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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 30, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880
SIndustry -
SFORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 5


Dee 'Water Port- Fine People-- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1982


Almost Ready





at the new Material Transfer coal transfer site
on the banks of the Gulf County Canal in
preparation to receiving the firm's first load of .'c-ns,. In he "f'i
coal around the middle of October.
According to local plant manager, Tommy
itts, the company has several barge loads of
coal scheduled to arrive "around the middle to
latter part of the month" and the barges will h
have to be unloaded when they arrive.
-Pitts says the initial load will probably
arrive before the Port St. Joe facilities are
eomplefely finished, but says the way the
contractors are moving, it appears as if they
just may be finished and gone before even the
first barge load arrives. '.' how, we will have
the coal on hand later in October for both a -
shakedownC run and because our customer,
Seminole Electric, wants td-."get started' on
building their fuel inventory", Pitts said.
The local plant was built. initially to-provide -
a mean of off-loading. oal from 'giant barges .-
and transferring it to rail cars for re-shipment to PA N &.2
Palatka, where Seminole Electiie's -new coal- |' I
fired pbwer plant is rapidly nearing completion. ..'.
"Of course, we want other customers- tbo,.but
initially, we are solely setrving'Seniinole", Pitts
said.






















Shown hi the photo above are the two glaiit Eianes~which will lift coal f'Tm
barges parked in the Gulf County Canal. The' coal will go up the conveyor chute
shown just above grounft level between the two crones. In the photo at left is'"a
walkway beside the conveyor in the left of the photblwhich carries copl from one 6f
the huge cranes to the centralconvepoir which will transfer it to a rail car or the
,.storage site. -.-Star photos

The local facility will be fed by a fleet of special made barges manufactured
specifically for supplying the local plant. The barges measure 260 by 52 by 12 feet. Each
of the barges will carry 3,100 tons of coal and will arrive in pairs of two barges to the tug
Material Transfer is presently able to handle up to six barges at a time, with two giant
3,unloaders which are designed to unload one of the barges in about two and a half hours.
The plant was designed and built in Japan and features two unique design unloaders
with a conveyor system to transfer the coal from the water's edge to a waiting train or to
a.stockpile area on the site. Erection of the machinery is being supervised by Japanese
technicians: Hirosi Maeno, an electrical engineer;,Tamaki Aoki, erection specialist;
Seuchi Xondo, final hook-up and testing specialist and overall project engineer, Tohru
tFujino.Fujino has been here since March and has become a familiar figure around Port
Pitts says initially the plant will employ about 10 to 12 people, "but we expect to
_row" he quickly added. Presently, the plant will be capable of handling about 10,000
tons of coal per day.



Offshore Drilling?


County Gives Prission


Kent Sounds Warning


Only 3 Months




Left At Landfill


Gulf County Mosquito Cor.-
trol director, Doug Kent, told
the County Commission Tues-
day night the clock was
running down on the continued
use of the south Gulf County
landfill site on Industrial
Road.
"I dug the. last pit I can dig
at this site this week and it will
last for about three months.
After that time, the only
alternative we have at this
time is to begin hauling
garbage all the way to Buck-
horn for burial". The Buck-
horn site is 32 miles north of
Port St. Joe.
Kent said negotiations are
presently in high gear to
locate an acceptable site in
this area to locate a new
landfill burial site, but thus
far, there is nothing to present


which might be acceptable to
the Department of Environ-
mental Regulation.
Commission chairman, Jim-
my Gortman then advised
Kent that be should officially
serve a warning to the City of
Port St. Joe of the situation
and tell them there is a
possibility that all garbage
will have to trucked to the
Buckhorn site in about three
months.
DER has told the county
they must quit using the
landfill site on Industrial Road
and has already forced the
closure of the burial site on
Niles Road. near Holly Hill
Cemetery. The state regula-
tory agency has set such
criteria on the operation of a
landfill area that it makes it
practically impossible for


Gulf county to operate such a
site in the south end. The only
way burial will be permitted is
for the county to perform
considerable well-point pump-
ing of the site and maintain
the pumps' operation continu-
ously to keep ground or
surface water from flowing
through the buried garbage.
The county has considered
several burial sites in the past,
but DER has turned them all
down as unsuitable. The coun-
ty even'considered a plan to
haul dirt and bury garbage on
top of the ground, but this
practice would build up a huge
mound, ruining the land, be
expensive and still -require
extensive drainage ditching
around the area.
(Continued on Page 2)


for Drilling and


Is Gulf County just before
. getting some offshore oil
drilling activity?
According to Sheila Mast,
representative for the Apala-
chee Planning Council, this'
isn't 'a thing which may
happen this month, this year,
or even this century. She says,'
officially, the state wanted
permission from Gulf County
yesterday, to allow such oper-
ations to go through the county
and a pipeline to come ashore.
to bring oil to storage depots.
"If, sometime in the future,
such exploration should be
carried out".
Suspicious by nature, the
County Commission members
Tuesday night, questioned
Mast at some length about the
probability of such explora-
tion coming here in the near
future. Mast insisted the only
Thing she knew was that the
permits were just being asked.
for as a matter of course to
have in case exploration:
should start at some time in
the future. "It is my informa-
tion the government hasn't
even sold the off-shore leases
in this area yet". .
S'Offshore oil exploration has
been conducted through the
Panhandle of Florida from the


Alabama line to Panama City,
but it:has not yet progressed
this. far 'south along the
shoreline as yet.
With the precautions Mast
was taking Tuesday, Gulf
County is more than likely
next on the offshore oil
exploration list.
,The Commission gave their.
approval of the operations
offshore should the county, in
fact, be "next on the list".
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,
the Commission:
-Received and took under
study, bids on. county medical
and loss insurance coverage.


Governor Bob Graham
this week announced the
appointment of J.D. Helms
to the Dead Lakes Water
Management District.
Helms, 70, of Kinard, is a
retired fire fighter for. the
U.S. Civil Service and a
deacon in the Cypress


Piping
-Received and awarded a
bid to Wewa Hardware Com-
pany for a backhoe and
tractor tires in the amrotunt of
S7,340.60. .,.
-Awarded a bid of $27,-
953.53 to B&B Marine in Lynn'
Haven to construct a boat
7iunloading ramp at Indian
Pass. The ramp will. be paid
for with mostly state money.
S--Agreed to call for bids to
construct a new fire station
arid community building at St.
Joe Beach. The building will
hbe 50x75 foot metal frame
building .
-Agreed to turn all applica-
S(Continued on Page 2)


Creek Baptist Church.
His term will expire in
January, 1983.
Helms makes the third
member to the Board ap-
pointed from Calhoun
county. Two members of
the 'five-man board are
from Gulf County.


DOUGLAS C. BIRMINGHAM


W. J. (Dude) FORTNER


Second Round of Voting Tuesday


- Gulf County voters will go the polls for the
second time next Tuesday, with Democrats
facing three questions on the ballot 'and
Republican voters having two decisions to make.
The big question, of whether to vote for
Republicans or Democrats, will be made on the
first Tuesday in November in the'third round of
the election process.
Democrats will be faced with the run-off
elections of a member for the County Commis-
sion and a member for the Gulf County School
Board.
Two incumbents face two challengers with
both challengers 'being newcomers to, Gulf
County politics.
For School Board, veteran Fred Greer faces


a challenge from Oscar David Redd Redd and
Greer were the survivors of a three man, contest
in the first round of the primaries.
Democrats will also choose between incum-
bent Douglas C. Birmingham, completing his
first term on the Board, and newcomer W. J.
(Dude) Fortner.
Both districts up for election next Tuesday
are from the Wewahitchka area, but are voted on
county-wide.
Republicans will only be faced with the
, choice of who will represent their party. in the
Congressional race against the incumbent
Democrat, Lawton Chiles. The Republicans will
choose between David H. Bludworth and Van B.
Poole.


STRAW BALLOT
All voters will be asked to express
themselves in a straw ballot to ascertain their
feeling towards permitting or outlawing me-
chanical scallop drags to be. operated in St.
Joseph Bay. The County Commission had
originally planned a public hearing to feel the
pulse of the public about this matter, but have-
since decided to use the straw ballot as a vehicle
of feeling out the public in this matter.
POLLING PLACES AND HOURS
All polls in the county will be open from 7 a.m.,
to 7 p.m., local time, with polling.places the same
as in the first primary.
A complete sample ballot for Tuesday's
election may be found on page 14 of this week's
issue of The Star.


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Editorials and Opinion


THE STAR


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THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1982


PAGE TWO


4. Your Vo



Matter

The tendency next Tuesday is
going to be for those who do not
particularly keep up with what is
happening in their county good or
bad to stay at home.
The thought will be, why go
down and vote, it won't make all that
much difference who is elected.
That's an attitude which could
very easily get out country and our
t" _county and its governmental agen-
"cies into trouble.
With only two local offices on the
"s. ballot, it's a strong temptation to
stay at home and forget to vote. Only
.--.two offices seem to be hardly worth
he trouble, you might think. Only
two elected officers could hardly
-make much difference in our county,
Sas large as it is. After all, there are
tour more people on both those
.. boards which will keep the thing
running right.
This attitude is exactly why 46
percent of our registered voters
i stayed at home in the first primary.
.. It may be why the particular people
who will be voted on Tuesday are on
the ballot at all. It may be why there
is even a second primary. If more
people had voted in the first
;. primary, the election might have
-been decided then and there.



Couldn't L

t IV 1 We're glad the in-fighting has
finally been ended on the question of
whether or not our public servants
:-filled -out applications properly to
Receive state sales tax money.
The sad and distasteful part of.
the 'whole matter is that public
i.servants were being ridiculed and
described as not doing their job
i 'r-perly by other public servants.
What. causes all this,- strife
ra binong the people who are elected to
tend to our public business? We
-"'-don't buy the fact that they were
f hired by us at the polls to police the
^!; 'bther public' servants. The voters.
.-' ^an do that job without any further
-help.
Let us all realize that there was
just absolutely no way Gulf County
or Wewahitchka could have lost that
half cent sales tax money; absolute-
ly no way. Even if 'the persons
.-,responsible had used the back of an
old paper grocery sack, filled it out
S-with a hard lead pencil and spelled
-every word wrong, we believe our
local governments would still get
:, that sales tax money.
Why?
Passing an additional tax was
.unpopular in the beginning. The only
"way the tax was passed was to make
a promise to share it with local




A Fast Line

FRENCHIE AND I had tentatively Fr
made plans about two months ago to try an
and take a week end trip to the World's on
Fair this month, but that trip became
shortened to a Saturday trip to Helen, sU
P.; :Georgia, up where Georgia joins the
Smokey Mountains. We took this trip
."" two weeks ago, after a flyer came
,','. through the mail advertising Helen's
annual Oktoberfest, which began on
'. September 10. We went just before the
Q Oktoberfest rolled over into October,
When it is over in Helen.
.,, ": 'Pdon't understand an Oktoberfest
Sin September, but then, there were
other things about Helen 1 didn't
understand.
FOR INSTANCE, I don't under- co
stand where the people who live in at
S' Helen buy their groceries or their thi
hardware, or their britches or under- Sn
wear. ho
S Helen is a quaint village, built to mi
look like a village in the Swiss Alps. It is do
: not much larger than Wewahitchka, but co
S the day we were there, there must have th
been at least 75,000 people milling about sci
'.on the streets. thi
.. Frenchie and I went to Atlanta is


te DOES



Tuesday

For the candidates, it has been
the end of an exhaustive campaign
in the heat of late summer and the
anticipation of over two months
since they first plunked down their
qualification fees and decided to ask
you for the opportunity to make your
public decisions for you.
In effect, the people you elect
next Tuesday will be voting your-
proxy for you when our county,
governments make the decision as"
to how to spend the more than $2
million in local tax money which will
be collected this year for the purpose
of providing you and your family,
with public services.
These people will be casting
your vote when they decide whether
or not to support a clean bay, a
paved road, stricter or more liberal
laws which will govern your actions,
or protect your property.. They will
be the people who will decide what
faces your child in the school
system.
Voting on Tuesday is an impor-


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p A MAN'S WORLD

Smokin, Drinkin'

and Messin' Around
L*' BY SHAD PHANTRY.


S Several years ago a friend
and I were discussing some of
the hardships we all encounter
on the road through life.
During our conversation he
made a statement that left an
indelible imprint on my mind.
We were talking about how
hard it was to stop smoking.'
We both .had tried several
times but, had, to that date,
never managed to kick the
habit. The main reason was
that we would stop for a
prolonged time, but would
then, at one time or another,
have a few drinks, and resist-
ance 'lowered by alcohol,
would start smoking again.
We 'had 'related several
incidents when he made the
classic proclamation; "Show
me a man that doesn't drink,
smoke or run around with
women and I'll show you a


'Garbage
(Continued from Page 1)


tant task we need to address This latter plan was finally
s we nee to a d rejected as entirely too expen-
ourselves to, even if there is "Only siae.
two little offices on the ballot and The Commission is present-
they probably don't matter all that ly looking at several areas,
much". but according to Kent's warn-
They DO matter all that much. ing Tuesday, they must get in
a hurry now.
SOME GOOD NEWS
The garbage burial picture
Mey wasn't all bad.
ose O eAfter getting a warning
from DER that they must,
police the Buckhorn site to
government. This gained the bill keep individuals dumping
almost universal support '(although their private garbage from
we didn't support, it because it was strewing the debris all over
just another taxi. 'Withholding the the area, the county worked
ujust another tax). p a plan of policing the area.
revenue from any small city or at heavy use times.
county because- of a technicality This was acceptable to DER
would have set off the biggest as a trial operation to see if it
backlash against the tax increase would work.
yDirector Kent came up with
you have ever seen. We believe we an idea Tuesday night to'
would have received the money, at provide one of the loading
least ,this first yea'iOf-the programm. ramp 'and trailer collectors at
regardless of what hapedneld.-. the entrance to the Buckhorin
With it being the first year, and site for private dumping.
h e s is 'i"This system has worked real
knowing how the Legislature is well'in the other areas we
prone to' be coqpplex with its have them. The sites are clean
requirements, it would be no wonder and the people utilize 'the
if some applications weren't made ramps and trailers for their
exactly right. trash dumping. We just have
Snt to come in and haul. off the
Gulf County made out their loaded trailer".
application exactly as instructed by Kent wag authorized by the
the state people. The state people Board to give the plan a trial
were confused themselves, which is at Buckhorn.
what caused the controversy in Gulf
County in the first place.:
But, wouldn't it have been much
better and more civil. to quietly (Continued from Page 1)
approach the officers responsible for tons for employment of a Vet-
filing the 'application' and say, erans Service Officer over to
,"Look, according to our informa- the Florida Employment Ser-
tion, you aren't doing this right. We vice for grading as to qualifi-
had better look into this and make cations and ranking as to
sure we are doing it right." : eligibility to serve in this
That would have been far more capacity. The frounm thill
mnmakeitsa choice from fthe


acceptable.


man I don't trust. A man like
that is up to no good," he
concluded!
I gave that statement some
serious thought and reasoned
that he was using. his philoso-
phy as a crutch; an unfounded
statement that he could use as
an excuse to continue smok-,
ing. It sounded pretty good
and had some semblance of
sense to it so I adopted it and


used it, too. .
It worked wonderfully well.
As a matter of fact, I had
myself convinced that I must
do one of the three; at least
one and maybe two. I opted to
leave off the "running
around" since I was married.
I plodded along for 'about
five years until one day I
realized that I was going to
have to forego one, if not both,


of my worldly pleasures. The
cigarettes were fast killing me
and the alcohol was only
adding fuel to an already
flaming fire.
After some serious thought
and consultation with myself I
decided, once and for all, that
I would not only stop smoking,
but would stop drinking, too.
The creed I had adopted was
obviously not working and I
reckoned that given ten' years
I would be dead or, at best,
seriously disabled from a
heart attack, stroke or maybe,
both..SoI quit!
I did not drink or smoke for
two years. I still haven't done
either. Life had never-seemed.
better and I can't remember
when I felt so well.
Two months ago I was


Golden Yellow Butterflies Are Making Their


rushed to the hospital for what'
was an apparent heart attack.
After a week of intensive
testing conducted by six doc-
tors, it was determined that
there was nothing physically
wrong with me. I was happily.
dismayed! I
The last morning I was in
the hospital I was walking by'
the nurses' station when I
noticed two of my doctors
standing in a doorway talking.
I walked by unnoticed and
overheard the GP telling the
cardiologist: "I don't have
any idea what's wrong with
Shad, but I know this, he
doesn't drink, smoke or run
around and he's not going to
get out of here until- his bill is
paid in full!!!"
I wonder... '


Annual Invasion


Employment Service findings.


Will Mine More God Than A Pick, A Shovel, or A Pan


riday evening and brother Edward
d his wife Jessie Ruth chauffeured us
up to Helen and served as our guides.
My introduction to Helen set the
ige for everything which was to


the entire length of the main street of
Helen. The walk bridge lets you cross
and enjoy the scenery with ease.
AS WE CAME into Helen, Edward
whipped the car into a dirt lane which


$18.00 on half price, but I passed up the
bargain. ,
; The store had small wicker bask-
ets which might hold two pats of butter.
.They were genuine imitation authentic


ETAOINSHRDL U

By: Wesley R. Ramsey


ome, except the scenery and the
mosphere, which made the trip worth
e trouble. Set in the foothills of the
nokeys, Helen is astride the Chatta-
ochee River where it is not much
ore than a mountain brook, cascading
wn the rocks, clear as crystal and
ol to the brow. The stream runs right
rough the middle of town, with a
enic walk bridge crossing it beside
e highway bridge. The driving bridge
stuffed with cars trying to move as is


led to a Swiss chalet kind of building,
sitting right on the rock bank of the
Chattahoochee River. The chalet was
the "Bread House". Just to give it the
reason for its name, there were a few
loaves of what had the appearance of
homemade bread sitting out on a shelf
for, sale onh the inside. Their main stock
in trade was trinkets, jellies, jams,
candies, nuts, jars, bottles, etc. We
could have purchased an ancient-ap-
pearing Tom's Peanut jar for only:.


woven baskets with the legend "Made
In Taiwan" stamped plainly on the
bottom.
The bargain of the day in this shop
was a stick for only $5.00,
That's right. a genuine stick,
which had its bark peeled off, for only
$5.00. Or, you could be a sport and
purchase a stick which had a natural
crook, knob or knurl on it for only $10.00
to $15.00, depending on how unusual the
natural crook was.


I'M ASHAMED TO say this, but
we stood in a line nearly a block long,
four abreast; to go into a store which
sold nothing but Christmas decorations
- in hot September.
The little store which we didn't
know was.a store until we got inside -
was about 12 feet wide and 45 feet deep.
It had two levels and both levels were so
filled with Christmas decorations at a
price which Would discourage any
Santa, that you couldn't see the walls,
windows or ceiling. It was jammed!
They would allow only so many people
in at a time, hence, the line out front.
WE BOUGHT A mountain "Funnel
Cake" to see what it was. We passed
this shop which sold cold drinks, hot
pretzels and "unique mountain funnel
cakes".
I had eaten a pretzel before and
didn't care for that at this time. I DID
want, the Pepsi because I was thirsty.
The "Funnel cake" I had never heard
of before, but I was willing to try.
It was a doughnut with a pretzel
kind' of shape, dunked in powdered
sugar and cinnamon.
But, now I know what a "funnel


cake" is.
IT MAY READ AS IF I didn't enjoy
myself in Helen because it was strictly
a commercial place.
That's wvrong, I did enjoy it and had
an immensely satisfying day. Every
place these days has to have something
going to keep going.
While we were on the outing, we
went to Dahlonega that evening and
had supper at the famous Smith House,
which is a family style restaurant,,
where the food is both good and
plentiful.
Dahlonega as you know is famous
as the place where tourists go to pan for
gold. They do it too, in Dahlonega, right
on main street. The people there sell
you a bucket full of sand out of the gold
mine and provide you with a trough and
running water right on main street for
you to pan your sand. No need to rough
it to the gold mine.
I would gather that Dahlonega is
making more "gold" out of their mine
now than they were back in the days
when it was operating in its heyday,
feeding the Dahlonega mint.


S: THE
Published Every Thursday at 301
By The Star
Secosnd-ClaPost" eP
Wesley R. Ramsey ...
i4 WSptf." Willlian H. Ramsey
Frenchle L Ramsey...
Shirley K. Ramsey ....
A'MI


mean water line.


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


Sept. 30
Oct. 1
Oct. 2
Oct. 3
Oct. 4
Oct. 5
Oct. 6
Oct. 7


High Ht. Low Ht.
1035 1.5 1957 .6
1131 1.4 1952 .8
120 1.0 424 .9f
1258 1.3 1931 .9
49 1.1 712 .8
1500 1.2 1806 1.0
45 1.3 909 .6
108 1.5 1035 .5
142 1.7 .1151 ;3
222 1.9 1307 .1


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Gulf County Sherif's
Department Active:


Stolen Car Is


Recovered Here
A routine check of a suspicious and weaving vehicle by
Gulf County Sheriff's Deputy, Arnold Tolliver, Monday
morning resulted in recovery of a stolen car, according to the
office of Sheriff Ken Murphy.
Tolliver saw the car weaving and crossing the center line
at about 2 a.m., and stopped the vehicle to check a driver's
license and wake up' the driver if he was drowsing at the
wheel. When the driver was unable to produce a valid license,
Tolliver ran a routine check on the vehicle and found it had
been stolen from Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Tolliver then arrested William H. Hilton for driving while
intoxicated and no -valid drivers license. He also arrested
Stephen R. Aiken, Joseph C. Vallery and Michael J.
Kennedy, passengers in the vehicle and charged them with
theft of the auto.
Investigation by Tolliver and investigator Charlie Hill
uncovered a scam that the four "defendants had used in
several discount stores from Tennessee to Florida. Three of
the defendants would allegedly shoplift some articles from
the stores and the fourth defendant would return the items to
the store and seek a refund with the story that his wife had
lost the sales ticket. Grand theft charges will be filed in
Escambia County for this operation.
In the meantime, the quartet are using their talents to try
and con the Gulf County jail cook out of an extra ,helping of
scrambled eggs in the morning.



Sheff's Assault H
Sheriff's deputies persuaded a David Mims, age 40, of
Howard's Creek to lay down his shotgun and come along
peacefully after threatening to kill anyone who came into a
Howard Creek bar last Saturday morning.
According to Sheriff Ken Murphy, Deputy Frankie Mills
was approached at his home at about 10:30 Saturday morning,
by a lady who said her husband was at the bar in Howard
Creek making the threats.
Mills called on Deputy James Mock and the two went to
the bar and went inside carefully.
Mills allegedly took cover behind the bar with a shotgun.
After several anxious minutes, the officers succeeded in
talking hiiim into laying down his weapon and was then
transported to Gulf County Jail.
Mills has been charged with aggravated assault iith a
firearm. He was given first appearance before Judge David
Taunton, where his bond was set at $1,000.


Burglarize Auto

Three Alabama men have been apprehended and
arrested by the Gulf County Sheriff's Department for
burglary of a conveyance; an automobile at Lynch's Auto
Shop at Highland View.
Arrested last Wednesday, were Donald Baker, age 18;
Danny A. Stokes, age 24 and Stephen J. Hunter, age 19, all of
Kelleyton, Alabama. They are charged with taking a
radiator and a water pumpifrom a vehicle ,parked at the
Lynch shop oi Ttesday r f ks eek.
After the theft, the trio approached Lynch and asked for
a radiator to fit their car. Lynch became suspicious and
reported the incident. Lt. Jack Davilla of the Sheriff's
Department, talked with the subjects and ran a check on
them. Later a confidential informer reported he had seen
three subjects leaving the auto repair yard in the early
morning hours. Lt. Davila located the subjects and found the
stolen water pump on the subject's car. The three were
arrested and made first appearance before Judge David
Taunton. Bond was set at $2,000 each.


Marijuana Case

John Roger Grice, age 21, Wewahitchka, was arrested by
Sheriff's Deputies on Thursday of last week and charged with
possession of marijuana.
'The arrest occurred when Deputy Marty Martin received
information there were some individuals smoking marijuana
on Red Bud Street in Red Bull Island. Deputy Bobby Bagby
was dispatched and arrested the defendant.
Grice was booked in the Gulf County Jail and released on
a $300 bond.


Mixon Sentenced
J. Halcutt Mixon, a former auditor with Apalachicola
Northern Railroad, was sentenced in Gulf County Circuit
Court recently after being convicted in the August term of
court with embezzlement of funds from the railroad.
Mixon was sentenced to a year in the state penitentiary
at Raiford and four years of probation and ordered to make
restitution to the railroad of $25,000.
Currently, Mixon is lodged in the Gulf County Jail
awaiting transfer to Raiford.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT: 30, 1982


OBITUARIES:


Mass for Dorothy
McCormick
Mrs. Dorothy L. McCor-
mick, 72, passed away Tues-
day in a Panama City hospital
following a brief illness. She
was a native and lifelong resi-
dent of New York, and had liv-
ed in St. Joe Beach for the past
18 months. She was a member
of the St. Joseph's Catholic
Church.
Survivors include: tier hus-
band, Fred L. McCormick, St.
Joe Beach; one son, Robert J.
McCormick, Newport Beach,
Calif.; a daughter, Dorothy H.
Miller of Panama City Beach;
eight grandchildren, four
great grandchildren; two
sisters, Gertrude, Pulver-
miller, Kingston, New York
and Pauline Betz, Yonkers,
New York.
A rosary was said at the
Comforter Funeral Home
Chapel at 6:30 p.m. Wednes-
day. Requiem mass will be at
11:00 a.m. EDT Thursday at
the St. Joseph's Catholic
Church, conducted by Father
Paul Stewart. Interment will
follow in the family plot, Holly
Hill Cemetery.
All services are under the
direction of Comforter
Funeral Home.

Service for

Willie Murphy
A memorial service for the
late Mrs. Willie Mae Murphy,
who died September 27, will be
held this Saturday, October 2,
at 2:30 p.m. at New Bethel
A.M.E. Church, Port St. Joe.
Rev. J. W. Williams will be of-
ficiating. at the service.
Mrs. Murphy died Sept. 27 in
Hobe Sound.

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public that they will again be
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check service from 10 A.M. to
1 P.M., EST, on Monday,
October 4th, at Florida Na-
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Everyone ig'encouraged to
take advantage of this free
service.


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'THE STAR, Port St. Joe;.Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1982 C control
Weight Contro Meeting
I- _ ; 0i ''*C


! 3tate ufjtcers inspect


Local Eastern Star Chapter


. The official Inspection of
..ulf 191, Order of the Eastern
: Star, was held Sept. 21 at the.
Masonic Hall on Reid Avenue.
Inspecting officer was Sister
Ina Frontz, Associate Grand
Conductress of the Grand
Chapter of Fla., from Lees-
burg. Traveling with Sister
Ina, was Irene Huffman, Past
Grand Ruth.
The evening began with a
delicious banquet hosted by
Worthy Matron Nell F. Neel
and Worthy Patrol Hershell
Neel, and officers and mem-
bers of Gulf 191. The menu
was ham, oysters, meat loaf;
shrimp salad, vegetables, sal-
.ads and assorted desserts. A
.beautiful cake made by Gayle
Tatum (Adah) and decorated
,: with blue flowers and white
'doves was enjoyed by all. The
S banquet tables were covered
I with white lacey tablecloths
'on which pink and blue
candles stood. The head tables
:-leld blue flower arrange-,
:menits made by Hazel Sims
(Marshal), two silver candla-
bras with blue candles and
-ceramic doves made by Mar-:
jorie Horton (Treasurer)."
Other honored guests of the
S evening were-Lucille Taunton,
Past Grand Matron of Free-
port; Pasco Lewis, Past
Grand Patron of Pensacola,
and his wife, Margaret,
P.G.O.; Mary Ellen Sealey,
Past Grand Adah of Green
Cove Springs; Bernice Hur-
liss, Past Grand Adah :of
Panama City; Mary Jane
Trawick, Past Grand Esther,
of Port St. Joe; Marian.
Walsingham, Grand Repre-
sentative of Miracle Chapter,,
SPC.B.; Kathy Tucker, Grand
Instructor, Dist. 5 of Apalachi-


cola; Joe Pippin, Masonic
Home Committee; Carolyn
Walker, District Chairman of
Aphasia. !.Fund of Panama
City. ;
After the meeting, a recep-
tion was held with punch and
delicious desserts served. Sist-
er Ina was presented with a
beautiful hand-embroidered
picture of "Christ in Geth-
semane"-made by the Worthy
Matron..
Totar-giiest registration was
70.
. A Dutch Treat breakfast
was held at Pauline's Res-
taurant the next morning -in
honor of Sister Ina. Also
attending were Pasco Lewis,


P.G.P.., and his wife, Mar-
garet Lewis, Past Grand
Organist, and officers of Gulf
191.
At 1 p.m. EST, a Dutch
Treat luncheon was held in
honor of Sister Ina at Wesern
Steer Steakhouse in Panama
City, hosted by Gulf 191.
Special guests were Mary
Ellen Sealey, P.G.A.; Bernice
Hurliss, P.G.A.; Irene Huff-
man, P.G.R.; Mary Jane
*Trawick, P.G.E.; Marion Wal-
singham, Grand Rep.; Vernil-
le Strickland, Worthy Matron;
from Parker; and many other
officers and members of the
surrounding area.


Fabulous FiVe On Tap

for First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church will Sunday.
begin "5' fabulous Sundays in
Sunday School October 3. ThisCon ti
venture is designed to inm-
crease attendance in Sunday A
School f6r "5" consecutive:, .
weeks. The attendance goals e. .
will be based on the Southern
Baptist Convention's Bold Success
Mission Thrust of 8.5 by '85 in
Sunday School- that is 8.5 Constitution Week, Septem-
million persons enrolled in ber 17-23, was observed in the
SBC Sunday Schools' by 1985. Port St. Joe area following
Firsf Baptist will increase 8.5 Mayor Frank Pate's procla-
percent per week for 5 weeks. motion published in The Star
Everyone is invited to be a and announced over WJOE.
part. of this event 'First Posters were displayed in
Baptist offers a Sunday School the Gulf County Courthouse,
class for every age:group: The Poirt St. Joe Post Office, Port
committed trained faculty is St.jJoe High School, Florida
prepared to provide the finest First National Bank at Port
Christian training to'be found St.! Joe, Wewahitchka State
anywhere for the total family. Bahk, and the Corrinie Costin
Enroll in Sunday School this Gibson Memorial Library.
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announcements in their bul-
letins. Spot announcements
about the Constitution were
made each morning at Port St.
Joe High School, and over
WJOE at various times.
The National Society
Daughters of the American
Revolution sponsors the obser-
vance of Constitution Week
each year through its over
3000 chapters in the nation.
Mrs. Herman .Dean, Chair-
-mian .of'Constitut ioni'Week for
the local DAR chapter, St.
Joseph Bay, thanks Mayor
Frank Pate, The Star, WJOE,
Port St. Joe High School, the
banks, post office, courthouse,
and library personnel, all who
flew the Flag of the United
States of American and-studi-
ed the Constitution for helping
observe the 195th Anniversary
of the drafting of this supreme
law of our nation.


Edwin R. Ailes, Executive
Director of the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic,. Inc. has
announced that the Clinic's
next Weight Control Program
has been scheduled for Thurs_.
day, October 21. The time for
the program will be from 5:30
p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Eastern
time. These sessions will be.
held every Thursday at this
time.
The purposes of the Clinic's
Weight Control Program's are
to assist individuals in the
behavioral and psychological
aspects of weight loss and
weight management. Accord-
ing to Mr. Ailes, other Weight
Control groups have been
available at the Clinic and


have met with considerable
success for the participants.
Fees for the program are
competitive with other similar
weight loss programs. Anyone


Band Calendars


interested in this or other
Clinic weight control pro-
grams must contact Mr. Ailes
at the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic by calling 227-1145.


Retired Teachers


Are On Sale Now Meeting Tuesday


The Port St. Joe Band
Boosters are currently selling
the Community Birthday Ca-
'lendars, now through Oct. 1.
If you have not been contact-
'ed and would like a calendar,
please contact: Barbara
Creel, 648-8928; Bunny Miller,
228-8819; or Ruth Lucas, 227-
1442


The Retired Teachers of
Gulf County have announced
that they will have their Oc-
tober meeting at the home of-
Mrs. John Blount, 1111 Palm
Boulevard, Port St. Joe.

The meeting will be Tues-
day, October 5, at 3:00 p.m.


Jennifer Lynn Williams


JenniferHas
Fi'rstBirthday
Miss Jennifer Lyrm Willi-
ams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Williams of Trenton,
celebrated her first birthday
Saturday, September 18th,
with a party given by her
parents.,
Those sharing in Jennifer's
happy occasion were: her
brother, John; her grandpa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Lynn, and son Jay, of Port St.
Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.. W. J.
Williams of. Trenton; Mrs.
Lisa Johrison and daughter,
Ashley, Ms. Pat Williams and
daughter, Gail, and Mrs. Lera
Sasser, all of. Trenton; Mrs.
Pat Woods 'of Perry; and
Rhonda Savage of Gainesville.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Rev. Marvin and Natalia
Adkins are the proud parents
of a 7 lb. 3 oz. baby girl, Bonita
Lynn. She was born Sept. 20th
in a Dallas, Texas hospital.
Rev: Adkins is attending Bible
College and pastoring a
church.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas J. Adkins of Port
S.t. Joe.


Arts and Crafts

Show In Quincy
There will be an Arts and
Crafts Show and Sale on
Saturday, November 13th in
Quincy at the National Guard
Armory on No. Graves St.,
from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Anyone interested in having
an 8 x 10' booth at $10.00 per
booth should call or write the
Quincy Recreation' Depart-
ment, 627-7685 from 9:00-5:00
p.m., Monday through Friday,
or write P.O. Box 941 for more
information.
No flea market items,
please.


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Aerobics Classes

Are Underway


Aerobics, that exhilerating,
body-movin' and shakin', fun-
filled form of exercise, goes on
in Port St. Joe. Classes take
place Tuesday and Thursday
evenings at 7 p.m: in the
Centennial Building.
Sherry Bowen has replaced
Cindy Belin as leader of the
Aerobics class. She has de-


vised new and different rou-
tines to today's hot music with
a beat, to help Port St. Joe's
women shape up for the
holidays ahead.
If your summer was one of
over-indulgence, come work it
off at Aerobics class Tuesday
and Thursday evenings. Swing
and stretch with Sherry.


Brother Dennis and the "Good News Gang"


Crusade for Children
yhtl *en


"Brother Dennis and the
Good News Gang", Children's
Evangelists, will be coming to,
the First Pentecostal Holiness
Church located at the corner
of 20th St. and Garrison,
beginning October 3 through
7th. Service times will be 7:00
p.m., Monday through Thurs-


day night.
Brother Dennis Williams
"and his wife, Saundra, use a
variety of means irn working
with children including ven-
triloquism, over 20 puppets,
*balloon sculpturing, gospel
tricks, Bible Scramble, black-
light flannelgraph and the


highlight of the week, "The
King arid Queen Crowning".
Pastor Ernest A. Barr in-
vites the entire community to
come out to this fun-filled and
inspiring crusade with "Bro-
ther Dennis and the Good
News Gang".


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Gulf Buses Transport


1,400 Students Each Day


"Panhandle Nine "Assemble


Area sheriffs, known as the "Panhandle Nine", met in
Port St. Joe last Wednesday to discuss problems in common
and discuss solutions for the problems. Last Wednesday, the
sheriffs discussed the recent marijuana farm spraying.with
paraquat in Walton County and howreach county in the area
h,. had'been affected by the fardi's-existence- and the."effects
". fom:lthle spray operation on the mrijuania'addet.Sho
above at the meeting, held in the director's meeting room of

Library Advisory Board Plans


the Florida National Bank, are, clockwise, Sheriff
McMillan, Walton County, investigator John W. McD
Walton County; Investigator Charlie Hill, Gulf 'C
Sheriff Ken Murphy, Gulf County; Sheriff Harold F
Liberty County; Sheriff Fred Peel, .Washington 'C
Sheriff Levell Pitts, Bay County and Sheriff Laroy G
bOklloosa County. There are'13'member sheriffs of the -
'. ,. ,+ .., .. -,, ..-. Sta r


Superintendent B. Walter
Wilder of the Gulf County
School District announced this
week that the week of October
3-9 is School Bus Safety Week
in Florida. "Governor Gra-
ham has signed a proclama-
tion and called on the citizens
of the state to exercise cons-
tant courtesy and caution
when near school buses," said
Wilder.
"In Florida, we have over
7,000 school buses. They trans-
port more than 700,000 stu-
dents to and from school each
school day and travel nearly
122 million miles a year," add-
ed Wilder. He went on to say
that the Gulf County School
District uses 21 school buses to
transport 1,400 students a day.
These buses travel over
289,700 miles each year. "Dur-
ing School Bus Safety Week,"
added Wilder, "we want to in-
Quinn form the citizens of our
aniell, district about our pupil
aunty; transportation program. We
tevell, are also asking for their
county; cooperation in helping us to
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maintain or even improve our
safety record. Our Gulf Coun-
ty school bus drivers are doing
a great job, but they need the
cooperation of other motor-
ists."
One of the most common
driver complaints, according
to Superintendent Wilder, is
that other motorists frequent-
ly violate the school bus stop
law. "Motorists are required
to stop for stopped school
buses that are displaying
flashing red lights and a stop

Fish Dinners

On Sale Friday
The Highland View Church
of God Will be serving Fish
Dinner plates on Friday,
October I from 11 til 1 o'clock.
The plate will consist of fish.,
baked beans, cole slaw, hush
puppies and tea.
To place orders call 229-
6235. The cost is $3.00 per
plate.
.


Rebekahs Entertain


arm," said Wilder. "Some-
times the drivers are not fully
alert and pass a stopped
school bus. This is a very
dangerous situation for the
children, especially the
younger ones who may not be
watching traffic as closely as
they should."


Boosters

To Meet


The Port St. Joe Band
Boosters will hold their regu-
lar monthly meeting Monday,
October 4th at 7:30 in the High
School Band Room. All pa-
rents of band students are
urged to attend this meeting
and support the band.
For more information, call
Perry McFarland at 229-6153,
or Carl O'Barr at 229-6773.


Lunch Program for

Children at Center


The Ebonyettes, Inc. of Port
St. Joe announce the sponsor-
ship of the Child Care Food
Program, at the Gulf Co. Child
Development & Learning
Center. Meals are provided at
the Center to enrolled children
between the ages of three and
five, without regard to race,
creed, color, sex or national
origin, and there is no dis-
crimination in the course of
the food service.
Children are selected for'the
program according to the
. following Income Eligibility
pifideliies. for Freg and
i .


Reduced-price Meals:


Family Free Meal
Size Eligibility


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
For each


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8,090
10,090
12,090
14,090
16,090
18,100
20,100


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member add 2,000


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Price
Meal
Euig.
$ 8,660
11,510
14,360
17,210
20,050
22,900
25,750
28,600

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State President Recently


Book Sale Saturda y, Oct. 16


The Gulf County Library Advisory Board is having a
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HIGHLAND VIEW

METHODIST CHURCH
Corner 4th & Parker Ave.
Invites You to Worship Services
SRev. PauliGhiffin, Pagtr .
SUNDAY SCHOOL 1000 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP .... .1100 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ... 6:00 P M.
WEDNESDAY 7 30 Prayer Meetings
Nursery Provided


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
UNDAY'SCHOOL .. .... 9:45A.M.
IORSHIP SERVICE .... .. 11 00 A.M. & 7.30 P.M.
HURCH TRAINING (Sunday) .... .... 6:30PM.
ID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .. .. 7.30 P.M.
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book sale, Saturday, October
16 in the parking area of the
Wewahitchka Branch Bank in
Port St. Joe from 9 a.m. until 1
p.m. The proceeds from the
sale will be used to buy new
books and to process donated
books that are suitable for
library use.
* Books are needed for the
sale: hard-bound, soft-bound,


HOW TO


paperbacks, and magazines.
You may drop books off at the
libraries in Wewahitchka, and
Port St. Joe, or at these
financial institutions: Wewa-
hitchka'State Bank in either
city; Florida First National
Bank; Citizen's Federial Sav-
ings and Loan; or St. Joe
Papermakers Federal Credit
Union..


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PANTRY HANDY INGREDIENTS
YIELD TWO CREATIVE SOUPS


Italian Vegetable Soup is the result of on-hand ingredients.


Being a good cook more
often than not means being
creative with what's on
hand Foi example, a can of
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ITALiAN VEGETABLE
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1/4 lb. mild Italian sausage,
cut in 1/2" pieces
1 can (19 oz.) Campbell's
Chunky Vegetable Soup


In saucepan. cook sausage
until done; pour' off fat.
Add soup. Heat;' stir occa-
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1/2 c. sliced onion
1/2 tsp. chili powder
1 tbsp. butter
1 can 119 oz.l Campbell's
ChunkN Split Pea with
Ham Soup
I can (15 1/2 oz.) kidne.
beans, undrained
In saucepan, cook onion
with chili powder in butter
until tender. Add soup and
beans. Heat; stir occasional.
ly.. Makes about 4 cups,
2-3 servings.


Melody Rebekah Lodge No.
22 was honored to have
President of Rebekah As-
sembly Lois Anderson, along
with her Page Juanita Kerr, to
make her visit here on Sept.
13th. Also attending were the
officers of the State: Warder
Jessie Hilton of Panama City;
Out-side Guardian Marie
Wynn'of Port St. Joe; Assist-
ant Out-Side Guardian Doro-
thy Srmith from Panama City;
and D.D.P. Louise Stalling of


District No. 2.
The Noble Grand Mary Lee
Pitts greeted each officer to
the Lodge Room at 6:30. A
Covered Dish Supper was-held
in the Hall, with the tables
decorated in colors of pink and
white. A lovely evening was
enjoyed by all. Panama No. 15
and Friendship No. 25 also
attended.
A Luncheon was held at,
Motel St. Joe, hosted by Faye
Gardner.


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VOTE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5

DURING THE PAST three weeks, I have knocked on
almost every door in Port St. Joe. A great advantage in having
visited you is that I am able to learn so much from you about
your individual cares and concerns.
OFTEN, ELECTED BOARDS hear only from those strident
voices that represent special views and special interests. I
have always felt a larger obligation to give my attention to the
wants and needs of the silent majority, those who share my
hopes and plans for a more prosperous Gulf County.
MY EXPERIENCE provides you a candidate with a proven
track record. I would invite everyone interested in the facts to
examine the minutes of the County Commission, to judge for
themselves my stand on various issues.
ALSO, I HOPE that.ydu will want to support me because I
have been both a good parent and neighbor. If you do not know
me all that well, please ask anyone who does! Voters should
be able to compare the backgrounds of all candidates.
FINALLY, I WANT to urge everyone to vote his or her con-
victions Tuesday, October 5. Our American system works best
when there is full citizen participation. Your choice will be my
choice, and I place my trust in the judgement of the voters of
Gulf County.


Vote For and Re-Elect




Douglas Birmingham


County Commissioner Dist. 2
IPd. Pol Adv., Pald fr by Denlas ih dhagl


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Tapper Invitational On



Tap for This Weekend


who shot a 221 over the 36 hole
tournament. Miller also, had
his name engraved' on the
permanent trophy which stays
in the clubhouse at the Coun-
try Club with all the winners of
past Tapper tournaments.
While golfers have been
jockeying for position all week;
long, the big event will get
underway in earnest Friday
afternoon, when Tapper and
his wife will host a reception
and cocktail party on the lawn
of their home on Constitution
Drive beginning at 5:00 p.m.,
for those taking part in the


SIN WASHINGTON *

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The Presideni's Crime Package
On September 13th, the he was shooting a tree, for ex-
President sent Congress his ample, rather than a human
criminal justice reform being'.
package which, among other The second proposal under
things, would revamp the ii- the President's crime package
sanity defense used in federal would ease the use of illegally
trials. As you will recall, this obtained evidence in trials.
was the' defense successfully This provision would alter the
utilized by lawyers represent- b'exclusionary ule" which
ing Johtl W. Hinckley; Jr., bars the use of illegally obtain-
who attempted to assassinate ed evidence. Many cases
President Reagan in March of relating to the sale and posses-
'1981, sion of drugs have been
Under the President's in- thrown out of court'because
itlative, the insanity defense law enforcement officers may'
would onl% be available to a have stumbled upon this
person who, because of.men- evidence while searching for
tal disease or defect, did' not something else, such as stolen
know what he was doing. Ac- goods.
co6rdifi'fto Congressional The third provision of the
Quarterly, the rule would ap- President's package would
ply to someone who thought significantly restrict the right
Ir. 'of criminal defendants to get
federal court review of their
state convictions. According
'.t .o' Congressional Quarterly,
President Reagan's proposal
would bar federal review if a
claim was not raised in the
state trial court. Any petition
for federal review would have
to be filed within one year.
after staie ap-peals were com-
pleted, and federal courts
would have to defer to state
court determinations on issues
that had been fully and fairly
considered in the state court.
Meanwhile, the Senate has
passed legislation which will
assist .the victim of a crime,
who is frequently forgotten by
our criminal justice system.
For the first time, this legisla-
tion would .permit courts to
order defendants to make
restitution to victims or their
estates in federal crimes in-
volving death;,injury or loss of
S property.
It is reassuring to see Con-
gress move.away from legisla-
Stion which protects' the
Alsost 951 7 criminal at great lengths while
6S-13 91 ignoring the rights of the law-
' B-95C 21 6 abiding citizen.
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i', teaspoon salt
1I teaspoon ground allspice
I teaspoon ground
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1'3 cup water
1'4 cup light corn syrup
2 cups pecan halves
I teaspoon vanilla
Butler 2 large cookie sheets. In
a heavy 2 quart saucepan
thoroughly stir together sugar,
salt. allspice and cinnamon;
stir in water and corn syrup.
Cook over medium heat, stir-
ring constantly, to 2350 on a
cand. thermometer; at this
stage, a 'i,, teaspoon of the
mixture dropped into a quart
of \ery cold water forms a soft
ball that flattens on removal
from water. Remove from
heat at once. Add nuts and
anilla; stir until soft mixture
begins 10 thicken. Working
quickly with a fork and a
small metal spatula,drop each
coated pecan half, well apait,
on prepared cookie sheets'>
Cool completely. Store in an
airtight container. May be
frozen.

Frink Reunion
October 9
The Sixth annual Frink
School Reunion will be held on
Saturday, October 9, in the
Wayside Park, located on
Highway 20 at Chipola Rivet
Bridge. Plan now to attend
and enjoy the fellowship,
swapping memories and a
covered dish meal at noon.


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tournament and members of
the Florida Cabinet.
Prizes will be awarded
Sunday afternoon to the three
top players of each flight in a
presentation ceremony at the.
Country Club beginning im-
mediately after the last player
finishes his round.

Rifle Club to
Have Trap Shoot

The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
a Trap Shoot on Thursday,
Sept. 30 at 5:30 P.M., at the
Range. Come out and get
ready for Dove Season. Twel-
ve gauge ammo will be
available. The public and
members are urged to attend.
The Club will be giving
away a $300 Gift Certificate
from C&G Sporting Goods,
Panama City. The winner can
select any item in the store.
Tickets are available from
members of the Club for a
$1.00 donation. Proceeds will
be used for maintenance and
improvements at the Club.

Gulf CD Office

Wants Monitors
All persons interested in
becoming Radiological Moni-
tors and Radiological Defense
Officers, please contact the
Gulf County Civil Defense
Office, 227-1735, for informa-
tiori about training.
All previously trained Ra-
diological Monitors and Radi-
.ological Defense Officers are
requested to contact the Gilf
County Civil Defense Office to
receive orientation on new
radiological equipment.

"A book is like a garden
carried in the pocket."
Arab proverb


Early A.M.

Fire Stirs

Suspicions
Fire of a suspicious origin
damaged, the home of Mark
Williams on Avenue B in the
early morning hours Monday,
according to Port St. Joe Fire
Chief, Bascom Hamm.
According to Hamm, the
fire was reported at approxi-
mately 12:10 a.m., Monday
and was confined to.a storage
room in the home. "Most of
thie damage to the main part of
the; house was from smoke",
Hamm said.." :
Williams was not at .home
when the fire started and
found the fire in progress
when he returned home.
Hamm said the state fire
marshall was called in to
investigate certain suspicious
aspects about the blaze. He
said the fire marshall was
certain by Tuesday morning
that the fire had been set

Budget Fair

At Beach

Baptist
The h Baptist Chapel
kicked off their new church
year with a Budget Fair
Sunday, September 26, during
the Church Training Hour at
5:30.
Fifteen different tables re-
presented the different de-
partments, committees, and
ministries of the church. Each
department head wrote infor-
mation about his department
and how much money was
involved in running it. Those
educational ideas were used in
a game that was designated
for each table, such as the Pie
Throw for the Brotherhood,
Fishing for WMU, a Balloon
Pop for the Grounds Dept,
Lucky Lolly for the Sunday
School Dept., etc.
The Beach Baptist Chapel
would like to thank the various
businesses in Port St. Joe for
donating prizes for the fair.


"He's not-ready to'point any
fingers" yet, but he says he is
sure the fire was deliberately


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NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ....... . . 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................ 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ....... . ........ 6:00P.M.

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



First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteentin Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .... 10:00A M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ... 11:00 A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857



THANK YOU

I would like to give a special
thanks to my friends and supporters
for the fine vote during the first
primary.
To those of you that voted for Mr.
Dean, I sincerely ask for your con-
sideration, on October 5.
I have the experience and have
proved that I can do the job.
Thank you,



FRED GREER

School' Board Member
District One

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Citizens of Gulf Co-unty


Words cannot express my sincere appreciation for your vote -and supporting
the first primary. The confidence and trust you have placed in me is a treasured

Durig my campaign, I have been uplifted tremendously by Mr. Whitfield's.
supporters, who have expressed, their intention to support my candidacy. They
indicate to me that it is time for a change in our county government. I definitely
agree! '
SMy lovely wife, Deb, and I have thoroughly enjoyed this campaign. We have '
worked hard and travelled county-wide trying to see and visit as many people as
possible. We feel we have benefitted ourselves from this experience.
The incumbent commissioner has stressed community Involvement. When
did community Involvement get to be a qualification for Gulf County Commission? ,
I would like to remind the people that some of our better commissioners were no
more than just plain ole everyday, hardworking citizens; just as I am! Being af-
filiated with the Little League, Scouting, March of Dimes and the Jaycees is fine,
but it doesn't relate to how and where, our tax dollars are to be spent. This should
be a County Commissioner's primary concern.
My main priority is county-wide dedication to the job when elected. I have
never accepted a job that I didn't try to do my very best. This one will be no dif-
ferent.
Once again, a special "Thank you" to those who have supported my
campaign. I would like to compliment my opponent and his staff for making it a
fine race.
For those of-you who did not support me in the September primary, I would
deeply appreciate your vote on October 5.

-VOTE AND ELECT-



W. J. (Dude) FORTNER

County Commissioner District 2
(Pd. Pol. Adv., Paid for by Debra Fortner, Campaign Treas.)

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: :'BikeA-Thon Earns 407THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1982
SBike-A-Thon Earns $407.90


Lad Rides His Bike 38Miles for CF


Through the generosity of
Port St. Joe residents and the
determination of 10 partici-
pants, a winning tally of,


$407.90 was raised to help
children in Florida who suffer *
from Cystic Fibrosis in the CF
Bike-A-Thon Saturday.


S Mrs. Jan Richardson, left, presents
champion rider, Jerry Gilbert, with a cool
soft drink after he completed his 32nd mile for


"We couldn't have done it
without the support of the
wonderful sponsors and parti-
cipants who gave so much


the Cystic Fibrosis fund Saturday morning.
Jerry rode a total of 38 miles in the project.
-Star photo


help to the CF Foundation in
its battle against the genetic
disease", says Mrs. Jan Rich-
ardson, chairman of the event.
Jerry Gilbert of Mexico
Beach captured the grand
prize for the Bike-A-Thon by
collecting pledges of $214.50 by
riding 38 miles. Panhandle
Realty and Beach Rent-All
donated a $25 savings bond to
go with the shirt from the
Athletic House as first prize
Mandy Smith of Port St. Joe
took second place with $48.50
in pledges She rode her
bicycle for 40 miles Thames
Jewelers donated a beautiful
gold bracelet for her prize.
Regina Smith of Port St. Joe
rode 42 miles and had pledge
totals of $48 00 She will
receive the autograph puppy
donated by Campbell's Annex.
Chris Ramsey of Port St.
Joe took fourth place with a
ride of 22 miles and pledges of
$46.00. He will receive a
lite-o-matic belt from Boyles'
Department Store.
Many other prizes were
awarded on the day of the
ride. The oldest rider was
Jerry Golbert who took home
shampoo from the Beauty
Boutique. Eric Monteiro was
the youngest rider and took
home the "bear" from Camp-
bell's. Regina Smith was the
longest distance girl rider and
took home a "Gator" from St.
Joseph Bay Flowers and Gifts.


Jerry Gilbert rode the long-
est distance in the boys event
and won a bicycle water bottle
from Western Auto. Jerry tied.
with Scott Woodman for the
single largest pledge of $1.00
per mile. Jerry's name was
drawn and he took home the
prize of a floating candle from
Hurlbut Supply Regina Smith
had the largest single pledge
for the girls and took home a
pretty blue and gold enameled
pin from Buzzett's.
The hourly door prizes were
awarded as follows: 10 a.m .
hamburger, fries and drink
from Paulines, won by Mandy
Smith; 11 a.m Banana split
from St. Joe Drugs for Regina
Smith: 12 noon, hamburger,
fries and drink from Paulines
for William Lewis; I p m.,
Banana split from St Joe
Drugs for Scott Woodman, 2
p m., Terry's Fried Chicken
dinner for Jerry Gilbert.
The riders and workers
especially appreciated the
four cases of soft drinks
donated by George Duren's
Saveway.
The bicycles were inspected
and fitted with reflective tape
where needed by the VFW.
The Florida chapter of the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation,
with the aid of volunteers
across the state, raises funds
to support medical care pro-
grams and research across
the state.


SCARE UPA GREAT DEAL AT OUR


SIearned b) various projects. Shown with one of
School Project the new mats, are, left to right: Chris Bowen,
Tim Davis, Tim Kerigan, Mark Godwin,
The Port St. Joe Elementar -Sohoor..,-,io .yaGardnerend Aaron-WlibWJIWrs: Fred
Student Council has purchased two new Sutton is sponsor of the Student Council.
(0 entrance mats for their school with money -Star photo


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Monday, Oct. 4
Cheeseburger, French fries,
lettuce, tomato, pickle, cin-
namon crispy, and milk.
Tuesday, Oct. 5
Country fried steak, green
beans, sliced fruit, rice with
gravy, rolls, and milk.
Wednesday. Oct. 6
Lasagna, cabbage slaw,
peach pie, rolls, and milk.
Thursday, Oct. 7
Macaroni and cheese with
diced ham, early peas, fruit
4E mix, pudding, rolls, and milk.
S Friday, Oct. 8
F f 'Chicken and noodles, Wal-
dorf salad, green lima beans,
sliced bread, apple crisp, and
milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
S .. of foods -

Attempt to

Curtail Food

Stamp Fraud

In an effort to curb fraudulent
reporting of income by per-
sons participating in the Food
Stamp Program, the County
Food Stamp Offices located at
224A Reid Ave., Port St. Joe,
and the Old Courthouse, We-:
wahitchka, now have access to
ct it to information from the Depart-
ganic ment of Labor. The office is
th receiving a monthly listing of
Lne the earned income being re-
ceiyed by each food stamp
household member, from the
sy to computer which records all
e for employment in the State. In
addition to earned income, the
list also includes any pay-
NE ments received from unem-
E ployment compensation,
G workmen's compensation and
o0 State Retirement.
The information from *the
Department of Labor files
E does not replace the responsi-
bility of Program participants
to report changes to the local
Food Stamp Office, in accord-
ance with Federal Food
Stamp Regulations, Title 7,
Agriculture, Chapter II, Food
and Nutrition Service, Section
2 73.16(b), and Florida Sta-
tutes, Section 409.325.

y "We often pardon those
who weary us but we .can-
32 not pardon those whom we
weary." La Rochefoucauld


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fln. THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1982


Sharks Recover County




Trophy from Gators, 15-0


Michael Pittman made two
tries at intercepting a Gator
pass Friday night, in the


Gators last ditch effort to pull
an 8-0 game out of the fire. On
the second try, with the Gators


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GOODNESS

FAITH


HOWARD BROWNING


HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD

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

Pastor Ira J. Nichols'


on the Shark four and fourth
down, Jason Whitfield slipped
into the end zone for the
Gators and Chris Thomas saw
him standing there all by
himself. Thomas popped a
pass in Whitfield's direction as
Whitfield braced himself just
to catch the ball for the six
points. Pittman raced in front
of Whitfield, picked off the
football and just kept on
running for 103 yards and
the Sharks second touchdown
of the night, which sealed the
victory over the Gators and
gave the Sharks the Gulf
County trophy for a year; a
trophy which has been sort of
slippery for the Sharks to hold
on to for the past few years.
With the Gators starting out.
this season just as they ended
last season hanging tough
against any and all opponents
- the Sharks went into the
game determined, but still
facing the reality of a tough
Gator team which had knock-


ed off some good Shark teams
in the past.
This time it was different.
The Sharks even toughened up
what has already been a good
defense this season, and put
an extra twist on what had
been a sputtering offense and
bounced the Gators, 15-0 on
their home turf.
The stout Shark defense
held the Gators to only 76
yards total offense for the
night. The Gators are normal-
ly accustomed to three times
that offensive output.
The Gators didn't ,do so
badly themselves, limiting the
Sharks to only 150 yards. The
big. difference for the Shark
attack was the long 103 yard
return by Pittman'which gave
the Sharks an added boost in
that statistic.
Terry Woullard was the
other big offensive gun for the
Sharks, tackling Andrew Gai-
ner in the Gator end zone for a
safety. Gainer was a work-


Coach Shaw Maddox is hoisted on the County trophy high and nearly loses his chew
shoulders of his players, holding the Gulf as he lets out a lusty yell.


third period, when they kept
'the ball for more than nine
minutes after the Sharks had
to give up the ball on their first
possession after the second
half kick-off. With the Shark
line flowing through the Gator
line on every play and making
Thomas hurry his passes and
hand-offs, the Gators still put
together a drive with Andrew
Gainer carrying most of the
load.
The Sharks had the Gators
stopped at one time, on their


own seven yard line, where
they were forced to punt. The.
sinort punt went only to the
Gator 35, but Terry Woullard
was charged .with roughing
the kicker, and the Gators had
the ball back and were out of
the hole. They.kept the ball for
the remainder of the period,
but were never able to score.
TOMORROW NIGHT
Tomorrow night, the Sharks
will host the Apalachicola
Sharks who have yet to win
this season.


The Gators will travel to
Sneads, where they will try to
get back into .the win column
against the tough Pirates.
THE YARDSTICK
PSJ Wewa
First downs 6 11
Rushes, yds. 31-107 33-56
Passing yards 43 21
Return yards 103 45.
Passes 8-3-0 17-3-2
Punts, avg. 4-32 4-34
Fumbles, lost 3-2 3-1
Penalties, yds. 11-75 8-50


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Walter Bowers (84) moves in on Josh Jenkins, carrying
the ball for the Sharks. -Star photos


horse'for the Gators all night
long. Woullard caught him in a
play which started on the
Gator one yard line after the
Sharks. had fumbled on..what
should have been a touchdown
run, had it not been for the loss
of, the ball. The Sharks had
driven from the Gator 40 in
only four plays, only to lose
the ball.
The trip to the end zone and
the safety was started oi a
defensive play on the Gator 45.
Thomas had faded to pass, but
his toss was tipped by a
leaping Shark defender and
the ball sailed straight up in
the air. Walter Seabrooks,
deflected the pass and caught


the ball at it came down to
give the Sharks possession..
Four minutes later, Woul-
lard was racing for a 14, yard
pass from quarterback Chris
..Buttsi Butts' toss was sailing
over Woullard's head at the
goal line, when Woullard
reached up with his "left hand
and hauled the ball in on the
run. Woullard's momentum
carried him on into 'the end
zone and the Sharks were
ahead,. 8-0.
The Gators Zeb Addison,
blocked Butts' kick for the
extra point and the score
remained, 8-0, at half time.
The Gators made their first
serious threat at a score in the


Gator QB Chris Thomas
heads for the goal. line, but
Sidney Harris grabs his ankle.


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648-5011 Sales


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3 bdr b 0g screened


PORT ST. JOE
New Listing: 515 8th St. Only
$25,000 for this 3 bdrm., 1 ba. house.
Spacious,' call to see.
2 lots on Palm Blvd. & 18th St. $17.500
for both.
706 Woodward Ave. 4
bdrm., 2 ba. Must see to appreciate.
Only $27,500.
Great buy at only $41,500. 3 bdrm.. 11/2
ba., only 7 yrs. old. Long Avenue. /
1501 Monument Ave. Large 3 bdrm.,
11/2 ba., liv. rm., din. rm. & kit. combo.
2105 Palm Blvd. Beautiful brick home,
3 bdrm., 2 ba., fireplace, $69,500.

ST. JOE BEACH
Waterfront townhouse, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
now under construction, fireplace,
$95,000.
3 bdrm., 1 ba. home. Columbus St. on
11/2 lots, real close to beach.
Pineda St., large 3 bdrm., 11/2 ba. house
on 21/2 lots, $49,900 with good owner
financing.
New Listing on Coronado St. Real nice
lot, only $8,000.


REALTOR


648-5716 Rentals


OVERSTREET
* Canal front, reduced to $31.500 with a
good assumable 7% interest mor-
tgage. 3 bdrm., 2 ba.




MONTHLY RENTALS
* 1 bdrm. 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 up a list
of vacant lots.
ASSOCIATES
PAULETTA CAMPBELL .................. 648-8977
ELLEN ALLEMORE ..................... 648-8939
ARCHIE BARBEE ...................... 648-5392
JIM CLEMENT ......................... 648-5482
JEAN FALISKI ......................... 229-6553
WYVONNE HATTAWAY ................. 229-6993


Gators Vincent Jones (33) and Kevin Bostick (88), hem in
Shark ball carrier, Demitre Thomas.


TRY IT BEFORE YOU BUY IT!
Thinking about a small computer for business or
personal use? Come to In'ternational Computers for ad-
vice. We are programmers and users of computers -
not salesmen! A little free advice will save you money,'
time and headaches.
IBM & Apple Personal Computer
Classes Starting -
Two 10-hour Introductory Computer Classes starting
Tuesday, October 12th and Thursday, October 14th.
Five 2-hoUr sessions once a week, 7-9 p.m.
Hands on experience with IBM Personal Computer
and Apple 11 Computer. By course end you will actual-
ly have written and run a computer program on both
computers.
Class size limited to 6 people sign up soon!
Course cost only $65.00
Basic, Assembler, Forth, WordStar (word process-
ing) & VisiCalc (electronic spread sheet) instruction also
available. International Computers provides a full range
of data processing services, supplies and training to
local residents.
International Computers
P. O.Box 13547 Phone (904) 648-8484
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410


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Cheerleaders Marcia Stoutamire 'and
Pam Sanborn show their approval as the


Sharks put points on the board last Friday
night. -Star photos


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THE STAR, 'Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. SEPT. 30, 1982


Lot on Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach, 3 blocks off beach.
High and dry. 648-5994. tfc10-8
3 bedroom house at 219 7th
Street. Come by. 4tc 9-30
i 3 bdrm. mobile home for
sale in White City, onlarge lot,
fenced in. After down pmt.,
balance at 8% interest. For
more info. call 227-1701.;
3 bdrm., black home, Y4 m.
: from Land's Landing, inside
city limits. ch/a, partly furn.
(refrig., w&d, etc.), 22'x25'
shop, patio, lawn building,
fruit trees, etc. etc. $35,000
firm. Wewahitchka 639-2888.
,-' 4tp9-23
75x715' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc7-15

HOUSE FOR SALE
1302 Garrison Ave. 2%
bdrm., 1 ba., cen. b/a, kit-
Schen, breakfast rm., din.
rm., liv. rm., utility rm.
Fenced in back yard, nice
neighborhood. Phone
227-1731. tfc7-22






Will buy lamps, dishes, pie-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
229-6254. tfc




$50.00 Reward for informa-
tion leading to person or per-
sdns -who removed carved
pink marble rose from monu-
ment at Holly Hill Cemetery.
Call 227-1854.


FORSLEI:ED


New 2 bdrm furnished beach
apartment -for rent. Call
648-5641. tfc9-23
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 Hotel. 2294723, 302
Reid Aye. tfc7-1.
Fully furnished one
bedroom cottage, glassed in,
porch, available now. Come
see at 207 Coronado St., St.Joe
Beach or phone 648-8918.
tfc 9-16
For Rent: Completely fur-
nished 3 bdrm. house, den, liv.
rm., breakfast area, kitchen, 2
ba., dbl. carport, Ig. yard,
utilities furnished and much
more. $450.00 per month,
Overstreet. 648-5802.


12x65' 2 bdrm., 2 full ba. air.
conditioned mobile home,
very nice. $195 per mo. Call
229-6669. 2tp9-30
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. Rept
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.


Shetland Sheepdog.
(miniature collie), $150. Call
S229-6056 or 227-1862. 'Itc 9-30
Double bed frame, blond
finish; davenport, green gold
tapestry, 2 cushions. Both in
excel. cond. 648-8349. tfc 9-30
Like new double wide
trailer, 24'x48', 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
cen. h&a. Call 229-6561. Itp 9-30
Old model Conn trumpet, ex-
cellent condition, $40. Call Mr.
Dean 229-8681. 2tp 9-30


Singer portable sewing
machine with case, hardly
been used, $90; Kodak Color-"
burst 50 Instant Cam6ra,
never been used, $25. Call
648-5696. Would make ex-
cellent Christmas gifts.


- Chevrolet 6 cyl. marine
engine, $125; 40 h.p. Perkins
diesel 4 cyl. rim $550; '68
Buick Lasabre w 34,000 actual
miles $350; heavy 3-axle boat
trailer, holds 10 tons, will han-
dle 32 ft. boat $1,300; 27' St.
Pierre dory with cabin,
fiberglass over plywood
$1,700; 45' like new shrimp net
w 2 seam bloom $175; 20 ton
cast headed wrench, front
brakes, hand brakes and crut-
ches, $175. Call 229-6905.


Mobile Home: 12x55' in good
condition, partially furnished.
$3,000 firm. Call 229-8708 or
227-1327. tfc 8-12
1975 22' center console
Apollo Sports *Fisherman
boat; 1977 115 h.p. Mercury
outboard motor with power
trim; 1977 Tandem axle
trailer. Call 229-6787.
Trailer for Sale: 14x60'
Westgate trailer, 2 bdrm., un-
furnished. 227-1329 or 229-8154
anytime. 3tc 9-23


-ORRN


Approx. 900 sq. ft. office for
rent on Reid Ave. Call
229-8899. tfc 9-30


Double wide trailer, 24x48'.
3 bdrm., 2 ba., cen. h&a, fur-
nished or unfurnished. $275.00
monthly, $150 damage and
cleaning deposit. Call 229-6561.
Itp 9-30


rh ERA PARKER REALTY



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


BEACON HILL. Take advantage of this
great location and owner's improvements.
Interior has been completely refurbished. 3
bdrms., 1 ba., some furnishings included.,
Reasonable price. Fryer Lane.,


(OUTSIDE
FLORIDA)


MEXICO BEACH. Great little beginner or
retiree home, furnished, 2 bdrm., 1 ba. New
built-in kit. wipantry. Lg. :utility house
w/wash'er, dryer & freezer hook-ups, wood
panelling,'sun deck,' screened porch, ce-
ment drive & carport. 26th St.


Carport Sale: Good prices
on everything from babybeds
& playpens to washing
machines & refrigerators!
Clothes for all sizes and ages.
Coats, jackets and sweaters
galore! On corner of 13th St. &
Monument Ave. Friday &
Saturday (Oct. 1&2), from 9,
a.m. till 8 p.m.
Backyard sale Saturday,
Oct. 2, 9 a.m. till, 2109 Long
ave. Rain cancels.
Yard Sale: October 2, cor-
ner Bay & Georgia St., St. Joe
Beach. Real nice clothes, all
sizes, children's thru adults,'
dishes and misc. 9'till 3:30.


Garage Sale: Friday and
Saturday, Oct. 1 and 2. 1804
Marvin Ave.


Yard Sale: Hwy. 98 & 20th
St., Mexico Beach, Friday and
Saturday, Oct. 1 and 2, 9 c.s.t.
until. Girls' clothes and
household goods, dinette set,
dryer, portable dishwasher,
toys and much more. 648-8443.
Yard Sale: Saturday, 8-3"
p.m., Jones Homestead,
follow the signs. Furniture,
dishes, clothes.
Yard Sale: 667 Parker Ave.,
Highland View, Saturday, 8-6,
Sunday 12-6. Odds and ends.


Yard Sale: Sat., Oct. 2, 9 till.
1014 Garrison Ave. Bedroom
suite, dryer, misc items.
Cancelled if raining.
Garage Sale: Sat., Oct. 2, 8
a.m. till. 108 Hunter Circle.
Clothes and misc. items.
2 Family Garage Sale: Fri-
day and Saturday, 9 a.m. 1
p.m. 518 7th St. Television, fur-
niture, clothes and various
household items. Call 229-8431
for further information.


Garage Sale: 4 Families,
household items, clothes in all
sizes, cast net, garage door
and much more. 2102 Cypress
Ave. Friday 9-5, Saturday 9-12.
Nothing sold before 9:00 a.m.


Garage Sale: Friday Sept.
30, 8 till. Coronado St. &
Georgia St. St. Joe Beach.'
Console stereo, sofa, air com-
pressor, clothing, lamps and
-etc.,. .' :


Several Family Yard Sale:
Friday and Saturday, Oct. .1
and 2, 8:30 ? Rain or shine.
209 2nd Ave., Highland View.
Baby, items, children's and
adult clothes, furniture, misc.
Bargains for everyone. Ya'll
come.


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
skills 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 app
to Helen
before Oc
who have
for positi
to reapply






1975 Ford
all elec.
Runs goon


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


plication and return it
Armstrong"' on or Walls, woodwork, and win-
ctober 1, 1982. Those dows cleaned. Also some yard
e previously applied work by experienced husband
ons in the past, need and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
y.' Ceramics Duncan Class
t 9-23 Make beautiful' candles;, Oct.
14, 1982,- Thurisday,, 10:00 till
A, 5:00, e.s.t. Class fee is $5.00.
Must be signed up by Oct. 12.
Class given by Livern H.
Ayers at Miniature Craft'
I LTD Station wagon, Center. For more information
, leather interior. call 648-8262 after 5:00 p.nm.
di Call 229-6154a after .' 2tp9-30


6p.m. ,
1974 Plymouth Duster, good
condition. $750. Call 227-1364.
Itp9-30





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, 2tp9-23


HANDYMAN
Will repair all type of house-
hold carpentry- jobs., Also
:repairs to mobile homes. Will
install carpet & vinyl. Reason-
able rates. Ron Ross. 229-64769.
li p 9-30
GILBERT'S
Construction & Landscaping
SThird generation carpenter,
over 7 yrs. experience on
beach: No job too large or too
Small. Phone 648-8542. 3tc9-23
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
18 Yrs. Experience
S Ira J.:Nichols,


- e .319 6th St., Highland View
Some people once believed Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
that shooting arrows under a ort St. Joe, Florida 3245
fruit tree would cause the 9041229-6235
fruit to fall off the tree tfc6-4
'just as the arrows fell.


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
app.t. only.


Lg. frame dwelling with lots of porch
I on 85'x130' lot, 11/2 blk. from beach.
St. Joe Beach. Also 1 bdrm. cottage
on property. Sold' as is furnished.
$41,900.00.


BEACON HILL. Duplex with one bdrm., one
, ba. each side or use as 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home.
Concrete block construction, unusually
decorated exterior. Owner financing. 3rd St.


* RENTALS
* SALES
* MINI WAREHOUSE STORAGE

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


MEXICO BEACH. Brick 3 bdrm., 2 ba. w/
cen. h&a, Fla. rm., fireplace, landscaped
yard, c.b. storage shed, carport & utility rm.
Gulf view from 16th St. location.


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


Say You Saw It
In The Star II

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


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.
,.
- -Myv-work will-stand- up.
under C.P.A. audit.
*
Starting my 6th year at
same location.
116 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla..
Phone 229-8536
WAUNETA'S
Bookkeeping Service
Waunela Brewer Pat Hohman
Owner Assistant
25p 7-15


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

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

Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tfc 4-16
FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343'
Port St. Joe, Florida
Tf no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00. MT, Th, F,S
9:00-12: 0 Wed.
SHALLOW WELLS
S 229-6380 Joe
: 227-1794 Terry "


tfc4-29


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!





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Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

: Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


The Sewing Room

r ,00s 410 A Reid Avenue '
S P ,~ Port St. Joe, Florida O /

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"




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





REEVES FURNITURE &

. REFINISHING SHOPPE \
1313 LongAvenue Phone229-6374

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




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

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


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

C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe Dozer Root
Rake Front-end Loader
Road Building Lot Clear-
ing Septic Tanks
Drain Fields e Hauling
Rt. 3. Box AIC
Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-6018
26tc 3-1.8
Psychological Services foi
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe,
227-1145 124'hours)


St. Joseph Bay
Constniructo
Residential
Commrcl i n ,i .


CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229-8795


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


"I think it was something I ate."

1"oBug

kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


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PAGE NINE


For Sale by Owner 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
Call 904/968-5464, Pensacola tfc-o30


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

7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES:

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


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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.


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.


648-8914


Pat Bowen, owner


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PAGE TEN
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1982 B Ro Lee Carter


Starting with Seeds or Transplants?,


Life is full of choices. And
for many crops backyard
f" vegetable gardeners must
choose between starting with
seeds and starting with trans-
plants. You can have a
successful garden either way
but seeds and transplants both
have their advantages and
: ,disadvantages and you should
consider them before you
make up your mind about
-- which is best for you. Mv
information for this article
I .was provided by Extension
Vegetable Specialist Jim Ste-
phens of the University of
Florida.
One of the biggest advan-
,.y tages transplants offer is an
t.'. early start with your garden.
?, Transplants are grown in
S. protected seed flats' or seed
|" .beds and they're started be-
fore the winter is suitable for
S, planting 'directly in the gar-
den.,
Si0- -Using transplants allows
you to choose only the best
-* plants. If you're raising trans-
plants in your own seedbed
you'll have many more than
you really need. If you're
H : buying transplants at the
-: grden center you can pick
and chose fromrwhat's avail-
able. Either way, you can
select only the strongest and
healthiest looking plants'to go
in your garden."
S" It's easier to start from
r "-ansplants especially if you
o l. oy want a few plants. For
something like a window-box
'- garden or a very small garden
; patch," transplants' are" much


P- public
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
4-" COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
.'-. CASE NO 62-41
:[" IN RE Eslate of
MARY ALICE SCOTT
:.' Deceaseo
; ;' e NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
;-TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
.DEMANDS AGAINST- THE ABOVE
`'ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN.
TERESTED'IN THE ESTATE .
S' YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai the
.4- adminislalion of The Eslate of MARY
S-'ALICE SCOTT. deceased lile number
'-82-4dl. Is Dending in Ine Circuil Couin lor
Gull Couny Florida. Probable Division.
1 the address ol which is CleiK of Circuil
Courl. Gulf County Courtmouse. Poll SI
Joe Floiloa 32456 Tne Personal
i Represenlallve ol Ine estate is CHARLES
i' M SCOTT SR *nose addiaess is Post QO.
lice Box 455. Wewarntcnka FL 32456
The name.and aaaress of ine Personal
SRepresenlallve'E allo'ney are sel forlh
St below.
r. All persona having claims or demands
a against Ine estate aiedreaurrea.-WITHIN
.. THREE (31 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file w.lh the Clerk of Ihe
above Courl a wrtllen slalemirnl of any
claim or demand iney may nave Eacn
T claim must be in writling and'must iri
di cale ine basis lor tIhe claim. Ine name
ad address ofl he creadloi or his agenl or
attorney. and Ine amount claimed II Ihe
claim is not yel aue. Irie dale when ir will
become due shall be slatea It Ine claim
'' 'is cornlngani or unliquldaled the nature
.-,, "1 he uncerlainly snail De sealed It Ine
claim is secured. ihe securlly shall oe
describea Tne claimant shall deliver suf.
f tI niciani copies T he claim ln o ine Cierm to
'- ,e.rable ihe Clerk Io mail one copy 0o eacn
personal Represenlative
I All persons Inleresled in Ine estate 1o
whom a copy of Inms Nolice or Ad.
minislialon has Deen mailed ar. ,equired
WITHIN THREE 131 MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to Ile any objeclt.ons they
may nave Ihal challenge Ihe validlly or
S' he.decedenl's Will. Ine ualificallons of
SIhe Personal Repiesenlative. or ihe venu
or jurisdiction ol Ine Court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SSO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
(.,..' Dale ol Ihe I'rsl ouDlicalion or InIs
Nol.c of Aanminislrallon SepI 30. 1982
Isr(CHARLES M SCOTT. SR
As Personal Represenlalive ol Ine
Eslate of MARY ALICE SCOTT Deceas-
ATTORNEYFOR PERSONAL REPRESENT
,'. TATIVE
J. DONELSON JONES
Post Ollice Box 1968
Panama CiI). Florida 32401
Telephone 19041 763 8466
21c9.30
FICTITIOUS NAME
S Notice Is hereby gien thal pursuanl to
;0, Section 86509 Florica Statutes Ine


DEAR'FRIENDS
Thank you for the
port you gave me on .
Board Member Distric
ing for your vote and ci
tober 5.
PLEASE VOTE


OSCAR
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Srnest A.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL ......
MORNING WORSHIP ...
EVENING WORSHIP ..
WEDNESDAY NIGHT ..


Keep It

Gulf County's Mosquito Control Depart-
ment, is trying to help take part of the eyesore
out of the new garbage collection sites being
located-throughout the county. The-new sites
provide trailers for people to place their
garbage in; after which is hauled off to a
central dumpinigsite. The collection areas are
r c


more practical than starting
from seeds.


Notices -
undersignea persons .-lena 10o re~ilsr
wiln' Ine Clerk of Ine CliCui coul GulI
County, Florida lourweerks alter Ire Irul
publication ol mis notice. Irne iiclhi.ou
name or Ti3e name under wniCh ihey will
be engage in business, aro id', wnicn said
Business Is lo be carried on IO.-wII
ANN'S PLACE
Magellari Sieet
Si Joe Beach
Is/ Ann M Sealey. Owner

NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED
BUDGET ORDINANCE
FOR FISCAL YEAR 1912-83
NOTICE is h'reby given Inal me Board
of Cily Commiss-oners ol Wara Rddge
Florida. will hold a public nearing ir. Ine
Commissionrier Room in rhe City Hall or
Wara' Riage on'Oclober 11 1982 at 6 30
P M or the prpe urpe hearing Irorn any
person or personal on Ihe proposed
Budget Ordinance for liscal year 198263
of Ine City or Waird Ridge Florioa Said
proposed Ordi.lance may be eamimed or
insoecled a Ine Cily iHall in Ward Fiaoge
or tb conlacling Ine Mayor oflthe CiIV of
Ward Riage
CITY OF WARD RIDGE
By isl Mavoi Allen V McCuliev
21 9 30
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Inar Ihe
below titled OrainaAce was iniroducea
ano read for Ina lirsi ime r. lull al Ihe
regular City Commiissor. Meeing
Seplernbei 21. 1962
Tne Cily Commission ol Ihe Cily of Pori
SI Joe Floiiaa al i regular meeiing on
October 19 1962 at 8:00 P M EDT in ine
Municipal Builaing. 5n SirS el. P.:ir i S
Joe Fioida Will consildei for final Soop
lion The Oroinance wirn Ire lolio'iing rI
lie
AN ORDINANCE ALLOCATING IN
TEREST INCOME FROM WASTE
WATER TREATMENT PLANT GRANT
FUNDS TO PAYMENT OF INTEREST
ON OUTSTANDING WASTE WATER
TREATMENT PLANT BONDS AND
IMPLEMENTATION OF 201 WATER
QUALITY PLAN PROVIDING FOR
CERTAIN AMOUNTS TO BE TRANS
FERRED ANNUALLY FROM THE IN
TEREST INCOME TO THE CITY
WATER AND SEWER FUND. PRO
VIDING THAT NONE OF THE PRiN
CIPAL OF SAID FUNDS SHALL BE
EXPENDED AS LONG AS BONDS
ARE OUTSTANDING AND PRO
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE
PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF
ORDINANCE NO 129
All clizens are inviled o allend anld De
heard A copy ol this oioposed ordinance
is or n ile *w I the Cri Audilor and Clerm
al Cily Hall Pcri SI Jc.e Fla
CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF PORT ST JOE FLORIDA
By Ist Frank Pale. Mayor.Commissioner
Allsi 'SrI L A FARRIS
Cily AujolloriClerK 21930


& SUPPORTERS
wonderful vote and sup-
September 7 for School
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ontinued support on Oc-

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VE PORT ST. JOE
Vorship with Them
Barr, Pastor
VICES
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Clear
being beautifie
flowers and gra
Heard and Dav
projects at the (
department he
their efforts ei
neat and clean.


Setting the transplants in
the garden is a simple matter.
If you're raising your own
they should be ready to plant
when they're four to six
weeks old. Transplants you
buy at a garden center are
usually ready to set out
immediately. In either case,
as we've already suggested.
select only strong, vigorous,
disease-free plants of the
recommended variety to put
in the garden.
Be careful not to disturb the
roots of the plants during
transplantifig. If you have
plants in a box or flat, cut the
soil into squares like brownies
before transplanting. With in-
dividual containers moisten
the soil before removing the
plant. Some transplants are
grown in peat pellets. These
are inserted directly into the
soil, so don't try to remove the




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ass. In the photo above, James
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Oak Grove collection sites. The
hopes citizens will appreciate
enough to help keep the areas
-Star photo

plants from them.
The best time to transplant
is right after a rain, when it's ,
cloudy or in the late afternoon.
Handle the plant gently and
make sure you don't press the
soil too tightly around the
roots. Carefully pour a little
water into the hole to settle the
soil around the roots. Then,
cover the wet area with dry
soil to reduce evaporation.
To help the transplant get
off to a quick start, apply a
starter fertilizer solution. You
can buy these ready mixed or
make your own. For best
results, mixC one or two
tablespoons of a high phos-
phate fertilizer something like r
10-50-10, in a gallon of water.
You could use an ordinary
all-purpose fertilizer like a
8-8-8. Pour about a pint of the
mixture into the transplant
hole as the plant is set.




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David Rich's IGA carries nothing but the

finest U.S.D.A. Choice Tablerite- Beef, only


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Tender Lean Pork. There are no fillers or

cheap additives (turkey gizzards, fat, scraps,

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


Varsity Schedule


Sept. 10
Sept. 17
Sept. 24
Oct. 1
Oct. 15
Oct. 22
Oct. 29
Nov. 5
Nov. 12
Nov. 19


Walton High .


Havana . . .
Wewahitcha .....
Apalachicola ....
Blountstown .....
Open
Bonifay .. ..... .
Chipley ......
Wakulla .. ..... .
Florida High . .


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

Support the Merchants Listed on This Page. They Support Our Team, School and Community.


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

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

BADCOCK
Home Furnishings Center
201 Reid Avenue Phone 229-6195

C.E. BASIC
We Back The Sharks"

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

o BOYLES
Shoes for the Family
Clothing for Ladies & Children

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

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

Campbell's Drug tore
S.. .Home of Friendly Service
''Call 227-224 Nights & Holidays 648-5071

Carr's Auto Sales
Phone 229-6961


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

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

Costing Insurance
Your Independent Agent
Call 229-8899

COSTING'S
, Ouality at Savings Phone 229-8716

Danley Furniture Co.
The Greatest Place On Worth

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

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

Driesbach's Cleaners,
Pick-Up and Delivery

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

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

Gilmore Funeral Home,
Dignified, Professional Service
Port St. Joe 22918111 Wewa 639-5602


Hedy's Florist
Flowers for Every Occasion

SHannon Insurance
and Real Eslate 227 1133

Highland View Motors
603 Hwy. 98 at Highland View

K&D TV & Sound
Your RADIO SHACK Dealer
Miller Agency, Inc.
Chevron Products Phone 229-8081

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

Pauline's
-Specializing In Homemade Desserts
and Noon Buffet

PERRY'S PIZZA
And, Amusements
Video Game Room and Sandwiches
107 Second Street
Piggly Wiggly
Homeowried and Operated'
For Greater Savings Phone 227-1728

tRaffield Retail Market
Phone 229-6877

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

Renfro Auto Parts
Phone 229-6013


Roche Furniture:
209 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1730

SAVYEWAY
We Specialize In Iowa Corn Fed Beef
.... and Fiesh-As Possible Produce
S SEARS
LEON POLLOCK, Authorized Catalog
Sales Merchant

St. Joe Auto Parts
NAPA Phone 229-8222

St. Joe Drugs
Call 227-1723 for Prescription Needs

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

St. Joe Hardware
Whirlpool Appliances Phone 229-8028

St. Joe Motor Co.
Phone 227-1336

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

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

SUB SHOP
Come By For A Snack Phone 227-1323


Terry's Fried Chicken
Call 229-6263 for Fast Service
Before and After the Game
Thames Jewelers
Watches.--Diamonds Gifts
for All Occasions

The Star Publishing Co.
Printers Publishers Office Supplies
306 Williams Avenue Phone 227-1278

Western Auto
Your Tire Center
David B. May Phone 227-1105
Join the Winning Team at
Wewahitchka State Bank
Phone 229-8226
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iVaried

.,:. Florida's 1982-83 hunting
season began September 1
... with rail and gallinule seasons
and will continue through the
spring turkey season. A speci-
al five-day duck season in late
September and an either-sex
.- deer day on January 9 are
,.- bonuses to sportsmen this
r )'.' year.
"We encourage all hunters
to be certain to utilize safe
hunting practices on their
outings and conduct them-
selves in a sportsmanlike
fashion," said Col. Robert M.
;7 Brantly, executive director of
the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission.
He said a true sportsman
will be considerate of fellow


Public N
FICTITIOUS NAME
Nolice is hereby given Inal pursuant io
-.. Section 86509, Florida 'Slatutes. Ine
undersigned persons intend To register
S wi th Ihe ClerK ol Ihe Circuil ccuii. Gull
." Counly. Flornoa, lour *weKs aller mIe Ihsl
publicallion of his notice. the Ilclilious
I name or trade name under which they will
be engaged in business and in whicn'said
business is to bq carried on. IO-II
S WAUNETA'S ACCOUNTING &
y INCOME TAX SERVICE
116 Monument Avenue
'et, Port Sl. Joe. Florida 32456
Owner Waunela Brewer.
:" Sept- 13: 1982
419 16
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1fl. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
S JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
SF,ORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
.i SARAH E SENK ana SOPHIA D WEBB
A=i_' Plalnlills.
"'" PSTEPHEN M HAYES and TERRY M
NALL,.
S Defendants.
D- NOTICE. OF ACTION
TO STEPHEN M HAYES
S" TERRY M. NALL
Fj FORT DEPOSIT ALABAMA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED inma an
'ciion o10 foreclose Ihe mortgage on Ine
f following properly in Guil-Counly.
h Florida.
: Lo 21 Biocei 36. City of Por SI Joe
according lo the official map or piai
on file in The Office of Clara ofl ne Cir.
culf Courlt of Gull Counly. Florida
.I has been liled against you and you are re.
qi lred lo serve a copy ofl your wrnlen
*-; delenses, il any. to Ir on Fred N Willen
A torney for Piam ills. whose address is
1.(- 408 Long Avenue Port SI Joe, Florida
and whose post otlice .aaress is P 0
.'Bo.x 447.-Pori St Joe. Florida 32456. on or
before SEPTEMBER 30 '1982. arnd lile the
originalwilh Ihe Clerk on Ihe Courl. either
i.'" "before service on Plainlll's Allorney or
.P immedliateli Iheeafler. otherwise a
'detauf will e need against you for Ire
-, "aele sougnlh in ihe Complainl
WITNESS ry nand anod he seat of This
.: -Court:oh' September 3. 1982 -
I 'JERRY. GATES.
CLERK OF COURT. 'l
'GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
it". By. Iso Tonya Knox, Depuly ClerK
S 41 9.9

.,', IN'THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
''.;. JIDICTAL CIRCuIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
S'VERMELL E ARMSTRONG
S; Plainzit.
vs ie
t {iOTTISIB SMITH"a'iah Wile,
BESSIE G. SMITH. ana
--M.ITCHELL HORNE and Wile ,. .
-'"'WANDA HORIIE,
SDelendanis
-C NOTICE OF SUIT
Sn."TO. Milchell Hormne
ana Wife. Wanda Horne
519 22nd Street
.~I Nedqrlapd. Texas 77627 "
YOU AND EACH'OF YOU are-hereoy
,- 'nolified'lhai the Plainfifl VERMELL E
ARMSTRONG. in hIre aaoe sEylea cause
has Iiled his Complaint nerein involving
:i,'lands owned by.you in Gulf Counly..
Florida, described as Ioilows
C mmencing at ftle NW corner or ihe
NE Quarter of01 Ihe NE Ouarter of'Sece
lion 12: To*nship 5:Soulh..Range 10
Wesi. ana run E 210 leel; thence run
SS 105 eel thencee rin W 210 feel.
t hence'run N 105 feet lo ihe POINT
OF BEGINNING Doing in ine NW
corner ol Ihe NE Quarier of The NE
..'^ 'Ouarter of Seclion 12, Townsnip 5
S' SotIh. Range 10 Weal Gull Counly.
_-kb';". 'Florida
''." All of Ithe nalf of the SW.Quarler of
h.. .ihe SE Quarter lying EasIside Cl
Slale Rosa 'No i1 ,n Seclion I
i'. "s Tow.lsnlp 5'Souin. Range T0 Wesl
.. Gulf County FlorIla
.YOU ARE FURTHER REQUIRED To
,- .serve a copy of your Answer or oler
response 0o the Complaiflt on PlainTli 5
,, Allorney
'S. ROBERT M. MOORE
f ,' P. O Box 248
PorT Sl Joe Florida 32456
d1 .anallie he original ihereof in Tha Circull
i CourT Clerk s OIfice, Gill Cously Courl
n-o- house. Pon St "Joe. Florida 32456. or, or
.--baole Ihe 14il day ol Oclober. 1982 Your
S' failure 1odoso will cause Delaull Judg
.- menl To be entered against you ana each.
.'-'" el you
i D *ATED lis5 ne 131h day of SepreT.Derr
1982
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
S.. By Tonya Knox 419 16
NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION
The Gulf Counly School Board
S PURPOSE AND EFFECT Tne Gull Co:,ur, ly
School Board proposes To amiieno i-.a
p1aadopl policies, asprovidea lor in me Aa-
minisIralive Piocedures Act. for Ihe dur '
S" pose of bringing said policies info corn
pllance wiin Florida Slalules enacted
since Ine adoption of current policre I
February. 1982. and conslisenI with


federal laws
SUMMARY Tne proposed rules iI".
Chhpte[. 6Gx23200. relalling lo The
School Adminislralion. establish annual
-'k. -personnel evaluations asel forth charges
against persons. assaulting school per
sonnel, make changes in SICK leave provi
slons, require written employment con.
1", .' Iracls. and esiabilsn dismissal pro
'tf-' cedures
.. The proposed rules in CnapTer
6Gx23-3 00 relating 0o The School Pro-
S gram. sel north procedures for access To
v'- student records and stipulate Inme reuire.
ment for all post secondary prograr.s to
be approved by the Coorainaling Council
.-._... The proposed rules in Chapler
A,- .. 6Gx23400. relating to Pupils and Pupil
Personnel, declines Preach of conduct
The proposed rules In Chapler
: 60x23-500. relating to Instructional Per-
'-'. sonnel. outline Ine Beginning Teacher
W. Program. slipulale annual personnel
"- ,I evaiualions. and establsn several rules
governing cOnlracts and dismissal pro-
cedures
' ;, The proposed rules in Cnapier
6Gx23-6 00. relating to Non Inslrucllional
Personnel. establish a procedure to file
r, narges it a school employee is



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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1982 .




Florida Hunting Season Calendar for Nimrods


hunters and non-hunters
always displaying ethical
duct when hunting in Floi
wilderness settings.
"Outdoorsmen in our
are fortunate to have the
range of wilderness set
and waterfowl habitat
provide ample opportunity
sport hunting and which
serve to enhance the
source of thousands of Fl
families," he said.
Here is the 1982-83 cale
as released by the Con
sion:

October 2: First phase
mourning dove and w
winged dove season opera
October 17: Archery se


Voices -
assaullFd anoa iiulare leasn.oiir
leave plOvisionS
ECONOMIC IMPACT Tr.eie pro
prolices wil reSull in no Oir,:r
associaled wiItn mplerrneiI
Alinoughn me pioposea police.
-some insiances. require more ana
planning the oairecl cost el the pl
should oe more trin oflsel by
crease in overall eliciency ana
uliimalhor, oI exisltng resources
Ine system
IF REQUESTED, A HEARING Wl
HELD'AT
Time 9'00OA'M EST
Place Boaro Room. Gulf County
Boara Office Gull County Courl
Highway 71, Porl SI Joe Flor.da
Dale. OcioDer 5 1982
Tne e lntre re x of eacn propoI 0-,: ri
Dc inspecled during regular oilice
at Ihe Gulf Crunly School Boarar
Gull County Courlnouse Hignw
Poll Sl Joe, Flonria
Special legal aulnorirt unal ean
aaoplion .5 aulhorizea and the i vw
implemented. ,nlerpreled are
specific
Tne changes are proposeao r C
son. Direclor or Special Program, i
proved for consialeeiaon Dy 6
Wilder. Superinlenaent
AmenramerIs or Aadillorns
Rule 25122 Tile Sick' Lea,
minislralve PPersonnel 270 P-r
Evaluallo, 2 80 Asseaul on Scr.o
sonnel. 2 90 Conril, Is 3 444 I Ac
Sluder.l Records 35d1 Progra,
Adulli.4 46 SuE pensions and Expli
4 461 Sialutory Requirements 5 32
rilcalion, 6511 Sick Leave Nor.
I.onal Personnel

ORDINANCE NO. 134
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO T
PROPRIATION OF FUNDS FOR
FISCAL YEAR 198211983 FOR TH
OF PORT.ST JOE. FLORIDA BY
TING APPROPRIATIONS FOR 196
FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDItI
THE ORDINARY AND RECULA
QUIREMENTS OF THE CITY OF PC
JOE, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 192
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
WHEREAS .Ihe City CorriT.miss.Oc
Ihe opinion thati 1 is necessary lr
mediate proleclion and preaerva
InO peaceIsafety rhealln and proi
the Cily and its innabilanls. ana
vide loi the usual daily operation
City and is deparlmenls Thai I
finance be enacled THEREFORE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOP
THE CITY OF PORT ST JOE
SECTION I Tnere is hereoy ap
ated Ihe sum of $1 117,91000
General Fund Ine sum or 1549,75
the Water ana Sewer Fund. Ine
$31 15000 lor Ihe Oak Grove Wa
Sewer Funa. and I he sum of $4 592
for Ihe Waslewaler Treatment P1
the Fiscal Year 198211983 10o e
Ine operation of sala deparlmenls
Cily o0 PoIl St. Joe Florida, as set
the Budget ana Financial Plan or s
!y on file wilh mine Cily Auadllr/Cle
SECTION II The CHy Clerk is
aulhorlzed ana directed 10 pul
police of Ihe Orainance 3s provi
law
SECTION III Tnis Ordinance sn
effect immediately upon aacpiioo.
*INTRODUCED At Irne Spe.'rl M.
I ine Cily Commssion on Ine 9ir
September,. A D 1982
is Frank Pale. Jr .
*Mayor Comm.issoner

ORDINANCE NO. 135
AN ORDINANCE RELATING Ti
LEVY OF TAXES IN THE CITY F01
ST JOE. FLORIDA. FOR THE TAX
1982. LEVYING AN AD VALOREM
3846 MILLS ON ALL REAL ANi
SONAL PROPERTY WITHIN SAID
WHICH IS NOT EXEMPT UNDE
LAW. FOR THE PURPOSE OF
VIDING FUNDS FOR THE ORD
AND.REGULAR REQUIREMENTS 0
CITY OF PORT ST JOE FOR
YEAR 198211983. PROVIDE AN I
TIVE DATE
WHEREAS Tne Cily Commi;.-i.
ne opnon nai .1 is necessary for
mealaTe proieclion and preserve
Ine peace. sally realln and proi
Ihe CIVl and IsE ,nnabilanls. ana
vide lor tne usual daily ooeraionr
Cily and us deparimer.Is. thal I
finance be enacled
THEREFORE.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOP
THE CITY OF PORT ST JOE
SECTION I Tnai there De. and I
hereby levied and assessed upon
perty. bolh Real ana Personal A i
Corporate Limits ol Ihe Cily o1 i
Joe. not exempl rlom laatllon Dy l
silluliOn and I as ofl le Stlae .1 I
Ine following Ad Valorem Tax lor I
1982
A. A Tax of 3846 mills upon ihe
dollar 01 assessed valuallor
for Ire purposes of provider.(
lor lunaO for me ordinary rad
regular purpose ol Ihe CII, o
Port Si Joe Floriaa for the
Fiscal Year 198211983 "sai
valuation 10C De asea upor
Ihe Assessmenl Roll of sail
City as previously approved
ana aoopled
SECTION I1 This Ordinance sh
effect Immedialely upon adODtiorn
INTRODUCED at Ihe Special I
of the Cily Commission on Ine 9gr
September. A D. 1982
1sr Frank Pale. Jr.
Mayor.Commissioner

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED I
The Board ot County Comnissico
Guil County will receive sealed br
any person, company, or corpoia
leresled in selling rne Counly the
Ing de3cribed personal properly
Repairs on D.5 Caterpilfar Tra
(Serial No 94J16051
Bids will De received uelli 900
A M. ED T OctoDe' 12.1982. alir.,
ol the Clerk of Circull Courl. o10C
Slreer Porl SI Joe. FL 32456 Tne
reserves rhe righI TO relecl any
bidas
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
Jirmmy O Gortman. Chairman


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Saturday and Sundays only
through October 23;
Rabbits may be taken
throughout the year.
Sportsmen are reminded to
consult the Florida Hunting
Handbook for complete regu-
lations. permits and license
requirements. Also, regula-
tions for state wildlife man-
agement areas may differ.
Sportsmen are asked to obtain
the state Wildlife Manage-
ment Area Summary and
individual management area
regulations and maps for
details
The counties in the North-
west Region are Escambia.
Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Wal-
ton, Holmes, Washington,
Bay, Jackson, Calhoun. Gulf.
Franklin, Liberty, Gadsden,
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alike, closes statewide; t
I con- October 22-24: Muzzleload- c
rida's ing gun season (statewide); p
October 31: First phase of w
state mourning dove and white- (
wide winged dove season closes;
ttings November 6: Crow season s
that opens statewide; snipe season s
ty for opens statewide; l
also November 9: Rail and galli- (
food nule season closes;' p
orida November 13: White-tailed c
deer season opens throughout d
endar. the state; season opens for i
imis- gobblers or bearded turkeys in, 2
Alachua County and turkeys
of either sex in remainder of (
se of the counties of the state; black
vhite- bear season opens in Baker
ns; arid Columbia counties; bob- s
eason white quail season opens;
gray squirrel season opens; d
fox squirrel .season opens,
except in Lee, Hendry, Palm o
Beach, Monroe, Collier, Bro- (
r. sick ward and Dade counties; wild L


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b ae

ann Opens On
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mAin. O

BE Dove Sat.

Scnooil The 1982-83 mourning and
r..:.u-;a, white-winged dove season be- d
32456 gins at noon on Saturday,
October 2 and dove hunters e
.,sur, would do well to know more (
OIi.ce than just the shooting hours e
,ay 71 and season dates. a
en the Lt: Col. Brantly Goodson, E
. being director of the Division of Law a
.T..de Enforcement for the Game l
T Iar and Fresh Water Fish Com-
anaap mission, reminds hunters to s
vWaler adhere to state and federal c
regulations on migratory c
Ao game bird hunting. c
lor,.-i One of the most often
01 Per overlooked regulations that is (
,, of particular importance to
u-:ic.ns. dove hunters is that it is illegal
31 Cer. for two or more hunters to
i'"ru place their daily bag limit in
Ir9 16 one common spot, like. an ice
chest, unless each bird is
HE AP- tagged with the hunter's name
R THE and the date it was taken.
E CITY
ADOP. "Law enforcement person-
21,983 nel have a difficult time
G FOR determining if a particular
4R RE.
ORTST hunter is within the daily bag
211983. limit when a group of his
DATE companions have put all their
r'hei, birds in one spot," Goodson
1ion or said. "Our advice to any dove
perf, of hunter-is not to hold, store or
I0 o In transport the birds of another
ri Or. hunter in any manner unless
LE OF all these birds are properly
LE OF tagged."
ppropri Another frequently over-
for me looked regulation is the one
300 for
sum of prohibiting shooting doves
Tei ana over a baited field, often
2.948 00 because hunters are unaware
lani for
used in the field in which they are
-c.r me hunting has been baited.
lorth in "Enticements of grain con-
Ft, C centrate birds in a small area
nerevy resulting in a disproportionate
"s. a distribution," Goodson said.
,c' by It is' iot' necessary for the
a i;w.e hunter to know an area is
-,ri ;baited to be in violation,
,oa, o according to federal hunting
regulations.
The regulations permit'
2 9 3 shooting doves on or over
standing crops, grain crops..
properly, shocked on the field
O THE where grown, or grains found
F PORT
SEAR scattered solely as a result of
TAX OF normal agricultural opera-
o PER tions.
D C'T The first phase of the dove
R THE
PRO season is October 2 through 31
DINARY from noon until sunset. Shoot-
FSCALTE ing hours for the second and
EFFEC third phases, from November
13 through 28, and December
,y. is o, 11 to January 3, will be from
rIr.e -T.
oro, or one-half hour before sunrise to
-ei1 oi sunset.
Io pro The dady bag limit of doves
In c-lhe
nr, Or is 12 birds of which no more
than four can be white-winged
L doves.
PLE OF Hunters are reminded they '
more is must use plugged shotguns
cr 0.o when hunting any migratory
prr sT birds, such as dove. '


hog season opens where de- opens for Saturdays and Sun-.
;lared legal game; second days through February 20;
)hase of mourning dove and January 17: Second phase of-
white-winged dove season statewide duck and coot sea-,
opens; son closes;
November 24: First phase of January ,18: Special scaup
statewide duck and, coot sea-'. I bluebill) season begins in all
son opens. In Leon County arid open waters of Charlotte Har-r
Lake Miccosukee in Jefferson '.bor from the Florida Power
County, waterfowl hunting and Light line, four miles east,
permitted only on Wednes- of U.S. Highway 41 bridge on
lays, Saturdays and Sundays the Peace River, and from the
luring the open season (also El Jobean Bridge (State Road
n these areas on November 776) on the Myakka River to a
25-26); line running from Boca
November 28: Second phase Grande Pass east through
of mourning dove and white- Bokeelia to the mainland; all
winged dove season closes; open waters of Tampa Bay,
December 4: Woodcock sea- all open waters of Sarasota
son opens; Bay south to the Albee Road
.December 5: First phase of Bridge; all open waters of
luck and coot season closes; Lemon Bay; all open waters of
December 11: Second phase Biscayne Bay lying south of
of duck and coot season the Biscayne National Monu-
opens. In Leon County and ment to and including Barnes
Lake Miccosukee in Jefferson Sound; all open waters of
County, waterfowl hunting Indian River south from State
permitted only on Wedne- Road 516; and all open waters
lays, Saturdays and Sundays of Estero Bay.
and December 23-24, Decem- January 30: White-tailed
ber 30-31, and January' 17; .deer season closes in the.
third phase of mourning dove. Northwest Region.
and white-winged dove season January 31: Special scaup
opens: (bluebillb season closes.
January 3: Third phase of February 5: Special muzzle-
mourning dove and white- loading gun and archery sea-
winged dove season closes; son opens in the Notrthwest,
January 9: White-tailed Region.
leer season closes in-Central, February 6: Woodcock sea-
South, Everglades and North-. son closes.
east regions; either-sex deer February 20: Crow and
lay in all areas of the state, snipe seasons close; special
excluding management areas muzzleloading gun and ar-
and that portion of the eastern chery season in the Northwest
Everglades south of the Tami- Region closes.
ami Trail (U.S. Highway 41 March 6: Bobwhite quail,
ying east of the Everglades gray squirrel and fox squirrel
National Park); turkey sea- seasons close.
son closes; black bear season March 19: Spring season for
closes in Baker and Columbia, bearded turkeys or gobblers
counties; Wild hog season opens;
closes; April 24: Spring season
January 11: Crow season closes for bearded turkeys or
closes; gobblers;
January 15: Crow season May 21: Crow season opens


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