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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 23, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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T'HE STAR
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Industry -Deep Water Port- Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1982


FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 4


20* Per Copy:


Pil o tv eets


.ai r.l. e sley prepares Gulf County's voting machines for thi


Voti0ngMa'hines


With the second primary elec- placed thunder security as prescribed
tion .day still nearly two weeks off, by Florida law.
Courthouse custodian, Charlie "Off' year" elections in. Gulf
Presley was busy Monday of this County don't draw too much enthus-
week, getting Gulf County's voting iasm arid' this one wasn't much
machines ready for the balloting, better.' Only 3,682 of Gulf's 6,657
which will be the last round for the registered voters went to the polls in
party candidates before the general, the first primary polling. With only
election in November.'. two local races on the ballot for the
The machines have now .all been second primary, ohly a personal
programmed for the election day and interest in one or more of the


W Eission Pofi

The City Commission agreed to'contract how fast or at what rate possible pol
with their engineers, Jones, Edmunds and growing in the cou.ity.
Associate ,': Ic-.,' of, Gainesville, for an '
emissions tudy of the Wastewater Treatment Florida's Depairtment of Enviro
Plant:; Regulation' has. pled limits on the
Joe plant which- are considerable
The study will be initiated by the stringent than limits placed on similar
engineering firm to see if there is evidence throughout the southeast and in Flor
worth pursuing in an'attempfto get-emission local plant is considerably more re
limits from the plant relieved from, their thanft even the Panama City plant, whi
present stringent. requirements.. in the same:kind of operation as does
St. Joe plant. .
The study, to cost some $22,400, Will pay
for retrieving, sorting, 'and making an The Commission agreed to the sti
intensive study of records and testing made preliminary to seek evidence for requ
by Florida Power Corporation last year as a limit relief from DER on the adv
preliminary to .their building a power agreement of the three party cpr
generating plant here in the future. Thestudy which uses and pays for the operation
was made to- make a record' of 'iow much plant. The three parties agreed the st
pollution is presently going into the air and a .necessary vehicle for possible
water around Gulf County, and how much the charges from DER as well as for s
atmosphere and waters can safely absorb and evidence for future operations and l


October 5 primary. -Star photo.



Loaded


candidates running, is expected -to
increase or hold the nfi'iber of
voters to return to the polls for.'the
second round. Each of the. four
candidates is trying to fire that
interest.'
Whatever the interest and what-
ever the turn out 'on' election day, .
Tuesday, October .5, the voting
machines are. ready to meet the
situation.


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Required



In Filing Appli


of New Sales T(
What started out assa possible serious problem one
that could have cost Gulf County a considerable amount of
money -- wound up as not much more than a minor irritation
this week. -
A week ago, Gulf County Property Appraiser Joyce
Williams used the forum of the budget hearings to charge
that the county had not properly applied for its share of the
new half cent sales tax money and stood to lose some $202,293
in' reven~g'from the new 'source. Williams' warnings were
made too late to correct the mistake, if a mistake had been
made. '* i
Clerk Jerry Gates said at the meeting he had filled out
the applications and followed the steps outlined to him by the
State IDepartinent of Revenue in a personal visit to the
department in Tallahassee to get instructions on the matter.
Williams claimed the.procedure was wrong because they
hadn't been done'as-she understood the law.
In the meantime, the City of Wewahitchka came up with
the same revenue-depriving symptoms and. had visions of
losing some $30,000, simply because a required advertise-
ment had not been worded right. The wording in the
advertisement was also the point at question in the county.
Gates steadfastly pointed out he had taken the steps
outlined by the state in the matter and even took the
precaution to call the Department of Revenue to read them
the te tf the county advertisement before it was placed in
the pad-r. Gates said the department approved of the ad's

.. I. special meeting Tuesday morning, county attorney
Widl~'a U.'Rish advised the Commission he had been to
S* .! *.


Postmaster Tom Sapp shows off some of Postoffice during the past few months.
the improvements made to the entrance of the -Star photo


New Surfaces for Courts Under


Approximately 15 tennis en- Commission Tuesday night,
thusiasts approached the City asking that something be done


to some or all of the tennis
courts in the city to make
them better to play on.
Acting as spokesman for the
group, .Ed McCain, asked that
the City re-surface some of the
courts,' which he termed "in
pretty bad condition for an
enjoyable game of tennis".


McCain and his group asked
that the City consider putting
a new surface on at least some
of the courts and consider at
least a new painted surface on
the court in the Fifth Street
park behind the Florida Bank.
McCain said he had few
concrete prices, but that esti-


City Is A Safe


Place to Walk


Port St. Joe Police Chief Roy Robinson shows off a
,plaque received by the City for having no pedestrian
fatalities during the past 12 years. -Star photo


The City of Port St. Joe has
earned a pedestrian safety
achievement award from the
Peninsula Motor Club-AAA.
The City has not recorded a
single pedestrian death for the
past 12 years.
According to Hampton
Dunn, senior vice president
'and director of .public rela-
.tions for the club, the citation
is one of 287 to be presented:by
AAA clubs across the country
in the federation's 43rd annual
Pedestrian Protection Pro-
gram. More than 2,790 cities
and 29 'states participated .in
the AAA survey Which evalu-
atem and recognizes outstand-
ing pedestrian safety achieve-
ments of participating com-
munities for the previous
calendar year.
The AAA pedestrian' pro-


gram, unique in the nation,
focuses attention nationwide
on pedestrian safety needs by
stimulating interest on the
local level in pedestrian-
related programs. Recogni-
tion is given to cities and
states that have demonstrated
successful pedestrian safety
programs.
Dunn noted that in 1981,
-pedestrians accounted for 16
percent of all traffic fatalities.
Communities participating
in the AAA program are
judged with others of compar-
able size and characteristics.
Program areas evaluated in-
clude maintenance of accident
records, safety legislation,
enforcement, traffic engineer-
ing, quality of school traffic
safety programs, and active
public information and educa-
tion programs.


mates he had be
gather indicated i
some $15,000 to pu
coat or new surface
. courts at Eighth
approximately $(
special tennis
surface for two ci
Mayor Frank P
had put the need
city's civic club
month ago, asking
the project, but t
received no iespo
Mayor Pate a
group from the st
city's budget had a
established for I
year and there we
in the budget for
renovations. "If
we'll have to take
from something e
we'll have to
community project
raising activity
pointed out the b'
not be changed
date since it come
.on October i.
Several' suggest
made by thertennis
what would beA
thing to do with
courts to make
useable and more
-..to play on. Co
Wesley Ramsey
have built at leas
courts in ,this city
last few years an
case, the new cour


Study
een able to to be built wrong immediately
t would cost after they were completed.
it an asphalt Before we do anything, we
De on the two need some expert advice on
Street and what to do and make any
6,000 for a action we take the proper
court paint action".
courts. Ralston Lynch observed
that he heard the Gulf County
'ate said he School Board was going to
before the build some tennis courts on
is about a their property on Niles Road
g for help in and suggested the City try to
hus far had also build two courts in the
)nse. same location at the same
advised the time.
art that the Since nobody at the meeting
already been had any definite suggestions
the coming as to what it would take to put
ere no items the courts in first-class shape,
tennis court Mayor Pate appointed Com-
we do this, missioner James B. Roberts
the money to investigate the matter,
else or else obtain advice from knowl-
make it a edgeable sources on what
ct with fund should be done and get esti-
es." Pate mates of costs.
budget could RECEIVE BIDS
at this late The Commission received
s into effect wo bids Tuesday evening -
one on the City's insurance
stions were program for the year and the
s buffs as to other on replacing a main
.the. proper power transmission source at
h the local the Wastewater Treatment
them more Plant.
comfortable The insurance program was
mmissioner awarded to: Risk Manage-
said, "We ment, a division of the League
it six tennis of Cities and to Hannon
during the Insurance Company of Port
nd in every St. Joe.
ts were said (Continued on Page 2)


nents



cations for Share


ix Revenue
Tallahassee to try and iron out the problem and found there
was no problem. "The people we sat down with administe "
this law and they approved of what we had done and the way -
we did it", Rish told' the Commission. "-' -
"They have approved of our application and we wil '-E
definitely get our money", Rish assured the Board as he said
the whole misunderstanding came about because the law was:= i
new and some of the people involved just didn't understand
its application as they should. "There was even confusion- :
among members of the Department of Revenue", Rish said.-! "'
He said the department director, Randy Miller, stated he had .
no problem with what Gulf County had done and apologized
for the confusion in his department.

WEWAHITCHKA POSITION SAFE
The City of-Wewahitehka, which had virtually the same -
problem, has also been assured it's position is safe and it will, :
receive its approximately $30,000 from the revenue source as '
originally revealed.
According to Wewahitchka City Attorney, Bob Moore,. .
City representatives met with Ron Nadeau of the
Department of Revenue last Wednesday and ironed out their
difficulties, straightened out their errors and gained
direction as to what to do in the next few days to comply with
state law in receiving the sales tax money. .
Moore said-the City failed to publish a necessary notice of
anticipated use of the sales tax money, but the Department
said they still had plenty of time to comply and defined the
procedure. to follow. "We did everything as prescribed,, .'
except that our wording was slightly wrong", Moore said.
O... ".., *.',**.I
Postmaster Busy


Sprucing Up


Local Office 1

Since moving from Ocala to Post Office. grounds has been
Port St. Joe some eleven one of Sapi$'s foremost goals.
months ago, Postmaster The whole grass area in front
Thomas L. Sapp has made of the bi "ading was resodded-
quite a few improvements to several months ago and now;
the local Post office., after the abundant summer .
Not least among these is the rains, looks really good
replacement of most of th. old Shrubbery planted at the
letter drop boxes placed at same time has adapted well
several points around'the city. andthewhole a appearance missing.
Many of the old ones had verypleasing.
become rusted in places, no Sapp says he has many, .
doubt .helped along, by the more improvements in mind "
salty air. The brand' spanking for the future but is very-"
new ones look very. smart, pleased with the results so far. ,
standing crisply at attention Especially the favorable corn-
on the various street corners. ments he has received from
The re-landscaping of the postal patrons.



Hearing On


Scallop Drags


Is Cancelled
When it comes to offering input to the County '"
Commission as to whether or not mechanical scallop
harvesting should be allowed in St. Joseph Bay, only
residents of Gulf County will have the opportunity.
Originally, the County Commission had scheduled a
hearing for Tuesday night at the regular meeting of the.
County Commission.
This week, the Commission cancelled that hearing.
In its place, they have placed a straw ballot question on
the October ballot to determine the wishes of the people
of Gulf County as to what they want done to the Bay in -
regards to scalloping. 'i
While the scallop dragging has been a white-hot -
issue in and around Port St. Joe, those who use the .
mechanical drags are placing the blame for alleged :
damage to the bottom of the Bay from dragging to the
shrimpers who ply the bay with their outboards and
small shrimp nets. The users of the drags were expected :'
to be out in force at tplTuesday meeting to defend their
position. Now therWll be no meeting.
The straw ballot question, placed on the voting..
machines for the second primary election, have .no. .-,'.
binding effect on the County Commission. The vote is .;
merely to allow the Commission to sample the opinion of
the citizens of the county. '
In truth, the County Commission can't stop dragging .: .
for scallops in the first place. Their only recourse is to
request the Legislature to pass a local bill carrying such
prohibitions or petition the Department of Natural.
Resources to prohibit the mechanical harvest practice
and police the area. *,


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THURSDAY, SEPT.23, 1982


Lht' Declare War On


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<(:iDrunk

: : : Newsweek had what we thought
was one of its hardest hitting articles
published in a long time two weeks
ago- when it printed the story
-.entitled, "The War On Drunk Driv-
.ing."
I Dubbing death due to accidents
caused by drunken drivers as
11Socially accepted form of :'mui-.
Si der", the article went on to get tough
on the reasons why Americamcontiri-
._. iues to turn the other cheek- on this
i problem which is the number one
killer in our nation... and orie of its
m most encouraged causes.
S Pointing out that our nation
sweats and strains over the question
So:.f whether or hot to place inflatable
;-irbags 'in- automobiles, 'it is
Sfignoririg the' far more' dangerous
cause of accidental death' and
serious injuries,in automqqi fit ,
L^,th&edrunken driver. '
:. -- Labeling the drunken driver as a
-: "time bomb", the article gde'sonh to
ii pbint out that last year alone, there
-,:;were 26,300 deaths in this nation
Sfiie to automobile accidents caused
Sy. drinking drivers. By contrast,
S ; 'Ire were only '1,800 cacld" by
.firearms. By contrast, we'r4aale to'
Stir up the most influential' prlidBal-'
4ties in the nation to support a bailn on
liHndguns and lobby for registration
iof a weapon which causes 6ily 'iW
deaths a year aind stand by, lettingWa
d -.caise go unheralded "wliicl i'is
,'causing 20 times that" many"' dathi
r 'each year. Many of' those lobbying


SIt'll Be Go
Things are beginning to clear up
battlee over the question of the future
o~f the Dead Lakes in north' Gulf.
: County. Will their situation remain.
': tic or'will. change conie'abo6iit?
i:, '.!;:From the action of the De.Ad
"Lakes Water Management Cimrimis-
:mi'ion a little over a week ago, it is now
,' ::-eident the situation will not'remain
1' tatic. The committee has noby put,
.K4. ,everyone on notice that it is. their
S'iifention to remove the damdat6tie
isiouth end of the Dead Lakes, if the
.. 'Florida Water 'Management ;CGom-
:i ttee anid 'the "Depa.rtment of
.' environmentall Regulationh have no
jo)jections.,
r From our interviews with mem-
S, hers of the Dead Lakes.committee, it
i.evident to us they have reseaclied
'the. matter more thah mo tkbf; te
people who are expressing "their
opinions based on what they hear
From the "expert down at the barber
S.shop or on the street corner".
Mind you, we have some misgiv-
ings ourselves about the removal.of
the dam, but if it is believed to be.the
best thing to do based on .expert
opinion and research, then it is' the


Drivers


S A MAN'S WORLD



S*Sunday Dinner

.L'" BY SHAD PHANTRY


* against the guns are probably aiding
the distribution and participating in
the consumption of the alcohol and
more than likely getting behind a
wheel after they have had too much.
They are more likely to cause a
tragic statistic than is the gun they
are so piously opposing.
It may be too early to tell in the
State of Florida, but the article
states that tough drunk driving laws
'in other states are not discouraging
drinking and driving enough. to
make a dramatic impact in this
death statistic. One man, with a
prior drunk-driving arrest in Wis-
consin, struck a four-year-old child
with his car and killed her. As a
result of his crime, he was fined a
total of $284 and his license was
revoked for a year. He had the
license back after 90 days. "-'
According to the article, many
of these pitiful penalties are meted
6out' because the law 'enforcement
agencies involved are mostly drink-
ers themselves and ,they take the
attitude, "there but for the grace of
God go I".
-" 'We hope Florida particularly
Gulf County sets a pattern the rest
of the nation can well follow in this
problem of drinking drivers. We
think it would bother us if we were in
the judicial system and meted out a
light penalty to a drinking driver
only to have him commit -the'act
again and kill someone's child.
We couldn't live with that.


ie for Good
thing to do. If the dam is causing
problems in the Dead Lakes, then it
should be removed.
While we have not talked with
every member of the committee,. the,
ones we have' questioned about the
hatter are convinced through stu-
dies available to them that leaving
the dam in place is harming the
fishing, affecting the water quality
and encouraging the growth of water
weeds in the lakes. Old timers add
their testimony to that of the experts
and assure us the situation with the
lakes was better prior to the dam
being placed there.
It has to be admitted that the
,dam was put into place with good'
intentions. We also have to admit
that we have learned a lot .more
about running streams and streams
Which have been forced not to irin I
the past few years. Putting a dam
into place doesn't necessarily cause
good things to happen.
When the Dead Lakes dam is
gone, it'll be gone for good. It is
imperative our actions in this
matter be predicated by knowledge
and not by emotions.


Mother's or my wife's mo-
ther's table on Sunday. Sun-
day dinner (our noon meal-,
supper is dinner to city folks)
back then was. started along
with or before breakfast. It
was usually completed before
we rushed off to Sunday
School and Church. When we
returned, all Mother had to do
was heat itand, on occasions,
fry the chicken, if that was the


"meat" of the day. It was
plum sinful to eat 'cold or
warmed-over 'fried chicken,
except for supper.
The menu was varied and
plentiful. There was always a
main dish, (we called it
"meat", it's called entree,'
now), a variety of vegetables
and bread to go with it. The
meat was usually fried chick-
en 'n dumplins, or a huge beef


roast. When, on occasions, the
preacher visited for Sunday
dinner, we would have both.
You know how preachers like
to eat. I was always concerned
on these days.because back
then the children had to wait
until the adults finished before
they could eat. Many times I
have sat with tears in my eyes
as big as marbles and watched
as the fried chicken disap-
peared, and grubby hands
reached for the prime parts of
the roast.
Anyway, the meal was
rounded out with plenty of
fresh vegetables, cornbread,
good cold, iced tea, and
usually some coconut cake
and-or lemon icebox pie was
left; that is, if the preacher
didn't bring his kids. If he did
and they ate all the cake and


pie, they usually carried a
"whippin" back. home with
them. A young, growing,
hungry boy can take just so'
much
Why, you might ask (but
probably won't), do I settle for
a sandwich now, when my
upbringing was on good,'plen-
tiful, well-rounded meals? The
answer my friend, is blowing
in the wind, the' answer is
blowing in the wind. (That
sounds kinda catchy, 'doesn't
it?) Really, I don't know
except maybe we have gotten
lazy. A poor excuse is better'
than none. One thing, how-
ever, is for certain; if I ate
now like I did then, there is no
way I could "run" to the golf
course, or. anywhere else. It
would be "roll on, Big Shad,
roll on!"


When It Comes to Fixin#


,OUR COMMERCIAL printing de-
partment printed some cards for a
*v handyman the other day which had an
interesting slogan on'them". Themrhan
,'.wanted the slogan, "If it can be fixed,
I'll fix it; if it can't be fixed, I'll build a
;new one" printed on his cards.
That's a tall claim to have to live up
to. If you fix things like I do, you can
S, very easily be very suspicious of such a
.'claim. I would never trust such words
.coming from me. '.
My slogan would run more like
this: "If it can be fixed and you're
depending on me to do it, you most
..likely are out of luck"; or, "If it can't be
:fixed, you had better go out and buy a
new one".
I am not the handiest of persons. I
would like to be. There's nothing I like
S :more than tinkering with something
Which is broken or otherwise 'out 'of
sorts. If 1 have something broken,
:however, it is usually beyond repair,
.where with anyone else, it is merely a
loose screw or a blown fuse.
++ +
I'M NOT ALTOGETHER helpless
:around something which is broken. I


have spent over 30 years fixing
Linotype machines. On only two
occasions in those 30 years have I had to
call ini an expert on the matter and then
it'was usually for his specialized tools


or testing equipment rather than his
diagnostic abilities.
"Btit, when you leave Linotype
machines, you have me over a barrel
whenever something breaks down.
'About a month or two ago, I took
the front screen door down at home
with: the intention of replacing the
screen wire in the bottom panel.
That didn't seem too much of a task
for my limited repair capabilities, so


or Building
off came the door and I set to work. The
further along I got, the. more there was
wrong with that screen door.
First, 'it was the first time the "
screen had ever been changed, so I tore


Something,

to paint the whole door. I let the door lie
on saw horses on the carport overnight
for the paint to dry and the cat decided
to sleep in the middle of my new
)e-screening job.


(sey R. Ramsey


up the trim, getting it off to replace the
screen. I couldn't find trim which would
match the top panel, so I decided to
change it all to match Then, after
taking the trim off the top panel. I
decided to go ahead and change that
screen while I was this close.
After the screen was changed and
the strip put back, I had to paint the
trim. The new paint didn't match what
was already on the screen door, so I had


That job had to be done over.
When I went to put the door back
up, I discovered one of the hinges was
broken and another badly rusted. Since
the door was nearly 20 years old, it was
naturally impossible to find another
hinge to match, so I had to change all
the hinges.
This meant some re-touch painting
around the new pattern the new hinges


I Come Up
left on the door.
AFTER THE DOOR was complete-
ly refurbished and ready to put back up,
I enlisted the aid of son-in-law Tommy
Oliver to hold the door while the hinges
were once again attached to the door
facing.
SGuess what! .
Now the screen door wouldn't fit in
the hole:it came out of just two days
before.
That's the kind of repair work I do.
THE TWO SQUIRRELS which live
in my back yard have become more
visible these past few days.
*.First, they were around for the
harvest of the pears from my pear tree.
The squirrels got more pears than I did.
I could look out the back window in the
morning and see a squirrel, sitting on
the rail fence, munching away on a fat
juicy pear.
The other day, I caught them in the
middle of my pecan tree reconnoitering
the crop there and checking the nuts for
readiness for harvest. '
This year, I have decided on a plan


Lack ing
to try arid salvage at least a handful of
my pecans for my own use. Last year,
the squirrels came along and harvested
them- the day before they were to fall
out of the husk to the ground. ;
I let that'go; I had more fun and
enjoyment out of watching the squirrels
'than tI"woild haire had eating the
pecans, anyhow.
S This year, when the squirrels
started showing an interest in my pecan
-tree, I rummaged in the bottom of the
pantry and found a five pound plastic
bag of peanuts. I took the bag out back,
slit.it down the side with. my pocket
knife andlaid the cut-open bag on the
picnic table under the mimosa tree in
the back yard.
t The squirrels have been feasting on
Sthe peanuts for the past week and have
made a big mess on the picnic table
with their discarded peanut hulls, but
so far they have left my pecans alone.
It might be because the pecans
aren't quite ripe yet, and only time will
tell for sure if my ploy was successful
or not.
In the meantime, the squirrels are
having a feast with those peanuts.


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


mean water line.


Sept. 23
Sept. 24
Sept. 25
Sept. 26
Sept. 27
Sept. 28
Sept. 29
Sept. 30


High Ht. Low Ht.
327 1.7 1428 .4
420 1.7 1534 .4
515 1.7 163t2 .4
619 1.7 1728 .4
721 1.7 1821 .4
827 1.7 1857 .5
927 1.6 1932 .5
1035 1.5 1957 .6


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Sunday dinner ain't what it,
used to be! The thought
occurred to me last Sunday as
I was eating my cold oatmeal
sandwich before rushing off to
the golf course. I hurriedly left
Mom and the kids happily
munching their potato chips
and nibbling their cold ham
and cheeseburgers.
It wasn't that way at my


City

Bids
(Continued from Page 1)
Hannon received a total
package with a premium of
$14,815.60. In the package
were such items as compre-
hensive liability, carrying the
largest premium at $13,060.
Risk Management's prem-
ium totaled $36,881 and in-
cluded workmen's compen-
sation at $23,026 and automo-
bile liability at'$12,766.
The automobile liability
premium was the policy which
gave Risk Management the
lion's share of the business. Of
three' bids received, Risk
Management's bid was just a
little over half the other
premiums quoted on this item.
. The total insurance package
reflected, a savings of.:.$7,542
from last year's premiums.
In the other bid item, the
City decided to negotiate with
C. P. Watson 'Company of
Dothan, Alabama on installa-'.
tion of a main power supply
cable between two stations of
the Wastewater Treatment
Plant. The line would be a lead
sheathed cable with no
splices and a little more than
3,000 feet in length.
Watson bid $172,719 for the
project. Watson was the 9iJy '"
bidder on the. project. ,Other.
companies failed to bid due' to
the specifications on the pro-"
ject, mainly the no splice'
requirement.

Brownies Hunt
Used Uniforms-
Brownie Troop 242 is pre-
sently looking for used, but
usable, Brownie uniforms,
.The Port St. Joe Library,
located .next to the Court-
house, will be the local drop-
off point."
It you..have a used Brownie
uniform, in fairly good condi-'
tion, that you would like to sell
or give away, just take it to the
Library.'
Please make sure that your
uniform is pinned with your
name, the uniform size, your
phone number and address,
and the price you 'are asking
for it.
'Your help is greatly appre-
ciated.


ETAOIN SHRDLU,

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1982


ferTiffrants for Two Issues



-Warrants for Two .A
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The Gulf County Sheriff's few
Department has issued a call
' warrant for attempted mur- door
der and placed a charge of shot
forgery against a second The
person during the past week. theb
According to Sheriff Ken betv
1 Murphy, Jimmy .Lee Lewis, and
age 38, of Port St. Joe, has thel
been arrested and charged inju
with attempted murder. The T.
charge stemmed from an ed b
incident which occurred Thurs- 'and
day, September 8 at Peter's Le
Palace in Port St. Joe. pean
According to the Sheriff's Tau
report, witnesses say an arg- $20,(
ument grew between Lewis
and Fred Russ, age 72, of Port
St. Joe. After being provoked, In
Russ stabbed Lewis in the Will
shoulder with a knife. Lewis Aven
left the place and returned a been

OBITUARIES-


minutes later with a small
ber gun. He opened the
r to Russ' room and fired a
, hitting Russ in the head.
bullet entered the skin at
top of the head, travelled
ween the scalp and skull
exited the rear portion of
head, causing only a minor
ry1
he incident was investigat-
y investigator Phil Mcleod
Deputy Arnold Tolliver.
ewis wvas given first ap-
rance before Judge David
nton. Bond was set at
00.
FORGERY CASE
the forgery case, Jovanna
liams, age 18, of 328
nue B, Port St. Joe, has
, arrested and charged


Mrs. Anna K. Smith

Died Suddenly Friday


Mrs. Anna K. Smith, 77,
passed away suddenly Friday
morning in Gulf Pines Hos-
pital. She had been a resident
of Port St. Joe for the past 45
years. She was a native of
Germany. She was a retired
nurse of St. Joe Paper Co., and
S was administrator of the Port
St. Joe Hospital many years
ago. She was a member of the
Order of the Eastern Star.
Survivors include: two sist-
ers in Germany; and many
friends in Port St. Joe.
Graveside funeral services


were held at 2:00 PM EDT
Sunday at the family plot,.
Holly Hill Cemetery, conduct-
ed by the Rev. William Smith.
Eastern Star graveside rites
followed.
- Asked to serve as Pall
Bearers were: Paul Blount,
George McLawhon, Roy Gib-
son, Jr., Claude Gautreaux,
Wallace Guillott, and Troy
Parrish.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home.


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CHURCH OF GOD

"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... 10 00 AM
MORNING WORSHIP .". 11:00A.M.
,EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P.M..
WEDNESDAY EvENING 7:00 P.M.

Pastor Ira J. Nichols '.


with four counts of forgery.
On September 7, Tamara
Martinsen of Panama City
found that her check book had
been stolen from her vehicle
while it was barked at Gulf
Coast Community College.
Miss Martinsen then closed
her checking account.
After the account was
closed, checks totaling $1,250
were received to be posted
against the closed account.
These checks were reported to
investigator Phil McLeod and
after investigation, McLeod
charged Miss Williams with
writing the checks.
Miss Williams was given
first appearance before Judge
David Taunton and was re-
leased on $1,000 bond.

Last Rites

Held For

Mrs. Burkett
Iris Burkett, 32, of Freeport,
died suddenly Wednesday,
Sept. 15, in. a Pensacola
hospital. She was a lifelong
resident of Wewahitchka.
Survivors include: her pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
"Shorty" Oliver -of Wewahit-
chka; two sons, Stanley Bur-
kett, and Stacy Burkett, also
of Wewahitchka; one daught-
er, Stephanie Burkett of Pana-
ma City; three brothers,
Charles Oliver of Panama
City, Jonathan Oliver;, and
Timmy Oliver, both of Wewa-
hitchka; one sister, Doris
Marie Jenkins of Wewahitch-
ka; grandfather, Cecil Glass
of Wewahitchka; fiance,
Gayle Burnham of Freeport.
Funeral services were held
at 2:30 p.m. CDT Saturday at,
the Glad Tidings Assembly of
God Church, conducted by the
Rev. David Warren. Inter-
ment followed at the family
plot at Jehu Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funer-
al Home, Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.


Harden Kin Dies

In Tallahassee
Mrs. Hazel Harden Tyler,
56, of- Tallahassee passed
away in her home in Tallahas-
see. She was the daughter of
the late Judge and Mrs. E. C.
Harden, Sr. She had been a
long time resident of Wewa-
hitchka. She was a member of
the First Presbyterian Church
of Wewahitchka.
Survivors include: two sons,
Michael Petroski of Tallahas-
see and T. J. Runkle, Jr. of
Tallahassee; five grandchild-
ren; one brother, E. C.
Harden, Jr. of Panama City;
and one sister, Marilyn Daniel
of Wewahitchka.--
Graveside funeral services
were -held at 2 p.m. .CST.
Friday at Jehu Cemetary,
conducted by Dr. John Stuart
and Rev. Norman Hodges.
Interment followed.
Those who wish to 'make.
Contributions in her memory
Those who wish may make
contributions in her memory
to the Cancer Society or-
Thornwell Orphanage.
All services were under the
direction of'Comforter Funer-
al Home, Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel


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Church to Ordain


Rev. Fred Goebert


This Sunday,. September
26th, will be an eventful day at
Faith Bible Church. In addi-
tion to the' regular services,
there will be a Church Dinner
at 1:00 PM, followed by an
Ordination Service at 3:00 PM


We Will Be



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Wednesday,

Sept. 29


For Posting Dividends





Citizens Federal

Savings and Loan Association

401 Fifth Street Phone 227-1416


for Mr. Fred A, Goebert. Rev.
Milton Ker, from. Central
Baptist Church in Panama
City, will be conducting the
service with the assistance of


FRED A. GOEBERT
the Church Elders, Mr. Ster-
ling Peiffer and Mr. Elmore
Godfrey.
Mr. Fred Goebert, the son of
Mrs. Delores Goebert of Lynn
Haven, graduated from Appa-
lachian Bible College in De-
cember of 1976. He taught.for
five years at Panama City
Christian Schools, before ac-
cepting the position of Assist-
ant Principal at Faith Christ-
ian School here in Port St. Joe.
Last year, Mr. Goerbert was
named to the position of
Principal. This past summer,
he was selected to become the
Interim Pastor of Faith Bible


Church. He is presently serv-
ing as Pastor-Principal of
Faith Bible Church and Faith
Christian School.
He has served in the past as
Assistant Pastor and Youth
Pastor of the Johnstown Bible
Church in Johnstown, Penn-
sylvania. Mr. Goebert also
served for a time as Interim
Pastor of Overstreet Church.
The general public is invited
to share in these activities this
Sunday.


Mustangs Host Pirates


Port St. Joe's Constitution
City Mustangs will host the
Panama City Pirates this
Saturday at 8 p.m. at the High
School football stadium.
The public is asked to come
out and support the team. The
Band Boosters will have
charge of the Concession
stand, and will be helping with
the sale of advance tickets.


Tickets are $3.00 advance,
$4.00 at the gate for adults;
and $1.50 advance, $2.00 at the
gate for students.

Port St. Joe's newly formed
semi-pro football team, the
Mustangs, thank the public for
their support, and ask for your
continued help and encourage-
ment.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1982


.Potpourri


Presented to


The flea market, which was
sponsored by the Sea Oats and
Dunes Garden Club, whose
members include residents of
Mexico Beach, Beacon Hill,
C lu b fand St. Joe Beach, was a


successful undertaking.
Many of the books and
magazines which were not :- -
sold were donated to the Port
St. Joe Library and the
Friends of the Bay County
Library in Panama City.


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Rosa: Lee Clark, left, received second
place and Michael Bouington,'center, first
place honors in the Student Award Division of


the Florida Poets Association recently. T
awards are being presented by their teach
Mrs. Margaret Biggs. -Star ph


-Win State Poetry Honors

Two members of Port St. Mr. Dorothy Clark of Mexico garef Biggs, received tL
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School's Beach, won Second Place for award certificates and th
Purple Pegasus Poetry Club her.poem, "Hope." checks on their behalf at
took the top honors in the Michael Bouington, a senior state convention in Sarasi
Student Award Division of the who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. In addition, Jim Brown, Pr
annual Florida State Poets J. W. Bouingtori,; won First dent of the Purple Pega
Association contest in Sara- Place with his poem about the Poetry Club, presented e.
sota recently. abandoned Cape San Bias with a miniature Pegasus
Rosa Lee Clark, a gradu- [iglthouse entitled, "Renew- honor their outstanding ai
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Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., abilities of v
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Vice-Regent and Program the leaders
Chairman, and Mrs. Paul thony Dobi
Kuael, Treasurer, of ; St. State Vice
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the Fall Forum and Workshop national go,
of the Florida State Society Society D
DAR in Plant City on Septepi- American F
ber(25-26.. .
Mrs. Norman B. Merkle of "When bu
Boynton Beach, State Regent, pays to
will conduct the meeting. business is
Workshops on the responsi- to advertise


the occasion.
The next meeting of the Sea
Oats and Dunes Garden Club
will be held October 12 at the
Mexico Beach Chamber of
Commerce Building at 9 a.m.
Mrs. J. B. Ingram, of the
Panama City Garden Club,
will present a program on
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-ome of Mrs. Ned Arnold, 110 Sunset Cirle. Approximately Shown in '
hj mother, Mrs. David Maddox, and he groom-elect's h6noree; Mrs. Ce,
other, Mrs. Cecil Davis, Sr. rs. Arnold.'
:Lovely roses from the garden of Mr.-and Mrs. Ernest





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ford) will absCoffee Honorsnot be

-. A coffee honoring Miss Eva Maddox, October bride elect, Hendricks of Me]
was held Saturday, September 18, from 10.30 to 12:00 at the rdoms. : ,,
home of Mrs. Nel Arnold, 110 Sunset Circle. Approximately Shown in the
5 guests camade by to share the morning with Miss Maddox, Maddox, mother
h~r mother, Mrs. David Maddox, and (he groom-elect's honoree; Mrs. CE
another, Mrs. Cecil Davis, Sr. Mrs. Arnold.' )
Lovely roses from the garden of Mr.-and Mrs. Ernest
:: NOTICE
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responsible for any debts andm
checks made or written except
those contracted by us per-
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I Mrs. E. L. Hendricks pre-
'sented an interesting program
!on the' preparation and drying
'of floral, herbs and other
materials in the making of
various- types of potpourri at
the September 14 meeting of
the Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden at Mexico Beach.
Announcement was made of
the Fall District II Garden
Club meeting to be held at
Port St. Joe on October 21.
Other business included a
discussion of establishing a
"Yard-of-the-Month program in
the Mexico Beach, St. 'Joe
Beach areas.
A covered dish luncheon
was enjoyed by the members
of the Club following the
business meeting. Those
members- having birthdays
during August were recog-
hized, serenaded, and a spe-
cial cake was served to mark

ty Concert At

e First Baptist
ad I
,to Sunda y
The'Gann Brothers, a group
' ro m-Panamia City, will9pre-
. sent a musical concert at the
First Baptist Church Sunday,
September 26, 7:30 P.M. Dur-
ing the regular evening wor-
ship service. The Gann's are
members 'of Hiland Park
Baptist Church.
SThe group is led by Calvin
Ganni, former lead singer with
several groups, and now a
regular at the Ocean Opry.
1'The public is invited to
attend. A nursery will be
provided. -

Richards Is

N national Director
Hubert Richards of Port St.
Joe, administrator of the DPS
Federal Compensatory Edu-
cation section, has begun a
one-year term on the Board of
Directors of the National
Association of State Coordina-
rhe tors, Chapter 1, Education
er, Consolidation Improvement
oto Act (formerly Title I of the
Elementary & 'Secondary
Education Act).
S He.. was elected to the
position at mle group's annual
meeting in Washington, D.C.
last spring, after serving for a
heir year as a Board alternate.
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xico Beach were used to decorate the par
i photo above, from left, are: Mrs. Dav
r of the bride-elect; Miss Maddox, t
ecil Davis, mother of the groom-elect; ai
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. SEPT. 23, 1982


Social Security Agent


Visits County Each Month
Persons desiring to meet go to the Courthouse between October 11, because of
with a Social Security repre- the hours of 10:30 A.M. to 12:00 National Holiday
sentative may do so on the Noon (EST).
first and third Monday of each Those persons living in You may contact the Soc
month in Port St. Joe, and the Wewahitchka may meet the Security office in Panat
second Monday of each month representative at the SES City at 769-4871, or go by i
in Wewahitchka. Office from 10:00 AM to 12:00 office located- at 30 Wi
Port St. Joe residents should Noon,. with the exception of Government Street.


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Gospel Sing At College Park Church


A gospel sing will be held
Saturday at 7 p.m., at College
Park Church of God in Wewa-
hitchka.
"The Gospel Sunshine Ex-
press" of Ocoee will be ,the


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Eagles mate for life and return
to the same nest every year.


featured singers. The public is
invited.
Refreshments will be serve
after the singing. Rev. D.
Sizemore is pastor of the
church.


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Humanities
Club At School
The Humanities Club at
Port St. Joe High School has
elected officers for the 1982-83 1 ,
year. Elected were: Pres-
dent, Jim' Brown; Vice Presi-
dent, Donna Jones;.Secretary,

The first event planned this
year for the Humanities'Club
is a Luau, Saturday, Septem-
ber 25th, at the Jetties.
Future plans for the Club
are to attend plays,: muse-,
urms, restaurants, and a trip-to
Sarasota. '
Humanities is a course
which'examines man's cultur-
al history. It combines music,
art, literature, philosophy, -
religion; and history. David Clark of the Humanities Class at Port St. Joe
' The Humanities Club is open' Jr.-Sr. High School iis shown with several masks re-created
to all class members, and to from primitive culturetfrom around the world, made as the
seniors who' took Humanities class studied other cultures and their beliefs and supersti-
during their junior year. .. bions. ..' ". Starphoto
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one studebts." .Tetchi". and .. ..' ,' "
one students. Teacher and A man with big ideas is' a a
club sponsor is Mrs. Virginia hard iieighbor to live with."
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From Seeds
BY ROY LEE CARTER grow, check with your garden,.
County Extension Director center or your County Age t,
Vegetable gardening invol- If you decide to start for.fi
ves a lot of decision making. seed remember to getthe btit
Ai important decision you quality seed you can find. 'The
have to make for each crop quality of the seed you'planit
you grow in your garden is may mean the difference
whether to start from seed or between success and failure in
from transplants' My irifor- youi garden so buy'gobd seed
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provided by Extension Vege- For a few crops you can
;table Specialist Jim, Stephens save seed from yoiiur own
of: the Univerity' of Florida garden.' But for 'many" others
'Institute of Fbod and Agfictil- it's impractical considering:
tural Sciences. the fact that most seed 'is
The biggest advantage in ,relatively inexpensive, you're
starting directly from seeds is probably better off buying the
that you have a wider selec- seed you need if itfis available.
tion of crop varieties to choose It is also important to buy
from. Your garden center tested varieties. IFAS scien-
may have several varieties of 'tists test' most-crop: varieties
seed for a given crop butionly and' recommend only 'those
one or two varieties in trans- which do well in Florida
plants. growing conditions. You will
S' have -the best chance for
Also, some crops just don't success in your garden if you
transplant very well. As we plant crop varieties with some
have said in the past, you re resistance to common.Florida
better off starting ;from seed' g-owing conditions. You'll '
with beans, turnips; mustard have the best chance for
and similar cross. On the. success in your garden if you
other hand some rops trans uilant crop varieties with some
plant quite well. They include resistance to common Florida
things like broccoli, collards, pests.
cabbage, onion afid'lettuce. If There is one note of caution
transplants are available for to keep in mind when handling
these'crops they're probably seeds. Most of the seeds you'll
a better bet than starting from find at your garden center
seed, unless you're planning have been treated with chemi-
quite a large garden. calls to reduce injury and
It is true that just about all decay "caused by insects and
vegetables can be grown fromin diseases. You can usually tell
seed. The most common ex- when seeds have been treated
ceptions are sweet potatoes; because they're coated with
strawberries and Irish pota- brightly colored dye. It's a
toes. good idea to use treated seeds,
For specific recommenda- in fact, you should try not to
tions on the crops you want to use anything else. But the
chemical on the seeds is
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Well With seeds shouldn't ble eaten by
people or 'aiiriiali under any
circumstances, and they
should always be kept out of
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AN OPEN LETTER TO THE VOTERS OF GULF COUNTY:

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 oppoEnent? 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 the young 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
ih 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
economy is to share in a concern for the not top 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 in a way that protects our valuable natural resources.
This is an area where I pledge to continue working so that our youngpeople 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. m

Vote For and Re-Elect



Doug.las C. Birmingha


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Birmingham, second by
Comm. Money, and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved the minutes of August
10, 1982, as corrected.
Ed Leuchs and Dave Wat-
kins, Apalachicola Regional
Planning Council, presented
the 1983 Work Program for
Gulf County to the Board. Mr.
Leuchs then discussed the
priorities of the counties and
the plans of the council for the
1983 year.
Ed Leuchs, Executive Di-
rector, Apalachee Regional
Planning Council, informed
the Board of a regular meet-
ing of the Apalachicola River
Committee on September 2 in
the courtroom of the Calhoun
County Courthouse, at which
time the Planning Council
would request an emergency


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port you gave me. on September 7 for School
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ing for your vote and continued support on Oc-
tober 5.
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the next Board meeting.
Comm. Money requested
the Board include dual wheels
on the bid specifications on the
backhoe for the Mosquito


The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County,
Florida, met August 24, 1982 in
regular session with the fol-
lowing members present:
Chairman Jimmy 0. Gort-
man, William R. Branch,
Douglas C. Birmingham, Eld-
ridge Money and James L.
Tankersley. Others present
were: Attorney William J.
Rish, Clerk Jerry Gates, Dep-
uty Clerk Maurell Cumbie,
Mosquito Control Director
Doug Kent, and Bailiff Bill
Lamar.
The meeting came to order
at 7:00 p.m.
Wesley Ramsey opened the
meeting with prayer and
Clerk Jerry Gates led the
Pledge of Allegiance to the
flag.
Upon motion by Comm.


meeting of the Apalachicola
River Committee to discuss
pollution in the Chipola Ri/er,
Dead Lakes, and the Apalachi-
cola River.
Dave Watkins presented in-
formation concerning Com-
munity -Development Block
Grants to the Board.
Mrs. Sandra Babb request-
ed the Board install stop signs
on roads at Gulf. County
Farms. She also requested the
Board install a sign to drive in
one lane only (on one side of
the dirt road) as people were
driving in the middle of the
road. The Board. agreed to
take care of this matter.
Mosquito Director Doug
Kent informed the Board that
there was three more weeks
for mosquito spraying and he
needed an additional 150 gal-
Ions of spray. After discus-
sion, the Chairman requested
Mr. Kent report to Comm.
Money on the amount of spray
he used during the next two
'weeks and tabled this request
until the next regular meeting;
Mr. Kent also reported on arl
inquiry concerning mosquito
spraying and its possible
effects on a colony of bees that
were killed belonging to L.L.
Lanier of Wewahitchka.
Mosquito Contol Director
Doug Kent reported there was'
a $100 fee required to process
the application for a permit.
giving the Board authority to
do repair work on the park at
the end of State Road 22, on.
the Apalachicola- River.' The
Board instructed Mr. Kent to
proceed with the permit appli-
cation.
Chairman Gortman stated
the Department of Natural
Resources had called concern-'
ing the Board's request for
funds to construct a Wayside
Park in the St. Joe Beaches
area. After discussion, Comm.
Tankersley and the Attorney
agreed to contact St. Joe
Paper Company concerning a
location for such a park.
. The Clerk reported that two,
or three persons living in the
beaches area had contacted
him concerning a location for
such a park.
The Clerk reported that two:
or three persons living in the
beaches area had contacted,
him concerning the Property'
Appraisers Application of the
Homestead Exemption to pro-
perty values of homes in the:.
Fire Control District through-,
out the County, thus reducing
the total valuation in the
District and the ability of the'
fire departments to raise
money. The Clerk said he had
contacted the Attorney, on the
Board's behalf, for his opinion
in:this matter. David Richard-
son told the Board that he and
others living in the beaches
area wanted to pay some
taxes for. Fire Control and
didn't think it was fair for the
large landowners and people
with expensive homes to pay
all the taxes for fire protec-
tion. The Property Appraiser
addressed the Board on this
subject stating she was follow-
ing her interpretation of the
law on this matter. The
Attorney stated he would
research this ;matter and
advise the Board as to his
interpretation of the law on
this matter. ,
Clerk Jerry Gates presented
a notice of meeting of the
Northwest Florida- Water
Management Board on Augdst
26, 1982 at 9:30 a.m., in the
County Commissioner Meet-
ing Room. Gulf County Court-
house.
The Clerk presented a fee
Account requisition from the
Property Appraiser in the
amount of $1,874.65, which'the
Board had previously ap-
proved.
The, Clerk -presented an
invoice from the Property
Appraiser for mailing Trim
Notices. Comm. Tankersley
moved the Board approve the
invoice. The motion died for
lack of a second.
The Clerk presented an
indigent hospital bill to the
Board. Comm. Birmingham
also presented an indigent bill
to the Board. After discussion,
the Board instructed the Clerk
to write these two persons
informing them that the Board
of County Commissioners has
no funds to pay indigent
hospital bills,
The Board discussed filing
complaints against persons
dumping garbage on the
ground at landfill sites.
Comm. Money moved the
Board adopt a resolution
requesting the legislature re-
consider or place on the next
ballot to elect, not appoint, the
members of the Public Ser-
vice Commission and send a
copy of this resolution to Gulf
County's legislative delega-
tion and all counties in Flori-
da. Comm. Branch seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously. The Attorney
was instructed to prepare the
resolution for consideration at


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Control Department. The
Chairman instructed this be
included in the specifications.
Comm. Tankersley sug-
gested to the Board that the
Clerk write Honeywell, Inc.
requesting they be present at
the next Board meeting to
discuss the Courthouse air-
conditioning system.. The
Chairman stated that he had
already contacted architect
Charles A. Gaskin and he was
going to have an air-condi-
tioning engineer to inform the
Board as to the cause of the
problem and the alternative
solutions. The Chairman
stated this service would cost
the Board an additional six
percent of the .contract
amount required to repair the
system. Comm. Birmingham
stated something should be
done to the present system to
provide temporary relief until
the units are repaired. Comm.
Tankersley reported Leo Loeb
had acidized the system pre-
viously and this .had helped;
Comm. Birmingham moved
the Clerk contact Mr. Loeb to'
see if temporary relief on the
Courthouse air-conditioning
system could be provided.
Comm. Tankersley seconded
the. motion and it passed
*unanimously.
'Mrs. Sandra Babb request-
ed the Board repair the
culvert pipe under her drive-
way which was bent by Road
Department equipment dur-
ing ditch cleaning. She also
requested that when the Road
Department grades the roads
to pile the dirt on the sides of
the road instead of scraping it
into the ditches, which will
help the flooding situation.
The Board agreed to take care
of this matter. Mrs. Babb then
requested the Board set a date
for the meeting on drainage
problems at Fleming Mini
Farms. The Chairman stated
that he was coordinating: a
meeting and would contact,
Joe Thomas or some of the
other residents of this area of
the date of the meeting.
Mrs. Sandra Babb asked the
Board if they could do any-
thing about asking people to
cut or burn (weeds on their
property, in 'Gulf County
Farms, stating this contri-
buted to the traffic problem in
that area. The Attorney stated
there was nothing the Board
'could do as' this' private.
property, but that he had:
passed that area today and
some people were mowing the
weeds on their property.
Jake Hysmith, Gulf County
Road Department employee,
appeared before the Board on
behalf of the Road Depart-
ment employees to request the
County fund of the Family
Health Insurance premium
for the employees. He stated
the employees appreciated the
seven percent salary increase
granted by the Board, but
because this places them in a
higher income tax bracket,
They would prefer increased
insurance benefits to a salary
increase. The Chairman
stated the Board would con-
sider this request.
The Board' discussed with
Jake Hysmith the policy oft
hauling dirt for driveways : in
the County.
YThe Attorney reported on
the lawsuit of Doris L. Schott
vs. Gulf County Board of
County Commissioners and
Theodore B. Meadows, Case
No. 82-27, stating the Court
had dismissed the suit with
prejudice against Mrs. Schott,
leaving the Board the right to
ask the Court to assess costs
against Mrs. Schott for filing
this frivolous lawsuit. After
discussion, Comm. Branch
moved the Board petition the
Court for all costs incurred by
the Board. in defending this
lawsuit. Comm. Tankersley
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
The Attorney reported he'
had called the Department of
Environmental Regulation
and the Department of Na-
tural Resources concerning
scalloping in St. Joseph's Bay
as requested by Comm.
Money. He reported the De-
partment of Natural Re-
sources was now making a
biological study to determine
if the commercial scallop
dragging disturbed the bottom
of the Bay. He stated if the
bottom was not being dis-
turbed then local legislation
would have to be passed in
Tallahassee in order to close
the Bay to commercial scal-
loping. After discussion, the
Chairman set a public hearing
concerning commercial scal-
loping in St. Joseph's Bay for
September 28, 1982.
Attorney Rish reported that
Bob Kreigel, Department of
Environmental Regulation,
informed him that if the Board
had a part-time attendant, a
fence to enclose the area, and
daily garbage covering at the
Buckhorn Landfill then 'the
Department of Environmental
Regulation would grant the
Board an operator's permit at
the landfill site. After discus-


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failed with Comm. Gortman
and Money voting yes and
Comm. Tankersley, Birming-
ham and Branch voting no.
Mosquito Control Director
Doug Kent discussed with the
Board the County insurance
policies and premiums. Roy
Smith, Agent, Hannon Insur-
ance Agency was present and
discussed the Workmen's
Compensation Insurance with
the Board. He stated he did not.
anticipate the 1983 premium
being higher except for State
mandated reasons. The Clerk
noted that the 1981-82 premi-
um of $32,740.00 was $10,000
over the bid price. After
discussion, the Chairman in-
structed Mr. Smith to request
the Florida Council on Com-
pensation review the previous
years code changes and' set
the code classifications for
the Board. The Board instruct-
ed Mr Kent to contact Risk
Management Insurance Com-
pany to inquire if windstorm
and hail coverage is included
in the comprehensive general
policy. The Board also discus-
sed' the possibility of having
flood insurance Comm. Birm-
ingham then moved the Board
receive bids on all county
insurance on a per-item basis
and accept the low bid on each
itenm. Comm. Money seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Comm. Birmingham report-
ed That he had received
reports that the' proposed
resurfacing of State Road 71
,would not last very long and
asked the Attorney to contact
the State Department of
Transportation concerning
this matter.
Comm. Birmingham told
the Board he had received a
request, from a developer
(unnamed) requesting the
county place culverts for,
individual driveways in sub--
divisions that were private
and as such, the roads were
private. The Chairman stated
that it was against State law
for the County to work on
private roads. The Attorney
stated the Chairman was
correct in his assessment of


this situation. Comm. Branch
suggested the Board take this
problem before the Commit-
tee studying the subdivision
regulations. Chairman Gort-
man stated it was his personal,
feelings not to work on private
property. Comm. Money and
Comm. Tankersley agreed
with this statement.
Comm. Branch requested
the Attorney write the Go-
vernor concerning Bob Raf-
field's autopsy as the Raffield
Family and many other
people were still upset and
concerned aboutthis matter.
Comm. Branch' told the
Board he would like the Board
to put an advertisement in the
paper explaining the pro-
cedure an individual must go
through if he, feels his taxes
are too high and wishes to,
protest his assessment. He
said the Board of County
Commissioners is being un-
fairly blamed for the high
taxes of some individuals and
many of these persons do not
understand the Trim bill; The
Board agreed and' requested
the Clerk prepare. The follow-
ing statement was prepared
by the Clerk, edited by the
Attorney, and read to the
entire Board.
STATEMENT
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Board of County Com-
Imission would like to an-
nounce, for purposes of clarifi-
cation, that everyone's pro-
perty taxes should have de-"
creased this year unless the
assessment (value) of your
property was increased by the
Property Appraiser. The
Board of County Commission
levied a tax rate of 6.68 ($6.68
per $1,000) in 1981 and a tax
rate of 5.629 ($5.63 per $1,000)
in 1982. That is a decrease in
the property tax rate of 1.051
mills ($1.05 per $1,000). Your
taxes should have gone up for'
no other reason than an
increase in the value of your
property as the tax rate levied
by the Board of County
Commission was decreased. If
you are unhappy with the
value placed on your property
you must obtain a petition


sion, Comm. Birmingham
moved the Attorney inform
the Department of Environ-
mental, Regulation that -the
Board is,trying to arrange for
a part-time attendant at the
Buckhorn Landfill. Comm.
Branch 'seconded the motion,
and it passed with the follow-
ing vote: Yes- Comm. Birm-
ingham, Branch, Tankersley,
and Money. No-Chairman
Gortman. Chairman Gortman
then gave the Chair to Vice-
Chairman Branch to move the
Board hire. a part-time at-
tendant to work eight hours on
the weekend (four hours Sat-
urday and four hours Sunday).
After discussion, the motion


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.:CLARIFICATION NOTICE OF


"PROPERTY TAX RELIEF


SAND -.THE. BUDGET'


On the 9th day of September, 1982, Gulf County,

Florida, had published a notice pursuant to Chapter.,
82-154, Laws of Florida. Said notice was published after

discussions with the Department of Revenue and sub-

stantially complied with Florida Law. For purposes of

clarification, after discussion with all parties concerned,

the said notice is republished in the following form:

The Gulf County Board of Commission will receive

an, estimated $202,293.00 from the Local Government'

Half-cent Sales Tax for the upcoming budget year.

State law requires $54,776.00 to be used for PRO-

PERTY TAX REDUCTION. -

Of the remainder, the Gulf County Board of Commis-,

sion proposes to use $-0-for FURTHER PROPERTY TAX

REDUCTIONS and $147,517.00 for ENHANCED PUBLIC

SERVICES.

All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing

to be held on September 27, 1982, at 7:00 p.m., in the

County Commissioner Meeting Room, Gulf County Cour-

thouse.
A DECISION on the use of these moneys will be

made at this hearing.


GULF COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSION
JIMMY 0. GORTMAN, Chairman
1t 9-23


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

BUDGET AND TAXES will be

held September 23, 1982, at 5:30

P.M. in the Municipal Building,

Port St. Joe, Florida.




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from the Property Appraiser
and file it with the Property
Appraisal Adjustment Board
by September 7th. The Board
of County Commission de-
creased the millage rate and if
your taxes went up then your
assessment as appaised by the
Property Appraiser had to
increase.
Gulf County Board of
County Commission
After reading of the state-
ment, the Board instructed the
Clerk to place the statement
as a 1/4 page ad in the Gulf
County Breeze and the St. Joe
Star.
Comm. Branch informed
the Board that the Technical
Review Committee of the
Apalachee Regional Planning
Council would meet at the Gulf
County Library on September
8, 1982.
Comm. Branch moved the
Board accept a ditch ease-
ment between Sealy Drive and
Charles Avenue' in White City
to alleviate the 'Mosquito
Control problem and help
drainage. Comhm. Birming-
ham seconded the motion and
.it passed unanimously. The;
easement is recorded in Offici-
al Record Book 90 page 733.
The Chairman appointed
Leo Kennedy as Gulf County's
Consumer Representative to
the regional Health System's
Agency.- .
The Chairman reported that
he had been in contact with the


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end of State Ro' d 22 on the
Apalachicola River.
The Chairman made tije
following appointments to i
committee to study the BA
ard's Subdivision Regula
tons: William R. Branch,
Chairman; Douglas C.of Engineers'
ingham;' William J. Aish,
Non-Voting Member; Caof thel
Guilford; Paul Boyette; Billy
Fleming; Tommy Pitts; RO-
bert Nations; Roy Lee Carthei
Charles Cleckley. The Chair-
man then instructed Commi.
Branch to set a meeting date
for the first meeting of this
committee to study the B
Chairman Gortman gave
the Chair to Vice-Chairmen
Branch to move Ithe Boash
advertise to receive bids Ca
ceiling fansul for the Cour-Bill
housewithng; theommy Pitts; following
specifications: Bid number of
fans listed on survey preparddCom
by Florida Powerranch to set a meetiCorporati
(minimum 40, ma ximum 7
52" fans; five year warrant
ULU approval. Comm. Tank-
ersleytiseconded the motids
and it passed unanimously.:
here being fans no further
business, ithe meeting followiad
journed.

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intentions thatBidthe numbworst
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1982


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First Baptist



Port St. Joe, Florida

SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
Bie Study ;. 945 A.M.
(Al ages)
Worship ': ... 11:00 A.M.
.(.Broadcast live
WJOE-AM and WGCVFM ... ..
Church Training .6:30 P M.
Worship 730 P.M Trophy In Com

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SNTICETTOTAXPAYERSOFGUCOUNTY, FLORIDA Professional Engineering 2,000.00
PursuanttoSection 29, Florida Statutes; 1971,NOiCEishereby giventhat the Road and Bridge Construction ... ........ 49,280.00
Board.1 y TC sioners, of lf'Coty, Flrl iad atentatv Debt Service-Bonds & Interest & Reserve ... 287,820.00
Sgetfbr the ever: l Ctnty ftuds, including Fedral- Reenue Saring for the Transfer: Equipment . .. .. 50,000.00
Fiscal year beginning October 1,1982, and ending September 30; 1983;.pursuant to Total Appropriations $ 421,100.00
Section 129.01 (2) (B),.both the receipts and appropriations division reflect the ap- Reservefor Contingencies
poxZimaite division of expenditures betweei 'countdde eiendltus-and non- Reserve forCashBalance 60,000.00
county ide eeditures and the.did0llood'of county sdeyefromor on Reserve for Cash Balance ..
: behalf of the'oity as a hole and.county revenues dried foM i or qn behalf of a TOTAL. 481,100.00
S 1 m _.'ce, tang unit, .pecial.di.tr.i ciorar0 4vice area; FIRE STATIONS
' 'araiotrse not received fororon ha.of...'ceunhtyasawhole; 'BOND, INTEREST, AND RESERVE DEBT SERVICE FUND:
(W s i at all ."'in session'oni Monday7Seel 12, .2j af17,.0 p.m., for '
vI t this p rs siated Revenues:
thep aofton iebpub.lchringi. 'd s&s .uet with ape or s Raceracl Funds S 1,500.00
.*^. p-.,--" r .-- -iSUMIMARe BUWEI ,.-w& 1 '-. '. .T Total Estimated Receipts $ 1,500.00
- BOARDOF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, GUF COUNTY, FLORIDA Less 5%:. .. 1 5.
,*. E NDINIGOR' SEPcTE"BEG R-n .ir 95% of Estimated Receipts ... S 1,425.00
S -'" -' A DE- N D, N G SE, -' ;. .... ; C ash B alan ce F orw ard .. .. .. .2,750.00
S GENERAL UND: .. TolidReceipts& Balances .' 4,175.00
S tmatedRve es: .- i -.. -- Estimated nses .
..... 111,676.00 interest 687.50
-M a i Lo a ... .......... .. ... ...... 17500.00 ... ...
: Taxes- AelEstateandpersonal property 9422002.00 Total Appropriations .. 1,187.50
; Moq to'fInds-City ,. ..'-. ...... .. '; 00.` g Reserve for Contingencies ..... 106.00
Si 'Fsce aneous ........... ............. 85 Reserve for Cash Balance ..... ......2,881.50
*n .' 5;.. t C.o.. .... .... .. .. AL ... .. .. .. ... ... ... $ 4,175.00
.:.., N I ___-Ei_ ed byJheClerk.Ci. .ltCourt .. ............. 10,50.0
e, e Fee-Earnb dytheClefkCounty Court........ ... .-8,000.00 STATE I & STATE I MOSQUITO CONTROL FUND:
Fees-Eard bytheTx Collector ..... .............. 32,0 0.00 Es..Redevemnies
1""';_-: Fe.e-Ea by tPip& Rtr Appraiser-.... ...... .... ..,_0. l -outoFd-tae .... .... 15,000.00t

; .- .- . 50. .0uifo F uands -State ] ... .... 10,107.24
E lte'ce"p"ts ". -......... $,272,819.0. Total Estimated Revenues .. ...... ... S 25,107.24
S Less '' s 5% e. .... 1,255.00
: ia R ..795% of Esimated Receipts ... ... .. 5 23,852.24
S ,95fo"3 E5stfmatedReceipts...... ...... .... 1 ,209,178.00 CashBalance Forward .. .... .. 4,016.l
S. :'. ,. ;.' Ca. h BalaneFor'ard.: .... .... --..-.t. ,"-. 251.,571;00 n ,.. 4,016.n 1
L"o:," h' Total Receipts & Balances .... ...... 7,8


lek-Co u nio ... .. ... 54,532.96 Mosquito Control -State H Operating Expenses ....... 9,86915
SC ity .... .. 9,684.69 Total Appropriations ...... $ 24,869.15
S ... .. ... . .. 98,356.00 Reserve for Contingencies .... .. 3,000.00
ect .". ...... ...... 104,320.00 Reserve for Cash Balance -0
,Tx i e Board ......... ... .. ... 500.00 27,869.15
:'lCl'rkCi;ultCourt ;CountyCourt&Recorder .. 115,348:17 TOTAL .... ,6.
S dtbColraotid .. r. ; 7,296.45 ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT FUND:
co'u tyC** 't. ..... .. .. 15. ... 350.00 Estimated Revenues:
Cob e e ................. .. .. 1,200.00 Taxes- Real Estate and Personal Property .. $ 13,303.00
Court Reporter .................. ............. 2,951.30
SSulpervisiorof Elections ... : .. ....-.: ... .. 53,a.68 Total Estimated Receipts . $ 13,303.0
S -. .................. .. ... 2,97.55 Less5% ... ... .... .. ... 665.00
r ti ons .. .. ........' .. .. ... 137, 9.36 95% df Estimated Receipts ...... .. 12,638.00
_-e uld ea .......... ... '' ...... 7;341."00 Caih Balance'Forward . 2,424.00
....a... 5............ .5,000. 00
S- Pulc ';.: .. 1;500.00 Total Receipts& Balances $ 15,062.00
u Co ontOServOfficer ........ .... .. ......, 16,415.68 Estimated Expenses:
,, re Control'...... .. .. ..... ............ .. 9,660.00 .Operating Expenses: Fire Departments ......... $ 12,518.00
Bulldingl on ... .... ... ., 20,200:00 Commissions to Appraiser and Collector .. .. ...120.00
SMedical-Eamiers Contract .......... .- ...... 5,000.00 Total Appropriations' ..... $ 12,638.00
jMosiqutoCotrl-SanitaryLandfill . 212,638.51 Rencies
udai Cinic Con-ract ....... -............... 2,75 serve for Contingencies. ...... ....... 4-
.1-v ldalice CIND_ o rpetacded .... .. ... .. 12, Reserve for Cash Balances 2,424.00,
e f Retarded .... .. ............ 2 ..
e al ltl...... .. ..... 5,754.00. TOTAL ..... $ 15,062.00
.' ahane'Mcoholim Co.ntract ...... ........0
P.ro s..... .. ...: 4,202.50 TUPELO FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT FUND:
Care ..... .... .. 270.0 Esated'Revnues:
A:: i AbulankeService-Wewahitchka . 18,74912 Takes-Real Estate and Personal Property .. S 6,452.00
S AknbulanceSrvice -Port St. Joe ... .... .. 19,585.91 Total Estimated Receipts. S 6,452.00
County Medical Planning .. .. .. 1,761.00 Less 5% 323.00
Medicaid- Hospita] .. 23,797.00
Medicaid-Nursin Home.... ..... ............ 12,318.00 95% of Estimated Receipts .. 6,12900
Librai. opit 33,660.40 Cash Balance Forward .. 5,042.00
t A i pension Program ... ;.. .... .. 27,927.66 Toti Receipts& Balances .. .. 11,171.00
*'an CFJF U*l'.ip^i 9l.'T it -'' .- I AM*' ivo


Soir. i Equipment..... .. ... ..100,M000. Estimated Expenses:
STra"ife:Beacd FireDepartment ......... 100,000.0 ~, OperaingExpeses: FireDepartment... $
-.o ... -.," Commissins to appraiser& Collector
.- Total Appropratons .. .. ,409,178.10 Equipment 5... ....
S' RserveforContingencies ... .. .. 25,000.00 Total Appropriations $ 6
ReserveforCashBalance ... 26,570.90 Total Appropri encies .
_." T A ". Reserve for Conungencies .
TOTAL..... .... .. $1,460,74900 Reserve for Cash Balance.. .. .
S TOTAL $ 11
iAND FORFEITURE FUND:
Taxe-RealEitate and personal property ... $ 223,845.00 OAK GROVE WATER AND SEWER REVENUE AND EXPENSE FUND:
FMetsandfees ............, ., .. 46,764.00 Estimated Revenues:
Civil defenseMatching Fund ... .. 9,856.00 Water and Sewer Sales .. .. S
inderalRevenuefSharing 116,454.00
i ne Cats Sales Tax..... 53,617.00 Total Estimated Receipts .
S -4cellaneous .-..:......... ...... 48.00 Less 5% ..
'~i otEsi ated Receipts S 452,584.00 95% of the Estimated Receipts $
es 5% 22 .... .. 628.95 Cash Balance Forward
6 %'.Estimnated Receipts ,429,955.05 Total Receipts & Balances .. $
i. i C Balace Forward ..............., Estimated Expenses:
S" is s .ilean. s .446,390.0 -' Depreciation $
'. Bjai: ..' . 446,390.05. Net Income- Bond. Interest. Reserve
Sheriff's Budget.. ..... .. $ 409,491.83 Total Appropriations .. S
Civil DIfense Budget .. .. .. 19,713.22 Reserve for Contingencies .
+ Edwucatonal Studies ..... ...... ... 750.00 Reserve for Cash Balance ..
S ,'talApproprations... .. .... 429,955.05 TOTAL .. $
Reserve for Contingencies ... -9,000.00
ReserveforCash Balance .... 7,435.00 FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING
S TOTA. .. ..... .... .. $ 446,390.05 Estimated Expenses:
Interest ..
| NrY ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND: Federal Revenue Sharing 141
we'da.Re ve s:nu es Total Estimated Receipts $ 146
Bac, k T .... 211,500.00 Lss 5%
One-half Cnts Sales Tax ........ .. .. .. 35,000.00
Gasoline;Fuel Oil and Road Tax .............. .. 265,969,00 95% of Estimated Receipts. $ 13!
State Funds Revenue'Sharing, Mobile Home Tax ....... '73,884.00 Cash Balance Forward 1
'Total Estimated Receipts ............... $ 586,353.00 Total Receipts & Balances 8 151
S LesI5% ........... ... ...... ... ... ... 29,318.00 Estumated Expenses:
95 of Estmated Receipts ....... .... 557,035.00 Fine and Forfeiture Fund Budgeted Transfer 11l
: Cash Balaned Forward ..... f02,501.00 Mosquito Control: Equipment 2.
Total cpts&Balances .. ..... .. 659,536.00 Health and Recreation 1
S .. Total Appropriations $ 150
iated Exp* ses: ~Reserve for Contingencies
Salaries &Beneflts .. .. .. .. .... S 395,982.94 Reservefor Cash Balance
SRoad Construction Cost ........... .... ... 35,000.00
Equipment' ."....... .......... ... ....... 567.79 TOTAL 15!
S Tran.feT:'Equlpment ............... .. ....... .. 50,000.00
S General Opeation& Maintenance ...... ... 153258.35 COURTHOUSE AND JAIL BOND & INTEREST DEBT SERVICE FUND:
,'TotaloApproprtions .. $ 634,809.08 Estimated Revenues:
R serve forContingencies.. .. 16,323.00 Taxes-Real Estate and Personal Property $ 67
ResdrveforCashBalance .. . .. 8,403.92 TotalEstimatedReceipts $ 6
S :TOTAL ............. 659,536.00 Less 5% .
A1 RCOANDARY ROAD & BRIDGE FUND: 95% of Estimated Receipts 6
busted Reveues: Cash Balance Forward
o 8%f5hdi6thCentsGasTax ... ..... ....... 311,100.00 Total Receipts & Balances 7
S TotalEstimatedRecepts ... ... $ 311,100.00 Estimated Expenses:
Less5% ......... .... .. 15,555.00 Retire 33 Bofids S 3
95% of Estimated Receipts .... $ 295,545.00 Interest 34
Cash Balape forward .. .. .. .. .. 185,555.00 Paying Agents Fee
Total Recelpts & Balances ........ .. .. $ 481,100.00 TotalAppropriations 3 6,
S. 1 Reserve for Contingencies
ted Expense: Reserve for Cash Balance
'S onaaries .................. 2,000.00
SContructionSupplies...................... .... .. 30,000.00 0TOTAL $ 70



., 40, a 1 1,,: '
+, ', 1 ': ., -, ,. .+. ,, .' :, ,L : .-Z. .,&


300.00
150.00
5,679.00
6,129.00
5,042.00
4
1,171.00



7,265 00
7,265.00
363.00
6,902.00
1,861.00
8,763.00

611.00
6,291.00
6,902.00
-0-
1,861.00
8,763.00



1,100.00
5,688.00
i.788.00
7.34000
9.448.00
9,720.98
9,168.98

16,45400
1,000.00
1,454.00
0,908.00
4.260.98
1.000.00
9,168.98



7,775 00
7,775 00
3,38875
1,386 25
5,703.48
0,089.73

3,.00000
4,425.00
350.00
7,775.00
-0-
2,314.73
0,089 73


Wheat and Winter Grazing



Seminar for Farmers
SeminrFa


There will. be a Wheat and
Winter Grazing Production
meeting at Abby's Restau-
rant, Wewahitchka, Tuesday,
September 28, at 7:00 P.M.
CST.
Topics to be discussed are;
"Varieties, Soil preparation
and Fertilization," Dr. Ron
Barnett, Agronomist, Agricul-
tural Research and Educa-
tional Center, Quincy; "Di-
sease and Insect Control in
Wheat and Winter Grazing",
by Dr. Richard Sprenkel,
Integrated Pest Management
Specialist, Agricultural Re-
search Center, Quincy; "Eco-
nomics of Production", Mark


Eason, Area Farm Manage-
ment Economist, Agricultural
Research Center, Quincy.
This production meeting
should be of interest to all Gulf
County farmers who plan to
plant wheat for grain, and


wheat, oats, rye and rye-grass
for winter grazing. For more
information call the Gulf
County Cooperative Extension
Service, phone 299-6123, or
County Agent Roy Lee Cart-
er's home phone: 639-5266. -


PSJ Juniors Selling Magazines


Once again the Junior Class
at Port St. Joe High School is
sponsoring its annual maga-
zine sale. The sale is held each
year as a means of raising
funds necessary to help defray
some of the expense of class
activities, mainly the prom


competing in the Sunshine Invitational
Tournament in Marianna September 17-18.
The center's nine-person squad, including
two females, placed fourth in competition
with other teams from Mississippi, Marianna
and Tallahassee.
The team, the ARC-sponsored Gulf
County Gophers, is composed of: Argene
Ware, Coleman Livingston, Bernice Turnip-


petitionn

ht home a large trophy after


4AR 1982-1983


COURTHOUSE AND JAIL BOND & INTEREST RESERVE FUND:
Estimated Revenues:
Cash Balance Forward
Total Receipts & Balances
Estimated Expenses:
Reserve for Cash Balance
TOTAL
CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND:
Estimated Revenues:
Budgeted Transfer: General Fund
Budgeted Transfer: Secondary Road and Bridge Fund
Road and Bridge Fund .
Total Estimated Receipts
Less5%
95% of Estimated Receipts
Cash Balance Forward
Total Receipts & Balances
Estimated Expenses:
Equipment: Mosquito Control. ..
Equipment: Road and Bridge .
Buildings: Courthouse
Buildings: Beaches Fire Department.. .


Total Appropriations
Reserve for Contingencies ..
Cash Balance Forward
TO TAL .......................... ........


OAK GROVE WATER AND SEWER BOND, INTE
Estimated Revenues:
Net Income Water and Sewer Revenue
Racing Tax Trust Fund
Total Estimated Receipts .
Less 5% .
95% of Estimated Receipts
Cash Balance Forward .
S Total Receipts & Balances
Estimated Expenses:
Retire 1 Bond .
Interest
Reserve Account
Total Appropriations
Reserve for Contingencies .
Reserve for Cash Balance


TOTAL
OAK GROVE WATER AND SEWER
RACE TRACK GUARANTEED ENTITLEMENT FUND:
Estimated Revenues:
Racing Tax ..
Total Estimated Receipts
Less 5%
95% of Estimated Receipts
Cash Balance Forward
Total Receipts & Balances
Estimated Expenses:
Transfer to Oak Grove Water & Sewer Bond, Interest
and Reserve Sinking Fund .
Total Appropriations
Reserve for Contingencies
Reserve for Cash Balance.
TOTAL
HOWARD CREEK FIRE DISTRICT:
Estimated Revenues:
Taxes Real Estate and Personal Property
Total Estimated Receipts
Less 5% .
95% of Estimated Receipts
Cash Balance Forward
Total Receipts & Balances
Estimated Expenses:
Operating Expenses
Total Appropriations
Reserve for Contingencies
Cash Balance Forward
TOTAL .
OVERSTREET FIRE DEPARTMENT:
Estimated Revenues:
Taxes Real Estate and Personal Property
Total Estimated Receipts
Less 5%
95% of Estimated Receipts
Cash Balance Forward .
Total Receipts & Balances
Estimated Expenses:
Operating Expenses
Total Appropriations
Reserve for Contingencies
Cash Balance Forward
TOTAL
1982-83 BUDGET RECAPITULATION AND MIL


FUND
General
State I and State II Mosquito Control
Fine and Forfeiture
County Road and Bridge
Secondary Road and Bridge
Capital Outlay
Courthouse and Jail Bonds and
Interest
Courthouse and Jail Bonds & Interest
Reserve
Oak Grove Water & Sewer Bond,
Interest & Reserve
Oak Grove Water and Sewer
Race Track Guaranteed Entitlement
Oak Grove Water and Sewer
Revenue Expense
Fire Stations:
Bonds. Interest& Reserve
Federal Revenue Sharing
TOTAL
Health Department
Total County Wide
Special Fire Districts:
Overstreet Fire Control District
Howard Creek Fire Control
District
St. Joseph Fire Control District
Tupelo Fire Control District
Total Special Fire Districts


TOTAL
$1,460,749.00
27,869 15
446,390.05
659,536.00
481.100.00
291,956 00
70,089 73
71,46239

15,786 00
3,676.00
8,763.00
4.175.00
159,168.98
$3,700.721.30
35,799 52
3,736,520.82

$ 1,696.55
1,935.58
15,062 00
11,171.00
S 29,865 13


and banquet.

During the next two weeks,
students from the Junior class
will be out in the community
selling magazines. They will
greatly appreciate the help of
anyone.


seed, Carlton Armstrong, Charles Re
Lane Davis, Michael Ford, David And
and Kenneth Raines.
Part of the team shown above
Argene Ware, Lane Davis, Carlton A
strong. Bernice Turnipseed, Charles R
and Michael Ford. Not pictured are: D
Andrews, Coleman Livingston, Ken
Raines and Coach Linda Gilmore.


sase,


ease,
rews

are:
Arm-
tease
)avid
neth


-Public Notices-


JOB NOTICE
4-0 Guni CountI Mosaullo Coniroi [
$ 71,462.39 manl will e l l.ing 3spfic-3110Ai I
ollo.ngfl DCiliIon
S 71,46239 One IIll Mechrac nermar.e.-.i [
Io.n Craulaeu' s lie", r eauire-i
$ 71,46239 nours per aEck Ehullab,lVii
S 7146.3 a9'dI l C ,,, garulr,, egi,)a .
$ 71,462.39 eoaupmeni
ADpllcaliorin m3y DC lIlica ,:.ui
Gull Cournly MosQUillo Co.'.,i',.i 61.
S 200.00000 1001 Tenln Sireel Pol Si JOE F
50,00000 forplc llon. AIII Dae ece.ea, Inroou
50,000.00 lonei 12 19b2
300,000.00 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMiiSiOl
15,000 0w GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
B Jimm O0 Goilnar. Cr.,,rr,3n


$ 285,02.00
S6,9.00

S 291,956.00

$ 50,000.00
50,000.00
85,000.00
80,000.0
$ 265,000.00
20,00000
6,956.00
$ 291,95'.80


REST & RESERVE FUND:


S 6,29100
3,515.00
$ 9,806.00
490.00
S 9,316.00
6,470.00
$ 15,78600

$ 1,000.00
6,615.00
1,701.00
$ 9,316.00
800.00
.. 5,670.00
S 15,786.00



$ 3,700.00
S 3,70000
185.00
S 3,515.00
161.00
$ 3,676.00


$ 3,51500
$ 3,515.00
15.00
146.00
5 3,676.00


S 1,371.70
S 5 1,371.70
68.59
$ 1,303.11
632.47
$ 1,935.58

S 1.303 11
$ 1,303.11
-0-
63247
$ 1,935.58


S 1,227.00
1,227.00
61.35
5 1,165.65
530.90
. $ 1,696.55
$ 1,165.65
$ 1,165.65
-0-
530.90
$ 1,696.55
LAGE LEVY


VILLAGE
4.159
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1.0
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.I

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5.459
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5.629

.288
.178
.204
36
1.03


Dollar/-
Value
S4159/$1,000
.0
$1.00 /$1,000
0
.0
.0
S .30 /$1t,000
0

.0
0
.0
.0
.0
$5.459/51,000
1 .17 /$1,000
$5.629/$1,000

S .288/81,000

5 178/$1.000
$ .204/1.000
$ .36 /$1.000
$1.03 /S1.000


SEPTEMBER 23,1982
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
JIMMY 0 GORTMAN. CHAIRMAN
ATTEST: JERRY GATES, CLERK


ORDINANCE NO 134
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE AP
PROPRiATION OF FUNDS FOR THE
FISCAL YEAR 1982/1983 FOR THE CITY
OF PORT ST JOE FLORIDA BY ADOP
TING APPROPRIATIONS FOR 19821l983
FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING FOR
STHE ORDINARY AND REGULAR RE
QUIREMENTS OF THE CITY OF PORT ST
JOE. FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 198211983.
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
WHEREAS Irn. Ciy Comm.s~ion rs or
Irme opi.-ion Iral II i n6ece ary Iv jr.e .m
meialae prolelion and preiservalr. 01of
Ine peace sal li neilln and piroperilv
Ine Cily as.-' ia s .nr.ailanis a nd Ic pro
vide lr In& usual daily operaio'. 01I men
Cly and iia deparrien s inal3 IThi Or
adinfn.-C pe er.cled THEREFORE
BE IT ENACTED 8Y THE PEOPLE OF
THE CITY OF PORT ST"3 E- -
.,. SECTION L Tncic |a oieDe,, aapropr?..
'led Tne Tumr 01 S111791000-for-the
General Fund Ir.c sum ol S549.753 00 for
tre Walerl ara Seepi Fund. lhE Su'TI lI
$31.15000 lor Ine Oak Grove Waler and
Sewer Fund and Inse sun, o0 $4.,92.948 00
for ine W 3as&ealer Trcalrreni Pianl Ior
Ine Fiscal Year 19621l983 lo rie su3 in
ihe c.pT alic.r, o sa.d deparlrr.ienis Ir 11n
Cary ol Pori 1 Jor. Florada a-: el lorin in
me Budql rand F..-.ar.c.l Pelar. ol sa-d CI
ly or lile wiin Ihe Cily AudilorlCleiaK
SECTION II Tri, Cly Clel 1 ncreby
auinorizea anrd diracd Ic put'.J .h a
notice I0 Irre Ora.nance as Drorided Dy
law
SECTlON III Tnis Ord.iarce snail lake
elleci immeoialely upor. aaoplion
INTRODUCED Al Ine Special MeAling
of Ir.e CII Comrr..sEion on ihe 91n day ol
Sepi.mber, A D 1982
isi Frank Pale Jr
P.Mayor Cmminilsi.oner
2t 9 23

ORDINANCE NO. 135
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE
LEVY OF TAXES IN THE CITY OF PORT


ST .iOE FLORIDA. FOR THE TAX YEAR
1982. LEVYINGAN AD VALOREM TAX OF
3 846 MILLS ON ALL REAL AND PER.
SONAL PROPERTY WITHIN SAID CITY
WHICH IS NOT EXEMPT UNDER THE
LAW FOR THE PURPOSE OF PRQ-
VIDING FUNDS FOR THE ORDINARY
AND REGULAR REQUIREMENTS OF THE1
CITY OF PORT ST JOE FOR FISCAL
YEAR 1982#1983 PROVIDE AN EFFEG-
TIVE DATE ,
WHEREAS Tne City Commission is o1
Ir o0.nior. Iral it is necessary lor the ifl.
mediale Dpoecir,on and pieservalion al
Ire i.eace. solely neall, and properly c3
In& Ciiy ano its inhabLanls. and 10o p'
v,.a 10o1 tn uiual daily operallon ol Ihf
Cii, boi' IS depanimenls. Inal Inis OE
dnmnce De enabled .
THEREFORE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OE
THE CITY OF PORT ST JOE
SECTION i Tnal ine'e be. and here ii
hereby. levied and assessed upon all pir
pellv. cotn Real ana Personal. witlnn ItS
Corporale Limils ol the Cily ol Port SE
Joe nol exempi tomr laxaltion oy the Cori
slllullon and lawsol fthe Slaleol Florlda-
In Oilow.r.g Ad Valorem Tax loy the yea
1982
AA Tax ol 3846 mills upon the
collar oI, assessed valuation
Tor Ine purposed ol providing
for lunar lor the ordinary and
regular purpose of Ihe City of .
Port SI Joe. Floroa, for Ihe -'
F.S-,SI Year 1982/1983 said ":
valuatllon Io be based upon .
ihe Assessment Roll ol said
CIty as previously approved ,
and aaDcleo
-SECTION j'Ti"Tis OrdinancVie-shif iale'
elIledc immediately upon adoptIon
INTRODUCED al Ihe Special Meelrig
of Ine City Commisi1on on t he 91h day of
SeDlemoer, A D. 1982
is Frank Pale. Jr.
Mayor Commissioner 219-23

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Boald o0 County Commissionersol
Gull Counly will receive sealed bids Irom
any peron company corporation In-
lelele1d in selling ihe County Ithe ollow
ing describea personal properly.
Repairs o.r, D-5 Calerpillar Traclor.
ISeilal No 94J1605)
Bids Aill De received unlil 9.00 o'clock
A M. E DT .Oclober 12. 1982. al Ithe office
or Ir.e Clerk of Circual Court, 1000 Fifth
Street. Poll Si Joe. FL 32456 The Board
reserves Ihe ilghnl Io ejecl any and all
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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
Jimmy 0 Goilman. Chairman


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Sharks Chalk Up First Win of



Season Defeat Havana 8-6


in the fourth quarter as Tres
Parker capped off a 30-yard
scoring drive with a 13-yard
run, tying the game at 6-6
Demitre .Thomas, extra
point attempt holder, made


the try for the extra point
exciting as he mishandled the
snap from center, picked up
the ball and scampered
around the Havana defense to
give the Sharks the lead in the
game, 8-6.
Michael Pittman had runs
for seven and nine yards in
setting up the score.
Havana's only score came
in' .the third quarter as quar-
terback Thadeus Hatcher
found Miguel Barber with a
73-yard TD pass.
The game was not as close
as the score might indicate
though. The Shark defense
managed to contain the Hava-
na offense to their own end of
the field.during the contest.
Only 12 plays were run from
the St. Joe side of the field
during the entire second half.
The Shark defense held
Havana to 185 total yards
which included the 73-yard TD
pass, in an impressive stand.
: The Sharks gave up several
opportunities to score as pen-
alties and fumbles nlagued


.., E A 2.. heir' efforts. One of the
Sharks' five fumbles occurred
The Fir'late in the fourth quarterafter
ntecostal Holiess hurch theSharks had'driven to the,
-Penecota Holines C- 'Havana two yard line.
Willard. Paul Gilbert and
''.' r Josh Jeikins botli.intercepted
2001 GARRISON AVE. -- PORT" ST. JOE ".thi HaVana offense late in the
foturtli period. to,'help insure
S Invites You to Wdrship With Them, ,the Shark' vict6'ry.
Ernest A. Biarr, Pastor "'- The big yardage man for the
S Sharks was Tres Parker
SERVICES "''. ,,enklas ;31, carries the ball- for the Havana Gladiators, 8-6, in Havana. with .95 yards in 17 carries.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..5... '.. :A.. ight'is-t flirted the -Star photo Michael Pittman and Greg
MORNINGWORSHIP .. .... 11:00" .
EVENIN'GWORSHIP ..... ........... : .

ators Defeat Hornets; Host Sharks
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The Wewahitchka Gators
marked up their second win of
the young grid .season last
Friday night, jumping on the
Cottondale Hornets for a 35-14.
victory.
The Gators cruised for 314
yards in their potent ground
'game and scored in every
period in taking the sting out
of the Hornets. Cottondale
wasn't without its punch,
picking up 220 yards on 26
carries and' 114 in return
yardage.
j_ ":. The game was.a wide-open
S- affai, with a total of 599 yards
gained and 175 'yards in
penalties.
Zeb Addison led the Gator
i. machine with three touch-
downs and 149 yards gained.
Addison scored in- the first
second and last periods. An-
drew Gainer put the Gator's
other two TD's on the board in
the second and third periods.
Addison kicked five points
after touchdown for a perfect
night.
,The Gators' drew first
blood, when quarterback
Chris Thomas hit Addison.
.with a 23 scoring pass play. In
the second period, Gainer
ticked off a 60 yard play which
brought the partisan fans to
their feet and put another
score on the board for the
Gators. Addison snared an-
other pass from Thomas late
in the second period this
time for 30 yards to give the
Gators a 21-6 half-time lead.
The Hornets had also scored
in the first period, when Gray
zipped around the middle of
the pack for a 45 yard score.
The extra point kick failed and
the Hornets had only six points
for the first half.
In the second 'half, the
Gators took. up right where
i they had left off and broke
.Gainer loose. for a 15 yard
'scoring gallop in the third.
Cottondale countered by send-
ing Gray out again on an 11
yard scamper and also ran the
conversion across for the two
extra points.
Addison wound up the scor-
ing for both teams in the last
period, when he ticked off a 30
yard run, putting the Gators
out of reach for the Hornets.
HOST PORT ST. JOE
The Gators will host their
arch-rivals, Port St. Joe Fri-
day night, as the county
championship goes on the line.
| The Gators' have the edge on
the, series and will be trying to
preserve their win streak.
THE YARDSTICK
Cot. Wewa
First downs 7 18
Rushes, yds. 26-220 34-314

E.J. Rich's Visit

Grand Children
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich
traveled to Grove Hill, Ala-
bama for a week long visit
with their grandson, Billy, his
wife, Carol, and their two
great grandchildren, April
and Justin.
Mr. Rich helped April and
e Justin plant their first garden
during the visit.


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Penalties


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to keep the offense moving in
the game.
THE YARDSTICK
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First downs 9 6


Rushes
Passing yds.
Return yds.
Passes
Punts
Fumbles
Penalties


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86 146
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DINNER NAPKINS
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PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1982


t-Public Notices 9-
FICTITIOUS NAME of City Commissioners of Wara Riage *iioui rrmolIo Tnese vehicles may be
Notice is nereby given that pursuant to Florida will hold a public hearing in ine seen al me Bus Barn in Wewamhichna
SScllon 865.09. Florida Stalules, me Commissioner s room in the City Hall 31 bennao ne Elemr.eniar/ ScnooI The sue
undersigned persons intend to register ine Citly of Waro Ridge on Seplember 27 cesilul Didder must remove vehicles
S win t e Clerk of the Circuit court. Gull 1982 at 7:00 p m. fto the purpose of hear. Tne Board reserves the righl to reject
County. Florida. four weeks alter Inthe lst ing from 'any, person or persons on the anyiand all bias Please mark'your bid
publication of this notice, the fictitious proposed Zoning Ordinance of the City of envelope Sealed Bids-Vehicles and the
name or Irade name under wnich they will Ward Ridge. Florida Said proposed Or. I D number or bus numoer
be engaged in business and in wnich said o.nance may De examined or inspected isi B WALTER WILDER Superinrenaeni
business is to be carried on. to-wit. at Ihe City Hall in Wara Ridge or bi con. i 219-16
WAUNETA'S ACCOUNTING & lacing the Mayor ol tne City of Ward ______
t INCOME TAX SERVICEE Ridge. ) N TICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
116 Monument Avenue. 'CITY OF WARD RIDGE The' GOll Cbuntyv Scrool Boaa witl
Pod St Joe, Florida 32456 By Isi Allen V McCulley. Mayor recei.e Dias until 900 A M E D S T Oc
,;.% Owner: Wauneta Brewer. 219 16 IOler 1. 1,982. in Ine office of ine
.P Sept. 13 1982 Supl inilendent of Scnooe s on the Iollow
g .. 419.16 NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS ing venicie One II 1966 Cnevrolel irs
-,..- -- Tne Gulf County Schdoi Board will Sereai B69266221456 Tris venmcie may De
S .JOB OPENING r' receive bids nlil q 00 A M. ED ST. Oc seen st rhe bus mainlerance lacii.ly
COUNTY VETERAN'S looer 1. 1982. in Ihe ollice ofl Ihe iocaiea in Ward Riage Tne successIlu
SERVICE OFFICER Superinlendent of Schools on Ine follow bidder must remove vehicle
I Ou ulllcaltions g Ing vehicles One |1) 1966 inlemralonu a Tne Board reserves me rignl to releci
4. honorabDly,discharged veteran, or sur Bus Serial M16370H05562. One iII Bus anyland all bids Pleas, mark 'tour bid
vivung, spouse ol such,. with service as a 5. witnout motor and One III Bus Oa,i envelope 'Sealed Bid Venicle and ir.
member of the U S Aimed Forces during without molor These venicies may oe cludd the I D-Number
perloa o war as defined in Title 38." seen at the Bus Barn in Wewahitchka Ist BWALTER WILDER Super.ntendeitl
J .'US.C., at least 18 months active duty'in behind the Elementary School The sdc-. i 16
S'A' the Aimed Forces. 2 year college degree cessful bidder must remove vehicles.
S n igh school diploma and 4 yelrs ol ad. The Boaro reserves Ine rigni to eleci .
S.mlnlstralive experience. .Applications anyvand all bios Please ma riK your bia IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOURTEENTH
1,mu:st be made al Ine Oftice of the Clerk atof envelope "Sealea Bids-Vehucles' and the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
Circull Court, Gult County Courlhouse, I S number or' bus number FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
1000 Fifth Streel. Port S .Joe. FL 32458 isi B WALTER WILDER SuperintanOent SARAH E SENK ana SOPHIA D WEBB
'Applications will be accepted,,until ." 2t9-16' larnillts.
y .':'September 24. 1982 s' ,. ,. :i vs
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NOTICE TORECEIVE SEALED BIDS STEPHEN M HAYES and TERRY M
t' GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA "' -. The Gull Couniy School Beora w,ii. NALL .I .
,'By:.LsLJimmy O Gortmarn Chairman- '. receive olds until 9 00 A'M.'E D S T. Oc. Delendanis
:-,'. '' -219.16 lober 1. 1962.- i mer ofllce-.of'-Ihe NOTICE OF ACTION
,-._____ Superintendenl of Schools on ine follow TO STEPHEN M HAYES
Iig vehicles One (1) 1966 Inleinalional TERRY M NALL
,:.,' NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED ) Bus. Serial 16370H055824. One ill Bus FORT DEPOSIT ALABAMA
Sr4 ZONING ORDINANCE ,5. wilthou motor and One I1) Bus e8 YOL ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED inai an
S NOTICE is nereby given that the Board

I."- PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 2, 1982

.' WHEREAS, The Legislature under the Constitution of the State of Florida, passed Joint
.' ...Resolutions proposing amendments to the Constitution .of the State-ot Florida, and they did
ii.determine ahd:direct that the said Joint-Resolutions be submittedd to the electors of.lhe State6of
'."Fldrida, at .he General Election to be held on November 2, 1982. .
:'.1 1NOW, THEREFORE; I, GEORGE FIRESTONE, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do
i hereby'give',notice that an'election'willbe-.tfeld i'acthC6oLinty' loritla.o' NoveIim6eri 21982
".'.for the ratification or rejection of the Jolritlesoldtitons proposing amendments Id the Consliltu-
ltion of theState of Florida; viz:, .' I ,
,NO. 1 .
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT '
S: ARTICLE SECTION 8
It. SECTION 8. "Ethics in governmentA.-A''public office is a public trust.
.'rThe people shall have the right't' secure and' sustain "that. trust against
-.'abuse.. To assure'this right: "

(a) .All ed'eictid constitution al 'officers and candidates' forrsuch
'offices anid, as may be determined. by .-law', otherj-, public.d officers,
candidates, arid'empToye'es shall file full.arid public disclosure'iof their
-. ifinancial',-interests. ; .
:. '. "
S (b) All el.ect;ed public officers and candidates for such-obffides shall
ille full and public disclosure of- their caiApaign rfinai'ces.' ,
(c) Any public.officer,or employee who breaches,;the.public trust. for
t'rivate gain and-, ny'person or .e ti'ty induc-'ing.'; such- 'briach' shail-be,
iable- to- ,the''tate 'for all financiall beref'its obtainedd by such actionss
e mannekiof;recdvery and additional damages may be'- povidedby, law. '-
^ .' .;.;', t. ; Y. -' : .: { ; "i'. i ,,,, t ., l, -;' '" '
:.(d), Any -Ipub l;c ,officer.. or employee who is 'convicted1.of a felony
involving a breach of public trust shall be'. subject to- f-orfeiture4 'of
ights'and.privileges iunder'.a public., retirement system'or. pension plan;in
g'fuch manner .as may .be provided byilaw. ,
"IO ..-. -ll.. ---., .,. '- ,
'(e) N memberi. of4"'he .legislt' re or statewide elected officer shall
ge..*'rsona-lly.? representeianctther person.-or entiy. for Fppmpensation before any
'-rtate the government -body ,or-agency, Funl ss-such, person .tiles Tull and
public .-Adisclosure.- Xdf' his or., her financial interestSr -pursuant to
i,.ubsection (a) i,, ef--whkeh-the-+ndtvideuai-see-an-effeee-ee-,membeu. for a
..geriod of two .years -followifig vacdtibon. of office No 'member. 'of the
legislature e shaail' personally represent another1 person ,or entity for,
',-ompensation"during term" office before any state agency ',-other than
bUd iciial tribunals'.- Similfar restrictions oh other public'officers and
S.-',eqiployees may. bed'etablished by lw,14. ,* "' : .-'', ,
0 ; r.: -'Z ," ." r. j'. ,- ;
S (f) There shall 'be an independent commission, to, conduct
< investigations aAd make public eports,-.bn all complaints 'concerning
S%-t9yach of 'public trust by pubiic.of'fice'rs or employees ,not.ithin'the
i, l'Jurisdiction of .'he judicial qualificattohs'commission,* .-'. ,
i (g)' This ,.section, shall' not be' construed to limit disclosures and
y PEohibition'swhich may be'esta6lished by' law to'preserve.'thie'public-trust
S and avoid conflicts between public duties and private interests.'

'.t.7 (h) Schedule--On the effective date of this amendment and until ,
.'A;c hanged by -law: '.. i I- 1 '
(1) Full and public disclosure of financial interests shall mean
G.' filing with the secretary of statel by July 1 of each year a, sworn
,: statement .showing net worth-and ,identifying each asset and liability' in
,[ excesss of $Si000 andrits-value-.togethetr with one of tha following:: .-. -
-, |-.,- ,,' -
a. A copy of the person's most1 recent federal income tax return; or'

b. A sworn statement which identifies each separate source and' aount-
.I',w- income which 'exceeds $1,000.- Th6 forms for such so'Urcel'disclosure'and
,-'." the rules under which they arA to be filed shall be prescribed by the
"independent commission ,established in .subsection (f) 'and such .rules
I te't.h rll include disclosure .of secondary sources of income. -.,,,: :.,.2- i..
''- .--" ", ,
'' '--(2) Persons holding statewide elective offices' shall also file
',:" djjclosure of their financial interests pursuant to subsection (h).(1).
f'"" (3) The independent commission on provided for in subsection (.f) shall
mean the Florida Commission on Ethics. '
IL '. : : NO:'2 *
.f,. : CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ,.. ".'
',- : .- ARTICLE I, SECTION 12 K
.c;'' : ARTICLE I
Li'. DECLARAT0ON OF RIGHTS '. .
'.,, .- : ; i ',
S' SEC'ION 12. Searches and seizures.--The right of the people to be
s;- cure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable
searches and seizures, and against the unreasonable interception of
private communications by any means, shall not be violdted'..I rNo 'warrant
-, shall be issued except upon probaOle cause;, supported by affidavit,
( .'particularly describing the place or places to be searched, the person or
persons, thing or things to be seized, the communication to be
i intercepted, and the nature of evidence to be obtained.i This right shall
,., be construed in conformity wLth the 4th Amendment co the United States
'' Cnst' itution, as interpreted by' the United States Supreme Court.
-,-, Articles or information obtained in violation of thisirngh shall not be
.-5 admissible in evidence if such articles or information would be
iadmiss ible under decisions of the Unicea States Supreme Court
t, construing the 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution.


" :'NO.3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
K" ARTICLE I, SECTION 14
ARTICLE I S
'" ; DECLARATION OF RIGHTS
'Section 14. Pretrial release an-' detention Bait.--Unless charged with
a:capital offense or an offense pLi.ishable by life imprisonment and the
Spcoor of guilt is evident or tne presumption is great, Hntti-ada-dged
g ty7 every person charged with a crime or violatLon, of, municipal or
county ordinance shall be entitled to'pr trial release on reasonable
conditions. If no conditions of ) release can reasonably protect the
community from risk of physical harm to persons, assure the presence of
tie accused at trial, or assure the integrity of the judicial process,
S te accused may be detained. bat+-wTth-setfetent-surety-urtes5-enargel e
i' wtien-a-eap+tca-ef ense-er-an-e'fl ense-punthable-by-+tse-tmpre-senmene--and
,j. t;. e-Bpea-f--e-aat-.-s--evtdene-ee-ehe-presumpfreen-ts-great-
' ,-*/ IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State
"- (SEAL) of Florida at Tallahassee, the Capital, this.Ihe '
sixth day of August, A.D, 1982.
S/s GEORGE FIRESTONE I
SECRETARY OF STATE
. .
CODING: Words in s4ruek--theugh type are deletions from existing law. words in underscored
are additions. 2tc 826 & 9-23


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action to foreclose the mortgage on the ,
following property in Gull County. P
Florida":. Li,
LoI 21'BBlo.: 36 CrTy ,l Poil St Jce, i:"
according to Ine ohiicai map or Jiat '
on tile inndeOllice of Cleti o thae Cif
cuit Court of Gulf Cour.t Florida The following list of prizes t
has been iled against you ar., op arer has been released for the
quired to serve a copy of your written Cyst Fibrosis Bik-A-Thon
defenses it any 1o il or, Fred N Wiien ySC
Aliorney Tao t lainrliffs rose aaaress is
408 Long Avenue Port ST Joe Florida ,.' ...'. .
and whose Ods! ollice aaoress is P 0 '
Box 447 PoIt-SI Joe Floriqa 32456 on or '' -
Defore SEPTEMBER 30 1982 arnole ine
original wlin the Clerk o' rthe Court ..ir. r
before service on Piar.ll a An.:.'.-'-, O r
immediately ihereaeter olners.ie a
defaull will e entered against you 1-r Ime
relief sougnt in the Compiaimi
WITNESS mr hand ar a e sear -. nr n

Couri on Seplemoer 3 198d
JERRY GATES
CLERK OF COURT.
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA A
By sit Tonya Kno. Deputl Cl il'
1 199 Monday,Sept.27 /
SBarbeque' beef on a bun,
IN THE CIRCUIT CouRT FOURTEENTrH orafige,'.tjuice, French fries,
JUDICIAL CIRCuiT OF THE STATE OF cake and milk
FLORIDA IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY' cake and milk-
VERMELL E ARMSTRONG '!Tuesday, Sept. 28
Plaintr.. Fish,; slaw, baked beans,
vI hush puppies, and milk.
OTTIS B SMiTH ana WileWednesday, Sept. 29
BESSIE G SMITH and
MITCHELLCHORINE ,a Wile Spaghetti and meat sauce,
WANDA HORNE.. tossed' salad, green beans,
Deiendsar.is rolls and milk.
t NOTICE OF SUIT
TO Milcnellii Horne '. Thursday, Sept. 30
and Wile Wanas Horge Chicken, turnips, spiced
519 22rloStreet beets, rice and gravy, corn-
Neaeriir.d Tevas 77627
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are r.ere, bread and milk.
noltiied thai me Piarill VERMELL Friday, Oct. I
ARMSTRONG, in Ihe anooe sflya cause e Hot dog, French fries,
r.as filea-his Corri lainlr rerain in...i.ing
ndsn Owned Dy ,.ou in Guli Coir.. peaches, cookie and milk.


Florida oescrlDeo aas olowS
Commenc.r.g at the NW corner oi men
NE Ouarter of meI NE Ouasrer ofI Se
t'in 12 Township 5 Souin. Rang 3 10
Wesil, ano run E 210 leel hence run
S 1o05 eel, Inance run w 210 teal. '
S;hence'5un N!O05 ie'io l'rie POINT '
SEt.'.BEGlNING eilng'ln!ne: fW
corner oi he NE Ouarter ot Ir, iJE
Quarlem ol Seci.in 12. Townsrhir i
S, outh Range'10 Wesl. Gll :Coun/,
Florida "
All of Ine S nal ol tre SW Ouarser :1
the SE Ouarter lying Easislae 01
Stale RoaoiNo 71 in Section 1
'Townshl '5South Range 10 WesI
Gull Counly., Florida -
YOU ARE FURTHER REQUIRED To
serve a copy ol four Answer or olner
response o mthe Complainr on Plainull s
Alloiney I .
ROBERT M MOORE
P 0 Boy 248
Pr SI. SiJoe, Florida 32456


pose.of bringing said polii6ilritlc mcom.
plla'nce ..with"' Florida' S 1ieiJes-enacled '.
since the adoption 6t cuirenfokl .ies in
February, .1962. and consistent ''with "
ledeLa laws' 3 '";,: ",'
SUMMARY The proposed' rules in ,4
Chapter 6Gx23.200. relating Io The
School- Adrilhitralion.'bsIabi.sh"antnual-
personnel aevuations sea lon cr1. charges
against persons assaulting school per.
sonnel. make changes in sick leave provi-'S
slons. require written employment con
Iracts. afd establish ;dismissal pro-.
ceaures. '
The proposed rules in Chapter
6Cx23 300,- relating .tofrTne School'Pro-,
gram," set lorTh procedures for cdess t6
students ecords.asnIDulale Itherequre'
meni tfor all poal-seconaary programs rb
be approved by bhe Coordinalting Council '
The propose rules in Cnatler
6Gx23-d00 relaling'io: Pupils anb lupil'
Personnel, defines br ich ol conduct.'. ,
The' proposed"'rules in Chapter.
6Gn23 500. relating to Inslructional Per.
sonnel. oulline Ine Beginning Teacher
Program, slipulale annual per:nrne :
evaluations. and dstablish several rules: ,
.governing contracts 'nd dismissal pro.
ceau!es -
The proposed rules 'n Chapler
6Gx23 600, relaling I'Non Insiuctlionai
Personnel: establish a:proceou6 10 file
cnargesilf: a' school, employeee is
assaulted, and 'sipulaTe revisions inri ici
ieaea provisions i
ECONOMIC IMPACT Tnese proposed
policies will result in no direcl costs
associated Wrilt im.plemental.on
Althougcinhe proposed policies will. in
.onme inr.C nces, require more and brelier
planning, r.e Indirect c:0 1 o ire ii.Snninr.
should' be more lhan'"olfsei by an in-
6cease in overall eiriciency and eller.,
utilizalion of existing es.:urces within
ihe system.n
IF REQUESTED. A RIEARING WILL. BE
HELD AT
Time 900AM EST
Pia.:e Board Rcc'm. Gull Cour.i, l .:cnooi
B6ord Olice', Gui. Cr.upI) C.:'urincuse..
HIgnway ,7 Port Si- Joe Florida 32456
Date. Ociobei 5.'1982','
The erniira lex o1 each proposed 'jie. can
c.a inspe,.:eo Ourrng re-gular oll.:e r.o ur.
al the Gull County School Board Ollice
Gulf County Courinouse H.gnway 71
Port SI Joe. Florida
Special legal auihorl, unoer wn.,:n Ire
ad.OpieC. is auinorized'ano ire la.v reihng
implemrented inlerpreled are made
apecilic
Tne cr.anges are proposeO Dy C T Wal.
sor. Dire. IC.r Oa Spec'.a Programg i and ap '
p0.ed IcOr cor.iadraiion 0, B VWailer
Wilder Superinlendent "
Amendments or Aodllions
Rule 25122 Tile SIck Lceae Ao-
miniliralive Personnel 2 70 Per.onnei.
Evaluatc.n 2 80 Assault on Scr.o.:.i Per:
sonnal 290 Contracts. 34441 AC cSi oi
SluOent Records 3 511 PiooraaT. for
AacullS 4 46 Suspensions anr3 E 4sualOr.s
4 461 Siiuiort Reauiremer.s 5 3231 Cer
iicalion 6 511 Sick Leave -Non inlruc
lional Pei onnel 1
3i 9 16

NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING ON
PROPOSED FEDERAL
REVENUE SHARING BUDGET
Nonice s ieieDs ginen Iat tne Board of
CiTy Cornmisairloers ,: Pori Si Joe
Florida will be in session on SepTemoer
23 1982 at 530 PM atl ne Municipal
Building lor the purpose o nearing fom
any person or person-i Ihal wish Iime op
potlunliy TO maKe orai and wfiller, sajg
geslion, regarding possible uses of
revenue sharing iunds lo.wl
Mosgqulo Control 1600000
Gulf Co Recreation Programn 6 -5000
Gul Cc. Senior Citzens 1 25000
Gulf Co. Retarded Activity .
Center .. .... ... ..... 1.250.00 '
Gulf Co. Guidance Clinic .. 1.. 1 250 00
Gull Co LDrary ; ...... ,. I 80000


Equipment:
I Police Vehicle
Police Sialor. Air Cond
Knuckle Boom Loader
* July 4 Fireworks Display
STotal
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By:1/s L A. Farris.
City "Auditor-Clerk -


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


AIumni 1i

Band Will

Perform'

The- "Sound of the South"
Alumni Band has been a great
success at Troy State Home-
Comirg for the past two years.
So, by popular demand, the
'"Soiuiid 'otfie SoatH" Alumni ;
Ast ati6in'is sponsoring.' the
thilannual; Alumi ffii *Band
hii .wi iperfaorn Mduring,
ornggame, f y Satioy '6
.day Oc-obel6i ;
^ flumni Band vill per-
n ; ., i.. . _


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sted for CF Bike-A-Thon


;o be held September 25.
For money turned in: First
place, T-Shirt from Athletic


Gulf Coun ty


School Lunch,



fenus


nlu I


House (your choice of decal);
Second place- Gold-filled
chain bracelet from Thames
Jewelers; Third place, Auto-
graph puppy from Campbell's
Annex; Fourth place- Flash-
light belt from Boyle's.

Boy who rode the longest
distance- Bicycle Water Bot-
tle from Western Auto; Girl
who rode the longest distance-
Stuffed "Gator" from St.
Joseph Bay Flowers and
Gifts; Person with the single


highest per mile pledge- Float-
ing flame candle from Hurl-
burt Supply; Oldest rider-
. Super special Gefden sham-i
poo from the Beauty Bouti-
que; Youngest rider- Adorable
stuffed baby bear from Mit.
Guilford at Campbell's.
Door Prizes: Costume je-
welry from Buzzett's Drugs;
Two hamburger and french
fries dinners plus drinks from
Pauline's; Two banana splits
from St. Joe Drugs; and a
Chicken Dinner from Terry's.


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. O. Bx 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTA TE SALES BEACH RENTALS


648-5011 Sales











Ma rvy / nue
3 bdr ib Ig screened
porch, s .


PORT ST. JOF
New Listing: 515 8th St. Only
$25,000 for this 3 bdrm 1 ba. nouse.
Spacious, call to see
2 lots on Palm Blvd. & 18tn SI $17.500
'tor both.
706 Woodward Ave. 4
barm., 2 ba. Must see to appreciate.
Only $27,500
Great buy al only $41.500 3 barm., 1' 2
ba only 7.yrs.-old. Long Avenue.
*,. 1501'Monumernt Ave Large 3 bdrm,
-.: ba,'liQ. rhjdin rm & kit. combo.
2(05 Palm Blvd Beauliful brick home,
1 i rn 2 ba fireplace. $69.500. '

:ST: 'JOE BEACH
.'i ,Waterfront,' ownluse. 3 bdrm.. 2 ba.,
SnowI. -under -construction, fireplace,
$95,000: mmm "
3 bdrm;i'l ba' home. Columbus St. on
1 iloits; reai-close to Deach.
Pineda St.; large 3 bdrm., 1 ba rouse
6on2'4fbots, $.9 900 with good owner
financing- "
New Listing on Coronado St. Real nice
lot 'only $8.000


REALTOR
REALTOR


648-5716 Rentals


1306 Long Avenue
2 bdrm., 1 ba. home Close to school,
-fireplace-' i- .-.. :


OVERSTREET
Canal Iront, reduced to $31.500 with a
good assumable 70, interest mor-
Igage. 3 barm.. 2 ba




MONTHLY RENTALS
1 barm. furnished. $145 & $190 per mo.
2 bdrm. furnished. $185, $200, $250,
$275. $375 & $400 per mo.
1 bdrm. unfurnished $350 per mo
3 bdrm. $300 & $350 per mo
4 bdrm. $275 '& $400 per mo.


Many more things listed with us. Call
our office or come by to pick' p'a list
Sof vacant lots.
ASSOCIATES
PAULETTA CAMPBELL 648-8977
ELLEN ALLEMORE 648.8939
ARCHIE BARBEE 648-5392
JIM CLEMENT 848.5482
JEAN FALISKI 2296553
WYVONNEHATTAWAY 229-6993
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38.500.00.
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-iNOTICE






OF BUDGET






HEARING




The Board of County Commissioners


of Gulf County, Florida,, has tentatively


adopted a budget for 1982-83. A public


hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on


the budget AND TAXES will be held on


September 27, 1982, at 7:00 p.m., EST, at


the County Commission Meeting Room,


Gulf County Courthouse, 1000 Fifth


Street, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.


BOARDOF COUNTY COMMISSION


GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


SJimmy 0. Gortman, Chairman


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PA(E EIIEV"


New 2 bdrm furnished beach
apartment for rent. Call
648-5641. tfc 9-23
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,
Rooms for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Iotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7-1
Fully furnished one
bedroom cottage, glassed in
.porch, available now. Come
see at 207 Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach or phone 648-8918.
tfc 9-16
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-%
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.


- No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe- Furniture.
227-1251. .

SKI BREEZE
Camping, campers for rent,
day, week or month. On the
Gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Res. 229-6105.


Start' your own fabric store
with low cost. Stock, equip-
ment, large inventory of no-
tions, patterns and fabrics.
Call 904/648-5665, no collect
calls. 2tp 9-23


AU


250 Chev. engine w/3 spd
transm., ready to run. Two
1973 Mercury station wagons,
Colony Park. Buy one, get one
free.
Dixie D Used Cars
Mexico Beach
Next to Phillips 66
Itp 9-23


3 bdrm. mobile home for
sale in White City, on large lot,
fenced in. After down pmt,
balance at 8% interest. For
more info. call 227-1701.
2tp9-23
3 bdrm., .bck home, M4 m.
from Land's Landing, inside
city limits.; h/a,; partly furn.
(refrig., w&d, etc.), 22'x25'
shop, patio, lawn building,
fruit trees, etc. etc. $35,000
firm. Wewahitchka 639-2888.
S4tp9-23
75x715' lot on Marvin Ave.-
Phone 648-8972. tf 47-15

HOUSE FOR SALE
1302 Garrison Ave. 212
bdrm., 1 ba., cen. h/a, kit-
chen, breakfast rm., din.
Srm., liv. rm., utility rm.
Fenced in back yard, nice
neighborhood. Phone
227-1731. tfc 7-22


Oak Grove Skating Rink will
now be open on Sundays from,
2-5 p.m.


Back in June we were sitting
in our living room in Highland
View one raining afternoon.
"You" came by and left 4 half
grown cats in front of our gate
under tfie'car' "You" should
be ashamed because I have
been a sick woman a long time
and hot able to worry with
cats. "You" know who you are
and we know also. So come to
see us and let us tell "you"
what we did with your cats.
There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
SLodge No. 1ll, F.&A.M. Every
firstgndy, thgi2ursday at-_
8:00 p.m.'
B. F. NUNNERY, W.MI.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.
The Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.


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HOWARDS'CREEK. Comfortable 2 bdrrm., 1
ba. furnished mobile home 3 blks from 2
boat landings. Lg. screened porch, dDIl car-
port, chain link fence, landscaped lawn &
riding lawn mower.


MEXICO BEACH. Plush-new ,townhouses.
Ready for'occupancy. On the spot financing
to qualified buyers. 25% down, bal; at 12%
interest. 2 bdrms., 21/2 ba., modern kit. (G.E.
appliances, self-cleaning oven, d.w., disp.,
frefrig.-freezer), cent. heat (heat pump) & a/c,
carpet, European style cabinetry in kit. &
ba. 42nd St. 200 ft. to water.

* RENTALS
* SALES
* MINI WAREHOUSE STORAGE

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


4'x8' like new pool table and
complete accessories. For in-
formation call 227-1252. ltp 9-23
Trailer for Sale: 14x60'
Westgate trailer, 2 bdrm., un-
furnished. 227-1329 or 229-8154
anytime. 3tc9-23
Upright piano in excellent"
condition. Phone 229-6564 after
4:00. ltp 9-23
Two scallop drags at $30'
ea.; oyster tongs, 2 sets $40
ea.; 40 h.p. Evinrude with
spare parts $300; one oyster
boat $200; new battery $50.
Call 648-5344. Itp 9-23


19' upright Admiral freezer.
$75 firm. Call 648-5643. Itc
King trumpet, like new, cost
$650.00, will take $200. Also
Conn cornet, good cond. $85.
Call 648-5266. Itp9-23
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-]2
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 Wewahitchka Medical
Center is presently taking ap-
plications for a part-time (16
hrs. per week) clerk position.
Qualifications for this posi-
tions are as follows: 1) must
be able to type with speed and
accuracy (spelling a must); 2)
Must be flexible due to work-
ing different hours; 3) Office
'skiflls and -able to meet-the
public, experience in filing in-
surance forms a plus. In-
terested parties may come by
the Medical Center and pick
up an application and return it
to Helen Armstrong on or
before October 1, 1982. Those
who have previously applied
for positions in the past, need
to reapply.
2tc 9-23


Say You Saw It In The Star !


ERA PARKER REALTY
Highway 98 & 31st Street


Mexico Beach, Florida
648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073


(OUTSIDE
FLORIDA)


MEXICO BEACH. Beautiful 4 bdrm., 2 ba.,
almost new home overlooking[ the Gulf. 2
story,' balcony, carpet,' fireplace with
decorative tile, modern kit. and all extras.
Hwy. 98.



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MEXICO BEACH. Charming brick & stucco
home on 2 lots. 3 bdrmn., 2 ba., carpet, cen.
h&a/c, ceiling fan, custom drapes, new frost-
free refrig w/ice maker, very tastefully
decorated. Call for an appt. Corner of Palm
& Azalea St.
Small mobile home for sale. To be moved to your lot.
$2,500.00.
WETAPPO LOTS
BEACHSIDE LOTS & HOUSES



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


Help Wanted: Material
Transfer, Inc. is currently re-.
ceiving applications for the
following positions: Equip-
ment Operator, Locomotive
Operator and Laborer. In-*
terested applicants may re-
quest applications, or forward
their: resumes to: Material
Transfer, Inc., P. 0. Box 246,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Inquiries by mail only.- No
calls, please. 2t 923

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


I GARG SAEI


Rain or Shine: There will be
a barn, house, yard, garage,
plant & antique sale Sat., Sept.
24 & Sun., 25th, at the corner of
Hwy. 98 & 36th St., Mexico
Beach. For more information
call 648-5015. ltc9-23
Back Yard Sale: Girls
clothes, size 4-14; boys clothes
size 16; girls jr. size 3-5. Also
toys. Corner Selma &
Alabama, St. Joe Beach. Fri-
day, Sept. 24, 8 to 4. Cancelled
if raining.

Yard Sale: Baby bed, baby
clothes & misc. items. Satur-
day, Sept. 25th, 8:00 a.m. until.
2116 Long Ave. Port St. Joe.
Yard Sale' Friday, Sept.
24th & Sat., Sept. 25th, 9-4 cst,
7th St., Mexico beach. 4 blocks
off highway. Cancelled if rain-
ing.
Garage Sale: 2005& Juniper
Ave., Thursday Sept. 23rd'and
Friday, Sept. 24th. From 8:30
a.m. -6 p.m. "Lots" of clothes,
toys, misc. items. Good bar-
gains. ltp

Big Super Yard Sale: 5
families, 101 20th St. (across
from Hospital), Saturday,
Sept. 25, 8:30. a.m. until. Fur-
'niture, clothes, toys, video
game.
PLANT SALE: Going out of
business plant sale, Daniels'
Greenhouse, White City, Hwy.
71.






Wanted: Pictures of the old
Methodist Church in Port St.
Joe. Call 227-1707.


IN THE CIRCUIT COULIT FCURTEEIrTH
JJOIICAL IRCuCUIT OF THE STSTE OF
FLORIDA.' IN AND. FOR GULF COUNTY,
.. Case No. 82-150
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT PORT ST.
i1 p rc.r l i:1 ,,: Pi I S. J,:
Plaintiff.
vs. '
JOHN T.ADAMS.and
LAURA: H. ADAMS.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN That pursuant to a.
F..a,, Ju pgmer., .3ala S.eic 'r.e, :2
.1 '2 im Case, r ,o e2 14I 0 ) .1 r, iA C. ':,ii
C.u.l *31 ine Fr u, I lee ir .Iu ci .lp l C 'CuII *'' .
an., I... Gull Courm ,i nor-.a r, i.:r,
'FIoiia rJaiiCril Bar,, at Porl Si J. ,
the Plaintiff and John T. Adams and
Laura H. Adams are the Defendants, I will
Gpn I.) ine nici -i u Duasl i.3 .
.:b,, In i re lO i ai ire ric .rrin)& 1 -.I Ire
Cull C .'uri/ Co llri,,u:. *,, PcOr l .i,:.E
Florida, at 11:00 A.M. E3a'i.,. T :n-,
Friday, October '1, 1982 r,1 e i :.i.-M.i ,g
described property set :orth n ir,. Or,1v,
I Firai Jugmeri "
Commence al ir.,e rw C.:.'re ,:. Si3
T5S RIlW Gull Cour.ly Ficrida
. Inence Easi 1ic-ng orr.,o ,.,unar-,
iIre I1 sa: : lo 873 i5 eell
Iner.ce Souir. 6 o60 feel ic. POB frOT,
tis POB lerno a line Easi Inl is Is
parsiieiai I: Ina i in D,.-ur.lat, Irine, .
saea s33 lo r 20 feel iheccSe i3r.
630 feet; thence W420 feet; thence
Noin 630 IIeel to the POB. Said
parcel 0I land r. ire-NW/ 'of S33,
T5S,' R11W;, GulJf County, Florida, and
ra r, a r'' .r a 60 5' ,:re' ,T.re .,r
DATED inis 2.nd ay o' Sepiarmc,'
1982
CLERK OF COURT.
JERRY T GATES.
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
l|9 '33

PUBLIC NOTICE
Tre Boaid Oi Counti, Comn',ssic.n
wouldd like 10 announce trial in E'uDiic
rearing scieauiued toi eple,-Trer 2A
1962 l1 700 pm. conceminirg crommer.
cial calloping in SI Jc'Tefn E Bat has
rer, crancelled
GULF COUNTY BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSION
9.23


HANDY MAN
Will repair all type. of house-c
hold carpentry jobs. Also-
repairs to mobiles home. Will
install carpet & vinyl. Reason-
able rates. Ron Ross. 229-6769.
ltp9-23
GILBERT'S
Construction & Landscaping
Third generation carpenter,,
over 7 yrs. experience on
beach. No job too large or too
small. Phone 648-8542. 3tc 9-23
Cabinet work, trim work,
doors, windows, shelves. Saw
filing, painting, stain work,
work with formica. Work
guaranteed. Bert Hall. Call
227-1584. tfc 8-19

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


SEVIE


BABYSITTING Day 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.
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COSTIN INSURANCE:
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
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Custom Interior Design




229-6619

"Ceiling Specialist"

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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.
*- *i S.
My" work will Stand lup
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 Hohrrian
Owner Assistant
25tp7-15


LEWIS S(
EXTRACTION
Carpet Up
Auto
Commercial or F
Free Estin
Locally Ov
Phone 229-6482


AVON To B
Call Mrs. L. Z.
Group Sales
227-128

ST. JOE MACH
Machine Work -
506 First St
Phone 229-
Machinist on Du
Every D

: Air Conditioning
Refrigeration-
Parts and S
DANIELS SER
Electric- Plu
S. Appliance I
AllBrar
NorrisDa
Phone 229
106 Bellamy


OIL Alcoholics Anonymous
SYSTEM Port St. Joe Serenity Group
holstery Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
s Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Residential Al-Anon
nates Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
wned St. James Episcopal Church
or 229-6447 Phone 229-8720
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C. R. SMITH & SON
uy or Sell ,.* Backhoe Dozer Root
Henderson Rake Front-end Loader'
Leader Road Building Lot Clear-
11 ,ing Septic Tanks
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Rt. 3, Box AIC
IINECO. Port St. Joe, Florida
- Welding Phone 229-6018
street 26tc3-18
-6803 --
ity All Day Psychological Services for,
)ay anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
- Heating Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
Annliance 227-1145 (24 hours)


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 WEL
229-6380 Joe
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YOUR TELEPHONE!







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Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


The Sewing Room
^^ '410A Reid Avenue No
pikT Port St. Joe, Florida OV
S"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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


REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE

1313 Long Avenue Phone 229-6374


St. Joseph Bay
1: 1 Constnmctiol
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W.S. (Biff)Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229-8795



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

7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES I

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




ST. JOE CUSTOM 4

BUILDERS





:-Commercial Building
-Residential Bulding
-Cabinet Work :



GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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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.


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


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

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

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

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

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

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


HANNON

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


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


* Mexico Beach, Fla.


406 7th Street "


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


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Port St. Joe's Piggly Wiggly Has Always Been FIRST!


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in FRIENDLINESS
in QUALITY
in VARIETY
in VALUE
in CLEANLINESS


American Colonial
Collection


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32 -I O ePlus
32 Oz. Btis. Deposit


We Are Now Open

8 A.M. 1.to P.M.
7 Days A Week for Your Shopping Convenience
Home


This week's
feature
Bread &
Butter Plate


Elegant match-
ing pieces
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this classic dinner-'
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Fresh Fryer (By the Bag) Fresh Lean (5 Lbs. or More)
b LEG QTRS. GROUND BEEF


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1 Thighs or Drumsticks ,b. 680


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Tender Lean Family Pak
CUBED STEAK
Small 3 Down Pork
SPARE RIBS
Meaty Pork
NECK BONES

FRYER BACKS
First Cut 'Family Pak"
PORK CHOPS
U.S.D.A. Choice
ROUND STEAK


U.SDA. Choice
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Fresh Sliced
BEEF LIVER ... 6 68


Old Smithfield
SLICED BACON
Old Smithfield
ROLL SAUSAGE


$188
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Power Pak 12 oz.
FRANKS or BOLOGNA 680'


10 Lb. Bucket
Pork Chitterlings ..
PICK O' THE CHICK"
4 DRUMSTICKS
4 THIGHS Qtrd.
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4 WINGS


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POTATOES ....

ORANGE JUICE


Pet Ritz
APPLE PIE
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PEACH PIE


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