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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 16, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 3


THE STAR

Industry - Deep Water Port - Fine People - Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1982


Port Plans Laid Out Before Agencies


State Officials Advised OfProposed Operations and Perm it Needs


Representatives of three state
agencies got their feet wet, figurea-
tively speaking, Monday afternoon, in
preliminary drawings of Port St. Joe's


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Phil Gonot of the PRC Harris engineering firm, explains
some of the port drawings to a group of state agency officials.
In the foreground, enjoying the explanation, is William J.


new proposed multi-million dollar deep
water port facility.
With the Port Authority acting as
hosts for occasions, representatives of


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ime designer of the proposed port,
esented an overview of the plans to
representatives of Northwest Florida





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Rish, Port Authority attorney, left, and Charles Shoaf, Port
Authority member, right. -Star photo


Water Management Agency, Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission and the
Department of Transportation. The
Apalachee Regional Planning Center
helping to coordinate the informational
meeting for the Port Authority.
Phil Gonot, a representative of the
Harris firm, spread four prospective
drawings of the port on the wall and
outlined what each phase would entail
primarily in bulkheading and moving
fill dirt; subjects which would be of
prime interest and concern of the
agencies present.
PLANS FOR PLACING SPOIL
Plans were revealed for placing
part of the fill along Highway 98 in
Highland View to rebuild that eroded
road shoulder and provide a buffer for
the highway from the .bay.
Broaching a touchy subject, Gonot
suggested some of the, fill could be
placed off St. Joe Paper Company, to
renourish Bird Island.
George Tapper, chairman of the
Port Authority, explained permission
was denied several years ago to place
more spoil on the island, but since that
time the Audobon Society has gone to
bat for rebuilding the island, which was
a favorite nesting spot for water birds,
particularly pellicans.
Douglas Bailey, a representative of
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion, liked the idea, remarking, "It's
seldom we get anything out of a dredge
and fill operation. We usually try to
keep from losing as much as possible.


Board Dumps Service Officer


STUrge cti essit, m muna tton

S . The Gulf County Commission answered a ,from the Veterans of Foreign Wars, led by Bill In his,release of two weeks ago,.Kleeb had
Sgomplaint from .Veterans Service. Officer Fred Schlickman and George Coody, put up a defense suggested the office be kept open from 9 to 12 in
. leeb that his office didn't need a, full time and presented a letter of support for maintaining Port St. Joe, Monday through Thursday and the
officer. in the public, media by solving that a veterans service officer and supported Kleeb in same hours in Wewahitchka on Friday. The
Problem. They-decided they didn't need Kleeb at general. veterans present Tuesday disagreed with Kleeb
all and terminated his services at noon Tuesday. The letter stated that their investigation and suggested the office be kept open from 9 to 2.
.Commissioner Billy Branch. made the revealed ,that statements by members of the five days a week and a phone number posted for
motion, charging that Kleeb, the Board and County Commission recently that they have after hours service.
veterans had experienced "strained relations, received a number of complaints about Kleeb's Branch pointed out that whoever the service
lack of communication and acts of insubordina- service were justified. The letter said it also officer was, the entire Commission was
tion" in recent months. Branch stated, in making found that some statements made detrimental to committed to serving the needs of the veterans in
his motion, "I feel his activities have eroded in Kleeb's service were not justified, in that some -Gulf County. Branch went on to point out this
effectiveness". of the requests he did not handle were beyond the wasn't being done now. He said, "The line of
Branch's motion came- after a delegation scope of his office. (Continued On Page 3)


County Sending Out Bids



On Air Conditioner Job


DR. JORGE SAN PEDRO

Dr. Jorge an Pedro


Opens Medical Practice


Dr. Jorge San Pedro could
very easily make a good living
selling Dutch Master cigars on
television or Toastados corn
chips, since he looks the part
ofthe distinguished Latin who
points out the excellence of
these two products. Instead,
he chooses to practice medi-
cine and do it very well,
according to his past credits
and experience.
Dr. San Pedro has come to
Port St. Joe to practice in Gulf
Pines Hospital and serve in
the emergency room there,
from Cuba, by way of Miami,
West Virginia, Perry and
Marianna.


A native of Cuba, he receiv-
ed his medical degree from
the University of Havana. He
later served as chief of
surgery at Sacred Heart Hos-
pital in Havana. He left Cuba
in 1966, coming to the United
States and going to work at
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in
Miami as a staff physician.
Dr. San Pedro said when
leaving Cuba he had to leave
everything he owned behind
except the change of clothing
the Cuban government let him
bring with him.
Since coming to the United
States, he has served as chief
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After nearly a month of
enduring the heat of August in
an air-condition-less court-
house whose windows won't
open, an expert, Leo Leoob of
Mobile, was able to come to
Port St Joe this week and get
the balky system to operating
after a fashion. The court-
house isn't cool, but some of
the edge has been knocked off
the heat and the expert was
able to get some of the four
chillers which make the sys-
tem cool, to operating again.
To solve the problem per-
manently, the Board has
secured the advice of Davis &
Kenyon, consulting engineers
of Jacksonville. The engineer-
ing firm made their recom-
mendation that a packaged
electric unit be used for
cooling and a gas fired unit be
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this idea would give us a good nesting
place, while losing nothing. I like it."
GETTING INTO BUSINESS
The first phase of the port facilities
pointed out by Gonot contained one


mittee functions to promote business
between six southeastern states and
Japan. "All of this business must be
done through some port", Tapper'
remarked. He said he is taking
information and drawings with him in


"We can get into the port business with one bert
and facilities for about $10 million. A second bert
would cost another $2.5 million." George Tapp


berth for ocean-going vessels with
provisions for three more berths as
traffic demanded.
Tapper remarked that the port
"can get into business for $10 million".
Tapper pointed out that the second
berth could be built for an additional
$2.5 million and that all on-shore
facilities would be built, leased and
operated by private business and
shipping firms.
The Port Authority chairman said
the local port would be particularly
attractive to shippers because the
design allows for 100 rail cars to be
available in the port at one time. "That
means, they will be able to load or
unload a ship easily and quickly without
waiting for shuffling rail cars, which is
the problem in so many ports."
Tapper said he would be in
Memphis, Tennessee this week attend-
ing the Southeastern USA-Japan Asso-
ciation Committee meeting. The com-


Mayor Frank Pate, left, presents the
AAARP charter to Stiles Brown, president


an attempt to interest prospective
pers to use the port of Port St. Ji
PATH SMOOTHED
The purpose of the meeting Mo
afternoon was to smooth the
toward the many permits which
be secured before the port project
get off the ground. The Port Auth
now has its hands on $30 million to b
construction and a positive outlook
the project from some of the n
critical organizations which mus
satisfied before the project can
started.
Tapper said the engineering
has reported they will have
feasibility study complete by
October. Then the work will begi
the final concept of the port config
tion and applications started
permits.
Hopefully, the meeting Monday
remove some of the problems usi
attendant with securing permits.


of the local organization, in ceremonies
last Saturday. -Star photo


Gulf's AARP Chapter


Receives its Charter


Gulf County's chapter of the American
Association of Retired Persons went the
whole route in celebrating the granting of
their national charter Saturday at noon.
In a ceremony, held in the Port St. Joe
High School Commons Area, an estimated
396 people gathered for two hours of dinner
and entertainment to celebrate the presen-
tation of the charter by Mayor Frank Pate
to AARP president, Stiles Brown
The chapter is now known as Saint


Joseph Bay Chapter No. 3425.
After the dinner, the audience was
entertained by the Port St. Joe High School
Band playing patriotic music, a concert of
patriotic music by the college ensemble of
Gulf Coast Community College, under the
direction of Norman J. Hair, an inspira-
tional message by Rev. Si Mathison of
Panama City and a display of square
dancing by the Tyndall Toe Tappers.
The theme of the program was "A
Salute to America."


Dead Lakes Board Wants to Free River


Commission Votes4-1 to Ask forPermission to Remove Tumbler Dam


Carrying out their end of an agreement
reached in a court hearing three weeks ago,
the Dead Lakes Water Management Commit-
tee asked the County Commission Tuesday to
approve replacing three of the four removed
drawdown structure gates in the dam.
All four of the gates were removed back
in March of this year. The gates were
removed after they were sabotaged several
times and threatened the water supply
downstream from the dam.
The Dead Lakes committee agreed in
a court hearing before Judge Larry Bodiford
in August to replace the gates, which were the
subject of a mandamus hearing, brought
about by Monroe Sullivan of Panama City.
Attorneys for both, sides, Jerry Gerde for


Sullivan and Hentz McClellan for the Dead
Lakes Board, worked out the agreement to
replace the three gates until the Committee
decided whether or not they wished to seek
legal permission from state agencies to
remove the Dead Lakes dam and remove all
obstacles to the Chipola River flowing freely
to the coast.
In a meeting Monday afternoon of this
week the Dead Lakes Committee agreed,
although not unanimously, to ask the state
Water Management Committee and the
Department of Environmental Regulation for
permission to remove the tumbler dam at the
south end of the Dead Lakes. Such action
would make whether or not the gates should
be left in the drawdown structure a moot
question.


Speaking for the Board in announcing
their decision to ask for permission to remove
the dam, Jim Bozeman stated, "The dam has
to go".
Jerry Kelly, another member of the
Board voted "no" to the question, saying he
thinks the action is too hasty. He advocates
more caution in the decision to remove the
structure.
The Dead Lakes committee has contend-
ed throughout the lawsuit process since last
fall they are the authority over the waters of
the lakes. The instigators of the suit against
the Committee claim the Water Management
District and DER has authority over that
body of water. Presumably this is why the
Dead Lakes Committee has applied for


permission from these two bodies to remove
the dam.
Built some 28 years ago, the dam was the.
product of nearly 10 years of lobbying and.
hard work by a group of Wewahitchka
citizens and county officials. It was built with
a grant and loan because the fishing in the.
lake wasn't what it used to be. The Committee.
is now advocating tearing the dam out.
because'the fishing isn't what it used to be.
Whatever happens to the dam, it will.
probably be laced with more emotional
action. For at least 60 to 90 days, the situation
should be pretty static, as members of the
Dead Lakes Committee feel it will take that
long for a decision to come down from the two
state agencies who have been petitioned for
permission to tear out the dam.


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Property to County
Dr. Tom Gibson, a retired Optometrist here in Port
St. Joe, made certain people of Gulf County will always
have an access to the beaches in the Beacon Hill area
Tuesday morning.
S Dr. Gibson deeded a piece of property he owned in
the Beacon Hill vicinity to the County to be maintained in
public ownership as a public access to the beaches. The
property Is on the Gulf side of Highway 98 and runs from
the Highway right-of-way to the water.
Much of the property on the water side of Highway
98 is privately owned and is subject to sale at some time
in the future and removed from public use. Dr. Gibson's
gift to the County makes it certain there will always be a
way for people to get to the water without owning a piece
of property at the beaches.
The County Commission accepted the gift, of course.


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Truth Comes Out

ha! It finally comes out! could get right here at home mure
he people of Gulf County don't economically, but when it comes to
ularly want to use drags in St. letting Panama City tell us what we
h Bay to harvest scallops and can do with our fishing grounds,
ge the bottom of the bay in the they're treading on dangerous
ss: it's the people from Pana' ground.
ity who want this privilege. We noted here before that one
first, the people from the doesn't fool around with another
na City area take our Gulf man's shotgun, his fishing boat, his
y people to court in an attempt hunting dog and now we can include
ake us do their bidding in his fishing hole and scalloping
citing the Dead Lakes: Now, waters.
are trying it with the scallop Already the people of this county
n St. Joseph Bay. seem ready to do the opposite of
ne would think the people of whatever the people from Panama
na City and Bay County feel City want done to the Dead Lakes.
ist solely to provide recreation They have hired their lawyers and
em and their people.' - gone to court making their demands.
s we see it, the people of Gulf The people of Gulf County have
y had some plans to use the heard the demands and are ready as
and recreation facilities here rain to do just the opposite.
If County for ouir -:q' riyij " '-'Now that the people of Gulf
at least part of the 'ti We" .County have heard the people of
mind. sharing,' but', when Panama City are most of the guilty
bors or those' who &idme he-e culprits dragging metal scallop
Fish reasons try to tell us hlow harvesters in the bay, people who
nage what we have, we're have never even eaten nor seen a
I thepeople of Bay County will scallop will get on ,theibandwagon to
s just a little hard to deal with. stop all mechanical harvesting of
ur people may traipseiover to the delicate-tasting, morsels from
na City by the' caitrload and the bay.
their' money. on' things", tly . ;, You can bet onit!


hipola Scare Nullified

ow we get .the unofficial have pretty much on the ball to have
d word that the Chipola Rivei so many people hanging on his every
BE nearing' the point where it word as if it were the last one. At
be polluted, but so far, it is still least, he must have a bushel or two
source of water. 'of charisma.
)mehow or' other, Dr. Skip When it comes to something as
:ston has become the pseudo important as whether or not a
ial" voice on thingshich portent as whether or not a
al"' voice on things which stream' of water, which provides
n to pollution in this part of drinking water to some is polluted or
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id y, we not, we had rather the decision on
d you, we don't qsint omefrm-aTaccredit-
ston's ability atl�e.j ,.u t


Fair Play

SThe UN and world opinion
is diligently at work trying to
get the tiny nation of Israel to
carve out a piece "of':its"
hard-won territory as 'ahome
for the Palestinians. " '':
We admire their concern
,over the welfare of thepales-
tinians.
Maybe, after this matter is
finished, these same , fatidns
and the UN can throw -their
considerable weight of opinion
into forcing Russia to pull back
its occupying forces froni Eas-
tern Europe, as long as we are
so concerned with peoples who
have been rooted out of their
homeland.
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From what we read in the
papers, Dr. Livingston is basing his
opinion on the reports and records of
'the Department of Environmental
Regulation and the U.S. Corps of
Engineers. We happen to agree with
his .report, but it was just such
supposition without weeks, months
and years of constant monitoring the
river which put the scare into the
people along its route in the first
place.
For people to go stirring up
unfounded fears in other people is
inexcusable and unusually harsh
punishment of those who believe the
reports.
Even though we take the DER
with a grain of salt, we feel their
report came from competent survel-
lience laced with a bit of pessimism.


My Uncle Ernest was a
strange man in some respects.
He named all his children
after cities and states. There
is Utah, Wyoma, Denver,
Harris and Virginia. I'm not
sure what state "Harris" is in
(the town, not the boy), but
rest assured, there is one.
There are also two deceased
children, Texas and Colorado.
Uncle Ernest was also a fool
about honey. He kept five bee
hives on the back part of his
property right next to a fence
bordering a wooded area
which was flush with wild
growth- the substance bees
need to produce the strong,'
dark, delicious honey we loved
so well.
Every summer when the
hives were full of honey, Uncle
Ernest would rob them. He
had a very unconventional
way of taking the honey from
the bees. He wore no pro-
tective clothing. "The bees
won't sting me," he stated.


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Robbing the Bee Hive

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"They. respect me and know
I'm' their master; they
wouldn't sting me for any-
thing." He had me convinced.
And he was right. I watched
in awe and at a considerable
distance summer after sum-
mer as he quietly and gently
took the honey from the hives.
Bees would sometimes com-
pletely cover his head, arms,
and body, and not once did he
indicate the first one had
stung him. This. feat was
awfully impressive to me and
all the kids in the vicinity. I
was impressed to the point
that I wanted to try my hand
at robbing the hives. I reason-
ed that I was as much a
master as my uncle was.
After months of begging,
pleading and worrying him to
no end, he finally consented to
let me help him.. He gave me
these specific instructions:
"Whatever you do, don't slap
at the bees. If one does sting
you, reach very gently and


flick him off with your finger.
If you slap one, 'you will make
the whole hive mad and they
will attack us." I assured him
that I understood and would
comply, to stingdoom if neces-
sary.
The big day finally came.
We approached the hives and
in no time bees were begin-
ning to cover me. Suddenly
one stung me on my left arm
just below the elbow. Remem-
bering the instructions, I
gently reached down and with
my forefinger flicked him off.
Then,another one stung me on
my neck. I flicked him off.
Then it was one after another
until I thought I was indeed
going to panic. I kept my
word, however, and continued
to flick as easily as possible.
It was about that time I
heard a SPAT, SPAT, SPAT
and the unmistakable sound of
running footsteps receding
toward the house. I turned
slowly and saw Uncle Ernest


running, arms flailing, toward
the house. It was the fastest I
had ever seen him move.
"Uncle Ernest, Uncle Er-
.nest," I screamed! "Come
back, Uncle Ernest, come
back!"
"Let 'um have it, Shad,
they're going to eat us up!"
was his muffled reply. -
There wasn't much, honey
after that: What there was,
was store bought. I still enjoy
the taste of honey and eat it
when I can find some that is
good. Uncle Ernest, however,
never ate another drop. He


also never attempted to rob
another bee hive...neither
have I.


Health Dept. to
Offer Flu Shots
The Gulf County Health
Department will be able to
offer 'Flu' arid' Pneumboia
vaccinations by the end of
September. There will be a
charge of $3.00 for the Flu
vaccinations and $7.00 for the
Pneumonia vaccination.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ...



What A Pretty Town!i


Wesley,
I would like to share with all
of St. Joe, a compliment about
our city, that was made
several times recently to Pete
and I. Pete's sister was..
visiting us last week, from
Lakeland, Fla. As you know
Lakeland is quite a large city
with- many beautiful homes,-
yards, etc. So I was very much
surprised to hear her remarks
about "What a pretty little
city this is, all the yards are so


well kept, everything is so
clean, even the streets. And
the people are so nice and
friendly." She said this not
once, but several times.
I have taken it for granted,
but not any, more. We are a
.nice city with nice caring
people. Let's keep it that
Vway-- excuse me, let me go
see if there is any litter in my
yard.
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ven the Ba
S IT WAS EXTREMELY QUIET
Rere in Gulf County for the first
jimary of election season. That made
an unusual election. In the past, the
Sjnformat;on and misinformation flowed
, aound the coffee' drinking spas,
rating election discussion fodder
' -hich made its way to the barber shop
and the corner service station wherever
t `en will gather to talk about such
Ib '*tings.
.'- The only thing which kept people
c.' gnizant there was an election brew-
, ig were the charges and counter-
. charges of Senate candidates Dempsey
Barron and Don Crisp. When things
, wouldd quiet down, one of them would let
" ose with another broadside and the
section would heat up again.
3 Even a couple of straw ballots on
fA e Gulf County voting machines
'. wouldn't stir things up and keep them
lively. Even though the County Com-
mission felt they knew how their
Constituents felt about the two matters,
fLey still wanted the assurance that
Some from a voter being given the
. opportunity to express himself in a
:' anner where nobody will know his


irron-Crisp Battle Couldn't Generate Continued Election Interest
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position except him. He can express
himself without' apprehensions that
someone will call him on his decision
later.
Even with the anonymous opinion


THE TIME CHANGE question was
almost useless from the start.
Even when it was first learned the
Commission would ask people if they
wanted to be all one time zone or not,


to keep it that way. Those who lived in
SEastern Time did not want to change to
Central Time.
For quite some time I have heard
expressions from different ones as to


election, I was invited to an evening
cook-out in Panama City, put on by.
some Bay County businessmen, who
invited several people from Gulf
County.
Two of the guests at. the cook-out
were Dempsey Barren and Don Crisp.
As Dempsey sauntered up to shake
hands, I noticed he had a name tag on
his chest, just as everyone else did.
"Why do you have that name tag
on?" I asked. "Don't you think you
spent enough money in the past few
weeks getting that face familiar as
a household word throughout the
Panhandle, without having to wear a
tag to identify yourself?"
Dempsey just grinned.
He and Crisp both looked consider-
ably relaxed, now that the race was
over and things could get back to
normal.
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LT. GOVERNOR Wayne Mixson
was in town last Thursday afternoon,
eating fish with some of the Democrat
officers of the County and a few


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It's hard to consider Wayne'i a
politician, he's such a regular fellow.
who likes the company of people around
him. We stood and talked for a few
minutes and never once did the
question of the Governorship of the
State of Florida come up. Sometimes he
acts to me as if he is using the office of
Lieutenant Governor to get around and
see his friends and make new ones,
rather than the office using him to help
manage the business of the State of
Florida.
Four years ago, when he was 'first
running, he had a press conference at
his farm north of Marianna. I got mixed
up with the time and got there early.
Just Wayne and I were in the barn
where the barbecue and press confer-
ence was to be held, waiting for the
others to arrive.
He was going to serve boiled
peanuts from his farm at the confer-'
ence and he and I wound up boiling the
peanuts ovdr a gas pot while we waited.
How do you cater boiled peanuts?
That's a personal dish.


selection, the voters said they agreed
with the County Commission - there
should be none of the things covered by
the Ordinance here in Gulf County.
.Only one precinct was opposed to
the ordinance and Precinct 8 voted
against the ordinance nearly two to one.
Most of the other precincts used that
same ratio to approve what the
Commission had done.
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the objections to a change began to flow
in. The objections came so strongly, the
Commissioner who proposed the ques-
tion for the ballot in the first place.
wanted to see it removed if at all
possible.
By the time he drew this opinion, it
was too late. so, like it or not, our people
had to express an opinion.
The answer stated simply that
those who lived in Central Time wished


wh. the county didn't get on one time
zone and stay there. "It would be much
more simple for the people", they
thought.
The only problem is that the people
didn't want it that way.
And, it won't be that way. We'll still
have the Central in the north and
Eastern in the south.
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High and low tides for St.
Joseph's Bay for the upcom-
ing week are shown in the tide
table below, furnished by the
U. S. Weather Bureau in Apa-
lachicola. Times are based
on a 24-hour clock, and height
is feet above or below the
mean water line.


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Sept. 17
Sept. 18
Sept. 19
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S"There'sNo Crisis


From the Tallahassee.Democrat
'- The Chipola-Apalachicola River sy-
stem is in the first stages of contamina-
tion, a Florida State University scien-
tist told about 250 Panhandle citizens
Wednesday night in Blountstown.
"I would say there's no crisis- no
reason .for everybody to get upset,"
said Robert Livingston, a Florida State
University marine biology professor.
"But that doesn't mean you shouldn't
be concerned. You do have a problem."
The crowd had gathered to hear
Livingston's conclusions on recent
reports of cancer and pollution.


The problem, he said, is that two
battery-recycling plants, pesticide
spraying and other human activities
have led to higher-than-normal levels of
lead and pollution in the river system.
Livingston described the metals,
including lead and cadmium, as
"deadly metals" that can lead to
kidney and brain diseases. But Living-
ston said the state and federal data he
had reviewed showed no link between
the metals and about 20 cancer cases
reported recently at Altha, which is
near the Chipola.
Livingston and staff members from


-No Reason for Everybody to Get Upset"


Florida Defenders of the Environment
and the Florida Public Interest Re-
search Group have-spent about two
weeks gathering information about the
rivers and the battery-recycling plants
on the Chipola.
Livingston spoke Wednesday to a
group of local officials from six
Counties bordering the Apalachicola
River. The Chipola flows into the
Apa'achicola.
About five years ago, the now-defunct
Sapp Battery Services plant was found
to be discharging large amounts of


lead, cadmium and zinc into a creek
that flowed into the Chipola neat
Marianna. More recently, .environ-
mental officials found a battery plant
known as United Metals to be discharg-
ing lead intQ nearby groundwater.
"I'm more concerned about Sapp
than I am about United Metals,"
Livingston said "There is a serious
problem caused by drainage of metals
and high acidity into the Chipola
system "
But he said there was not enough data
to tell how far the contaminants had
moved toward the oyster-rich Apalachi-


cola Bay.
Livingston said more studies are
needed to avoid future contamination.
Several citizens who crowded into a
courtroom in Calhoun County Court-
house questioned the need for more
studies.
"You all are going around in circles
to see how much money you can
spend," said James Miller of Franklin
County. "Why don't you just go in there
and straighten it out""
Robert Kriegel, head of the Depart-
ment of Environmental Regulation's
Pensacola district, responded: "I think


-Dr. Livingston

that's a good approach, but we need to,
generate more information to find out
what we're fixing before we spend a lot
of money."
Kriegel defended the department's
enforcement of laws concerning the
battery plants. "I think we did a
vigorous job."
But Livingston said the handful of
government agencies working on the
Chipola need more coordination.
"There is very little in the way of
communication within and between
state agencies," Livingston said.


Christian School Washing Cars

Saturday for Camp Money


This Saturday, September

: -",:FredR.1arr

Gets Promotion
S.: Fred R. Carr, son of Rich-
- .ardN. and Glenda D. Carr of
�' ; Port St. Joe, has been pro-
moted in the U.S. Air Force to
..the rank of senior airman.
Carr is a corrosion control
. specialist with the 363rd
Equipment Maintenance
Squadron at Shaw Air Force
S Base, S.C.
His wife, Kathleen, is the
daughter of William F. and
Mildred A. Lyles, also of Port
St. Joe.


18th, the Seventh and Eighth
grades from Faith Christian
School will be conducting a
Car Wash. The Seventh and
Eighth: graders are. attempt-
ing to raise, money for a trip to
"The Wilds", a Christian
Camp on the border of North
and South Carolina. The trip
will take place in October, and
will provide training, in aca-
demics as well as spiritual
inspiration.
The Car Wash will take
place in front of the school, on
the corner of Garrison Ave.
and 20th Street. The Car Wash
will be in operation from 10:00
through 4:00 PM. The cost is
just $2.00.


School Lunch Hnwfi, In


-MENU
Monday, Sept. 20
Sandwich, applesauce,
baked beans, and milk.
. Tuesday, Sept.21
Beef-a-roni, orange juice,
green beans, rolls and milk.
Wednesday, Sept. 22
Chicken and rice, turnips,
fruit cup, cornbread, and
milk.
Thursday, Sept. 23
Cheeseburger, French fries,
peaches, cookie and milk.
Friday, Sept. 24
Tacos, orange halves, corn,
cookie and milk.

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


Service Officer


communication is to the breaking point. If Mr. the I
Kleeb's attitude were different, I feel more empl
veterans would be using his office." then
The biggest concern of the veterans the
present seemed to be that with Kleeb's . direc
dismissal, the office would be closed for a servi
period of time. Clerk Jerry Gates told Wi
:-- Schlickman that in the past when Kleeb had unanin
gone on vacation or to conferences; clerks in ordered
his office had handled the service satisfactor- a.m.,
By and that if the Commission wished for Th
them to do so, they would handle the needs in delega



Air Conditioning


used for heating.:
The recommendation was
presented to the Commission
by Wewahitchka architect,
Charles Aitiiur Gaskin.
, The, Board instructed .Gas-
kin to prepare bid sheets on
repairing the present system
and installing the suggested


Doctor

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of surgery for nine years in
Mann, West Virginia. He
came back south and settled in
northwest Florida where he
has served on the emergency
room staffs in both Perry and
Marianna.
Dr. San Pedro is a general
practitioner and surgeon. He
is fully licensed by the State of
Florida.
The new physician and his
wife are living on Mimosa
Avenue. They have five chil-
dren, three boys and two
daughters, all of whom are
either grown with families of
their own or in college.
Dr. San Pedro's wife's name
is Amalia.
The doctor said he likes to
sail, carpenter, play the piano.
fish, hunt, tinker with his car
under a shade tree and enjoy
life. "That's why I came to
Port St. Joe", he said. "You
have everything here to enjoy
life with".
He's also a diplomat, isn't
he?


system outlined by the engin-
eers. The bids will be received
the last of this month.
PAVING
The Commission received a
ieipbrt'thAtiK e' Dearminent of
Transportation is using an
unusual method (for Gulf
County) of resurfacing High-
way .71. The contractor is
removing an inch and a half of
the old paving and replacing it
with an inch and three-quar-
ters of new paving for about
six miles north of Cypress
Creek and on some of the
highway, three inches of new
asphalt is being applied. The
road is being widened by four
feet for the entire length of the
new paving job.
It was pointed out that there
were spots in the highway the
contractor has worked on
three or four times during his
short stay in the area. Some of
the spots were said to have
paving some three or four feet
deep, where the road had sunk
in the past and more asphalt
piled in.
Road Commissioner Billy
Branch remarked these were
spots where a muck bottom
was causing the road to sink.
"The muck needs digging out
to solid bottom and then
repaved", Branch remarked.
The Commission agreed to
contact DOT about the prob-
lem and ask them to make the
proper repairs before the
highway is surfaced.
STRAW BALLOT
The Commission agreed


New Orleans
Navy Aviation Electronics
Technician First Class James
H. Howell. son of Calla H.
Smith of Port St. Joe, recently
returned from a deployment
to Lajes, Azores,
He is: a member of Patrol
Squadron 94, Naval Air Sta-
tion, New Orleans.,
During the three-week pa-
trol, his squadron logged 700
hours of flight time in support
of U.S. 2nd Fleet reconnais-
sance forces.
Visits were made to Spain,
Bermuda and England during
the deployment.
The squadron flies the P3A
"Orion" aircraft.


Ministerial Association Names New Officers


The Port St. Joe Ministerial,
Association met Monday Aat
the, Episcopal Church. Offi-
cers elected were: Presidentl
Rev. William Smith; Vice-
President, Rev. Howard
Browning; and Secretary-
Treasurer, Rev. Jimmie
Spikes.
The purpose of the Associa-
tion is to support community
activities, enhancing Christi-
an fellowship.
On October 18, 7:30 p.m., the
Association along with the
Guidance Clinic will be spon-
soring a showing of James C.
Dobson's film, "Focus on the
Family." It will be shown at
Port St. Joe Elementary
School.
Plans for a community


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future until a new service officer is
oyed. Board chairman, Jimmy Gortman
instructed Gates to place notification on
door of the service director's office,
ting callers to the Clerk's office for
ce.
th the vote to dismiss Kleeb coming on a
nous vote at 10:00 a.m., a letter was
d typed and delivered to Kleeb at 11:45
advising him of his immediate dismissal.
e Commission assured the veterans'
tion they would begin the search imrned-. ,


(Continued From Page 1)


Tuesday to place another
straw ballot question on the
October 5 second primary
ballot.

The new straw ballot ques-
tion would ask whether or not
people in the county approve
outlawing scallop drags in St.
Joseph Bay. The drags have
become a point of contention
in the past two years and the
situation is now drawing to a
head.
The September 28 hearing
will still be held, but the
question will be placed on the
ballot of October 5 to get a
strictly home-grown opinion
about what should be done in
this situation.


Everyone's


Thanksgiving Service were
also made. It will be held on


November 21st, 7 p.m., in the Joe High School.
Commons Area of the Port St.


lately for a qualified veterans service officer to PLACE ON
maintain the office full time here in Gulf County.
.As the subject came to a close, Commission- WORTHII
er Eldridge Money observed, "We should have
Mr. Kleeb her". Chairman Gortman retorted,
"Mr. Kleeb should have been here several
meetings ago and maybe we could have headed
off this situation. T think it's too late now." 01ReidAve. ort S Joe
SAs a parting remark, Commissioner Branch FURNITURE
remarked, "Mr. Kleeb invited us to terminate 227-1277
him."
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In other business matters,
the Commission: i
-Was informed by Attorney
William J. Rish that the
Department of Envirorimentil
Regulation had accepted tfRe
County plan for properly
operating the Buckhorn Land-
fill site after citing the County
for improper operation.
-Directed Civil Defense
Director Bill Lamar, at the
request of Commissioner Bir-
mingham, to prepare and
present to the Board, a
disaster plan for the county.
-Agreed to replace three of
the drawdown structure gates
in the Dead Lakes Dam for the
Dead Lakes Water Manage-
ment Committee.


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Once again, I would like to take the opportunity to thank each and everyone of you for your
vote in the September Primary. Your continued confidence and faith in me makes me all .the more
determined to continue representing you in the best manner possible.
With a campaign that has been clean in every way, I have been uplifted by the, number of Mr.
Whitfield's supporters who have expressed their intention to support my candidacy. I continue to
Solicit their support, and welcome the opportunity to represent all of the people of Gulf County.
One of the finer aspects of the American system is that we all learn so much from each other dur-
ing elections.
One question that I am being asked most often is, what are the major differences
between myself and my opponent? The fact of my experience as a city commissioner, county
commissioner and independent businessman first comes to mind; but, in my opinion, our most
significant difference is in the area of community involvement.

For years,' long before entering politics, I have been working with young people as a
volunteer. Concern for theyoung is an investment in the future of Gulf County! Programs like little
league, scouting and the March of Dimes help to shape the minds and bodies of our young people
in a clean and healthy way. These are the areas of my records where I am most proud of having
served.
Also, I feel that being a parent gives me the kind of perspective that is more in touch with the
working families of our county. For working parents to try and raise two children in today's
ecorlomy is to share in a concern for the not too distant days ahead.
We are presently at a stage of development in Gulf County where stable negotiations with
prospective industries will determine-the economic future of our area. Proven leadership can
maintain this momentum, while planning inIa way that protects our valuable natural resources.
This is an area where I pledge to continue working so that our young people can stay here and find
more and better jobs.
Once again, I would like to thank everyone who is backing my bid for re-election, and to com-
pliment my opponent for making it a fine race. With Gulf Countians making the choice, I'm confi-.
dent that the best man for the job will emerge a winner.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1982


Candlelight Ceremony Unites


Cynthia

Cynthia Dawn Wingate and
Jaines Lee Dominey Ellzey
were united in marriage Aug.
28-at Beach Baptist Chapel of
St. Joe Beach. The double
ring, candlelight ceremony
Was performed by Rev. Ronny
Skipper of Fruitdale, Ala.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Preston
Wingate of Port St. Joe.. Her
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie J. Wood of
Burgess Creek.
:The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Robert H. Ellzey Sr. of
Port St. Joe, and the late Mr.
Ellzey Sr. His grandparents
are Mrs. James Lee Dominey
of Malone, and the late Mr.
Dominey
.Nuptial music was perform-
ed by Tommy Phillips and
India Miller, soloists; Billy
Rich, organist, and Nelson
Fleming, pianist.
.The bride was presented in
marriage by her parents and
sisters and escorted to the
altar by her father. She wore a
traditional white formal gown
featuring a sheer dropped
shoulder yoke enhanced with
sciiffli embroidery. The bod-
ic�. was adorned with a
Chantilly lace flounce and
Venise lace shaped the drop-
ped waistline. The A-line skirt
afid semi-cathedral train was
edged with tiny delicate layers
of Chantilly lace.
Her headpiece was of white
miniature daisies and South-


Wingate and Lee Ellzey


ern gardenias flocked with
foliage. The headpiece was
interbraided with pure white.
illusion to form a halo backed
withclosed puffs which drop-
ped. off into a Victorian
fingertip illusion veil..She
carried a silk collage nosegay
of white gladioli, yellow.
larkspur and lavender fuchsia
surrounded by protruding
spikes of.dogwood buds and
streamers of lavender picot
and yellow satin. The bridle
wore ah heirloomri -cameo
brooch of her mother's, with
cameo earrings belonging to
Mrs. Nora Gibbs.
Paula Wingate, the bride's
sister, was the maid of honor.
Mrs. Kyna Shelley of Hatties-
burg, Miss., was the matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were
Phyllis Wingate, the bride's
sister; Dianne Graham, and
Wanda Wingate of Bristol, the
bride's cousin.
Best men were Michael
Barr of Panama City and
Robert H. Ellzey, Jr., the
bridegroom's brother from
Tallahassee. Usher-
groomsmen were Jeff An-
drew, Chuck Barrett of Pana-
ma City, and Jerry Todd
Shores.
Alyson Williams served as
flower girl.
Following, the ceremony, a
reception was hosted by the
bride's parents at the church
fellowship hall. During the
reception Mrs. Nora Gibbs


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and Mrs. Sherri Hamm served
the bride's cake; Kathy Yates
and Lisa Fadio served the
bridegroom's cake; and Mrs.
Mary Lee Buskens and Mrs.
SIndia Miller served the punch.
Other assistants were Mrs.
Jenny Richardson and Mrs.
Jody Gibbs. Mrs Martha Rish
attended the, bride's book.
The wedding was directed
by Mrs. Caroline.Davis and
Mrs. Nora Gibbs.: Mrs'. Gibbs
directed the reception.
After a wedding trip to
Destin, the couple is residing
in Key West where the bride-
grdom :is, employed by the
Florida Keys' Marine Insti-
tute.
Out of town guests included:
Mrs. Cleo Dominey of Malone;
Billy Hester; Robert:Wadbey,
Burtoh Gilpii, Peter' White-
sell, Bill Alt, Gill Gillespie and
Miss Alisa McConnell of Au-
burn, Alabama; Mr. and Mrs.
Julian Bernheim o Birming-
ham, AlAbama; Gary Shelley
of Hattiesburg, Miss.; Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Fulmer of Perry;
Mr' and Mrs.. James Barr,
Mr4. .Charles Beauchamp,
Henry Beauchamp, Gary
Lees, Miss Evelyn Grammar,
Mrs. Tommy Phillips, Mrs.
Victor Kooh, Mr. and Mrs.
Ngo Nguyen, Mr. and -Mrs.
Ngan Nguyen, Teresa Bullock
and Frank Ward, of Panama
City; Mrs. Pauline McGee and


Mrs. Kenneth Stoutamire of
Marianna; Mr. Herschel Nor-
don, Mrs. Jerry Dantord, and
Dana, of Gordon, Alabama;
Mrs. Scott Allard of Tallahas-
see; Mrs. William Bretz of St.:
Augustine; Mrs. Billy Joe
Rich, Jr and Michael Miller
of Mobile, Alabama; Mr. and,
Mrs. Lee Hamm of Eufaula,
Alabama; Mr. and Mrs. Rex
Barefoot and Tina of'.Phenix
City, Alabamia; Mrs. C. W.
Roberts, Mrs. Leola Brace-
well, lr. and .Mrs Austin
Wingate and Roger, Tim and'
.Sharon of Bristol. :


A rehearsal dinner was held
.Aug. 27 at Gulf Sands Rest-' _
aurant. It was hosted by the
bridegroom's mother.'
A miscellaneous shower was ynthia Darlene Williams
hosted by Mrs. Nora Gibbs; ' ,
Mrs. Jody Gibbs, Mrs. Helen
Norwood, Mrs. Jenny Rich-:. .'.
ardson, Mrs. Joyce Young, -: : .t w ','
Mrs. Evelene Andrews, Mrs.
Betty Curlee, Mrs. India Mil-, Mr. and Mrs. Hughey Wil- is employed with St. Joseph
ler, Mrs. Rochelle Jackson liams, Sr. are proud to an- Telephone and Telegraph Co.
and Mrs. Betty Collinsworth ounce the engagement of John is a198 g e of
at Beach Baptist Chapel July their daughter, Cynthia Dar- arianna High School. and is
29. lene, to John Franklin Ford, . Marianna Hig h tchol , nand
effinloved with the Citv of Port


:A surprise shower- :'was
hosted by the stalf at Cherry
Hill Day Care Aug. 10.
SA cookout and pool party-
honoring the couple was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Preston Gibbs Aug. 26.














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MR, AND MRS. ELLZEY


Open House Mon day At

Port St. Joe Elementary


The Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School PTA will sponsor
an open house on September
21 at 7:00. Parents are to meet
in the school auditorium for a
shdrt business meeting before
visiting with teachers.
Officers for the 1982-83
school year are:- President,
Ned Ailes; vice president,
Brenda Burkett; secretary,
Pauline Pendarvis and treas-


surer. Elizabeth Keith.



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Sept. 29


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Citizens Federal

SSavings and Loan Association:


401 Fifth Street


Phone 227-1416


son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ford,
ISr. of Port St. Joe.
Cyithia is a 1980 graduate of
Port/Sti Joe High School, and


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St. Joe.
Wedding plans will be an-
nounced at a later date. :


Plann ing for Celebration Marking



Museum rWing


The Saint Joseph Historical
Society met at the Corine
Gibson Library for their
monthly meeting September
4th, with Wayne Childers,
president, conducting the
meeting.
' Much business was discus-
sed, mainly the plaque for the
,part of the old Cemetery
which has not been enclosed,
across from the gate. The
ceremony for the installation
will be simple with only the
president and Committee
members taking part. Those
.members are Mrs. Chauncy
':Costin, Mrs. James. McNeill,
*'Jessie Stone, and Wayne
Childers. ..' -
Plans for the celebration for
the new wing of the Constitu-
tion Museum were discussed.
The opening will depend on the
state officials, and when they
can be present. The new wing
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Sum-
mers are proud to announce
the birth of their son, Joshua
Aaron, born September 4.
Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. James Summers
of Port St. Joe. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Harper, Sr., of
White City. Paternal great-
.grandmother is Mrs. Bessie
Summers of Bristol. Maternal
great-grandmothers are Mrs.
Sadie Nash of Apalachicola
and Mrs. Jenny Raybon of
Eastpoint.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
SJimmy and Anita Davis are
proud to announce the arrival
of their new baby girl, born
August 25th at Benedictine
Hospital in Kingston, N. Y.
Amber Rose weighed 6 Ibs. 912
oz. She is happy at home with
Sher sister, Summer Rose.
Proud. grandparents are
Charlie and Bobbie Davis of
Port St. Joe, and Frank and
Christine Bruno of Kingston,
New York.


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contains the wax figures of the
signers of the Florida Consti-
tution and of the room in exact
replica of the old Constitution'
Hall.
Mrs. Herman Dean, the new
Chairman of the Daughters of
the American Revolution Con-
stitution Week reported that
September 17-23rd is always
Constitution Week, sponsored
by DAR. Members were asked
to fly their flags, and study the
American Constitution, one of
the greatest documents writ-
ten in all of our history, and-
the history of the world. The
entire United States of Ameri-
ca takes part in this important
observance.
Members present were
'Wayne Childers, president;
Jessie Stone, Mrs. Herman
Dean, Mrs. Chauncy' Costfin
Mrs. Hubert Brinson," and
Mrs. Charles Brown.
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JUSTIN ALLEN

Birthday Boy
Justin Allen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Rodney Allen, celebrated
his second birthday with a
party given by his parents at
the home of his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dean.
Friends and relatives help-
ing Justin celebrate were
SDiane, Kelley ahd Brooke
Christo; Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Tomlinson; Mrs. A. Morgan
Jones, Jr.; Paula Presnell;
Mrs.-Emory Stephens; Mrs.
Billy Stephens and Carolyn
and Bradley; Mrs. Marlen
Taylor and Ginger; and Mrs.
Michael Allen, and Chad.


Gardeners To Host


District Meeting

The Port St. Joe Garden Dunes areinvited to attend to
Club opened their 1982-83 year meet these Florida ,State
with a covered dish luncheon Officers.
on September 9. The head The members of Port St. Joe
able was decorated with a Garden Club are reminded
ovely arrangement of pine that now is the time to root
cone lilies made by Jeri Rich several pots of plants to
Ashcraft. After a pleasant donate to the:Port St. Joe
meal and a happy visit, Elementary School Halloween
catching up on everyone's Carnival.
summer activities, the meet- The Port St. Joe Garden
.ng was opened with prayer. Club welcomes ladies interest-
Plans were made for the ed in gardening, clean air, and
District Two Conference to be protecting this beautiful area
held' at the St. Joseph Bay to attend Club meetings and
Country Club on October 21st, become a Garden Club mem-
:4:5 EDT. Mrs M P. Huie is ber.


the general Chairman.
On Wednesday, October
20th, 7:00 PM, EDT, the Port
St. Joe Garden Club will have
a covered dish dinner honor-
ing Mrs. Edward R. Jordan,
State President; Mrs; Hugh G.
Simmons, First Vice Presi-
dent; Mrs. Augustus F. Wil-
liams, Jr., Second Vice Presi-
dent; and Mrs. Dursie Ek-
man, Third Vice President.
The members of Sea Oats and


NOTE OF THANKS
Dear Friends,
We want to thank you for
holding us up in: prayer. The
many services you have ren-
dered has kept our faith and
hope up.
We also thank the .Gulf
County Volunteer Ambulance
Service for their help.

The Blackburn Family :


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY. SEPT. 16, 1982


Constitution Week Proclaimed

0 The Daughters of the Ameri- Z=" 7-. Ii-
can Revolution invite all resi-
dents to help them celebrate
Constitution Week, September
17-23.
You are invited to study the
American Constitution, under-
stand its meaning, and under- -
stand why the United States of-'
America is the best nation in
the world. Display the Flag of
the United States, along with A. , , .
members of the DAR.
The purpose of the observ-..
ance of Constitution Week are ''
to recall to the American
people the true significance of
the events which occurred
S during September, 1787: to.
revitalize appreciation of our
great heritage: and to empha- f' ' '
size the responsibility of good
citizenship in protecting the
Constitution in the present and
preserving it for posterity.


The Star Spangled Banner was originally entitled "The
Defense of Fort McHenry."


NewBusiness


pensIn St. Joe
I Webster's dictionary de- Marian Louise loom will be.
fines "serendipity" as, among displayed and orders for it
;other things, "a faculty for taken at "Serendipity." Loom-
making happy." A new, and ed fabric, wall hangings and
inew kind, of shop for Port St. clothing, will be' featured;
Joe could well be defined as along with weaving acces-
:"serendipitous." "Seren- series and a selection of
dipity" opened September 9 at traditional Irish Aran knitting
203 Monument Avenue, with patterns. /
plenty of happiness-making
potential. Works of area painters;
Mrs. Claire Phillips and unusual ceramics; hand-
;Mrs. Ann Roberts, co-owners, crafted gifts and clothing for
note that serendipity also children; exquisite, hand-
neans "a group of unusual made porcelain dolls; wood
discoveries.'"' They've pro- carvings and stained glass
vided those unique, different, artifacts also make up "Seren-
one-of-a-kind items; collec- dipity's" extraordinary stbck.
tors' finds; the best in many Ann and Claire invite your
categorie:. The 'enterprising perusal of their oliogenous
iyomen 'have also created an
omen have also created a collections. "Serendipity" will
utlet for area artisans, as be open five days a week
well as a quality store- for the (closed Wednesday and Sun-
sale of small, fine antiques day), from 10 to 5 p.m.The
and home-furnishingson con- is ample parking on the lot
sjgnment. "Serendipity" of- east of the 203 Monumeht
fers a perfect showcase for Building, which also houses
prized possessions and family the new Finishing Touch
treasures; a long-time need store
. il . now be filled in the
anhandle.
"It's not easy to categorize Eastern
'Se~reiaipity;,'""says'ebullent* .. - .
Mrs Roberts. "We're not a Star T
gift store, though many items t r T
.would make fabulous gifts,
We're not a crafts shop, Inspected
either, but we will have
outstanding examples of hand- The official inspection of
crafted work. It's amazing the Gulf Chapter 191, Order of the
number of gifted artists we Eastern Star, will be held
have found in this area." Mrs. September 21 at 7:30 EDT,
Phillips echoes her enthu- with a banquet to be held at 6
siasm, and adds that the shop P.M. Sister Ina Fronz, As-
will carry top quality pure sociate Grand Conductress of
wool yarns, to provide a the Grand Chapter of Florida,
source for out-of-the-ordinary will be the Inspecting Officer.
knitters and weavers. The
petite shop owner has recently Worthy Matron Nell F. Neel
learned weaving on a profes- extends a welcome to all
siohal loom currently being members to attend this spe-
produced in Port St. Joe. The cial meeting.




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




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


NAPA) St. Joe Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue * Phone 229-8222
, mrWhen. the name is NAA, the standard is quality.


CARD OF THANKS


I am back home and re-
covering from surgery. I want
to thank my Sunday School
class, friends and loved ones
for all the calls, cards, flowers
and'visits. Your prayers were
especially appreciated.
It's good to be home. Thanks
for remembering me so gra-
cibusly.
Mamiie Lou Smith

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Week in Port St. Joe. Mrs. Herman Dean, chairman of Constitution Week for the Daughters of
the American Revolution looks on as Mayor Pate inks the document. Star photo


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Port St. Joe
Mrs. Jan Richardson, Chair-
man of the Port St Joe Cystic
Fibrosis Bike-A-Thon, has an-
nounced that the ride will
begin at the Port St. Joe High
School parking lot on Septem-
ber 25th at 9:00 AM. If you
want to ride and help the kids
with CF, instruction and pled-
ge forms are available at the
local elementary schools. :-
If you have any questions or
can help in any way, please
contact Mrs. Richardson at
229-8164 today and help a child
breathe easier A list of prizes
will be announced on Friday
at school assemblies.

Mexico Beach
The Mexico Beach Kiwanis
Club again announces that the
Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A-Thon
will be held on Saturday, Sept.
25th starting at 9 a.m. CST.
Bikers will meet at the
entrance'to-the Rustic Sands
Campgrounds on Hwy 386A:
The bikers will repeatedly.
circle a one mile supervised
course in support.of. cystic
fibrosis. Money .is raised for
the Cystic Fibrosis Founda-
tion by citizens donating a set
amount per mile ridden by the
biker they support. Money
raised by the Bike-A-Thon also
helps to support Cystic Fibro-
sis Centers here in Florida.
Prizes will be given in
several categories including
four places in most funds
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1982


Holloway Retires

Harrell Holloway is presented with a
plaque of appreciation by W,.Iter Wilder,
*Superintendent of Gulf County Schools,


AsUwjUInns"IaUruzuu3"y's-guIef u


Photos To Be Taken

Sept.24 At High School
Underclassmen pictures package selected must be paid
will be taken Friday, Septem- for at the time you are
6er 24, at Port St. Joe Highphotographed. Al checks
School.
Pictures can be purchased should be made payable to
on picture day only and the Port St. Joe High School.


THANK YOU
I would like to take this opportunity to
thank everyone for their vote and support for
County Commissioner, District Four.
I look forward to working for you and
with you.

THANK YOU

EVERETT "SKULL" OWENS, JR.





S j. The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

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


marking the retirement of Holloway from his
position as Director of Administration in the
county schools. Holloway has served in the
Gulf County Schools for 12 years as a teacher,
10 years as principal and the past six years
as Director of Administration. He has also
served six years as a teacher in Mississippi.
-Star photo


Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A-Thons September 25


Jimmy Skanes, son of SFC.
and Mrs. Donald Skanes,'Fort
Benning, Georgia, recently
received his black belt in
martial arts.
Jimmy had worked his way
through the Chinese Goju
white belt, yellow belt,.green
belt, and brown belt before
receiving his last award. Not
bad for a 51-pound, seven year
old, is it?
Martial arts training re-
quires a lot of discipline-
often difficult for adults. And
yet, Jimmy stays with it. He
even found extra time to play
I'-ball this summer, and plans
to play football this fall in the
Youth Activities league.
Jimmy has 18 trophies so
far. His parents back him fully
and take him to as many
tournaments as possible with-
in a 250-mile range.


host Pensacola here Saturday night at
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raised, four places in most
distance ridden. The first
place prize in the fund raising
category will be a portable
B-W TV. donated by the
Kiwanis Club. The following is
a partial list of merchants and
individuals who have donated
prizes as indicated:
Fishing Rod and Reel from
Cathey's Hardware; Reel
from Police Dept.: Case of
Pepsi from Mexico Beach
Service Center; Hair Cut or
Styled by Hair It Is; Super
Deluxe 16 inch Pizza from
Dave and Carol's; $15 in gift
certificates from Mexico
Beach Grocery: two Shrimp
or Oyster dinners from Top of


the Gulf; Ceramic lessons by
Dottie's Ceramics; Sunglas-
ses to all the riders from B&G
Seafood; Oysters and coke
from The Down Under; Two
T-shirts from Wayside Beach
Supply; 12 inch pizza from
Mini Mall Pizza; Pocket cal-
culator from Uncle Tom's
Plumbing; Jersey from Jeans
and Things; T-shirt from
Fiesta Plaza. Cash donations
are by: Marquardt's Mari-
na, and Parker's Realty.
Bike-A-Thon T-shirts will be
given to riders turning in $25
or more. Anyone interested,
young or old, may obtain
application forms at the fol-
lowing: Cathey's Hardware,


Mexico Beach Grocery, and
Marquardt's Marina. Anyone
wishing to donate to Cystic


Fibrosis can do so through the
Kiwanis Club of Mexico
Beach.


Sur-Way Electric

411 Reid Avenue


Commercial, Residential

Remodeling and

S Service Work

CHARLES SOWELL.

26 Years Experience :
Licensed and Bonded

Call Shorty at

229-6798




Vote For and Elect

W J. "Dude"

FORTNER,

District Two

Pull Lever 20-A
Your Vote and Support
Will Be Appreciated


CITIZENS OF GULF COUNTY
Words cannot express my sincere ap-
preciation for your vote and support on Tues-
d ay. September 7. The confidence and trust
you have placed in me, I will never forget! I
still stand by my pledge to represent the ma-
jority of the people of Gulf County to the best
of my ability. I will not represent special
interest groups.
For those of you who did not support me
in the first primary, I would deeply appreciate
your vote on October 5.
. Thank You!
W. J. (Dude) FORTNER


What the Public Doesn't Know CAN Hurt


A Stop-Growth stance on the


pri~~Corp
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* Shut down ports and industries :i:

* Destroy existing jobs

* Prevent the creation of new jobs

* Increase fertilizer prices

* Price Apalachicola Valley products :
out of the world market .

* Raise rail rates to and from this area *

* Add to your fuel and electrical costs

* Ultimately, force actions damaging to
the environment





THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION gave the manager
of the Jackson 'County Port Authority a chance to
answer a LOS ANGELES TIMES NEWS SERVICE
reporter who ridiculed Port Florida-West as "The Lit-
tle Port That wouldn't " His reply, reprinted at left,
deserves your attention.


-- Learn the facts. Then stand up for responsible

development of the ACF Waterway. It's our best hope for economic progress.


Paid Advertising by The Tri-Rivers Waterway Development Association


He is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs.SWillie Allen, 239 Ave.
E, Port St. Joe.

Phillip Hunter

Gets B.S. Degree
Among the 1,589 degrees
awarded by the University of
Florida summer semester
were 966 bachelor's and 404
master's degrees. There were
also 116 Ph.D.s and 55 juris
doctor degrees, plus 11 doctor
of education, 29 specialist in
education, five doctor of phar-
macy, one doctor of dental
medicine and two engineer
degrees.
Receiving a Bachelor of
Science Degree in Advertising
from the College of Journa-
lism and Communications was
Phillip N. Hunter of Port St.
Joe.


7 Year Old Wins


Martial Arts Belt


DEAR FRIENDS & SUPPORTERS
Thank you for the wonderful vote and sup-
port you gave me on September 7 for School
Board Member District 1. Now I am again ask-
ing for your vote and continued support on Oc-
tober 5.
PLEASE VOTE FOR & ELECT


OSCAR D. REDD
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
S.. ....istrict One


E.M.T. Class Will

Organize Tuesday
Those persons who have County Court]
'expressed an interest in The meeting
taking an Emergency Med- called to get
ical Technician .course to c d to gt
Sbe offered by the ambu- ount of thosu
lance service, are asked to takethe co c
attend an organizational meeting day
- meeting. The meeting will registration
be held Tuesday, Septem- ' Those unat
ber 21 at 7:00 p.m., in the and still inter
ambulance service build- ,ing the cot
ing adjacent to the county contact Squac
library building, immedi- therine Rams a
ately east of the Gulf or 227-1768.


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: Port St. Joe's Sharks put
Their -rebuilding team to its
"first test last Friday night, but
:the testing didn't turn out too
:well.
Defensively, the Sharks
.were tough against a .team
which is touted as being the
-team to beat in Northwest
:florida this year. In the
S:meanwhile, that other team
(the Walton County Braves)
~w as also putting some stout
;defense on the Sharks, holding
?them scoreless and almost
iyardless for the evening. The
;Braves managed to put 13
points on the scoreboard,
le'espite the solid Shark defen-
sive effort.
The Sharks could manage
S only four first downs, 32 yards
rushing and 16 yards passing
.during the evening. The
'Braves double-barreled at-
tack of senior tailback Nate
ilaldwin and.junior, tailback
Amos Williams did the most
damage with a total of 181 of
SBe Braves' 219 yards to their
Sredit.
To the Sharks' credit, they
didn't fumble the entire game
Despite a field which was
soaked from hard' week-long
tains and playing in a wet
condition.
. The Braves first TD came
about two-thirds of the way
, rough the first period. On
je Shark 30 yard line with a
first down, Baldwin slanted to
Sis left and ran the 30 yards
for the score. The Braves tried
th run across with two extra
. Points, but Sidney Harris
tickled Brave quarterback
Wallace McClendon to stop the
bivo-point threat.
.: The Braves scored again in
the last period, with Baldwin
i gain putting the ball in the
d zone on a two yard plunge
around right end. The Sharks
: iade the Braves work for the
i~fx points, even though they
.jlrted their scoring drive on

iTim Etherid


Sub Champ

*Tim Etheridge was crowned
e, men's Club Champion. at the
SOlympi pa in Dothan, Ala-
: bama after winning the An-
al Labor Men's Club Tour-
nament held Labor Day week-
did.
:Tim shot two identical even
iar 72 rounds for a 144 total
dining the event. Slim McDuf-
fIe, son of Pro Fred McDuffie,
:/ was second with a 146, and
'. lommy Cotton was third with
; total of 148.
:-Tim is a former golfer for
the Port St. Joe Sharks and a
graduate of Lake City Corn-


S-Public

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS.
-Tne Boara of County Commissioners ci
Gull County will receive sealed Dias iom
any person. company. or copoiallln in
tested In selling the County the follow
rng described personal proerpty:
One Il Ithree point hilh backhoe with
-24" wide bucket Thal will couple tO a
.Fora 5000 Tractor Backhoe ano pads
.shall woik oil its hydraulic pump
powered by the Iraclor s PT O
;Bid shall Include the price of a set of
dual wheel attachments plus tires for
Ahe Ford 5000 Tractor, Size 16.9-30.
;Bids will be received until 7:00 o'clock
SP' . E D T. September 28, 1982, at the
Ol' ce ot Ine Clerk of Circuit Court. 1000
Fifth Slreel, Port SI Joe, FL 32456 The
Boad reserves the light 1t ielecl any and
all�bids
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GOLF COUNTY. FLORIDA
i /sJimmy O Gornman, Chairman
2t9-9

S FICTITIOUS NAME
S notice is h.reby'given that pursuant to
SSection 865.09. Florida Slatutes. Ine
' udersigned persons intend to register
with the Cleik o0 the Circuit court Gull
C IJinly. Florida, lour weeks aller the uirsl
ptilication of this notice, the fictitious
nele: or trade name under which they will
bhengaged in business and In which said
businesss Is to be carried on, to-wit:
WAUNETA'S ACCOUNTING &
S INCOME TAX SERVICE
* 116 Monument Avenue,
. Port St; Joe, Florida 32456
Owner: Wauneta Brewer,
'Sept. 13, 1982
4t 9-16
SJOB OPENING
COUNTY VETERAN'S
SERVICE OFFICER
Oliyllflcatlons:
� honorably discharged veteran, or sur-
vlving spouse of such. with service as a
mrnber of the U.S. Armed Forces during
a period of war as defined In Title 38,
U.S.C.; at least.18 months active duty In
th :Armed Forces; 2 year college degree
or igh school diploma and 4 years of ad-
miSistrative experience. Applications
mist be made at the Office of the Clerk of
Ciuit Court, Gulf County Courthouse,
1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Applications will be accepted until
September 24, 1982.
S B(ORD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GUJF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Byvisl Jimmy 0. Gortman, Chairman
. ' 2t9-16


'LEGAL NOTICE
pursuant to Florida Statutes 101.35,
thi' Is to notify any Interested persons of
th sealing of the voting machines to be
usae In the 2nd Primary on October 5,
1982.
' The sealing 1ill begin September 29,
~982, at 11.00 A.M. at the Gulf County
CoDrthouse al Port St. Joe, Florida.
Anyone wishing to witness said sealing
' should be present.
CORAkSUE ROBINSON


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THE'STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1982


PAGE SEVEN


Gators Defeat Apalach


Sharks Lose to Walton High




Braves 13-0 In Season Opener


unbles
penalties


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irds of offense, while the
defense held the Sharks to
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the Shark one yard line with a
first down.. It took the Waltoer
County squad the entire foui
downs to get the ball into the
end zone. Greg Brac kicked
the extra point after the
touchdown to give the Braves
their 13 points..
Early in the game, it looked
as if the Sharks had a long
night in store for the Braves.
Receiving the opening kick-
off, the Braves managed to
move the ball for only eight
yards to their own 29 before
they were forced to kick. But
the officials tossed their flag
and said the Sharks roughed
the kicker. The Braves took
over on their own 44 after the
penalty had been 'marked
down and on first play, Nate
Baldwin rambled up the' mid-
dle for eight yards. On the
tackle, he fumbled the ball
and Terry Woullard recovered
the ball for the Sharks.
After that one play, it was
mostly a stout defensive effort
for the Sharks, who didn't
record their initial first down
until about midway through
the second period.
Defensively, the Sharks had
the name of nearly every man
on the squad called for making
a tackle.
Leading the Shark defense
were Seth Howell and Sidney
Harris with seven tackles
each. Willard Paul Gilbert had
five tackles and Terry Woul-
lard and Jay Lynn had five
each.
Tomorrow night, the Sharks
hit the road to Havana to meet
the Gladiators.

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The Gators scored in- every
period except the second. In
the first period, Andrew Gain-
er hauled in a 12 yard pass
from quarterback Chris Tho-
mas, with Zeb Addison adding
the extra point. Addison then
collaborated with Thomas on
a pass play which covered 55
yards and kicked another
extra point to account for the
Gators first period 14 points.
While the Gators were idle
in the scoring department in
the second period, the Sharks'
Mike House scored on a
10-yard run and ran the two
point conversion.
In the third period, Thomas
and Gainer again came to life
and connected on an eight
yard pass play and a six yard
pass play to score twice again
in the third period. Addison
kicked one extra point, to give
the Gators a 27-8 lead at'the
end of the period.
In the last quarter, Jason
Whitfield took a 15-yard pass
play from Thomas and turned
it into a touchdown. Addison's
kick failed. The Gators put the
icing on the cake late in the
period as they tackled Apala-
chicola quarterback Mike
House in the end zone for a two
point safety.
Tomorrow night, the Gators
will host the Cottondale Hor-

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to put fever to flight. It
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Passing yards
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year he has been the Assistant
Superintendent at the Olyim-
pia Spa in Dothan. Tim is also
a former winner of the C. W.
Roberts and George Tapper
Golf Tournaments here in
Port St. Joe.


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Notices-'
Supervisor of Elections
"Gulf County, Florida


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
SARAH E. SENK and 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, wnose aaoress is
408 Long Avenue, Port SI Joe, Florida
and whose post office address is P. 0.
Box 447, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, on dr
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 for 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: isl Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
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NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING ON
PROPOSED FEDERAL
REVENUE SHARINGEBUDGET
Notice Is hereby given thatthe Board of
City Commissioners of Port' St. Joe,
Florida, will be in session on September
23, 1982, at 5:30 P.M., at the municipal
Building, for the purpose of hearing from
any person or persons that wish the op-
portunity to make oral and written sug-
gestions regarding possible uses of
revenue sharing funds, to-wit:
Mosquito Control ........... 6,000.00
Gulf Co. Recreation Program . 6,450.00
Gulf Co. Senior Citizens ...... 1,250.00
Gulf Co. Retarded Activity
Center ......... ...... . 1,250.00
Gulf Co. GuidanceClinic .... 1,250.00
Gulf Co. Library ........... 1,8000.
Equipment:
1 Police Vehicle .......... 9,000.00
Police Station Air Cond .... 3,000.00
Knuckle Boom Loader ..... 38,500.00
July 4 Fireworks Display ... 2,700.00


Total
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By:lsl L. A. Farrls,
City Auditor-Clerk


$71,200.00


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Quarterback Chris Butts tries' to get Friday night's action here. The Sharks go to
around Lynn Lava and Dewayne Laired in Havana tomorrow night. -Star photo


Tech Sgt.Pittman

Receives Medal
Tech. Sgt. Hosea D. Pitt-
man, son of M. D. and Queen
Pittman of 285 Ave. E, Port St.
Joe, has been decorated with
the U.S. Air Force Commen-
dation Medal at Langley Air
Force Base, Va.
The Air Force Commenda-
tion Medal is awarded to those
individuals who demonstrate
outstanding achievement or
meritorious service in the
performance of their duties on
behalf of the Air Force.
Pittman is a dental techni-
cian with the 1st Tactical
SFighter Wing.

5,000 Meter Race

for Scholarship
.A 5,000 Meter Road Race
will be held at 8:30 :AM
September 25, at Gulf Coast
Community College, Panama
City. ,:
Entry fee is $5.00. T-shirts
will be given. Trophies will be
awarded to overall male and
female winners; ribbons for
1-2-3 age division winners.
Proceeds will be given to the
Frank Pericola Scholarship
Fund. For information, call
the Athletic Attic, 769-8544, or
Panhandle Runners, 265-6765.

In Memory of Arthur L Shackelford
on His Birlhday - September 16:
We often think of bygone days
when we were all-together.
Th .family chain Is broken
now, but memories will live for-
ever. To us, he has not gone,
away, nor has he traveled far.
Just entered. God's eternal
home and left the gate ajar.
Your Loving Wife, Eartha
and Daughters, Beverly, Debra
Sons: Archie, Arthur and John:
and Grandchildren
Mr. Arthur Shackelford
September 24, 1981
jn Memory of our father and
grandfather you were the star
in our crown, and you were
there when' we needed you, to
'do things for us you loved to
do. Your kindness will linger in
our hearts, not even in eternity
will it part. Your life on earth is
now behind, but you left beau-
tiful memories in our minds.
We loved you and you loved us,
but you had an important task
.to fulfill with the supreme one
alone on September 24, 1981.
Your Children,
Archie Shackelford, Arthui
Shackelford, John Shackelford
Debra Shackelford, Beverly
Pittman and Grandchildren
IN MEMORIAL
IN LOVING MEMORY of my
husband, Arthur L. Shackelford
who went home to be with our
Lord one year ago, September
24, 1981. So suddenly you left
our midst, the day God took
you home. There was no time
to say goodbye, Just God's
sweet touch and you were
gone. You left this world so.
peacefully, That no one even
knew, Shared quietly and calm-
ly by only God and you. We're
thankful for His mercy, How
wonderful His love ----- To carry
you so gently to your new
home up above. We love you
and miss you. Sometimes it's
hard to bear, the loss of one so
special, the love we used to
share. God has promised a reu-
nion to those He calls His own,
the day He takes us to your
side; the day He' takes us
home.
Your Loving Wife,
Eartha Pd.9-16


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Record King Mackerel
This 52 pound King Mackerel was caught in the Gulf
recently by 13-year-old David-Ramsey-of Birmingham,
Alabama and Mexico Beach. Fishing from the boat, "Sea
Ram". In the picture, David's father, Donald Ramsey, helps
him hold up the fish. At right is Steve Kerigan of Mexico
Beach. The King is the largest recorded of its species to be
caught in the Gulf of Mexico.


NOTICE OF


BUDGET HEARING


The City of Port St. Joe has

tentatively adopted a budget

for the fiscal year 1982/1983. A

Public Hearing to make a

FINAL DECISION on the

BUDGETAND TAXES will be

held September 23, 1982, at 5:30

P.M. in the Municipal Building,

Port St. Joe, Florida.





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THANK YOU


I wish to thank the public for

their support and help during

my term in office. I enjoyed serv-

ing as your Commissioner.


Thank you for your vote on

Tuesday, September 7.


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MINUTES

of the


Board of Public Instruction


The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on August 3, 1982 at 9:00 AM in
the Gulf County Courthouse in
Port St. Joe. The following
members were present: Way-
Ion Graham, Ted Whitfield,
Gene Raffield, Paul Sewell,
Fred Greer. The Superinten-
dent was also present.
Chairman Graham presided
and the meeting was opened
with prayer and followed by
the Pledge of Allegiance.
On motion by Sewell, second
by Greer, the Board unani-
mously approved the minutes
of July 13 and 27, 1982.
Charles Gaskin, Architect,
met with the Board and
explained that Kolmetz Con-
struction is making an effort
to correct all items on the
punch list at the Wewahitchka
Elementary School. Mr. Gas-
kin will give a weekly report
on the status of correcting
these deficiencies.
On motion by Mr. Raffield,
second by Mr. Sewell, the
Board unanimously approved
the following transportation
matters:
Established a fee for the use
of a bus for non-school activi-
ties for the 1982-83 school year
as follows:
Small Bus, 20 cents per
mile, 435.00 per day, gas and
insurance; Large bus, 40 cents
per mile, $55.00 per day, gas
and insurance.
The Superintendent pre-
sented an agreement between
the Gulf Coast Community
College and the Gulf County
School Board whereby the
school board would furnish
one bus to transport students
from the Wewahitchka area to
Gulf Coast with Gulf Coast
reimbursing the school board
for one-half of the costs for
operating the bus. On motion
by Mr. Raffield, second by Mr.
Sewell, the Board unanimous-
ly approved this agreement.
Beginning with the 1982-83
school year, Bay County
School Board agreed to fur-
nish one bus and gasoline from
the Port St. Joe area to Gulf
Coast Community College and
Tom P. Haney. On motion by
Raffield, second by Sewell, the
Board vpted unanimously that
begiinninf in fhll Of 1983 all
transportation funded by the
Gulf County School Board to
either Tom P. Haney or Gulf
Coast Community College will
involve a student fee for all
passengers. The amount of the
fee will be established at a
later date.
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously approved the
following personnel matters:
Approved Lillian Russ to a 6
hour position at Wewahitchka
Elementary School;
Approved Mary Ann Adki-
son to a 3h2 hour position at
Wewahitchka High School;
Approved Marchelle Mc-
Lemore be rehired as a P.E.
aide at Wewahitchka Elemen-
tary School for the 1982-83
school year;
Approved Judy Warren be
reemployed as part time vocal
music teacher at Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School on
a six hour per day, one day per
week basis;
Approved a leave of absence
for Minnie L. Lovett for the
1982-83 school year;
Accepted the resignation of
Ann Aldridge as a teacher
with the Gulf County School
System;
Accepted a letter of retire-
ment from Laurie Geddie;
Approved Yvonne Atchison
as School Food Service Mana-
ger at'Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School for the 1982-83
school year;
Approved Easter Nichols as
School Food Service Assistant
Manager at Port St. Joe
Elementary School for the
1982-83 school year;
Approved Frances Hardy to
a six hour position at Port St.
Joe Elementary School Food
Service Program.


The Board reviewed a re-
quest for Deborah Jean Bry-
ant to attend ' Gulf Coast
Community College as an
early admissions student. On
motion by Raffield, second by-
Greer, the Board unanimously
approved this request.
On motion by Greer, second
by Whitfield, the Board unani-
mously approved the follow-
ing program matters:
Approved an agreement be-
tween the Bay County School
Board and the Gulf County
School Board relating to the
education of Gulf County
students in Bay County School
Centers;
Approved the Gifted pro-
gram be increased to two days
per week;
Approved' a request to.the
Commissioner of Education
for a delay in implementation
of the new SBR 6A-6.3018,
Special Programs for Stu-
dents with Specific Learning
Disabilities until August 1,
1983.
The Board reviewed each
cost center budget. No action
necessary.
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Greer, the Board
adopted the following policy
on Loss Prevention Program:
"The School Board has adopt-
ed and will comply with the
PAEC Risk Management Loss
Program in accordance with
the Panhandle Area Educa-
tional Cooperative Risk Man-
agement Consortium Manual,
Section VI."
On motion by Greer, second
by Whitfield, the Board ac-'
cepted the lowest bid from
Brock Paving Company for
Double Tennis Court at Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School
and Driveway and parking
area at Adult School facility.
Bids are as follows: Brock
Paving Company, Tennis
Courts, Driveway and parking
area, $4,766.00; C. W. Roberts
Contracting, Inc., Tennis
Courts, $7,512.00, Driveway
and Parking area, $5,600.00;,
Gulf Asphalt Corporation,
Tennis Courts, $6,000.00,
Driveway and Parking area;
$5,110.00. The Board also
accepted the lowest and best
bid on school food products as
follows: Milk- Bordens;
Bread- Flowers; Cleaning
Supplies- Sysco-Monticello;
Frozen and chilled- Phillips
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Meats; Frozen and chilled and
processed- Sysco-Monticello;
Frozen and chilled- P. R.
Harrell; Processed- Daffin
Mercantile; Processed- Lan-
ce, Inc. Copies of all bids are
on file in the Superintendent's
Office. -
On motion by Sewell, second
by Raffield, the Board unani-
mously approved for Willie
Burrows to continue to collect
swill in the Port St. Joe area
and Ike Mincy in the Wewa-
hitchka area. The Board also.
approved Joe Brock for trash
pick-up and removal from
Highland View Elementary
School for the 1982-83 school
year.
SOn motion by Greer, second
by Sewell, the Board unani-
mously approved that the bills
be paid.
There . being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on
September 7, 1982 at 5:30 PM.
The Gulf County School
Board met in special session
on August 26, 1982 at 4:00 PM
in the Gulf County Couirthouse
in Port St. Joe. The following
members were present: Way-
Ion Graham, Ted Whitfield,
Gene, Raffield, Paul Sewell,
Fred Greer. The Superinten-
dent was also present.
Chairman Graham presided
and the meeting was opened
with prayer by Sewell and
followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
On motion by Greer, second
by Raffield, the Board unani-
mously approved the follow-
ing personnel matters:
Approved Bertha -Thomas
be assigned the duty of Head
Custodian. at Wewahitchka
Elementary School, effective
July 1, 1982;
Approved Olivia Moore be
assigned the duty of Head
Custodian at Wewahitchka
High School, effective July 1,
1982;
Approved Dorothy Stewart
be employed as a custodial
worker at Wewahitchka High
School for 7 hours per day,
effective July 16, 1982;
Approved Kesley Colbert as
Assistant Football Coach at
Port St. Joe High School
during the 1982 season;
Approved DennisKizziah be
employed as a teacher at Port
St. Joe High School for the
1982-83 school year;


advertised for bids;
approved a new bus stop in
th Wewahitchka area and in
tlfe Indian Pass area.
.There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.

"The ideal of calm exists in
a sitting cat." Jules Renard


Accepted the letter of re-
signation from Teresa Brown
as a teacher at Port St. Joe
High School;
Approved the transfer of
Joseph Walker from Port St.
Joe Elementary School to Port
St. Joe High School as a
Compensatory teacher for the
school year 1982-83;
Approved that Nan Adkison
be reinstated as a teacher at
Port St. Joe Elementary
School to fill the vacancy
created by the transfer of
Joseph Walker.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion by
Raffield, second by Whitfield,
the. Board unanimously ac-
cepted the AGREEMENT be-
tween the School Board of Gulf
County and the Gulf County
Teacher Association. Copies
of the AGREEMENT are on
file in the Superintendent's
office
The Board reviewed cor-
respondence from State De-
partment of Education ac-
knowledging that all district's
categorical programs will be
reduced two percent.
On ,motion by Raffield,
second by: Sewell, the Board
unanimously. approved the
following matters:
Approved an Agreement
with the Gulf County School
Board and Franklin County
School Board whereby, the
Gulf County School; System
provides the transportation
for Franklin. County excep-
tional students ? to . attend
schools in Bay County;
Approved that Lesia Whit-
field be allowed to attend Gulf
Coast Community :College as
an early admissions student;
Approved bus No. 10, 1966
chevrolet, serial No. S6926522-
1456, be declared surplus and
should be removed from Pro-
perty Record and it is to be


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Sirloin T-Bone, Porteriouse :
Full BEEF LOIN Lb 69
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10 Lb. Ground Chuck $1550
10 Lb. End-Pork Chops 1200
10 Lb. Lean Rib Stew .. $1200
10 Lb. Ground Beef,...,. ddd, 675
10 Lb.-Smoke Neckbone .. $650
10 Lb. Chic. Backs & Necks $139
10 Lb. BEEF LIVER ...... $550
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15 Oz. Bush - Save 18'
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2 Lb. Kraft - Save 64' 19 32 Oz. Jar
GRAPE JELLY ..... . "1 KRAFT MAYONNAISE
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"K.'"^ -


AR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


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


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


9-30 A.M.
1 00 A.M.
6 00 P.M.


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




HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friend

SUNDAYSCHOOL ......... .. .. 945 A M
SWORSHIPSERVICE . ...... . 11:00A.M & 7.30P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING(Sunday) ...... .. .. 6:30P.M
SMID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .. . 7:30 P M

Nursery Provided BRO. JERRY REGISTER


THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1982


EXTENSION NOTES:


Tips from Roy


for Fall Gardening


BY ROY LEE CARTER


SSeptember is the beginning
of the fall gardening season.
It's time to do just about
everything in your fall garden.
Things to consider are seed-
bed preparation and planting
of a vegetable garden and
annual flowers, general clean-
up of the home grounds,
preparation for overseeding
your lawn. Also keep a watch-
ful eye out for insects and
diseases on lawns and orna-
mentals. My information for
thiH article was provided by
Extension Horticulturist Dr.
Robert J Black.
If you want a fall flower
garden, start preparing a good
planting bed. Locate the plot


County Extension Director


in an area which receives full
sun at leasthalf a day and stay
away from large trees. Tree
roots are' strong, competitors
for fertilizer and water, so
plant your vegetables or an-
nuals in a spot- where trees
won't compete :
Hardy annuals, which will
survive cold weather, you can
plant in late September in-.
cludes alysstim,' calendula,
candytuft, cleome, 'dianthus.
Gaillardia, gerberas, baby
breath, nasturtium, pansies,
petunias, phlox, snapdragons,
statice, sweet peas, verbena,
and violas. These are just a
few of the plants you can start
now. Your garden shops will


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:" ; THANK YOU FOR YOUR OVERWHELMING

VOTE OF CONFIDENCE LAST TUESDAY!
;..,,.-....kE . ,R d .i ll
-W Personal service in elected public office
is a high honor for any citizen. To have
you, the voters of my district, approve
my 26 years of public service is not only a
high honor to me, but a personal tribute
to my family and friends who worked so
hard in our campaign. We are especially
grateful to receive such a strong vote
from your community. You have my com-
mitment to work hard and continue to be
Sour strong, clear voice in site govern-
ment.
MY SINCERE THANKS, o





DEMPSEY BARRON,

1A DEMPSEY J. BARRON pd. po. adv. Cliff Fleming Jr.





WHY POPLEEAD


WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS.



aet, Over 80% found newspaper advertising most helpful for information rile

Ruli on p s where to shop and sales! g' n

' Left .-' Tntact

WASHINGT( 67% of Weekly readers surveyed read the Classifieds! nt e
: Supreme Cow G .-. ant's 130
=" t ua 130
redoXW a aded a
Sme"tu ter 5 84% of Weekly readers surveyed read the other Advertisements! eie Sun.
SiLms have a or "ing for
to e Laetr' nations.
meit, I cl 80 of Weekly readers surveyed read Advertisin Inserts! W ,noty
ment lneft t , ve pay
Speal u t . - .er plants,
nosueh: - agreement
met 72.5% of Weekly readers surveyed read Grocen Ads before shopping! :.' pay last
vervia s -"clls said.
til Wono orga
It is col on organ-
aielyths Over 40% of Weekly readers surveyed read Clothing A before buying! ars, ex-
study te b .nract
ut rh a flations
But fen
fmred I u 70% of Weekly readers surveyed read Real Estate ads when buying! Roanoke
cer Vllrlns - for the
EDITORIAL FIGURES: ' e" Bth
UIi SWI war with
gally. ieara. I'
TheL 51 of Weekly readers surveyed get most information on State Events over and
been an a. .. .. to sta
luo modern from their newspapers! ie com-
thus far to
A num' . - ,O0u
voerate I |72.5% of Weekly readers surveyed get most Local Information from : oanuke
*?oI, - 0n back
ahe their newspapers! , .gng
ludes stwo
Bya -eases that
e s. As with other surveys, newspapers didn't win every category in competition with gth past
fedeal.b 000 work-
Tederal bn i plants,
oment other media. But, THESE STATISTICS DO SHOW VERY POSITIVE EDITORIAL' Roanoke
th dee an 15.
MaleC. AND SALES DATA FOR WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS. ' iV tO
--& ' , .'e~tive
prtvalC
"The 1 . . pay In-
resolve' 1 97 fer
~ble for Ri anoke
mptton average of
ede pro THIS IS WHY WE FEEL WE ARE IMPORTANT TO Y U aid the
lectiveneas ."id the
�narketed. ide any
:Last F "*fits at
34�w ive recog-
swered L t n our
pthe g

de Stevens

ot n .Phone 227-1278 1 "0o+
(In H on
rannn


have many more.
September and October are
the months when Gibberellic
Acid is used on camellias. On
many varieties, :the flower
Size may be increased signifi-
cantly, producing a bloom
much earlier than would be
the case without treatment.
Select a well, developed
flower bud, remove the point-
S'ed growth bud adjacent to the
flower bud A small cupwillbe
left where the growth bud has
!been removed. Fill the .cup
with one drop of the acid'
solution tUsually a difference
in bud size' between treated
arnd, untreated camellia buds
is apparent in a week
By encouraging earlier flo-.
wering in camellias, freeze
damage is reduced and flow-
*ers '::become available for
holiday decorations
A compact poinsettia plant
may 1Be obtained at flowering'
time, if the plants are pruned
several times during the grow-
ing season. The new growth,
after 'it' is '12' inches long,
should be cut back, leaving
four leaves on each shoot. This
operation should be repeated
every time the new growth
develops until about Septem-
ber 10. Pruning after Septem-
ber 10 may interfere with
flowering, as these plants set
their buds soon after October
:10.
Watch your lawn and orna-
mental' plants for pests. It's
still warm enough for insects
like scales, white flies, mites,
phids, and caterpillars to be
damaging shrubs. Sod web-
worms and armyworms are
ravaging many lawns and
brown patch disease is a
problem. Watch out for these
problems and start control
measures as soon as you
notice damage.
SDon't delay your fall gar-
dening activities. There's a lot
to be done now, and even more
-riext month!

Steer Clear

of Drunk


Drivers
Florida drivers can avoid
becoming 'the victim of a
drinking driver by knowing
how to detect and stay clear of
driving errors commonly
made by intoxicated drivers
the Florida Highway Patrol
said this week.
Using information gathered
in a survey by the National
Highway Traffic Safety Ad-
ministratioon observations
and blood alcohol levels on
over 4,600 arrests for drunk
driving, the Patrol came up
with a list of mistakes which
indicate that the driver com-
mitting these mistakes is
probably drunk.
Lt. Colonel Roger C. Collar,
acting director of the Patrol
said, "By being alert and
, lookiingfor the, following 20
mistakes commonly made by
drunk drivers and staying a
* safe distance away from them
.drivers can avoid becoming
involved in a traffic crash
caused by them." The per-
ceritage figure :after: each
mistake indicates how many
drivers out of 100 drivers
Committing these driving er-
rors will, actually, be legally
drunk: ' ,
Turning with a wide radius,
65 percent- Straddling center
or lane marker, 65 percent;
Appearing to be drunk (ex-
ample: slouching, erratic or
obscene gestures, eye fixa-
striking object or other vehi-
cle, 60 percent; Weaving, 60
percent; Driving on other than
; designated roadway (such. as
shoulder, off the pavement
entirely, through turn-only
lanes, etc,), 55' percent;'
Swerving, 55 percent; Slow
speed, 50 percent; Stopping
(without cause) in traffic lane,
50 percent;
Following too closely, 50
. percent; Drifting, 50 percent;
Tires on center lane, 45
percent; Braking erratically,
45 percent; Driving into op-
posing or crossing traffic, 45
percent; Signalling inconsis-
tent with driving action, 40
percent; Slow response to
traffic signals, 40 percent;
Stopping inappropriately
(other than in traffic lane), 35
percent; Turning abruptly or
illegally, -35 percent; .Ac-
celerating or decelerating ra-


pidly, 30 percent; Headlights
off, 30 percent.


Qnlujy
I iT21'


ST. J,OSEPH BAY RE/


.9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 * P.O. Bx 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTA TE SALES, BEACH RENTALS
v I--


v l 07 Yaon '
3 bdrm a.. 1u at energy
efficient lljllfu . unable
mort.

PORT ST. JOE
S* New Listing:.706 Woodward Ave. 4
bdrm., 2 ba. Must see to appreciate.
Only $27.500.
* Great buy at only $41,500. 3 bdrm., 1 /2
ba., only 7 yrs. old. Long Avenue.
* 1501 Monument Ave. Large 3 bdrm.,.
11/2 ba., liv. rm.. din. rm. & kit. combo.
* 616 Marvin Ave. 3 bdrm., 1% ba. brick
home. Ig. screened porch, 11/V lots,
cen. h&a.
* 1306 Long Ave. 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.



OVERSTREET
* Canal front. reduced to $31,500 with a
Good assumable 7% interest mor-
tgage. 3 bdrm.. 2 ba.


ALTY
REALTOR


648-5011 Sales.
648-8220 Rentals:


ST. JOE BEACH
* Waterfront townhouse, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
now under construction, fireplace,
$95,000.

* 3 bdrm., 1 ba. home. Columbus -St. on
11/ lots, real close to beach.

* Pineda St., large 3 bdrm., 1 1/ ba. house
on 2Y2 lots, $49,900 with good owner
financing.
* New Listing on Coronado St. Real nice
lot, only $8,000.


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 ................. 6488939
ARCHIEBARBEE ...................... 848-5392
JIM CLEMENT .......................... 648.5482
JEAN FALISKI ......... ..... ....... . 229. 53
WYVONNE HATTAWAY ,:............... 229.6993


*;- '1.''


I


Coast Guard Taking


Applications for Cadets

The United States Coast the globe, operates the ice- for all polar expeditions, and
Guard Academy has an- breakers which clear the way enforces marine law.
nounced that it is now accept-
ing and processing applica-
tions for appointment as
Cadet, U.S. Coast Guard, - P u- ioti le.s -
Class of 1987. Applications are
being accepted from both men NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED the SE Quarter lying Eastside of
and women. Appointments as ZONING ORDINANCE State Road No. 71 In Section 1,
NOTICE is hereby given that the' Board Township 5 South, Range 10 West,
Coast Guard Cadets are ten- of city Commissioners 6f Ward Ridge. Gulf County, Florida:
dered solely on the basis of an Florida will hold a public hearing in the YOU ARE FURTHER REQUIRED to
annual nationwide competi- Commissioner's room in the City Hall at' serve a copy of your Answer or other
nn ntionwi ei the City of Ward Ridge on September 27.. response to the Complaint on Plaint.H's
tion with.: no congressional 1982 at 7:00 p.m. for the purpose of hear: Attorney: . M- OR
appointments or geographical ing from any person or persons on the ROBERT M. MOORE,.
uotas. Applications for ap- proposed Zoning Ordinance of the City of ' P. . Box 248
ta. ApplicWad Ridge. Florida. Said proposed Or. Port St. Joe. Flori da 32456
pointment must be submitted dinancea be examined or inspected and file npn .',Q.,31 inereoi 1.1 me C.rcuii
to the Director of Admissions, .at the City Hall in Ward Ridge or by con- Court Clerk's Office. Gulf County.Court-
.S. C st Gard Academ acting the Mayor of the City of Ward house.' Port St. Joe, Floida 32456, on or
U.S. Coast. uard Academy, Ridge. before the 14th day of October, 1f982. Your .
prior to. December 15, 1982. . . . AR' la I:ure Ii.- .a. s i.iiauseavDeisuil Judg
Candidates must arrange' to , , ,*,'. %Ui, Mayor . i , * - C'.Ie d"S,.-noS Mou a..a eacn
participate in either the Col- . 2t9-16 DATED this the 13th day of September,
lege Board Scholastic Apti- __ . 1982.
tude Test tSAT' or American NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT,'
College Testing Assessment The Gulf County School Board will By: Tonya Knox 4t9-16
S e- . .. e ' . ., A . s .m et receive bids until 9:00.A.M.., E.D.S.T., Oc. .____ _
(ACT)prior toorincludingthe tober 1, 1982. in the office of the
December 11,1982 administra- Sur.erer..,er..t,i Si r.c.i ,:i s. ine follow- NOTICEOF INTENDED ACTION
tion for the ACT and the i-.~ .nicl:es One III 196E5 In ,natfonal The Gull Counly School Board
December 4, 1982 administra- 'si 5et u ' '-0 '4 one (1) Bus PURPOSE ANrD EFFECT TneGullCounty
S r t T. mi ti- #5. without motor and One iI Bus #8; School Board proposes to amend and
tion for the SAT. The competi- -..:,ui . mrc,,4 rhese :vehicles. may be- adopt policies, as provided for in the Ad-,
tion for appointment as Cadet n. ' ,t l. i e Buz Barn ,r., We.1an, :nka3 .'ii,-, ,.I. F, I c iie .,'ue .:I :. Inc pu'
behind-the Eie, Te, n l. ':r , ' ,v Trie ;uc P w A, , ,iI ,ca o cO .
is based on the candidate's cessful bildr mi r , erl- Ir.aa S s ena cl
cessfnul bidder Ficnd SitIen enaclaa
high School rank, perfo;- The Board reserves the'right-to reject ,ncr in aopli..1 i cureil pouices In
mance on either the SAT or n,,,,ir..a all.,d:. Pea-e n',rr ,,:..' oa Feloru.ihr 1982 rna cons.stant E n
ACT, and leadership potential ut .,-, ^ , ' I.l re
as demonstrated by partici- , B WALTER WILDER Super,,neenl S lARY Te pronopea ules n
patidn in high school extracur- ; 219 1 :noo 3pe6Gk232mns1r,on elabDlsh annual
ricular activities,' community NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS . .. Cinne. n ,.iuallic .re e rrlh chaigev
affairs and-or part-time em- re Gull C'.,Jl Scr,.co' B .ij will a. '"ni r' .r:'rn':,i 43ull'ng cnool per
ployment. Most successful eceiw,e. , un. 9 0"A 1M1 E �O S T Oc-. ;',.r.ai raE cr, ange.,n sk leav oc.i
candidates rankob . 1982 in the the office of' the'.:.n 9 *ien employer ccn.
cSandi aeJCer,-in ,: StenOul .:,n Irt i,11 , IW- ' .i an,3'i . I Dh5h dismisS3l prO
quarter of their high school . r , i i ir. i.:.a cedures.
class and demonstrate profi- Bus. Sier.il i163C10ni5,2.1 ne i a. "u re proC,.:. ru les I, n Chaper
ciency in both the mathemati- 5 wlr.ul rmol or andr O e II B us E8E 6G23t :i00 relating Ito Tne School Pro.
Silnoul m'no oo Tr.ie ven.cile, .,ay be .ram e.i ic.rln pfcceaues (br access .o
cal and applied science fields. ;er. , Ine Bus Bar, .,n VWVear..ic r, hn lu. r.tcorao na Siouiale iheiequire.
To qualify. for the competi- cn.-1, ire Eelieniar, SC:rol. Tne u,: - 1 dl ior all pc'si i:aordary programs to
tion, an applicant must be ca . ul Dode r mul re.mo. .e..nienles DC .'':D D ,,, C,.romnalng Courcil
Tnei Boaia r-ii.es mIe i .hi tIe T ,o,,-n e d r, o e, rules in Chaplter
unmarried at the time of anyl3rna all olo Pi.ease mvrk yV.ur r., 60,23400 relaiing 1. Pupils and Pupil
appointment, have no legal e,.i-,o,. s Sea Bd.a ; er. V ,,.le nIr.e r Peionni .' ine D. reacr. of.:nad
obligations resulting from a ID num-' C.r Du" rumoe' . DTr.,- ed 'Ie, In Cnacle,
prior marriage, and must iB ALTER WILDER Suner.nlenni 6Gr23500 ei.aling to lo..urucllonai Per
have reached the ageof 17 but . . __. . nnl ollie he Benn J Teacherson
Program i.llU lle annual personnel
not 22 by July 1, 1982. All NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS ,lu.tic.n rad eaolDIsnr several rules
applicants must be assured of T'e l Cnl no it 9 o e g l:,ac a1nd alsm ssal p.o-
recae , biao urli. 9O0A M . LS T Oc :edufes
high school graduation by I.:,D'r 1 198- in ine o'i,,:e c I ih
June 30, 1983. Applicants must SuoDrnli ,',enl .1 Scr,c..:.il r, Iriie Illow Tre prpoDie. rules ,n Cnaplt-r
have completed three units in ing veh,.cil One 1it 1966 ,Cri..:.,il bus C.Gi2360 '. reiai.ng i., Non insiruciconal
,haved t e 926 ,2214Comp Tnr.s ver,,cie iT., o Perii:.,nel. e .aoi.,n ; pviceaul e Io vile
English, and three in mathe- seen al Ire bus ir.intenance lacliy :arges .'I a school employee is
matics to include algebra and located irn Ward Rdage The 5u:cea5luI aSi.ullea na , slipulale revisios10 in sick
plane or coordinate geometry ac.er mum r 'emoven.:* Ipa. i Tl roposeS
'he Bco3'o r .r.ei e Inh- melr Ih:. rl,.:lt EClONOMIC IMPACT Thse proposed
or their equivalents, and must arli3nla B1 b.ds Please maik ,our o0.0a pri'i,.es a iI reull in no olrect costs
fulfill basic physical require- envelooe 'Sealed BidVehic'e am a r. as.:.ciaiea p*,n implemenlallon
ments. elude InE I D Nun'b.ir AlIlrough Ine proposed policies will. in
Coast Guard Cadets obtain ' B WALTER WILDER SuC.erilr.lar.dI i.:t.me inila,-ci5 reu.re mole a',i Deller
Coast Guard Cadets obtain16 pann.nrg mIe indrcli co. ol Ine planning
an excellent undergraduate ___ h:uli De more ihan oiisel Dy ar. In.
education at no personal ex- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOURTEENTH create in overall elliciency arid Dellel
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF ui.i.zatiin .n eoisling ireiourceC within
pense. In addition, they re- FLORICA I AND FOR GULF COUNT' In. s ylEim
ceive pay and allowances fully VERMELL E ARMSTRONG. IF REQUESTED. A HEARING WILL BE
adequate to fulfill their ordi- p ,ini.nII HELD 7 ,, , ., " . " , ,';
na'ry living expenses. The "' - . T.me- .MiS- -'-. -
constantly updated Academy OTTIS B 1.MI1TH r, Wile ' o P ace Bor'd Rrrj. Cul Coutrl School.
f BESSIE G SMITH. arao ' ' 8 o.'a OlIrce. Gull C.:.unly Courinouse.
curriculum to a Bachelor of MITCHELL HORNE anid We ., 'qr.*ay 71 Porl S Joe Fior.ca 32456
Science degree with a strong WANDA HORNE Dale O.:il:,Der 5 1982
academic emphasis on engi- D."'El','TICE OF Tr, e'.ra.i. le .I: ar.n pr.cposea rule an
NOTICE OF SUIT - " " :r
nearing NOTIC.EO r.Pc | durlrg ligulal police rGCurs
neering and science. TO Mit,:re. Home :e inei rea unn rCular oIIce rour
The young Academy gradu- an Vw.Ie Wr, a Homre n CourthoBse way
eGulf County Courthoulse, Htghwav 71.
ate can look forward to a 519 22nd Stre 77627 ' Port St. Joe.Flbra.:
varied, exciting, and demand- OU , D EYu CH 'oF YOUJ are hereby ..a --t), rr udwr, ,cr ', .
8 , it ;,l:,h, , nr,, ,n O are Ir, e l, Delr, g
ing career as a regular Coast notified that the Plaintiff, VERMELL E. im~,,' n., rnd,,.iile irE maa e
Guard officer. The Coast ARMSTRONG, in the above styled cause "sieCl,,
has Ildl .n rn Compl'aint herein involving - ire c r p. c d y' W
Guard performs essential hu- ana, owrne, J E'ou in CVull 1 "n 7e or,.ecD Sn :-� pr,:c , :.sDy oT Wa
prors u- ano, u a Dy ,'u .n Gl Cou.bi, ', Di,ercie'.:,i.t pr':'nPoi,.amnerarp
manitarian missions vital to Florida aoecrilCed a. lollos provedI i ,'on.ifa6air,,-n Dy B. W3lle '
the safety and saving of lives Commencirg m Ie NW corneV , i r CSe ,.uper,nslenae,
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at sea. Under the Department ,on. 12 Tnin.h,r, 3Sour, RFla.qp 1 Amendments or Additions:
of Transportation, the Coast Went and fur. E 21 ieltl im..:E ru,', Rule, 2.5122 Title .Sick Leave - Ad-
Guard establishes and coordi- 5 105 "leer Inri ur. W 21 . ministrative:.Personnel; 2 70 Peronne
Ghence eur. N 105 lIele I I h PQINT :-Evaluation; 2.80'Assaull on Scnooi Per.
nates search and rescue OF BEGINNING begr ,r, Ire NW sonnel; 2.90 Contracts; 3 4441 A.ccess lo "
operations by ship and plane, corner of irh NE Ouaert or irhe NE Sludne-, Rcc.ra5 3511. Program 'lol
maintains advanced elec- Ou IEi, 01 Secltor 12 T1.".,',r 5 ,pA,.jl I SSu-perns.n ac E ius.ione.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1982


Lot on Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach, 3 blocks off beach.
High and dry. 648-5994. ltc9-16

Owner financing on nearly:
new 24'x65' modular home
with screened in porch. 12'x30'
entrance deck, on over 1 acre
of land in Mexico Beach,
$49,500. 648-5217.
2tc9-16

75x715' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. t. fc7-15

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



FOR SALE
Two commercial buildings,
30'x90' ea. in PSJ ofni 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. tfic 5-13






1964 Mercedes Benz, diesel
engine, good cond., very
dependable, $3,000 or best of-
fer. For information call
229-6429. ltc 9-16

1978 Ford Cargo Van, a ton,
6 cyl., NADA $3,100, reduced
to $2,600 for quick sale.
229-8612. 4tc 9-9




S. �Need mature live-in babysit-
ter or baby sitter from 2:30 to
11:30 p.m. for 3 small children.
on St. Joe Beach. 648-8495.
2tc9-16
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.


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Furnished 2 bdrm. home at
St. Joe Beach. Fully carpeted,
ch/a, screened porch, clean
-and well kept. Security deposit
required. 648-5430. tfc 9-16
Trailer for, Rent: 14x60'
Westgate trailer, 2 bdrm., un-
furnished. 227-1329 or 229-8154
anytime. 3tc9-16

Two bedroom furnished
downstairs apartment for
rent, recently renovated. Call
229-8663 : ltp 9-16
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
mbnth, security deposit, 1st
and last. Phone 229-8045 after
6:00 p.m. 3tp 9-2

Rooms for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames -Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc7-1
Fully furnished one
bedroom cottage, glassed in
porch, available now. Come
see at 207 Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach or phone 648-8918.
. 1 tfe 9-16

For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the -ost, 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
Gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Res. 229-6105.







FOUND: A solid black cat
with a bushy tail. Wearing a
. black flea collar. Call 229-8700.


FO SL E I I NOTICSII


Six new double bed size:
afghans, all colors. $100 each.
648-8308.

28' mobile home, good cond,
furnished, $800. 648-8398.

Grapes You Pick:
Muscadine or Scuppernongs,
60c per lb. Open Thursday -
Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. Sweatmore
Ranch, Veal Road, 2 miles s.
of Youngstown on Hwy. 231.
722-4819 or 785-1425.

New port-a-crib baby bed,
$25; liv. rm. chair, $15; braid-
ed rug $10, boat. anchor $12.
Call 229-6604 anytime.

FREE: Two little white kit-
tens, clean, healthy, blue'eyes,
pat Siamese. 229-6729.

PLANT SALE: Going out of
business plant sale, Daniels'
Greenhouse, White City, Hwy.
98.

FREE puppies to good
home. Call 648-5905 ask for
Opal. 125 gal. propane gas
tank for sale cheap.

heavy duty boat trailer for
18'-22' boat, completely re-
worked. $295. Phone 227-1251
or 227-1764. .

FREE Adorable puppies.
Call 229-8803. 2tc 9-16
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.










The shortest lived U.S.
coin was the twenty.-cent
piece, issued regularly on-
ly in 1875 and 1876.
They were too easily con-
fused with quarters.


ERA PARKER REALTY


ST. JOE BEACH. Well kept 2 bdrm. mobile
home with Ig. screened porch Completely
furished. landscaped lawn, storage house
and owner will finance Ward St


MEXICO BEACH, For discriminating buyers
only! Modern contemporary styling, pool
.wth,privacy fence & landscaped pool area.
:3. bdrm., 3 full baths, Ig.: sun porch,
cathedral ceiling, fireplace, ceiling fans,
Jenn-aire range & grill, Th.ermador oven &
microwave. Too many extras to mention.
Owner will finance.

* RENTALS . i
* SALES.
MINI WAREHOUSE STORAGE

Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate
Orena Miller, Associate


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


(OUTSIDE
FLORIDA)-


MEXICO BEACH. Almost new slone and
cedar 3 bdrm., 2 ba home on big 110'x110'
lot. Modern kit , great room with stone
fireplace, laundry rm. wiln storage, single
car garage, workshop, landscaped lawn
Call tor complete info Arizona Dr


MEXICO BEACH. Double lot and comfort-
able 3 bdrm., 2 ba. home completely fur-
nished. Florida rm., cen. h&a/c, carpet, kit-
chen with snack bar, Ig. liv. rm. &,utility rm.
Mortgage of $32,000 is assumable at 9Vz %;
owner will hold second mortgage at 10%.
Florida & 3rd St. Price $74.000.,


* WETAPPO LOTS
* BEACHSIDE LOTS & HOUSES



Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate
Britt Pickett, Associate
Branch Office - 229-8493


CARPORT SALE: Thurs-
day and Friday, 9 a.m. till.
1901 Garrison Avenue. Misc.
items.'

YARD SALE: Sat., Sept. 18,
8 a.m. till. 207 Madison St.,
Oak Grove. Captain's bed in
very good cond. complete with
'box springs & mattress.
Clothes, jewelry, books,
dishes, misc. Cancelled if.
raining. '

YARD SALE: Sat., Sept. 18,
rain or shine, 8:00;- 1:00. 100
Sunset Circle. ' " :

5 FAMILY YARD SALE:
Saturday, starts at 9 a.m.
Room size rug, chair, table
lamps, clothing, other misc.
household items. Across from
White City Baptist Church,
Hwy. 71, White City.

GARAGE SALE: Toys,
dishes, children's clothing,
boys 10-slim, and lots more.
2012 Juniper Ave. Friday,
Sept. 17, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
ltp9-16
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There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. Every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
B. F. NUNNERY, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.

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

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday andthe fourth Thurs.
day of each month at 7:30 p.m..
in the Fla. Power Lounge.
Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
229-6254. 4tp7-8


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, ''Cabinet work, trim work,
doors, windows, shelves. Saw
filing, painting, stain work,
work' with formica. Work
guaranteed. Bert Hall. Call
227-1584. tifc8-19

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


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. mas'onary home with:
carport on lg. 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 .:- bdrm.'cottage
on property. Sold as' is furnished.
$41,900.00.

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

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


HANNON

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


BABYSITIfNG bay or Night
Call Susan At'
229-8446 4tp 9-16

BLALOCK CONSTRUCTION
CO.
Painting: Exterior & Interior
Repair: Commercial &
Residential
Furniture Stripping, Repairs
& Finishing
25 Yrs. Experience
Free Estimates
Clean Neat Work
Phoen 229-8924
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
* "" , : * .tfc7-3



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


S FICTITIOUS NAME ::
N .:.l..:; ,i r,e,' D ,*1.. ", i' ar l Fur .uai':l I.',
S . r.c, . 65 09 Fl h ]a SI iulECE ir.
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S'Ga ar, BelIn M. Fain. Owners
4tp8,26.

FICTITIOUS NAME
Nnr, i ne.c , g..r.i nal puisuni I.:.
'Section 865.09. .Florida Statutes, 'the -
undersigned persons' .r.i'ca t. register
, iir lns Cier - ,rI In Cir.,:u', .,.irt Gull
C. n, il Firc.'I& hiur W c k-r I allC.r h .
publication 'of this. noii-e ,. iici n n o.io
n ome or ira '. rnaml.e uri'r wr...:r. Inel vlli
c.; en a3,e.j Ir. Iu ..'ne: a dr. -' ,vhniCh 3-0
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THE PARKWAY RESTAURANT
taile Roaa 30C
Pori 51 Joe Fioria 32456.
OAne'r Nrar.C i t.1.Ck '
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'BID'NO.278
The Cit, *:.i Pori Si Joe. Fir.'rida re
quests bios on Insiiui:,nal aciage In
surance P.iic> Speciitcai3on. may Do OD.
la.,ea from Ire City Clerl,. Office. P 0
BEO, A Pori Si Joe Flrala 324156 Bia
,perning Aiii Da noia 31 a Secial C.,
Commission Meeling on Snptemroer 21
1962. al 1000 AM EDT. in ine
1.Murnic.pal Building
CITY OF PORT ST JOE
il L A F.3rrin
C.iy AuaIIOiClerh 21t 9 9

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
Tnhe Boad ol Cournt Commrnissiner' .)'
Gull County will receive seaida Dia s ioni
any Derson. company. Oi corporation in.
lerealedln gelling.lne Coumni Ihe tollot-
ing descubea insurance policies
I Workmen i CompenatiIon
II Buildings and Conienis
ill. Group Heailn Policy
IV Amoulance Divers ana Allenaartis
Malpractice
V Bianhke AcciderI Policy oir
Volunteer
VI Public Employee's Blanket Bona
Tax Cotieclor s Ollice
Vll Money ana SecuillieC B3oaa Form,
Policy ClerK i Otfice
VIII Compienensive General Liaility
Complete specilicalions ana blank bia
irrmi are on lle in the Cierm o Circui '
Court s Ollice at Ie6 Gull' County Couri
r.ou i
Bids will be vceiveo unTil 7 00 O0 clock
P M.E D T September 28, 1982 alIn me Of.
ice ot the Cler of Circuit Cout, 1000
Filin SHaee- Pori St -Joe- FL-32466-'Th-
Boaid eser.es5 he light l, raeci any ,ana
all Dlds
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
r.l Jir.mmy 0 Gorman. Cnalrman
21 9-9

SERIES


The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue . .
. P... �. Port St. Joe, Florida O "
, : "Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices" .





TAFLINGER PAINTING
.(Interior and Exterior)
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS
WILL COOL MOBILE HOMES'15-20%
SOR REE ESTIMATE

Call 229-8977


REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE
1313 Long Avenue * Phone 229-6374


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


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

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

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


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

C. R. SMITH & SON
* Backhoe * Dozer * Root
Rake * Front-end Loader
* Road Building * Lot Clear-
ing * Septic Tanks
* Drain Fields 0 Hauling
Rt. 3, Box AIC
Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-6018
26tc 3-18
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day.
to-day living. Gulf County.
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)


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
tfc 8-26
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work - Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day

Air Conditioning - Heating
Refrigeration - Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric - Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tic 4-16
FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St.'Joe, Florida..
If no answer call 229-8964-
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
SHALLOW. WELLS
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tfie4-29


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!










Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


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

Monthly fee includes ALL
required tax forms.

My work will stand up,
under C.P.A. audit.
* * * * *
Starting my 6th year at
same location.
116 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Phone 229-8536
WAUNETA'S
Bookkeeping Service
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hohman
Owner Assistant
?2Stp7-l5


Church Supplies!
Music- Records - Tapes
Rubber Stamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Gifts - Bibles
Sound Studio Recording .-
Service

7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

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

Now at

The Star
306 Williams Ave.
from
Our New



Copier


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of


Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY -
306 Reid Avenue


kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


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RUMP ROAST ..
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U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless
TOP ROUND STEA
U.S.D.A. Choice
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FResh Fryer (By the Bag)
LEG QUARTERS .
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RIB EYES WHOLE FRYERS SHORT LOINS
10 to 12 Lb. Avg. W L (Porterhouse & T-Bones)

$388 $ 350 I99
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For Your Shopping Convenience
Piggly Wiggly Is
OPEN ON SUNDAY
9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
STORE HOURS: M-Th, 8:00 - 7:00
Friday and Saturday, 8:00 - 8:00
Sunday, 9:00- 6:00
Home Owned and Operated by Brad Johnson


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