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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 9, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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Industry - Deep Water Port - Fine People - Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1982


SL.ight Turn-Out Marks Primary



-One Incumbent Defeated; Two Face Run-Off off Election


Voters Approve Morality


Ordinance; Nix Time Change
There was no way Gulf County's still public places of business in Gulf County.
uncounted 193 absentee votes could change Known locally as the "Morality Ordinance",
.the outcome of Tuesday's first primary the law gained approval of the people, 1,314 to
Selection, which resulted in an incumbent 880.
being defeated at the ballot box and two The other straw ballot question asked the
. questions tossed into the second primary for a question of whether or not the people of the
S; flial decision, county would approve the entire county being
The official count shows only 3,682 of placed, in the central time zone.
.Gulf's 6,657 registered voters even bothered The people said, "No", 1,243 to 983.
to go to the polls in what had been described Neither of the straw ballots was binding
locally as a "dull" campaign. There were but were merely vehicles used by the County
more potential voters who stayed away from Commission to feel the pulse of the citizens.
'the polls than voted for.any of the candidates
6n the ballot. STATE CANDIDATES
Approximately 55.5 percent of the regis- In the state and district elections, the
tered voters in the county cast their ballots, decision was made Tuesday and Gulf County
d nras with thJ -t flO tlh tL t al nd diA n hlfllitt


LOCAL CANDIDATES
Locally the incumbents took a drubbing,
with one being voted out of office and the
otheitwo with small leads over their closest
rivals in three man races.
.Everett "Skull" Owens took back the
County Commission office he lost to James
Tankersley four years ago, by defeating
Tankersley 2,014 to 1,394.
In the other County Commission race,
' incumbent Douglas Birmingham has a 77 vote
lead over W. J. "Dude" Fortner, his nearest
'opponent. Birmingham led the pack of three
with 1,305 votes.'Fortner was a close second
- with 1,228 and Kenneth Whitfield wasn't far
:behind with his 973 votes.
:.-In the School Board, incumbent Fred
Greer had a closer lead over-his next
opponent,.Oscar David Redd. Greer main-
tained the lead with 1,320 votes and Redd was
oily 13 behind with 1,307. Grady Dean ran
.thirdiin the'three man race with 767 ballots.
. ' Greer will face Redd and Birmingham
Sillface Fortner in the second primary.
Section, October 5..
STRAW BALLOTS
S.Two special straw -ballot questions 'on
Gulf County's ballot drew considerable
interest and had one question approved and
the other rejected:
Gulf County approved of a recent move
by the County Commission, when they passed
an ordinance outlawing nude dancing in


agreed w1m tIn LJot Ue L Uo 5Lste auIIU UlUt Is L
as to who should serve in the various offices.
In Senate District Three, veteran State
Senator Dempsey Barron won re-election
over Don Crisp by some 7,000 votes
throughout the district. In Gulf County,
Barron was the victor by nearly one third of
the votes cast. Barren polled 2,211 and Crisp
was able to count 1,253 in his column.
Don Fuqua completely dumped two
opponents. for his seat in the United States
Congress in his district as well as Gulf
County.
Former State Senator, Sherrill "Pete"
Skinner was next in line with 389 and Allen
Cox came in third with 293.
Governor Bob Graham and his running
mate, Wayne Mixon, polled the largest vote in
Gulf County Tuesday. Graham and Mixon
walked away with 2,650 votes on their way to a
state-wide land-slide Democratic nomination.
The ticket of Khun and Latham had 318 votes
.and Kunst-Bryant polled 267. Graham and
Mixon ace Skip Bafalis and Leq Callahan in
tl0ngerieWilelectiorrin November;- *
Bafalis and Callahan defeated Vernon
Davids and Wendell Davids in the Republican
primary here in Gulf County, 32 to 12.
State Attorney General Jim Smith and
State Comptroller Gerald Lewis also carried
Gulf .County as they coasted to re-election
state-wide.
-Lewis polled 1,980 in Gulf County to 960
for Haben..Smith had 2,383 in Gulf County and
his opponent, Goldstein had only 572.


Nations Wins Wewa


Race for Mayor Post


Wewahitchka has a new
SMayor after one of the
closest races in history
nudged Mayor Angle Whit-
field out of office and
.placed Robert Nations in.
SWhitfield was appointed
' to the office in June, when
Mayor Faye Cox tendered
her resignation. Whitfield
-had served as a Commis-
sioner before her appoint-
nient as Mayor.


The results, as they stood
Wednesday morning, had
Nations winning by the
slimmest of margins.
An unofficial source of
information at the City Hall
gave the figures in the race
as giving Nations a 16 vote
majority before the absen-
tees were counted. Nations
unofficially polled 236 votes
in the regular election and
Whitfield had 220. There


were nine absentee ballots
to be counted, which would
not alter the outcome of the
Selection.
Wewahitchka has 1,108
registered voters. Less
than half cast their votes in
the Mayoral election.
Nations will take office
as Mayor at the October
meeting of the Commis-
sion.


UNOFFICIAL GULF COUNTY BALLOTING BY PRECINCTS


DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES Precinct
STRAW BALLOT No. 1 Mdrality Ordinance 1
FOR ............................. .......... 186
AGAINST ..................... . ...... . .... .... 110
STRAW BALLOT No. 2 Time Change
F O R ......................................... ..... . 160
AGAINST ..... ... ........ ....... .... ....... . . . . 60
CONGRESSIONAL, Representative 2nd District
Allen Cox ....... : ........................ ...... . 57
Don Fuqua ......................................... 368
Sherrill "Pete" Skinner ......................... 66
GOVERNOR & LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
Bob Graha;i, Gov. - Wayne Mixson, Lt. Gov. ....... 406
Fred Kuhn, Gov. - Jeffrey L. Latham, Lt. Gov...... 40
Robert P. (Bob) Kunst, Gov. - Gary Bryant, Lt. Gov. 28
STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL
Fred Goldstein. .................................. 76
Jim Smith ......... . ............................. . 371
STATE COMPTROLLER
Ralph Haben ......... . ............................ 144
Gerald Lewis ........................ ............ 320
LEGISLATIVE State Senator, 3rd Senatorial District
Dempsey J Barron ............................. 356
Donald R. Crisp 163
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, District 2
Douglas Birmingham ............................. 296
W. J. (Dude) Fortner................................ 134
Kenneth Whitfield ................... ........... . 123
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, District 4
Everett "Skull" Owens, Jr. ......................... 291
James L. "Tank".Tankersley ...................... 212
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER, District 1
Grady Dean ....................................... 100
Fred Greer ......... . ............................... 185
Oscar David Reddi. .... ..... ................... 243
SR UBLICAN CANDIDATES ... ..
CONGRESSIONAL U. S. SENATOR
David H. Bludworth -...:........................ 2
Van B. Poole ........... .... ... ................ 1
George Snyder ................ :.................... 1
STATE GOVERNOR - LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
Skip Bafalis, Governor - Leo Callahan, Lt. Governor 3
Vernon Davids, Governo - Wendell Davids, Lt. Gov 1


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Charged In Accident


S Lucien Phillips, 903 Six-
, teenth Street was taken to
SGuiPines Hospital for exam-
iination and observation and
-;Mrg. Minnie Porter Lynn of
S523 Thirl Street was charged
with running a "Stop" sign in
a two-car crash late Tuesday
afternoon.
"The crash, which occurred
Sat about 6:00 p.m., happened
-it the intersection of Fifth
St., (Highway 71) and Wood-
ward Avenue.
� The police report shows
Mrs.'Lynn was southbound on
Woodward Avenue, when she
failed to stop for the sign at the
intersection and ran out into
the path of Phillips' vehicle.


Phillips' auto was spun around
in the road and came to rest on
the sidewalk, facing west. He'


had been travelling east on the
street at the time of the
accident.


The Star photographer took this photograph Tuesday morning as voters turn.
ed out in Precinct Eight to cast their votes in the Primary Election which saw 55'/2


percent of the registered voters turn out county wide to state their preferences at
the voting machines. -Star photo


City Tells Engineer to Stagger WWP Work


The City Commission decid-
ed Tuesday night to delay by a
short while, receiving bids for
projects to be performed at
the Wastewater Treatment
Plant.
The City's engineering firm,
Jones, Edmunds and Associ-
ates were informed by the
Commission Tuesday night.
they would have to stagger


calls for bids for the several
projects so the City would
have the money to pay for
their performance as soon as
they were done.
Some five projects are in-
volved which will cost the City
an estimated $2 million or
more to perform renovations
or new construction at the
plant which has been directed
by the state's Department of
Environmental Regulation as
a requirement for obtaining
an operating permit.
, The engineers have also
approached the City with the
idea of getting effluent re-
quirements relaxed by DER,
which would greatly relieve
the City of programs needed to
bring the plant operation into
state' compliance.
The Port St. Joe plant has
the stiffest effluent require-
ments of any other similar
treatment plant in the 'state of
Florida.


Enginer, Dr. Richard Jones
told the Commission Tuesday,
"If your limits were in line
with those set for other plants,
'you would be well within
limits and would have no need
'to do anything at this time to
meet 'requirements".
Dr. Jones had already asked'
for a delayin receiving bids on
projects which included im-
proving the dike around the'
holding pond, construction of a
marshall flume on St. Joe'
Paper Company property and
renovation of the primary
receiving plant beside High-.
way 98. Dr. Jones said some of-
the firms have not had enough ,
time to get all their prices
together and the engineers:
wished to make a few adden-
dums to the plans, anyhow.
In light of the need to stretch:
out the work for financial
reasons,, the Commission ask-'
'ed that the bids be delayed
until October 19. They were,,


originally scheduled to be
received on September 14.
DREDGING WORK
One of .the more expensive


projects for the plant renova-
tion is the dredging of sludge
from the plant's settling pond
Jones said his firm would


have this project ready to go
to bid within a week or two,
but the financial picture caus-
ed the City Commission to


hold up sending out these bids
until a permit could be receiv-
ed from DER to place the spoil
(Continued on Page 8)


City Approves Housing Program


The City Commission gave its
approval Tuesday night for the Depart-
ment of Community Affairs to perform
a program of rehabilitation of sub-
standard rental property in Port St.
Joe.
E. Hugh Kelly, Jr., a housing
program assistant with the agency, told
the Commission they were prepared to
renovate up to 14 units in the City of
Port St. Joe on a first-come first-served
basis. Kelly pointed out the housing
would have to meet their criteria and be
refurbished, to their specifications
before a unit would be approved.
Kelly had a program outlined
which'would renovate 14 units occupied
by non-elderly citizens and none for


those citizens who are elderly, handi-
capped or disabled. In giving its
approval, the City specified that at
least four of the units must be for the.,
elderly, handicapped or disabled. Kelly
agreed to the requirement.
REPAIRS RENTAL PROPERTY
The program is specifically design-
ed to provide incentive for repairing
housing currently being rented by
tenants, but sub-standard so far as
living conditions are concerned.
Kelly said the program would
require the property owner to provide
his own funds or borrow funds for
.renovation. The program would then
make the mortgage payments, or
re-pay the land owner if he puts up his


own money. The agency would also pay
for upkeep and taxes which were
generated by the improved property. .,
The property owner would be
responsible only for the iniative involv- '
ed in getting the program started on his
property and making the loan. His loan
payments would be mrade and guaran. : -
teed by the agency.
The tenant of the improved proper -
ty may or may not have his rent
increased after the property is improve
ed. "There have been instances where :.
we paid the tenant to live in a particular'
house", Kelly said.
After renovation, the tenant has his
rent adjusted to 30 percent of his gross
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Paper Mill Starting Up

Monday After Shutdown
Port St. Joe Paper Company officials announced
yesterday that the local paper mill will resume
operations on Monday, September 13, after being down
for 10 days.
Employee work schedules will be posted on the
bulletin board by department superintendents, notifying
employees which shift they will report to for start-up of
the mill.


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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR


THURSDAY, Sept. 9, 1982


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Dirty Tricks Were



A Surprise to All

If we were a betting man, we'd kind of result the tricks had.
-r a bet at great odds that those They could backfire on the
tical candidates opposing the challengers and cause damage to an
umbents last week when the dirty innocent man or men. One charge,
ks came down too late for the particularly could cause damage to
umbents to answer didn't know a the wrong persons.
ig about the tricks. They were The complaint of the lack of air
as surprised to read about the conditioning -in the courthouse
rges of mis-management and (which is true - it is on the blink)
them aired on television as those could do damage to an unintended
Knew nothing at all about either victim.
rge. You see, most of our people in
We feel that all the candidates Gulf County neither have air condi-
osing an incumbent would rather tioning in their home or work in it
on his own merit rather than get during the day. Courthouse officials
foot in the door because of a trick crying over their lack of air
petrated on his opponent when it conditioningcould create a backlash
Stood late for him to defend from those who don't have it. You
self. won't find much pity from those who
Things were going too smooth. don't have air conditioning at all for
incumbents and their opponents those who have it and it's not
*e all good men and were ioing working properly.
ng in a manner with their The Commissioners who are
ipaigning which would ensure now in office have taken the proper
y would still be friends after the step toward correcting the air
e was over. Each was trying to conditioning problem at the court-
vince the voter he was best for house, but it won't get solved
job - not that his opponent was overnight. It might not get solved
electing his duties, until summer has gone and the need
We feel the charges were out of for heat has arrived.
ce both from the standpoint of Whoever is in the Commission
en they were issued and from the chairs after this election will con-
ndpoint of the contents of the tinue the efforts of the present Board
rges. to get the system repaired properly
This is written before election and where it will serve the court-
;, but we are anxious to see what house in a trouble-free manner.


Jews Not About to Buy


President Reagan's Idea

'President Reagan has come out You see, the West Bank is where
h a formula which he thinks will the nation of Israel first entered the
ig.peace.to the Middle East. The Promised Lac after~ their wainder-
n would requireIsrael to give.the . ings in the wilderness.' The West
st Bank and the Gaza Strip to the Bank IS the Promised Land, prom-
estinians and give them full ised to them by God as their nation
onomy over' the areas. some 5,000 years ago.
President Reagan's plan seems Israel feels the promise of God
be gaining interest and approval to them supersedes any claims the
over the world in every nation Palestinians (from whom the land
ept the one which counts most - was taken with the Battle of Jericho
ept the one which counts most - many centuries ago) may have over
ael. the West Bank or Gaza.
The. Israelis don't like it one We see where even former
le bit. As.a matter of fact, they President Carter, a self-proclaimed
re more or less told President born again Christian, endorses
agan just what he can do with his President Reagan's- suggestion. If
n. anyone was able to see why Israel
It doesn't take an astute student would not turn the West Bank
he Bible to see just why Israel is territory loose, former President
nning to hang on to the West Bank Carter should be able to see their
I Gaza. The entire history of the position.
ion of Israel and God's promises Call us anything you wish for
them are tied up in the territory thinking it, but we do not think the
upied by the West Bank and nations of the world will have any
ael is not about to let it go. We luck in this matter and we feel they
ieve the entire world can come are foolish for even trying to upset
vn on Israel and'try to force them something God has promised the
give it back and they will still Jews. We believe it is their time to
ig on for dear life. take over this land.


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THEY TELL ME my favorite
television program, "M-A-S-H" is going
off the air this winter. After 11 years,
the Doctors Pierce and Hunnicutt are
going to put their scalpels in mothballs,
- tear down the gin mill in their tent, cool
off "Hotlips Houlihan", send Klinger
S back to Cincinnati and bundle Charles
Winchester back to Boston.
The Korean War will be officially
over.
From what I read, the networks are
S planning a big two-hour blow-out for the
final episode of M-A-S-H on the tube,
which will be presented this winter and
should draw a record audience. I make
this statement because I feel I am not
exactly alone in my affinity for
watching M-A-S-H! Almost weekly, it is
the number one show on the popularity
poll:-
Something must be awry some-
where, because usually I like the shows
which get kicked off the networks
because they are not particularly
accepted by the viewing public. I like
their, but it seems as if nobody else
dds.
S For instance, I like Barney Miller


bu
be


getting Together
one of my favorites after M-A-S-H, supposed
it Barney Miller is also being lifted Super Bo
cause not enough other people like it. ' a bargai
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Wispy, Feathery Leaves of Grass


It looks like my family and
friends would have learned by
now. They should know that I
am not a trustworthy person
when it comes to funnor
unusual stories or things that
happened to them or tieir
friends. My sister made the'
fatal mistake today. I kndw I
promised not to "say a wor to
anyone," and I'm not goingito
say anything, but I'm sure
going to type it out and put itin
the paper. Sorry about that,
Kid!
What I'm about to write isa.
family secret. Fortunately,'
none of my family take the
paper so they will probably
never know I have told the
story. I can justify telling the
secret because I think it wil
shed some light on the mysti-
que of the "eternal woman."'
My sister is a beautiful
person, in every respect. She
is very attractive physically
and is a very engaging conver-


sationalist. The job she holds
demands a high level of
intelligence and she has a
degree from a major univer-
sity. In addition to her job she
has just completed a book and
is in the process of having it
published.
By now you are beginning to
realize that she is no ordinary
person, right? You are exactly
right! Her home is a beautiful,
three bedroom, two bath,
modern house located in a
nearby medium size town. It is
furnished with the most ac-
comodating furniture and ex-
tras you can imagine. It is
always immaculately clean.
The girl has everything going
for her. At least I thought she
had!
Today, while on my way
home from a business trip, I
stopped by, as I often do, to
visit for a short while. I was
about to leave when she said,
"Shad, if I tell you something,


will you promise not to tell
anyone, not one, single soul?
Will you give me your word as
a Boy Scout that your lips are
sealed?" "Promise," I said,
raising my right hand with my
thunb touching my little
finger and the other three
pointing toward the ceiling.
"You know I trust you, Shad,
more than anyone and if you
promise on your Boy Scout
honor I know my secret is safe
with you." "Promise," I re-
peated, still holding the Scout
sign steady.
"Shad," she started, "I
have joined the Lonely Hearts
Club!" She paused, watching
me closely. "I know this must
be a surprise to you but I am
extremely lonely." Surprise
me! She could have dumped a
hot bowl of collard greens in
.my lap and I wouldn't have
been more surprised. I wasn't
even that surprised when I
found out my teenage son


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would rather go out with a girl
than go fishing with me.
"WHY?", I screamed, hard-
ly able to control myself!
"I told you it was a
surprise," she said calmly.
"You just don't know how
lonely I've been all these
years," she continued. "It
seems to get worse every day,
so I decided to do something
about it. I joined and I'm not
sorry I did it, either!"
I could not believe it! My
sister stooping to something
like that for companionship.
Surely there must be plenty of
men for her to choose from
without having to lower her-
self to a pitiful game like that.
"How on earth did you
happen to get in touch with the
Lonely Hearts Club?" I in-
quired.
"Oh," she exclaimed, with a
Smile on her face, "your wife
sent me the address and all
the information."
Skin my goat and call me
Luther....


In Aug.

Bill Gunter, State Insurance
Commissioner, has announced
that 1574 people contacted the
Panama City Service Office
during the month of August,
1982.
The Service Office assisted
in the recovery of $542,065.00
which was returned to policy
holders.
Citizens with questions and
complaints about insurance
can receive assistance by
calling 904-763-4601 in Panama
City. The office is located at
231 East 4th Street and
provides service for Bay,
Gulf, Franklin and Walton
Counties.
Additionally, a representa-
tive of Commissioner Gunter's
office visits Walton, Gulf and
Franklin Counties every
month. A schedule of the
Representative can be obtain-
ed from the County Judge's
Office in these respective
counties.

A quarter has 119 grooves
on its circumference.


A Column and A Paper On Monday Holiday


to be that expensive! The;
wl sponsor spots are said to be'
n buy at only $400,000 for ai
I spot.
goes to show you that people


paper out in a hurry, or a lot of time for
a few people to get it out slower. The
last method is the one we use here at
The Star, because we can't afford the
number of people on the payroll it


ETAOIN SHRDLU


popular show - with others, as well as
me - it will command top dollar when
the networks go looking for sponsors for
the last two-hour segment of the show.
And top dollar is what they are
going to ask for.
That top dollar works out to be
$450,000 for a 30-second spot. That
works out to $15,000 a second.
That's a lot of band-aids!
Even the Super Bowl is not


By: Wesley R. ROmsey.
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had rather talk about what ails them
than watch football.
At $15,000 per second - even at
$13,333 per second (the price of a Super
Bowl spot) - one could almost run the
country on that kind of money.
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IT'S TOUGH WHEN these holidays
fall on a Monday. It's especially tough
in the weekly newspaper business.
It takes a lot of people to'get a.


would take to get out in a hurry.
So, in the situation we are in, it
takes us Monday, Tuesday and Wednes-
day to get the paper together and get it
out.
Since most of our advertisers are
Accustomed to having their copy ready
on Monday and since it is our schedule
Sto get right to work on it on Monday, it
messes us both up royally, when one of
these Monday holidays come along.


unlie many vocations, we can't
put the paper back a day and just get it
out when we can get around to it after a
holiday. The Post Office expects us to
live up to the requirements of our
mailing permit, which says it must be
in the mail on Thursday. We usually get
it there on Wednesday afternoon, just to
be sure we can make that Thursday
deadline.
When you go to crowding three
days of work into two with the same
number of people used to do it in three,
the cheese gets binding at times.
Naturally this piece is written
before we get finished with the paper.
Even so, I have faith the paper will get
to you right on time, regardless of when
the holiday falls. We'll manage, but it
won't be easy.
ONE OF THE things I missed last
week was publication of Veterans'
Service Officer Fred Kleeb's letter
calling for his office to be cut back
because it wasn't needed.
Remembering that Fred appeared
before the Commission two years ago to
protest the hiring of a secretary for his


office because he didn't need it, we felt
sure Fred was sincere in his suggestion
that his office hours (and presumably
his pay) be cut in half.
It never crossed my mind his letter
was a political dirty trick like some
others have assumed it was.
If it was a dirty trick, I wasn't going
to be any part of it by publishing the
letter at that most disadvantageous
time. If it wasn't a dirty trick and, as I
first believed, Fred was sincere,
another week before printing the letter
wouldn't hurt anything.
That's why Fred's letter wasn't in
last week's paper.
If Fred was sincere in his request,
he has had at least three years to
appear before the Commission and
make the request in public, which
would have been the proper and
prudent thing to do. He. appeared in'
public to oppose the hiring of a
secretary when a group was intent on
forcing the County Commission to hire
him one. He made that protest where it
should have been made.
I wonder why this latest protest
didn't go through that proper forum?


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Tides

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


is feet above or blow the
mean water line.


Sept. 9
Sept. 10'
Sept. 11
Sept. 12
Sept. 13
Sept. 14
Sept. 15
Sept. 16


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409 1.7 1448 .3
457 1.8 1557 .2
.600 2.601703 .1
707 2.0 1805 .1'
814 -2.0 1901 .1
925 2.0 1954 .2
1030 1.9 2044 .4
1143 1.7 2119 .6


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PAGE THREE


Football Fever Starts In County Friday


PORT ST. JOE'S SHARKS - Front row, left
to right: Greg Gathers, Michael Pittman,
SDemtre Thomas, Michael Quinn, Sidney Harris,


.\ Jimmy Walding, Billy Williams and Michael Miller, Wiliard Paul Gilbert, Walter Seabrook, Kesley Colbert and John Hicks, coaches, Terry
Walding. Second ,row, from left: Jack Charles Wood, RichardRamsey; Adrian Lewis, Woullard, John Jenkins, Seth Howell, Marty
:Collinsworth, manager, Brad Bowen, John manager Danny McGee. Third row, from left:' Russ, Chris Butts, Tres Parker, Derek Fields,,


"Sharks Host Braves

What will happen to Port St. Joe's "Sharks", Taylorseldom had to deal with. Last year, the
thseason is almost anybody's guess, athugh Sharks had 15returng veterans. This year, t's

football in their two prea ja efforts Beginning a re-building year, new head coach
':last spring and last Thursday night.. Maddox has said, "We're, going to play a lot of
Starting out the season with ony two regular sophomores, because we've gotonly five seniors.
starters from last year and a new head coach, the We'll get better as the season goes on, but it'll
Sharks, are a question mark. take a lot of work".
?New head coach Shaw Maddox, who is taking The "lot of work" doesn't seem to bother this
over after 17 years of leadership by Wayne new Shark squad. All summer long, they have
Taylor, says his team is quick this year, an beenatfwork in the weight room, running, lifting
attribute which Taylor could seldom brag about. weights, sprints and various other exercises to
Even with a lot of returning experience last 'get into top "physical shape before the season
yer, the Sharks had their troubles all season long starts.
because of key injuries another problem which Coach addox isn't all discouraged by his



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1982 Schedule

Sept. 10 D:iak S:ring H lack f experience. 'We'll beat some teams we're
,Sept. 17 7Havana. ....."..A not supposed to beat, and e'll get beatbysome",
SSept. 7 a :" ' ; "... ' A he says. "'We're small but we're fast".
:Sept. 4 WewaMhithka- ... . A The Shark attack will be 'relying on two
Oct. 1 Apalachicola .. . .H running backs, Terry Woullard (6-2, 185) andr
Oct. 8 Marianna . . .. . . . H Michael Pittman (5-8,155). They are also the only
Oct. 15 Blountstown ..... A offensive players returning with starting exper-
Oct.22 OPNience.
Oct. 22 OPEN Sophomore Chris Butts (6-0, 165) whom
Oct. 29 Bonifay .......... A : Maddox calls a good field leader, will be calling
Nov.5 Chipley ........ H the signals. IHe led the juniorvarsityteam last
Nov. 12 Wakulla . ........ H year, which ended up with' an excellent record.
Nov. 19 Floridila i .gh ' H Sophomore Demetrie Thomas (5-7, 140), who
, . - . runsa 4.6 40, andsenior Tres Parker; (5-10i 185)
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WEWAHITCHKA'S FIGHTING GATORS - Pridgeon, Ed Baxley, Jeff Whitfield, Gary Cox Mark Stevens, Kevin Bostick, Chris Thomas, Bubba Williams, Bobby McDonald, Jason Whit- Luthus Hand, Charles Fortner and Gary Speights,
Front row, left to right: Robbie Knowles, Danny and Jesse Sheffield. Second row, from left: Joe: Zebede Addison, Jeff Lanier and Bobby Shipman. field, Jerry Gray, Andrew Gainer, Darron Scott, coaches. -Star photo
cCorveyCliford Wiley, Jerry Rhames, Mark Michelotte, David McDaniel, Shannon Ward, Back row, from left: Bobo Owens, head coach, Walt Bowers, Bud Pridgeon, Vernon Bryant,




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: -Wewahitchka's "Gators" expect to have a and don't
good year this season after having considerable someone h
success last year and missing the state play-offs' Owens
. by 'only one defeat. That defeat, to Baker, last year, a
knocked the Gators out of contention after having hung up. Si
, . ' and Owens
oneof their better seasons. team by tl
';~ The Gators are scheduled to open up with This se
SApalachicola Friday night on the home field. Last head coac
Syear, the Gators opened with the oystermen and complete g
came home with a 40-0 drubbing of their Franklin most comp
County ri vals. . - with eig
':itHead Coach Bobo Owens, who resigned at the defense.
end of last season, says his team will be "a typical Of cou
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iurt, we're hurt all over".
was "hurting" at the end of the season
nd decided to hang it up before he was
since that time, his health has improved
'shas.asked for reinstatement to the
ie School Board.
eason could be one of Owens' easiest as
h of the Gators. He has nearly a
roup of returning starters - one of the
lete corps of returnees in the Big Bend
gt on offense and seven returning on

rse, the Gators don't have Tim Price,
lliams and Steve Stripling returning,


but there are other assets which make his future After graduation of his premiere running,
promising. backs last year, Owens is depending on Vincent
Last year, the Gators only humiliation came Jones, Jerry Gray and Andrew Gainer to carry
at the hand of Baker, late in the season, who the load. Guards Bobby McDonald and Verno,".
lumped the Gators 50-0. Up 'until that time, the Btyant, split, end Kevin Bostick and Shannon.
Gators had been hard for others to handle. Ward at tackle will shore up the Gator line with
Coach Owens is optimistic about this season. experience.


"We could have another great season if we stay
healthy", he said. "We came through last season
intact, and we want to keep that going."
The Gator schedule this year is exactly the
same as last year, with one exception. The Gators
have dropped Panama City Christian School from
their schedule. The Gators will play a nine game
schedule and have one open date.


Jones, Gray, Bryant and Bosfick will help out
on defense. Also returning will be sophomore.
linebacker Luthus Hand and senior defensive:
back Darion Scott and tackle Keith Pridgeon.
Senior Chris Thomas will be the quarterback.
Jones will punt and Zeb Anderson will kick the:
extra points and field goals.


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Sept. 10 Apalachicola ... H
Sept. 17 Cottondale ...... H
Sept. 24 Port St. Joe ...... H
Oct. 1 Sneads ......... A
Oct. 8 Blountstown ..... A
Oct. 15 Century......... H
Oct. 22 OPEN
Oct. 29 Baker .... :.. . .. A
Nov. 5 Freeport ........ A
Nov. 12 Ernest Ward ..... H
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row, from left: Jeff Clayton, Robert Taylor, Keith.:
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Port St. Joe's defense will be its strength !
which has been shown in the jamborees. Thlerie i
are three returning starters - senior tackles Jay
Lynn (6-3, 245) and Mike Walding (5-8,185) and
junior nose guard Adrian Lewis (5-11,195).
Maddox expects to start 10 sophomores.
Last year, the Sharks also opened the season
with the Walton High team and came home with a
27-0 defeat. This year, the Sharks start :with the
DeFuniak Springs group on their own turf it
Shark Stadium. Game time is 8:00 before the
friendl�crowds which follow the Sharks. Coac
Maddox feels his strong defense and quick offes
will turnJhe situation around. this year. :
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Becomes Bride Of Steven Lawrence


Keen Agers To Meet


The Keen Agers Craft Club
will resume meeting at .the
Beach Baptist Social Room,
St. Joe Beach on Thursday,
September 16th.
Planq for activities for the


new year will be made follow-
ing a pot luck lunch at 1:00
p.m.
Persons in the beach com,
munities 55+ years are cor-
dially invited..


Margardt Cherry McCain
and Steven Warren Lawrence
were married September 4 in.
Port St. Joe. The single ring
ceremony was performed by
' Dr. John Stuart at, the First
Presbyterian Church.
The bride's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin A. McCain of
Port St. Joe. Her grandpa-
Srents are Mr. and Mrs. Jay
S Dickey, Sr. of Pine Bluff,
Arkansas, and Mrs. Marian
S MCain Liston of Little Rock,
Arkansas.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Law-
rence of Murfreesboro, Ten-
S nessee. His grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lawrence
of Buchanan, Tennessee, Mrs.
Christine Durdin of Paris,.


Tennessee, and the late Mr.
Samual T. Matthews.
Nuptial music was perform-
ed by Mrs. Ferrell Allen,
organist, and Mrs. James
Harrison, soloist.
Given in marriage by her,
father, the bride wore a
romantic white on white strip-
ed organza dress featuring a


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double ruffled plunging neck-
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bodice. A wide sashed waist
completed a richly flowing
skirt.
A wide brimmed hat made
of white organza and accented
by a white silk baby orchid
surrounded with baby's
breath, complemented the


Georgia and later reside in
Knoxville, Tennessee. The
bridegroom is employed by
Valley Machinery Cdrpora-
tion. The bride will attend her
senior year at the University
of Tennessee.
Out of town guests from
Pine Bluff, Arkansas were
Betty and Jay Dickey, Mrs.
Ann White and daughter,
Allyson, and Phillip Dunklin,
now residing in Atlanta, a
graduate student in Industrial
Management at Georgia.
Tech: Rob Sanders; Jeff Tam-
bornini and Eddie Miller from
Murfreesboro, Tennessee;
Ginger Menzies and Jud Pan-
key from Memphis, Tennes-
see; Jay Williams and Lisa
Bradley from Nashville, Tn.;
James Fowler from Harri-
man, Tn.; Holly Harrington
from Dyersburg, Tn; Pete
Brown, Joy Boyd, and Mark
Graham from Columbia, Tn.;
and Katie Mason from Backs-
burg, Va.


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Wesley Atkin's Enjoy 25th

Anniversary Reception


A dinner party was given by
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dotson, Mr.
and Mrs. John Woodfin, and
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Mea-
ghers in Murfreesboro, Tn. on
July 31.
An engagement party was
hosted August 6 in Murfrees-
boro by Mr. and Mrs. James
Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Richardson. Mr. and Mrs.
George Haynes, and Mr. and
Mrs. Leland Jennings:
A patio supper was held
SAugust 7. It was hosted by
Brad and June Miller, Ebby
; and Betty Miller and Eddie
Miller in Murfreesboro.
Mrs. Betty May and Mrs.
Jane Allen hosted a luncheon
August 3 at,the Gulf Sands
Restaurant on St. Joe Beach,,
August 11. Mrs. Frances Mer-
chant, Mrs. Virginia HarrispnI
Mrs. Jeanne McDermott and
Mrs. Phyllis Altstaetter host-
ed a luncheon at the Cheese
Barn.in Panama City's Mini,
Mall.
IREN LAWRENCE . Mrs. Ida Copenhayer served,
gown.A .b reouquet sof . White the bride and. her friends
ose, baby's beath and tiny branch August 17.Mrs. Ann
roaes, berabs beath andst tinyShoaf entertained Margaret
lavender bows with streamers and her friendsat a luncheon
completed her ensemble. in her home on August 25.
The roses carried by the The bride'sbrunchwas held
bride, bridesmaids, church newp.e sbru. the .whd






rrfamily and reception pictures. q 4 the Gulf4nds
rrangemenfs and recep Restaurant. It wa hosted~y
were donated by Mary and M:;s y Dickey, Sr., the
Earnie Hendricks from Meri- .bride't grandmother,

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Altstaetter and Mrs. Fran ra oe r,
Served as best man Usher- A re l d r ws h.
groomismen were Marki - h ai September at the Fish House
rence, brother of the groom, Restaurant on Mexico Beach.
John Dickey and Ted Dicken n ..^ .the
con thsie half shell wbride.. served
snew cypress dining room with
Following the ceremony, a. fresh' roses from the ienid-
reception was hostedby the rick's Rose Garden and laven-
bride'sfamily at their home. de ribbons tied around the
"Drop it quick." Ceptinapkins, an accent from- rs.
Jeanne McDermOtt acted as Janet King, one of the owners
house -hostess, with Mrs;. of the Fish House.
Frances Merchant assisting
the photographer in taking
family and group. pictures.
Mrs. Betty May and Mrs.
Ida Copenhaver attended the
bride's book; Mrs. Phyllis
Altstaetter and Mrs. Fran
Smith cut and served the cake.
Trish Tappern Mari Harrison,
Anna Shoaf and Julie Allen
served punch Fresh oysters
on the half shell were served
on the patio.
Mrs. Marvin Land, with the
help of Mrs. John Robert
Smith. directed.the wedding.
The bride's wedding bou-
quet was caught by Kelly
McCain, the bride's sister, and
their father was heard to say
"Drop it quick." CAROLYN LEE CARR
The couple will spend their
:honeymoon at Sea .Island,


, Helping serve at the recepr
tion were Mrs. Betty Barr,
Mrs. Maxine Money, Mrs.
Jean McClamma, Miss Carole
Smith, Mrs. Rita Todd, Mrs.
Sandra Raffield and Miss
Tracy McClain.
Among guests were several
from out of town including:
Miss Carole Smith, Anderson,
S.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Groom, Wewahitchka; Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Hartley,
Milton; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
Joe Atkins and Alana, Robert
and Lori Atkins, and Mrs.
Gloria Sanchez, all of Baton
Rouge, La.; and Mrs. Cindy
Tatum, Anderson, S.C.


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Sunday, September 5, at their
25th Wedding Anniversary re-
ception. Mr. and Mrs. Atkins
both wore pink roses which
was the color at their wedding
25 years ago.
.The reception was held at
the Fellowship Hall of the
First Pentecostal Holiness
Church. The Hall was de-
corated with pink and blue
flowers. At various places
were different pictures of the
Atkins family at important
events their life, including
their engagement photo, pic-
tures of their three children at
birth, and at the marriage of
their oldest daughter.
The afternoon was filled
with much warmth and joy as
many friends and relatives
came by to express their best
wishes.
:On :the evening of the
reception in a candle light
ceremony in the sanctuary of
the church the Atkins renew-
ed their marriage vows as
their children, Cindy, Charles
and Lisa stood by their sides.
The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Ernest A. Barr.

Carolyn Carr To

Wed In November
The engagement of Carolyn
Lee to William Henry Good-'
rich Phinizy was announced
over the weekend by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Henry Carr, of Sunset Circle,
at a party given by Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Carr, Jr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Strait.
Mr. Phinizy is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Henry Phini-
zy of Jacksonville.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Ford have
been living in Port St. Joe for almost
thirty years. They reside at 1019
| Woodward Avenue and have lived at
That address since moving here from
Apalachicola in 1953.
Mrs. Ford was the former Clifford
Morgan. In 1926 she met and two years
Slater married Mr. Ford..Mr. Ford had
'just accepted a job with the Apalachi-
cola Northern Railroad in Telogia, and
was looking for a place to stay. Mrs.
-Ford's mother, Mrs. Morgan, just
happened to run the only hotel in
Telogia and if was there that they met
and two years later they were married.
They hav een happily married since.
Folks, they have now:been married for
fifty-five years; that's longer than a lot
:of us live. They speak well for the
institution of matrimony.
S Mrs. Ford is a native of Florida, born
and raised in Bristol. Mr. Ford,
however, was born and reared in TyTy,
Georgia. Now TyTy is close to Moultrie


and not far from Tifton and just a short
piece from Sylvester- but it's closer to
Tifton. Mr. Ford said, "If you don't
know where TyTy is, you are not from
Georgia!" We know where it is now,
Mr. Ford, and we are awfully proud
that you don't still live in TyTy.
The Fords lived in Telogia until 1936
when Mr. Ford was transferred to
Apalachicola. They resided there until
1953 when he was again transferred to
Port St. Joe. In 1971, Mr. Ford retired at
the ripe young age of sixty-eight. That
makes his age seventy-nine and he
looks like he's about sixty-five. Mr.
Ford is proud of his age and has every
'right to be., He is still active with his
hobbies, golf, riding his bicycle and
fishing. The author is purchasing his
Western Flyer tomorrow!
Mrs. Ford is retired from the St.
Joseph Telephone and Telegraph Com-
pany and keeps busy cooking and with
her favorite pastime, doing church
-work. They are both members of the


SWriters Workshop


by Carol McCrite


Humor writer Carol Mc-
Crite, whose popular column'
about Panhandle life appears
S in the "Panama City News
Herald", will conduct a
writers' workshop at Gulf
,:' ; Coast Community College on,
Thursday, September 16.
The three-hour, non-credit
, workshop is called "Getting.


Into Print," and will cover the
basics of non-fiction article
writing and marketing. Hand-
outs of material covered will
be available for workshop
attendees.
McCrite's workshop will be
held in the G.C.C.C. Language
Arts Auditorium from 6 to'9
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, Sept. 9, 1982


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Long Avenue Baptist Church.
The Fords have one son, Tom, who is
a Vice President with St. Joe Paper
Company. They 'express great pride in
their son and his family, and rightly so!
The Tom Ford family is one of our most
outstanding and distinguished families.
It's trite, but true, "Like father, like
son!" We're sure Tom is equally proud
of his wonderful mother and father.
Mr. and Mrs. Ford consider them-r
selves fortunate to live in a town like
Port St. Joe. It is, however, the town
that is fortunate to have such wonderful
citizens as the Fords. They have given
so much, it is unlikely we can repay
'them.
There is one thing we can do. We can
all say top the Fords, "You are
wonderful, cordial 'and inspiring
people. We are extremely proud to have
you for friends and neighbors. May God
bless and keep you and may happiness
remain with you forever."


Learn How


To Start

A ,Business


A free two session course
called "Steps to Starting A
Business" will be offered by
Florida State University on
September 21 and 23 at'Gulf
Coast Community College.
The classes, which are co-
sponsored by the Small Busi-
ness Administration,.are sche-
duled from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in
Room 106, Learning Resource:
Center.
Prospective business own-
ers often make financial com-
mitments before determining
that their business proposal is
valid. This course is designed
to prevent that and to point out
the actions necessary to in-
Screase chances of success in a
new business.
Several handouts will be
provided. To reserve a seat,
call the FSU Small Business
Service Center at 763-0378.

Club'84 Ashore
Club 84 Ashore would like to
express their thanks and
appreciation to Costin's De-
partment Store for their part
in their recent fund raising.
effort.
Winner of the gift certificate
was Jim Norton.


- DIANE EVANS
".'MissMiss M issippi"
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CoMiusin of Loceant

Miss America Pageant


Miss Mississippi, Dianne.
Evans, is a first cousin of Judy
Gentry. Mrs. Monty Gentry, of
White City.
Dianne is talented in singing
and dances tapp, ballet and
:jazz. She won the "Most
Athletic Award" and a schol-
arship to William Carey Col-
lege in Hattiesburg, Moss.,
and has served as .a youth
counselor at a safety seminar


Ginger Nichole Taylor


at Mississippi State. She was
'"Miss Hospitality" -in her
home town, Taylorsville. She
was also selected for "Who's
Who Among American High
School Students" in 1978-79.
'Miss Evans is a 21-year-old
blue-eyed, brown-haired love-
ly representing the state of
Mississippi and will be repre-
senting her state in the Miss
America pageant on television
Saturday night.

Ginger Taylor

:s Cute One
SGinger Nichole Taylor re-
cently celebrated her first
birthday with a. Strawberry
Shortcake party. The party
was held at the home of her
great grandparents, George
and Lora Ramsey, on St.. Joe
�Beach.
Helping Ginger celebrate
was her granddad Houston
Ramsey, her Uncle Eddie,
Aunt Vickie and Uncle Jackie,
and her friends Reese Antley,
Cory .Peterson and Justin
Allen. :
Ginger is the daughter of
Marlen and Deanna Taylor.


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SERVICES
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MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00 A.M.
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Constitution Week
The Daughters of the American Revolution remind .
the people of this nation that next week marks the one
hundred ninety-fifth anniversary of the drafting of the
S- United States Constitution. The ideals upon which this
. document is based are reinforced each day by the suc-
cess of the system to which it gave birth. But the system
Cannot function without an enlightened public. Do you
" know your rights, freedoms, and duties under the
Supreme law of our land? Read your Constitution.
Constitution Week September 17 through 23. Display
the American Flag during Constitution Week, urges the
,St. Joseph Bay Chapter DAR, National Society of the
Daughters of the American Revolution.



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were honored with a party mark
For A Full Year the local box plant without a los
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Container Divisi


Passes Safety M

I Edwin A. McCain, General cause accidents."
, Manager, St. Joe Container Mr. Davis also pointed out
S company, Port St. Joe, an- the magnitude of this accom-
nomu-ed this week that the plishment. "This is over
,local pi&nt had passed- a 100,000 man-hours worked
S milestone in safety recogni- without a lost time accident.
Stion. "As of Friday, August 13, This is equivalent to a single
" 1982, our'plant has gone one man working fifty-seven (57)
full year without a lost time , years without an accident."
Accident. I want to say thank Include the office personnel,
- you and congratulations to all and he would have worked
.our employees for their excel- seventy-four (74) years. The
lent spirit of cooperation and office personnel were a part of
help in achieving this goal." this accomplishment, too," he
S Mackey Davis, Production 'was quick to point out.
Manager at the plant, echoed Mr. Davis also lauded the
- Mr. McCain's sentiments. "I truck drivers. "These men
S have never seen such spirit of logged close to 500,000 miles
� cooperation as our employees without a lost time accident.
exhibited during this mile-. That is something to be
.,t , stone.event. I would like to extremely proud of."
, recognize in particular the . The men will receive special
hourly employees 'for their recognition from the National
,; spirit of cooperation. It was Safety Council in Washington,
they who were careful toavoid D.C. and the Fibre Box
''situations in,the planit that Association for accomplishing


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African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C . Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... . 9-30 A M
MORNING WORSHIP . . 11.00 A.M
EVENING WORSHIP ..... 6.00 P.M
"God Our Father. Christ Our Redeemer.
-Man Our Brother"



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METHODIST CHURCH
Corner 4th & Parker Ave.
Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL.. 1000 A M
MORNING WORSHIP 11 00 A M
EVENING WORSHIP .. .. . 6 00 P M
WEDNESDAY .... 7 30 Prayer Meetings
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THURSDAY, Sept. 9, 1982


Board Offically Sets Budget: $6.7Million


In a session shortened by the
holidays and election day, the
Gulf County School Board,
gave final approval to its new
budget Tuesday afternoon in a;


regular session.
The Board approved a bud-
get which totals some $6.7
million with a tax levy of 5.878
mills for local funding. Th


budget reflected a small in-
crease over last year's $6.4
million budget; an increase
which was largely funded by
state money increases. Last


Fifth Quarter Fellowship


First Baptist Church will
host a "Fifth Quarter Fellow-
ship" for all young people
following the football game
against DeFuniak Springs this
Friday night, September 10.
This event is in conjunction
with the Port St. Joe Ministeri-
al Association, who will spon-
sor this type activity after
each home game of the
"Sharks".


This Friday refreshments
will be served, and the Walt
Disney feature length film
'entitled "Gus" will be shown.
The movie deals with a mule
who has the uncanny ability to
kick 100 yard field goals and is
the star of his football team.
It's a laugh a minute and
should provide a night of good
solid clean entertainment for
all that attend. Don Knotts and


Tim Conway are the stars,
along with Gus.
The fellowship and movie
are free, and any young.
person 7th-12th grade is in--
vited to attend. For parents
who pick their youngsters up,
the film has a running time of
96 minutes, and should begin
showing 30-45 minutes .after
the conclusion of the football
game.


Job Is to Rehabilitate, Not


ir Division, St. Joe Paper Com-
ment table last Friday as they
ing one fulJ year of operation for
t time accident. -Slar pnoto


ion


[ark


this goal.
General Foreman "Pat"
Patterson pointed out that
only four (4) other plants out
of nineteen (19) St. Joe
Container Company plants.
had accomplished this goal.
On Friday, September 3, a
small celebration was held at
the plant. Refreshments were
served and Mr. Davis present-
ed gifts to each employee for
their help in accomplishing
this goal.
In summation, Mr. McCain
stated, "I want to again say
thank you and congratulations
to each and every one of our
employees for their outstand-
ing spirit of cooperation in
accomplishing this goal. I
hope I can say the same thing'
next year at this time."


Incarcerate


Youth Counselor Jim Boze-
man spoke to the Rotary Club
last Thursday, outlining the
program available to youth
offenders in Gulf County
through the Division of Youth,
Services.
.Bozeman said his depart-
ment counsels youth who get
into trouble with the law or are
abused dependents, helping
them to straighten out their
lives. Bozeman said the em-'
phasis was on help rather than
incarceration, although the
department doesn't hesitate to
send a youthful offender to a
state institution' when his.
situation warrants it:.
Bozeman said :his depart-
ment had handled some 101.
cases thus far this year, with
mostly boys involved in the'
kind of trouble which attracts
the attention of the law
enforcement and his depart-
ment. "Very few' of our.
offenders are girls", he said.
Bozeman said the goal of his
department is to try to get a
child back into the system
with as little problem as
possible and preferably with-.
out a record if it can be.


Band Sends Out Call

For Missing Uiniform
Port St. Joe High School's "Band of Gold" is short of
uniforms. As a matter of fact, band director, Mr. Land,
says the situation is such that some of the band members
cannot be fitted out for the band's first appearance of the
season Friday night.
The band had new uniforms purchased just recently,
but some members have not turned them in from their
association with last year's band.
Director Land urges that parents of students who'
were band members last year and who have not turned
in their uniforms, please call the school office and advise
the band department.
At the last uniform purchase, two years ago, 100
uniforms were purchased. There are presently uniforms
for only 53 members of the marching band. The
remainder of the uniforms are hanging in someone's
closet and the band master would like to have them
turned in so the present band members may be outfitted.


Bike-A-Thon Being Put

Together for CF Drive


Port St. Joe will soon hold a
Bike-A-Thon to benefit child-
ren with cystic fibrosis, ac-
cording to Mrs. Jan Richard-
son, chairman for this year's
event.
"The Bike-A-Thon will in-'
volve riders of all ages who
acquire sponsors for the num-
ber of miles that they ride
over a prescribed course and
time," said Mrs. Richardson.
"'t's'both fun for the riders,
and a way to raise money for
research into cystic fibrosis, a
lung and digestive disease
which attacks children rob-.


bing them of breath and life.
The Bike-A-Thon is sche-
duled to be held at the track on
Long Avenue on Sept. 25. It
will begin at 9:00 a.m. and
everyone capable of riding a
bike is welcome to join the fun
,Prizes will be awarded to
the riders who collect the most
money for cystic fibrosis. In
addition, CF T-shirts will be
given to every rider who turns
in at least $25..
Sponsor sheets are available
now at local Elementary
Schools, or by calling Mrs. Jan
Richardson at 229-8164.


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managed.
Bozeman said his depart-
ment has had good success in
working with youths in the
county over the years due to
the. close cooperation his de-
partment.receives from other


.agencies and private citizens
alike. "They make my job
easier", he said.
Guests of the club were
Judge Larry Bodiford of. Pan
ama City and Dr. Herbert
Garfield.


year's tax levy was 6.982
mills.
Wilder said the new, ap-
proved budget did not take
into consideration the two
percent reduction made last
week, in an emergency ses-
sion, reducing state funds in
the local budget by the two
percent figure which had been
mandated by Governor Bob'
Graham a week earlier.
"The two percent reduction
was limited to only state
funds", Walter Wilder, Super-
intendent of Schools, said;
In other routine business
matters, the School Board
approved the results of an
audit on internal accounts;
approved of several mainten-
ance projects; approved a
supplemental pay program
and agreed to advertise for a
supervisory position which
will soon-be vacated: by
retirement.


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NOTICE OF HEARING ON

PROPERTY TAX RELIEF

AND TH E BUDGET",--.,

The City of Port St. Joe will receive an:

estimated $62,432.00 from the Local Govern-

ment Half-cent Sales Tax for the upcoming- i:,


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 I-

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

will be made at this hearing.


CITY OF PORT ST. JOE

L. A. Farris,

City Auditor/Clerk 2t9-2


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iSharks
.Port St. Joe's "Sharks"
:iinveiled an impressive de-
jenive squad in the jamboree
Jield. in .Blountstown last
iThursday night.
:3 The Sharks held both their
opponents to only one first
~down, but gave up scores to
: oth teams on plays which
should not have been scored
In the first period, the
Sharks met the Bristol Bull-
jogs and mounted an offense
vhich had the Sharks inside
"e Dogs 25 yard line three
times. All three times, the
Sharks came back empty-
�anded on the scoreboard.
* The 'Shark offense turned
4he ball over to the Bulldogs
three times - once on an
intercepted pass and twice on
~fimbles. It was one of the
iturn-overs which resulted in
:hle Bulldogs' six points.
' After the Bulldogs' intercep-
:tion, the Sharks collected a 15
.ard penalty, placing the Dogs
.J scoring position. But again
i he Shark defense rose up and,
bn third down, had the Bull-
ilogs in a third and 20
situation. The Dogs completed
a long "wing-and-a-prayer"


S vt. Kenneth W. Hutchinson

SMarine Private
':Hutchinson
: Pvt. Kenneth W. Hutchin-
son, a 1982 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, graduated
from Parris Island, S.C.,
SMIarine Corps Recruit Depot
on September 3.
His next destination is Aber-
deen Proving Ground, Md.,
where he will receive instruc-
tion'in the repair of tracked
vehicles.


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' Jamboree


pass which put six points on
the scoreboard for Bristol.
In the second appearance on
the field for the Sharks, the
defense was again holding the
Blountstown Tigers in check
while the offense tried to get
things together.
The two teams fought to a
scoreless tie, going into over-
time.
In the overtime play, the
Tigers were pushed back to a
fourth down and 20 situation,
when a misdirected play
broke loose for the Tiger
score.
The Sharks only sustained
drive came in. regulation time,
when they ground out 55
yards, using up eight minutes
on the clock.


The Sharks scored in the six points called back because
overtime period, but had the of an off-side penalty.



Emergency Medical

Technician Course

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 the
course, and express your interest. Ramsey may be
reached at 227-1768 or 227-1278.
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Does he or doesn't he use
Crest?
No matter. Whatever he
does or doesn't use, his teeth
are still in good enough shape
to make hamburger out of
whatever has the misfortune
to get inside the mouth of this
huge Tiger Shark.
The Gulf County answer to
"Jaws" was hooked off the
Number seven buoy in St.
Joseph Bay last Thursday
morning by Allen Gaddis and
fought for three hours before
he was landed.
The fishing party finally
landed the huge fish near the
sea buoy.
Gaddis, last year's shark
shark fishing champion in the
Mexico Beach fishing contest,
was on board the "Wahoo" .
along with Mike and Ronda
Vise when the huge fish was
caught..
Measuring some 12 feet and
six inches in length, the sharks
mouth was large enough for
the average person to place
his head inside with no trou-
ble. If the shark were alive,
one would be in trouble, no--
matter which part of his body
he stuck inside the month.
Vise was on an expedition to
catch a trophy for his mantle
at home. He figuresthe.jaws..
of this huge shark will suffice
as a trophy for anybody's
mantle!
The fishermen said the
shark was chasing an eight
foot "brother" when he was
spotted and hooked.
In 'the phqto, Gaddis, left,
and Vise, hold the mouth of the
big shark open to display his
.sharp' teeth.
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THANK YOU


I would -like to take this opportunity to thank
everyone who cast their vote for me for County
Commissioner, District Two, in the Primary Elec-
tion. I appreciate your support, and wish to ask for
your continued support in the Second Primary on
October 5.

If you voted for another candidate in the Primary, I
wish to ask for your consideration of my qualifica-
tions, and solicit your support and vote in the Se-
cond Primary.

If elected, I promise to continue serving Gulf
County with diligence and interest in the needs of
the people.



DOUGLAS C.


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I 1 WE MAY BE OLD
FAS)IIONED, BUTI



,We do believe that most people still appreciate that
special kind of service that today might be called "old-
S- fashioned." We don't think it is corny to greet a
. customer with a smile and'a friendly word. We don't
think it's wrong to help someone select the products
they want. We do think of ourselves as a personal
Siharmaey.
" Back in the "old days" the pharmacy was considered
a friendly place to shop for health necessities and other
needs. We like to feel that this old tradition has not
- passed by the wayside. Stop in soon and say hello.
*:' "A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
.with their prescriptions, health needs and other
pharmacy products. We consider this trust a
:. privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
family pharmacy?"


BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
F .. : Free Parking -Drive-In Window
^i . 229-8771 317 Williap(s Ave. Port St. Joe




OBITUARIES:


Peter Klope Is Taken

-. Mr. Peter Klope, 58, of five years.
::Mexico Beach, died early
. ]Mexico Beach, died early Survivors include: his wife,
Sunday morning at his resi- Margaret Elope of Mexico
ence. Mr. lope was a M. garret Mope of Mexico
' P.ence Mr. Klope was a. Beach; one son, Peter M.
: retired supervisor with the -Peter M.
Chrysler Corp. and had lived pe of Mexico Beach; one
In Mexico Beach for the past uexi , Ta thr loe
pas. Mexico'" Beach; 'three bro-
thers, James Klope and Gor-
^i.: Each human eyelash lasts dn 'Klope,. both of Mexico
" ,about 150 days. - Beach, and Mervin Klope of


.Mustangs to Host
. ,.

SFirst Home Game

SThe Constitution City Mus- game of the season this
.'tangs will host their first home Saturday night, Sept. 11, at
8:00 p.m. it Port St."Joe High
:B ikeL-A-Tho n for School Shark Stadium. They
will host the Birmingham-
. Suns of Birmingham, Ala.,
Cystic lFibrOSIS Tickets at the gate are $5.00
S ;-A Bik;e-A-Thon for Cystic' foradults, $2.50 for students.
X'-" Fibriis-- sponsored by tie Advance tickets are $4.00 for
4t ro Mexico Beach Kiwanis Club, adults, and $2.00 for students.
will be held Saturday, Sept. Advance tickets can be ob-
25th. Anyone interested may taid by ontacting Troy or
O pick up applicaffons at the Jean McMillian at 2296351
following places in -Mexico after 5 p.m., or Mr. and Mrs.
So Be~ch: Mauardt's riia, Adrian Gant at 229-6364 any-
":-". s Besch: Marquardt' Morr, e
;' haley's Grocery Store, and tlme.
. Cathey's Hardware. .- -' The Concession Stand will
':". Grand prize is a black and be operated by the Port St. Joe
w;' white portable TV, other priz- Band Boosters Association,
es.to be given are a fishing with proceeds to go towards
reel, and 24 pair of boys-aiid purchasing new uniforms for
, girls sun glasses. All contest- the band.
.. nts who turn in over $25 in
S donations Will receive an Everyone is invited to
" official Bike-A-Thon T-shirt. attend and support thd Band
' Refrehments will be served .Boosters and the Semi-Pro
/ to all' contestants. " Football Team.


S7irl ,lted leh/l odtiI ChLurch
Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ..................-..... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. .................. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ....................... 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR.REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M.



S'First

Presbyterian Church
^., *' Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
f, .. . Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE . ........... 10:00 A M.
ADUI.T SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00 A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday - 7:00-7.45

|' .Welcome to Everyone
. JOHN M.STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857




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"Salute to America"


Theme of AARP Dinner


Everyone is cordially in-
vited to attend "A Salute to
America", sponsored by the
Saint Joseph Bay Chapter of
the A.A.R.P. It will be held
this Saturday, September 11,
at the Port St. Joe High
School, beginning at lz:30'
E.D.T. The Chapter will also
be given its charter from the,
National A.A.R.P. at this
time.


Dinner will be served
promptly at 12:30, followed by
an excellent program which
will provide-much enjoyment.
for those present. It will
include the Naval R.O.T.C.
Color Guard, the Port St. Joe
High School Band, the "Toe
Tappers" from Tyndall Air
Force Base in patriotic cos-
tumes, the College Ensemble
from Gulf Coast College under


Housing Work


income. If this causes his rent to go up,
he must pay it up to the 30 percent of
income. The agency pays the remaind-
er.
Kelly said presently, renovations
under this program are averaging
some $10,000 per unit and is repayable
up to 15 years. "We guarantee payment

Fir



by Death The
Port S
Michigan; and two sisters, Kegley
Vera Monroe and Helen Eo- and Y
valdi, both of Michigan. serving
Serviceswere held Wednes- at the
day at 10:30 a.m. EDT at the DeFun
Beach Baptist Chapel with assume
Rev. William Smith officiat- tober 3
ing.- Brial was in Holly Hill be mo'
Cemetery, Port St. Joe. tember
. All services were under the
direction of Gilmore Funeral Mr. I
Home, Port St. Joe. sippi C


the direction of Nornian J.
Hair, an inspiring patriotic
message on the theme of "For
God and Cbuntry" by Brother
Si Mathison, and a number of
other surprises
There will be no charge for
the diner and the program,
but those attending will' be
given an opportunity to contri-
bute as "The Hat" is passed.
You are urged to come early


WWP

on acreage owned by
Paper Company, acr
Gulf County Canal fi
plant.
Paper Company o
who have agreed to us
land for the spoil si
expressed a desire to
permit secured befi
effluent is placed
property.
Dr. Jones said it woe
some 60 days or r
secure the permit.
The Commission
Jones (who has only x
assumed the duties of
with the. City from a


S(Continued from Jones.,
W1Page 1) ': Dr. Jones then asked the
W O K- City .to work- up a joiht
work-shop meeting with lhis
firm and DER to. work out a
St. Joe member of his firm) that the definite schedule and to make
ross the City has intentions of paying initial approaches toward get-
rom the cash for the work as it is done. ting the City's requirements.
Mayor Frank Pate told Jones for the plant reduced. "I feel
officials, the City has interest income DER has erred in setting your
se of the which will pay for the project, limits and if we .can prove it,
te have but that it will have to be you will have no problem ipi
have a spread over a three year getting them relaxed", Dr.
ore the period in order to be able to Jones said.
on the haire the income to make In the meantime, the City is
payments. "We . have the going to proceed with the
uld take approval of DER to follow this projects DER has said they
nore to time table", Mayor Pate told wanted done to the local plant.


advised
recently
working
former


(Continued from Page 1)


over a 15 year period', Kelly said. The
program is financed by Housing and
Urban Development and is operated by
the State of Florida. The City has: on
obligation to the program except to
Support it initially by resolution.
PROGRAM TO START
Kelly gave no indication as to just

rst Baptist Church Calls


)n Kegly As Music Minister:


First Baptist Church of
t. Joe has called Ron
as Minister of Music
outh. He is presently
g in the same capacity
First Baptist Church.
iak Springs, and will
e his duties here Oc-
. He and his family will
ring the week of Sep-
S 26.
Kegley attended Missis-
'ollege, Clinton, Miss.


and Baptist Bible Institute in
Graceville. He has served
churches in Georgia, Missis-
sippi, and Florida, and has
been at First Baptist Church,
DeFuniak Springs, since June,
1975.
The new music and youth
minister is married to Paula
Combest of Laurel, Miss. They
have one son, Ron, Jr. who is
nine and the Kegleys are
expecting another child in
March.


Benefit Tennis Tourney


The Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. in Port St. Joe, will
sponsor a Mental Health Bene-
fit Tennis Tournament on
September 18 & 19, (Singles)
and September 25 & 26,
(Doubles). This will be a
singleelimination tournament

Church Groups

Raising Funds
The Oak Grove Assembly of
God Missionett Department is
having a fund raising drive
from Sept. 6th-Sept. 18th. They
will be taking orders for items
in the Tom-Wat showcase.
There is something for every-
one, as this year's collection
has 31 different items, includ-
ing useful household items as
well as a nice selection of gift
ideas. Start your Christmas
shopping early.
If you would like to see this
outstanding selection at very
reasonable prices, please call
Agnek'Bllis at 227-1778 any-
time, or Ann Ballard at
229-6154 after 6 p.m., and they
will send someone to your
home 'or business. They will
also be glad to demonstrate to
any church group or organiza-
tion. Payment for orders will
be due upon delivery of your
order approximately the first
week in October..Your order
will be greatly appreciated.

State Citizens

Fighting CF
Concerned citizens through-
out Florida will join together
this fall in the fight against
cystic fibrosis. National CF
Week is September 19-25.
According to the Founda-
tion's Executive Director,
Susan Murtland, Joe Whaley
of Mexico Beach will hold fund
raising events in his com-
munity.
Anyone interested in helping
Mr. Whaley may contact him
at 648-5691. or call the Florida
Chapter collect at 904-725-1151.



Well With


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Flood - Bonds - Mutual Funds

8:30 til 6:00 Monday through Friday


221 Reid Avenue


Phone 227-1133


We are HERE to Service What We Sell


ROY SMITH, Agent


FRANK HANNON. Agent


with a consultation bracket
and first and second places in
each event. Events will in-
clude: Men's Singles and
Doubles, Women's Singles and
Doubles, and Mixed Doubles..
All events will be scheduled at
the Eighth Street Tennis
Courts in Port St. Joe.
Entry fees will be $8.00 plus
one can of balls for Singles and'
$12.00 per team plus one can of.
balls for Doubles. Proceeds
from the tournament wifl
benefit mental health ';-$i
grams in Gulf County.,Entry
forms are available th-*ought
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. in Port St. Joe or
through the Tournament 'Di-
rector, Ralston Lynch. The

College'

Night At

HiSchool"
The Port St. Joe.High School
Guidance Department is spon-
soring College Night, 1982 on
September 21, from 6:30 to
8:30 P.M., EDT. The activities
are to be in the Commons Area
of Port St. Joe Junior-Senior
High School on Niles Road,
Port St. Joe.
More than forty colleges and
institutions of higher educa-
tion and training, including
vocational-technical schools
have agreed to have represen-
tatives present to share with
students and their parents the
opportunities offered by their
institution.
All junior and senior high
school students and their
parents are cordially invited
to attend.

Class Selling

Shark Frisbees
The welding class VICA club
will be selling "Shark" fris-
bees this Friday night at the
football game between the
Sharks and DeFuniak Springs
at Shark Stadium;.
The public is asked to help
the welding class earn money
for their club jackets by
buying a frisbee from one of
its members at the gate or in
the stands during the game.

Rifle Club

MeetingToday
The regular monthly meet-
ing of the Gulf Rifle Club will
be at 7:30 P.M., September 9,
at the Centennial Building.
All members and guests are
urged to attend. Activities for
the coming months are on the
agenda.
All hunters are reminded to
zero their rifles and shotguns
before going into the field. All
facilities are available at the.
Range. The monthly trap
shoot will be held at 2:00 P.M.,
Sunday, Sept. 12. Twelve
gauge ammo will be available.
Come out and sharpen up the
eye for dove season.


1 .'^ ': .' -l M . .


Guidance Clinic can be con-
tacted at 227-1145 between 8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (E.S.T.)
weekdays. Mr. Lynch can be
contacted at 648-5875 after
hours and on weekends. All
entry forms and fees must be
sent to the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc., 311
Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456. Entry deadlines
are: September 15 for Singles
and September 22 for Doubles.



Public Notices

NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING BUDGET
Notice is hereby given that the Board of
Clly Commissioners, ol Porl St Joe.
Florida. will Oe In session on September
09. 1982. at 530 P.M, al Ihe Municipal
Building, lor Ihe purpose of hearing hom
any person or persons Ihal wish Ihe op-
porlunllty to make oral and wrllten sug-
gestions regarding possible uses of
revenue sharing luns,. to.wit
Balar.ceon Hand .. . S -0-
Anilclpaled Revenue
F/ 8283 . ... . 70.20000
Anticipated Interest
FIY 82183 ... 1.00000


TOTAL REVENUE
ANTICIPATED
Isi L A. Farris,
Clly AudltorlClerk


S.. $71.200.00

2t9-2


NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
NOTICE IS'HEREBY GIVEN tnat the
governing board ol Ihe DEAD LAKES
WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT shall
meet in special session at the County
Commissioners Meeting Room, Gull
County Courthouse. Port St Joe. Florida.
at 200 P.M Eastern Daylight Savings
Time. on In 131h day of Seplember, 1982,
lo Ithe purposG ot considering all mailers
pellaining to repair. maintenance. replace.
ing and opening of the water control
gales at Ihe Dead LaKes dam, and lor all
olner purposes concerning said dam
DATED this 23rd oay or August. 1982.
HONORABLE JERRY GATES
EX OFFICIO SECRETARY
DEAD LAKES VATER MANAGEMENT
DISTRICT
/s/ Jerry Gates ' 21tc9-2
: BID NO. W.W.T.P. 168A
The City ol Poll St Joe Floaida ,e.
quests bids or 2 - 15KV Direcl Burial
'Cables, 1 Control Cable Direct Burial
Cable and .1 Instrument DIrect Burial
Caboe Specilcallons may be obtained
from Ihe City Clerk's Ollice. P. O. Box A,
Port St Joe. Florida 32456 Bid opening
w i b nhela at ihe regular City Commis-
sion Meating on Seolember 21, 1.982.
CITY OF PORT ST:.JOE ' "
/sl L. A. Farrs,.
CityAuditor/Clerk , -2tc9-2,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE- STATE OF
FLORIPA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
SARAH E. SENK.ahd SOPHIA D. WEBB,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
STEPHEN M. HAYES and TERRY M.
NALL,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: STEPHEN M. HAYES
TERRY M. NALL
FORT DEPOSIT, ALABAMA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose the mortgage on the
following property in Gulf -County,
Florida:
Lot 21. Block 36, City of Port St. Joe,
according to the official map or plat
on file in the Office of Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court-of Gulf County, Florida.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any, to it. on Fred N. Witten,
Attorney for Plaintiffs, whose address is
408 Long Avenue. Port St. Joe, Florida
and whose post office address Is P. 0.
Box 447, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, on or
before SEPTEMBER 30 .1982, and file the
original with the Clerk on the Court, either
before service on Plaintiff's Attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you fdr the
relief sought In the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on September 3, 1982.
JERRY GATES.
CLERK OF COURT.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA-
By: Is/ Tonya Knox. Deputy Clerk


when the program would get underway
but indicated that the Department of
Community Affairs was anxious to get
approval immediately so they could get
the program into motion. He ,said a
public hearing would be scheduled:
before actual renovation of housing is:
started.


GulfCounty


School

Menu
Monday, September 13
Tuna salad, cheese stick,
yams, peas, crackers, pud-
ding and milk.
Tuesday, September 14
Country fried steak, mashed
potatoes, carrot-raisin salad,
rolls and milk.
Wednesday, September 15
Hot dogs, orange juice,
baked beans, cake and milk.
Thursday, September 16
Fish, French fries, broccoli,
cornbread and milk.
Friday, September 17
Spaghetti and meat sauce,
tossed salad, green beans,
rolls and milk.

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


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Get ready for the first
phase of dove season,
October 2. by outfitting
yourself with new hunt-
ing apparel.


Hunting Apparell
In Camouflage Colors
* Caps * Socks * Jackets


2-Pc. Hunting
Suits
' T-Shirts
; * Ponchos
'.* Vests (Reversible
"in orange




The Athletic House
323 Reid Avenue Phone 229-6805


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Transport� Wide Oval Deluxe Champ
polyester cord
95 Quality, dependability and
$6 9 Ismooth ride make the bias-
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Tubeless Blrckwa!l, s eling tire.
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Plus $3.34 F.E.T 1et ip1 y . F.
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for all light trucks and vans. ---2
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excellent stability, smooth ride, F78-14 3 2.12
and sway resistance. Aggressive 7814 41.
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traction on any ropd, wet or dry. H78-1S 44.96 2.54
Shock-fortified 100%.nylon body. L78,15 46-.6 2.7
Available in many popular sizes. 5-rib tread. Other sizs. loo.
If we should sell out of your size, we'll give you a "raincheck"'
assuring later delivery at the advertised price.


PATE'S SERVICE


216 Monument Ave.


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8:00 P.M. - Shark Stadium




"Sharks" vs. DeFuniak Springs


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Adults


$250


Students $100


VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Standing, from left: Cathy Rish, Marcia Stoutamire, Traci McClain, Pam
Sanborn, Lisa Whaley and Trish Tapper. In formation from left, Vicki Barlow, Staci Angerer and
LatriciaAllen. Cassandra Thomas is shown in front. -Star photo


1982 SHARKS- Front row, left to right: Greg Gathers, Michael Pittman, Demitre Thomas, Michael Quinn, Sidney
Harris, Jimmy Walding, Billy Williams and Michael Walding. Second row, from left: Jack Collinsworth, manager,
Brad Bowen, John Miller, Willard Paul Gilbert, Walter Seabrook, Charles Wood, Richard Ramsey, Adrian Lewis,
manager Danny McGee. Third row, from left: Kesley Colbert and John Hicks, coaches, Terry Woullard, John
Jenkins, Seth Howell, Marty Russ, Chris Butts, Tres Parker, Derek Fields, manager and Shaw Maddox, head
coach. Back row, from left: Jeff Clayton, Robert Taylor, Keith Jones, Lee McMillan, Jay Lynn and Mitch Burke.
- . .r --Star photo


Varsity Schedule


Sept. 11
Sept. 17
Sept. 24
Oct. 1
- Ot. 15
Oct. 22
Oct. 29
Nov. 5
Nov. 12
Nov. 19


Walton High .....
Havana ........
Wewahitcha .....
Apalachicola ....
"BlbuntstoWn .....
Open
Bonifay .........
Chipley ........
W akulla . ........
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Support the Merchants Listed on This Page. They Support Our Team, School and Community.


Aline's Coiffures, Inc.
315 Williams Merle Norman Cosmetics'

The Athletic House
323 Reid Ave. Phone 229-6805
Wayne & Kay Parrlsh. Owners

BADCOCK
Home Furnishings Center
201 Reid Avenue Phone 229-6195

C. E. BASIC
We Back The Sharks!

Beach Lumber Co.
Call 648-5014 for All Your Building Needs

BOYLES
Shoes for the Family
Clothing for Ladies & Children

Butler's Rest. & Lounge
Come by After the Game' Phone 227-1386


Buzzett's Drug Store
Your Rexall Store Plenty of Free Parking
317 Williams Ave. Phone 229-8771


Campbell's Drug Store
S:.Home of Friendly Service
Call 227-1224 - Nights & Holidays 648-5071


Carr's Auto Sales
Phone 229-6961


Citizens's Federal Savings
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Phone 227-1416

Comforter Funeral Home
Wewahitchka 639-2271 Port St. Joe 227-1818.

Costin Insurance
Your Independent Agent
Call 229-8899

COSTIN'S
Q: ality at Savings Phone 229-8716

Danley Furniture Co.:
The Greatest Place On Worth

David Rich's IGA
SCstomers Are Our Greatest Asset
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka

THE DECORATOR DEN
Complete Floral Service 227-1862
Margaret and Tim Ard 229-8816 * Jacque
Yeager 229-6056

Driesbach's Cleaners
Pick-Up and Delivery

Earley's Hardware
SHwy. 98 - Highland View Phone 229-8232

Florida 1st National Bank
at Port St. Joe Phone 229-8282

Gilmore Funeral Home
Dignified, Professional Service
Port St. Joe 229-8111 Wewa 639-5602


Hedy's Florist
l Flowers for Every Occasion

Hannon Insurance
and Real Estate 227-1133

Highland View Motors
: 603 Hwy, 98 at Highland View

K&D TV &Sound
SYour RADIO SHACK Dealer

Miller Agency, Inc.
Chevron Products Phone 229-8081

Pate's Service Center
Firestone & Michelln Tires 227-1291

Pauline's
Specializing In Honiemade Desserts
and Noon Buffet

PERRY'S PIZZA
SAnd Amusements
Video Game Room and Sandwiches
S107 Second Street

Piggly Wiggly
Homeowned and Operated.
For Greater Savings- Phone 227-1728

Raffield Retail Market
Phone 229-6877

Ralph & Henry's Chevron
113 Monument Ave.i Phone 227-1453

Renfro Auto Parts
Phone 229-6013


Roche Furniture
209 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1730

SAVEWAY -
iWe Specialize In Iowa Corn Fed Beef
and Fresh-As-Possible Produce

SEARS
LEON POLLOCK, Authorized Catalog
, Sales Merchant

St. Joe Auto Parts
, NAPA Phone 229-8222

St. Joe Drugs
Call 227-1723 for Prescription Needs

St. Joe Furniture
and APPLIANCE CO. Phone 227-1251

St. Joe Hardware
Whirlpool Appliances Phone 229-8028

St. Joe Motor Co.
Phone 227-1336'

St. Joe Natural Gas
Gas Is Naturally Better Phone 229-8831

St. Joseph Bay Florist
Flowers for That Happy Occasion
Call 229-8343

Smith's Shell
225 Monument Open 7:30 A.M..to
11 P.M. '


SUB SHOP
Come By For A Snack - Phone 227-1323

Terry's Fried Chicken
Call 229-6263 for Fast Service
Before and After the Game

Thames Jewelers
Watches - Diamonds - Gifts
for All Occasions

Western Auto
S Your Tire center
David B. May .Phone 227-1105
Join the Winning Team at

Wewahitchka State Bank
Phone 229-8226


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. is contraption is what all t
.V over in St. Joseph Bay.
It Is a scallop drag.
' The top end of the metal
' attached to a boat and the part sitt
. ground, rests on the bottom of the b
S boat moves along, the net extends I
'. -of the drag as the forward motion
billows it out. The bottom metal e
,.. frame around the net scoots along I
Vb". 'lf'the bay, causing the scallops to i
get into the net. The commercial
S say many of the scallops get arou
and are never caught. Sportsmen t

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1''and urged Congress to pass a
'tax package which would raise Fl
51'l00 billion oser the next three W
. years. Subsequently, the bill th
.,' - passed the House by a vote of
N`, '226-207 and was approved by 2
*the,Senate with a 52-47.m.rgirn V2
n -Au, ,gus "9/
' siderable thought and review of
H.R. 4961, .1 decided to vote
against this measure. Although
.' ..' . On applaud the President's effons
t 'o close cbeporate tax
S loopholes, I believenthal the bill
;', placed unfair additional t a
burdens on lower- and middlb-
tincome Americans. Let me
'. b e' fly describe those provisions
W' ' which I believe will hurt those
who need ,more tax relief, not
: more taxes!
"-.i ', Firsr, this legislation will
'.. .force approximately 60 million
- t Jividend and interest recipients
to file exemption certificates.
Withholding will also force over
50,000 financial institutions to
. spend one billion dollars to im-
plement the system and a billion
or more annually to maintain it.,
I feel that these provisions will
only lead to more red tape and
- less incentive for individuals to
save.
' ' Secondly, H.R. 4961 cuts
, the amount oi allowable-
'' medical expense deductions and
'. eliminates the deduction for
S medical insurance premiums. I
believe that this provision un-
fairly penalizes those who incur
S large medical bills due to fam-
.'" ily illness. Families with
members who are diabetic,
': handicapped or who suffer
from chronic illness will be par-
ticularly hurt by H.R. 4961.
'-' Thirdly, as of January 1,
1983 both military and civilian
i' employees of the federal
", government will be Itaed 1.30
; of their wages during 1983 and
* "' "1984; 1.35% of their wages in
1985; and I.45''o of wages
received after December 31,
S 1985 for Medicare eligibility.
' Extending the Medicare lax to
federal employees is merely
double taxation for essentially
the same benefits federal retirees
'. already receive if they are
enrolled in the federal employee
, health insurance system.
' ! Aside from these provisions,.
j,' I had several other objections to
the bill including: the increase of
aviation fuel lax from 4 cents a
S gallon to 12 cents a gallon; the
increase in the federal telephone


tax from Io to 307; and the in-
-: crease of tax on airline
passenger tickets from 501 to
8q.
Although I did not concur
with the Administraton on this
measure, I look forward to
working with the President to
reduce federal spending.
Ultimately, economic prosper-
ity will be brought about
through a smaller federal
government in Washington and
not increased taxation. I know
the President will agree with me
on this point.


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, Sept. 9, 1982


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Thrifty Recipes" Handed, Down

From Mothers To Daughters,


Thrift and ingenuity have
played important roles in
American domestic life since
early Colonial times. Eight-
eenth century housewives
made use of even the tiniest
scraps of fabric in patchwork
quilts that were both beauti-:
ful arid warm. Their walls were
stenciled with decorative pat-'
terns as an alternative to ex-
pensive imported wallpapers;
Because few cookbooks
were available, they recorded
their recipes in notebooks
which were handed down
from mother to daughter for
generations.
Today there is renewed
interest in the merits of con-


servation and thrift. Amor.
-the favorite recipes that
twentieth century mothers
have passed along to their
children - and to each other
- is the one for Best Ever
Meat Loaf.
First developed by home
economists at Campbell Soup
Company nearly three decades
ago, this versatile dish is
still appealing. Like most
Imeat loaves, it provides an
easy way to stretch ground
Ibeef. But its lasting popular-
ity is due to its imaginative
use of ingredients
Condensed soup,' for ex-
ample, adds lively flavor and
moistness as it helps to bind


A Scallop Drag

he fuss is the drags say the contraption captures all
scallops in its path as well as tears up the
grassy bottom of the bay, causing it to
frame is become uninhabitable by small sea creatures
Aig on the which are growing in the south end of the bay.
bay. Asthe The drags are a point of serious
to the rear contention in St. Joseph Bay as conflicting
of the boat claims of sportsmen and commercial scal-
dge of the lepers are at odds about the results in the bay
thebottom from dragging the contraptions over the
i'&p i aid grassy bottom.
scallopers The drags are illegal in the bay from
nd the net April 1 to September 1, after which they are


opposed to


legal.


NASHINGTON

WITH


EARL


HUTTO

**;*******
X BILL
orida Orange Crisps
Mrs. Dan Mica, wife
orida's Representative Ir
est Palm Beach, submit
e recipe for this week.

cups presifted flour
teaspoon baking powder
Sfeaspeon. baking-soda


--tar pnoto


Best-Ever Meat Loaf has been a family tradition for decades.


* !,. teaspoon sail
* 2'3 cup shortening
* 2 tablespoons grated orange
* rifld
S i'2 cup brown sugar
1 -.3 cup granulated sugar
* I egg
Preheat oven to 4000. Grease
* baking sheets. Onto piece of
'* waxed paper sift together flour,
* baking powder, baking soda,
* and salt. Cream together
* shortening, orange rind and
sugars in mixing bowl until light
and fluffy. Add egg; beat well.
Gradually add flour mixture;
blend thoroughly. Shape dough
of in ; inch balls; place about 3
om inches apart on baking sheets.
ted Flatten with fork tines, making
crisscross pattern with fork.
Bake in preheated oen for 6 to
8 minutes, or until light brown.
r . Makes about 5 dozen. Suitable
for freezing.


the meat mixture together.
Part of the soup also becomes
a savory pour-on sauce when
blended into the pan drip-
pings. Depending on your
tastebuds and the contents
of your cupboard, you can
choose cream of mushroom,
golden mushroom or tomato
soup to achieve these great
results.
For a dramatic variation,
place refrigerated crescent din-
ner rolls over the meat loaf
for the last 15 minutes of
baking and you've made deli-
cious Meat Loaf Wellington.
Either way you prepare it,
you'll enjoy a satisfying en-
tree that's interesting, inex-
pensive and just plain good.
Best Ever Meat Loaf
1 can (10 3/4 ounces)
condensed Cream of
Mushroom, Golden
Mushroom or Tomato
Soup '
2 pounds ground beef
1/2 cup fine dry bread
crumbs
1/3 cup finely chopped
.onion '
S1 egg, slightly beaten
.1 teaspoon salt
1/3 cup water
Mix. thoroughly 1/2' cup
soup,., beef, bread crumbs;,"
onion, egg and salt. Shape
firmly into loaf (8 x 4 inches);
place in shallow baking pan.
Bake at 3750F. for 1 hour/
15 minutes. 'In saucepan,
blend remaining soup, water
and 2 to 3 tablespoons drip-
pings. Heat; stir occasionally.
Serve with loaf. Makes 6 to
8 servings.
For a Meat Loaf Welling-
ton, prepare loaf as above.
Bake at 3750F. for 1 hour.
Spoon off fat. Separate 1
package (8 ounces) refrigerated
crescent dinner rolls; place
crosswise over top and down
sides of meat loaf, over-
lapping slightly. Bake 15 min-
utes more.


Deaths, Injuries, Down


Traffic deaths and injuries
have declined during the first
seven months of 1982 said the
Florida Highway Patrol re-
cently.
Lt. Colonel Roger C. Collar,
acting.director of' the Patrol
said, "There were 197 fewer
traffic deaths in Florida dur-
ing the period January 1
through August 24, 1982, com-
pared to the same period last
year. Injuries in traffic acci-
dents so far this year have
also decreased significantly."
The Patrol's preliminary
records show that 1,777 per-


sons died in traffic accidents
in Florida from January 1
through August 24 this year
compared to 1,974 traffic
deaths for the same period in
1981 and 1,750 in 1980. These
records indicate that there
have been 122,168 injuries
during this same period this
year compared to 129,045 to
date last year- a decrease of
S6,877 injuries under the 1981
-figure.
SThe five leading causes of
;traffic accidents were care-
less driving, failure to yield
the right-of-way, had been


11m c w c Ron-P ol )


PROPERTY TAX RELIEF







AND THE BUDGET





The Gulf County Board of Commission will


receive an


estimated $202,293.00 from the


Local Government Half-cent Sales Tax for the

upcoming budget year.

State law requires $54,176.00 to be used

for PROPERTY TAX REDUCTION.

Of the remainder, the Gulf County Board

of Commission proposes to use $22,103.00 for

FURTHER PROPERTY TAX REDUCTIONS and

$126,014.00 for "ENHANCED PUBLIC SER-

VICES.


All concerned citizens


are invited to


public hearing to be held on September 13,

1982 at. 7:00 P.M., in the County Commission

Meeting Room, Gulf County Courthouse.

A DECISION on the use of these moneys

will be made at this hearing.?




GULF COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSION

JIMMY 0. GORTMAN, CHAIRMAN

....O W I= to= I W: 0__1 ..gi-_: .:e11 Imp I


drinking, improper turn, and
following too closely.
"Intensified traffic law en-
forcement can help reduce
traffic .violations that cause
accidents," concluded Collar,
"but in order to keep deaths
down and to reduce injuries, it
will take the cooperation of all
drivers to obey traffic laws
and the constant practice of
defensive driving."
"It's the good loser that final-
ly loses out." Kin Hubbard


OnuvT
~~zz 2I


Prepare Now for


St. Vincent Hunt


"All hunters planning to
hunt the November 16-19 ar-
chery of December 14-17 pri-
mitive weapons hunts on St.
Vincent Island this winter will
be required to present a.
Hunter Education Certifica-
tion," said Lt. Charles Hig-
man, Hunter Education Offi-
cer for the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission..
He said the certification can
be from Florida or any other
state as long as it's valid. '
The 12 hour course offered
by the Commission has only
been recommended in the
past, but will be required this
year by the U.S. Fish arid
Wildlife Service,-


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GO - DNES

S AITHU
FAITH '''


Higman said, "Hunter edu-
cation courses will be taught
throughout the state in order
to certify anyone wishing to
hunt on St. Vincent Island."
"It will be up to those
individuals to contact the
Commission's Panama City
office and schedule a place in
a class sinceseating is limit-
ed."
St. Vincent Island is a 12,000
acre uninhabited island near
Port St. Joe and has been open
to the public for hunting since
1969.

"The two, greatest stimulants
in the world are youth and
debt." Benjamin Disraeli


:HIGHLAND VIEW


CHURCH OF GOD

"Where Jesus Christ Is King
S: & God's Love s An;
,Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAYSCHOOL .. .. . 10 00A.M
MORNING WORSHIP ..: 1100A M.
EVENING WORSHIP :.. 6:00 PM
WEDNESDAY EVENING ., 7:00 PM
Pastor --Ira J. Nichols


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY


REALTOR


9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 * P: O. Bx 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES * BEACH RENTALS
S--I-


648-5011 Sales
648-8220 Rentals


616 Marvin Avenue
3 bdrm., 1 Va ba. brick home, Ig. screened
porch, 1 % lotc, cen. h/a.


1306 Long Avenue
2 bdrm., 1 ba. home. Close to school,
fireplace.. . .


105 Monica Dr., Ward Ridge:
Brick 3 bdrm., 2 ba., cen. hla, fenced
yard, shallow well, many extras.


SNew Listing: Great buy at only $41,500
PORT ST. JOE 3 bdrm., 1% ba., only 7 yrs. old. Long
Avenue.


ST. JOE BEACH
* Waterfront townhouse, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
now under construction, fireplace,
$95,000.
* 3 bdrm., 1 ba. home. Columbus St. on
1 /2 lots, real close to beach.

* Pineda St., large 3 bdrm., 1% ba. house
on 2/2 lots, $49,900 with good owner
financing.
OVERSTREET
* Canal front, reduced to $31,500 with a
good assumable 7% interest mor-
tgage. 3 bdrm., 2 ba.


NEW SUNSHINE ACRES
* Only $300 down on 1 to 6 acre lots. 10
miles from the beach and 10 miles to
Wewa.


Many more things listed with us. Call
our office or come by to pick up a list
of vacant lots.
ASSOCIATES
PAULETTACAMPBELL .................648-8977
ELLEN ALLEMORE ..................... 4848939
ARCHIEBARBEE ....................6 48.5302
JIM CLEMENT ............. ........ 648!6482
JEAN FALISKI ........................ 22986563
WYVONNEHATTAWAY ............... . 229.6993


Aj


We Want You
To Be A Part of
The Friendly Place


BIBLE STUDY .... ............. 9 45A M
MORNINGWORSHIP ..... . ... 11 00A M
CHURCH TRAINING ....... ... 5.45 P.M
EVENING WORSHIP ....... . . . . . 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY ................. . 7-00 P.M



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


1501 Monument Avenue
Large 3 bdrm., 1 '2 ba , iv. rm , din. rm. &
kitchen combo.


2105 Palm Blvd.
Beautiful brick home, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
fireplace, $69,500.


a.. '' '"*'. r *
107 Yaupon
3 bdrm., 2 ba., 1 car garage, great energy
efficient heat system. 'Good assumable
mort.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY. Sept. '9. 1982 PAGE ELEVEN


misc. AUTO.
NOICSFO ALEFO AL


PUBLIC SERVI
NOTIC S Im


Wanted to Buy: Beginner,
flute, reasonably priced. Call
229-6154. ltp9-9
Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-'
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
229-6254. 4tp7-8





75x715' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15

HOUSE FOR SALE
1302 Garrison Ave. 21%
bdrm., 1 ba., cen. h/a, kit-
chen, breakfast rm., din.
im., liv. rm., utility rm.'
Fenced in back yard, nice
neighborhood. Phone
227-1731. tfc 7-22


FOR SALE
Two commercial buildings,
30'x90' ea. in PSJ on Wil-
liams Ave. currently used
as warehouses. Easily ad-
aptable for other uses.
Price $22,000 ea. May be
purchased separately or
together. Call 227-1468 or
227-1100. tfc 5-13






Moving Sale: Saturday,
Sept. 11,, 8-3 CST; located
behind old Courthouse
'(Busby's), Wewahitchka. An-
tiques, furniture, dishes, tools,
clothes and many other items.




';Roms for Rent':' by .day,'
:weeifi7m6nth. Air cond., TV.
SThames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7-1




LOST: Samoyed puppy,
pure white coat, weight 40-50
lbs., 7 mos. old., answers to
Buckey.- A reward is being of-
fered. Any information please
call 229-8937 or 227-1478. Itp


S


w" I


There will be a regular com-
munication of. Port St. Joe
Lodge No. ll1, 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.


' Efficiency apartment at
Mexico. Beach for rent. Call
648-5659. 2tc 9-9
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.
- . 3tc8-26
Fully furnished one
bedroom cottage, glassed in
porch, available now. Come
see at-207 Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach or phone 648-8918.
ltc 9-9
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac , the portable steam
carpet. cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.

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


Reloading equipment for 12:
& 20 gauge shot shells. 38
special SPI & 357 mag. press,
bullet molds, lead melting pot,
50 lbs. lead, primer & powder,
over $1,000 worth of equip-.,
ment. Sell for $500 cash for all
or will sell separately. If in-
terested these can be seen at
1001 Woodward Ave., or call
227-1255. Itp

Double bed, $35; 250 Suzuki
motorcycle. Call 229-6784. Itp


Two kittens need good, lov-
ing home. Call Julie at
639-5906. ltp 9-9
Flute for sale, asking $75.
Call 229-8343, ask for Terri.


Two Honda Express 'motor
bikes, $230 each. Call 229-6773
aftr'4 p.m. It 9-9

Yamaha YZ 125, $700. Call
229-6005. ltp 9-9
20,000 btu natural gas
cylinder heater, space saver,
$35. Phone 229-6207. 2tp 9-2
Ford 351 "w" engine and C-6
auto. trans. $300.2 (12L-15) XT
Commando tires, $25 ea.
229-6634 after 4:00. 2tp 9-2
Mobile Home: 12x55' in good
condition, partially furnished.
$3,000 firm. Call 229-8708 or
227-1327. tfc 8-12
1975 22' center console
Apollo Sports Fisherman
boat; 1977 115 h.p. Mercury
outboard motor with power
trim; 1977 Tandem axle
trailer. Call 229-6787.

14' Hobie Cat sailboat with
galvanized trailer, $1,000. 1961
Willys Jeep $750. Call 648-5450
after 5:00 p.m. ltp 9-9





$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.
3tc 8-26


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


* RENTAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT * MINI STORAGE WAREHOUSES


MEXICO BEACH. PLUSH NEW GULF VIEW
TOWNHOUSES only 200 fl from the Gulf.
Each unit has 2 bdrm.. 2'2 ba., well equip-
ped kit. (G.E. appliances, self-cleaning
oven, dish washer, disposal, refrig.), liv
-din. rm., private sun decks, utility & laundry
rm.'European style cabinetry in kit. & ba.,
cen. heat (heat pump) & a/c. carpet, cement
drive & landscaped lawn. 42nd St.

,. .. * ,,:.. ,;tx


MEXICO BEACH. Beachside Duplex. Com-
pletely refurbished. 2 bdrm., 1 ba., liv. rm.,
dining area, elec. kit. w/dishwasher, screen-
ed porch, carport, carpeted & alc. 29th St.
* Y BEACHSIDE LOTS
* WETAPPO CREEK LOTS
* COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

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


Branch Office - 229-8493


1978 Ford Cargo Van, '2 ton,
6 cyl., NADA $3,100, reduced
to $2,600 for quick sale.
229-8612. . 4tc9-9
1976 T Bird, ex. clean, ex.
good condition, $3,000 cash.
1978 Trans Am, first class
mechanical cond. new mag
wheels & new tires. $5,400 cash
or will trade for truck of same
value. If interested can be
seen at 1001 Woodward Ave.,
or call 227-1255. ltp

HELP WANTE


The Town of Mexico Beach
is accepting applications from
qualified individuals for the
position of part-time Building
Inspector. .-Contact Coun-
cilinan 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




CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings - Portraits
Phone 229-8922
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
tfc 7-3


Custom Interior Design


229-6619

"Ceiling Specialist"

sheetrock. texture stipple




Copies.


Copies,.

Now at

The Star
306 Williams Ave.
from .
Our New



Copier


FICTITIOUS NAME
N,:i,,:- 1I nareo Iy ,'e,' I.ari oursuarl o0
Section 865.09. Florida Statutes; Ir.e
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit court. Gull
County. Florida. four weeks after the frs
publication of this notice, "the .fictiti:.u
name or trade name under which they wilI
* , '. - a',.3 i .u t e u l s anis, d ir, , .cr a.O
C. r- in ., TO DE l i lia m n lp.a ..
FAir1S C 'CLE TRAILERS
Rt. 3B. Box 12
. . P:'I Si j.e. Florida
a3r, H a rnad Be M. Fain Owner i
,1 I 4f.E6 82lE

FICTITIOUS NAME
l . .c t is r,.1rec , ..en ir, rai cur.ua.tl Ic.
Scn:,r.r, t5u nFioia Saiu31ies Ire
ou ' .q,-a ,'a.nis , ,',C:.r- inler.% 1c. regisl r
llr, in Cler. or Ir.ce CiCuil cOurn Gull
Co.U.'l. Fl.)eid8i ll;Jr Ai E is di r tire lirl-:j
Oulil.:3laon inm .-,.oi'ce In- fiClli.,u!
nrT. r aIracs naTae uraer Anicn n e, A i
be ,',r-agod ' bu r ers ano n *nicn Said
bunAs is 10to D& carrleild o 10 *ll
THE PARKWAY RESTAURANT
Staie Roao 30 C
Porl Si Joe Fi.:r.da 32456
Owner Nact A Mock
aic 8-26

. BID NO. 278
The, Cty l9 Pori SI Joe, Florida, re.
quests bids on Institutional Package In.
.urance Policy SDecilicalionsmay Deob.
lainea from the City Clerks Oflice P 0
Box A Port Sr Joe. Flor,:a 32456 Bid
c.Dening will be neld at B Special Cily
Cormmi, Eor, Meding on SeplemDer 21
1982 at 10 00 AM. D T". in the
Municoal Buioair.g
CITY OF PORT ST JOE.
I L A F3irrs.
Crl AudilforlCerk . . 2t99
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
Trie Board of County Comnmissioners ol
Gull County will receive sealed bias from
a.1 person. company or coiporalicon In
lerestea in selling Ihe County me lollow-.
ing aesqribed personal proerply
One Ill three Doint hilln oackhoe will
24" wide bucket that will couDpe 10 a
For 5000o Tiacloi BacKnoe and pads
snail work off its hydraulic pump
powered by he tiaclor's PTO 0
Bia shall include the price of a set of
dual wheel allacnmenls plus ies for
the Foid 5000 Tiaclor. Size 16 9-30
Bids will De received unlil 700 o'clock
P M EDT, Seplembei 28 1982. al The
Omce ol ihe Clerk of Circuil Court. 1000
Fillh SIreet. Port SI Joe. FL 32a56 The
Boara reserves r.e lignt 10 reject any ana
all 010'
BOARD OF COUNTf COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
ai; Jimmy 0 Gorlman. Chalimar.


2199
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
Tne Board ol County Comn'.issio.ners ol
Gull Counly will recelse sealed Dids from
an, person company. or coiporalonr. i
teresled in selling Ihe Counly the loIIO10
ing a eciiDe insurance policies
I Workmen's Compensation
11 Building- and Contents
III Group Health Policy
IV Arrbulance Drivers and Alter.aants
Maipraclice
" V Blaneel Accident Policy lo
Volunteer
VI Public Employee s Blankel Bcnd
Tax Collector s Office
VII Money and Securities Broad Form
S Policy Clelk's Office
VIII Comprehensie General Liability
Complete specifications and blank bid
forms are on tile in the Clerk of Circuill
Court's Offlice 51 Ine Gull County Court
nouse
Bids will be received unlil 7.00 O'clock
P M. E D T . Sepiemrer 28. 1982 at Ihe Of.
lice of Ire Clerk of -Circuit Court 1000
FilIn Streel Port St Joe. FL 32456 The
Board deserves Ine r.gnl to reject any and
all bids
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
tlv J.mmy 0 Gorlmar. Chai.,man
2199


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

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

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

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

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

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


HANNON

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


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc6-4

Cabinet work, trim work,
doors, windows, shelves. Saw
filing, painting, stain work,
work with formica. Work
guaranteed. Call 227-1584.
tfc8-49



COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
AllForms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
S .,,.:. . 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.
* a * * *
Starting my 6th year at
same location.
116 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Phone 229-8536
WAUNETA'S
Bookkeeping Service
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hohman
Owner Assistant
25tp7-15


LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
* Carpet * 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
tfc8-26
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& GIFTSHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts
-319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F,S
9:00-12:00 Wed.


SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tf(


~4-29


The Sewing Room
Oko 410 A Reid Avenue o,
Port St. Joe, Florida 0OAf
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


TAFLINGER PAINTING


Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Grou
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.1
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.1
St. James Episcopal Churc
Phone 229-8720

C. R. SMITH & SON
* Backhoe * Dozer * Re
Rake * Front-end Loade
* Road Building * Lot Cle
ing * Septic Tanks
* Drain Fields * Haulin
Rt. 3, Box AIC
Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-6018
26tc.
Psychological Services
anyone with problems in d
to-day living. Gulf Coui
Guidance Clinic, Port St. J
227-1145 (24 hours)


St. Joseph Bay
Constructol







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



Church Supplies
Music - Records - Tapes
Rubber Stamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowe
Gifts -'Bibles
Sound Studio Recording
Service

7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

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


ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS





-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-IM

P.O. BOX456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORID
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(Interior and Exterior)
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS
WILL COOL MOBILE HOMES 15.20%
FOR FREE ESTIMA TE
Call 229-8977


REEVES FURNITURE & .

REFINISHING SHOPPE \-
1313 Long Avenue * Phone 229-374

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

S- .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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SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410Reid Avenue


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purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida


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Chicken
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Our Best Family Pak
CUBED STEAK


Oven Fresh 20 Oz. Loaf
BREAD


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Vegetable Patties
OLEO ...
8 Oz. King Smoothee Local
Cottage Cheese
24 Oz. Sealtest
COTTAGE CHEESE ......
5 CL Merico
BUTTER-ME-NOT BISCUITS


6/$1

69�
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3/S1.00


Dining Treat Chicken & Turkey 4/$1
POT PIES .. Il
26 Oz. Mrs. Smith's 29
APPLE PIE 1
12 Ct.
JELLO POPS .............. $1.79
12 Oz. Old South 79C
ORANGE JUICE ............... 79


7� Oz. Kraft
MAC. & CHEESE
31 oz. Showboat
P PORK & BEANS
Whip 32 Oz. Kraft
M Miracle Whip
2 Liter
RC COLA, DIET RITE
& NEHI FLAVORS . . . . . .


TURNIP COLLARDS
Fresh Greens Bunch 1
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SCUPPERNONGS ..
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