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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: September 2, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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SUSPS 518-880

FPRTY-SIXTH YEAR. NUMBER 1


-THE STAR

Industry - Deep Water Port - Fine People - Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1982


Light Ball
E election year started off with,more of a ho-hum this year Reappx
heree in Gulf County, rather than a loud call to the faithful to the state
:' ;'Vote for mel ". Here in the last days of the campaign, things reapportio
i a'.i:ve heated up, especially int4he race for State Senator which ballot for t
,,,s drawn attention all along the coast of Florida in the new
. ':Tird Senatorial District. For the most part, the remainder Three c
-of the ballot is still ho-hum, with a light turn-out of candidates ballot this
S:'fbr the few local offices being offered which drew, for the Ted Whitfi
' >ost part, almost silent participation from the few who have escaped th
offeredd themselves for office. Board mei
Still, Gulf County's approximately 6,700 voters must go to opponents
. the polls inxt Tuesday and make a choice in three local Oscar Davi
.: offices, one Legislative office, three state and one Greer, hav
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:� l s aroopi leachlisjpreysident, BRetty Holloway, dent of Edi
si- signs salary agr nment reacliedie eeni the Board and the tive and-Wi
aces, nig Temple Wation, .School .
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.. .Gulf Countys- CiClassroobn.. funds before the cut-back was
Teachers andth'eQiuf County _'annon ed by Governor Bob
I .Sliol-Board had be6i-trying Grahai two weeks ago.
t -ever since ;the first, of laIst ..UP-DATE SCHOOL
".:iwekto get together and sign 'In another business item
, a-si-aryi greement�'s agreed taken care of in the short
S..to i;ieg6tiators of both sides special session,. the Board
: .in-bargaining sessions during decided tb'start a refurbishing
:- .i suni er " . . ' '
P Lt" Thrsday aternoon, Demos Plan
. teItwo sides; finally came
r in a special meeting
.e S Bord at the Saur -ay a y
: '.( tou, 'a d put their
S.thse d put their ' With election day only five
S .nturet6.. the agreement days off, voters of Gulf County
-will-,be in effect for a ' will have an opportunity to
. '-.a' nd. give Gulf' County hear a last-minute' public
ersa wage crease of an
, ;--.,-- ge nc s presentation- from Uthe .candi-
'i average 14 percent.
,7 '- " rn " dates as they speak in a public
t. ;'Btty Holloway, president of rally Saturday.
t' theClassroom Teachers and The rally will be held in the
S Wa3ylon Graham, chairman of park next to the' Florida
S thfi lf County School Board National Bank, beginning at
Saoffcialy signed. the agree- 4:00 p.m., EST. The rally will
Sj ,making it binding. The be .sponsored by the Gulf
S agreement had been unoffi-" County Democratic Executive
. yf c'ly-'reached by both sides Committee.
Sal a week before school All Democratic candidates
'.-ta- i i- year" are invited to speak.
SI - FUNDS CUT
er the agreement -was
s signed Superintendent of
SSichil,.: ,Walter Wilder, in-
:4fo l9 ,the Board they would
"ls some $55,950 in state
'.nm6ney this year, it was
l: aed~lst week. '"The Gov-
V ernr~' cit-back of two per-.
' ce t,on expenditures because
of come shortages will mean . '
S tht-we will lose this much
moneeyfrom our budget which
hasalready been drawn up",'
Ul-." aid.
r G. county had budgeted
so e;:$3,116,000 from state ,r

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O Days Aut Ov
. ;"Joe Paper Company Auto Ov
..I. suspend. operations
S:Fri ay, September 3, (to- Two young ladies were
,mor0bw), in observance of taken to Gulf Pines Hospital
L. qor Day. for observation and treatment
The mill will remain of injuries from a single car
down for approximately six accident Saturday night about
additional days for inven- two miles west of Port St. Joe
I to* adjustments. Mill of- on U.S. Highway 98.
lficials anticipate that According to the Florida
'r operations will resume on Highway Patrol report, Cyn-
SMonday, September 13. thia Sullivan and Roma Koon
Were both taken to the hospital


oe Pact Inl


program on the Port St. Joe
Elementary School. "This is
state money we can use
strictly for capital expendi-,
tures and I feel we need the
money spent on the Elemen-
tary School", Wilder said.
The up-date program for the


school will
physical acco
school such
fixtures, etc.
The money
the program
received by I
marked for t


ot Faces Voters Tuec


oruuilnment iin Floria cause U some o It I stil, wLIIt
Senator office placed on the ballot due to
nment. Otherwise, the office would not be on the
:wo more years.
OFFICES ON THE BALLOT
of a possible five county offices will be found on the
year. School Board members, Gene Raffield and
field, Jr., didn't draw opposition this year, so
e election process. Fred Greer, the third School
nber, whose term expired this year, has two
on the voting machine line-up in Grady Dean and
id Redd. All three, Dean, Redd and the incumbent
ve run positive campaigns, extolling their own
rather than attacking one another.


Both of the two County Commission seats up for election
this year see the incumbents facing opponents. Douglas C.
Birmingham, the iricumbent from District 2, has two,
Opponents. W. J. (Dude) Fortner and Kenneth Whitfield have
both gone after Birmingham's position. Fortner is a
new-comer and Whitfield. is better known as a long-time
School Board member of years past.
S The other local race pits County Commission incumbent
James Tankersley from District 4 with challenger Everett
"Skull" Owens as his challenger.
Owens was defeated by Tankersley for the same office
Four years ago.
That winds it up locally, except for two straw ballots on
the voting machines which will ask the opinion of the people
of Gulf County on two questions. Neither ballot is a decisive
mandate to the Commission but merely samples the opinion
of the' people. One question would have the people say
whether or not they approve of a recent Commission action to
adopt an ordinance known as the "Mora]TiFy Ordinance"
which regulates nude or semi-nude performances in public
Places. The other would ask if the people of the county would
favor placing the entire county on Central Time, rather than
being divided between- Central and Eastern time as it is at
present.
Another question which is not strictly local but which has

In Shooting of Wewa Ma.ti


become a heated dist
veteran state Senat
represent Gulf Count
the district trade Ba
Both men have been
trying to convince ev
be chosen.
Al
Supervisor of Eli
make it convenient fo
moves by Robinson
the summer. One of
Creek and is listed as
at Indian Pass Beach
these precincts were
to make it more con
vote.
Mrs. Robinson h
day Saturday from
wishing to cast an abs
be out of the county or
Mrs. Rqbinson's offi
All voting polls w
7:00 p.rh., local time
--SEE SAMPLE


-Star photo An investigation ruled Tuesday
S thatGulf County Deputy Sheriff, James
' Bagby was justified in shooting a
* ".I'-r,'earbold Wewahitchka man, Charles"
Melvin, in the chest and wrist in a
confrontation last Saturday night.
Th' investigation showed that
S Bagby was justified in re-acting to
the situation as he did, according to
k e d B Sheriff Ken 'Murphy. Murphy said, "I
had sent him home as a matter of
include all the routine after the shooting until we could
uterments ofthe find'out just what happened."
as furnishings, Deputy Bagby had been dispatched
to a Wewahitchka home at about 10:30
being used for Saturday night, after neighbors called
is state money


the county, ear-
his purpose.


DOT Opens Bids for

Resurfacing SR 22
Florida Department of Transportation officials opened
sealed bids Wednesday, August 25, for 6.4 miles of
resurfacing of SR 22 in Gulf County from Wetappo Creek to
just west of Wewahitchka.
The apparent low bidder is Florida Asphalt Company
from Panama City with a bid of $288,880.21.
The resurfacing work will include rebuilding shoulders
and installation of reflective pavement markers. The project
should be completed in 80 days.
The contract will be awarded within 45 days. The DOT
District office has 30 days to issue a work order after the
contract is executed.


injured last
r went out of


control and turned over on Highway 98 about
two miles west of Port St. Joe. -Star photo


erturns On 98


by Gulf County Volunteer
Ambulance and treated for
cuts and bruises after their
car overturned on Highway 98.
The report shows that the
vehicle was west bound on the
highway at about 11:30, when
it went off the road onto the
shoulder on the right, where
the driver lost control. The
vehicle travelled 120 feet and


overturned on the west side of
the highway, striking a palm
tree. The car overturned and
came to rest on its top, facing
south.
The accident was investi-
gated by the Florida Highway
Patrol office of Panama City
Miss Koon, the driver of the
car, was charged by FHP with
DWI and careless driving.


saying Melvin was threatening his wife
and mother with a knife.
Murphy said, according to reports,,
Melvin attacked Bagby as soon as he
arrived at the scene of the incident. The
report shows Bagby was trying to get
out of his patrol car when Melvin
slammed the door shut on his leg,
pinning him with the car door.
At this point, Murphy said Bagby
reports he saw Melvin reach into his
pocket, and thinking it was a weapon,
fired one shot from his pistol through
the open patrol car window. The shot
struck Melvin in the wrist and entered
his chest.


For Damages to Bay



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Si ce the first day of August it has was preparing to
been egal to operate mechanical water, with its
dragsin St. Joseph Bay to harvest drag.
scallo. Sportsmen in the Port St. Joe "I think their
area ve become incensed at the compromise. Th'
practe of taking scallops by drags always gets wha
and hve asked the County Commis- expense of the c
sion t request the State of Florida, by Glass offered.
a res lution, to place the bay off limits
to m hanical drags all year long.
e sportsmen have circulated
petit ns, lobbied for public support
and sked for the help of their local
and tate governments to curtail the
dra ing which "they" are doing in
the y. The sportsmen claim "they"
are ring up the bottom of the bay
wit "their" drags and ruining the
gra crop in the bottom of the bay
whi supports a multitude of marine
life
finally, this past week, it came to
ligh who "they" are that is doing all
this tearing up the bottom of the bay
wit "their" drags. It is a group of
co mercial scallop harvesters from
Pa ama City, who are using their
dra s behind power boats to scoop '
along the bay bottoms and harvest the
sc lops wholesale by mechanical
me ns. ,
This is ruining the scallop crop
an ruining bay bottoms for other
se ood species, Jerry Barnes and
Bo by Burkett of Port St. Joe have
ch rged. Burkett and Barnes are two
of e more out-spoken sportsmen who
ar trying to get the bay placed These two yo
of -limits to the drags. take their equipm
On the other hand, the commer- ae th of fisin
ci 1 scallopers claim they have been method of ish
m aligned needlessly. "The drags
d 't mess up the grass. They just percent of the
l t above the bottom and more or drag", Glass sai
I brush the bottom. It's the boat moves along in the
ppellers and the shrimp harvesters scallops just jet a
tear up the bottoms", scalloper escape".
Vgil Glass if Panama City told a DRAGGING
r reporter Tuesday morning, as he According to
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place his boat in the
mechanical scallop
e should be some
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it he wants (at the
commercial people)"
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ment into St. Joseph Bay '
is a matter of contention h


scallops when we
d. "As the scallop
e water, many of the
around the drag and
LEGAL NOW
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WHERE VOTERS WILL CAST BALLOTS IN
PRECINCT I-Wewahitchka - Wewahitchka City Hall PRECINCT 7-St. Jo
PRECINCT 2-Wewahitchka - White Building PRECINCT 8-Port
PRECINCT 3-Honeyville - Crutchfield Building. PRECINCT 9-Port
PRECINCT 3A - Howard Creek - Community Center PRECINCT 10-Port
PRECINCT 4-Overstreet - Fire Station PRECINCT II-Port
PRECINCT 5-Highland View - Fire Station PRECINCT IIA-Ind
PRECINCT 6-White City - Fire Station


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PRECINCTS
e Beach - Fire Station
St. Joe - Fire Station
St. Joe - Stac House
St Joe - Boy Scout Hut
St. Joe - Centennial Building
lian Pass - Indian Pass Seafood Co.


rict question is deciding whether or not i
.or Dempsey Barron will continue to
y and others in the Third District or will :*
irron for new-comer Donald R. Crisp.
very vocal for the past several weeks
eryone in the district they are the one to '
ABSENTEE BALLOTS . -
ections, Cora Sue Robinson is trying to .
ir everyone to cast a ballot. One of these
was to create two new precincts during ."
the new precincts is located in Howard . r
Precinct 3A. The second new precinct is
iand is identified as Precinct 11A. Both ' :
carved out of other precincts in an effort
lenient for the people in those areas to- '.
as said her office will be kept open all -
9:00 a.m., to 5:00 p.m., for persons
sentee ballot to do so. Those who plan to . .
n Tuesday have the opportunity to go by
ce and vote the absentee ballot.
ill be open Tuesday, from 7:00a.m., to -
e, as they are throughout the state.
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leared

A knife was later recovered from
Melvin's possession, according to the .
Sheriff's report. ;
Bagby was placed on suspension by -
Sheriff Murphy from the time of the : ,
incident Saturday night until he was "-
reinstated Tuesday. In the meantime,
Murphy and investigator Charlie Hill, . .
assisted by State's Attorney investiga-: j
tor, Wayne White, studied the incident. ."-
thoroughly.
In the meantime, Melvin is still a. -"
patient at Bay Memorial Medical ,.
Center, where he is listed as being in
stable condition.







opers


)rtsmen '

the Florida Marine Patrol, the '
drags are legal anywhere in St.
Joseph Bay now. The southern half of
the bay is closed to the drags from
June 1 until August 1, because of a
ocal bill which was passed a few
years ago at the request of the County
Commission.

























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Richter says there is no Florida
;w against the drags being used at
is time. Richter said there is no size
mit nor catch limit to harvesting
Scallops.
This means that everyone is on his
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THE STAR


THURSDAY, SEPT. 2. 1982


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DER's Report

The Department of Environ- such repo
mental Regulation for the state of Chipola I
Florida isn't one of our favorite from that
people. In the past, we have felt the We ha
department or some of its repre- e overly
sentatives haven't used what one be very
would call fair reasoning in arriving more poll
at some of their decisions and present. '
issuing some of their rulings. he Chif p
Now, we think DER is in the that it mi
right in a case and those who are they were
nipping at their heels are either Sapp Bat
mistaken or they have some ulterior after the
motives. for what tl
DER has been accused by Ed of a sma
Leuchs, director of the Apalachee along wit
Planning Council with releasing a suspected
statement that the Chipola River is Chipola R
not polluted to the point of being that rivel
dangerous, when the reverse is rue. feather ii
He made the charge before a public substantial
body in a public meeting and before Battery a
the media.eriene wt
In our experience with DER, When
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Dr. Livingston has made a
career out of preventing the devel-
opment or use of the Apalachicola
River even to the point where an
oysterman has to almost have an act
of Congress and a flush toilet in his
boat to oyster in the Bay.
We think that before this Chipola
River question lies down to rest that
Dr. Livingston will have it smelling
all the way to the Mississippi River
in still another attempt to attract
/., , attention. . . ..... ..


Paulas Patronage
Paula -


Our senator, Paula Hawkins has
done it again.
From explaining the plight of
poor folks over a prime steak dinner
to appointing an out-of-state attor-
ney to fill a Florida job.
Luckily, we didn't vote for
Senator Hawkins, but still, she is our
Senator and we shake our head from
side to side slowly, as we read where
even what patronage she can pass
out is now being reserved for the
people of Tennessee.
What Mrs. Hawkins is telling us
is one of two things: she doesn't take
too kindly to Florida lawyers or
either there are none in Florida she
thinks is smart enough to fill the
vacant job of North Florida's federal
prosecutor, for which she has
nominated- the Tennesseean.


It might be noted also that in the
Senator's portion of the state they
are trying to discourage so much
immigration to Florida, what with
our problems with water, pollution
and the like. Then, here goes the
Senator bringing another new resi-
dent to our state by way of her
appointment.
Eric Eggen, a Pensacola law-
yer, scored Hawkins' appointment
rather sourly when he stated: "I've
said before we have only one U.S.
senator in the Panhandle and now it
looks as if we have only one U.S.
senator in Florida."
It looks like Senator Hawkins is
going to have to spend the remain-
der of her six-year term in office
trying to figure out how to get a vote
out of Tennessee.


Graceful Gulls Gleatar photo
Graceful Gulls Glean for Goodies


Satch Conrad started fight-
ing late in life. By late, I mean
he was out of college and had
been working foi about a year.
He was old enough to know
better. 1
The first fight watch had was
an accident. He Was at a party
one night and misunderstood
something that &as said to his
girlfriend. Healso didn't know
who said it. The guy who made
the comment was his girl's
former boyfriend and was
telling her howglad he was
that she was lappy. Satch
thought he told her that she
looked "crappyl' With one
decisive from right-field
punch, Satch knocked him
cold. The boy he hit was a
former golden ,glove, light
heavyweight fighter who had
an early flight out of Pensa-
* cola the next morning to a new
job in Alaska. ht early
departure probably saved
Satch a broken no and a few
missing teeth. It dil, however,


set him up for a fate far
beyond his wildest expecta-
tions.
SSatch was an immediate
hero. He was the man that
knocked out "Knuckles" Jer-
nigan. That status bolstered
his ego to enormous heights
and there was no more "Mr.
Nice Guy" Conrad. He would
take on all comers and even
sometimes, it seemed, be the
provocator. His life became
very exciting, to say the least.
Where Satch was, there was
action- that is for the next
three fights, anyway.
Fate has a way of dealing
with those who become over
confident and cocky. One
night at a party on Pensacola
Beach, Satch had a confronta-
tion with a wirey, short young
man who was attending flight
school at the naval air station.
The fight lasted about five
minutes and when it was over
Satch was not himself-- 1-
terally!! His friends carried


him home and his mother
didn't recognize him.
This altercation did not
dampen his spirits. "You can't
win them all," he gamely told
his friends. "There'll be
another day; maybe not with
him, but there'll be other
fights to fight."
He could never have been
more accurate if he had a
crystal ball. Satch had many
. fights after that and he lost
them all. By his own admis-
sion, he had a "run of bad
luck." That, however, was a
vast understatement! He lost
so many fights that his facial
features began to change. His
nose was off-set, his ears
began to look like giant, dried
prunes. His teeth, once even
and white, were chipped and
sandy looking. Satch was in a
"heap-o-trouble." The train he
boarded would not stop. The
tide had turned and he could
no longer avoid fights, how-
ever hard he tried.


All things are possible to
those who really try. His last
fight gave Satch that push he
needed to change his wayb and
walk the "strait and narrow."
As Satch was driving down
the street- one night with a
couple of friends, a motor-
cycle rider pulled up beside
him and told him to pull over.
Satch, being somewhat curi-
ous, pulled into a restaurant
parking lot and got out. The
motorcycle rider proceeded to
beat the pure, living turkey
out of poor Satch. With Satch
bleeding and bruised, lying on
the ground, the rider mounted
his cycle and rode off into the
blurry night. Not one word
was said before the fight
began, or for that matter,
after it was over. It was a
mystery Satch could not begin
to solve.
He wondered aloud to his
companions as to why the
fight had happened. The
friend riding in the back seat
gave him the explanation he
'needed. "Some people just
can't take a joke," helexplain-
ed. "That guy got mad just
because I threw a beer bottle
at him back at that last red
light."
That was Satch Conrad's
last fight. He is now a.
motivation expert for a sales
conglomerate.


6 Inches

of Rain

In August
Do you feel as if you are
water-logged after the
rains of last week? Does It
seem to as if it rained the
whole month long and
never did quit?
You're wrong. August
was a comparatively dry
month for Gulf County.
According.:' to records
kept by Emily Simmons
over the past several
years, last month saw a
comparatively light rain-
fall for this August, with
only six inches of precipita-
tion recorded.
In August of last year,
Gulf recorded 11% inches
and back in August of 1970,
we swam out of a deluge of
20 inches of rain for the
month.

AMBULANCE
SERVICE
Call
227-1115


All of A Sudden, It's Football Sea on Again and We're Not
LAST WEEK WE WERE concern- There is -Florida State University, the proper manner, so far s I am THERE IS NO TELLING whether somewhat of a tiger, hasn't
ed with baseball. This week, here we who is scheduled to begin its season concerned. Coach Bobby Bo den has or not the professional teams are going Let a public officer
are in the middle of the beginning of the next Saturday with the University of taken to using newspaper a in the to even take to the field this year. opposition and all of a
football season. It isn't officially fall Cincinnati and Florida State is running classified section of some of e larger The teams are practicing, while becomes necessary to do..
until about the middle of this month, newspaper articles in an attempt to dailies, in an attempt to fill s gap in they grumble' incessantly, keep everything quiet am
and it certainly hasn't felt like fall running.
around here for the past several days.I
A .. m*ntt r .f fn t i, t hn hn hn.n. hI . After so many years of
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As a llmall r Uo lac, i11 IAX iI IIeen o Iere;
at the beginning of fall in Gulf County.
-Hot, like 95 degrees!
Ready or not, the football season is
upon us. This week, some of the college
lames kick off their season, while here
nf the heart of the tupelo honey crop,
Guf County, the fall jamborees will be
played tonight and the first game of the
season will get underway next Friday
light at 8:00 p.m.
: For some people, the calendar runs
lot from spring, to summer, to summer
fall. It runs from the beginning to the
riid of football season. All the rest of the
ime is on the calendar merely to fill up
he space between the beginning and
pid of football season.
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rady for the beginning of the season,
either.


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turn up a noseguard.
ii their specifications call for a
clone of Ron Simmons, who plugged
that hole very nicely for the Seminoles
for a few years, they had just as well
call the hunt off. In all likelihood, it will
be a year or two before they luck upon
another Ron Simmons.
I aumire the Seminoles' spunk.
They are going after their noseguard in


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his line.If he's going to find hi self a
noseguard, the newspaper advertising
should do the trick.
Like the Braves, the Semin les are
the closest team to us which could show
a little class and tell the world about
this part of Florida. If they don' do the
job of holding up the Panhandle before
the people of the nation, it wo 't get
done.
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One day the professionals say they
are going to play and the next, they are
taking a vote and vowing to strike
before the first football can be kicked in
serious competition.
They can grumble all they want to,
I'm going to stick with baseball until
after the world series and then turn to
football.
OUR COMPTROLLER has become


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they came to consider it as pa
job. Suddenly, it is an affaii
of bringing out in an election tin
one rides on a state airplane.
ture Commissioner Doyle :C
even in trouble with the Corn
for allowing his children to rid
airplane with him when he w
visit for the state.
We don't believe the comm
is a saint about other people's n
the perquisites he has come ti
from state government, but I'l
1981 fishing license the Comm
didn't give a second thought a
impropriety of taking his son al
speaking trip and not paying
I can see the thinking no
plane is going anyhow and ii
doesn't go along, that seat will
empty.


Readyfor It
e? Mr. Lewis received some opposi-
et some tion. this year, so all of a sudden,
hidden it everyone in state government is riding
ore than illegally and for free. Since this has
smooth probably been happening almost every
day in the past, why must it suddenly
doing it, become a capital crime to ride in a
rt of the state airplane?
r worthy Some good men have resigned over
me when this matter of improper utilization of
Agricul- airplanes; when it really shouldn't have
inner is gotten as far as it did. If it.was:wrong
iptroller; last week for an official to. ride -an
le in the airplane, it was wrong last year and the
vas on a year before and the year before that,
when the same official took the same
issioner trip in the same plane; and not a word
honey or wassaid.
o expect Mind you, I don't condone using
i bet my state airplanes or state automobiles or
issioner state skateboards for ferrying relatives
bout the and friends all over the state and lialf of
long on a the nation. We have public transporta-
his way. tion facilities for that. I dislike even
ow: The more, a public official suddenly becom-
f Junior ing indignant right at election time
Just be about something he should have blown
the whistle on long ago if it is wrong.


Tides

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


is feet above or below the
mean water line. :
High Hi. Low Ht.
Sept. 2 1133 1.7 2142 .5
Sept. 3 1228 1.6 2200 .6
Sept. 4 1317 1.5 2206 .7
Sept.5 1423 1.3 2134 .9
Sept. 306 1.1. 28 .8-
1557 1.2 208 1.0
Sept. 7 300 1.3 'i116 .T
Sept.8 325 1.5 1315 .5
Sept. 9 409 1.7 1448 .3

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Middle Age
Today marks a milestone.
Today, you are receiving
the first issue of the 46th
volume of The Star. Today, The
Star is another year older. The
paper is now a bona-fide
middle-age and still going
strong.
The event slipped by with-
out anyone bothering to bake a
cake for the paper, but those of
us here who work at putting it
out each and every week noted
just a slight tremor of satisfac-
tion in the old lady as she went
to bed for the first time in her
newest year of service -
number 46.


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body.
ave always found them to
protective and suspect
lutants than are actually
We can't see them giving
la River a clean bill of
here is any suspicion at all
ght be polluted. After all,
a the ones who jumped on
tery of Malone and went
big fine against that firm
hey termed to be pollution
ill creek. Sapp Battery,
h other firms, are the
cluprits in the so-called
iver pollution and finding
r polluted would be a
n the cap of DER to
te their case against Sapp
nd others.
Dr. Skip Livingston enter-
hipola River picture, we
understand why the
sy was being stirred up
report from DER and the
Health that Chipola River
causing an exceptional
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OBITUARIES:


Ansel L. Hargraves Dies
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Following
S Ansel L. Hargraves of St.
. ..Joe Beach died Saturday
morning at Gulf Pines Hospi-
tal in Port St. Joe after an
extended illness. Mr. Har-
graves was a retired chemical
engineer and was a former
vice president of St. Joe Paper
Company. He was a veteran of
-the Army Air Corps and a
member of the Masons.
He is survived by: his wife,
Charline Hargraves of St. Joe
Beach; one son, Charles E.
Hargraves of St. Joe Beach;
his mother, Lily Mae Har-
..graves of Jacksonville; two
.brothers, John F. Hargraves,
..Jr. of St. Marys, Ga., and W.
T.'Hargraves of Atlanta; and
one sister, Mrs. Carlin Gibson
of Jacksonville.
-. Services were held at 10
. a.m. EDT Monday at the First
United Methodist Church with
Rev. Jimmie Spikes and Rev.
SWilliam Smith officiating. A
graveside committal service
was held in Evergreen Ceme-
.* tery on Tuesday at 10 a.m.
*-"EDT at the family plot in
- "r : ,. .
_;Services
For Frank
McKever, 66


Lengthy Illness
Jacksonville. under the direction of Gilmore
-All arrangements were Funeral Home.


Funeral Services Held Friday
for Council J. Goodwin, 86


Council J. Goodwin, 86,
passed away Wednesday, Au-
gust 25, at his daughter's
home in Oak Grove. He had
lived in Gulf County for over
75 years.
He is survived by: his wife,


Idell Goodwin of Wewa-
hitchka; one daughter, Jo Ann
Marshall of Oak Grove; and
six grandchildren.
Services were held Friday,
Aug. 27 at Gilmore Funeral
Home with Reverend Jean


RAFFIELD'S---Frdnt row, left to right: Bat boy, Parrish, Manager, Don Ashcraft, Jim Dodson, Ken Haddock,
Shannon Parrish, Warren Yeager, Danny Miller, Mike Mike Todd and Jerry Guilford. Not shown in the photo are
White Br an Baxley and Jerry Gaskin Back row photo


Mr. Frank McKever, 66, of
Wewahitchka passed away Raffield's In Kansas
Friday, Aug. 20, in a Panama
City hospital.
Survivors include: his
mother, Fannie Hill of Wewa-
hitchka; his wife, Rose Green
of Clearwater; one sister,
Elnore� Turner of Wewahitch-
ka; seven brothers, Elie hit- Raffield Seafood industrial league softball team left this
of Panama City, Willie Hill of morning at 6:50 a.m., on Republic Airlines for Kansas City,
Jacksonville, Johnny Hill of Kansas, where they will enter the national softball
Panama City, Robert Hill of tournament. The team is expected to arrive in Kansas City at
St. Mary, Ga., Alto Hill of 12:45 and will be participating in their ninth consecutive
Wewahitchka, Thomas Hill of national tournament.
Panama City, and Charlie Hill The Raffield team is the defending national slow pitch
of Wewahitchka. champions, winning last year in Mobile, Alabama with six
.Funeral services were held straight wins in the double elimination contest.
Saturday at 2o00 p.m. CT at he Gulf County squad will take to the field for the first
' ' aNew Hope Baptist Church, time on Friday night at 10:00 p.m. They will continue play on
S:,onduted by the Rev. Mi- Saturday and the finals on Sunday. Being national champions
chael-Petterson. Interment places the local team in several games by virtue of their
Followed t the family plot at position and also eliminates the need for playing in some
, Williamsburg Cemetery. positions.
ll" services were under the .According to team manager, Wayne Parrish, the group
: Action of Comforter Fu- is improved this year, having played through the summer in
neral Home, Port St. Joe. ,--a.,aeague.with stiffer competition than they did last year. "We

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haven't been able to get into some of the lower classed
tournaments this year", Parrish said.
Thus far on the season, the Raffield team has won 36
games and lost 20. They have won five tournaments and
placed in three others. The team has entered 14 tournaments
during the past summer.
While the team has an impressive offensive record going
into the national event, that record will meet some extremely
tough competition when they get to Kansas City. All summer,
the team has been playing softball. In Kansas City, they will
be playing "hard ball".
Jimmy Guilford leads the team in home runs. Of the 367
team home runs for this season, he has 56, with a batting
average of .683. Don Ashcraft is second with 44 homers, Bill
Dodson with 32, Kenny Haddock, 27, Shaw Maddox, 35,
Daniel Miller, 38 and Jerry Gaskin, 31. The team as a whole is
batting a cool .573.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1982


PAGE THREE


Shoots officiating. Fellowship At Primitive Baptist
Burial followed in the family
plot of Cypress Creek Ceme- Philadelphia Primitive Bap- guest speaker will be the Rev.
tery, Kinard. tist Church will render a Willie E. Jones of Port St. Joe.
All arrangements were by fellowship service on Sunday Everyone is invited to come
Gilmore Funeral Home. morning at 11:00 a.m. The and participate in this service.






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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. SEPT. 2. 1982


"Morning Star" Leading Retreat


for Youth at Long Avenue Baptist


The christian performing
group, "Morning Star", of
.Panama City, will be leading a
'veek end retreat for youth,
grades 7 through 12, at Long
Avenue Baptist Church this
Jveek end, Sept. 4-5. The
group, which has performed in
area churches several times
In past years, will lead in
i.mall and large group Bible

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studies and discussion groups
as well as give several mini-
concerts. Sunday evening, the
group will be featured in the
church's evening worship ser-
vice and will give a full
concert to which everyone is
invited. There will be no
charge for the concert. A love
offering for the group will be
taken.
The retreat will begin Sat-


urday morning at 10 a.m., in
the church's fellowship hall
with get acquainted activities
and group Bible study. Lunch
will be provided free of charge
to all participating. After
lunch, the group will present a
short mini-concert followed by
a Bible study period and group
recreation until 4:00 p.m.
Sunday afternoon, at 4:00


p.m., the group will lead in a
service of affirmation and
present a concert at 7:00 p.m:


All youth of the community
are invited and encouraged to
attend all or part of this week
end retreat. The retreat .is
under the direction of Mark
Donnell, Minister of Music
and Youth at Long Avenue
Baptist Church.


Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A-


Thon Chairmen Named


Mrs. Jan Richardson, chair-
man for the 1982 Cystic
Fibrosis Bike-A-Thon, has
named her local committee
for this year's Bike-A-Thon in
Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Kathy McDaniel and
Mrs. Sue Monteiro will be
heading the Recruitment
Committee, and Mrs. Judy
Griffin will be Publicity Chair-
man.
Bike-A-Thons are conducted
by the Cystic Fibrosis Founda-
tion on behalf of hundreds of
children in Florida who suf-
fer from the hereditary di-
sease cystic fibrosis.
Cystic fibrosis, as yet uncur-
able, is a respiratory and
digestive disease which is
inherited when both parents
carry the recessive gene for
CF. One of every twenty
persons in the United States is
a CF carrier, usually without


knowing it. Medical treatment
has helped some CF patients
live into their teen years and
beyond, into young adulthood.
All children with cystic fibro-
sis are eligible for treatment
at any of the six CF Centers in
Florida affiliated with the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
These centers are located in
Gainesville at Shands Teach-
ing Hospital; Jacksonville at


Baptist Memorial Hospital;
Miami at the University of,
Miami School of. Medicine;:
Orlando at Orange Regional
Medical Center; St. Peters-
burg at All Children's Hospi-
tal; Pensacola at Sacred,
Heart Hospital. For more
information about CF pro-
grams in Florida call the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation at
1-800-282-8122.


By Dr. Robert J. Black


Gardening In Fla.


Many herbaceous and
woody plants can be used as
ground covers to save energy
and reduce maintenance. Hor-
ticulturists are not always in
complete agreement as to the
exact definition of a ground
cover. As used here, the term
"ground cover": refers to any
low growing plant which can
be used to cover areas where
turf is not desired or will not
grow. Ground covers can help
reduce energy use in the
landscape by substituting for
energy intensive grasses and
by providing a cooler micro-
climate.
Much time and energy is
spent maintaining top quality
turf areas, which must be
frequently mowed, fertilized,
watered, and sprayed. Turf-
grasses are difficult antoW'-
dangerous to mow on slopes,
near traffic, and in out of the
way corners, and grow poorly
in dense shade and in ex-
tremely wet or dry areas.
Many ground covers are more
adaptable to these problem
areas than turf. However, use
of outdoor living space should
be considered before re-
placing turfgrasses with
ground covers. Turfgrass is
still the best choice for recrea-
tional areas or areas with
heavy foot traffic.
In addition to saving time
and energy, ground covers
can provide' a more beautiful
and comfortable environment.
Ground covers create interest-
ing contrasts in texture and
color and are often the unify-
ing element in a total planting.
Ground covers can moderate
the climate around buildings
by absorbing and dissipating
heat rather than reradiating it
to people or buildings. Paved


surfaces store and radiate
heat even after sundown,
keeping the area warmer for a
longer period of time and
making hot periods hotter.
'Under sunny conditions, re-
searchers have shown tem-
peratures to be 15-25 degrees
cooler immediately over
planted areas than over as-
phalt or, concrete. There is
also evidence that taller
ground covers can provide
even ,more cooling than
mowed grass.
If the proper ground cover is
selected for a site, very little ,
maintenance will be required.
Plants native to woodlands
will out perform grass in
heavily shaded areas. There
are also appropriate ground
covers which will tolerate a
wider.-variety of soil condi-
tions'than most turfgrasses. A
ground cover such as lippia
(Lippia (Phyla) nodiflora)
tolerates wet sois much bet-.
,ter than most turfgrasses.
Watering can alsb be reduced
by using a drou ht resistant
groundcover, such as juniper.,
It may take up to two years
to establish a round cover
area,, and during this period
weeding, watering, fertilizing,
andmulching wil probably be
required. 'Once established
most ground covers require
only an occassi al weeding
and trimming maintain
them in bounds.
Ground covers ed correct-
ly can reduce maintenance
cost, save energy, nd provide
a more pleasant environment.
Ground covers a]o enhance
the beauty and u efulness of
the landscape.,


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Congratulations to the following students who have been
elected officers of the 1982-83 Alpha Omega Speech Club at
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School. Pictured from left to right


are: President Patrick Howard. Vice President Billy
Williams. Secretary Rosa Lee Clark and Treasurer Jed
Campbell. -Star photo
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Garden ClubGets rge J. an Pedro, D.
- f - -I Jorge J. San Pedro, M.D.


Underway l'hurs.


The Port St. Joe Garden
Club will open the 1982-83 year
on Thursday, Sept. 9th at 12:30
p.m with a covered dish
luncheon. Plans for the Dis-
trict II Fall conference of the
17 Panhandle clubs, to be
hosted by the Port St. Joe club
on Thursday, October 21 at the
St. Joseph Bay Country Club,
will be completed.
Prior to the luncheon, at
11:30 a.m., the Board of
Directors: Mrs. Ethel Brid-
ges, Mrs. George Cooper, Mrs.
H. W. Griffin, Mrs. Wesley
Ramsey, Mrs. M. P. Huie, and
Mrs. Stiles Brown; will meet
to plan for the progress of the
Club.
Hostesses for this Thurs-

Reception to

HonorAtkins'
The children of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Wesley Atkins,
Sr. cordially invite all their
friends and relatives to help
.them celebrate the 25th Wed-
'ding Anniversary of their
parents marriage. A reception
will be held on Sunday,
September 5, at the First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
Fellowship Hall, located at
2001 Garrison Avenue. You
may go by and express your
best wishes between the hours
of 3:00 and 5:00 P.M.










It's Twins

Michael and Barbara How-
ard of Green Cove Springs,
are proud to announce, the
birth of twin sons, Joseph
Benjamin weighing 5 lbs. 15
ozs., 19 inches long; and
Bryant Edward, weighing 6
lbs. 10 ozs., 181' inches long.
They were born at Jackson-
ville Naval Air Station Hos-
pital at 6:52 and 7:01 A.M.,
August 23.:
Maternal grandparents are
Irene Cunningham and the;
late Edward Cunningham of
Mobile, Ala. Paternal grand-
parents are Joe and Margie
Howard of St. Joe. Beach.
Great grandmother is Mar-
garet Allen of Apalachicola.


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Jackson, Mrs. Harry Halli-
nan, Mrs. I. Wexler, and Mrs.
Norman Sulzer.
Members are encouraged to
attend this important meet-
ing.

Sea Oats &
Dunes Market
The Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club will have a flea
market on Saturday, Septem-
ber 4. from 8 a.m. Central
Time to 1 p.m., in front of the
Fiesta Plaza, Highway 98 and
10th Street, Mexico Beach.
Paperbacks and other
books, magazines, plants, and
baked goods will be on hand.
There will also be a White
Elephant sale.


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At Meeting In Blountstown


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1982


PAGE FIVE


River Problem To be Aired Saturday AARP Meeting Growing
The Saturday, September Joseph Bay Chapter of the ing will enjoy a "Salute to EST, in the Port St. Joe High,
special public hearing of the documentation of the pollution, as long-range solutions to these problems? Ilth meeting of the Saint A.A.R.P. is rapidly becoming America". The program will School. The public is cordially
. . - .,,UVtl ,,, d th ..various state and The meeting will he chaired by a regional meeting. There will begin with lunch at 12:30 p.m., invited to attend.


Apaiacicola rtver Committee of he
Apalachee Regional Planning Council
will be held Wednesday, September 8,
at6:OOPM, Central Time, in the second
floor Courtroom of the Calhoun County
Courthouse, Blountstown. The purpose
of the meeting is to provide a public
forum for discussion of the reported
Chipola River pollution problems.


reporteC
federal
and F<
will be
relating
Speci
the Fl(
mental
Federa


Dr. Robert Livingston, a Florida limited
State University biology professor who safe to
is a nationally recognized authority on drink?
the Apalachicola River system and a taken t
representative of both the Florida mental
. Defenders of the Environment and the Battery
Florida Public Interest Research quality
Group, will present new data relating to there a
the spread of pollution along the did the
Chipola River. The new information is about?


Rotary Hears


About Sharks
SPort St. Joe's "Sharks" will approach to running
.be a completely new exper- sive game.
Since for Shark fans this year, Maddox, an ass
. according to head coach, year, has taken ove
;.:b's w:.Mddox, in a talk before niefttr job fi"oii
't ry W Club last Thurs- Wayne Taylor, w
day. last year after 17 y
The Sharks will be fielding helm. Maddox h
practically a new football Kizziah, an assist
team, a new head coach, a wahitchka last ye
new assistant coach and a new assistant.







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agencies. A number of State
federal agency representatives
Present to answer questions
g to areas of concern.
fic questions to be addressed by
)rida Department of Environ-
Regulation and other State and
I agencies include, but are not
to, the following: Are the fish
eat? Is the water unsafe to
What steps have State agencies
o enforce the State's Environ-
laws for the Odom & Sapp
y operations? What is the water
data for the rivers and bay? Is
ny danger to the oysters? How
ese pollution problems come
.What are the short and


General Robert L Howell, Chairman of
the Apalachicola River Committee and
Clerk of Circuit Court in Franklin
County. Other members of the Commit-
tee include: Vice Chairman Jack
Summers of Liberty County; Bobby
Varnum of Calhoun County; Doug
Birmingham of Gulf County; Alva
Mercer of Jackson County: and Forrest
Davis of Gadsden County.
The meeting is to be held in
conjunction with the Altha Concerned
Citizens group, which has met on two
previous occasions regarding the water
quality question. Lt. Col. E. L. Elofson
is Chairman. The public is encouraged
to attend as agency representatives will
also respond to questions asked by the
audience.


Scallops-

own to do pretty much as he pleases in
harvesting the mollusks.


g the offen- The only requirement,
to Richter, is that those div
distant last scallops must adhere to cer
er the head Divers must have a divin
i'. veteran while they are underwater
ho retired Just any sort of a fla
ears at the suffice. The flag must be
as Dennis which is spelled out in a
ant at We-
aer, as his
Maddox told the Rotarians
the program has a good
number of young athletes in
action this year, but that
many are inexperienced and
most are young. "We have
nine seniors involved, with the
rest of the 41-man program
made up of juniors, sopho-
mores and freshmen".
Of the 41 man squad, 14 have
been sent down to junior
S varsity, two are hurt and 27
- are still on the squad.


The new head coach says
the Sharks' main attribute is
speed, quickness and a wil-
lingness to work. He said the
team this year would utilize
that speed in its offense, using
a split backfield. "With our
pluses, we should get better as
we go along", Maddox said.
One of the brighter spots of
the team this year is that only
three starters will be lost to
graduation when the season is
over. The team is starting its
first game with only two of
last year's regular starters.
Maddox said his first goal
was to win solid civic involve-
ment in the program. "We
want this to be a social
activity as well as an athletic
activity". Maddox asked for
local support in each and
every game and encouraged
the purchase of season tickets.
"How many will we win?"
Maddox asked for the au-
dience. "I don't know, but I do
know we will be exciting and




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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
former Rebecca 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.


according
ing for the
tain rules.
g flag out
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g will not
regulation
pamphlet


New Girl

Scout Troop
Due to the fantastic growth
of Girl Scouts in this area, a
new Junior Girl Scout Troop is
being organized. The number
of girls in the troop will be
limited, so call early. Mrs. Jan
Richardson and Mrs. Sue
Monteiro will be the leaders.
The troop welcomes all
girls, old Scouts, new Scouts
and those who haven't been in
scouting, if they are 'in the
fourth, fifth or sixth grades.
For more information call
229-8164 or 229-6987.


be delegations from Chapters
in Pensacola, Tallahassee, De
Funiak Springs, Blountstown,
Marianna, Fort Walton
Beach, and Panama City in
attendance. Special guests
will include Florida State
Director Robert Rousch, and
the National Vice President
for the southern states, Ann J.
Grove. All of these people are
coming to help celebrate the
granting of the local charter
from the national organi-
zation.
In addition, persons attend-


"No one has
atheist."


ever died an
Plato


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which comes with all diving appara-
tus. Boats are prohibited from ap-
proaching closer than 100 yards to a
flag in the bay and 300 yards to a flag
in the Gulf.
In the meantime, the sportsmen
are continuing their petition drive and
hope to gain more points in a public
hearing held for the purpose of
hearing their complaint against the
drags on September 28.


The commercial people are just
getting into the verbal act, making
claims they are not harming the
scallopopulation. One Panama City
commercial person offered the coun-
ter claim that sportsmen harm the
crop more than .the commercial
people do. Another commercial oper-
ator made the promise they would be
at the hearing on September 28 also
and offer their side of the story.


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At your local NAPA Auto Parts Store, we
have oil, air and fuel filters that'll get your
car ready for winter.
Whether you drive a Chevy, Ford, Chrys-
ler, import car or truck, chances are we
have the exact filter for your vehicle in
stock. And at 50% off!
NAPA filters are recognized for their pre-
mium quality and performance. So bring
your Fall tune-up needs to NAPA.


'Sur-Way Electric

411 Reid Avenue


Commercial, Residential

Remodeling and

Service Work

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SWanted to Rent: 2 bdrm.
.house in Port St. Joe or St. Joe
'Beach. Call Eddie Rich,
.229-6616. ltc9-2
Wanted: Donations of con-
*crete block, 2x4's, boards,
.nails for Band Boosters' Pop-
corn Booth at football
*-tadium. Call Perry at
229-8900 or Joyce at 227-1199.
SWill buy lamps, dishes, pic-
.tures, old crochet pieces. Call
:229-6254. 4tp 7-8
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-: Double-wide trailer, with 2
'porches and utility shed. On
=over 1 acre of land, Mexico
'Beach. Call 648-5217. 2tc 8-26
.C.


75x715' lot on Marvin Ave.
hone 648-8972. tfc 7-15
SIn Bristol: Well insulated 2
bedroomm house on 6.5 acres,,
:.eep well, Ig. shed, with elec.'
25,,500.904/643-2543. . 3tc8-19


:-* $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, Kentucky looking
:for qualified part-time and full
Time distributors in county
'area. Investment covered by
,inventory. Call 1-800-354-9594.
S3tc 8-26


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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.





3 bdrm., 2 ba. beach cottage,
furnished air, carpet, nice
quiet neighborhood, $350 per
month, security deposit, 1st
and last. Phone 229-8045 after
6:00 p.m. 3tp9-2


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
Fully furnished one
bedroom cottage, glassed in
porch, available now. Come
see at 207 Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach or phone 648-8918.

For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N


20,000 btu natural gas
cylinder heater, space saver,
$35. Phone 229-6207. 2tp 9-2

5' wide x 7' long, boxed-in
trailer for sale, will take $250
or best offer. Chain saw, $75 or
best offer; 20" boys bike $20 or
best offer. 648-5353. ltc 9-2

Wheelchair, $100. See at 212
12th St. or call 229-8131. Itp 9-2

FREE: Limited number of
1982 Braves Schedules, Gulf
Cable TV, 503 Third Street.

Female German Shepherd
puppies, $10 ea. St. Joe Beach.
648-8559. ltc9-2

Ford 351 "w" engine and C-6
auto. trans. $300.2 (12L-151 XT
Commando tires, $25 ea.
229-6634 after 4:00. 2tp 9-2

Electric piano/organ for
sale. Casio model 202 with
padded carry case, bolume
pedal, sustain pedal, stand,
bench. Plays 49 different in-
strurment sounds including
guitar, 'bass, violin, banjo,
flute, etc. Sells for $900, will
take $375. Call Rick 229-6098 or
229-8222.

Sailboat for sale, 14' Alcort
Sunfish with new sail. Un-
sinkable design makes ex-
cellent beginners boat. Sells
new for $1330. Will take $375.
Call Rick 229-6098 or 229-8222.
28,000 btu Sears air cond. In-
terested parties call 229-6580.
2tc 8-26


Vac , te -porale steam 1975 22' center console Apollo
carpet cleaning system. Sports Fisherman boat; 1977
Available at Western Auto, 115 h.p. Mercury. outboard
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave. ' 115 h M. o
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave. motor with power trim; 1977
o nd fr w c Tandem axle trailer. Call
No need for wet carpets. 229-6787.
Dry clean them with HOST.
D"ry -mifight "waRent ..- Mqbile Home. 12x55' in good
,"* , p'1 i o'n ,,'Pj,'T'rrat '_conditibonfpartily furnished; -
i:w. . . $3,000 firm. Call 229-8708 or
2" _ 27-1327. tfc 8-12


SKI BREEZE
Camping, campers for rent,'
day, week or month. On the
Gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Res. 229-6105.
Rooms for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. ' tfc7-1


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MOVING SALE: Color TV,
love seat, end tables, dishes,
misc. items. 105 Gulf St., St.
Joe Beach. Sept. 3-4, 8 a.m. to
4p.m. ltp9-2

MOVING SALE: Clothing.
toys, swing set and much
more. 1907 Long Ave. Sat.,
Sept. 4, 9-2. It 9-2

GARAGE SALE: Sat., Sept.
4. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 2014 Monu-
ment Ave. Lots of goodies.
PORCH SALE: 209 3rd St.,
Mexico Beach, 8 a.m. till.
Dolls, jewelry, household
items, Avon collectibles,
plants, 25' and up. Lots of
misc. items.


BIG RUMMAGE SALE:
Adults, children's and baby
clothes, beginning at 9:00.
Beside Kirkland's Mercantile,
White City, Sept. 3rd and 4th.
Friday and Saturday.
YARD SALE: Saturday,
Sept. 4, Charles Ave., second
house on right, White City.
Large variety of ladies
clothes, Ig. size men's pants,
furniture, children's clothes.
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

CARPORT SALE: 113
Monica Drive, Ward Ridge,
Sat., Sept. 4th, 9 till 1. Men's
and ladies' clothing, baby's
christening gown (pd. $50
new), never used, odds and
ends. Itp 9-2

YARD SALE: Sat., Sept. 4,
307 Woodward Ave., 3
families, 8 a.m. till 4 p.m.



CARPORT SALE: Sat.,
Sept. 4, 9 till 4. 405 16th St.,
rain or shine, several
families. Bunk bed, nik-
naks, hats, clothing, even]


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For Rent: Mobile home and parts. Call 648-5466. tc 9-2
trailer space for rent, __
beautiful lot, St. Joe Beach. 1970 Volkswagen, auto.
Also mobile home in Panama trans., $800. Call 227-1403 or
City, private lot. Call 648-8559. 227-1281. 4te 8-12
tfc 8-26


ERA PARKER REALTY
Highway 98 & 31st Street
Mexico Beach, Florida
648-5777 or -800-874073 OTSID
648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073 FLORIDA,


* RENTAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT * MINI STORAGE WAREHOUSES


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'ST. JOE BEACH. Comfortable 12'x65'
mobile home on 75'x168' lot. 2 bdrm , 1 ba .
siove, refrig , d w., utility house, carpel &
fruit trees. Corner lot on paved streets. San-
ta Anna.


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MEXICO BEACH. Double wide mobile home
on 2 lots (150'x112'.2'). almost new (1 yr.
old), 3 bdrm., 2 ba., w carpet, d.w.. frosi-free
refrig, stove & cen h&alc. Core r6th & Fla.


* BEACHSIDE LOTS
* WETAPPO CREEK LOTS
* COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate
After hours 648-5301


MEXICO BEACH. 1981 double wide mobile
home, brick foundation with enough bricks
to complete ex. room 3 bdrm., 2 ba., some
furnishings 7th St


OVERSTREET. Secluded brick 3 odrm.
home on .85 acres impeccably kept. Screen.
ed porch, dbl garage, lenced yard winn
garden area. Appliances stay. pantry lor
storage.

* GULF FRONT LOTS
* TAX-SHELTER RENTALS
* CANAL LOTS

Orena Miller, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate
Britt Pickett, Associate


Branch Office - 229-8493


The Town of Mexico Beach
is accepting applications from
qualified individuals for the
position of part-time Building
Inspector. Contact Coun-
cilman Robert L. Timmons or
Town Hall - 904/648-5700. Ap-
plications will be accepted un-
til 4:30 P.M., September 10,
1982. 2tc 9-2
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. .tfc8-12
Carpenter's helper, experienc-
ed, $4.00 per hour. Call
229-8320 after 4 p.m.



SERV~BBBBi�B��BICES^^^^^�^^B


Carpet and vinyl installa-
tion, no job too big or small. I
power stretch all my jobs.,
Reasonable rates. Call Ron
Ross at 229-6769. ' tc9-2
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
tfc 7-3:

Psychological Services for-
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Pori St. Joe.
227-1145.(24 hours)
CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-4


CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings - Portraits
Phone 229-8922
tfc 4-1


'" '' Ibile Home Repair. Any
type repair. I also relevel, cool
seal and put in pole and power,
sewer, water. Reasonable
rates. Call Ron Ross at
229-6769. ltc 9-2


Copies

Copies

Now at

The Star
306 Williams Ave.
from
Our New
"VQC"

Copier


New Listing: 520 Third St. Excellent
location. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. , chain link


fence, v
maculatq
Terms cc

3 bdrm.,


ork shop/stor. house, im-
inside and outside. $20,500.
n be arrangedwith owner..

1 ba. masonry home with


carport o Ig. lot in good neighbor-
hood. C hain link fence around
backyard $33,500.00.

Lg. 4 bdrr., 3 ba. brick home in excel.
neighbor ood, cen. air & heat,
fireplace nd many extra features. By
appt. onl

Lg. frame Iwelling with lots of porch
on 85'x13' lot, 1 2, blk. from beach.
St. Joe B ach. Also 1 bdrm. cottage
on proper y. Sold as is furnished.
$41,900.00


3 bdrm.,
location. 9

3 bdrm., 1
Duval St.,


ba., Ig. family rm., good
)6,900.00.

ba. frame dwelling at 110
)ak Grove. Only $8,000.


CANNON


INSU DANCE AGENCY
221 Reid Avenu Port St. Joe, Florida
227-1133
FRA K HANNON, Broker.
ROY SMITH, ssoc. JOHN CLENNEY, Assoc.


HANDYMAN
Will do all type of repairs. No
job too big or small. I also in-
stall windows & rescreen win-
dows and doors. Reasonable
rates. Call Ron Ross at
229-6769. Itc 9-2
Cabinet work, trim work,
doors, windows, shelves. Saw
filing, painting, stain work,
work with formica. Work
guaranteed. Call 227-1584.
tfc 8-19



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




COMPLETE
AUTO CLEAN-UP
& Detail Work.
Carpets, upholstery,
vinyl tops, trunk,
paint buffed and waxed.
COMPLETE


Behind Mexico Beach
Shopping Plaza
Call 648-8546 for Appt.


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.
* * S * *
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
Owrer Assistant
25tp7-15


LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
SCarpet * Upholstery
* Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 11-4

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 Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric - Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tfc 4-16
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 WELUS'
2296380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
S.. tfc4-29 .

SEARS IS AS CLOSES
YOUR TELEPHONE!

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Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


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,BoxAIC
Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-6018
STANLEY WASZCZAK
CARPENTER
Good Work - Fair Price
Phone 648-5226 . ,:.
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St Joseph Bay
Construct oq

* Commercill i s&




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


Chrch Supplies
Music - Records- Tapes
. . RubberStamps.
Hospital& Fimeral Flowers
Gifts-Bibles
Sound Studio Recording
Service

7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

115 HunterSt., Oak Grove
P..ort St. Joe, Fla.
227-1325


The Sewing Room
p aS 410 A Reid Avenue --/0
u Et Port St. Joe, Florida P Oc
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


TAFLINGER PAINTING
(Interlor and Exterior)
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS
WILL COOL MOBILE HOMES 15-20%
SFOR FREE ESTIMATE . ,
Call 229-8977 I
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1313 Long Avenue * Phone229-6374:

Call and Talk to Us About Get-
ting Your Furniture Refinished
to Look Like New. We Buy and
Sell Used Furniture.


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. - 7 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 :


Going Fishing?
Stop here first.
for a complete.
line of


Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


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


FOR SALE
Two commercialbuildings,
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. fc 5-13
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REEVES FURNITURE &

, REFINISHING SHOPPE


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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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1982


SCynthia Miller, left, and Lori Gregg, editors of the Monu-
ment Staff this year at Port St. Joe High School look over
ideas for the 1982-83 edition of the school's yearbook.



Young Ladies



Attend Workshop

Two members of the staff of different ideas that I hope we
the Monument, which is will be able to use for the 1983
charged with preparation of yearbook. I feel that if this
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High year's "Monument" staff gets
--School's yearbook, attended a together and cooperates, we
workshop in Gainesville. Cyn- will produce the best yearbook
thia Miller and Lori Gregg yet"
represented the Monument at "We learned many new and
the workshop, "Key in '83", interesting things, and I hope
sponsored by Herff Jones, the that in the future more
.company which prints the students from Port St. Joe
..school's yearbooks, gradua- High School will be able to at-
tion invitations and provides tend this workshop. It was a
class rings. great experience and wel
The workshop was held at worth the time and money,"
the Holiday Inn University stated MissGregg.
Center, where the approxi-
mate 200 students and ad- All expenses for the trip
visors learned such skills as were paid by Port St. Joe High
layout, design, cropping, col- School, with extra money
" or, photography, graphics, earned for the trip by washing
theme and copywriting. windows at Wewahitchka
Miss Miller said, "This State Bank.-The extra money
: workshop was a great learn- provided jerseys and addi-
3 ing experience for me. I was. tional working materials for
introduced to many new and the workshop.



.FHP Predits 33



to Die Labor Day


- The traffic fatality predic-
. tion for this year's Labor Day
:weekend is 33 persons with the
S78-hour period beginning at
6:00 p.m., Friday, September
-3, and ending at midnight,
.Monday, September 6, said
the'Florida Highway Patrol
. this week.
: This prediction is based on
.fatality experiences during
.the past three Labor Day
weekends. There have been 98
, fatalities in 234 hours of Labor
Day weekends over the past
three years or about one death
every two hours and twenty-
.three minutes.
SLt. Colonel Roger Collar,
acting director of the Patrol
said, "There were 33 people
killed last year over the Labor
Day holiday weekend in Flori-
da traffic 'crashes. Careless
driving and drinking while
driving tied for first place as
contributing factors in fatal
crashes. There were nine
fatalities for each of these
violations. Listed in second
place was exceeding safe
speed which claimed five
. lives."
S According to patrol.records,


16 drivers of automobiles were
killed as were seven passen-
gers, nine pedestrians and two
pedalcyclists.
"Every available trooper
will be on patrol duty through-
out the state to try to help curb
the loss of life," concluded
Collar, "and troopers patrol-
ling the interstate highways
will be especially observant
for speeders and drinking
drivers."

Burns


Receives


Master' S

Jarred Burns, Jr., 312 Ave-
nue E, completed the require-
ments for a Masters Degree in
Educational Leadership from
the University of West Florida
on August 2.
Burns is the husband of
Cojean W. Burns and the
father of Tina, Tiffany, Twila
and Tandra Burnd. He is
employed by the Franklin
County School Board.


- Public Notices -


S BID NO. 277
S The Ciiy of. Port St. Joe requests bids
on 12 - I yard and 12 - 2 yara garage
contain's SpecificalIons may De olain
ed at the Cily Clerk's Office. P O Box A,
Port SI. Joe. Florida 32456 B.d opening lo
bJe held September 7. 1982
L A Farris.
City AuditoriClerk 21826
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA .
CASE NO. 81-56
UNITED PRODUCTS. INC,
-a Florida corporation,
Plalnlill.
vs.
GENE STEVERSON and PATRICIA
: STEVERSON.
S Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
1'- Pursuant to the Final Judgment of
.Foreclosure entered In the above caption
'ed cause pending in the Circull Court In
ana for Gull County. Florida. the under.
.signed. Jerry Gales. Clerk ol Ihe above
S Court. will on the 17th day of September
S 1982. between the hours of 11 00 a m and
.200 p.m.. at the Iront door of Ine Gull
County Courthouse. Port St Joe. Florida.
offer for sale and sell at public outcry to
:tme highest bidder for cash the following
.described property situate in Gull Coun-
:ty. Florida
I The South Sevenly 170) leel ol Lots
. Twenty-eight 128) and Thirty (30)
r. ,' Block Forty-Two 142) of the City of
S Port St. Joe. Florida. according to
the Oflicial Map thereof on ile In the
Office of the Clerk of Circuit Courl of
Gull County. Florida


WITNESS my hand and the official seal
of this Court on this 16th day of August.
1982.
JERRY GATES, .
As Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
2t 8-26

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 nare under which-they.will
be engaged in business and in.which said
business is to be carried on, to-wit:
FANSS CYCLE TRAILERS
Rt. 3B, Box 12
Port St. Joe, Florida
Gary H. and Betty M. Fain, Owners
4tp 8-26

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persohs intend to register,
with the Clerk of the Circuit court, Gulf
County, Florida, four.weeks after the first
publication of this notice, the fictitious
riame or trade name under which they will
be engaged in business and in which said
business is to be carried on. to-wit:
THE PARKWAY RESTAURANT.
State Road 30-C
Port St. Joe. Florida 32456
Owner: Nancy A. Mock
4tc 8-26


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1982


Men Invited to Prayer Group Meeting


Retired men of the Port St.
Joe area meet each Tuesday
morning at 9:30 a.m:, for a
prayer time fellowship at the
City Fire Station.
On tap for the meetings are
plenty of fellowship, coffee,


Chris Butts, quarterback for the young Sharks, pitches the football out to a running back in
Friday night's scrimmage game. Star photos


SAt 8:00 P.M. Thursday


Sharks In Blountstown Jamboree


:'-: th.1 ..-nn dnp-,.nl hepins tnnioht at k�M nm


ueIns. LItUgJI CIa ,uuW pt.lll.,
Port St. Joe time. The Sharks
will take to the field in the first
period, against Bristol. They
will appear, again it the third
period' against the Blounts-
town Tigers.
The game tonight will also


Rushing to the
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First Baptist
p 0 Church

J^ Po't-St. Joe, Florida

S Bible Study .. 9:45 A.M.
(All ages)
Worshi .... .11:00 A.M.
(Broadcast live
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Church-Training 6:30 P.M.
Worship ...... 7:30 P M.


�;'. .. Prouosoau aseaso uuoen L
;:, :.start until next Friday night,
:,. but the Sharks are going to get
Sto it tonight, when they travel
i to Blountstown to enter the fall
- '..-iaomboree.- �
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be the first game to start for
all but two of the Sharks who
will trot on the field at the
opening whistle. The remain-
der will be full of hustle,
according to head coach Shaw
Maddox, but short on exper-
ience.
"We will have speed, but we
will be fairly light", Maddox
said.�
Opening the season at the
jamboree tonight will be Seth
Howell at center; Billy Wil-
liams, Brad Bowen, Charles
Wood at guard; Keith Jones
and Michael Walding at tack-
le; John Miller and Tres
Parker, tight end and running
back; Demitre Thomas, tight
end; John Jenkins, slotback;
Chris Butts, quarterback;
Terry Woullard and Michael
Pittman at halfback. The
defense, will .see Parker and
Wa at tackle along with
Richard -Ramsey and Jay
'Lynn; Walter Seabrooks and
Woullard at end; Willard Paul
Gilbert, Seth Howell and Brad
Bowen at linebacker and
Sidney Harris at monster


The Sharks are shown as they scrimmaged Friday night in
preparation for the pcomfigid season, with the Jamboree
---1 . 6 6 6 I


NOTICE OF HEARING ON


PROPERTY TAX RELIEF


AND THE BUDGET


The City of Port St. Joe will receive a

estirriated $62,432.00 from the Local Govern

ment Half-cent Sales Tax for the upcoming

budget year.


State law requires $1,401.00 to be used

for PROPERTY TAX REDUCTION.


Of the remainder, the City of Port St. Joe

proposes to use $0.00 for FURTHER PROPER-

TY TAX REDUCTIONS and $61,031.00 for

ENHANCED PUBLIC SERVICES.


All concerned citizens are invited to a

public hearing to be held on September 9,

1982 at 5:30 P.M., in the Municipal Building.


A DECISION on the use of these moneys


willbe made at this hearing.



CITY OF PORT ST. JOE

L. A. Farris,

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.prayer and a short devotional.
IDifferent speakers give the'
devotional each week. For th6
remainder of &he month.:of
September, the ., devotional,
speakers will be - Frank -Patej
Sept. 7; Rev. jimmy' Spikes',


SSept. 14; Billy Joe Rish, Sept.
21 and Mark Donnell, Sept. 2

The weekly meetings arl
open to anyone who wishes to
Attend, whether or nOE YOU are
retired man.


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�eet Friday;. Sept. 11.
rnarf. Nichabl-~ittrixan will-bel-~
�at safety -and 'Michael Quinn
and Marty Russ in the defen;-
sivembackfield.
"We have a good attitude,
good husdle, good hitting and
good speed and %�e want to use
this jamboree as a spring-
board to a good season",
Coach Maddox said.
The new coaching staff for
the Sharks includes Shaw
Maddbx as head coach, Den-
nis Kizziah, John fficks and
Kesley Colbert as assistants.

Lose 3 7- 7'


Semi-Pro.


Mustangs.

Debut

Port St. Joe's entry into the
Dixie Football semi-pro lea-
gue, came out on the short end
of the score in, their initial
outing this season, against a
the eight-year veterans of
Mobile, Ala. The "Mustangs"
were playing their first game,
ever, in a driving rain in
Mobile, against the "Gener-
als"' who have been in the
football business for nine
years. The "GCenerals" sent
-the "Mustangs" back home to
Port St: Joe with a 37-7 defeat.

The "Mustangs" only score
came in the second, period,
when quarterback Emmanuel
Stewart tossed a 20 yard pass
to Preston Gant, who scam-
pered 60 yards for the TD.
Greg Burkett carried the ball
across the goal line for the
extra point.
The "Generals" scored
twice in every period except
the second, when the "Mus-
tang" defense held them
scoreless.
The "Mustangs" had prob-
lems on offense, chalking up
only 110 yards for the night, 80
of which came in their scoring
play.
Coaches Troy McMillian
and Adrian Gant said, "We
made a lot of first game
errors, but we feel our team
will do better after we get a
few games under our belt."
The "Mustangs" will play
host to the Birmingham
-�Suns"' in their home opener
here in Port St. Joe on
Saturday, September 11 at
8:oO p.m., at Shark stadium.


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, 'Classes Being Offered


Adult School

SLists Courses


, F.': all is the perfect tine j
adults to return to school. T
Gulf County Adult School h
classes for developing ni
skills that will enable a pers
to get a new job, as well as
gain a high school diploma
Courses are "Tailor made
Each student begins at his
her level and works at his
her own rate of speed towa
completion of the court
Flexible scheduling allo%
.*students to attend school,
times that are convenient.
SMany courses are availal
for qualified veterans to
tend on the G.I. Bill.
courses are free of charge
-Listed below is the adt
. school schedule for the 19
F. all Semester:
SGeneral Education, leadi
'to a high school diploma
Centennial Bldg, 8:00 A.M
3:00 P.M., M thru F; Cente
hial Bldg., 6:00 P.M.-9:
SP-M., M-TpW-Th; Zion Fa
Baptist Church, 6:00 P.M.-9:
.M., M-T; Mexico Beac
-.- Iehtodist Church, 6:00 P.M

^-Mexico


for 9:00 P.M., M-T.
he Port St. Joe High School:
as Typing and Bookkeeping,
ew 6:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M., M-T;
on Shorthand, 6:00 P.M.-9:00
to P.M., T; Driver's Education,
. 6:00 P,M.-9:00 P.M., M-T;
"! Auto Mechanics, 6:00 P.M.-
or 9:45 P.M., M-T; Body Repair
or and Painting, 6:00 P.M.-9:45
rd P.M., W-TH; Welding, 6:00
se. P.M.-9:45 P.M., M-TpW-Th;
ws General Shop I & Small
at Engine Repair, 6:00 P.M.-9:00
P.M., M-T.
ble Wewahitchka High School:
at- General Education, 6:00 P.M.-
All 9:00 P.M., M-T; Textiles &
ge. Clothing, 6:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M.,
ult M; Auto Mechanics, 6:00
982 P.M.-9:45 P.M., T; Agri-
business Education, 5:00
ng P.M.-10:00 P.M., T-TH.
a: St. James A.M.E. Education
.-3 Building: 6:00P.M.-9:00P.M.,
en- M-T.
00 The Gulf County Adult
lir School does not discriminate
00 on the basis of race, religion,
*h- national origin, sex, or handi-
1.- cap.


Beach


Dedicating

Fire House
-i ;Laborr Day from 9:30- station and turning the keys to
1i00JAM, September 6, at tie the new addition over to
fi{i. station on 14th Street, .Mayor Heathcock as building
."Mexico "Beach, the Mexico custodian for the people of
Beach Volubteer Fire Depart- Mexico peach. ,
: b -ait alid Ladies Audiiia '. a The maiiiurposeof having'
.will -hold" an 'Open 'Hoiuse fo, an Open House is to show the
general ,public and 'invited public and. especially those
guests. At 9:$0 AM. on Labor who have contributed by cash
.Day there will be a brief or service the result of their
iiinfrmalJdedication ceremony, contributions. The treasurers
Signifying the completion of of the Volunteer Fire Depart-
the' new addition to the fire ment and 'Ladies Auxiliary
, ' ' will have their records avail-
HI- mecomiing At able for anyone who is in-
. 'terested in the detailed re-
'"Hi llnd Vi ew ", cords of receipts and expendi-
-'ig and ieAwY ' .tures. The members of the
S'-lHighland '.View Baptist Volunteer Fire Department
Church will be celebratingg will also have ap opportunity
S Hdnecoming n Suna j, Sept. to take pride in' showing the
* 1"'Svics ',.ill ii-deb Si - new addition and-in displaying
:.,. :Worship at,11:00, "Dinner on. Another important purpose
.. ' the Ground", and an afternoon of the Open House and dedica-
S cognitionn and song series. tion ceremony, is to express
S'Iev. 'Oiar Dean of' gove 'gratitude for, the ,support
. l-tistu~ d" i ph. .i'- everyone has giverinthe' olun-
,wa bethe featured speaker. teer Fire Department. Please
plan to attend the Open House
.All friends and former and dedication ceremony on
members of the Church are Labor Day.


cordially invited to attend.
Horiecoming will begin a
week of Revival at the church
lead by Rev. Dean. Services
will be held nightly at 7:30
p.m.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle,
:the author of the famous
": sherlock Holmes sagas, sup-
'- Tosedily modelled Holmes'
S-fassit ant and friend, Dr.
W. "'oh, after himself.
EVERETT __'Skull'

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Revival Service
At Nazarene
Rev. Ellis Blythe (Evan-
gelist), will be bringing an
inspiring message each night,
Tuesday, August 31st through
Sunday, Sept. 5th at 7 P.M.
Sunday morning services will
begin at 9:45 with Sunday
School. Rev. Blythe will be
speaking in the' 11 a.m.
Worship Service.
Everyone is welcome to
Come and hear this man of
God's soul searching mes-
sages from the Scriptures.
These meetings will be held
at the Church of the Nazarene,
Long Avenue, and Niles Road.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1982


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September 7, 1982

' Representative In Congress
" Second Congressional District
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DON.FUQUA
SHERRILL "PETE" SKINNER X


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STHE.STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1982


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S Under our system of
' government only one branch,
' - the judiciary, is exempt from
-: public accountability.
. Members of the legislative
' branch are regularly account-
-; .able to the public with
.*. Representatives required to face
,; the voters every two years and
Senators every six years. The
'.* President is elected for a term
' of only four years and limited to
},,a maximum of two terms.
These limitations are im-
" posed by the constitution to
'' assure that the people retain the
:-, right to have a responsive
-., government which truly reflects
. ' third concerns
: As originally approved,
. however, the Constitution con-
-' tainted no limitation on the
-'%number of terms a President
S;'i could serve and the people did
not even have a direct voice in
Selecting the two Senators who
I: represent each state - the
.Senators were elected by the
' 'state legislatures.
2 Direct power was granted to
&I,'the people to elect their
SSenators by popular vote by the
i 17th Amendment of the Con-
'1'stitution. an amendment ratified
.= in. 1913.
. The limitation of Presidential
terms resulted from the 22nd
A..'- Amendment to the Constitution
, ratified in 1951.
S It is past time now to impose
S some form of accountability on
S.'.Lthe federal judiciary. Federal
! ,judges are appointed for life.
Without accountability,
*t5. ,however, we have over the
.-1.,-gyears seen federal judges
5' assume autocratic powers over
e'.'Jthetlives of our citizens without


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being held responsible for their
actions and decisions, and we
have seen the federal courts
deteriorate so that persons con-
victed of heinous crimes can
use their mechanisms to escape
full justice for years -
sometimes forever.
It is with these precedents
and concerns that I have in-
troduced a Constitutional
Amendment which I feel will
make the federal judiciary more
responsive to the citizen while
still retaining their independence
of action by isolating them from
the rough and tumble world of
elective politics.
Under my Constitutional
Amendment the Senate would
have the authority at each ten-
year anniversary of a federal
judge's appointment to office to
remove him or her from the
bench" by a resolution of
removal.from office.
'VWhile protecting the integ-
rity of judges and their isolation
from direct political pressure,
my Constitutional Amendment
would permit the people
through their elected Senators
to pass judgment on the judges
at periodic intervals so spaced
that the entire body of a judge's
work over a 10 year period can
be weighed rather than a par-
ticular decision on a controver-
sial case.
Time has demonstrated that
our system of government can
be improved through carefully
considered amendments to the
Constitution and I sincerely
hope that my proposed Con-
stitutional Amendment will
generate a long-overdue discus-
sion on the federal judiciary.


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,-,F.rom late July, through wildlife," says Sasser.
i.'-Sptember a number of fawn Another major problem is
'-deer are found in the pan- young fawns are difficult to
,;, . dLe woodlands and rescued
'andle woodla and rescued raise, requiring bottle feeding
S)y well-meaning citizens. with special formulas. If they
But Mark Sasser, Wildlife survive, they generally don't
: biologistt for the Florida Game make good pets because they
i and Fresh Water Fish Com- re unpredictable and may
Snission, says fawns should be injure a person with their
4i-,eft alone because ordinarily sarp h ooves and antlers.
,tey are not abandoned. T sharp hooves and antlers.
4 :Ihey are not abandoned. The A p
Si'nother deer, or doe, simply Also, once they're picked
Sheaves the area when an up, fed and dependent on
intruder approaches and re- humans, they can't be re-
..urns when the danger has leased except in a protected
;: assed n environment such as a state
,.passed.
: Some people find a fawn park or wildlife refuge.
,bedded down and automatical- Sasser said anyone in pos-
y assume the animal is an session of a deer, regardless of
- orphan, but this is their way of size is required to receive a
"survival. permit from the Commission.
S"Once someone contacts the The permitting process in-
Commission wanting to give sures the deer will be confined
� is a fawn, the problems are in a manner safe to the public
. just beginning. First, we've and in an adequate sized pen.
"'got to find someone capable of He recommends when a
. making care of it and many person finds a fawn in the
.' limes these people are already woods, to leave it alone and
,vertaxed due to taking care leave the area with as little
-,_Of other sick or injured disturbance as possible.



The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE - PORT ST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00A.M.
EVENINGWORSHIP .................... 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT .................. 7:00 P.M.
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Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE
MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music and Youth


BIBLE STUDY ........................ .
MORNING WORSHIP .............
CHURCH TRAINING ............... . .
EVENING WORSHIP .................
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' you to judge for yourself Consider the following:


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he calls it mud. We'd like


Fact: More than 75 percent of Dempsey Barron's campaign Proof: Campaign Treasurer's Reports (Section 106.07,
contributions come from outside of our district. Nearly 50 Florida Statutes) filed with Florida Secretary of State's Office,
percent come from Jacksonville and' South Florida. More Tallahassee. Reports covered include all reports submitted at
than 75 percent of his contributions are in amounts of $500 the time of this advertisement. :: .
or over and come from big business lobbyists and PACs.
'His traditional:big-spenders are insurance, banking, liquor
and gambling interests as well as a healthy chunk from
utilities. ;


Fact: Dempsey Barron actively supported and voted in favor Proof: Florida Senate Journal, June 7, 1978. Records show
of an appointive Public Service Commission in 1978, despite Dempsey Barron voted yes on Senate Bill 7D, the bill to
the fact that voters in our district voted 7 to 1 against such a make the PSC appointive Proof of the increase in utility rates
move. Since that time rates are up 91.6 percent. since 1978 comes directly from cost per kilowatt hour in
July/August 1977 vs. cost in July/August 1982.


Fact: Dempsey Barron voted o lower the drinking age from Proof: Florida Senate Journal, April 10, 1973 and May8,
21 to 18 He also voted again an amendment that would 1973, Senate Bill 152. Proof of liquor lobby contributions
have allowed 18 year olds all r ihts except drinking, paving comes from Barron's own campaign contributions reports
the way for the final vote which allowed 18-year-olds the right filed with Secretary of State.
to drink. Liquor lobbyists cont ibuted more than $5,000 to
Barron's last campaign.


Fact: Dempsey Barron is on record as being against veter- Proof: Taped interview with Miami Herald's Tropic Magazine,,
ans' benefits even though he attended school on the GI Bill. April 18, 1981. "I don't believe in veterans benefitsY'



Fact: Dempsey Barron co-sp scored legislation to legalize Proof: Senate Journal, April 17, 1979, Senate Bill 845, co-
marijuana despite pleas from I enforcement officers and sponsored by Dempsey, Barron and Senator Jack Gordon of
educators against such a mov . Miami.


Fact: Dempsey Barron takes personal credit for the reap- Proof: Senate Journal, April 7, 1982.
portionment plan which split W Iton and Okaloosa Counties,
putting part of each into Distri 3. This was done to give
SBarron a district where he thL ht he would be a "shoo-in"
for election. The delay tactics used to pass his bill
extended the Legislature by 11 ays at a cost to taxpayers of
$330,000.


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mission of Gulf County, Flori-
da, met August 10, 1982 in
regular session with the fol-
lowing members present:
Chairman Jimmy 0. Gort-
man, William R. Branch,
-James L. Tankersley, Eld-
.'ridge Money, and Douglas C.
Birmingham. Others present
..were: Clerk Jerry Gates,
,Deputy Clerk Maurell Cum-
'bie, Mosquito Control Director
Doug Kent, and Bailiff Bill
Lamar.
: The meeting came to order
at-9:00 a.m.
Comm. Money opened the
meeting with prayer and led
.'the pledge of allegiance to the
-flag.
4 Upon motion by Comm.
Branch, second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
*- vote, the Board approved the
minutes of July 13, 15, 19, & 27,
' 1982.
SBill Sullivan, Director, and
SStanr-Davis, Coordinator, Flo-
rida Panhandle Health Sy-
%).stems Agency, Inc. were
' -resent to report that the 1982
M^-' legislatureure passed a bill creat-
'' ing- a new health systems
-program, to commence on
October 1, 1982. He described
this new program to the Board
and requested the Board ap-
point a consumer representa-
tive as Gulf County's member
of, the agency. The Chairman
stated the Board would ap-
point Gulf County's represen-
tative to the Health Systems
SAgency at the next regular
meeting.
, Dave Maddox appeared be-
..:fore the Board on behalf of his
mother, Zola Maddox, stating
two ditches at her home,
between 3rd and 4th Street,


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Port St. Joe, needed cleaning
and draining to control mos-
quitos. Comm. Money agreed
to work with Mosquito Control
Director Doug Kent to correct
this problem.
Joe Thomas reported to the
Board on the continuing drain-
age problems in the Fleming
Mini-Farms area and report-
ed the water was running over
his driveway and under his
house. Mr. Thomas stated that
water was not running
through the culvert placed
under Highway 71 draining
through Gaskins pasture.
Chairman Gortman reported
he had met with FICO Farms
and they agreed for the
County to dig a ditch from the
Thomas house to the FICO
ditch. Comm. Birmingham
requested the entire Board go
to the site, survey the'situa-
tion, and meet with Max
Fleming, owner of the subdivi-
sion; representatives of St.
Joe Paper Company and
FICO, and all people living in
the area to clear up any
misunderstandings on owner-
ship of these ditches and
roads, and then develop an
overall plan to solve this
problem. Comm. Tankersley
agreed the Board should meet
with all concerned to see if this
problem couldn't be alleviat-
ed. Mr. Thomas also request-
ed the Board repair culvert
pipes bent by the Road
Department road grader dur-
ing ditch cleaning. The Chair-
man then stated that the
Board inherited the problems
of this subdivision, that the
subdivision was.not a record-
ed subdivision, and there was
a lot of confusion as to who
owned what in the subdivision.


First

Presbyterian Church
SSixeenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
' ,SUNDAY WORSHIPSERVICE ............ 10:00A M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ........ 11:00A.M
S Study in the Gospels, Wednesday - 7:00-7-45
Welcome to Everyone

.JOHN.M. STUART, Pastor
' 'Phone 229-6857




HIGHLAND VIEW

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


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He added that, in spite of this.
the Board had attempted to
alleviate some of the problems
in the subdivision and would
continue to do so.
Upon motion by Comm.
Tankersley, second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to a
budget amendment as re-
quested by Sheriff Ken Mur-
phy.
Clerk Jerry Gates presented
Florida Power Corporation
and St. Joe Natural Gas
Company's proposals con-
cerning the courthouse air
conditioning system for the
Board's consideration. The
Clerk also presented the
Board with Florida Power
Corporation's proposal for
ceiling fans for the court-
house. Comm. Money moved
the Board proceed immediate-
ly with the St. Joe Natural Gas
proposal and repair the pre-
sent system. The motion died
for a lack of a second. Comm.
Birmingham then moved the
Board advertize to receive
bids to repair the air condi-
tioning system at the court-
house, electrical or gas.
Comm. Tankersley seconded
the motion. After discussion,
Comm. Tankersley withdrew
his second and the motion died
for lack of a second. Comm.
Branch moved the Board table
this matter for study until the
next meeting. Comm. Tanker-
sley seconded.the motion and
it passed unanimously.
Comm. Tankersley moved
the Board advertise to receive
sealed bids for ceiling fans for
the entire courthouse. The
Chairman gave up the Chair to
Vice-Chairman Branch to se-
cond the motion. Comm.
Birmingham then questioned
the number of fans listed on
the proposal and suggested
the Board bid a maximum and
a minimum number of fans.
The Board agreed. Upon vote,
the motion passed unanimous-
ly.
The Board discussed with
Maintenance Supervisor
Charlie Presley handrailings
and air conditioning for the
precinct polling places.
Mosquito Control Director
Doug Kent informed the
Board that St. Joe Telephone
and Telegraph Company had
applied for a utility permit for
south Long Street at Over-
street and were requesting a
variance to bury cable under
the shoulder of the road six
feet from the right of way
centerline. Mr. Kent then
informed the Board that he
would recommend approval of
this variance. Comm. Branch
made a motion to approve the
variance and the permit (No.
82-14). Comm. Money second-
ed the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Upon recommendation by
Mosquito Director Doug Kent,
motion by Comm. Tankersley,
second by Comm. Branch, and
unanimous vote, the Board
approved solid waste transfer
site leases for White City, Port
St. Joe Beach, Overstreet, and
Oak Grove, with the St. Joe
Paper Company. The Board
also executed cancellation of


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garbage pit disposal lease for
Oak Grove landfills No. 1 and
No. 2 and the White City
landfill.
Comm. Money reported pe-
titions were being gathered,
with 400 signatures at present,
protesting commercial scal-
loping in St. Joseph's Bay,
which he would present at the
next Board meeting and he
moved the Board adopt a
resolution to that effect.
Comm. Tankersley seconded
the motion. Comm. Tankers-
ley also requested the Board
write the 'lorida Marine
Patrol requesting they enforce
the laws concerning commer-
cial scalloping in St. Joseph's
Bay. After discussion, Comm.
Branch made a substitute
motion that the Board hold a
public hearing at a later date
to consider closing the bay to
commercial scalloping.
Comm. Birmingham seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously. Comm. Tanker-
sley stated he was voting yes
to get the public's opinion.
Comm. Money stated he
would like to ask Sheriff
Murphy to cooperate with the
Mosquito Control Department
and arrest persons dumping
garbage on the ground at the
landfill transfer sites He said
he and Mosquito Control Di-
rector Doug Kent went
through garbage dumped in
Oak Grove and after notifying
the Sheriff's Department of-
the individual's identity who
dumped the garbage was told
the man would pick up the
garbage. He said the indivi-
dual never picked up the
garbage and the Sheriff's
Department was notified to
arrest the man for littering,
but he was never arrested. He
requested the Board write the
Sheriff requesting his assist-
ance in matters such as this
and also requesting the patrol
cars routinely patrol the land-
fills, especially in the Beaches
area. The Board agreed.
Comm. Money reported that
he had received requests from
citizens in Ward Ridge re-
questing that asphalt warning
bumps be placed on the road
leading up to the 4-Way stop
sign at the intersection of
Niles Road and Garrison
Avenue in Ward Ridge.
Comm. Branch suggested the
Board use reflector strips
instead of asphalt, but that
permission of the Department
of Transportation would have
to be first obtained since this
was a state maintained road.
The Board agreed.
Comm. Money requested
that T. E. Stephens, Cobb,
Georgia, had contacted him
requesting the Board con-
struct an access road to his
.property in a subdivision at
Indian Pass. After discussion,
the-Board directed the Clerk
to write Mr. Stephens that the
Board's -policy is not to'
construct roads; however, if
Mr. Stephens builds the road
the County will accept it for
maintenance.
Comm. Tankersley present-
ed the construction blue prints
for the proposed Indian Pass
Boat Ramp, which were
drawn by John Presnell, of
Simmons Bayou. Comm. Tan-
kersley requested the Clerk
write Mr. Presnell a letter of
appreciation for helping the
County with this project.
Comm. Tankersley then made
a motion to advertise to
receive bids to construct the
Indian Pass Boat Ramp.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion. After discussion,
Comm. Tankersley requested
Mosquito Control Director


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1982


had said they were going to
peel o' e inch of pavement off
SRt iii Gulf County and place
1ix inches of asphalt back on
the road and widen the road
two ft., but that in Calhoun
County the same road would
have three inches of asphalt
and be widened two feet.
Comm. Birmingham suggest-
ed the Board write our legisla-


tive delegation to inquire into
this matter. Comm. Branch
suggested the Board get on the
phone immediately to the
Department of Transportation
to find out if this was the case.
The Board agreed.
Comm. Branch asked if
there was any response to the
Department of Natural Re-
sources permit application for


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cleaning Gulf County's Beach-
es. The Mosquito Control
Director reported he received
a letter from the Departmehit
of Natural Resources and they
are processing this permit.
The Board received a letter
of resignation from Troy
Davis, Fire Chief, Overstreet
Fire Department. Comm.
(Continued on Page 14)


Kent handle this matter for
the Board. Upon vote, the
motion passed unanimously.
Comm. Tankersley moved
the Board budget $15,000 in
Federal Revenue Sharing
funds for equipment for the
Sheriff's Department. The
motion died for lack of a
second. Comm. Branch told
the Board that the public is
opposed to large budgets and
that most people that have
talked to him have stated that
the Sheriff has enough depu-
ties. He said that the Board
funded the full request of the
Sheriff for equipment and that
the Sheriff has received over
$20,000 for new equipment
over and above this year's
budget of $35,239.90 for equip-
ment and he doesn't under-
stand the need for more
equipment funds. He said the
Board funded the Sheriff's full
budget request, except for one
new deputy, and the four
correctional officers which the
Sheriff himself said were not
needed. He added the Board
adopted a conservative bud-
get, except for the Sheriff's
budget because the governor
had written all Boards
throughout the state request-
ing the Boards help the
Sheriffs. He said the Board
needed all excess money it
had to repair mosquito control
equipment, buy chemicals for
mosquito spraying and to help
offset the added expenses of
the new landfill program.
Comm. Tankersley then mov-
ed the Board put $10,000 in the
Federal Revenue Sharing bud-
get for equipment for the
Sheriff Comm. Birmingham
then seconded the motion.
Comm. Branch then said he
thought the Board should be
more fiscally responsible.
Comm. Birmingham then
withdrew his second. Comm.
Gortman stated the budget
was set, but if it was going to
be changed then he would like
for the Board to consider the
areas where we need more
money, but don't have it.
Comm. Gortman again stated
that the Board had already
adopted its budget. Comm.
Branch said that every consti-
tutional officer would like to
have more money but that the
Board has a responsibility to
the taxpayers and the public
feels the Sheriff has enough
deputies. He added that he has
nothing personal against the
Sheriff or his operation, but
his full request was funded,
except for one new deputy and
four correctional officers. He
said the Board held the line on
spending with every constitu-
tional officer, except the Sher-
iff, who received the'largest
budget increase of any consti-
tutional officer. The motion of
Comm. Tankersley then died
for lack of a second.
.Comm. Birmingham report-
ed that he had received
information that a Gulf As-
phalt Company representative


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Pauline's Restaurant


412 Reid Avenue * Port St. Joe


Come Have A Chat!


Serving Free Coffee, Tea and Cake


BARRON'S



MARIJUANA BILL



Dempsey Barron tried to legalize marijuana. This is the

bill he filed. Here is the proof.

LET HIM DENY THIS!!!

SENATE BILL: SENATE JOURNAL APRIL 17, 1979 PAGE 124



J!y Senators Gordon and Barron
Sil 843-A bill to be entitled An act relating to a reduction
of adl valoron tax mnillage; providing for a county option on
the iulti\ntion, possession, and sale of cannabis; authorizing
sucih cultivation, possession, and sale in approving counties;
pruviling certain conditions relating to the sale and taxation
of cannabis; providing for the distribution of proceeds of such
taxation and requiring a reduction of ad valorem tax millago;
nutihorizing the hoard of county commissioners in approving
counties to adopt certain ordinances; providing an effective
date.


DON CRISP is against legalizing marijuana. And I will
never introduce such a bill.


StatuSenate
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S The Stac House summer
'i program came to a close on
'. lFriday, August 20th with the
' presentation of trophies in
various categories. The pro-
gram offered many fun games
k, for all ages, children ages six
'' and-up enjoyed a summer full
' of.activities. Games included:
Pool; Ping Pong, Cards,
SCheckers, Chess, and-Bingo,
Sas well as many other games.
T Ihe trophies were given in
First and Second place, and
. ribbons were awarded to all
those who entered and partici-
' pated in the tournaments.
,: Eech activity was split into
Siage.categories to insure fair-
ness: The children displayed
i, enthusiasm and sportsman-
ship,, and should all be com-
. mended.
^: The winners in the Pool
, -:tournament with 46 persons
. entered were as follows:
A',: ges 6, 7, 8: First place,
;Npr9aon Arrant; Second place,
St:Jason White.
,j:sAges 9, 10: First place,
^ :{Kevin Bradley; Secondplace,
Mark Godwin.
,';Ages 11 and 12: First place,
'Jim Johnson; Second place,
S.)Matt Durham.
;".''Ages 13 and 14: First place,
'Tim- Wilder; Second place,
i: Tommy Johnson.
S Ages 15and,16:. First place,
STony Beard;. Second place,
I Jimmy Walding.
Ages 17 and 18: First place,
SCharles Wood; Second place,
0.: -.'Sap Amerson.
p,'," ,Graduates" Trophy: First
I?' place, Roy Kieth; Second
..' place, Billy Merchant.
-' "ldtimers", Ages 19 and
�,.Oklder: First place, Jeff Hi-
Snote; Second place, Todd
.Wder.
:.'/ .'The winners in Ping Pong
w . ith 46 persons entered were:
S Ages 6,7, and 8: First place,
Jason White; Second place,
4I .'-Becky Kieth.
', Ages 9 and 10: First place,
'" Chris Walding; Second place,
Sark Godwin.
S:Ages 11 and 12: First place,
.' Marty Williams; Second
i. lace, Lee Kieth.
SAges 13 and 14: First place,
j, tohn Smith; Second place,
STim Wilder.
~"'' Ages 15 and 16: First place,


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louse Winners


Chris Butts; Second place,
Tony Beard.
Ages 17 and 18: First place,
Billy Merchant; Second place,
Dawn Bond.
In the Chess and Checkers
categories, Lance Campbell
was the First place winner.
Good going, Lance!
Chess with 14 entrants:
First place, Lance Campbell;
Second place, Michael
Ramsey.
Checkers with 16 entrants:
First place, Lance Campbell;
Second place, Tim Davis.
The "Erma" Award is an
award given to the child (of
elementary, school age) which
is thought to be the most
congenial and cooperative
child. This award is voted on
by the Stac House summer
workers as well as "Erma"
herself. Although there are
many children who fit this
descriptions this year's winner
was without a doubt a true
"Sport" in every sense of the
word. The 1982 "Erma"
Award was given to Chad
Arrant. Good going, Chadl
This year, to add a little
extra excitement, a young
man began, merely in fun, his
own tournament. The excite-"
ment' and 'competition grew
uitil" this became ah every
night tournament. The high
school age kids named this the
"T-Man" Invitational, named
of course, for the originator
and referee, Tim Wilder. Tim
was so pleased with the
tournament that he bought his
own trophy to award on
Trophy Day. Wihner of the
1982 "T-Man" Award was
Robin Heacock, with Second
place going to Cecil Lyons.
Many parents were present
to see their children recieve
their awards. Refreshments of
ice cream,. cookies and le-
monade were served to all by
the Stac House workers.
This program is sponsored
by the City df Port St. Joe. The
staff wishes to commend the
activities offered for the youth
of Port St. Joe for the


"Many small make


summer. They also wish to each child who participated in
offer, their congratulations to the tournaments.


Tim Wilder, right, pre-
sents Robin Heacock and
Cecil Lyons with trophies
as winners in the "T-Man
Invitational" at summer
recreation.
_ -Star photo
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2. 1�82


FOR PRIMARY ELECTION ON SEPTEMR


S STRAW BALLOT
County
No.' 1
�The Gulf Counly Commissioners enacted Or-
dinance No 82-1 'known as the Moraly Or-
dinance. Please express your feelings on this or-
dinance. ' "


Yes No
1 1


a great."
Chaucer


STRAW BALLOT
County :
SNo. 2
Some citizens nave expressed a desire that the
entire county De placed on Central Time. Please
express your' esires on this mailer


Yes No
3 3


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6 ' 7


OFFICES


DEMOCRATS


REPUBLICANS I


CONGRESSIONAL
SUnited States Senator
(Vote for One)


4A


e1 2B 3B
David H. Van B; George
BLUDWORTH POOLE -SNYDER




1st

MOVE THE RED HANDLE TO THE
RIGHT AND LEAVE IT THERE.

2nc

TURN POINTER DOWN OVER THE
WORD YES OR NO AS YOU FAVOR
OR DO NOT FAVOR OF EACH OF
THE STRAW BALLOTS.

3rd

URN POINTER DOWN OVER THE
AME OF-EACH CANDIDATE FOR
HOM YOU WISH TO VOTE.


CONGRESSIONAL
Representative In Congress
Second. Congressional District
(Vote for One)


5A 6A 7A
Sherrill BOB GRAHAM
Allen Don "Pete" For Governor
COX FUQUA SKINNER WAYNE MIXSON.
For Lieutenant Governor


78
7B SKIP BAFAUS
For Governor
LEO CALLAHAN
For Lieutenant Governor


9 10 11

STATE
Governor & Lieutenant Governor
(Vote for Group)


9A 11A
FRED KUHN -. : ::;R T.
For Governor- : o
JEFFREY L LATUAM . ARYT
For Lieutenant Governor ForrLieuter



9B
VERNON DAVIDS
For Governor
WENDELL DAVIDS
For Lieutenant Governor,


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4ETH


FIELD

mmissioner
ict II

ig resident of Wewa-
e, Marlene Whitfield, is
er at Port St. Joe High

that a good Commis-
s to have some
business, as this is
st important boards in
ne should be familiar
ion of a County Board.
d that my experience
or many years with the
tate Bank qualifies me
man. As a member of
ity school Board for
believe I gained the ex-
,ould be helpful to sit
of County Commis-

to represent all of the
County.

appreciate

nd Support
Pol Adv Pd loi by Kenneh Whilllela


EVERETT 'Skull'

OWENS, Jr.
County Commissioner
District 4
Pd, for by Everett Owens, Ji.


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...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 needs of all farmers notjust
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

PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR TO SEND CONTRIBUTIONS CONTACT:
TERRY KELLY, TREASURER, 752-0088
COMMITTEE TO ELECT PETE SKINNER






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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1982


PAGE THIRTEEN


Seafood Festival Scheduled for Saturday, November 6


Vote for and Elect


Grady Dean

School Board Membe
District One
Your Vote and Support Will
Be Greatly Appreciated
Pd. lot by Daniel W. Dean. II. Camp Treas


The countdown is on in the
-historic fishing village of
Apalachicola on the Gulf'
Coast of frontier Florida for
the 19th Annual Florida Sea-
food Festival, the State's
largest marine event.
On Saturday, November 6,
"the county fair with the
r distinct fragrance of the sea"
will unroll the local colors for
30,000 phis visitors. A schedule
of events designed to please
the entire family will cast off
with a 5000 Meter "Redfish
Run", followed by parades,
oyster shucking contest, crab


races, oyster eating contest,
arts and crafts, historic tours,
and country-bluegrass music.
in Battery Park.
Seafood is the dish of the
day, with the festival dinner of
fried mullet and hushpuppies
being generously augmented
by food booths served, by local
church and civic groups. The'
menu includes plates of fried
oysters, shrimp and crab,
seafood gumbo prepared from
old family recipes, smoked
mullet and fish, plates, of
boiled shrimp, and of course,
the succulent Apalachicola
Oyster on the half-shell.
This day is dedicated to the
clean waters and quality"
seafood of Apalachicola Bay
and the people who work
there. Not to be ignored in the
course of the festival, is the
great historic past of the City,
which harks back beyond the
days that cotton was king and
the steamboat the queen..
Historic Trinity Episcopal
Church, the first prefabri-
cated house in America, will
welcome guests: historic
tours of the City, including the
waterfront, will be highlight-
ed, and the Raney House, built
in 1838 and renovated in'1979,
will be open for touring. The
Raney House is on the Na-


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Sites.
A sidewalk art show of the
works. of professional and'
amateur artists from Florida,
Georgia and Alabama, and a
giant flea market will offer the
splendourous treasures of
Aladdin:
There willbe puppet shows,
clowns and other events to
delight the kids.
The Blessing of the Fleet, a
solemn ceremony which ori-


ginatedinrthe Old World and is
performed to protect ships
from the dangers of the deep,
and remember the men who
went down to sea with their
ships, will.be a colorful part of
the Florida Seafood Festival
on Saturday afternoon.
In. the idiom of the coast,
"the glass is falling and the
decks are clear" fora day that
will sail in your memory at the
Florida Seafood Festival in
Apalachicola, Florida on'
Saturday, November 6.


Apalachicola's First Baptist

Church Observing Homecoming


On September 12, the First
Baptist Church of Apalachi-
col will hold Homecoming
Services, with former pastor,
Rev. D. F. Hickman, Sr. of
Ocala preaching at the 11:00
a.m. worship service. Brother
Hickman was pastor of the
church from 1945-47.
There will be Dinner on the


Ground beginning at 1 p.m.,
followed by a special service
of singing presented by the
music ministry of First Bap-
tist Church.
All former and present
members are encouraged to
attend this. special day of
activities.


Vote For and Elect


W.. "Dude"

FORTNER
County Commissioner
-District Two
"The Working People's Commissioner"
Yotur'Vote and Sup.port WillBe Greatly ApDrecialed
Spn Pil Ar. Prl or by Debla Forlner Camoalon Mar


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:8R 7, 1982, IN GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


S141


STATE
Attorney General
(Vote for One)


S 13A 14A
(eBOB"IIuNST , '
bvernor ': Frea .Jim
BRYINT GOLDSTEIN SMITH
plant Governoi ' '
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'15 1'

STATE
Comptroller
(Vote for One)


15A
Ralph
HABEN


16A
'Geaid
LEWIS


S LEGISLATIVE
State Senator
Third Senatorial District
(Vote for One)


17A
Dempsey J.
"BARRON


18A
Donald R.
CRISP


COUNTY
County Commissioners
District No. 2
(Vote for One)


19A 20A
SW. J:
Douglas C. (Dude)
BIRMINGHAM FORTNER


21A
Kenneth
WHITFIELD


22 - 23

COUNTY
County Cimmissione
District No. 4
(Vote for One)






22A 23A
-Everett Jame L.
"Skull" . Tar
OWENS, Jr. TANKERSLEY


25 . 26


COUNTY
School Board Member
District No. 1
(Vote for One)


24A
Grady
DEAN


25A 26A
Oscar
Fred . David
GREER REDD


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4 IN WASHINGTON

S . WITH


EARL


HUTTO


DRUG ENFORCEMENT


" �l r i r �. . . *"

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.
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-'RE-ELECT-

JAMES L. "TANK"



TANKERSLEY

Your County Commissioner
District Four
e Honest * Dependable
A-Vote for Better Government
Paid for by Campaign Treasuler


In the past, I ha\e informed
you of the e\er-increasmng
threat which the abuse of nar-
cotics presents to our nation
and, particularly. to the State
of Florida. I continue to be
gra\ely concerned o\er this
serious problem.


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President Reagan has man-
Sdated that the federal gosern-
ment do its utmost to assist in
the reduction of crime
throughout the nation. Accord-
ing to the Justice Department,
'drug trafficking has been iden-
tified as the number one crime
problem in the United States.
Therefore, to bring about a
more effective means of ad-
dressing our nation's drug
Problem. and in support of a
coherent and consistent na-
tional policy regarding nar-
cotics and dangerous drugs,
Attorney General William
French Smith delegated the FBI
concurrent jurisdiction with the
DEA for federal-level drug in-
vestigations. This order, which
. was issued on January 28,
1982, gives the FBI and DEA
joint authority to investigate
Violations of fhe Comprehen-
sive Drug Abuse Presention
and Control Act of 1970. To
ensure complete coordination
of the drug enforcement effort,
the Administrator of the DEA
will perform his duties under
the general supervision of FBI
Director William Webster and
will report through him to the
Attorney General. The DEA
will continue to function as the
principal federal drug enforce-
ment agency; however, FBI ex-
pertise in the areas of organized
crime, financial investigations
and white-collar crime-will be
fully utilized in drug enforce-
ment activity.
FBI Headquarters, together
with DEA Headquarters, will
be responsible for ensuring that
a sufficient number of FBI
Special Agents receive ap-
propriate training to conduct
federal-level drug investiga-
, lions. The FBI has advised that
training in narcotics matters
* has now been increased for its
new Agents and veteran Agents
are receiving training at the
Federal Law Enforcement
- Training Center in Glynco,
Georgia. When this phase of
specialized training is com-


NEW B
African Methodist
146 Avenue C
Rev. James W. \

SUNDAY SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP . .
EVENING WORSHIP .....

"God Our Father, Ch
Man Our


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pleted by October 1, 1982, 288
FBI Agents will have received
training specifically pertaining
to narcotics-related investi-
gations.
The FBI is currently in-
volved in almost 800 narcotics
investigations nationally which
hate resulted in 264 indictments
and 67 convictions during the
second quarter of fiscal year
1982 alone. The number of
joint FBI DEA investigations:.
is increasing and currently
amount to 180 joint cases.,
nationwide. -
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National Narcotics Intelligence.
Consumers Committee, whidh...
is made up of various federal:-.
agencies involved in enforce- . :
ment, policy, treatment and" '-
research, and intelligence-ac-r
tivities, shows that a little over
one-third of the major United
States-related drug seizures-idi!' y,,
1980 were made in the State.of: '
Florida. I am optimistic that.'
the FBI and DEA can wdrk '.
together in deterring drug ao-;i ''
tivity not only in our State, but n
throughout the nation, and will -
continue to follow the progress-
of this joint effort. :.:: '''

MURTHA MEATBALLS -' - "
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This week Nancy selected
recipe by Mrs. John P. Murtha,'- '.i'
wife of a Representative from: . ;i-
Pennsylvania. : . \

I', Ibs. hamburger .
1/8 cup chopped onion :.:
1 teaspoon sail 't
dash pepper ' "'.
i2 cup dried bread crumbs
i' cup grated Parmesan' ' '
cheese '.
3 eggs, slightly beaten -. ,
I can tomato soup
1 can water

In mixing bowl combine all in;
gredients except tomato soup .
and water. Mix thoroughly ''
Form into medium size meat':
balls. In electric skillet heat-2,
tablespoons bacon grease, add
meat balls and brown on aH
sides. Reduce hear to 325�, add
tomato soup and water and :
simmer for at least 45 minutes ,.
Serve with tomato sauce over -
meat balls. Also good meat
balls to prepare with your'
favorite spaghetti sauce. Malies
4.to 6 servings.
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: Episcopal Church
Phone 227-1213 .
Williams, Pastor . ,

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N THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1982
IN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1.}82


New DWI Law Getting Tough
tion agencies.


County

Minutes
f (Continued from Page II)
' Branch requested the Board
write a letter of appreciation
S to Mr. Davis for his efforts in
establishing a fire department
i.- i in Overstreet and serving as
fire chief since its inception.
Comm. Branch requested
Mosquito Control Director
SKent clean a mosquito control
S ditch that runs from Avenue F
.to the railroad track and one
S that runs through Highland
1 : View.
Upon request of Comm.
Branch, the Board directed
the Road Superintendent to
S hire a temporary employee to
.work as road department
bookkeeper for the three
r :weeks Ed Schoepflin is on
leave.
� Comm. Money made a mo-
tion that the Board advertise
". to receive bids to purchase a
Sbackhoe for the Mosquito
' , iControl Department, to be
; used to clean ditches. Comm.
STankersley seconded the mo-
; ion. Upon vote, the following
'voted yes: Comm. Gortman,
. Money, Tankersley, and
.Branch. Comm. Birmingham
voted no.
4 Chairman Gortman in-
. s I tructed the Clerk to write the
SBay County Board of County
:Commission requesting Bay
. ;County not to locate a landfill
near any stream that runs into
S'or through Gulf County or'into
East Bay., The Commission
'' :then discussed the possible
:use of an incinerator to, solve
:the landfill problems of Gulf
S County and surrounding coun-
ties.
S Comm. Branch reported to
!. the Board there was a lot of
public opposition to locating a
landfill in Highlandview and
;i 'he moved the Board abort the
SDepartment of Natural Re-
Ssources application and pro-
ceed with finding a suitable
-location for the landfill.
''-Comm. Tankersley seconded
-l: '.the motion and it passed
;! n unanimously. Comm. Branch
': .then suggested,the landfill site
S 'be located in an area north of
' ..the proposed .site (near the
PVr '.Power Line) in Highland View
-;.':away 'from the, residential
; area. Mosquito Control Direc-
:., ;.tor Kent stated the. County
,needed a landfill site in the
..' -south erid of the county soon or
-'- ,the Board would have to
., transport all garbage. to the
>.J�' %ewahitchka site. -- "
IF 1 There being no.further
' 3. -business, the meeting ad-
S. mourned.
k '' ' I -

. Public


SN E OF HEARING ON PROPOSED
'i. . ,-FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING BUDGET
. Notice is here given thai the Board of
i' . y Commissioners,' ol Pon, St Joe.
Slo rioa. will oe in session or. September
' g. 1982. al 530 PM: at me Municipal
" - "'Building. lor Ihejpurpose or healing fhom
a ny person or persons thai wish the op
S orlunity to make oral and wrillen sug.
'. esllons regarding possible uses. of
S- revenue sharing funds lo- tl'
BalanceonHand . . $ -0-
P , 1 Anticipalea Revenue
F. 8283 . 70 200.00
SAnticlpaled Interesi
FlY 82183 1,00000
.TOTAL REVENUE
-ANTICIPATED . 71.20000
isI L A Fairri
City AuditoilClerl, 2192
S NOTICE OF-SPECIAL MEETING
g',. ' "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe
governing board ol the DEAD LAKES
WATER MANAGEMENT'DISTRICT shall
tneel in special sessionn al Ine County
Commissioners Meeting Room. Gull
County Courthouse. Port St Joe. Florida.
Sal 200 PM.. Easlern Daylighl Savr.gs
Time, on Ihe 131ndiay 1i Saieember 1982.
- or Ihe purpose ol consioer.ng all malileis
S perlainlng Io repair mainlinance. replac
, Ing. arn openuln- ot Ine waler control
gales at Ine Deap Lakes oam ana lo all3
S other purposes concermnng said darr.
DATED Inis 23rd ady of Auqusl. 1982
r I^" : ONORABLE JERRY GATES
.'I-' EX OFFICIO SECRETARY
. DEAD LAKES WATER MANAGEMENT
i DISTRICT'
. iIsJerr Gaties 21c9
i;. . BID NO. W.W.T.P. 168A
The City ol Port SI Joe Florida. re
i4'.:'. quests bids on 2 - 15KV Dilect Burial
Cables. 1 Control Caole Direct Burial
", Cable and l InstrumerI Onreci Burial
CaDle Speclllcallona rnoy be obltanea
' rom Ir.e Ctlly Clerk Olice P 0 Bo� A
S . Port SI Joe Florida 32.5J , Bid opening
, will D neld al Ine regular Cil CCommil
slonlestelng on September 21 198?
Ci - c OF PORT ST JOE
';t i : l. S L A Farrli.
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City AuoiloriCierk 21c 9 2

IN THE CIRCUIT CUURT FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
I' N RE Tne Marriage of
, DAVID LAWRENCE PYNE. Husband
,* Repoondent.
, And
LINDA GAIL DUVAL PYNE Wive,
,.- * " " Peliliorer
TO Daid L. NOTICE OF SUIT
f,\" ' .'. TO David Larence PyRe
.' i,' / cio Rooerl C Pyne
S 1610 Bennett Road
Orlando Florida 32813


YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a Pell-
lion lor Dissolution ol Malliaqe nas been
,: lle against you ana you are required to
' . serve a copy 01 your Answer or other
': response to Ihe Pelillon on Pelitioner's
Attlorne
S- . � ROBERT M MOORE
P 0 Box 2,6
'iG: . Poll SI Joe. Florida 32456
Said Ille Ine original Ineieol in ine CGii-u,.
Cowl Cleik'. Oilice Gull Counly Courl.
r'^ L *, nouve. Port SI Joe. Florloa 32456 or, or
' ' belore the 9th day of SaplienDe 1962 11
S. you fail 10 oo so. a Final Juagmeri lor
S relief sought may be grand ed Oy Dalaull
DAIED Inir the 9th day ..I Augus.t
1982
JERRY GATES
-, . Clerk ol Circull Court
S By sl Ton a Knc. Depul, Clere

1.-I.


EXTENSION NOTES:




What Is A Bulb?


BY ROY LEE CARTER County Extension Director


The term "bulb" is com-
monly used to refer to the
thickened underground stor-
age organ produced by some
plants. However, many of
what we call bulbs may be
corms, tubers, tuberous roots
or rhizomes. My information
for this article was provided
by Extension Horticulturist
Dr. Robert J. Black.
A true bulb is a compressed
stem (basal plate) bearing a
growing point or flower bud
and enclosed by thick, fleshy
scales called bulb scales.
Some true bulbs such as
narcissus, amaryllis and tulip
are protected from drying and
mechanical injury by dry and
membranous outer scales cal-
led a tunic. Other true bulbs
such as lilies are called
non-tunicate or scaly because
their outer scales are succu-
lent and separate, giving the
bulb a scaly appearance.
A corm is a solid mass of

Horse Show

Sept. 11 In


Blountstown
Panhandle Saddle Club will
sponsor a horse show on the
llth of September at Mason's
Arena, Hwy. 20 in Blounts-
town. Pleasure events will
begin at 2:00 P.M. (CST) with
timed events beginning at 5:00
P.M. (CST).
Free admission with entry
fees charged to participate.
PeeWee classes $1.50, 13 and
over $2.00. Jackpot $3.00 and
all pleasure events $2.00. High
point trophies given for plea-
sure and timed events with a
$50.00 jackpot.
In pleasure events there will
be.halter, western pleasure,
western' horsemanship,
straight barrels, Texas bar-
rels, Panty rae,$'Pole Bend-
ing, Dizzy Cowboy, Cloverleaf
barrels, Jackpot cloverleaf
barrels, buddy pickup and
hairpin.
Horse show open to all in the
Panhandle so come out and
help make this another suc-
cessful show.
-For more information
please call Gulf County Exten-
sion Service, 229-6123, or Cal-
houn County Extension Ser-
vice, 674-8323.


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stem tissue with a basal plate
on the bottom and terminal
shoot bud on top. In addition to
the terminal shoot bud, axil-
lary or lateral buds are
produced at each of the nodes
along thesides of the corm. In
the event that.the terminal
bud should be injured or
otherwise prevented from
growing, these lateral buds.
are capable of producing a
shoot. The solid stem struc-
ture of the corm is protected
against injury and water loss
by dry leaf bases that are
similar to the tunic that
enclose true bulbs. Gladiolus
is a typical cormous plant;
A tuber such as a caladium,
'is a thickened underground
stem with many buds (eyes)
presented in regular order
over its surface. Unlike true
.bulbs and corms which are
covered with dried leaves or'
scales, tubers are covered
with a tough skin.


Tuberous roots such as
dahlia, and ranunculus are
true roots and lack nodes and
internodes. Buds are present
only at the crown or stem end
-of the root.
Rhizomes are thickened
horizontal stems growing
along or below the surface of
the ground. Underground rhi-
zomes such as canna and calla
produce roots on their lower
surface and send shoots above.
ground.
The term bulb will probably
always be used when referring ,
to plants that produce under-
ground storage organs. My*
intent is to make you aware
that all so called bulbs are not
always true bulbs.


Ulysses S. Grant, an' un-
known ex-soldier at the be-
ginning of the Civil War,
became the' first of the
nation's generals to wear:
four stars.


One of the nation's toughest
drinking-driving laws has re-
sulted in the arrest of 1,200
drivers, and doubtless has
contributed to the sharp drop
in July traffic fatalities, noted
Sthe AAA Clubs of Florida in a
distribution of the new law to
enforcement and administra-

They'll Start

Running At

Midnight
The Gaylord's Sugar Free
Sprite Midnight 5,000 Meter
.Run will be held at 12:00
Midnight on September 4, at
Gaylord's, 15th: Street and
Jenks, Panama City.
Registration will be at 11:00
P.M , $5.00 entry fee. T-shirts
will be awarded to all regist-
rants. Trophies will be pre-
sented to first, second and
third overall male and female
winners; trophies given to
first overall age division fin-
ishers; and ribbons to second
and third age division finish-
ers.
, For information contact
Panhandle Runners, 265-9648
or Athletic Attic, 769-8554.


tion agencies.
"While most motorists are
aware that a tough law was
passed by the legislature, they
don't know the provisions,"
said Robert Sharp, Chairman
of the auto club association.
"As written, the law is diffi-
cult to understand. By work-
ing with lawmakers and top
enforcement people, we have
compiled an easy-to-under-
stand table of the law's
provisions. 'It is available to
the general public at any AAA
office in Florida."
The Florida Highway Patrol
increased the number of ar-
rests for DWI (driving while
intoxicated) in July by about
50 percent over a year ago,
Sharp noted.
Schedules have been ad-
justed to increase patrol co-
verage between 6 p.m. and 2
a.m., 'particularly on week-
ends when more drinking


drivers are on the highways. .Weekend enforcement by the
The Patrol reported the Patrol produced about two-
highest number of such ar- thirds of the arrests, most
rests since the crackdown being made between midnight'
went into effect were made on and 6 a.m. The second most
Saturday and Sundays, with-' active period was between 6
Friday running a close third., p.m. and midnight.


THANK YOU
I am grateful for the oppor-
tunity to continue serving as


your School


Board member


from District 2. I will continue to
work for the betterment of our
school system.


TED WHITFIELD, Jr.


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GIVEN FREE: FRIDAY. SEPT. 10

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210 REID AVENUE
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA

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135Y2 LAFAYETTE STREET
MARIANNA, FL 32446
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friend-the elderly


ever had in the


Florida Legislature."
Faye Kirtland,
LegislativeChairman,
Florida Retired Teachers Association


Retirees know they can depend on Dempsey Barron.
They know his record. They know he listens-and others
listen to him.
That is the reason Dempsey Barron is committed
to providing decent futures to those who have worked hard
for us all their lives . -
* -His Community Care for the Elderly Act, a model for the .
nation, now provides $15 million in homemaker services,
respite care for families, and Meals on Wheels for
thousands of retirees...
*o He started the Minimum Monthly Benefit Prograrh and
the "Thirteenth Check." Now these retirees- former school:
teachers and our neighbors in local government -are
assured a living wage.
* Dempsey has consistently supported cost of living
increases for these retirees- who retired believing a dollar
was worth a dollar, not fifty cents.
* Dempsey supported the retiree's right to work unlimited"
hours after age 65, while still drawing retirement benefits.
* Dempsey has worked to protect those living in nursing
homes and to provide alternatives like boarding homes and
group homes. The elderly now have a number of options
available at far more manageable cost thanks to
Dempsey Barron.


An effective, proven leader,
Dempsey offers North Florida
more than campaign promises.
He offers you a record of
courage and action.


Vote for more than a promise, vote for...


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State Senator


District 3 /Democrat


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., .n'?a homemade maple-y ice cream so old-fashioned rich
n .. delicious that your party guests.will think you spent hours
*.4 * ng a freezer in your back yard! ''
V wijt; believe it or not, it takes;no longer than 10'minutes
toi.yhzip.i the cream and fold it (dbn't mix it) into a combine.
S t 'on'i sweetened condensed milk, maple flavored table syrup,
Lch d uts, rum and salt. What!could be simpler?
You'lfIve the way the-maple flivored,table syrup provides
eetness.arid' the-rich male-y. flavor" tHat goes; so,'well
' e'j' i'"nchi"'of chopped,.walnuts or, pecans. Maple-y
hIce Cream doesn't even requirejan'ice cream freezer. It
o i'into 6:a 9xS-inch losip'arienNghtly w appeafoi .'
Sebmaeiwoyee beore're-&'e1 r orpt's"t..,
J ich 'n creamy 'icecream; is served in dainty dip in
yt f sherbet glasses with 'erisp',;thin cookies alongside.
Sple.)unch- Ice Cream is a 'fittig finrale-to .your.,fanciest
mea '
. : Maple-y Crunch Ice Cream
One -14:oz can sweetened - 1 to 2'tablespoons rum
. .condensed miilk Dasd of salt'
2/3 cup maple flavored:' .1 pt. (2.cups),heavy
' p cp'1/2,"cdpcipped.nuts . " '*" "
i j' I" le bobl;- combine all ingredients .'except whipped
cream;'hii~ well. Fold in whipped cream. Spoon into'9x'5-inch
loaf.pan.':Cover,; freeze about'6 :iours-or'until',firm'. "coop into,
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'keWimico Area
. r ~ati .on of' new':editions al Oce p S urvey, 4O0i Execu-
f ' atical chartsof the five. -Bulevard, Rooi,' 101,
i.foat has, been, an- Ro kv ', M 2b8' (301)
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23510, '(804) .4416616; the, Na-
tid fi'l Oceii Survey, Distribu-
Stioni)ision (OA-C44),,River- Copies
dae 207l37, (301) 4366990 Copis
' or romiCounter Sales, N n- la
;Fa -Classes ' -S
Copies
4-e'4 - - ,e s
"I yni, 'inastics . ' I '...'
Resration for fall gym- p O
nastics will be Tuesday, Sept.
7. Clseswill be held in the Now at
Wri6 U Room at Port St.
Jh School at Port St. Joe he S tar
Hig'Scdol at the following
times'E emnentary, 7:00-8:00 '306 Williams Ave.
. High, 8:0-9:00. . from
PM Sr. High, 9:-00-10:00 Our New
P.M;.- -chool classes will ' Our Ne
bed'ffdred from 6:00-7:00 "VQC
P.M-nly if enough interest is .
Copier
S. fimrested, call Jennifer
, . HEidra 785872 after 6:00
.Pe S: Feeswill be $10.00
e i.onth.
S ;. Vote For and Elect


W. J. "Dude"

FORTNER
County Commissionei
District Two
Pull Lever 20-A
Your Vote and Support
Will Be Appreciated
Ci k . d . , iD. l
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*,ork to be a County Wide Commis-
,,sioner - not just a District Com-
t.issioner!
* ork for Better Relations between
Commissioners and other elected
officials!
*~ork to establish Shower Stalls
-at Port St. Joe Beach!


* Work with Labor Leaders to try to
improve facilities!
'* Wi, vote own convictions and
SWill not be influenced by special
i . interest groups!
4 Work to make a Better Gulf County!
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10 lb. Chic. Backs & Necks 139

1 Lb. BEEF LIVER .... . 550


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10 Lb. Trailblazer
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SALTINES ... 59

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16 Oz. C
Brownie Mix 71
32 oz. jar
MUSTARD .. 590
18 oz. Smooth or Crunchy
Peanut Butter 98

Steak Sauce $119


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Hot Cocoa Mix $01
17 oz. Ca Whole Kernel or 3/$ 19
Cream Corn
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ACTION Proposed Ruli
S, SUMMARY Technical
i ,. - (100-year) Ilood elevallt
S. ase 1100yeari 11oo0
measures that the coml
already in ellecl in ordeI
Flood insurance Progra
, DATES The period I
publication of is prop:
tly
ADDRESSES- See table
FOR FURTHER INFORM
, Mr Robert G Chap
National Flood Insi
12021 287-0230
Federal Emergency
Wasningion. DC 2
SUPPLEMENTARY INFC
Tne Federal Emerge
minallons ol base (t00-.
i accordance with Secllo
93-2341 87 Slat 980. whi,
1968 (Tille XIll of the Hou
USC 4001.4128. and 44
These elevations I(
'A, by Section 60 3 ol the pr
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S finances that aremore
S. community may at any
., o' DOiCles eslablishea by
elevalions will also De I
S rates for newbuildings a
S Isling buildings and their
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S aulhorlly nas been aeleg
S cy, hereby certifies thai I
will nol have a signillian
A Hood elevallon determ
dlnances. wnicn. it ado|
w inin Irme liooaplain are
S lion unless and until the
accord will these eleva
. Federal standards Ine el
'-: n ol proscribe development
lions 11 Irmoses no new

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public Notice -
TIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM
posed Flood Elevation Determlnatlons
agency Management Agency
e
I Information or comments are soliciled on the propose- base
Ins listed below Ior secleo locations in tne nation Tnese
elevalions are the basis flo Ihe Ilooo plain management
munily is required to ellher adopt or show evidence of Deing
r to Qualify o remain qualflied for Oarlicipation in the Naltonal
m (INFIPI
or comment, will oe ninely 190i aoys Icllowing the iecona
reed rule nr, a new5spape o local circulation in each common,
below
NATION CONTACT
~pell. P E
urance Program
Management Agency
0472
)RMATION.
)ncy Management Agency glues notice ol Ine proposed deter
year) blood eleaanons lor selected locations in Ine nalton in
n 110 ol Ihe Flood Disaster Prolection Act ol 1973 (PuD L
ch added Secllon 1363 to the National Fiooo Insurance Act ol
using and Urban Development Acl ol 1968 Puo L 90 4481 42
SCFR 674 lal
Igelnei w.th Ihe tloora plain management measures require
ogram regulalions. are Ine minimum Thal are reaoireo rney
ed to mean Ihe communny musl change any eiiihling or
sringent in their flood plain management reau.remenp.s Tre
Irme enact srincter reQuiremenTs on rs own. or Dursua.,.l 1T
other Feoeral Stale. or Regional entries Tnese DroDpoea
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An archery hunt and a primitive weapons
hunt for white-tailed deer, feral (wild) hogs,
and bearded turkey are scheduled for St.
Vincent National Wildlife Refuge during the
1982 hunting season. The dates set are
November 16-19 for the archery hunt, and
December 14-17 for the primitive weapons
hunt.
The either sex white-tailed deer limit will
be one (1) per season, no bag limit on feral
hogs, and one (1) bearded turkey per season.
Weapons permitted for ooth hunts are as
defined by State regulations.
A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service hunting
permit issued by St. Vincent National Wildlife
Refuge will be required. No charge is made
for the permits issued by St. Vincent Refuge;
-The applicable Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission hunting license is
required for all hunts at St. Vincent National
Wildlife Refuge. In addition, participants
must possess a Hunter Education Certificate.
Only hunt participants with proper license
and permits will be permitted on the refuge to
hunt and camp. '
A maximum of 450 permits will be issued.
for the November Archery Hunt and a
maximum of 300 permits will be issued for the
December Primitive Weapons Hunt. Permits
will be issued on a first-come basis at the
island check stations.


Special Nathi



Duck Season


A special season, primarily
for the taking of native wood
ducks and teal, will be held in
Florida September 25 through
29. It will be the second year in
a row that the Game and-:
Fresh Water Fish Commission
will allow the special hunt in
the state.
"The experimental harvest
was granted for three years by
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service for implementation in
Florida with the understand-
ing that if the harvests were
not detrimental to any water-
fowl species, it probably
would be granted annually,"
said Thomas M. Goodwin,
chief of the bureau of wildlife
resources for the Division of
Wildlife of the Commission'.
He said a random survey of
2,000 waterfowl hunters who
participated in the first spe-
cial harvest last season show-
ed the program was working
well.


Goodwin said survey results
showed 46 percent of the
waterfowl take consisted of
wood ducks, 44 percent were
blue and green-winged teal
and 10 percent other species.
The wildlife biologist said
the main purpose of the early
season was to allow the taking
of teal and native wood ducks.
"Teal are known to be early
migrators and generally pass
through Florida enroute to
Cuba,. Central and South
AmeHca before the regular
waterfowl season begins."
He.said "A major factor in
justifying the season was to
allow hunters an opportunity
to harvest Florida wood ducks
before northern wood ducks
migrated into Florida."
Goodwin said there had
been concern expressed by
waterfowl biologists in the
northern part of the Atlantic
flyway that an early harvest
might have an impact upon
wood ducks migrating into
Florida. "However, research
has shown that most northern
wood ducks don't really show
up in Florida until at least
October."
The bag limit for the special
season is four ducks per day,
not more than one of which
may be a species other than
teal or wood duck.
Steel shot must be used in all
gauge shotguns when hunting
waterfowl in designated steel
shot, zones of the state.
Those areas include that
portion of Brevard County
east of Interstate 95; Leon


St. Vincent National 'Wildlife Refuge
consists primarily of a 12,358 acre island near
Apalachicola in Franklin County, Florida.
Except for a 400 acre tract which is closed to
protect the Bald Eagle nesting area, hunting
will be permitted on the entire island during
the hunts. No bridge or causeway connects St.
-Vincent Island with the mainland. No public
Transportation facilities are available. Parti-
cipants must arrange for or provide their own
transportation across coastal water to the
island. This service may be obtained from
Some of the Indian Pass or Apalachicola
commercial boat, operators. Two rough,
Sunimproved campsites, one on either end of
St, Vincent Island have been designated for
those sportsmen who wish to remain on the
Island. For those not planning to camp on the
Island,, campgrounds, motel and restaurant
facilities are available in the local area.
The refuge is open to the general public
-during daylight hours except during these
hunts.
Leaflets providing the hunting information
for St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge may
be obtained by writing the Refuge Manager,
St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge, P.O
Box 447, Apalachicola, Florida 32320. Tele-
phone: 904-653-8808.


County (exclusive of Lake,
Talquin and the Ochlockonee
River); and Lake Miccosukee
in Leon and Jefferson coun-
ties.


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mitive Hunt for St. Vincent


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