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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: October 7, 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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THE TA R

Industry -.Deep Water Port-- Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1982


47% Vote Elects


Birmingham, Redd, In Primary
Bvrrmthei sayNvmbe,3 e-fcsRpbia poiini


r When ,incumbent County servants will take o'
Commissioner Douglas C. Bir- four year terms of
mingham went to bed Tuesday
night, there was an outside
*1 U chance he could wind up the
Slower in. the lone County G ul
Commission race on the Gulf
County ballot Tuesday.
SSchool B board neumbent
Fred'Greer knew for a cer-
'tainty he had o st.his seat to
"new-comer, Oscar David
Redd. Straw Ballot
SWith 202 absentee ballots Yes No
still to be counted on Wednes- 178 53
day morning, Birmingham 2 109 46
took a margin of 161votes over 3 58 27
challenger W. J. (.Dude) Fort- 7
ner, who came out of nowhere 4 34 10
to challenge Birmingham and 5 67 201
S political veteran Kenneth 6 77 '10
Whitfield in the first primary 7 05 10
held in September. 8 81 74
Sd c BWith an overcast day and 1 5
DOUGLAS C.oBIRMINGHAM threatening rain all day long, 9 139 15 P c
Gulf County still sent one of 10 242 17
the largest percentages of its 11 261 54
S calectors to the polls of any A 14 15
h d a t county in the state of Florida, 3A 24
o ea n"sr sa as w ih proe first primary, which was the ot 1
S c l o D ra gs atur-o"tinis ballo cuot. in he1s38a9
largest, percentage-wise, of
any county in the state.
e o p V o t Gulf County had 47 percent
cast their ballots on Tuesday.
Gulf County voters from all over the county, stated The county's few Republi-
emphatically at the polls Tuesday they did not want to approx mely 7 u-
anllow. scallop drags to be operated in St. Joseph Bay. cans approximate ly 70 -
At contention for at least four years, the matter of responded een more lightly,
whether or not to allow scallop dragging at all in the bay dlyTema n in the
surfaced during that part of the year when the drags had all Tuesday. Only 18 of the
een outlawed by a past request of the County county's Republicans bother- A truck driver n
been outlawed by a past request of' the Countymmission. ed to vote in the second escaped a death by el
Commission ry ca n
In its latest appearance before the Commission, the primary contest. tion in an accident on
board decided to hold a public hearing on the matter and Birmingham, a first term 71 late Tuesday even
see if the.citizens of the county were really serious in member.of. the County board, Port St. Joe Police Pa
wanting the dragg kept out' of the.bay. r received 1,542of.the votes cast Janmes McGee was sen
The straw ~'"l'Teia'dy, whTii was ihstituied td in the m~ft b"th i Td dday, -hodptal-With .pos1ib
take the place of the public hearing gave the answer while Fortner polled 1,381 and Iback injuries
the drags are not welcome, votes, two-car. collision or
Opponents of the mechanical harvesting -of the Greer, a three-term veteran Avenue last, Saturday
popular.: seafood had come to be a strong."'point for on the School Board4 collected Tuesday evening, Ba
argument in recent months, as those opposed to the 1,245 votes in machine ballot- Goode, driving a track
drags made thelclaim they were churning up'the bottom ing, while Redd came out of -McKenzie Tank Line
of the bay and destroying sea grasses which protect and the precinct voting with 1,583 driving a load of tall oi6
feed other marine-life essential to the .sports fishermen ballots cast in his favor. Port St. Joe when his
and sealife in this area. The absentee ballots, ex- hit a large hole in the h
Those who used the drags blamed the bay bottom pected to be finally tabulated about seven and a ha]
damage on those who shrimp from small boats, around noon Wednesday, north of White City,
Whatever the cause, the people of Gulf County have could make no difference in off onto the should
said, emphatically on a 1,389 to 362 vote, that they do not the School Board election turning the truck ove
want those,scallop drags in St. Joseph Bay. while there is an extremely right side .
Now, it remains for the County. Commission to remote chance they could According to Florid
request the Department of Natural Resources to act on make a difference in the way Patrol Trooper, B
the local request. County Commission race. win, the careening
The newly-elected public struck a power po



LandoCompany Wants



Park. Proper yRetuned


yver their Tuesday, November 23. Nei- faces Republican opposition in
duty on other of the nominated officers November.


:County Vote by Precinct

County School Board REPUBLICAN
Commissioner Member U.S. Senator
District 2 District 1
it Birmingham Fortner Greer Redd Bludworth Poole

292 182 223 252 1 0
223 181 162 227 0 1
84 70 27 125 0 0
22 41 30 29 0 1
46 75 53 65 0 0
46 71 45 70 0 0
62 81 67 76 1 1
176 265 167 225 1 1
127 97 96 126 0 0
209 102 154 150 3 0
216 192 204 199 0 0
12 10 6 16 5 1
27 13 11 23 1 1
1542 1381 1245 1583 12 6



L Driver Has A Close


ith Death Tuesday


narrowly severed a high voltage trans-
ectrocu-' mission line. The line fell
Highway across the truck when it
ing, and turned over on.its side.
trolman Goode, not aware the wire
nt to the4 lwas on the truck, kicked out
le-niedlVed'tW-Witishield-tb crawl out of
from a.'ai the truck. Luckily,' the shorted
I Long line threw .a breaker' some-
night. where, allowing Goode to exit
irney R. the truck in safety.
actor for -:. a .M-., -,
es, was, ,,
I toward IlI
tractor I 1P "
highway I -
If miles i
veering
er and
r on its

a High-
Bill God-
le and ..f.-,


Godwin said no charges had
been filed in the accident.
In the earlier accident in
Port St. Joe Saturday night,
charges are still pending from
an accident where a pick-up
truck' and the 'police-rar
collided at the intersection of
Long Avenue and Eighth
Street.
(Continued On Page 3)


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OSCAR DAVID REDD


No Change

When Absentee Ballots Counted
Canvassers completed the task of tallying the results
from the 202 absentee ballots cast in the second primary
election, held Tuesday of this week, at 10:30 Wednesday:
morning.
The results from the absentees, followed about the same
trend set by the regular balloting on the voting machines
during the day. The only exception was the School Board
race. In the regular balloting, Oscar Redd gained a victory
on the regular voting. In the absentee balloting, incumbent
Fred Greer posted a two point edge, but not enough to
overcome Redd's formidable lead.
An official tally of the absentee votes shows the straw
ballot was still overwhelmingly approved, with 132 "yes"
Svotes to .only,.49 "jgn" votes, opposing scallop drags in St.
Joseph Bay.
Douglas Birmingham had 102 absentees to 95 for W. J.
Fortner. Fred Greer posted 99 absentee votes to 97 for Oscar
Redd.
'.WI i,.
.ilN"a ir


St. Joe Paper Company
served notice on the City of'
Port St. Joe by letter last night
that they want their property'
back which is now being used
for a softball field on Gautier
Lane.
In a letter, signed by
Vice-president Robert Nedley,
the company advised the City
they were serving the 30-day
notice required in the lease
deed to vacate the property by
December.
The City has several park
areas, which are on property
owned by the St. Joe Paper
Company or one of its affili-
ates, which it leases for the fee
of $1.00 per year, plus taxes on
the property involved. The
softball stadium in question is
one of their properties.
In his letter, Nedley stated.
the field seems to be out of the
City recreation program pic-
ture and is not now being used
on a regular basis., Since the
company is in the process of
developing a, new subdivision'
in this area, the stadium
property could be destined to.
1 become a part of that develop-
ment.
S. The property, owned offi-
e ally by St. Joseph Land and
Development Company, has
been used as a park and
Softball field for at least 30
years. The notice to the City
says the lease will be can-
celled effective November 1,
1982, but gives the City until
December 31, 1982, to remove
: all improvements made to the
property, including fences,
lights, etc.


The letter of notice closes
with the statement, "Our,
cancellation of this lease is.
based solely upon our long
range plans for the site. As the
ballpark is not being utilized
by the Recreational Depart-
ment for any organized
leagues we felt this was the
most convenient time to can-
cel the lease for all parties
concerned".
The Commission tentatively
'agreed to try to re-negotiate
the lease to allow the softball
field to remain in operation.
PERMIT GRANTED
The City's Wastewater
Treatment plant received a
. stamp of approval for renewal
of their temporary operating
permit this past week, after ani
inspection of the plant by
representatives of the Depart-
ment of Environmental Regu-
lation.
A'few days prior, the City
had received a notice from the
United States Environmental
Protection Agency, calling
their attention to several
violations of" the operating
permit and asking the City to
present a statement showing
why the violations occurred.
DER, the state agency,
issued a report onr their
inspection which summariz-
ed: "The overall facility rat-
ing of conditional acceptance
is given to the facility. The
sampling results reveal that
the facility was in compliance
with the permit limits at the
time of this sampling inspec-
tion."
The EPA (federal agency)


report, scored the plant for
being out of compliance and
requesting an explanation
why.. .
The City instructed R. H..
Jones, of Jones, Edmunds and
Associates, Inc., engineers,
-currently designing corrective
structures for the plant, to
write EPA explaining the
situation as it exists now.


Jones and Edmunds are
currently designing seven cor-
rective measures to be taken
at the plant, as4 well as
compiling data to allow the
City to go to DER and EPA
requesting an emission stan-
dard which is the same as
other similar plants; a situa-
tion which would substantially
(Continued On Page 3)


*The driver of this truck barely escaped with his life
Tuesday evening. The pole lying across the truck carried a


high-voltage line which went dead when it was knocked down
when the truck turned over on Highway 71. -Star photo:


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Are Sworn In

New Kiwanis Club officers took over. their
responsibilities, guiding the local civic club
Tuesday, when District Governor, Dan Rosof seated
the officer slate at a regular club meeting.
Rosof, second from left, along with past
president, Willie Renfro, left, administered the oath
of office' to President, John Gilmore, Vice-
President, Ed McCain and Secretary-Treasurer, Al
Ray.
Named to the Board of Directors were Al Ray,
Willie Renfro, E. B. Miller, Ed McCain and John
Gilmore. -Star photo


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USPS 518-880

FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 6




I. ';


Editorials and Opinions


Lt'


Let's Hear Both



Bands


It's our information from one
who actually heard the admonition
given, that the Wewahitchka band
Didn't perform at half time in
Wewahitchka at the football game
recently, because they were warned
by an official for the game that their
team would be penalized if their
program ran over the three minutes
left in the half time break.
We contacted the High School
and found that state rules call for a
specific rest period between football
game halves, but there is no ruling
requiring penalties to teams if their
band goes over the allowed time in
S their performance. So, apparently,
S this particular ruling was the
] personal ruling ot the official and not
:..a hard rule of the High School
Athletic Association.
Port St. Joe's band received the
-same warning in Havana and
.. :-chopped their program to come
.within the time limit. The Port St.
S.. .Joe band performed first at the
,, Wewahitchka game and gave the
entire program, which wasn't overly
,. ong. We say, if there was still not
, :.enough time left for the Wewahitch-
P. :ka band to perform, then there was
,. 'ot enough time allotted at the half
i'-ime in the first place.
We don't think the extra five or
ten minutes it would take for both
S bands to perform on those occasions
:-when they happen to run overtime
m :'would hurt anything or affect the
outcome of the game.



., You May I
^^*:.,


e Shocked


If we are looking at the game as
a student function, which we most
certainly should be, then we have to
consider there are more students
involved in either or both bands than
are involved in the football team.
The students who practice for the
half-time ceremony, though it is
brief, have spent just as much or
maybe more time in their prepara-
tion as has the football team. Their
maneuvers are just as intricate
and require just as much teamwork
as the football game. Their parents
want to see their accomplishments
displayed just as much as the
parents of the football players.
This isn't to diminish the
importance of football or the team or
to belittle the game. Heaven knows
we enjoy it to the fullest each and
every Friday night. It just seems to
us that the band, who works so hard
and has so many students involved,
should be given sufficient, if not all
the time they need to perform their
show between the half times. We
realize there are those who would
take advantage of a situation where
they could get all the time they
wanted. The officials are hired
because they can make quick
judgments and be right the great
percentage of the time. They could
also use this ability to make
judgements on the half time show
also and give the bands both of
them ample but not excessive
time to do their thing for admiring
mommas, poppas and spectators.


L 1; Gulf County has never had a three trips a week.
.-problem quite like it will have in In other words, if a suitable site
tee months if some' place isn't'- isn"t-fotund in three. months in Which
piid tb dump oifir garVh'aiVhidh '"t Io d l'a TidfillX6i ire going to
.: .will be acceptable to the Depart- witness the biggest scramble for
S".mrnent of Environmental Regulation. money you have ever seen in Gulf
S- That isn't an easy job to ac- County, to haul garbage and bury it.
complish finding a place which It's that kd of situation.
swill satisfy DER. They are a might Don't think heading off this
pickyy when it comes to burying gar- problem is going to be simple. The
Sibage on the one hand and on the County Commission has tried no less
-I" other hand, there is hardly anyplace than a half dozen sites on the DER
n' L: the south end of Gulf County over the past four or five years, in an
i -which could meet their require- attempt to secure a burial site the
7 `ments simply because of the nature land owner will allow to be used and
"of our county, the DER will approve as a suitable
But, if a suitable place isn't site. Getting these two gears to mesh
I Ey rS,,' found in the next three months, you has proven to be a Rubik's Cube of a
, .:will have garbage trucks from Port problem in itself. The more you twist
..St. Joe going to the only approved it, the more mixed up it gets.
i:,-dump site in the county Buckhorn What we're saying is, just get
:-every day. Or, you will have some set. You may be shocked at how
..taxing body scraping around and much the alternative to this vexing
: trying to get a compactor together to problem will cost us when the
'cut these trips from south to north hammer finally comes down in three
with the south's garbage to two or months.



: A Genuine Author-Mickey
I HAD A COPY of a column sent to concerned is. are we in her novel? visitors
-me the other day, from the San According to the column she has plenty g
.:Francisco Examiner. The column was written, the book other second the The
:by Mickey Friedman, who will be first one failed to get published) she is have an:
..remembered here in Port St. Joe by writing has the title. "Hurricane Sea- I reme
'"those whi have lived here for 20 years
'.or longer as Mickey Thompson, daugh-
..:ter of Laura Geddie.
Mickey writes a column, "Book

In" this particular column, Mickey
.: -was writing about one particular book
-- h sre I


S I read this news with some
'misgivings.
You see, back in the 50's, when
:Frenchie and I set up our housekeeping
in our first very own house along with
:the mortgage company) we did this
.thing on Marvin Avenue and we were
:.-back yard neighbors to Mickey, her
:mother, Laura, and her step father,
Henry Geddie. There wasn't anything
between our house and theirs except a
low wire fence, a light pole and two
. garbage cans. That doesn't make for
very much privacy for either party.
THE THING WHICH has me sort of
THE THING WHICH has me sort of


son" and the setting is a small town in
rural Florida in the 50's, according to
the words of Mickey. I'm wondering if
that small rural Florida town is Port St.
Joe and to be more specific, is it set in
the back yards of Marvin and Garrison
Avenues?
When we lived on Marvin Avenue
with our brood of kids, and the Wayne
Buttran's brood of kids and the
Macombers' pair and the EllIzey's pair,
and the Blan's pair and all the regular


THE STAR


THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1982


AA MAN'S WORLD



The Golf Nut

'/lls B, SHAD PHANTRY


There are countless stories
about golf that will bore you to
death. Most avid golfers can
tell you tales about holes in
one, unbelievable putts or
impossible shots made on any
number of golf courses. This is


not one of those stories,
This is a story of love,
between a man and a woman.
It was related to me by a close
friend who was the man in the
story. At the time this touch-
ing sotry occurred he was a


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.. .


D


Thanks for

Presenting

Film Series
Dear Wesley,
We would like to express
appreciation to Mr. Walter
Scott, St. Joe Drugs, and Rev
William Smith, Pastor, Beach
Baptist Chapel, for all their
efforts in bringing to the
community Dr. James Dob-
son's "Focus on the Family"
Seminar. It was very mean-
ingful, and we came away
from each session with a ,
deeper sense of our responsi-
bility as Christian parents.
Of the sessions we attended.
we enjoyed particularly the
one on "Christian Fathering."
Dr. Dobson stated, "All over
this country little children are
reaching for fathers who
aren't there. If America is
going to survive, it will be
because husbands and fathers
begin to put their families at
the highest level of priorities
and reserve something of their
(Continued On Page 3)


Having

Problems

With Ditchk
I respectfully request the'''
people (voters) of Mexico
Beach to come to the aid of my
uncle and aunt, Hanna and
Odell Justice, 13th St., and to
us.
Come see the lovely ditch
Mexico Beach officials dug in
front of their residence. They
are being serviced (water)
from a rubber hose for nearly
six weeks, now.
The ditch serves no purpose.
It empties nowhere except at
their front doo.' They paid to
have their lot filled- to 'City
specifications- in 1975.,The
land in front of their property,
and ours, next door, was
always nicely mowed. We had
good natural drainage. The
next lot was filled with sand.
So, to drain on us, a ditch was
dug. We paid hundreds of
dollars more for our lot-
filled, to specifications- to
(Continued On Page 3)


free-wheeling, dashing, silver-
tongued bachelor in pursuit of
the eternal conquest, women.
One day while making a
business call in a distant city
he chanced to see a very
attractive woman walking
through an office next to the
business where he was mak-
ing a call. She was 'so
stunningly beautiful, he recal-
led, that when she walked by


he almost fainted! As a matter
of fact, he related, his knees
buckled and he went blind, at
least temporarily.
Before he could recover she
had disappeared into the
office. Being a man well
versed in the tactics of 'hot
pursuit' it was not too difficult
for him to find out who she was
and all the pertinent informa-
tion needed to make the
necessary contact to set up a
meeting. The first meeting, he
hoped, would lead to other,
more intimate dates,
The information he received
was more than he had hoped
for. She was single, as he was,
was not dating anyone
'steady' and loved the basic
things young singles enjoy.,
One thing he learned that was
particularly appealing was


October is the Month for


PAGE TWO


that she was a "golf nut." How
lucky could he be? Golf was
his game!
He had a mutual friend
introduce him and after a
brief conversation brought up
the subject of golf. He saw her
eyes light up and, as expected,
she told him she also played.
He feigned surprise but that
was the opening he was
waiting for. He then asked her
to play a round (of golf) with
him at a local, plush country
club. She readily accepted. He
did not remember leaving the
building.
They met for lunch on the
agreed date and immediately
thereafter teed 'off. It was a
beautiful day; not too hot aind
not too cold. She was, in fact, a
very good golfer and his game
(Continued On Page 3)


Wildflowers


SFriedman-Has Grown Up In Our


to the neighborhood, there was
going on to write a novel about.
goings on in those days didn't
thing to do with a hurricane as
mber, but who would have


going to Paris to live for six months and
of course write another novel.
I NEVER HAD the urge to write a
novel myself. In the .first place, I


RDkU


By: Wesley R. Romsey


noticed a mere hurricane?
+ + +

IN MICKEY'S COLUMN of Sep-
tember 13, which was sent to us, Mickey
announces she is putting her column on
the back burner for six months Now
that she has had her first book
published, she must have the fever or
be addicted to having novels published
(a feeling I am told is easy to get) or she
is tired of writing. She announced she is


wouldn't know where to start nor would
1 know which way to go if I did start.
Mickey gives some novel-writing
advice in her "Hail and Farewell"
column and one of these sage pieces of
how to tells one not to write a novel
unless he or she has to: That is, unless
the compulsion to write a novel hurts,
leave it alone.
I believe I will.

THE READER'S DIGEST, that


paragon of respectability and middle of
the road straddling,, has had it's
moment of notoriety now. For years, it
was read, the jokes filed away by after
dinner speakers, its pithy quotations
remembered by some and its condens-
ed novels devoured by those who didn't
have time to read the whole book.
Now, says the Reverend Jerry
Falwell and some other so-called
religious leaders, the Reader's Digest
has gone too far. It has condensed the
book, the Bible. It has taken the Bible
and cut out many of the begats and
begots, the repititious. entries of hap-
penings, many of the lengthy descrip-
tions and cut the Bible down to almost
half size.
The Readers Digest doesn't extol
their new version as the "Holy Bible"
as most publishers of the book do. They
label it the "Reader's Digest Bible"
which leaves no doubt of its origin with
those who would read it.
The Digest claims not to have
changed the wording, the meaning or
translation of any of the material they
have included in their version of the
Bible:


rMidst
I find it amusing that Falwell or
any other minister should slam this
effort by Reader's Digest to present the
Bible in condensed form .in order to
encourage more people to read it. Their
claim is that some of the Bible has been
left out.
I have never gone to church and
heard a single preacher get up and read
the entire Bible when he starts to
preach. He usually reads only a few
verses and hangs his theological hat on
these few verses when he goes to
preach.
If we're going to get the word. of
God in toto, shouldn't the preacher read
the whole thing? Isn't he guilty of
(heaven forbid) condensing the Bible
when he gives us his Sunday message?
I say more power to Readers'
Digest. From past experience, I believe
they will follow closely the material
they find it prudent to put in their
version of the Bible. I also hold the
conviction that reading the Bible, even
a condensed version, will hurt nobody-if
they read it with the intention of finding
truth and not to start or settle an
argument.


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


is feet above or below the
mean water line.


Oct. 7
Oct. 8
Oct. 9
Oct. 10
Oct.11
Oct. 12
Oct. 13
Oct. 14


High Ht. Low Ht.
222 1.9 1307 ,4
319 2.0 1421 .1
419 2.0 1527 .A
522 2.0 1627 1
631 1.9 1724 .2
744 1.8 1809 .3
903 1.6 1848 .5
1035 1.4 1856 .7


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Land Co. --


relieve the City's emis
requirements and allow i
be in compliance, even as
plant is now operating.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business items,
commission:,
c-Noegotiated with the C
Watson Company of Dotl
Alabama to replace a n
electrical transmission lin
the Wastewater Treatn
Plant at a negotiated pric
$155,029. Watson had bid $r


Wreck.


-The police car, which was'
traveling south on Long Ave-
nue was driven by officer
James McGee, who was taken
to a PanAma City hospital
with possible neck and back
injuries. -
According to Trooper God-
win, a pick-up truck, driven by
Erik Tomlinson, of 1010 Garri-


sion 000 for the job, but the City felt
t to this was too high.
the -Allowed the Senior Citi-
zens organization to use an
additi nal office space adja-
the cent to their present opera-
tional site.
. P. -Tentatively reached an
ian, agreement with Material
nain Transfer, Inc., to allow the
e at firm to put down piling and tie
nent barges in the Gulf County
e of Canal in front of the WWP
175,- property.

(Continued From Page 1)


east on Eighth Street and
failed to stop at the sign.
The two vehicles collided
with a glancing blow at the
intersection and, caroomed off
into the y ,4d of the I. C.
Lupton ho ., .The police car
struck the house slightly dam-
aging the home but doing
extensive front end:damage to


son Avenue, was traveling the patrol car.



Shad Phantry -

(Continued From Page 2): you to the, nicest restaurant in
was going exceedingly well. town and buy you the biggest
As a matter of fact, it was thp steak and the best wine, they
best he had ever played; He have!"
could not believe his good She was, ecstatic! "Oh
fortune. He could tell she was great!" he recalled her shout-
very impressed with him-and, ing, "I hope you make it!"'
especially, his golf ability. With every ounce of mental
On the last hole, a long par and physical strength trained


four, they both had good on the putter, Dau and nole, ne
drives and their second shots lined up the putt, stroked and
hit the green. His ball was made it! He stood speechless
about twenty-five feet from as a feeling of joy, happiness
the hole and her's was about and expectation flooded his
the same distance or a little mind and body.
less. It was decided that he It was now her turn to putt.
was away and would putt first. She walked to her ball and just
As he approached his ball to before lining up her putt, she
putt a flash of inspiration hit looked at him and said, "you
him. He stopped, and looking know, this is a funny coinci-
at her with genuine determi- dence. If I make this putt it
nation, said; "If I make this will be the best round I have
putt it will be the best round of ever shot. If I make it I'll tell
golf I have ever shot and to you what we are going to do.
celebrate I am going to take Tonight, after we have had








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Barbara Eells, faculty spon-
sor to the Wheelettes at Port
St. Joe High School had two of
her charges at the Rotary
Club meeting last Thursday to
tell Rotarians of some of their
activities.
Rene Barton, president of
the girl's civic club at the
school, said plans had been
tentatively made for an ex-
tremely active year. "We
have plans made for several
projects and activities
throughout the school year we
hope to get accomplished",
she said. The projects include
activities for the girls. and
civic projects for the school
and community.
One of the most charitable
activities planned by the girls
is a trip to the Apalachicola
nursing home around Christ-
mas time to spend the day
with the clients there.
Cynthia Miller, vice-presi- .
dent of the organization said,
"We are trying to. bring our
club to the point where every
girl will consider it an honor to
be a Wheelette".
The high school girls group
is sponsored by the Rotary
Club and has been active for
about six years.




that steak and wine, I am
going to invite you to my place
for some soft music and some
of the sweetest loving you
have ever had."
"Pick up'your ball! was his
immediate reply. "That's a
'gimme' if I've ever seen
one!"
Fast thinking, silver-
tongued devil!!!


Films


(Continued From Page 2)
time, effort and energy for
leadership within their own
homes." -
According to Dr. o6bson,
Cornell University conducted
iastudy of the amount of time
middle-class fathers spent
with their small children each
day. The result averaged out
at 37.7 seconds a day. Before
the test, however, the fathers
had guessed they spent some-
thing like 40 minutes with
.their, childr.en,.kNot even. one.
minute of each.day.
Last year Dr. Dobson was
invited to speak on 750 dif-
ferent occasions. He accepted
only two. Not because he
didn't enjoy the financial
rewards or the recognition,
but because, as he stated, "I
want to evangelize as 'many
people' as possible, but my
number one: job is to evan-
gelize my children." His child-
ren and their spiritual welfare,
are his priority. ;
If America is -going to
survive, perhaps it will be
when other busy fathers reali-
ze how much their children
need them and want them
Mothers are important, to be
sure, .but according to Pro-
verbs 17:6, "Children's child-
ren are the crown of old men;
and the glory of children are
their fathers." -
Sincerely,
Dawne Ford



Ditch
(Continued From Page 2)
the street. We could 'have
saved ourselves a pretty pen-
ny buying another unfilled lot.
Why are the lots-, as ours
was- filled up to the street on
14th, but we are told we must
have a ditch on, 13th?
Come on--Just some more
Mickey Mouse we always get
at Mexico Beach. Most of the
questions my husband asked
of the Administrative Assist-
ant met with- of course,- a
shrug.
I wantmy black dirt return-
ed to my property. I paid for it
to make our street look as,
good as 14th or any other.
My Aunt and Uncle are
bearing the brunt of the health
hazard, because their front
yard is falling away into the
ditch.
You may receive some
fancy rebuttal, now. But as
usual, no good property up-
,grading, city beautification
action for the recent re-
evaluated property for tax
purposes.
We couldn't sell our pro-
perty now to any intelligent
person. Let's call the pictures,
"The Ditch That Goes No-
where."
Another spoiled vacation
and another headache for us.
What engineering feats we
always face here.
Don and Joan Colley
Owners, Lot 17
Mexico Beach


Last Rites HeldI
for Pearlie West
:Mrs. Pearlie Burkett West,,
died October 3 after a long il-
Iness at her home in Geneva,
County, Alabama. She: was 77
years of age and was of the
Baptist faith. '\
Her family was among the
early settlers' of the area.
Deeds are on file in, the
Geneva County Courthouse
dating to. before the Civil War
by her grandfather, W. H.
Burkett and her grandmother,,
Sally Yates Burkett. Her,


father was Henry Augustus
, Burkett, and her mother was
America Pridgeon ,Burkett.
She was the wife of the Henry
SThurman West, deceased.
She ,is survived by three
children, T. D. West of
Geneva, Alabama, H. T. West
of Port St. Joe and Mrs. Jean
Ramer of Opp, Alabama, and
eight grandchildren.
Church and graveside ser-
viJ.q fp hLr ld TC i d u O


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1982


Blanton Dies In Vet Hospital


Wheelettes Getting Active


vices were nei ia uesuay, c./Lt
tober; 5, with Rev. Ron Graveside funeral services
Thames officiating. Burial, will be held Thursday at the
followed 'in the family family plot in Jehu Cemetery
cemetery at Earlytown, Ala. of Wewahitchka with Rev.


Wrong Price
An error was found in the Piggly Wiggly
advertisement this week, but, naturally, it was found
after the section of the paper had run and it was too late,
to make any corrections in the advertisement.
The completed ad layout was perused by the staff at
The Star, proof-read by the managers of the super
market, and still the error remained hidden right there
in plain view.
The ground beef price on the ad should read $1.18 per
pound in a 3 pound package. The ad DOES read
(mistakenly), Ground Beef, $1.38 per pound in a 3 pound
package.
The Star and Piggly Wiggly regret the error.


R L Blanton, 63, of Wewa-
hitchka, passed away Monday
at the Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital in Gainesville.
He was a native of Alabama
and had lived in Wewahitchka
\for the past eight years. Mr.
Blanton had also served in the
U. S. Air Force and was a
member of the V.F.W.
Survivors include his
daughter, Linda Jimerson of
Wewahitchka; two sons,
Robert Blounton of Madison,
and Terry Blanton of Tuskee-
gee, Alabama; two brothers,
J. C. Blanton of Pahokee and
Jonathan Blanton of Seattle,
Washington; four sisters,
Mamilou Stalvey of Blount-
stown, Jessie Banks and Ada
Hoffmeyer, both of Winter
Garden, and Eddis Brannen of
Lakeland; three grand-
children, Michael Jimerson,
Robert Blanton and Crystal
Blanton.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1982


PAGE FOUR


Angela Deneen Jenkins and Ray


Charles West Exchange Vows


Candlelight vows uniting
Angela Deneen Jenkins and
Ray Charles West were ex-
changed in the Highland View
Assembly of God Church of
Port St. Joe. The wedding was
S :an event of Saturday, Septem-
:i er 11, at 6:00 P.M. The
- ceremony was performed by
S."Rev. Leon Jenkins, uncle of
:the bride.
The bride is the daughter of
;' Mr. and Mrs: Wadell Jenkins
of Port St. Joe. Her grand-
*':mothers are Mrs. Berlie Pal-
;mer of Bonifay, and Mrs. Eva
',Jenkins of Vernon.
T-7 The bridegroom is the son of
:-.Mrs. Elaine West of Calhoun,
.Georgia and Charles B. West
o.bf Orlando. His grandmothers
are Mrs. Edis West of Cal-
.,houn, Georgia and Mrs. Ora
Tate of Rome, Georgia.
Nuptial music was present-
*:.e11 by Mrs. Donna Shoots of
Panama .City, organist, and
Mrs. Shirley Jarzynka, of
I' anama City, soloist.
'Present d 'in marriage. by'
her parents and escorted to
e altar- by her father, the


bride wore a formal wedding
gown of candlelight sj olVgan-.
za. The bodice and sheer'yoke
with Victorian neckline fea-;
tured lace appliques, and scal-
loped imported dainty peau d'
Venise lace intprsperWed with
tiny bridal peal's.' The billowy
shepherdess sleeves were en-
hanced with a wide band of the
lace and :pearls. Appliques of,
lace, and 'pearls were lavishly
scattered over the skirt and a
ruffle of the lace bordered the
hemline extending into a
Cathedral train. To comple-
ment the gown the bride wore
a veil of English illusion edged
with lace and attached to a
satin camelot cap.
SThe bride carried a cascade
of pink petite roses, pink and
candlelight miniature carna-
tions framed by silk foliage
leaves, and flowing pink and
candlelight satin and picot
streamers.
' Miss Tracy Jenkins, sister
of the bride, served as maid\of
honor. Bridesnrqids were:
Mrs. Debra Se'ohners of West-
ville; and Miss Robin Bailey.'


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Stacy Chitty, cousin of the
bride, was Junior bridesmaid.
Brandy White, cousin of the
bride, served as flower girl.
The bridesmaids were at-
tired in mauve knit formal
gowns. The fitted bodice with
spaghetti straps was adorned
'by a chiffon matching ruffled
jacket: The maid of honor,
Junior bridesmaid and flower
girl were attired in baby pink,
formal gowns of chiffon. The
fitted bodice was overlaid with
a flowing ruffle. The skirt was
highlighted with satin ribbons
on' each side. The attendants
carried a cascade of pink and.
candlelight miniature carna-
tionis with'tiger lily and pink
and candlehght satin. streami-
ers.
Charles West. of Orlando

served 'his son as best man.
Groomsmen were Robin West,
brother of the groom, and Joe
Mac Purswell. Stephen White,
cousin of the bride, was Junior
groomsman. Matthew White,
cousin of the bride, served' as
ring bearer.
*Mrs. Jenkins chose for her
daughter's wedding, a street
length dress of rose, accented
with tucks. She was presented
with a corsage of pink roses.,
Mrs. West,' mother 'of -the


groom, wore a pink street
length dress of knit. She was
presented with a corsage of
pink roses.
Immediately following the
ceremony, a reception was
hosted by the bride's parents
in the church social hall.
During the reception, Rita
Stafford kept the bride's book;
Becky White and Marion
White served the bride's cake;
Diana Dykes and Gena Pic-
conas served punch;' Shelly
Raffield and Tammy Phillips
served the groom's g'cake;.
Linda Raffield served a floor
-hostess.
Mrs. Geraldine White, aunt/,
of the bride, directed the
wedding.
Following a trip to points .of
interest in Georgia, the couple
will reside in Panama City.
Pre-nuptial parties included
a miscellaneous shower host-
ed by Tamer Phillips, Sona
Tuttle, Linda Raffield, Mary
Lou Lease, Dolly Dady, and
Ruth Brownell in the Highland
View Assembly of God Church
social hall.
A lingerie shower, hosted by.
Shelly Raffield, Lisa Adams,
and Pat Hayes was given at
the:homeof Linda R(affield.


Planning Trip to Busch Gardens


The October meeting of the
Saint Joseph Bay Chapter No.
3425 AARP will be Monday,
Oct. 11th, at 2:30 P.M., at the
Union Hall on Sixth St. in' Port
St. Joe.
A program of popular music
will be furnished by the Port
St. Joe High School Stage
Band.
Members will also be given


the details for a trip to Tampa
and Busch Gardens. If you
wish to go on this trip, be sure
to attend this meeting as there
are limited spaces available.
If you or your spouse are 55
or over, you are invited to
attend this meeting, and enjoy
the fellowship and refresh-
ments.


Happy Anpiversary to

LINDA LEWIS
From Alphonso Lewis






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Garden Club to


Meet October 14


The Port St. Joe Garden
Club will meet Thursday, Oct.
14th, at 2 p.m. at the Garden.
Center on Eighth St.
Mrs. Bobby. Jackson will
give tips on the time and what
to plant, in telling how to plant
by old time signs. Members
are invited to bring an October
:arrangement to display. This
is the meeting to sign up to


attend the District II Fall
Conference, to be held Oct.
21st at St. Joseph Bay Country
Club. Delegates to vote on a
new district director will be
elected at this meeting.
Mrs. Nobie Stone, Mrs.
George Suber, and Mrs. Ralph
Swatts are' the hostesses.
Ladies interested in gardening
are cordially invited to attend.


We'll be Celebrating

Our Second Year


money for the mentally han-
dicapped.
If you' would be interested in
donating approximately three
hours of your time this month
to help in this effort, please be
at Abbey's Restaurant in
Wewahitchka, Monday eve-
ning, October 11 at 7 p.m.


Swindles to

Celebrate 60th
Mr. and Mrs. Ang Swindle of
Rt. 1, Caryville will be cele-
brating their 60th Wedding
Anniversary on Sunday after-
noon, October 10th between
2 o'clock arid 5 o'clock CST at
Lakeview United Methodist
Church on Hiway 279 between
Vernon. and Caryville, near,
Pate Lake.
The children, Mrs. Aline
Hightower, Mrs. Etta Canter
of Pensacola, and Emory
Swindle of Silver Creek, Miss.,
cordially invite all friends and
relatives to attend. No invita-
tions are being sent. Please no
gifts.


Homecoming will be ob-
served by the First United
Methodists next Sunday,'Octo-
ber 10.
The Reverend John Carmi-
chael will bring the morning
message at the eleven o'clock
service.


S.A covered dish lunch will be
served in the Fellowship Hall

Book. Sale On

Tap forLibrary
Now is the time to get rid of
all those old books and maga-
zines! You can clean out the
c"', cluttei and. help your library
by bringing them to one of the
. book.drops listed below:.,. I
Wewahitchka and Port St.
Joe Libraries; Wewahitchka
State Bank in either city;;,
Florida National Bank; Citi-
zen's Federal Savings and
Loan; or St. Joe 'Paper-
maker's Federal Credit
Union. ,
The books will' be sold
-Saturday, October 16 in the
parking area of the Wewa-
hitchka State Bank Branch in
S Port St. Joe from 9 a.m. until 1
p.m. Proceeds will go to the
libraries in Port St. Joe and
Wewahitchka.


with tables set up inside and
outside for eating.
The afternoon, service will
include a 'singspiration, with
the Reverend T. S. Harris
bringing the message. Special'
music will be featured during
both services.'
Everyone is invited to spend,
the day with the Methodists at
Homecoming.


All Other Merchandise 40%

SALE 1 DAY ONLY
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8
Does Not Include Panty Hose


Vanessa Marie Mamoran
Vanessa Has
5th Birthday


'"New Fall Fashions

: Arriving Daily : :.
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Vanessa, Marie Mamoran
celebrated her fifth birthday
October 6th.
* Vanessa, Marie is the .L
daughter of Mrs. Marie Ma- Fashion & Beauty Boutique
oran of Port St. Joe.Joe. She is Fashion & Beauty Boutique
the granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James C. Graves of Port Phone 229-8153 234 Reid Avenue
St. Joe. ,


It's Our 29th Year of Serving the

Jewelry Needs of the Gulf-Franklin

Area and We Want You to Join In

Our Celebration


October 8 thru 30


Use Our Convenient Lay-A-Way Plan




Thames Jewelers


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Methodists Plan

Homecoming Service


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Wewa Plans Mental Drive


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.. THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1982


PAGE FIVE


Canadian Air Squadron to Appear


At Tyndall AFB Open House Sun:


vided free blood pressure checks. This is a monthly service of
the local AARP chapter with the cooperation of Florida Na-
SFree F reassure CheckS tional Bank at Port St. Joe.
Shown above from left,, are: Dot Pfost, Mrs. L. C. Clark,
It was a busy day Monday as nurses Martha Hardin, Em- Martha Hardin and Charlie Mae King. Mrs. Clark and Mrs.
my Donat, and. Ann Hammock, aided by Dot Pfost, (all King were among the over'100 people who took advantage of
'; members of Saint Joseph Bay Chapter No. 3425 AARP), pro- the free blood pressure checks.


Police Car Smashed
Police officer James McGee of the Port S. Joe Police
Department, was' taken to a Panama' City hospital last


Saturday night, when this patrol car which he was driving,
was involved in a two-car collision at the intersection of Long
Avenue and Eighth Street. The car careened into the side of
the I. C. Lupton home as a result of the impact. See a
complete story on page 1 of this issue of The Star.
S. -Star photo


The "Snowbirds" of the
Canadian Forces 431st Air
Demonstration Squadron will
highlight an open house and
air show at Tyndall AFB Oct.
10. Their visit will be the first
time the Snowbirds have ap-
peared in Florida and will be
open to the public at no
charge.
The open house will begin at
noon (CST), featuring static
displays: of military aircraft
along with military and avia-
tion industry exhibits. Per-
forming during the first hour
will be a rock band from Kees-
ler AFB, Miss.
At 1.p.m., a radio-controlled
-'model airplane demonstration
will be held, followed at 2:15
by a parachutist show by a
special forces team from
Eglin AFB.
The Snowbirds will take off
at 3 p.m. for 23 minutes of cap-
tivating aerial action by crack
pilots in nine red, white and'
blue Tutor jets. It will feature
23 maneuvers of tightly
choreographed routines in
various formations. Each for-
mation takes about one
: minute with less than 10
seconds between the precision
patterns.
The Open House and air
show will be a prelude to the

VISITING HERE
Clara Brown, formerly
Clara Whitfield, is in Gulf
County visiting friends and
relatives. Mrs. Brown now
lives with her husband, Joel
Brown, in Grand Rapids,
Michigan.


biennial William Tell U.S. Air
Force Air-to-Air Weapons
Meet that begins here Oct. 12.
Thirteen teams will partici-
pate in the meet to select the
best air defense teams in the
United States and Canada,-
William Tell pits the top
fighter teams from the U.S.
Air Force and Canadian
Forces in a test of aerial
markmanship. It is conducted
in a pressure-packed arena
that closely simulates combat
conditions.
The teams will fly four
fighter aircraft in the meet.
The F-15 Eagle will make its
debut in William Tell this
year'. It will join meet
veterans including the FA4
Phantom, F-106 Delta Dart,
and F-101 Voodoo.
During the three weeks of
competition the aircrewsmust
fly five mission profiles
.against "hostile intruders"
over the Gulf of Mexico. In
this case, however, their
targets are drones or target
aircraft and not enemy bomb-
ers. Also, competitors will fly
intercepts against Strategic
Command B-52 St0atofo.rtres-s-
bombers and other aircraft
which will provide realistic
electronic countermeasures.
While the aircrews and the
weapons controllers are the
most visible players, they can-
not get off the ground without
the skill of their maintenance
and load crews. These highly
trained technicians' will be
competing for top mainte-
nance and weapons load
awards.


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The 1982 William Tell meet
will be one of the biggest in its
history that dates to 1954. Of-
ficials estimate more than 500


people will be involved in
team support acitivites, with
several hundred more acting
as judges and meet officials.


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE PORT ST JOE
Invites You to Worship sth Them
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seven years old. The birthday
celebration took place in and
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which is a tree house con-
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A joint meeting of the' s""uce yY Se cnnurens
V.F.W. and Ladies Auxiliary. father.
was held at the regular Those guests attending the
September meeting, party were as follows: Ste-
Plans were made for the
sale of Poppies on November Guidance Clinic
6th, and a Parade on Novem-
ber llth. Also there was Directors to Meet
discussion on remodeling of .
the newly purchased Post The'Board of Directors of
Home. -. the Gulf County Guidance
District 17 President Dollie Clinic, Inc. will hold its
'Doty will make her Official regularly scheduled meeting
Visit at the regular meeting on Tuesday, October 12, at
Tuesday, October 12th, at 7:30 7:00 p.m. (E.D.T.). The meet-
P.M. in the Florida Power ing will be held in the Clinic
Lounge. All members are Conference Room at 311 Wil-
iurged to attend this meeting. liams Avenue in Port St. Joe.


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Invites You to Worship Services
SRev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
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Mr. and .Mrs. Larry W.:
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Historical Society president,
Wayne Childers; vice-presi-
dent, Jesse Stone or Mrs. R. H.
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BURSITIS IS A .
BURSA INFLAMMATION

A bursa is a small sac. filled with a slippery fluid. It is
located between two body parts that move upon one
another. They occur in several parts of the body and
serve the same purpose as a bearing. The bursa near
the ligaments of the shoulder joint is a frequent pain
causer.
S Rest and treatment are usually required to reduce
the inflammation and enable the bursa to regain its
slippery quality. You can save yourself a lot of future 3
pain by visiting your Doctor.
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Josh Jenkins, 31, was the leading ground gainer with 91
yards and two touchdowns for the Sharks in Friday night's romp
: over Apalachicola.



Sneads Hands W

The Wewahitchkp Gators Sneads' offense put on a 226
went to Sneads and came yard rushing effort, with
home.with their second shut- much. of the offensive show
;i' out in as many weeks of play coming in hata disastrous (for
S last Friday night. the Gators) second period.
; -. The Pirates scored all 26 of Curtis Johnson, who paced
S.their points in the second the Sneads attack for the
.'e period, putting four touch- night, put the first score on the
downs on the board, followed board early in the second
by two completed extra points, period on a 23-yard gallop.




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St. Joe Trounces


In a game which saw 20
penalties and a total of 182
yards marked off against the
two teams, the Port St Joe
Sharks put points on the board
in every period to trounce the
Apalachicola Sharks, 45-0
Had the penalties been kept
to a minimum, Port St. Joe
would have moved the ball at
will, but several good gains,
fine plays and even one
touchdown, were all nullified
by penalties, which cut down
the Sharks' offensive produc-
tion for the night
Keeping mostly to the
ground, the Sharks rolled up a
net of 224 yards on 47 carries
and 37 yards on four of 10
passes, while the oystermen
could manage only 59 total
yards for the evening.
At one point, the Sharks
even picked up a first down on
a first and 25 situation
It was easily the best night
the Sharks have had this year
on offense, even though the
game was not one of your
try-as-hard-as-you-can, con-
tests.
Josh Jenkins carried the big
load for the Sharks with 91
yards rushing and two touch-
downs. Mike Pittman added 63
yards and one touchdown for
the Shark victory.
Defensively, Mike Walding
paded' the Sharks with his
seven tackles. Walter Sea-
'brook and Paul Gilbert each
hhd six and Sidney Harris had
five. Only two members of the
Shark densee failed to mark

Farm Bureau

Annual Dinner
The Gulf County Annual
Farm Bureau Membership
Supper will be held October
16th, 6:30 p.m. CST, at the
Wewahitchka High School
Commons Area.
For reservations, please
call 639-2777 or 639-2371. There
is no charge for the meal for
Farm Bureau members and
their families.


up a tackle for the night, and
they both had at least one
assist. It was that kind of
night.
The two teams sparred back
and forth for the most part of
the first period, with the
Sharks doing most of the
offensive sparring. They took
the ball from Apalachicola at
the 9:56 mark and kept it until
2:40, when Josh Jenkins scor-
ed on a pitch-out from the 10
yard line. Butts kicked the
extra point and the Sharks had
enough to win.
. Five penalty flags in the
first three minutes of the,
game gave an indication of
how the night would progress.
In the middle of the second
period, the Sharks' had punted
Apalachicola deep in their
own territory, where the visi-
tors took over. on their own


four yard line. On the first
play, Tommy Robinson fum-
bled on the Apalach five and
Adrian Lewis pounced on it for
the Sharks. A holding penalty
put the Sharks back on the
visitor 19, .but three plays
later, Michael Pittman scored
up' through the middle. The
Sharks kicked the extra point
three times before the flags
would stop flying and the point
remained on the board.
In the third period, with 5:03
on the clock, Jay Lynn tackled
Anthony Williams in the end
zone for a Shark safety,
making the score, 16-0.
On the first play after the
kick, a Butts pass to John
Miller scored from the Shark,
46, but a clipping penalty
nullified the TD. Just over a
minute later, the Apalach
quarterback lost the ball on


SApalachicola

the snap and chased and The scoring wound down will take on the Marianna
fumbled it all the way to the along with the game, when Bulldogs here in Shark sta-
end zone. The football was Sidney Harris plunged over dium at 8:00 p.in.
finally chased down by from two yards, out for the THE YARDSTICK,
Charles Wood and covered in final TD and Josh Jenkins PSJ Apal
the end zone for another Shark kicked the extra point. First Downs ,13 4
touchdown. Seabrook had The final score, Port St. Joe, First downs 13 4
knocked the ball loose, setting 45; Apalachicola, 0. Yards rushing 261, 48
up the chain of events which FRIDAY NIGHT Yards passing 10-4-37 6-3-11
ended in Wood's TD. Butts Friday night; the Sharks Yards penalized 85 97
kicked the extra point and the
score stood ats scored on a23-0.
The Sharks put three TD'sdle -"j
on the scoreboard poin the last -'
period.
With only 10 seconds gone in
the period, quarterback Butts
scored from the 12 yard line
off a keeper play.n
Less than two minutes later,N n
Demetrie Thomas scored on a
five yard run' up the middle
andscored two extrapointsby
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Wade McClamma then came
back with a three-yard plunge
and Darren Lewis added an
18-yard dash.
Buriel Bolds ended the
Sneads scoring with a 35-yard
return of Gator pass intercep-
tion. Mike Hill kicked two
extra points.
The Gators put up a 186 yard
offensive effort but could turn
none of it into scores. Statis-


tically,,the Gators had a good year.
night. On the scoreboard, it THE YARDSTICK
was a disaster. Wewa Sneads
The Gators now stand 2-2 for' First downs 10 8
the year. First downs 10 9
Friday night, the team will Rushes, yds. 31-101 36-226
be trying to get back into the Passing, yds. 85' 31
win column when they travel Return yards 58 0
to Blountstown to meet the Passes 16-7-2 6-2-0
Tigers, who, like the. Gators, Punts 3-42 1-30
haven't been able to get their Fumbles, lost 3-1 2-0
offense rolling full speed this Penalties 6-30 5-65


Parker Wins

Tim Parker of Port St. Joe
captured the coveted cham-
pionship trophy Sunday after
noon at the conclusion of the
George G. Tapper Invitational
Golf Tournament held annual-
ly at St. Joseph Bay Country
Club. Parker completed play
Sunday with a 76 round, plac-
'ing him in a three-way tie,
with Mark Miller of Alabama,
last year's champion, and Jim
McGee of Panama City.
Parker edged out his com-
petition on the first hole of the
sudden death playoff, shooting
a par.
In the photo above, Parker,
left, accepts a handshake and
congratulations from George
Tapper, host of the annual
event.

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Port St. Joe
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIV'
S CASE NC
IN RE: Estate of
MARY ALICE SCOTT
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAII
DEMANDS AGAINST, THE AF
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSON
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED It
Sadministatlon of the Estate, of
ALICE SCOTT. deceased, file. r
82-41. is pending In the Circuit C(
Gulf County. Florida. Probate D
the address of which is Clerk of
-Court. Gulf County Courthouse, F
S .,Joe, Florida 32456. The Pe
Representative of the estate is CH
M: SCOTT. SR. whose address is F
Sflce, Box 455. Wewahitchka, FL
The name and address of the Pt
Representative's attorney are se
below.
All persons having claims or de
against the estate are required
THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DA
.THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
NOTICE, to lile with the Clerk
abbve Court a written statements
claim or demand they may have
claim must 'be In writing and m
dictate the bass for the claim, the
'and address of the creditor or his a
attorney, and the amount. claimed
claim Is not yet due, the date whei
Become due shall be stated. If tht
is contingent or unliquidated me
of the uncerlainly shall be stated
claim Is secured. the security sN
described The claimant shall deli
iclenm copies ol the claim to the C
enable the Clerk to mail one copy I
personal Representative
All persons inleresled in Ine es
whpm a copy oI Inis Notice
ministraton has been mailed are re
WITHIN THREE 03) MONTHS FRO
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLiCATI
THIS NOTICE to lfie any objeclion
may have that challenge the vali
the decedent's Will me qualifcal
Ine Personal Representative. or Ihl
or jlurisdiclion ol the Court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTION
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BA
Date ol the lirst publicatllon
Notice of Administratllon Sept 30
IsICHARLES M SCOTT SR
As Personal Representative of Ine
Estate 01 MARY ALICE SCOTT. [
ad
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPI
TATIVE.
J. DONELSON JONES.
Post O'lice Box 1968
Panaml City. Florida 32401
Telephone 1904) 763,8466

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is nereoy ginen that purs
Section 86509. Florida Sialule
undersigned persons Iniena to
with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit cou
County. Florida, lour weeks alfer I
publication ol thiF notice, Ine I
name or trade names under wricr. I
De engaged in business nd in wnl
business is lo De carried on. Io-w
ANN'S PACE
'Magellan Street
St Joe Beacn
S Is Ann M SealEy Owner

NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROF
BUDGET ORDINANCE
FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982.8
NOTICE is hereby given that Ihi
of City Commissioners ol Ward


GULF Florida. will hold a public hearing
Commissioner's Room in the City
/VISION Ward Ridge on October 11. 1982
D. 82-41 P.M. for the purpose of bearing fr
person or persons on the pr
SBudget Ordinance for fiscal year
of the City of Ward Ridge..Floric
'N proposed Ordinance may be exarr
MS OR inspected at the City Hall in Wari
.BOVE or by contacting the Mayor of the
)NS IN- Ward Ridge.
CITY OF WARD RIDGE.
hat the By: Isil Mayor Allen V. McCulley
MARY
number
court for NOTICE
division. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t
Circuit below titled Ordinance was intr
Port St. and read for the first time in ful
rsonal regular City Comrmission .S
ARLES September 21. 1982.
Post Of- The City Commission of the CIt)
32456. St. Joe' Florida. at its regular me<
personal Oclooer 19 1982 at 8:00 P.M.. ED"
t forth Municipal Buidiog. 5th Street.,i
Joe.-Florida, will' consider for fins
mands tion the Ordinance with tthe folIo
VITHIN tie:. .
ATE OF AN ORDINANCE ALLOCATING
THIS TEREST 'INCOME' FROM W,
of ine WATERTREATMENT PLANTGI
of any FUNDS TO PAYMENT OF INTE
9. Each ON OUTSTANDING WASTE W,
iust In- .TREATMENT PLANT BONDS
i name IMPLEMENTATION OF 201 W,
gent or QUALITY PLAN: PROVIDING
1. If thye CERTAIN AMOUNTS TO BE TR
n it will FERRED ANNUALLY FROM TH
e claim TEREST INCOME TO THE
nature WATER AND SEWER FUND;,
If Ine VIDING THAT NONE OF THE I
hall be CIPAL OF SAID FUNDS SHAL
oer suf- EXPENDED. AS LONG AS BC
ierk lo ARE OUTSTANDING AND
loeach VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE D
PROVIDING FOR THE REPEA
tale to ORDINANCE NO 129
of Ad- All cilizens are inii6co 10 alien
quhiea. hear A copy of this Droposea or'
)M THE I on tle wilh the City Audllor an
ON OF al City Halli. Porl Sl Joe. Fla
ns they CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY
olaty of1 OF PORT ST JOE, FLORIDA
Ions 01 By irs Frank Pale Mayor Commis
revenue Arrest isi L A FARRIS
S NOT City AudiloriClerk
!S NOT _____
RRED .
oR this FICTITIOUS NAME
3. 1982, Notice is nereoy given Ihatl pur
Section 86509 Florida Slatult
undersigned persons intend ic
Deceas wifln IThe Clerk 01 Ihe Carcu'i cou
County Floriaa lour weeKs aller'
publlcation of this notice Ihe tli
RESEN. name or itade name ur.dce whicn i
be engaged in business and ir. an
business is to oe carried ori. to-w
WAUNETA'S ACCOUNTING
INCOME TAX SERVICE
116 Monument Avenuei
21c9-30 Port St Joe FloriOa 132456
Owner Waurela Brewer.
Sept 13 1982
uanl tcn
ei. II _
regist *
rl GL in THE CiRRuJT COURT FOURTH
ne lir! .-I.ICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STA
clihous FLORIDA IN AhD FOR GULF CO
ney will vERMELL E ARMSTRONG
cn saia Plaini.11

OTTIS B SMITH ana WI,.-i
BESSIE G SM.iTt- anra
MITCHELL HORNE and W'le
WANDA HORNE
1r9-30 Delenaalns
NOTICE OF SUIT
POSED TO Mt..:ncii Hi-'ine
ana Wiln Wana3 Horae
3 519 22na1 S-reet
e Board Neda rlar.. Te 'a' 77627
SRi.nn 'OU AND EACH OF Y'OU a.'


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1982


Everyone's


City of The Gulf County School
Board has announced its poli-
cy for free and reduced price
meals for children 6nder the,
2t930 National School Lunch Pro-
gram.
hat the School officials have adopt-
oduced ed' the following family size
I at the
Meeting and income standards for
determining eligibility:


letter to parents Additional
copies are available at the
office in each school. The
information provided on the
application is confidential and
will be used only for the
purpose of determining eligi-
bility Applications may be
submitted at any time during
the year.


Social Security Numbers:
The Social Security number of
all household members 21
years or older must be provid-
ed, an indication that applica-
tion for one has been made, or
indication that none can be
acquired. If this information is
not provided, benefits will be
denied.


policy, the school principal
will review applications and
determine eligibility. If a
parent is dissatisfied with the
decision of the principal, he or
she may wish to discuss it with
the official on an informal
basis. If he wishes to make a
formal appeal, he may make a
request either orally or in
writing to: Charles T. Watson,
Director of School Food Ser-
vice, Gulf County Schools,
Gulf County Courthouse, Port
St. Joe, Fl 32456, telephone
(904) 229-8256 or 639-2871, for a
hearing to appeal the decision.
The policy contains an outline
of the hearing procedure.
All children are treated the
same regardless of ability to
pay. In the operation of Child
Feeding Programs, no child
will be discriminated against
because of race, color, creed,
national origin, age, or handi-
cap.
Each school and the School
Board Office located in the
Gulf County Courthouse have
a complete policy, which may
be reviewed by any interested
party.


FREE MEAL SCALE REDUCED PRICE MEAL SCALE
Family Annually 'Monthly Weekly Family Annually Monthly Weekly
Size Size
1 $6,080 $ 507. $ 117 I $ 8,660 $ 722 $ 167
2 8,090 674 156 2 11,510 959 221
.3 10,090 841 194 3 14,360 1,197 276
4 12,090 1,008 233 4 17,210 1,434 331
5 14;,090 1,174 271 5 20,050 1,671 386
6 16,090 1,341 309 6 22,900 1,908 440
7 18,100 1,508 348 7 25,750 2,146 495
8 20,100 1,675 387 8 28,600 2,383 550
For Ea. Add. For Ea. Add. 2,850 238 55
Member add 2,000 167 387


;Children from families
whose income is at or below
the levels shown are eligible
for free or reduced price
,meals. Application forms
were sent to all homes in a

r.nilc,ie inal Ime Piainliti VERMELL E


ARMSTRONG 'n ine ab,':e Ttiled cauE -.
sicner r. i- ,iS a nis Compialni nercir. .r.cl0...-ig
lanai owned pv' you in Gull Counlt
21930 FloriIa described a as olol,
ComnTlencincg at Itn IeW corner ol in-
NE Quarter 01 fne NE Ouartie 01 Ste
uant to ion 12 Townnsnp 5 Souin Range 0
.3 ihe West ana run E 210 leal Inence riun
egiSler S 10 lel ine-nr.ie run V 21 r(iw r T(
i Gul iner ce run N 105 lee ito In POIfIT 19
he iraI OF BECINI 1NG einr ,.n ime N C
clilIous corner lo he NE Quarer oI ine NE c
he' wli OQuarter oi Secton 12 Tovr.,nsh., c., Sp
cn sad Sourin Range 10 W-ai Gull C.:.unt,
F lorda ye
S tAll oI th6 S nail l o ine 5W Ouaiter iol
Ihe SE Ouarier I,.ing Easismio C w
Stirc Road fi.:. 71 .,'- Scti.'r, 1 Al
Townsrc. Sc.uin Ranrge i 10 WeSt OQ
Gull Counl Flor.aa te
YOu ARE FuRTHER REQUIRED c. te
419 1 t', er. a:, .:cOp, oi ,ou. A.-'.wer or O01 e,
I.:- ir. C.,m ia.ni or. pla.,r.i
EENTH ROBERT 1.1 .MOOREE
TE OF O Bo, 28 1
UNTY Porl SI J. i. Fior.aa 324.6
an hiie i ne rnri nar iner-rjl ,r, ir.e Cir.:u'
Court Cier Oltr-.e Gull Counit C.:,u1.
n.-.use Porl St Joe For.o 'j 32456 ororor, be
Dlioret ir.,. 141r,.3 1tao Ocroner 1982 'fur A
r.,lui'e 10to *o o0 & It ,:..yar .a Dciaui Jua,
me'l o oe r,-r.l-re 3 aga.'sI yOu,ar.a .acn n
or-.I ':u v
DATED in.s tr E 13In day fl SeDiemrn,.
1982 '. cc
CLERK OF CiACuIT COURT W
B/ T,:.r,,aKr.o> it 9 16 to
te
FICTITIOUS NAME
r.reb, NrJlice i: neieD giver. i3 al ursujanit ic
Section 8609 Florida Sialutes ine
undersigne Dpersona inland to reqgsier
F *wir. lhe Clert, or the Circu.i courl Gull
S Coc.un~. FIor otoria weer se raler ire r.:
TuIrjicato'n c rI I1is nOi':,i. Ine ciCllou,
rame or Iraae rame under awn.ch tiney i11
te er.gagea in business anr ir, wnicn .aica
buair ess I 1, to e cairica O r. to wit -
RACHEL S FLORIST ,
204 Mo..urrmeni Ainupe ..
Port SI Joe FIlorida 32456
Owner Rachel Towle
Oci,'Per S, 1982


lI C t1I '

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
LAMAR B DUNCAN an.d S' BIL R DUN ,
CAN inland to register ine lolownig lic
I -itus name pursuani lo Florida Sitlules
8651)9 THE LAUNDRY ROOM.
Tne only pe'rons irleresled rn Ine
enterprise andl he elen of Inc interest
are as toIlowS
LAMAR B DUNCAN and SYBIL R. DUN
CAN 100'r
41 10 7 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCuIT OF THE STALE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO 82.144
ST JOE PAPEI.AMAKERS FEDERAL
CREDIT unIion
Planlill
vs
DAVID E ABRAHAMSON a.-.d
BEM'yJ ABRAHAMSOfJ
Delernoanis
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN nain purauart 10 a
Final Juogpr.cnt d3ated OcIoer 4 9B2;' in
Ca'e No 82 14.1 o the C.rcult Court ol
Ir.e Fourteenin Jujc.al Circuit in, and 1or
Gull County Florida ,n wncn Sl -Joe
Pa r, a,',1er- FederaE Creall Union is Ine
FPia-ih-t alrd Davi.-l E Abranamson ao
Bell, J Abrarnam.or, aec the Delenuari
I WIII seti 10 the Igahe r aro De1 Dotdder
for :3: ar. in th loopy Ir, e Notlh door 1
in- Gull County Courtnouse ir. Pori St
Joe Gull Couni,. Florida. a31 11 00 A M
Eailen Timne on Oclober 15 1982. Inc
Ioilowing decriDedn properly setl orln in
SInhe Order ol Final Judgment
LOI Ni-c 191 Block Nine i9r of Un.i
Two 121 O Corre.:1,ve Repal 01
CIe,:KcEv'E Ardditon t10 WVwahilcrnra
jull C.:,unrl FIorda. accoro rng I.
inme ilIhciai inoap p. al Inereol on ile
in mre Olice c I Cleri ,,1 ine Ciruii
Court I Gull County Fior.aq
DATED Thits 41h day ,31 Octloer 1982
JERRY T GATES
CLERF OF COURT
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA 1110


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With


fHANNON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

SThe Insurance Store Since 1943


Auto Home Buiness Life

Flood Bonds Mutual Funds

S8;30 til 600 Monday through Friday


We are HERE to Service What We Sell


ROY SMITH, Agent


FRANK HANNON, Agent


Important Changes This Year

Reporting Changes: If a
family is approved for meal
benefits, you must report any
changes in household size and
increases in income of more
than $50 a month.


Foster Children: In certain
cases, foster children are
eligible for these benefits. If a
family has foster children
living with them and wishes to
apply for such meals for them,
it should contact the school.
Under the provision of the


'"The end of your sea


Parent Teacher Fellowship


The first six-weeks Parent
teacher Fellowship of the
82-83 school year of Faith
hristian School will be held in
flit sessions.
Parents of four and five
,ar Kindergarten students
ill meet at the Kindergarten
nnex on 8th St. tonight,
october 7th. Mrs. Goebert,
acher, will explain the pro-

SSATII Tests

Being Given
The Florida SSAT 11 Test is
sing given by the Gulf County
dult School October 4-15.
Any Adult Student who is
ery close to finishing his
lurse of study needs to check
ith his adult school teacher
see if he needs to take the
st.


J.S. Grant's real name
was Hiram Ulysses Grant


gram and progress of K-4 at
7:00 p.m., and will talk to the
K-5 parents at 7:30 p.m. All
are invited to stay for refresh-
ments.
On Tuesday, October 12,
parents and friends of all
students in Grades AK-5
through Grade 8 are urged to


BIBLE STUDY .
MORNING WORSHIP
CHURCH TRAINING .
EVENING WORSHIP
WEDNESDAY .


come to visit the classrooms
and to enjoy refreshments
from 7:30 until 8:30 at 801
Twentieth Street.
The first six-weeks ends
Monday, October 11, and
report cards will be sent home
Tuesday afternoon, October
12.


We Want You

To Be A Part of

The Friendly Place


9 15 A M
11 00 A M
5 45 P.M
7 00 P M
700 P M.


Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE
MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music ana Youth


', i "


Rushing to the

Exciting

First Baptist

S Church
Port St. Joe, Florida

SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
i Bible Study .... 9:45 A.M.
(AII ages)
Worship .. 11:00 A.M.
(Broadcast live
WJOE-AMand WGCV-FM
Church Training 6-30 P.M.
Worship .... 7.30 P.M.

3rch flo a friendly Church!"


"Cool It with


George"


Air Conditioning


and Refrigeration


RESIDENTIAL AND' o
COMMERCIAL

SALES SERVICE
INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

Now Adding

Electric Motor Rewinding
Fractional H P thru 3 H P
Single Pnase or Three Phase



George Thomas Company

Phone 229-6394 or 648-8952
310 Williams Ave. Port SL Joe. Fla.


FROM OUR FAMILY
. ,_= :--


I


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TO YOUR FAMILY






James Harold Thompson has years he has been honored as
served as a member of the Florida the most effective member iri
Ho use of Representatives for the debate, and in all probability will
past eight years. In that time, he become speaker of the house of'
has distinguished himself and Representatives in 1984, Without
that of his district, by exceptional the help and support of the
accomplishments and achieve- citizens of this District none of this
ments. He has chaired several would have been possible. From
important committees and has James Harold and his family..
served on committees which have to your family. their sincerest
been very important to our part thanks and appreciation to each
of the state. For the past four of you.


JAMES


HAR LD THOMPSON
Paid Political Advertisement Joe P Woodbery Campign Treasurer


-4 ; '; *


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Changes Made


New School Lunch Policy


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 00 P M.

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


MERCHANDISE SOLD SPACES AVAILAEBLI
.... GNME I- ..._..... ,.. F R.RENT -,;

OPEN WEEKLY WED. THRU SAT.


INDOOR FLEA MARKET
414-416 REID AVENUE
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
(904) 229-6023

K. KING M PARKED


R


Atlantic City Overnight Mini Trip


$125. Round Trip Per Person


Double Occupancy

NO FRONT MONEY REQUIRED

Chartered bus from Panama Ci-

ty to Dothan Airport; Overnight

trip to Caesar's Hotel.

Includes:

* Round Trip Air Fare e Luxury Hotel Room
* Meal Tickets Transfer to and from airport
Casinos Transportation to and from Pan-
ama City to Dothan Airport Chartered jet
from Dothan airport.
Departing: Sunday Morning October 17,
S1982;
Returning Monday Evening October 18, 1982
FOR RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION
Call Area Code (904) 785-1453
420 Luverne Avenue Panama City, Florida


221 Reid Avenue


I.


Phone 227-1133


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In Old St.Joseph Cemetery



Vandalism Irks Society


l Pictures were taken in the preserve this pre
S'L- old St. Joseph Cemetery Mon- age.
day of this week in an effort to Of the seven la
reveal some of the devastation within the gates, si:
and desecration of these seriously molested
"' grounds which are sacred to cement and brici
S -the memory of the citizens and broken, and
'. who were buried there so bricks completely
,, ~ many years ago, and sacred to and fragments sc
the members of the St. Joseph about. On one yv
Historical Society who have corner was knocked
tried for such a long time to the brick all piled

f Mexico Beach Plans

, Town Elections Nov.
The Town of Mexico Beach opposition. Barba
'. "will have its regular muni- candidate for Cou
cipal election on November 2, ber, Group 3, with
1982. The position to be voted tion, will assume tl
on is Mayor-Councilman, on the first Monday
_11Q. Group 1. Candidates for that ber.
-..* position are: M. L. (Bob) Hale Mexico Beach v
'and Tom Stallings. Robert L. also have the opp
1:Timmons, incumbent, Group vote on whether the
2, will retain his position as have an animal
; Council Member, with no dinance.
';..,. :' .

Rifle Club Meeting

Tonight at 7:30P.M.
r; The monthly meeting of the Club member.
: Gulf Rifle Club will be tonight, You are invited t
O, ct, 7, at 7:30 P.M. at the and use the Range
i Centennial Building. All mem- ties at the Club.
Sbers and guests are urged to Range has been r
Attend. Club members ar
S: Anyone wishing to take the the use of it.
0.i:' Hunters Safety Course, this
will be your last chance prior
' to the season at St. Vincent Fire AUX.
Island. The course is manda-
^-, -tory to hunt on the Island. The Ladies Auxii
Contact David Ambrose, 229- Mexico Beach Voli
.i '6787, or R. E. Simmon, Department will m
' ':29-395. day, Oct. 7 at 7 P.M
Anyone who wishes to obtain Fire Hall on 14th i
Pc.a 'ticket for the $300 gift All members ar
Certificate to be given away by attend and to bring
;the Club should contact any friends.

y.-IN THE SERVICE

Whitehead Assigned

: to Sheppard AFB
Airman William M. White- Ave., Port St. Joe
i, .ead, son of Clyde and Doris J. assigned to She]
,, Whitehead of 901 Garrison Force Base, Te
i' completing Air F
S,-Hutchinson traning
During the six
': I Lackland Air Fc
SConmpletes Texas, the airman
Air Force mission
ST a n* g tion and customs an
M i: n fra in1 ng special training
relations.
SMarine Pfc. Kenneth W. n addition, ai
Hutchinson, son of Robert G.
and Patricia L. Hutchinson of complete basic tr
SRoute 3, Port St. Joe, has .redits toward a
completed recruit training at degree in appli
Sthe Marine Corps Recruit through the Comm
Depot, Parris Island, S.C. lege of the Air Fo,
During the 11-week training The airman will n
cycle, he learned the basics of specialized instruc
battlefield survival. He was transportation field
S. introduced to the typical daily Whitehead receii
routine that he will experience sociate degree in
during his enlistment and Mount Olive Junk
studied the personal and pro- N.C.
fessional standards tradi-
;' tionally exhibited by Marines.
': He participated in an active
;', physical conditioning pro-
'. gram and gained proficiency I
in a variety of military skills, -
S including first aid, rifle I
marksmanship and close
order drill. Teamwork and E6
self-discipline were empha-
.oized throughout the training


Cpl. Brown

Participates .

In Exercise 3 .
Marine Lance Cpl. Samuel hoods. Only $3
'. A. Brown, son of Dickie R. and interest assume
Wanda H. Brown of Port St.
Joe, recently participated in
two major NATO exercises, POR
: Northern Wedding-82," and
( '-Bold Guard-82." New Listin
i u a ,=, Alh $25,000 for t
fl 00*l3ff&~lU


Battalion, 10th Marines. 4th
Marine Amphibious Brigade,
Q: (Camp Lejeune, N.C.
"Northern Wedding" was
' conducted in Denmark and
f,'. "Bold Guard" in West Ger-
many. Both exercises were
designed to test the capacity
of alliance forces to resist
aggression in the North Atlan-
tic Ocean, Baltic and Norwegi-
an Sea areas.
More than 160 ships, and 250
aircraft from the U.S., Bel-
gium, Canada, Denmark, Ger-
many, the Netherlands, Nor-
way, Portugal and the United
Kingdom participated. The
amphibious exercises also in-
cluded more than 5,000 people
in various ground forces.


cious acre-
arge vaults
x have been
d,. with the
ks chipped
numbers of
y removed
battered all
ault, a full
ed off, with
up on the


ra Pierce,
ncil Mem-
no opposi-
hat position
y in Decem-
voters will
ortunity to
ey desire to.
control 'or-,


to come out
e and facili-
The Trap
built, and
re enjoying.


Meets-
liary of the
unteer Fire
ieet Thurs-
. at the new
Street.
e urged to
g interested


e has been
ppard Air
xas, after
force basic
weeks at
>rce Base,
studied the
, organiza-
ind received
in human
rmen who
lining earn
associate
ed science
unity Col-
rce.
low receive
tion in the
..
ied an as-.
1980 from
or College,


Ju~


ground: On another, part of
the top was wide open and
anyone could see the entire
inside area. With one excep-
tion, all of the vaults looked as
if a person *or persons had
deliberately tried to get into
them..
On the left of the walk near
the front entrance, one of the
-most treasured of the tomb-
stones Was almost demolish-
ed, the stone being broken in
the middle and the upper half
toppled over on the ground.
This was the stone marking
the grave of J. A Blackwell,
who was listed by the writer,'
G. M. West, of the St. Andrews
area, as one of the Incorpora-
tors named to the St. Joseph
Board of Commerce which
was created by the Territorial
Legislature, March, 2, 1839.
. The men listed are described


in the Act as the Merchants of
St. Joseph.
-At the cost of a great deal of
money and time and study and
planning, the City of Port St.
Joe and the Historical Society
have cooperated beautifully
through the years in an effort
to keep this old cemetery alive
and as a place of beauty and.
reverence.
It is unbelievable that any-
one could stoop low enough to
do the despicable things that
have recently been done in the
old Cemetery.
The Druids must have come
up out of the Sea to do these
dastardly things. SURELY no!
person in the Port St. Joe or
the surrounding country
would ever be guilty of such as'
this!!!
Maybel Stone Swatts


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
22nd Street Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister ;
WORSHIPSERVICE ,............... 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL .............. 10:00A.M., C.S.T.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ... 6:00 P.M., C.S.T.,



SSpECIAl.L 'October 11. October ,16
4" Schedule 40 PVC Pipe
Minimum Purchase 20', Limit 4,000

This WeekiOntly! O Per F

Uncle Tom's Plumbing Mart
Hwy. 98 & 8th St. Mexico Beach, Florida
648-5259
CAN YOUR SUPPLIER BEAT THIS


WEWA PROPERTY!!
GOOD NEWS! INTEREST RATES
ARE DOWN! NOW IS THE TIME TO
BUY THE HOUSE YOU'VE BEEN,
.. WAITJING FOR! ......
: OUR TOWN ROAD 2 BR furnished house on large cor-
ner lot withh 15x23 Guest house w/kltchen, bath & 4
fireplace. Only.$19,500. '
r RT. 3, HWY. 71 2 BR w/small 3rd room for study, etc,
lot set up for trailer and a building formerly operated as %
a. grocery store all on 13 acres of land See today.
$30,000.00. .
RT. 3"- 3 BR, 2 bath, 1872 sq. ft. doublewideori /4 acre
of land. Carpet, ben franklin stove w/large den.'Good.
Buy $30.000.00 w/assumable mortgage., '- .
HWY. 381, DALKEITH Country home, 3 BR brick 4
home w/sunken den w/fireplace, LR, DR, built in,kitchen. ,
w/3 pantries, cen. h&a, approximately 1.4 acres. See to-%
day.' Price reduced to $38.500 00. "
OUR TOWN ROAD -- Must see.the inside of this home. 4*
b Ouality work. Marble window sills, hand crafted hard- ',
ware on cabinets. Nutone kitchen center, beautiful 2 BR,
2 bath w/1560 sq. It., large room with inside utility for
den. Only $40.000.00
Call Today 785-8746 or 769-0341
MARGUERITE WAINRIGHT, Realtor"

STHE GALLERY OF HOMES
I 49sseseseesasesee***9999fsse *s


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. 0. Bx 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410'
REAL ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS
5011 Sales 648-5716 Rentals


ilper Avenue
house in best of neighbor-
19,900 with $21,700, 9V%
able mortgage.


IT ST. JOE
ig: 5-15 8th St. Only
this 3 bdrm., 1 ba. house.


Spacious, call to see.
* 2 lots on Palm Blvd. & 18th St. $17,900
for both.
* 706 Woodward Avd. 4
bdrm., 2 ba. Must see to appreciate.
Only $27,500.
* Great buy at only $41,500. 3 bdrm., 1 V1/2
ba., only 7 yrs. old. Long Avenue.
* 1501 Monument Ave. Large 3 bdrm.,
1V/2 ba., liv. rm., din. rm. & kit. combo.
* New Listing: 619 Marvin Ave. 3 bdrm.,
11/2 ba., chain link fence, Ig. house.
$33,400.
ST. JOE BEACH
* Waterfront townhouse, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
now under construction, fireplace,
$95,000.


REALTOR


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

* 3 bdrm., 1 ba. home. ColumbusSt. on
11/2V lots, real close to beach.
PinedaSt.. 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.
OVERSTREET
* Canal front, reduced to $31.500 with a
good assumable 7%' interest mor-
tgage. 3 bdrm.. 2 ba.

MONTHLY RENTALS
* 1 bdrm. furnished. $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.
.o 4 bdrm.,. $275 & $400 per mo.


SECOND BIG WEEK OF


DAVID RICH'S IGA





Annual BEEF
PortSt Joe


David Rich's I

finest U.S.D.A.
Grade "A" Fr


Tender


GA


Choi(
years,


Lean Pork. There


carries


are no fillers


Wewahitchka


8-Page Color Ad

Coming to You In the Mail or Pick One Up at Either Store



Res FREE Mr. Coffee & FREE 22 Rifle
r 1,^ ,tobe Given Away Oct. 9th at Both Stores

Guess Number of Tablerite Beet Inserts In Jar and Win

50 Lbs. of FREE MEAT
To Be Given Away October 9th at 5:00' P.M.

Register
ForFR EE BEEF LOIN
To Be Given Away October 9th at 6:00 P.M. -


FOR THEHEARTY BEST OF MEALS!

U.S.D.A. Choice Tablerite Beef
(Trimmed of All Excess Fat and Bone) U
WHOLE



BEEFr" LO-IN

Tablerite Whole


RI B -EYES $34Ib
K iD-LT~ ~ ~ lb *ii1".,1


Tablerite Whole


Sirloin Tips


-.


nothing but the


Tablerite


and


Beef, only


or


cheap additives (turkey gizzards, fat, scraps,


tallow, etc.) in our Ground


Sausage. We carry NO standard grade fryers;

NO low quality beef or NO low quality pork.

We try to keep our meats and other products

as fine as our customers. TOP NOTCH!!!
Thank you,

DAVID RICH'S IGA






7, T


Beef or Ground


*,,, .. -,


18


Many More Great Buys at David Rich's IGA,
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka. Come join the fun!


the Finest Quality. of


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY', OCT. 7,.1982


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1982


5 rdom house with 2 room
house in back. Chain link
fence, new air cond., partly
furnished, near school. Phone
229-8107 after 6p.m. 3tp 10-7
-House for sale 2101 Long
Ave. Approx. 2100 sq. ft. under
roof, $55,000.00. $2,300 down,
approx. $569 per mo. VA,
FHA, local or owner 'will
finance. Phone 229-8462.
Stfcl0-7'


.House, 3 or 4 bdrms.,1 ba.,
great room, 2 lots and bar,
small equity & assume pay-
ments. Call after 6 p.m.
S 2298183 or 227-1550 after 6
S .m. 2tc10-7
3 bdrm., black home, V4 m.
from Land's Landing, inside,
city limits. ch/a, partly furn.,
S. frigg., w&d, etc.), 22'x25'
sfihdp,_ patio; lawn building,
fruit trees,, etc. etc. $35,000
firm. Wewahitchka 639-2888.
4tp 9-23
S- Lot on Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach, 3 blocks ff beach..
t High and dry. 648-5. 4. tfcl0-8
3 bedroom house at 219 7th
Street. Come by. 4tc 9-30


Smoky Mt. '2 story c.b.s.
home. 2 tile ba., hardwood fls.,
-basement, 3 car garage &
worikshop. Sm. stream, close
tbo'paved road & 6 mi. from
IRuby mines, on Hwy. 28N,
$65,000 neg. Owner will
finance at 10%. Phone Doug
Nail, 704-524-6346. 2tp 1-7


A


w


MEXICO BEACH. Energy efficient double
wide mobile home on 1.05 acres. 3 bdrm., 2.
ba., cen. h&alc, carpet, walk-in closets,
laundry rm., 12'x30' screened porch, extra
insulation in roof, walls & floor, wood
panelling interior, wood siding exterior plus
separate utility building. Owner will finance
with small down pmt. Hwy. 386A.


HOWARD. CREEK. Small mobile home on
52'x105' lot for only $4,500. Screened porch,
1 bdrm., 1 ba.,' has stove, refrig., couch &
chair. Morgan's Ave., 1'/ blks. on left.,




* RENTALS
* SALES
* MINI WAREHOUSE STORAGE

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


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Lf. -'..yi '> ...


FOR SALE I FOR SAE FOR SLE_ I


75x715' lot on Ma
Phone 648-8972.

HOUSE FOR S.
1302 Garrison A
'bdrm., 1 ba., cen. I
chen, breakfast ri
rm., liv. rim., util
Fenced in back ya
neighborhood.
227-1731.


1980 Mazda RX-
miles, a.c., am/fm st
namon, rear louvr
cond. $8,200. 229-6182
1973 MG-BGT. Cal
days or after 5 p.m.

1974 Grand Prix P
good cond. Want on]
interested call 229-62

1974 Plymouth Dus
condition. $750. Call


Come by, and see A
Barbara; for goo
cars.
Dixie D Auto Si
I Mexico Beac





Wanted: To buy a u
high chair. Call 229-8
Will buy lamps, di
tures, old crochet pie
229-6254.


irvin Ave. RA-SU-TA Dollhouse. Open
tfc7-15 in Wewa. Handmade to'
perfection. Featuring Sesame
St., Smurfs, Miss Piggy &
ALE latest E.T. and Garfield's.-
ve. 2' Plus others. Red Bull Island
h/a, kit- Drive. 639-5701. B,. Owens.
mi., din. Mercurcy 50 h.p. outboard
lity. rn. motor (long ft.), complete w
ird, nice controls. Also 1 lower unit for
Phone 75 h.p. Johnson outboard
tfc7-22 motor (short ft.). S. C. Prid-
geon, 227-1767. 2tp 10-7
Used' refrigerator, asking
* $50, in running condition. Call
648-5449, Mexico Beach.
150 yard gill net, good shape.,
7 28,0001 Zig zag sewing machine.
tereo, in- Phone 229-6030. ltp'10-7
'e, excel. 5'x8' boxed-in trailer. Call
Stfc 10-7 648-5353. I 'tl0-7
11 229-7271 ,- Approximately 1000 old bot-
648-5993. tles and jars, $200 for all. Need
2tp 10-7 space. Call 648-8926.
'ontiac, in One 23'x8' oyster' boat
ly $475. If (plywood) $200; one 20'x6.'
218. oyster boat (cypress) $100;.
Itp 10-7 one set 18 tooth oyster tongs
ster, good $75; one 22' boat trailer $200.; 1
227-1364. 4 roll-a-way bed $30; 1 b&w
t.v. needs minor repair, $10;
one set doors & shrimp net,
$100. For more information
rlene & call 229-6999 and ask for Tim.
d used Chevrolet 6 cyl. marine eng-
ine, $125; 40 h.p. Perkins die-
ales sel 4 cyl. rpm $550; heavy
h 3-axle boat trailer, holds 10
tons, will handle 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
sed baby cast headed winch, front
36se1 ay brakes, hand brakes and clut-
1 p ches, $175. Call 229-6905.
shes, pic- 2t 9-30


eces. call


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Side-by-side refrigera-
=-- torfreezer,- -with new ice
maker, $250; 12" b&w T.V.
$40; black vinyl bar $40,;
handmade quilt $35; 2 elec.
-blankets $10 ea.; double
bed complete $50; semi-
auto rifle $50; down sleep-
ing bg $7.50; canvas tarp
9Vx11 $15; lawn furniture,
house plants, homemade
relish and preserves; Ig.
size men and women's
clothing,' excellent condi-
tion; 3 drawer antique
dresser $30; brown metal
30o wardrobe $20. Call 648-8308.


Mobile Home: 12x55' in good
condition, partially furnished.
$3,000 firm. Call 229-8708 or
227-1327. tfc8-12

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
Need home with no small
children for rescued kitten.,
Has 'had' veterinary care,
worming, first shots, etc. I
must have permission to take
her, at my expense, for boost-
er shots and a spaying opera-
tion. I have an older cat that
makes it impossible to keep
the kitten. Call 648-5132.


House in White City, 2
bdrm., 1 ba. on Ig. lot, security
deposit required. Phone after
5 at 229-6825. ltpl10-7
1 bdrm. beachside apart-
ments (utilities paid) at
Beacon Hill. Also travel
trailer spaces and 1 mobile
home space. Call 648-8398.
tfc 10-7
By Month: 2 bdrm. furnish-
ed house on Canal St., 2 block
from beach at St. Joe Beach.
Can be seen Sat., Oct. 9,8 a.m.
7 p.m. and Sun., Oct. 10, 8-12
noon, or call Marianna
904/482-3884. Itc 10-7
4 bdrm. house, dishwasher
in kitchen, chain link fence,
706 Woodward Ave., $300 per
month, $150 deposit. CallC
227-1738. ltc 10-7'
Furnished apt. for rent,
utilities furnished. $250. Call
648-5200. It 10-7


50'x100' trailer spaces for
rent. $40 per mo. 229-8669. Itp
Low rent to right couple, 2
bdrm. traileron 5 acres. Keep
place clean and repaired.
227-1802.
Approx. 900 sq. ft. office for
rent on. -Reid Ave. Call
229-8899. tfic 9-30
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 heed for wet carpets.
:Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.


Rooms for Rent: by day,:
week, month. Air cond., TV.
'Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7-1
SKI BREEZE
Camping, campers for rent,
day, week or month. On the
Gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Res. 229-6105.


Fully furnished one
bedroom cottage, glassed in
porch, available now. Come
see at 207 Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach or phone 648-8918.
tfe 9-16




- Garage Sale: Friday, 703
Park Ave., Highland View. 9
a.m. till 5.
Yard Sale: Friday, 8 till 4,
607 Park Ave., Highland View.
2 Family Yard Sale: Fri.,
Oct. 8, 9-4. 1904 Cypress Ave.
Adult and children's clothing.
2 boys size 12 Pittsburgh'
Steeler jackets, like new.
Levis, size 10-12 slim. Tool box
and lots of odds and ends.
Yard Sale: Fri. & Sat., 9-4.
Desoto St., St.Joe Beach. New
and used clothes.
Porch Sale: Sat., Oct. 9,
.small appliances, glassware
pieces, etc. Corner Americus
& Cortez. St. Joe Beach.
Big Backyard Sale: Sat.,
Oct. 9, 8:30 a.m., 103 St.
Joseph Dr. (near hospital).
Clothing, bedding, furniture,
books, household goods, win-
dows, doors and many other
misc. items. .

Copies
Now at

\The Star
S 306 Williams Ave.




ROACHES
Get ride' of those pesty bugs
the professional way. For
reasonable rates, call Ron at
229-6769. tp 10-7

GILBERT'S
Construction & Landscaping
Third generation carpenter,
over .7 yrs. experience on
beach. No job too large or too
small. Phone 648-8542. 3tc 9-23
Cabinet work, trim work,
doors, windows, ,shelves. Saw
filing, painting, stain work,
work with formica. Work
guaranteed. Bert Hall. Call
227-1584. tfc8-19


BABYSITTINGDay 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
.. 4tp9-16


Ceramics Duncan Class
Make beautiful candles, Oct.
14, 1982, Thursday, 10:00 till
5:00, e.s.t. Class fee is $5.00.
Must be signed up by Oct. 12.


Class given
Ayers at I
Center. For
call 648-8262

HAN
Will repair a
hold carper
repairs to mi
install carpet
able rates. R


COSTING
AGENT
All Forms
322 Reid Av
Phon


LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
Carpet* Upholstery
*.Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447
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AVON To Buy or Sell
Call Mrs. L. Z. Henderson
Group Sales Leader
227-1281
tfc 8-26
ST, JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day


by Livern H.
MiniatUre Craft Air Conditioning- Heating
more information Refrigeration Appliance
after 5:00 p.m. Parts and Service
2tp 9-30 DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing-
DY MAN 'Appliance Repair
ill type of house- All Brands
itry jobs. Also Norris Daniels
obile homes. Will Phone 229-8416
t& vinyl. Reason- 106 Bellamy Circle
on Ross. 229-6769. tfc 4-16
FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
S .. .... .Gifts
INSURANCE 319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
VCY, INC. Port St. Joe, Florida
s of Insurance If no answer call 229-8964 r
'e., Port St. Joe Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
e 229-8899 Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
tfc 11-12 9:00-12:00 Wed.
SHAI.OW WEL .I.


SAVE
A bookkeeper can save you
Income Tax Dollars when
your bookkeeper is an ex-
perienced Tax Return Pre-
parer.
.Monthly fee includes ALL
'required tax forms
My work will stand: up'
under C.P.A. audit.

Starting miny 6th: year at
same location.
116 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Phone 229-8536
WAUNETA'S
Bookkeeping Service
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hoheman
Owner Assistant
25tp7-15


229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry


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SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!



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Sears Catalog Sales

297-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


The Sewing Room
S 410 A Reid Avenue
p"'T Port St. Joe, Florida O/
"Quality Fabrics afiAffordable Prices"




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


REEVES FURNITURE &

' REFINISHING SHOPPE \
1313 Long Avenue Phone 229-6374

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


Custom Matting & Framing of:
* PAINTINGS PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK


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

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


* Mexico Beach, Fla.


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
CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
Psychological Services for'
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)


St. Joseph Bay

1 Residential a^ i
Constrict'o
* Commerciel





W. S. IBiff) Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229-8795


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

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




ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P. O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY.
306 Reid Avenue







"I think it was something I ate. -



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


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


(OUTSIDE
FLORIDA)


SMEXICO BEACH. 1 yr. old double wide
mobile home on 2 lots (150'x112/). 3 bdrm.,
2 ba., includes dishwasher, frost-free refrig.,
stove, carpet, cer. h&a/c, extra nice. Corner
6th St. & Florida.


MEXICO BEACH. Beachside quadraplex, 3
bdrm., 2 ba. each unit. Cen. h&a/c, carpet,
brick construction. 34th St.



Small mobile home for sale. To be moved to your lot.
$2,500.00.
* WETAPPO LOTS
* BEACHSIDE LOTS & HOUSES


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


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For Sale by Owner 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
Call 9041968-5464, Pensacola o,


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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. mas6nary home with
carport on Ig. lot in good neighbor-
hood. Chain link" fence around
backyard. $33,500.00.

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

Lg. frame dwelling with lots of porch
on 85'x130' lot, 1V1/2 blk. from beach.
St. Joe Beach.. Also 1 bdrm. cottage
on property. Sold as is furnished.
$41,900.00.

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

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


HANNON
INSURANCE AGENCY

221 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
227-1133
FRANK HANNON, Broker'
ROY SMITH, Assoc. JOHN CL ENNEY, Assoc.


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VARSITY CHEERLEA6ERS: Standing, from&qft: Cathy Rish, Marcia Stoutamire, Traci McClain, Pam
Sanborn, Lisa'Wh'aleyi and eris~'Tapper. Formation from/left, Vicki Barlow, Staci Angerer and
Laitricia Allen. Cassahdra Thomas is shown in front. -Star photo


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


SVarsity Schedule


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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 7
306 Williams Avenue Phone 227-1278

Western Auto
Your Tire Center
David B. May Phone 227-1105


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

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

Costin Insurance
Your Independent Agent
Call 229-8899

COSTIN'S
Quality al 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

Driesba.ch'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
Digniited, Professional Service
Port St. Joe 229.8111 Wewa 639-5602.


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

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

BADCOCK
Hoine Furnishings Center
201 Reid Avenue Phone 229-6195

C. E. BASIC
We Back The Sharks"

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

BOYLES
Shoes for the Family
Clothing for Ladies & Children

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

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

Cqmpbell's Drug Store
Home of Friendly Service
Call 227-1224 Nights & Holidays 648-5071

Carr's Auto Sales
Phone 229-6961


Hannon Insurance
and Real Estate 227-1133

Highland View Motors
603 Hwy 98 at Highland View
K&D TV & Sound
Your RADIO SHACK Dealer
Miller Agency, Inc.
Chevron Products Pnone 229-8081

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

Pauline's
SpecializIng In Homemade Desserts
and Noon Bullet

PERRY'S PIZZA
And Amusements.
Video Game Room and Sandwiches
107 Second Streel
Piggly Wiggly
Homeowned and Operated
For Greater Savings Phone 227-1728.

Raffield 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 "

W SAVEWAY
We Specialize In Iowa Corn Fed Beef
arnd Fresh-As-Possible Produce

SEARS
LEON POLLOCK,'Authorized Catalog
Sales Merchant

St. Joe Auto Parts
S 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


Join the Winning Team at
Wewahitchka State Bank
Phone 229-8226


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1982


. .. DUIEmphasis
Butterflies Bring Fall Color
SReduces Deaths


BY J. C;. WILLOXU


With the advent of fall in Gulf County,
you don't notice too many trees
changing color or too much frost on the
ground. Instead, you are treated to a
moving, kaleidoscope of color as
butterflies and birds begin moving
south for the winter.
Soon after the first cool front of fall,
in mid-to-late September, the yellow
Sulfur and orange-black Monarch but-
terflies appear, most on their way to
Mexico or South America. For the most
part, they fly close to the ground,
stopping to snack off the fall wildflow-
ers, such as camphor weed, blazing
star"x or woody goldenrod.


une of the nicest places to watch
these beautiful creatures is at St.
Joseph Peninsula State Park, across
the bay from the city of Port St. Joe.
You can combine bird and butterfly
watching with hiking, camping, fishing,
or just plain relaxing, leaving all cares
behind.
Another migration takes place at the
same time- the annual fall migration
of birds of prey. At times, you can count
hawks, falcons, and kestrels by the
dozens as they wing their way. south.
Most of the hawks in. our area have
followed the mountains and streams
south to the Gulf Coast by way of the
Apalachicola River Basin, then turn


EXTENSION NOTES:.


Good Fertilizer


Program Essential

BY ROY LEE CIARTER County Extension Director


A good fertilizer program is gardening in Florida. Plants properly and to produce vege-
an essential part of vegetable need fertilizer to develop. tables of high quality. But
fertilizer can sometimes be
confusing, what do the num-
bers on the label mean? And
TRY IT BEFORE YOU BUY IT! how much of which kind
Thinking about a small computer for business or should you use? My informa-
personal use? Come to International Computers for ad- tion for this article /was
vice. We are programmers and users of computers provided by Extension Ve-
not salesmen! A little free advice will save you rroney, getable Specialist Jim Ste-
time and headaches. phens.
IBM & Apple Personal Computer You can improve the fertili-
Classes Starting ty of your garden soil with
Two 10-hour Introductory Computer Classes starling animal manures or other
Tuesday, October 12th and Thursday, October 14th. kinds of organic residue But
Five 2-hour sessions once a week. 7-9 p m. to do the job right in most
Hands on experience with IBM Personal Computer situations you need a commer-
and Apple II Computer. By course end you will actual- cial fertilizer with significant
ly have written ana run a computer program on both amounts of the three major
computers. plant nutrients.
Class size limited to 6 people sign up soon! Plants need a variety of
Course cost only $65.00 nutrients but the major ele-
Basic, Assembler, Forth, WordStar (word process- ments you need to supply are
ing) & VisiCalc (electronic spread sheet) instruction also nitrogen, phosphorus and po-
available. International Computers provides a lull range tassium. Fertilizers are com-
of data processing services, supplies and training to only described in terms of
local residents. the amount of these nutrients
they contain. For example, a
International Computers 100 lb. bag of 10-10-10 fertilizer
would contain 100 lbs. of
P. O. Box 13547 Phone (904) 648-8484 nitrogen compound, 10 lbs. of
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410 phosphorus in the form of
phosphoric acid, and 10 Ilbs. of


west to fly around mthe LGulf of MeXico.
Again, a great place to watch for them
is in St. Joe Park, at Eagle Harbor.
Hawks dislike flying great distances
over water, and the narrowness of the
. peninsula at this point leads to large
congregations of the birds.
So, pack a picnic lunch, or, a light
snack to eat, and visit the park for a day
of bird and butterfly watching. You
might want to bring a pair of
binoculars, but they aren't strictly
/necessary. The Gulf County Library,
has. many reference books about
bird-watching, and all of the rangers at
the State Park will be happy to help you
as-well.


potassium compound called
potash. ;
The type of fertilizer you
need depends quite a bit on the
kind of soil you have. Your
real objective is to provide
-only those plant nutrients that.
your soild doesn't already
have in amounts large enough
for vegetable production.
For the sandy soils that are-
so common in Florida, we
usually recommend a 10-10-10
or 13-13-13 fertilizer.
For sandy soils and other
soils with low nitrogen, you'll
need between two and five lbs.
of fertilizer for every 100 sq. ft.
of garden space. On organic
soils you'll need one or two Ilbs.
of fertilizer for every 100 sq. ft.
You should divide the fertili-
Szer called for into three or four
applications., The first appli-
cation should be applied at
planting in shallow furrows
beside the row, use L4 of tlih
total recommended amount at
this particular time. The rest
should be applied in two or
three sidedressing spaced at
least three weeks apart.
Never place the seeds directly
in the fertilizer or place
fertilizer too close to young
seedlings, because it could
cause a burning effect on the
plants.


The crackdown by state
troopers on drinking drivers
has resulted in 2,352 DUI
arrests in the first two months
since Florida's tough new DUI
law went into effect July 1,
and traffic fatalities have
declined during this period
said the Florida Highway
Patrol this week.
Lt. Colonel Roger Collar,
acting director of the Florida
Highway Patrol said, "Troop-
ers statewide have made
2,352 arrests for driving while,
under the influence of alcohol
or drugs, during the period

Gulf County

SchoolLunch


MENU
Monday, Oct. 11
Pizza, sliced peaches, mix-
ed vegetables,' oatmeal: co-
okie, and milk.
Tuesday, Oct. i2
COLUMBUS DAY MENU
Ship Ahoy fish sticks, Trea-
sure Chest, Voyager Potatoes,
Pirate Roll, Cargo of Milk.
Wednesday, Oct. 13
Chicken, mashed potatoes,
baby lima beans, roll, and
milk.
Thursday, Oct. 14
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
tossed salad, green beans,
roll, and milk.
Friday, Oct. 15
Hoagie sandwich, lettuce,
tomato, pickle, baked beans,
and milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.

Frink School

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


July 1 through August 31, 1982
and the crackdown against
drunk drivers is continuing.
This is an increase of 963 DUI
arrests by troopers of the
Florida Highway Patrol over
the same period last year "
Traffic deaths for the first
six months of this year stood
at 1,427 or 82 fewer deaths
than when this program began
on July 1, 1982. On September
13, traffic fatalaties had de-
clined to 205 fewer than the
same period in 1981 when 2,092
died
"The adjusting of trooper's
work schedules to increase
patrol coverage during the
hours of 6-00 P M. to 2-00
A M., particularly on week-
ends and in areas frequented
by drinking drivers is paying
off in lives saved," concluded
Collar, "and we plan to
continue our efforts by strict
enforcement of Florida's new
law."


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