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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 28, 1982
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 9


THE STAR

Industry -Deep Water Port- Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 t THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1982


Even In Gulf ... Elephant and Donkey Will Battle


For Northwest Florida "Democrat coun-
try", having a ballot with five state races on it in
a general election is a rare thing. To generate
as much interest as the several questions have
over the past few days is even more rare.
Voters of the redneck section of Florida will
trek to the polls with the rest of the nation on
Tuesday of next week to select a governor for the
state, a U.S. Senator, a U.S. Representative, a
Secretary of State and a Commissioner of
Agriculture.
Doyle Conner as the Commissioner of
Agriculture and George Firestone as Secretary
of State are probably the only cabinet members
with any longevity in the State of Florida who
have ever had Republican opposition in a
general election.
What makes this election, which would be
traditionally of not much interest, .is that it
contains the names of two northwest Florida
men who are well-known in the Panhandle,


particularly among the agricultural circles
Seeking the position of Governor will be Bob
Graham who is accepted as governor of Florida
in these parts because he has one of the
Panhandle's favorite sons. Wayne Mixson as his
Lt. Governor running partner They will meet
Republican Skip Bhaalis and Leo Callahan
Tuesday.
George Firestone, who, like other Secretarys
of State before him, has almost lived in
anonymity in his pbst, faces a Republican
opponent in Jim Smith Doyle Conner, the
long-time Commissioiler of Agriculture will be
opposed by Barbard Lindsey.
Uncommon experiences for both Cabinet
officers.
AMkNJDMENTS
Gulf County electors will also have three
amendments to the state constitution to decide
upon in their voting Tuesday The amendments
would allow former Legislators to become
lobbyists immediately after leaving office:


would align Florida's search and seizure laws
more in line with federal guidelines (Florida's
are now more strict) and; would allow the
holding of criminals without release if they
would be a menace to society if released while
awaiting trial.
See the sample ballot on page 13 of this issue
for a full text of how these amendments will be
included on the ballot.
JUDICIAL
Four judges from the District Court of
Appeal will also be on the ballot, giving the
people a chance to vote them out of office if they
desire. You do not vote for judges; you vote as to
whether or not you wish to retain them for
another term. On the ballot are Judges Richard
W. Ervin, Ill. Robert P. Smith, James E. Joanos
and Ford L. Thompson.
Voting times and precinct voting places will
be the same as for the two primary elections in
September and October.


Controversy Questions Coverage


County Insurance Placed


After a two month struggle,
the County Commission final-
ly placed its insurance busi-
ness Tuesday night. Even the
final session was a stormy
one, with the decision coming
only after an hour and a half of
sales pitches and charges of
'failing to meet specifications
ahiong the several insurance


agents' present.
Commissioner Billy Branch
made a motion to take the low
bid in each of the several
policy items called for by the
county, but objections from
Gulf County agents over a
charge of failing to adequately
cover .the county's property in
the past by the apparent low


Marker Erected
This new marker was erected by the St.
Joseph Historical Society this past week, just
across the entrance road to the Old St. Joseph


bidder, caused Commissioner'
Doug Birmingham to make a
motion to accept the low bid
from only Gulf County agents
on each insurance item bid.
Birmingham's motion- was
defeated on a 3-2 vote, with
Commissioners Branch, Mon-
ey and Gortman casting nay
votes.


Cemetery..-E'fplaining that the fenced in part
of the old cemetery is only a small portion of
the old burial ground, the monument marks
the area where people of the yellow fever
days of old St. Joseph, buried their dead,
some in unmarked graves. -Star photo


Mexico Beach to Elect Mayor
Mexico Beach will be voting, a new-comer to the race for' same 'hours as the .general
on two local questions during the top governmental post of,' election, which will also be
the regular election next Tues- the beach city. held on Tuesday.
day.' The presence of animals on
.. ") Ha a T the beaches particularly
M.:B.'iBob) Hale and Tom gs has been a topic of
Stallings will be seeking elec- dogs -ihas been a topic of
tion to the post of Mayor of the much discussion and consid-
Town andto the post of Mayor of endumthe eration at council meetings at
eTown and a referendum will Mexico Beach for some time
be presented to the electorate now. The matter is coming to
to see if they favor banning a head and a decision, with the
animals on the beaches and in questionn being placed on the
public places. ballot.
Flale is a former Mayor of Beach voters will vote in the
Mexico Beach and Stallings is same places and during :the


* Then things got interesting. Costin rebutted this with,
Based on the motion which "Who would make them honor
was being considered to the claim if they hadn't
place the insurance business wanted to? They are not
items with the low bidder for' regulated by the Insurance
each policy it seemed as if Commission."
Risk Management, a self- The Commission finally let
insuring arm of the Florida the business, with Risk Man-
League of Cities, was going to agement again getting the
get the lion's share of the largest hunk of county insur-
business, by a savings to the ance, even though some of the
county of some $1,200. Commissioners expressed
Robert Costin, of the Costin concern over Costin's char-
Agency of Port St. Joe, ges, which were not denied by
objected to the business going Risk Management.
to Risk Management, who had
also been successful in writing As a result of the confronta-
most of the business last year. tion, the Commission decided
-Risk Ma na- ent hod that the insurance business
made an $O0 error in'their would be bid again next year,
obid,. which enabled them to be but in anticipation of the
-tibe. low ..bkddei- *when- 4hey-. !s u:.ance bj i*.hgf1. mis-.
"edged to'honor.their bid as it sion would secure the services
was written / "" of an insurance expert to draw
All of this p;ro ted tin up an adequate coverage plan
to question wi,, d't ctforce for. th county to go by,
Risk Management orply alloWing each firing to bid on
with. their contract( ,in' the .the same coverage and same
future if any litigation ariises.. items.
"They are not regulated by I
the State Insurahce Commis- To R e
sion", Costin said, "and you l esum e
have no leverage to force
them to perform if a question- Foodstuffs
able claim comes up.".',
Costin went on to ciie e
that Risk Management ,ad lStribution
failed to cover the CounIty
Courthouse for windstorm and Notification was received in
hail in the.current year, as the Gulf County this past week
insurance 'program of the from the Department of
county requires them to do. Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
"Doesn't it seem sort of silly vices that the county would
in Gulf County, a half mile soon be receiving monthly
from the water, not to have distribution of cheese,milk
windstorm and hail insur- and butter.
ance? You didn't have it this The foodstuffs are being
year, even though you paid for distributed by the Depart-
it and received no full rebate ment of Agriculture as surplus
when that part of your policy food commodities and are
was denied by the firm they given free to citizens who
contracted with to carry your qualify for the distribution.
property insurance." According to the notice, Gulf
The representative for Risk County 'will begin receiving
Management who was present : the commodities 'for distribu-

at the meeting, didn't deny the tion in January, 1983. After the
charges made by Costin but ;distribution begins in Janu-.
stated, "Our firm would have ary, they will be carried out on
stood by the face of the policy a monthly basis as long as the,
if there had been any claim." commodities last.


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Officials will try to make this pumpkin
face the worst thing the young Trick or


Treaters face on Friday and Saturday
night in both ends of Gulf County.


kfflcalsl Organizing


Trick or Treat Nights


SIn:a joint agreement this week, law
enforcement officials of the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department and the Port St. Joe
Police Department have declared Satur-
day night an official "Trick or Treat"
night for Hallowe'erin i the Port St. Joe
'area and the Beaches.
"Itis not our desire to tell people when
to trick or treat, but if it can all be done in
one night, then we can concentrate our
patrol for protection of the 'Little Goblins'
safety", Sheriff Murphy said.
Murphy said leaders in the Wewa-
hitchka area had agreed to have the trick
or treat activities on Friday night, so there
can be a concentration of law enforcement
officers in each end of the county on the
night when so many small children will be
on the street after dark.
"We're not looking for or expecting


any unusual happenings on these nights,
but with small children on the streets when
it isn't all that easy for the driver of
automobiles to see, you' can't be too
careful", Sheriff Murphy said.
Sheriff Murphy said Chief Roy Robin-
son, Mayor Frank Pate, Chief Jonathan
Glass and Mayor Robert Nations, Jr., feel
the designated period for the Hallowe'en
fun will help make it safer for everyone.
Good tips for the trick or treaters are:,
first and foremost, watch out for vehicles
on the streets and highways. Trick or treat
only in a neighborhood you are familiar
with. Do not take treats from strangers.
Destroy or turn over to parents all treats
that have been opened. Parents should
inspect all treats prior to consumption,
People who welcome trick or treaters are
urged to leave their porch lights on.


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Veterans' Officer


Selection Mo


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found


.. ..the Gulf of Mexico, in this area to Rotary
DGoverm nor 8s its* District Governor Bud West of Tallahassee.
West was in Port St. Joe last week, paying his
Port St. Joe Rotary Club president, Bill official visit to the club and speaking at the
wford, right, presents a piece of artwork regular luncheon meeting Thursday. West
de up by local crafsmen using seashells was the guest of honor at an assembly held
nd along the shores of St. Joseph Bay and Wednesday evening. -Star photo


The Gulf County Commis-
sion is walking softly in the
matter of selection of a new
veterans, service officer to
replace Fred Kleeb, who was
released earlier this month by
the board.
Monday, the Board will
interview nine applicants for
the position, who have been
recommended to the Board by
the Florida State Employment
Service. To take any taint of
favoritism out of the replace-
ment, the Board designated
the Employment Service to
make the selections for them
when the search started for a
new .officer.
The employment service
has recommended only three


applicants for interviews, but
the Board decided TuesdAy
night to interview all nine.
MEETING CHANGED
The regular November 26
meeting of the Board was
changed at Tuesday night's
meeting.
Normally, the regular rota-
tion would place the Board's
last meeting in November just
two days before Thanksgiv-
ing. The meeting has been
moved to Tuesday, November
16 for reorganization of the
Board and seating Everette
Owens as the new member of
the board, who will be starting
a four year term.
CREDIT UNION OFFERS
Harry Lee Smith, of the St.


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Joe Papermakers Federal:
Credit Union made an offer to
the Board for county employ-
ees to become a part of the
credit union. Smith said the
employees had applied for:
membership earlier, but reg-.
ulations governing the opera-*
tion of the credit union would
not allow them to take on the
county employees.
"The rules have recently
been changed now and we can
offer the employees all the
benefits they are receiving-
from Tyndall, plus the conven-
ience of doing their business
here," Smith said.
Commissioner Birmingham
asked that Doug Kent be
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All Together No -

Set Your Clocks!
Let's.see nowi
You "spring ahead" in the spring and "fall back" in
the fail.
Using that little equation, it is time to warn our
readers that the time changes early Sunday morning,
and when you awaken at 7:00 in the morning on Sunday
morning, it will really be f 00 according to the new clock
setting.
With the time change, it would be a wise thing to do
on Saturday night, to set your clock back one hour before
retiring for the night, so you will be in step with the world
on Sunday morning.
Setting your clock back on Saturday evening will
give you an excellent opportunity to make up for that
hour of sleep you lost in the spring when the nation went
on Daylight Saving Time.
I Early Sunday morning, it's back to standard.time
until next spring. Don't forget it!
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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR


THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1982


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Uncle Sam Has



SFlexed His Muscle
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One of the biggest surprises we It's nice to see the United Staies
aye had this year came last week show off its muscle in a useful
one morning, when we read the daily manner for a change. In the past,
Snwspaper at the breakfast table, our government has reminded us of
^ It was an even bigger surprise a body builder. They have all the
than learning the bank had made a muscle anyone could ask for but it
na mistake and our account had $200 has been used only for showing off
S'-miore in it than the check stub and preening before an unapprecia-
L,'showed. tive audience. Now, it is being put to
We were surprised beyond belief work in a gainful manner.
when the government of the United One thing we noted; the move by
'States stated, in public, in terse the U.S. Ambassador to the United
words and plain sentences that this Nations worked. It worked admir-
nation would pull out of the U.N. and ably. '
remove all its financial support if If you noticed the last of the
the U.N. voted Israel out of week, the Arabs toned down their
^. Itembership. attitude to the point where they were
-,':It was as plain as that There no longer demanding the ouster of
was no mealy-mouthed diplomatic the nation of Israel.
talk. There was no reading between
the lines. There was no "trade talk" All of a sudden,' they could put
w'ich could be interpreted to mean up with Israel remaining a member
l:what'ever the situation at had of the UN.
require We hope this unaccustomed use
It was plain, straight from the. of the Uncle's muscle will become a
Ssihoulder if Israel is voted out of habit, at least to the point of
St e U.N., the United States will continuing to stand up for and
.;. resign and take its financial support protect our interest in the world.
wih it. We've let our interest slide in the
', Hot dog! favor of others for too long.



SChose Not to Go

SWe were amused to read an entertainment and not depend on the
i.-editorial in the News-Herald follow- tax payer to do it for them.
ifig the Panama City Beach Seafood We know from experience, they
: .tival and the Tyndall AFB air will have an answer for this reply.
o'r1w, which happened all in the Should we follow the News-Her-
same week end a short time ago. ald philosophy,, we would have no
The News-Herald was apprecia- parks. Every tax payer doesn't use a
-tikite of the clean entertainment park and therefore, shouldn't have
I. wvf"ch had been offered for the his or her tax money used for them.
People, but were aghast at the fact All roads should be toll roads. Not
i'', that the air show, especially, had everyone drives a car. When we buy
i een financed by tax dollars and gasoline for our lawn mower, we still
Thought everyone should-paY---- Tayr-therTowad tagi and the lawn
his 'or her own way for their mower-, ,n t,going to be used on a
,.- road. There s yet another inequity.
SChildless couples shouldn't have to
pay sclibol taxes (and they will
SGet Them All probably argue along with this
Premisee.
We're glad the U.N. is finally If we get into the inequities of
interested in expulsion of the taxation and tax spending, we could
criminals in their midst, Who go and on and on again in almost any
take advantage of our countries field of endeavor one could imagine.
less able to care for themselves. Mird you, we don't favor taxing
Now that they've started the masses for the privilege of the
maybe Russia will get her just few, but we feel it is going a bit far to
due for invading Afghanistan, express chagrin at a public display
Czechoslovakia, Finland, Ru- of our military prowess. At least, we
mania, East Germany, and a all had the opportunity to go and
host of others. view the show we paid for if we were
: Then there is Cuba, China, of a mind to.
Vietnam, etc., all guilty of There was nobody telling us we
invading others who didn't invite couldn't attend because we did or
them in. didn't pay taxes.
As long as we're punishing, We chose not to go, even though
lel's get them all. we had helped pay the bill, which we
S believe is our right to do so.




.There Are A Lot of Import a

I HOPE IT'S NO secret to you that defeated, let it be because the people one-par
next Tuesday is an election day again didn't cast their votes in favor, rather which h
herd in Gulf County. There aren't any than because the elector just didn't vote n Gulf Co
good old boys from down the road ... for anyone. the Geo


. running for any office on the ballot, but
there arc two guys running for the
office of governor of the State of Florida
and United States Senator and Member
of the United States Congress and other
important offices.
The average man on the street
doesn't know many of the candidates on
the :ballot next Tuesday, except by
reputation or notoriety, depending on
who you've been talking too.
Most of the candidates on the ballot
are good people, interested in their
constituents and the state itself. When
you get right down to it, any one of them
would probably do a creditable job and
be conscientious in their work if they
were elected.
The point we're trying to make is
that all of the candidates on the ballot
Tuesday can't serve.
Someone has to be left behind when
the day is done Tuesday. The one who
gets: left behind deserves to get the
best chance they can at not being left
behind. In other words, if he or she is


Tue


When I was about ten years right shoulder was numbed by
old my cousin, Denver, and I a crushing blow delivered
went to the movie. It was a from the man's elbow. His left
Saturday afternoon and wd elbow caught me on the front
were in high spirits, an!, o of my right shoulder and the
looking forward to seeing our" force of the blow snapped my
favorite cowboy, Roy Rogers, head around- and it hurt!
in action. "What did you say, smart
We arrived at the theater a aleck?", he asked in a menac-
little late and quickly bought a.' ing voice.. "I said I. whs
coke and bag of popcorn and sorry," was my weak reply.
hurriedly made our way in-,,, "Watch where you're going,
side. Once inside we were, kid. The next time you step on
immediately blinded by th,, my foot, I'll break your
intense darkness. With Den- neck!"
ver leading the way we My whole day was ruined I
stumbled along to a point, was scared and mad and not
about half the way toward the able to do anything about
screen. Denver turned into an. either. The man was about
aisle and immediately, stum- twenty-five and, at that time,
bled on someone's feet. Think- looked like King Kong. My
ing the person had moved feelings were hurt and my
their feet I charged ahead and pride seriously wounded. I
did the same thing. With my vowed that day if I ever grew
back to the person on whose .up and saw that man again
feet I had stepped, I muttered that I would whip him until his
a "I'm sorry" and took the inama wouldn't recognize
seat immediately to that per- him. I would slap him naked
son's left. All of a sudden my 'and hide his clothes! How does


that feel, you big bully??
Sooner or later a man
learns, if he is smart, that it is
best to forget a lot of things.
Holding a grudge can only
tear down a man and keep his
mind occupied with thoughts
that lead down a dead end
road. There are inconsisten-
cies in everyone's life and the,
sooner a I man can forget
things.like the above mention-
ed, the better off he will be.
One must get on with the
program of life
There have been many
things that have happened to
me since that minor incident
in the movie and many of
them have been a lot worse,
both physically and mentally.
I have managed to push them
aside and continue my, so far,
uninterrupted journey
through life. The way I have
managed to do this is to think
of other, more positive things:
things like a new car, a big
raise, a pretty girl (that's


always a good one that never
fails), or other things of a
positive nature. Thinking
thus, it never fails to take the
edge off my hostility and set
my mind on better, more
positive goals.
Because of this ability my
life has become much richer;
richer in happiness, peace of
mind and, above all, content-
ment ini knowing that I am a
mature, adult individual. I
sleep good at night because I


know there is no way I could
lower myself to punch a kid,
for any reason,
It is with great self-satisfac-
tion that I have reached this
station in life. I walk with my
head held high and my chest
thrust forward and, usually, a
smile on my face. And if I ever
see that man that punched me
in that theater that day, I
promise you, I'm going to beat
the daylights out of him!!!':


Be On Alert for Small

Children In the Streets


The Florida Highway Patrol
has asked parents and drivers
to be especially alert for small
children in the streets on
,Halloween night.
Lt Colonel Roger C Collar,
acting director of the Patrol
said, "Many children, some
dressed in dark costumes and
masks, will be out after dark
and all drivers should be on
the lookout for them "
According to Patrol records,
there were 7,112 pedestrians
killed or injured in 1981. Of
those killed. ll1 were under 15
years of age and of those
injured, 1.769 were under 15.
Some tips from the Patrol
for a safe Halloween are: Try


to trick-or-treat when it is still
light outside; Wear a costume
that makes it easy for you to
walk, see, and be seen;
'If you must go out at night,
make certain that your cos-
tume is light colored; Carry a
flashlight so you can see and
be seen easily; Use reflective
tape on your costume so
people driving cars can see
you;
A face mask will keep you
from seeing well. Take off
your mask before you cross a
street. In fact, why not. use
makeup instead of a mask?
Lt. Colonel Collar concluded
by urging drivers to look out
for the fun loving "spooks"


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"Welcome to My Parlor," Said the Spook.


fnt

ty state
d a an, re


Questions On the Ballot for Next Tuesday


and the only party remain in office.
eser nation at all in Next Tuesday .


unty, other than Democrat, was
>rge Wallace party.
sday, there will be five different


ETAOINSHRDLU

By: W4


I THINK IT WAS last election, two
years ago, when we here in Gulf County
had our first Republican candidate
seeking a local office on the ballot.
It wasn't too much longer in the
past when getting elected on the
Democratic ticket meant you had the
race won in Florida, for whatever one
happened to be running for. When the
Democratic candidate won his' pri-
mary, he was governor.
Just a short while ago, we were a


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Ervin,.III, Robert P. Smith, James E.
Joanos and Ford L. 'Thompson are
asking you to allow them to remain in


esley R. Ramsey


high ranking offices on the ballot for,
our choice. All pit Democratic candi-
dates against Republican candidates.
There's more changing in Florida
than the weather.

HARDLY ANYONE KNOWS there
will be four District Court of Appeals
judges on the ballot Tuesday. These
judges are already in office, but Florida
law says they must come to the people
every so often and ask for permission to


their positions.
So far as I know, there is no reason
to remove them from office. Since their
running seems to be such a well-kept
/ 'secret, it's a cinch there is nothing
against their character or performance
to their detriment or we all would have
heard of it long ago.

ALSO OF IMPORTANCE on Tues-
day are three Constitutional Amend-.
ments we must approve or disapprove.


Constitutional Amendments usual-
ly get scant attention on Florida ballots
and as a consequence, there are some
bad amendments put on the Constitu-
tion, simply because of apathy and little
to no knowledge about the matters
being voted on.
Question Number one under the
proposed amendment section on the
ballot, would allow former legislators
to seek employment as lobbyists in the
Legislature after they leave the Legis-
lature, if they file full public disclosure
of their financial interests.
There are laws which now cover
this situation which are entirely
adequate to give the people some
protection from favoritism. Passage of
this amendment would give all former
Legislators, after they file a financial
disclosure, access to the lobbying
process without going through the
waiting period as now proscribed by
law.
I think the present procedure for
former Legislators serving as lobbyists
better serves the needs of Florida.
Questions two and three are law
enforcement amendments and have


probably received more publicity than
question one.
Amendment two would allow cer-
tain evidence to be admissable in court
which is not now admissable. The
amendment brings the admissable
evidence allowances more in line with
federal court guidelines. At present,
Florida courts will not accept certain
evidence admissable in federal court. A
good example is state law will not allow
recordings from wire taps properly
taken, to be admitted as evidence in
court. Federal law will allow the tap
conversations to be used to corraborate
other evidence.
The third amendment is a good
amendment, but at present doesn't
have the proper legislation tb back it up
with.
The amendment would make it
possible for the courts to keep a
suspected criminal off the streets if it is
deemed the public would be endanger-
ed by releasing him on bail or other
release.
I won't go so far as to endorse these
two amendments, but at least you will
know a little about what they are about.


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.
High Ht. Low Ht.
Oct.28 821 1.2 1728 .6
Oct. 29 1006 1.1 1711 .7
Oct. 30 08 1.0 624 .7
1311 1.0 1548 .8
2325 1.2
Oct. 31 646 .5 2233 1.4
Nov. 1 2254 1.6 752 .3
Nov. 2 2330 1.8 854 .1
Nov. 3 957 -.1
Nov.4 15 1.9 1056 -.2


A MAN'S WORLD



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Long Avenue Baptist
Church invites everyone tc
attend revival services start-
ing Sunday, October 31
through Friday, November 5.
Gdest speaker for the special


Rev. Don Jones
Speaker


t services' will be Rev. Don
Jones, Pastor of First Baptist
Church, Lynn Haven. Leading
I the music will be Charles
Biggs, Minister of Music and
1 Education at Northside Bap-
tist Church in Panama City.
Sunday's services will be held
at 11:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M.
Services during the week will
be held at 7:30 P.M.
Sunday is also High At-
tendance Day in Sunday
School at Long Avenue Baptist
Church. A high. attendance
goal of 175 has been set
according to Cecil Harrison,
Sunday School Director. All
members are encouraged to
be present and visitors are
welcome for Sunday School at
9:45 A.M.
Friday night, November .5,
following the revival services,


there will be a church-wide
fellowship so church members
and guests will have the
opportunity to meet a prospec-
tive pastor, Rev. Richard
Sharpe. Rev. Sharpe will be
visiting the. church November
5-7 and preaching during the
worship services on Sunday,
November 7.


ImI
Charles Biggs
Music


Fuqua Hits

Closing
Congressman Don Fuqua
has again protested the clos-
ing of nine recreation areas on
Lake Seminole by the Army
Corps of Engineers.
"The main purposes in
establishing Lake Seminole
Were the production of hydro-
electric power and recreation
and now recreational activi-
ties are seriously jeopardized
by these reductions made in
the name of economy," Fuqua
said in the letter to the Corps
of Engineers.
Fuqua said the Lake Semi-
nole recreation areas along
the Florida, Georgia and
Alabama shores of the lake
draw people from a wide area
in pursuit of wholesome activi-
ties such as fishing and
boating.
"The people of this region
.need and deserve adequate
recreational facilities as pro-
mised when the lake was
formed," said Fuqua.
"I believe the Corps' deci-
sion is penny wise and pound
foolish," said Fuqua.


veterans Officer

ted to poll the employ- Wayne Snow, one of the
see if they wished to developers. c
to the local group. Snow said the subdivision
) CLOSE STREET wasn't complete, with some
eHallman of Oak Grove street work needed, but the
he Commission to close approval was needed before
t-long street which ran Florida Power 'Corporation
his home in Oak Grove. wquid put in the requested
in said the road "goes underground utilities in the
re, can't go anywhere aiea.
n't go anywhere in the
It's not used and if you Y oun ger
look at a map, you
't know a street was
I there". .2 D rivers
street, only 124 feet, 1
abuts to a subdivision K|7' -11M
has no provision made i. K iI. ore.
itinuing the path of the I
ed street. "It can't ever Young drivers up to age 25,
bigger than it is now", particularly male drivers, are.
an said.. responsible for more traffic
Asked the county to close deaths than drivers of any
rt street .section. other age group the Florida
Board .agreed, unani- Highway Patrol said recently.
', to start proceedings "In 1981, 199,644 youthful
iately to go through the drivers under the age of 25
ure of closing the were involved in traffic crash-
Ses in Florida and of these,
ILAT ACCEPTED 1,256 were in fatal accidents
lat, Treasure Shores and 72,990 were in injury
pment at Indian Pass, accidents," said Patrol Acting
nditionally accepted by Director Lt. Colonel Roger C.
ard on the request of Collar.
S "These youthful drivers"
made up only about 19 percent
of the total eight million
licensed drivers in the State of
Florida," 'continued Collar,
."while approximately 30 per-
cent of all drivers involved in
Fatal accidents were in the
under 25 age group."
According to Patrol records,
male drivers represented 78
percent of the teenage drivers
involved in fatal traffic acci-
dents in Florida in 1981 while
female teenage drivers repre-
)ED UP TRUCKLOAD serited 22 percent.
ITIRE STOCK IS "This same pattern holds
MUST GO: true nationwide," said Collar.
"According to a 1978 national
research study 6n accidents
)R E! involving young drivers, male
teenage drivers were involved
in 84 percent of the 6,086
E studied passenger vehicle oc-
cupant deaths for which teen-
G RACE ST agers were probably responsi-
WORTHI! ble: Female teenagers ac-
counted for only 16 percent.
E DThis study also revealed
that teenage drivers more
PoSJoeFla often kill other people than
themselves.


(Continued from Page 1)

. Snow agreed to give the
county ample assurance the
streets would be completed
according to requirements
after. the utilities are placed.
The Board agreed to grant
the approval conditionally.


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"Our future should extend
heavenward while our feet are
firmly set on earth," Mrs.
Nobie Stone told St. Joseph
B'ay DAR members at their.
I October 20 meeting at the
Garden Center concluding her
program titled "Knowledge of
NSDAR Inspires Patriotism."
Mrs. Stone spoke of the
beginnings of the Daughters of
the American Revolution in
Washington, D. C. in 1890 with
Caroline Scott Harrison, wife
of the President of the United
States, as President General
of the fledgling organization.
At the 'first Continental
Congress in 1892, there were
already 1200 members. Today
there are over 208,000 to carry
out the original patriotic,
historical and educational
goals "To perpetuate the
memory and spirit of the men
and women who achieved
American Independence...to
promote, institutions for the
general diffusion of know-
ledge... to foster true patrio-
tism and love of country".
Among the accomplish-
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mentioned the complex of
buildings owned in Washing-
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The Commmunity Service
Art Guild held a luncheon
meeting at the Parkway Res-
taurant on Oct. 19th.
The meeting was called to
order by the President, Mrs.
W. E. P. Parker, followed by
the Treasurer's report, given
by Mrs. Fred Allen.
Discussed by the Guild were
the advantages of member-
ship, which are: the oppor-
tunity to exhibit in an art
show, association with Com-
munity Services, use of class-
room and Commons area of
Port St. Joe High School, use
of a tax free number, and the
opportunity to exhibit paint-
ings at "Ann's Place" at St.
Joe Beach.
Business discussed was
making the Activity Center for
Retarded Adults the Com-
munity project for next year,
making permanent display
racks for use in art shows, a
location for the Fall Art'Show,
a rummage sale which will
take place the week of Nov.
8th at the Flea Market Build-
ing on Reid Ave, and the
election of officers. Members
were asked to encourage the
elderly and retarded citizens
to display their handicrafts
and art at all Guild sponsored
art shows.
Newly elected officers are:


Mrs. W. E. P. Parker, 1I
dent; Mrs. J. E. Harrin
Vice President;" Mrs. %
Dye, Secretary; and
Fred Allen, Treasurer.,
Special guests for their
ing were Fred Allen and


Beulah Curtis, an artist from
Utah, who was present] with
a Christmas wreath in ppre-
ciation for her art lessons. The
meeting was then adjourned
by the President, Mrs. W. E.
P. Parker.

Eastern Star

To Honor \

Past Grands
Gulf Chapter 191, Order of
the Eastern Star, will be
having an Honor Grands and
Past Grands special meeting
on November 2, 7:30 P.M.,
EST. Following the meeting, a
salad and dessert supper will
be held for the Masonic Home.
All members are invited to
be present for this special
meeting.

"Always be ready to speak
your mind and a base man
will avoid you."
William Blake


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"Christian Fathering" will
be the third film in the "Focus
on the Family" film series to
be shown Monday, November
1, 'at 7:30 p.m. in the Port St.
Joe Elementary School Audi-
torium. This film is the third
in. a film series featuring
family expert James C. Dob-
son, Ph.D. The Focus on the
Family series is sponsored by
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. and the Port St.
Joe Ministerial Association.
All films are being presented.
free of charge and are open to
the general public.
In this film, Dobson states,
that..."All over this country
little children are reaching for
fathers who aren't there. If
A America is going to survive, it


Vice Regent; Mrs. Ralph Swatts. Sr., Regent; Mrs. Paul.
Kunel, Treasurer; Mrs. Charles Brown, Historian; Mrs.-
Noble Stone, Parliamentarian. Shown on the far right is Mrs.
Joe McCoy of Panama City, State DAR Historian.
(Star photo.


Patriotism


nental Hall with its thirteen
monolithic columns honoring
the thirteen original states,
the schools in mountain areas
supported by DAR, the conser-
vation program (DAR began
planting seedlings in 1895), the
DAR published "Manuals for
Citizenship" for immigrants,
the 5,000 war orphans of
France adopted in World War
I, the DAR Museum with its
priceless collection dating be-
fore 1830 and its state rooms
depicting the history of each
state, service to veterans
patients, genealogical library
and publication of thb "DAR
Magazine".
"This inspiring past is a
legacy- a gift to all present
members," the,speaker said,
"but DAR must keep its sight
on the future".
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr.,
Regent, conducted the meet-
ing. Business included the
adoption of the budget for the
various DAR projects.
Mrs. James B. Roberts in
her National Defense report


reviewed the DAR resol
passed at the last Contir
Congress including those
restoration of our mi
strength, against bias i
media, and for prese
moral values in educati
Mrs. George Suber, (
man for The Flag o
United States of Am
reported the donation of
for the Garden Center,
land View Elementary S
and Mexico Beach Post C
These flags were given
chapter by Congressmai
Fuqua and have been
over the United States Ca
Mrs. Joe McCoy, F
State Society DAR Hist
and a member of St. And
Bay Chapter in Panama
was a guest of her mi
Mrs. J. I. Melvin, St. J(
Bay Chapter member.
The Garden Club men
served the luncheon me
and had lovely baskets
arrangements to enhance
first meeting of the yea


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will be because husbands and
fathers begin to put .their
families at the highest level of
priorities and reserve some-
thing of their time, effort, and
energy for leadership within
thier own homes." Dr. Dobson
gives specific suggestions in
this film. with regard to
parenting approaches for fa-
thers. Dodson notes that sev-
eral years ago a' Cornell
University study was conduct-
ed indicating that middleclass
fathers spend, an average of
37.7 seconds a day with their
small children.
All interested in attending
the film series are encouraged
to attend. Child care services
will be provided for those


parents who are unable to
attend the film because of
small children. This parti-
cular service will be provided
free of charge for children age
two and over. Anyone interest-
ed in this service should call


the Gulf County Guidanice
Clinic at 227-1145 before Fri-
day of this week. Those
interested in information with
regard to the films may also
call the Clinic telephone num-
ber.


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November 1, 9:30 AM, at Zion
Fair Baptist Church, on the
corner of Battle St. and
Avenue C.
.The Day of Prayer was
begun by European Baptist
Woinen asking God to mend
the heartbreak of World War


James Buck
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I Mr. and Mrs. Mike Burkett
lorda announce the birth of their
orian son, James Buck, on Satur-
Srewt day, Oct. 23, in Gulf Coast.
Ci't Coast Community Hospital.'
other, He weighed 9 lbs. 334 ozs.
oseprl He is welcomed home by his
t sister, Kelly, and brother,
mbers2. Michael:
meeting, Proud grandparents are
of fall' Jean Jones and James Jones,'
e this and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
r. Burkett, all of Port St. Joe.

Adam Britt
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Mike and Marion White
would 'like to- announce' the
birth of their son, Adam Britt,
born Oct. 20th. He weighed 7
Presi- lbs. 13.,2 ozs.
igton- He was welcomed home by
W. B his brother, Matthew.'
Ms Grandparents are Chuck
and Joyce Britt of St. Joe
meet- Beach, and Mr. and Mrs.'
Mrs- Wayne White of Port St. Joe.


II. Today it is the privilege of
joining women on six conti-
nents as the globe is encircled
with prayer. ,
" A special program is being
planned by Zion: .air Baptist
Women. Local Baptist women
are invited to be part of the
chain uniting all Baptist wo-
men in the universe.


SLindsev Nicole
Harvey
David and Lynn Harvey of
Port St. Joe announce the
birth of their daughter, Lind-.
sey Nicole, October 12, at Gulf
Coast Community Hospital,
Panama City.
Her grandmother is Mrs
Pryor Harvey of Panama
City.

Ashley Nicole
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John and Sharon Adams, of
Yucaipa, California announce
the birth of their daughter,
Ashley Nicole, on October 8th.
She weighed 7 lbs.
Proud grandparents 'are
Elmo and Doris Ford of Port
St. Joe.


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High, School are actively in-
volved in preparation for
Homecoming on November 5.
Honored guests will be past,
student body presidents from
Port St. Joe High School and
Washington High School.
Special activities are plan-
ned at school each day during
Homecoming Week. Candi-
dates for Homecoming Queen
will be introduced at a special
assembly Tuesday morning.,
The election -will be held
Wednesday and the name of
the queen will be revealed at
the crowning ceremony dur-
ing half-time Friday night.
Thursday night, the cheer-
leaders will sponsor a bon-fire
pep rally.
The Homecoming Parade
will begin at 4:00 Friday
afternoon, led by the Port St..
Joe High School Band of'Gold.
Refreshments will be' served
honored guests during the
parade. Prizes will be award-
ed for winning floats entered
by classes and organizations,
The Sharks football team and
their coaches will view the

,All Saints Day

for Catholic Kids
November 1 All Saint's
Day, is a Holy.. Day of
Obligation for Catholics.
Children of St. Joseph's Pa-
rish who attend Religious
Education classes will ob-
serve the day with a special .
program to follow the 7:360
p.m. Mass. Each child will
present information about the
Saint foriwhich he or she has
been named. Children and
parents will join in a reception
in the Church Hall, at which a
film will be shown.
CARD OF THANKS
Words cannot express my
thanks to my friends for their
prayers, cards,. flowers, visits
and telephone calls during my
1 stay in the hospital. May God
bless each of you.
E. F. "Red" Gunn


parade from a special review-
ing stand.
The highlight of activities
will be the football game at
8:00 Friday night between the
Port St. Joe Sharks and the
Chipley Tigers. During half-
time, honored guests will be


Port St. Joe High School
all-A Honor Roll students were
rewarded for academic excel-
lence and were recognized for
their achievement during
lunch Tuesday. A special
menu was served at an
attractive table setting.
Tres Parker, Student Coun-
cil president, introduced the
students and challenged the


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Four, Oct. 13
Jamie Marie White, daught-
er of Harlan and Donna
Haddock, celebrated her
fourth birthday Saturday, Oc-
tober 23, at a Strawberry
Shortcake Party with some of
her friends aid' family.
She is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Pitts, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Waters, and
Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Had-
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recognized, and the Home-
coming Queen will be crown-
ed.
Following the game the
Student Council will sponsor a
dance from 10:30 p.m.-1:00
a.m. in the High School
Commons Area.


entire student body to strive
for academic achievement,
after which the cheerleaders
rendered a special cheer
Students making all A's the
first six weeks were: Angel
Barbee, Roger Bennett, War-
ren Bennett, Stu Edwards,
Lisa Mahlkov, Michelle Hicks,
Marty Neel, Marty Perry,
Towan Peters, Cynthia Ro-
gers and Nancy Stoutamire
Special recognition is being
planned for all-A Honor Roll
students following each six
weeks grading period.


Homecoming Activities


Underway At PSJ High


Revival Services are sche- Music
duled to begin Sunday at the Flori
First Baptist Church. Ernest Speci
O'Neal, Pastor. Memphis every
Baptist Church at Dothan, tuary.
Alabama will be preaching' In
charge of the music will be
Vernon Baxley who serves as
Minister of Music at Carlisle
Baptist Church, Panama City.
Services will be at 11:00 A.M.,
and 7-00 P M Sunday, and
7:00 P.M. nightly Monday
through Wednesday
First Baptist bills itself as!
the "'exciting" First Baptist
Church and according to the
Pastor, Howard Browning, the
upcoming week will be packed
with much excitement. Rev.
O'Neal is an outstanding prea-
cher who has served churches '
in Florida, Alabama and Ohio. St.
He has also preached many
revivals in several states
Vernon Baxley has served as


c Minister of churches in
da and South Carolina.
al music will highlight.
service with the Sanc-
Choir of Carlisle Baptist


singing Tuesday evening.
Everyone is invited to at-
tend any and all the services.
A nursery will be provided for
each service.


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ed the first place poster winner in each age division a5.
prize. Winners were: kindergarten through second grade:"
from left, first place, Angie Griffin; second place, Melissa;
Anderson; third place Wendy Miller; and honorable mention
Sean Bailey.


The Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School P.T.A. has an-
nounced that the annual Hal-
loween Carnival, which will be
held Saturday, October 30,
from 11:00 to 3:00 p.m., will
have a special attraction this
year. The "Moon-Walk", an
air-supported structure which
offers the sensation of actually ,
"walking on air" will be
available for young and old
thrill-seekers alike. The
"Moon-Walk" will provide
Hallowe'en
Parade at 10:00
The Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School P.T.A. will have
its annual Halloween parade
on Saturday, October 30 at
' 10:00. Prizes will be awarded
for best costumes in three age
categories: Preschool-Kinder-
garten, first third grades and
fourth sixth grades.
o Ribbons and tickets for the
Halloween Carnival will be
awarded as prizes. Judging
will be held following the
parade on the vacant lot at the
corner of 5th Street and Reid
Ave. Those participating
should be at the Paper Com-
paiy Office Building.on First
Street no later than 9:30 a.m.

Haunted Maze
At White City,
The story begins three years
ago when the Youth of White
City Baptist Church agreed
> they were too old for trick or
treating and decided to have a
Halloween project instead.
The first year's efforts
- brought forth a graveyard of
humorous epitaphs. The sec-
ond year's endeavor ended in
a Haunted House "enjoyed"
by young and old alike. This
year, with the dedicated help
of their leaders and the hard
work of the Youth, they have
surpassed past efforts with a
"Haunted Maze."
Everyone is invited to come
to the White City Community:
Building Saturday, October
30, at 7:00 p.m. to test their
skill of direction in the Haunt-
ed Maze. Treats for the kids,
tricks for the adults, come and
have a super (natural?) time.
There is no charge for admis-
sion.






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safe, exciting, and entertain-
ing feelings of "weightless-
ness" to all interested pa-


trons. other attractions at the Port
Everyone is invited to enjoy_ St. Joe Elementary School
the "Moon-Walk" and many Carnival on Saturday.
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A FAMILY BUSINESS BUILT ON SERVICE,


NOTICE

IMPACT OF PROPERTY APPRAISAL
ADJUSTMENT BOARD
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD


Honorable Jimmy 0. Gortman,
Board of County Commissioners, Dist. 1
Honorable William R. Branch,
Board of County Commissioners, Dist. 3
Honorable Gene Raffield,
School Board, District No. 5


Honorable Douglas C. Birmingham, :
Board of County Commissioners, DIst. 2
Honorable Ted Whitfield,
School Board District No. 2


The Property Appraisal Adjustment Board meets each year to review complaints regarding property tax
assessments and exemptions.


The purpose of the board is to enhance fairness in property taxes
errors when they are found to exist.


by correcting


THE FOLLOWING TABLE SUMMARIZES THIS YEAR'S ACTION BY THE BOARD
Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
Type Number of Total Number of Total No. Reduction Loss in
of Exemption Number of Assessments of Requests in Taxable Tax
Property Requests Exemption Reduced by for Value Due Dollars*
Granted by Requests the Board Assessment to Board
the Board Reductions Action
Residential 0 23 2 8 $ 7,231 $111.38
Commercial 2 6 20,834 320.90
Industrial & 1
Misc.
Agricultural 5
Business 2
Machinery
and
Equipment
Vacant Lots 41
and Acreage
TOTALS 0 23 4 63 $28,065 $432.28

ALL TAXPAYERS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT BOARD ACTIONS WHICH REDUCE
TAXABLE VALUE CAUSE TAX RATES APPLICABLE TO ALL PROPERTY TO BE
PROPORTIONALLY HIGHER
Questions concerning the actions taken by this Board may be addressed to the chairperson or
clerk at the following telephone numbers:
CHAIRPERSON: Jimmy 0. Gortman 9041639-2303
CLERK: Jerry Gates 904/229-6112
2tc 10-28


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SHALLOWE'EN POSTER CONTEST WINNERS: Port St.
jToe Elementary School recently conducted a poster contest
depicting the Hallowe'en Carnival which will be held this
saturday, Oct. 30, from ll:00,to 3:00 at the school. Buzzett's
.1rug Stqre, Campbell's Drug Store and St. Joe Drugs award-


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" Up In the Air!

With Excitement At


/ First Baptist Church

DURING OCTOBER:
842 have attended the Sunday School
(221 weekly average)
Over 1700 have worshipped in the services
Many decisions have been made
And the best is yet to come!


JOIN US THIS SUNDAY OCTOBER 31 -
9:45 A.M. Sunday school, 256 in attendance!
11:00 A.M. REVIVAL BEGINS!
7:00 P.M. SUNDAY WEDNESDAY REVIVAL!

Evangelist: Ernest O'Neal (Pastor, Memphis Baptist Church, Dothan, AL)
Song Leader: Vernon Baxley (Minister of Music, Carlisle Baptist Church
Panama City)
REVIVAL! REVIVAL! REVIVAL!

NIGHTLY! 7:00 P.M. (Sunday Wednesday)


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New Life Crusade At Beach Chapel


, Beach Baptist Chapel will
be participating in a New Life
CrMisade with preaching by
Evangelist David Rich of the
DNvid Rich Evangelistic
team. The team travels across


the United States conducting
family oriented revivals.
The membership invites the,
public to attend, starting
October 31 through November
5 at 7:30 nightly.


Cats will refuse water if it's too warm or too cold.
The best kind is tap water allowed to stand at
room temperature. Remember to refresh it often.


Mary Helen Nolen, at left, on "Miss Sassy's Injun" and Kim Rich on "Dun Dee Bars"

Area Ladies Win At Horse Show


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Study in the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7.45
Welcome to Everyone
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* Shown above at left is Mary
Helen Nolen riding a two
year-old registered filly
named "Miss Sassy's Injun".
At right is Kim Rich, riding a
three year-old registered stal-
lion named "Dun Dee Bars."
Mary. Helen and "Sassy"
won the High Point Trophy of
the day along with a first place
in Halter Mares; first place in
Free Food

For Child
The Ebonyettes, Inc. an-;
nounces the sponsorship of the
Child Care Food Program.
The program consists of all
meals made available to all
children at no charge at the
Center listed below. The
meals are provided without
regard to race, creed, color,
sex, or national origin. There
is no discrimination in the
course of the food service.
The Center, GUlf County
Child Development and
Learning Center, is located at
the Washington Recreation
Site on Peters Street here in
Port St. Joe"
Speakers Named
for Retired Club
Retired'men of the Port St.
Joe area meet each Tuesday
morning at 9:30 a.m., for a
prayer time fellowship at the
City Fire Station.
On tap for the meetings are
plenty of fellowship, coffee,
prayer and a short devotional.
Different speakers give the
devotional each week. For the
Month of November the speak-
ers willbe: Rev. Ernest Barr,
Nov.2; Harold Quackenbush,
Nov. 9; Bill Fleming, Nov. 16;
Cecil Costin, Jr., Nov. 23; and
Rev. Jerry Register, Nov. 30.
The weekly meetings are
open to anyone who wishes to
attend, whether or not you are
a retired man.
CETA Accepting
Job Applications
CETA Services are avail-
able in 'Gulf County from thq
hours of 8:00 A.M. to 12:00,
Monday through Friday. The
office is located at Raffield
Shipbuilding, Canal Street,
Highland View. Person to
contact is Brenda Arnold,
telephone number: 229-8035.
Applications for two class-
room training positions are
now being accepted. In order
to complete an application the'
following is required: Verifi-
cation of family income (W-2
statements, Pay stubs, etc.).;
Drivers License, and-or Vo-
ters Registration; Birth Certi-
ficate; Social Security Card.
;No application will be taken
without the above verification.


FRANK HANNON, Agent


Halter Mares; first placein
Western-Pleasure; first place
in Open Pleasure; first place
in Trail; and first place in
Western Horsemanship at the
Geneava County Riding Club
horse Show in Blountstown on
Saturday Oct. 23rd.
Kim and "Dun Dee" won a
first place in Halter Studs and
Geldings; second place in
Western Pleasure; second
place in Western Horseman-
Ship.-,
Mary Helen and her daught-
er Kim will be entering other
horse shows in the future.


"a' P/['''


Messages by
.,DON JONES


OCTOBER 31
11:00 A.M. &, 7:00 P.M.

NOVEMBER 1-5
7:30 P.M.

(Nursery Provided)


Music By
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SOr next congressman, Ron McNeil, with his three best reasons for running for North
Florida's Congressional seat: his wife, the former Linda Lawhon of Tallahassee, and
their children, Todd and Dana.
"My family and I would appreciate the opportunity to repre-
sent the families of North Florida in Washington."


*' INTEGRITY: Ron MCNeil is a man of
impeccable integrity. With a consuming
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every aspect of his personal and business
life.

* AMERICAN: Ron MCNeil stands firm-
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freedom and liberty; reward for in-
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* MORALITY: Ron McNeil and his
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Veteran


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The John C. Gainous Post
10069 of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars of Port St. Joe,
is planning a Parade on
' November 11, Veterans Day,
n, to honor the Veterans of the
g Vietnam War. If any organi-
zation would like to partici-
pate in the parade, please
contact William R. Schlick-
man, Post Commander of the
Post at 229-6105, or 227-1777.
This day is being set aside
all over America for the
dedication of the memorial at
Washington, D. C., to the
Vietnam veterans who fought
.andi died im the'Vietnam War.
The public is invited to attend
the parade and help honor
those who fought and died that
we might live in freedom and
peace.
The dedication of a me-
morial will be done by the,
Gold Star mothers or a family

Turkey Shoot

This Week End
The Mexico Beach Volun-
teer Fire Dept. will hold a
Turkey Shoot on Hwy. 98 at
Mexico Beach Service Center,
Oct: 30 and Oct. 31, from 12
p.m. to 4 p.m.
Everyone is welcome to
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Guests of the club for the,
address were John McLemore
of East Bay, Bill Ebersole of
Rome, Ga., Ted McLain, Dr.
Rick Morley of Panama City,
Richard Kinney of Damaris-
cotta, Maine and Wheelettes
Cinidv Dunlan and Diane


between 6:00 and 9:30 p.m. Smith.


Kiwanis Staging


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The Port St. Joe Kiwanis
Club took on a new project this
week, when they took the first
steps to sponsorship of the
Junior Miss pageant in Port
St. Joe during December.
The pageant has been spon-
sored by the Jaycees in the
past, but lack of manpower
this year in that organization
forced them to release 'the
project to the Kiwanians for
perpetuation.
With the entire club working
as a committee on the project;,
the pageant has been schedul-
ed for December 4.
The Kiwanians will alsd

Free Blood

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Free blood pressure check'
service will be available on
Thursday, November 4th at:
the Florida National Bank in
Port St. Joe. Martha Hardin,
Emmy Donat, Anne Ham-
mock, arid Dot Pfost from the
Saint Joseph Bay Chapter No.'
3425. AARP will be there to
serve you from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m.
Having a check of your
blood pressure is a vital parti
of health care. You are only as I
well as your heart! Come get/
your blood pressure Checked.
It is a gift of the AARP.

CARD OF THANKS
During a time like this we,;
learn how much our friends
really mean to us. Your,
expression of sympathy will
always be treasured.
The Longmire Family
The Faison Family
The Patten Family
The Entire Family


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sponsor the annual Christmas
parade here in Port St. Joe on
Saturday, December 4. Al
Ray, overall chairman for the
parade, reported Tuesday that
letters have already been sent
out to float prospects and
events for' the parade to ask,
for their participation this,
year. i.
Ray said that Rev. Jimmie
Spikes had been appointed
chairman over the parade
promotion.
Guests of the club at their
meeting Tuesday were Key
Clubbers, Brenda Bailey, Lori
Ray, Lynn Stephens, Richard
Ramsey and Seth Howell.


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NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ............... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ......... ........ 6:00P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
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If you don't like to have fun,
don't relish lip-smacking food,
or enjoy the challenge of
fast-action games, stay away
from Highland View Elemen-
tary School this Saturday,
October 30! Don't even ride by
because you will surely be
drawn, into, the fun and excite-
ment of the annual Halloween
Carnival being sponsored by
the-PTA.
A lively parade. of ghouls
and goblins will swoop across
Highland View on their way to
the school carnival. Interested
creatures should meet at the
Highland View Baptist Church
on.Fourth Street at 12:30 P.M.'
A costume contest will follow
at the school, at 1:00 P.M. in
the cafeteria with competi-
tors, classed as preschool,
first and second grade, third
and fourth grade, and fifth and
sixth grade, vying for free
carnival tickets;
The aroma from the kitchen
will entice carnival goers to
delicious servings of chili,' hot
dogs, corn dogs, hamburgers
and drinks. Passing the oyster
bar out front, don't resist the
urge to stop off for several
dozen of Mr. McNeill's succu-
lent appetizers.
Cakes and other goodies will
be on hand at the Country
Store and at the cake walk if
your sweet tooth gets active
during the afternoon.
The best bargains in town
will be at the Country Store so
be sure to browse.
On the midway, you can be
highly' entertained at the
game booths offering a lot of
enviable prizes. Yes, kids,
.there will be gold fish again
this year so get there early to
be sure you will have one
swimming in a bowl at your'
house that night.
The big surprise this year
will be face painting! Cos-
metic artists will be on hand to
create one of a variety of
unusual faces offered you for a
small fee.
Remember, the parade be-
gins at 12:30 followed by the
Carnival at the school from
1:00 4:00 P.M. Bring the
family, Grandma, and all your
friends if-y--W are hankering
for food, fun and frolic all
afternoon.


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But Congre: did noi approt
the $56 millin requested IP
. e\pand air iranspor l'acilines atl
Lajes airfield in dhe Porlugse-
Azores, miendcd a,,- a Iluel ii-
tion for cargo planeI s llvin
uniii o he ih Mliddl E-ast.
In another inal.r dec'sioii.
of the 42f17 millihm requcsied
lor cons'rucIori ,o',O tiated \cilh
the conro,.eri.il \1\ mi.,silL
Congress appro,. $i17 i illind on
lor prole.'is il .,;lld <,.ould bt re-
quired regardle-- ,,i liic .nd
how [he mis'ili I, h, J., fh-
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A. ill b ic uJd i.' rino.ali: t he old
N-j.\ hopir41l a Pen acola for
.on'.cr, ion 10 a ne,t Chief ol
NE .eal duc.'n and Training
iCNET)i Headquariters. and
L.,ncerii ion of The old CNET
hcJdquI alI' ir. 10 dormitory
S'.Je lor unaccompanied
,nlr.i-d personnel. Also. -145
nillin ha, been programmed
lor j ne%, Applied In-truclion
Building ri al IIt Nar.al Technical
rjaininj,. Ci ntier at (_orr:, St a-
iion. dnd $3 ] 5 million lor air-
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NV5 \ hiina field \\as added
To ihe original Defense Depart-
iient request
Also included in [he bill is
.'3 5 million lor nem. opera-
iional. administration, and
recreanonal lac'lies at Eglin
\fB and Hurlburi Field, $1I
million of ,, hich ,as added for
.-o.nwrtiLon -i a composite
iijnage enien laciliJy at Eglmn.
1 Ii Parijm Ctii area %,ill also
-,ncl.r.Lili- lh i 3 million for a
nie enlii'd personnel dormi-


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PAGE NINFi


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* IN WASHINGTON *

WITH *

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Town of Mexico Beach, Florida

November 2, 1982


OFFICES.


Group I
Mayor-Councilman
Vote .for dne.


'CANDIDATES


Be A Winner!
Pull This Pointer,

BOB HALE


'ada Poliiicai Au-,rlii~nciPaid r.,r'L, B.'r- male C3.n,oa.an T'Pei~,


Age 43 Annual Contributon- S2
Retirement Value: S230.510


Age 35 Annual Contribution S.500 Age 36 Annual Contribution- S1.500
Retirement Value S472.820 Retirement Value S417,862.
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Retirement Value S41,130


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Ages 27 Annual Conrinbution $3,000
combined Retirement Value S2.512.081


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nection sytcm project at petroleum operation complex, system at the Naval Coastal:
[yndall AFB. S5.2 million was and $340,000 is earmarked for Systems Center.



Helping people is what


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Il "Don Fuqua over the years has
been a good personal friend of mine
1 and a friend and supporter of Florida
SA& M University."
4Coach Jake Gaither
Tallahassee



"1 had a problem and was bogged
down in red tape. I didn't know Don
'Fuqua but I called him and he saw
that I got the help that I needed."
Claire Bonk
Tallahassee



"I'm a disabled veteran and Don
Fuqua helped me. He takes the time
to listen to people and help them with
their problems."
Lawrence Felton
Grand Ridge



"I'm a farmer and Don Fuqua is ot-
very much aware of our problems
and very supportive of our
farm program."




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"You never know what is enough until you know what
is more than enough." William Blake


Gal. 5:22-23


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FAITH


HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD

"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"


SUNDAY SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP
EVENING WORSHIP
WEDNESDAYEVENING


0 00 A M
11 00A M
600PM
700PM


Pastor Ira J. Nichols


Alt


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648-5011 Sales
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107 Hunter Circle
3 bdrm.. 1 ba. on Ig. chain link fenced lot.
Stove, refrig. & a/c stay. Must see to ap-
preciate. $33,000.

PORT ST. JOE
New Listing: 515 8tn St. Only
$25,000 for thins 3 bdrm.. 1 ba house
* Spacious. call to see.
* 2 lots on Palm BiNd & 18th SI $17,500
for both
706 Woodward Ave 4
bdrm., 2 ba. Must see Io appreciate
Only $27,500.
Great buy at only $41,500 3 barm., 1 '
ba.. only 7 yrs old Long Avenue
1501 Monument Ave Large 3 bdrm.
: 1'2 ba., liv. rm., din. rm. & kil combo
New Listing: 619 Marvin Ave 3 bdrm.,
1 I" ba.. chain link fence, Ig house
$33,400.


MEXICO BEACH
2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer, on 3rd Street,. 2
porches. A real buy, call today for appl.
$26,000 00
Georgia Ave.. 2 bdrm 1 ba. trailer, ig
screen porch, many extras, $29,000


Landowners


Plant 165 Million


Pine Seedlinggs

Florida landowners, quick gle with growing an annual
to sense a profitable deal, crop," Helm said. "The 20
planted 165 million tree seed- percent return can be realized
lings last winter and may top if the .tree producer has
that figure during the coming suitable land for reforestation,
winter does not have to make too
"There's money to be made heavy an initial investment
in planted pines, with a return and takes advantage of the
of up to 20 percent a year on various tax incentives."
investment under the right "For a landowner to find out
conditions," said a Florida the details, he should contact a
Division of Forestry official. qualified forester either with
The confident comment was the Division,. a- paper com- "
made by W R Helm, Chief of pany, or a forester in private '
Forest Management for the practice as a consultant," he C
Division, which is a branch of -added.
the Department of Agriculture Meanwhile; the inventory of
and Consumer Services. tree seedlings still available
The 165 million trees were ftom state nurseries, original-
enough to reforest a strip of ly about 80 million has
land one mile wide from dropped to about. 30 million
Jacksonville to Pensacola. under a rush of orders, and all
Last year's increase of 25 are expected to be claimed
percent more trees planted within a few weeks.'


PROPERTY


FOR SALE

2 story, 3 bedroom house

:with large fenced back

yard. Located on Chipola

w River in Wewah'itchka,

Florida.

Phone 205-347-2087

or 205-347-5411




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125 Round Trip Per Person
Double Occupancy
NO FRONT MONEY REQUIRED

Chartered jet from DOTHAN
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Overnight Trip Includes:
Round Trip Air Fare Luxury Hotel Room
Meal Tickets Transfer to and .trom airport
to Casinos -- .--

Overnight Trip to Sands Hotel-Casino
Departing Tues., Nov. 2, morning
departure; Returning
Wed. evening, Nov. 3, 1982
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Caesar's Boardwalk Hotel-Casino
Departing Sun., Nov. 14, morning
departure; Returning
Monday evening, Nov. 15, 1982


FOR RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION
Call Area Code (904) 785-1453
420 Luverne Avenue Panama City, Florida 32401


Candles burn more slowly
and evenly with minimal
dripping if you place them
in the refrigerator for sev.
eral hours before using.


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. O0. Bx 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS


REALTOR


648-5716 Rentals


ST. JOE BEACH
* Waterlronl iownhc-use 3 Ddrm .. 2 ba .
now under construction. fireplace.
$95.000
* Pineda St large 3 Darm 1', ba house
on 2'2 ic1is. $49900 wtirn good owner
financng
* New Listing on Coronado Si Real nice
lot, only $8 000

OVERSTREET
* Canal fror,i. reduced Ic $31 500 *itr a
good assumaDie 7', interest mor
Igage 3 Dairn, 2 Da

MONTHLY RENTALS
* 1 bdrm furnished. $190 per mo
* 2 odrm furnished. $185. $200. $250.
$275. $375 & $400 per mo
* 1 bdrm unlurnished $350 per mo
* 3 bdrm. $300 & $350 pet mo
* 4 Ddrm $275 & $400 per mo
* 1 Ddrm furnished. $165 per mo


Public

Notices


than in the previous winter
may be overshadowed by
plantings during the coming
winter, for which a bumper
crdp of. seedlings has been
grdwn. '
Division of Forestry nur-
series are growing about 80
million seedlings- mostly
pines- to sell at a break-even
cost of $14 per 1,000 for regular
slash pines, or $16 per 1,000 for
improved slash which grow 15
percent faster
A variety of hardwood seed-
lings also remain unsold ir
Division nurseries, including
bald cypress, sweetgum, syca-
more, India rosewood, dog-
wood and two kinds of trees
suitable for Christmas Tree
plantings- Virginia pine and
red cedar.
"All trees are sold on a
first-ordered, first-served
basis," said Helm. We will
begin digging the one-year old
seedlings and delivering them
to local Division of Forestry
offices in mid-November. So
any' landowner who wants to
start a new forest this year
should get in the order right
now."I
Helm said last year's huge
increase'in-reforestation- the
largest'in many years- was
S7ausedipAr'tly by the fact tialt
"people have become aware
of the economics of forestry."
"Based on the current eco-
nomic situation, many land-
owners are renting their land
to tree-growers for annual
payments rather than strug-


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Governor



Bo0 Graham


Commissioner of Agriculture



Doyle Conner


Secretary of State



Georg e Fir stone






United States Senate



Lawton Chiles


NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
y' 'ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
S Sealed' bids in 'duplicate will be re.
ceived until Nov. 9, 1982 9:00 A.M., EST.
r by ri e Gu Count, B'--'a" :i C-ountyCom-,
* r.msion,is5 CnurinfOul Pori St.' Joe,
F'.orida ii nn,i:r. in'e ana pn ce all bids
S Will be publicly opened:and read aloud.
for: '
S FIRE STATION
GULF COUNTY BEACH .
S -VOLUNTEER-FIRE DEPARTMENT
S : P POrT ST JOE. FLORIDA
The C,',,r,:. r .raii lurn,ih all labor,
Material and equipment; and shall be
'eaponrSlble lr Inme riE corr eii,-ion .-,I
I his rrole-.:i
Plans Esecilication; ar, contract
,|ocurments ma e,- r., ee si ne o
lice oI me A lAniirtci Stale Roaa 2:,
WeAanilcnya. Florida, a 'a mat be pro-
,urie D#i General Conlaciros upoor a
,depcit o 15000 pr ei at aons 'an
d p-.:l, caiCOrns ,o1 wrli.:- Irri lull &n.ouni
o me in lrsi sel will De refunded to eacr.
General Coniu COc awro suomins a bid.
Any A adilonai sals i 1, b.. reiur,,ed less
$25.00 for cost of reproduction. All docu-
.ments must be returned in. good condi-
tion inhin len (10n aii s after ine date-of
rcening of bias%
0 Casr.ier i .cns cErtil,ea ciii c- or bid
' bond, fc' not less ir.-in ,1 in an.ct,,mou-
of bid, m .nul 3Crco.-p -.y :n prl.p,.ial
Performance, labor and material bond.
and workman's compensation insurance
will-be required of the successful.bidder.
S. Rigm is ieser.ee Io reiecl any o ailrc.o
le I and wave TechnirCallie
- .S rJ. aaei nra, drindra. h's Old 10 3
*opening, '
.JimmyGortman, Chairman
Gulf County :
Board of County Commissioners
* Port St. Joe, Florida
SCharles A. Gaskin,' ARA' "
.P. O.,Box'7 : .
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465' ,
*4' .' .1 1 40 1,
NOTICE TO RECEIVE'SEALED BIDS
The Bo'rd or Cc.,unly Cornnirssion ce
Gull Counly will receive sealed Dias lionm
ary person company, or corporation In.
lerested in selilr.g ihe Counl ithe follow.
.ng ascrilbed dersondl rorperly
i1 Or-ie ec ec.nomnica I meiican
made nonmcompact truck. Delivery'
dale mual tbe specim a LiquIdated7
damages o laiiure t10 aelier unit
on upecilied dale will be set at
E500 pei da,
Biu ,tl 0e rlea0ea eountil 9 00 o'ciocl,
A.M E S T. Nov.er 11 1982. al he ol
i.c of Ine Clerk or Circuit Couil 1000
Ftin Sireel Port SI Joe, Fh.ioaa 32456
Tne Boar,3 reEEre, inc right Ic rejectl ar.,
ar.i alln l...
BOAPDO o COUNTY COMMISSIOfNERS
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
By: s, Jimm, m 0 Girnman Cri,C,rm.a.-
21i: 10 21
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS '
Tnt Buarac3 o COunl, CoT.,,,nilc ion ol
GCull C'.,ujr i all rece,- ia-l bid, IrO
any person, comrpar,, C,- 'l-r:'aiiC', in
ir6tea in rurchaSInar' o IriT= ne county:
ine loniioc nig ,lescrlbed .le",' .r.-al proper-
ty:
STne Cull Count, B.,ar.i30 County Com
rmissioners will take sealed bids on
various and sufidry items of surplus 'pro''r
pErl, Drm lo.u1,i usv oi, Ir e Guil CCount
Ci. II D ter. nc ,icluaing ouri :-i lm- il to10
the following Items:',
(.1) Radio Transceiver,. Heath (2):
(#90-36)
(1) Hallicrafter (190-50) .
(1) Ross C.B., (#90-49) -
(1) Electro transmitter (#90-68)
(1) Hammalund RME 900 (#90-69)
Property may be viewed by contacting
Civil Defense Director Bill Lamar at
904/227-1115 In Port St. Joe lor}:
9041639-5993 in Wewahitchka.
Mark your bid envelope "Bid-Civil
Defense Equipment". Inside state the-
item you are bidding on and the 3aTouri
you bid. Turn your bid into the Cleri C O
lice at the courthouse in Port St. Joe.
Bids will be received until 9:00 o'clock,'
A.M., E.S.T.. November 9, 1982,'at the Of',
fice of the Clerk 'of Circuit Court, 1000
Fifth Street. PoIrt St. Joe, FL 32456. The:
Board reserves the right to reject any and'
all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By:' s/ Jimmy 0. Gortman, Chairman
2t 10-21
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
LAMAR B. DUNCAN and SYBIL R. DUN.
CAN intend to register the following fic.
titious name pursuant to Florida Statutes
865.09: THE LAUNDRY .ROOM.
The only persons interested in the
enterprise and the extent of the interest
are as follows:
LAMAR B. DUNCAN and SYBIL R. DUN.
CAN. 100%.
4110-7
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 865.09. Florida Statutes.. the
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit court. Gulf
County. Florida. four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, the fictitious
name or trade name under which they will
be engaged in business and in which said
business is to be carried on, to-wit:
RACHEL'S FLORIST
204 Monument Avenue
Port St. Joe. Florida 32456
Owner: Rachel Towle
October 5. 1982
41c 10-7


United States Congress

House of Representatives Dist. 2



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United States Congress


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1982


PAGE ELEVEN


'2 bdrm., 1 ba., liv. rm., din.
-orm., den & kitchen on 2% lots,
'13 8th St., Port St. Joe.
$27,500.00, owner financing.
Phone 1/900-244-5695. For
showing call 229-8821. tfc 10-21
3 bdrm., 1 ba. house, low down
payment, owner financing.
Call Joe Davis, 227-1161, 8-5
p.m. tfc10-28
Lot on Coronado bt., St. Joe
Beach, 3 blocks off beach.
,High and dry; 648-5994. tfc 10-8
House for sale 2101 Long
'Ave. Approx. 2100sq. ft.' under
roof, $55,000.00. $2,300 down,
approx. $569 per mo. VA,
FHA, local or .owner will
finance. Phone 229-8462.
tfc10-7
, --75x715' lot- on Marvin Ave.
:' .Phone 648-8972. tfc,7-i5

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


'Mexico Beach Duplex, 1!
year old. Each apartment has.
S .2 bdrm., :ba., kitchen, dr-lr
combo, carpet, a/c. Lg. lot
within walking distance of
Gulf. Priced to sell at $44,500.-
Call 648-5070 or 648-5621.
Stfc 10-21






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


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


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

RENTALS
SALES
MINI WAREHOUSE STORAGE

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


35 mm camera, Mamiya-
Sekor DTL 1000 with 1.4 lens
and carrying case. $50. Call
648-5688after 5:00. tfc 10-28
Wood heater; 26' fifth wheel
camper, 1977 F150 Ford Super
Cab Truck, also 2 gas tanks.
Call648-8329. Itp
Small camper shell with
carpet and panelling. Fits
short bed truck, ideal for hun-
ting season. $100 or best offer.
Call 227-1583. Itp 10-28
Used dresser, full size box
springs, foam mattress for
sale cheap. Call 229-8047 after
3:15. It
General Electric heavy
quty dryer, used less than 1
yr., excel. cord. $175. Call
229.6435. ltc 10-28
Piano, in fair condition. Call
227-1589 after 5. It 10-28
Mobile Home: 12x55' in good
condition, partially furnished.
$3,000 firm. Call 229-8708 or
227-1327. tfc 8-12


1975 22' center console
Apollo Sports eFisherman
boat; 1977 115 i.p. Mercury
outboard motor with, power
trim; 1977 Tandem axlei
trailer. Call 229-6787.
18' fiberglass V-bottom
boat; 85 Mercury; heavy duty
trailer, stainless steel gas
tank, good for salt water or
shrimping, reduced to $2,295.
Call 229-8459. tfc 10-21
We're cooking something
up for you"
Save Saturday, Nov. 13
for
HOLIDAY FARE

Trailer for Sale: 14x60'
Westgate trailer, 2 bdrm., un-
furnished. 227-1329 or 229-8154
anytime. 2tc10-21
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.Moving Sale: 11 miles north
of White City Bridge, 6 miles"
south of Wewa. Car, tractors,
household items, washing
machine, lots of stuff to go.
Oct. 28, 29 & 30th. ltp 10-28
Yard Sale: Thurs., Oct. 28,
Simmons Bayou, 2 families. 9
am. until. Clothes, toys, re-
cords,; womeri's; men?s and
children's coats. Tool box for
pickup truck, 26x12 fiberglas
boat mold, $200. ltc 10-28
Gigantic Garage Sale: Fri;
& Sat., Oct. 29th & 30th, from 8
till. 1905 Long Ave. ltc 10-28
Yard Sale: Sat., 10-4, 1400
Monument Ave. (rear of
house). No early sales.
Garage and Bake Sale, 103
Yaupon, 8 till 5, Saturday.
Yard Sale: Saturday only, 9
to 3, parking lot of Finishing
Touch. Clothes, books a little
of everything. '
Multi-Family Yard -Sale:
Sat., Oct. 30, 9-5. 2nd block
Balboa St., St. Joe Beach.
Adult & children's clothing,
sm. appliances, toys, surf
lamp, other misc. items.
Gigantic porch sale, St. Joe
Beach, 4 families. Sat., Oct.
30, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.'
Corner of Alabama and Santa
Anna.


The Old Country 3:day Yard
Sale: only outside yard sales.
10:30-6:00. Starts Thursday.'
Save' your money and live
good. Christmas time is here
again. Toys, toys, toys is on'
the road again. We have a few
old toys you can save money,
on.. We have small training
bikes and big bikes to save-on.o
Also baby strollers and a few
more things. But new is the
best if you can buy them. Look
before you buy. No refunds.
We sell as is. We thank you for
your business and may God
bless all.,-
* In back of old St. Joe Ice
House, 802 4th St., Port St. Joe.
Rummage Sale: Sponsored
by Mexico Beach Volunteer
Fire Dept. Sat., Oct. 30th, 8
a.m. 4 p.m. CST..In front of
Mexico Beach Shopping
Center. 2tc 10-21


Chopin is reported to have
worn a beard on.only one
side of his:face. "It doesn't
matter," he is supposed to
have said, "the audience
only sees my right side."


ERA PARKER REALTY
Highway 98 & 31st Street


(OUTSIDE
FLORIDA)


MEXICO BEACH. Charming brick & stucco
home on 2 lots, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., carpet, cen.
h&a/c; ceiling fan, custom drapes, new frost
'free refig. w/ice maker, very tastefully
decorated. Call for an appt. Corner of Palm
& Azalea St.


MEXICO BEACH. 1981 double wide quality
mobile hme with 1,500 sq. ft. of excellent ex-
tras on 75'x100' landscaped lot. 7th St.


* WETAPPO LOTS
* BEACHSIDE LOTS & HOUSES


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


1 bdrm. beachside apart-
ments (utilities paid at
Beacon Hill. Also travel
trailer spaces and I mobile
home space. Call 648-8398.
tfc 10-7
Approx. 900 sq. ft. office for
rent on Reid Ave. Call
229-8899. tfc 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 need 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
SKIBREEZE
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.
tfc 9-16,


Need extra income? Over
. $400 month to start. Only few
hours each morning. Motor
route for Panama City 'News
Herald .in Apalachicola. Call
Mr. Cox at 229-8019. 2tc 10-21
Motor route available for
. Tallahassee Democrat. Ap-
, prox. $200 per month for about
1V- hours- per day. Call
229-6676 or 229-8462 for more
information. 3tp 10-14



FO SL


1977 CJ5, 4-wheel drive,
denim seats & top, low mile-
age, am-fm cassette, excel.
cond. Call 648-8928. It 10-28

1978 Olds Cutlass, small
equity and take over pay-
ments. Call 670-8679, Apalach-
icola.
1980 Mazda RX-7, 28,000
miles, a.c., am/fm stereo, cin-
namon, rear louvre, excel.
cond. $8,200. 229-6182. tfc 10-7

"Courage is knowing what
not to fear." Plato


... .. ,.... H DEATH T.V. REPAIR
Completely furnished 3 HEATH T.V. REPAIR
bdrm., 2 ba. home, den, liv. Color specialists
rm., 1g. kitchen w breakfast Call 227-1782
area, dishwasher, washer, -If no answer call
dryer, Ig. laundry rm., 22946201 t
utilities paid, plus much more. tp0-21
Call 648-5802. It 10-28 I keep children in my home,
2 bdrm. furnished house on Mon.-Fri., 8-5, $25 per week,
2 bdrm. furnished house on $15 half wk. 229-8642.
Canal St. at St. Joe Beach. Can
be seen Sunday, Oct. 31st or Now Open
call 904/482-3884. ltc 10-28 ANN'S PLACE of
Efficiency apartment at Cakes, Crafts, Frames,
Mexico Beach. Call 648-5659 Paintings & Art Supplies
tfc 10-28 -"..MagellanStreet`
: St. Joe Beach
Phone 648-5258
s- 17 2tp 10-28
W ill do babysitting in my
home: Will take drop-ins after
school. Call227-1487. 2tc 10-28


* There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111,F.&A.M. Every
first and third Thursday at
8:00p.m.
B. F. NUNNERY, W;M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
'V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.

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


I am beginning to teach
beginner's music, lessons in
the following areas: clarinet,
saxophone, piano and guitar.
Call Don Durham at 229-6676
or 229-8462 as enrollment
space is limited. 3tp 10-14

Alr Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing-
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tfc 4-16


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.:.9:005:00, M,T,Th,F, S
S9:00-12;00 Wed.
SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tfc 4-29
Cabinet work, trim work,
doors, windows, shelves. Saw
filing, painting, stain, work,
work with formica. Work
guaranteed. 'Bert Hall. Call
227-1584. tfc 8-19


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


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!









Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


* PAINT
* PHOTI


LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
Carpet Upholstery
Autos '
Commercial or' Residential
FreetEstimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc ll-4

AVON To Buy or Sell
Call Mrs. L. Z. Henderson
Group Sales Leader
227-1281
tfc 8-26


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



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

Monthly fee includes ALL.
required tax forms.

My work will stand up)
under C.P.A. audit.

Moved to 220 Reid Ave.
(Next to Boyles)
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Phone 229-8536
WAUNETA'S
Bookkeeping Service
Wauneta Brewer Pat Homhnian
Owner Assistant
25tp 7-15


RACHEL'S FLORIST
204 Monument Avenue
SPortSt. Joe, Florida
229-8404


Fresh Flowers
Dried & Silk Arrangement
> :Dish Gardens & Plants
Novelty & Gift Items

OPEN 9-5 MONDAY SATURDAY
Rachel Towle, Owner
tfe i10


The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue t,
P iX Port St. Joe, Florida P'O/
"IQuality Fabrics at Affordable Prices",


REEVES FURNITURE &

^ REFINISHING SHOPPE
1313 Long Avenue Phone 229-6374


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
Wails, 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

S Residential
* CmmrciKml \





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


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

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


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ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS

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-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689 :
P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
T tfc 7-2


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


I PAT'SMATS & FRAMES


* Mexico Beach, Fla.


406 7th Street


Custom Matting & Framing of:
INGS PRINTS
GRAPHS *.NEEDLEWORK


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

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


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Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


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kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


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GARAGESALES FORREN LHL 'AN


For Sale by Owner- 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
Call 9041968-5464, Pensacola tfc9-3c


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


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


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

3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonary home with
carport on Ig. lot ,in good neighbor-
hood. Chain lii k 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, 11/2 blk. from beach.
St. Joe Beach. Also 1 bdrm. cottage
on property. Sold as is furnished.
$41,900.00.

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

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


HANNON

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


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1982


SCongressman


Don Fuqua

Reports


Two events coincide early in
November which honor the na-.


tionr's past while simultaneously
calling ., attention to the


boundless potential of the
future.
Nov. 11 is Veterans Day; a
-day set-aside by the nation to
honor those who have served
their country in uniform. It is
also the day on which the first
operational mission of the
Space Transportation System,
the Space Shuttle, has been
scheduled for launch.
I have a special feeling for
both veterans and the space
shuttle.
As a veteran-myself of the


Korean Conflict I relate deeply
to the needs of veterans not
only who served with me but
those who preceded and cdl..
lowed me. I have a particular'
sensitivity to those who served'
in Viet Nam and have istllered
more than those of us in other-.
wars because th- .'.a iIhe
fought on orders .oft hear
government was jnporujlar at
home..
The burden of the govern-
ment's decisions and the un-
popularity of their war should.
not have to be carried 0, the
valiant servicemen and '.'.: men
who did the fighting. ..


I have consistently sup-
ported the rights of the 'Viet
Nam Veterans to the same stan-
Sdard of treatment as all others
who have served their country
including educational
benefits, home loan assistance,
and the entire spectrum of ser-
vices to which our Veterans are
properly accustomed.
Foremost among the in-
terests of veterans is the cer-
I tainty that their service will not
- have been in vain because of
decreasing levels of support for
those now serving in bur armed
forces.
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A public meeting on the
proposed construction of a
breakwater in St. George
Sound at Eastpoint, is sche-
duled by the United States
Army Corps of Engineers,
Mobile District, for 7 p.m
Thursday,. October 28, at the
Franklin County Courthouse
in Apalachicola
The proposed action involv-
es construction of a 5,000-foot
rubble breakwater to be locat-
ed approximately 500 feet
offshore parallel to the shore
The proposed action would
reduce damage to oyster
houses, wharfs, and moored
vessels- along the shorelines
during storms and periods of

the best weapons and training
possible in order to carr', on the
tradition of excellence of 'he
U.S. military
W which brings us full ir.I:le to
the Space Shuttle and [he
future,. '
As chairman of the House
Committee on Science and
Technology and pre.iousl' as
Chairman of the Subcommittee
on. Space Spiece and Applica-
tiohs I hate long been an ad-
vocate of the shuttle not
.only as the rne\t logical step in
our conquest of space bui as
a defensive tool vhich- pro. ides
:our military with ital in-
telligence from space on miliiar,
preparations being made b\
poten[iali, hostile nations


'W' .ith four shuttles now
:' either delivered or under c,on
struction ard a fifth planned,
S-'the United Siates.will have the
S -'ability to send personnel and
equipment into space with a
regularity undreamed of when
the space race began just two
. decades ago
SIn today's age of sophis,.
cated weaponry. the ability to
S..know immediately what a
potential enemy is doing is vital
S to the nation in case of war.
But it is even more impor.
lani as a peacekeeping tool,
Because unfriendly nations
Know that the shuttle, and the
: ... satellites ii deploys, have the
ability to witness any military
preparations and relay that in-
formation instantaneously back
to the United States '
I think it is a particularly
happy coincidence that
Vereranrs Day and the fiTrs
operational mission of the
shuttle should occur on the
J same day.


high wind. The breakwater
would also provide habitat for
aquatic organisms and a
resting site for birds
A revised Draft Environ-
-mental Impact Statement for
the breakwater has been
prepared and is available
upon request from the Mobile
District Office Contact Dru
Barrineau, telephone 12051690-
2725, or b. mail, Commander,
US Army Engineer District,
Mobile, P 0. Box 2288. Mobile,
Alabama 36628 ATTN: PD-ES.
All interested individuals,
agencies and organizations
are invited to be present at the
public meeting Everyone will
be given an opportunity to
express views pertinent to the
study For accuracy of the
record, it is requested that
persons having important
facts or statements submit


Monday. November I
Hot dog, baked beans.
French fries, cake, and milk
Tuesday, November 2
Lasagna, cabbage slaw, but-
tered roll, peach pie, and milk.
$Wednesday, November 3
Chicken, rice with gravy,
green beans, applesauce, and
milk
Thursday, November 4
Beef pattie, mashed pota-
toes with gravy, blackeye
peas, roll, and milk.


"I think Don Fuqua is one of the best
congressmen in Washington. He's
honest, on the ball and is constantly
fighting for senior citizens."
Katie Mathews
Tallahassee


"I'm from Don Fuqua's hometown.
Altha, I've known Don all his life. He
started out by trying to help people
and he hasn't changed."
Maxie Waldorff
Altha


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"/ know personally that Don Fuqua's
office is always open to anyone with
a need or problem."
Dr. George M. Madry
Quincy


them in writing. Written state-
ments may be handed to the
chairman at the meeting or
mailed to the Mobile District
prior to October 28. Mailed
statements should indicate
that they are in response to
this announcement. All state-
ments, both oral and written,
will become part of the official
record on this study and will
be made available for public
examination.
Any person who has an
interest which may be affect-
ed by this proposed activity
may request a public hearing
by submitting the request in
writing to the District Engi-
neer by Nov. 8. A request for a
hearing must clearly set forth
the interest which may be
affected and the manner in
which the interest may be
affected.


Friday. November 5
Tuna macaroni salad,
cheese stick, tomato and
lettuce, early peas, pudding,
crackers, and milk.

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


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Libel is printed; slander
spoken.


KEEP


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IN CONGRESS


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BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

Welcome Friend

SUNDAYSCHOOL .. 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE 11 00 A.M & 7.30 P M..
C HUACH TRAINING iSunday) 6 30 P M
MID WvEEK PRAYER (Wednesday)l 7.30 P.M-.


BRO. JERRY REGISTER


Nursery Provided


Helping people is what


being a Congressman


is all about.


"I've been a farmer for the last .
40 years. I'm personally acquainted
with Don Fuqua and he is a ...
farmer's friend."


Waldon Platt
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PIE SHELLS ......
All Toppings
TOTINO'S PIZZA,,


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Orange Juice 10
SOz. Sealtest 3/$1
Light N Lively Yogurt 151
14 OL z.Generic $ 1
PIMENTO SPREAD $117
16 Oz. Merico
Choc. Chip Cookies. 99


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3 Apples
Good to Candy 9or
Treat the Goblins!!


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990 Perfection Rice


SAVE MORE WITH OUR NO BRAND ITEMS
64 Oz. CITRUS PUNCH ..... .. 89
13 Oz. SPANISH OLIVES ...... $1.01


24 Oz. Squeeze Btl. Chocolate
32 Oz. DISH LIQUID ......
4 Oz. Pieces & Stems MUSHI
1 Lb. Box SALTINE CRACKED


12 Oz.
16 Oz.
24 Oz.
150z.
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24Oz.


TOMATO PASTE ..
" MIXED VEGETABLES
BEEF STEW .....
CHILI W/BEANS ..
VEGETABLE OIL ...
PANCAKE SYRUP ..


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... .. 61
OOMS 59C
Ris 59
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PRODUCE SALE

Sweet

Potatoes
AsAM


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Greens


-Greens- Greens


Fresh
POLE BEANS
Waxed
RUTABAGAS
Crisp Delicious
3 Ib. bag API
Tray Pack
TOMATOES


2 Lb. Box Aunt Jemima Complete.

Pancake Mix


Van Camp's Mexican Style

KIDNEY 2/

BEANS


16 Oz. Parade 18 Oz. Smooth Peter Pan
Cranberry Sauce 39 Peanut Butter
Ctn. of 12 1 Oz. Pkgs.
CARNATION HOT COCOA MIX .............


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FROM DEL MONTE


Oz. Cream Style or Whole Kernel Corn
Oz. CUT GREEN BEANS ...........
Oz. FRUIT COCKTAIL .............


16 Oz. Sliced or Halves PEACHES ......
20 Oz. Sliced or Crushed PINEAPPLE ...


16 Oz.


SWEET PEAS


" Fresh Green Heads


Cabbage 2Heads
3 Lb. Bag
..... b.79 YELLOW ONIONS.
SC Fresh
.. ,b.29 YELLOW SQUASH
Fresh
PLES ... 99 ACORN SQUASH

31b.trayl $1.19 Baking Pulaloes


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COOKING OIL




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TENDERLOINS :".L
Assorted
PORK CHOPS Lb.
Meaty Rib
BEEF STEW 99c

Brisket Stew Lb.39

Shldr. ROAST. Lb.49
Center
CHUCK ROAST :149
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RUMP ROAST L.-149

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