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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: November 4, 1982
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518.880

FORTY-SIXTH YEAR. NUMBER'10


THE STAR

Industry Deep Water Port- Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1982


County


Voters Stay With Demos
':-. *'*"t


Give Narrow Approval of Judiciary ; Split on Amendments


With the weather man cooperating with a -
beautiful day, Gulf County voters didn't exactly
come out in droves, but they didn't stay away from
the polls in wholesale lots either.
Supervisor of Elections, Cora Sue Robinson
said some 2,285 of Gulf County's registered voters
came out to cast their ballots and voted an
approximate 45 percent.
Robinson said this was only slightly fewer
voters than went to the polls in the second primary
in October. In that election, 47 percent of the
electorate responded.
In going to the polls on Tuesday, traditionally
Democratic Gulf County remained Democratic, in
spite of a large number of registered Democrats
crossing the line to cast their votes for Republican
candidates.


For instance: there are less than 100
registered Republicans in all of Gulf County, but
Republican candidate for Representative in the.
United States Congress, Ron McNeill polled 1,025
votes in Gulf County. Although McNeil polled the
largest percentage .of votes of any Republican on
the ballot, a large ratio of votes were also picked,
up by other Republican candidates in this
Democratic stronghold.
Governor Bob Graham and his running mate,
Wayne Mixson were the top Democratic vote
getters on the ballot. Graham-Mixson easily
earned a second term over the state, but it was
easier here in Gulf County, where the voters gave
the winners a margin of 2,202 to 586 for Skip
Bafalis and Leo Callahan.
Commissioner of Agriculture, Dolye Conner


was the next high vote getter in gulf County with
1,973 votes cast in his favor. His opponent,
Barbara Lindsey, had 585.
U.S. Senator Lawtofi Chiles, who' earned the
enmity of a large segment of Gulf County three'
years ago when he voted to give away the Panama
Canal, seems to have all forgiven. He was third top
vote getter in Gulf, with 1,814 to only 766 for his
Republican opponent, Van B. Poole.
Even though he received the smallest
Democratic vote in Gulf County, Secretary of
State: George Firestone still had a hefty margin
over his opponent, Jim Smith. Firestone polled
1,727 votes to 757 for Smith;
AMENDMENTS
With one of the Constitutional Amendments
scratched from the ballots in the final few days


before election by the Supreme Court, Gulf County
approved one of the two remaining questions and
turned thumbs down on the other.
Gulf approved Amendment Number 2, which
was the search and seizure issue and opposed
Amendment Number 3, which dealt with pretrial
release of accused felons.
JUDICIAL QUESTIONS :
Approval of the tenure of the four District
Court of Appeal judges on the ballot came hard to
Gulf County voters or maybe it was confusion
over the issue. ,
,All four judges, Richard Ervin, HI, Robert P.
Smith, Jr., James L. Joanos and Ford L'
Thompson received approval for a return to their
offices. Each of the judges received approval by
about 100 votes.


Parade


Will Kick off

Homecoming Fun

Friday At 4P.M.
Are you tired of looking at the smiling face of a
politician and hearing his rhetoric for the past three
months? Did the campaign get you down with its
serious issues and bombastic promises? Are you
tired of all that?
Then sit back and relax and enjoy the sight of
the pretty girls as they compete with each other for
the coveted title of Homecoming Queen in
homecoming festivities today and tomorrow.
Nine beautiful young ladies will be the feature
event of a big homecoming parade tomorrow
afternoon, as the school people and students get into
the spirit of things, whipping up the juiuesin order
to try and'defeat thire ipff eyTigef'trhthe annu.al.
homecoming football game Friday night.
Homecoming and its activities started at the
high school on Monday of this week,.with activities
all week long to mark the occasion. Homecoming
queen candidates were introduced to the student
body in a special session Tuesday morning and were
to face an election yester-
day at which time the
Homecoming Queen was
selected. The results of the ''
election will not be known ; ,
until the game time Friday
night, when announcement
of the title will be made.
The queen will be crown-' ,
ed in special half-time
ceremonies at the football
game tomorrow and will
carry the title for the
.remainder of the school
year.,
BONFIRE
Tonight, the cheerlea-
ders will be sponsoring a
giant bon-fire pep rally at
the football stadium park- '
ing lot.
The pep rally is, of
course, 'open to the public
and is a .good spectator '
function as well as partici-
pating function.
FRIDAY ACTIVITIES
While: homecoming has
been going on all week,
with maneuvering by stu-
dents to get their favorite
candidate elected as queen More homecoming
and building floats for the daughter of Mr. and Mr
big parade, the real cele- Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Pipp
bration will begin tomor-
row, with the most visible .
,-part of the celebration. -.. -.
Beginning at 4:00 p.m., a
giant homecoming parade y
will wind its way up Reid -
Avenue, featuring floats,
the High School Band,
queen candidates riding
and showing off their beau-
ty on the backs of cars, and'
a general spirit of gaiety.
Friday night, the Sharks
will meet one of their arch
enemies, the Chipley Ti-.
gers, in the homecoming H
football game. Honored
guests at the game and -
other activities will be.past '
student body presidents
from Port St. Joe High
School and the former
Washington High School.
After the ball game, a
homecoming dance will be
held in the Commons Area
from 10:30 to 1:00 a.m.
Even with all these fine
events, probably the most
enjoyed part of homecom-
ing to the students will be ...And still more c
the fact that school lets out of Mr. and Mrs. James
at 12:30 Friday afternoon. Mrs. Lillian P. Allen; Ki


Homecoming Queen Court


Homecoming queen candidates pictured Kelly Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy
above, left to right are: Cynthia Rogers, Johnson and Lynn Stephens, daughter of Mr.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers; and mrs. Charles Stephens.


; queen candidates Lori Ray,
s. Al Ray; Tanya Pippin, daughter of
in; Cathy Rish, daughter of Mr. and


U>' LWA-
Mrs. Billy Joe Rish and Nancy Wright. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Wright. -Star photos


andidates- Cynthia Miller, daughter Harper and Holly Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Miller; Patricia Allen, daughter of Graham.
im Dupree, daughter of Mrs. Mamie


How Gulf County Voted ByPrecinct


Precincts 1 2 3
U.S. SENATE
Lawton Chiles. ............ 240 201 84
VanB. Poole .........109 58 33
GOVERNOR and LT. GOV.
Graham/Mixson .. .... 313 225 109
Bafalis/Callahan 64. 50 24
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Don Fuqua ..... .... 221 170 93
Ron McNeill ...........137 83 33
SECRETARY OF STATE
George Firestone ........ 230 172 81
JimSmith ..............102 69 31
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
Doyle Conner ......... 263 201 91
Barbara Lindsey ............ 79 51


CONSTITUTIONAL.
AMENDMENT NO. 2
Yes No
818 743
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT NO. 3
Yes No
- --790-941 -


3A 4 5
29 46 86
12 24 37
37 60 106
7 16' 29
28 49 73
14 24 52
26 44 89
12 24 33


6 7 8 9 10 11


100
88


276 150 234 284
33 61 111 153


95 124 319 177 272 350
16 70 29, 57 94 113
66 92 244 123 213 235
40 101 56 103 156 206
76 110 240 140 239 269
20 80 36 71 104 157


31 51 97 80 115 '252 164 271 337
28 9 19 25 17 34 55 81 106


District Court of Appeal
'Judge Ervin
Yes No
987 882'
District Court of Appeal
Judge Smith
Yes No
.. 980 864


lIA-Toti
11-1814
21- ,76q,
15-2202
17- 58
12-1619
20-1025
11-1727
18- 757
20-1973
11- 585


District Court of Appeal
Judge Joanos

Yes No
923 877
District Court of Appeal
Judge Thompson
Yes No
947 864


Apparent Suicide



Young Man Found


Dead of Gun Wound


Bret Smith, age 23, was found deadof an
' apparent self-inflicted shotgun wound in the
yard of his mother's home in Jones
Homestead Tuesday afternoon.
According to a spokesman from the Gulf.
County Sheriff's Department, Smith was shot
once in the head with a .410 guage shotgun.
Sheriff's investigator, Phil lMcLeod told
The Star, Smith was found at, 2:40 in the
afternoon by a school bus driver, lying in the
yard. McLeod said bus driver, Mrs. Carl
O'Barr saw Smith lying face down in the yard
as she drove past and stopped to see if he
needed help.
McLeod said Smith left a note saying
goodbye to his family, but which contained no
reason forkilling himself. The investigator
said Smith had gone into the yard of his
mother's home, placed the gun inside his


mouth and pulled !the trigger, apparently.
"We're still investigating the case today",
McLeod told The Star Wednesday morning, "z
but he stated it looked as if Smith had taken
his own life.
The young man, a Vietnam veteran, had
only recently come to Gulf County from,'
Alabama. McLeod said he has found where ,*".
Smith has gone in the past few weeks in an
attempt to find a job here. Smith has been
discharged from a veterans hospital with a
disability, but McLeod didn't know what the
disability was or how serious it might be.
"We're still looking into that", he said.
After he came to Gulf'County, Smith has
been living in a travel trailer in the back yard
of the home of his mother, Mrs. Linda C,
Smith, at Jones Homestead.


Mexico Beach turned out
what was probably the' best
voter representation of any
-community in the Big Bend
Tuesday, in electing Bob Hale
as their Mayor and saying
-they wanted dogs kept off the
beaches in that tourist-orient-
ed community.
With 334 of the Town's 480
registered voters going to the
polls Tuesday, Hale won eas-
ily over challenger Tom Stal-
lings, 245 to 89. Incumbent
Mayor James Heathcock did
not seek re-election, giving
business and health reasons as
his purpose in stepping down.
Hale ran on a platform of
doing something about the
streets in Mexico Beach.
Voters also cast a resound-
ing approval of an ordinance
which would ban animals
(primarily dogs) on the bea-
ches. The animals and their
habits of fouling the beaches
have become a sore subject at
Mexico Beach in recent
years and months and the
people said they wanted the
practice of allowing animals
to roam the beaches stopped,
193 to 96.
An ordinance to prohibit the


pets form being allowed on the
beaches has already started-
ed in consideration by the
Mexico Beach Town Council
and could possibly be on the
way to consideration before


the new administration takes
over. *
The question on the ballot
Tuesday was a straw poll and
has no binding effect on the
Council and its actions.


20* Per Copy J


-""I,


Hale Wins Beach Mayor


Post By Large Margin


It's Time to Mail


for Overseas
Postmaster Tom Sapp announced this week that the
deadline for mailing Christmas packages overseas is.
rapidly approaching. *
Sapp gave the warning this week so that those who
had relatives in the armed services stationed overseas
or those who wish to mail holiday greetings or packages
to others living in foreign countries would not be caught
at the last minute with this chore facing them.
Sapp said the sobner the' parcels or cards are
mailed, the more surely they will reach their destination'
in time. "It's not too early to mail now", Sapp said.
Sapp has prepared a mailing schedule for overseas
mailers, which is on display in the Postoffice. The same
table will also be printed in The Star in its issue next
week.
For surface mail to some countries, the item should
have already been sent on its way. For most surface
mail, except to far distant places, it's time, now, to get
going.


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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY. NOV. 4, 1982


It was amusing to us during the
past week to discover the problems
.other counties are having with' their
waste products and its disposal.'
Here in Gulf county, we are
.- having a problem finding a disposal
..method and location which is
Acceptable to the: Department of
S: Natural Resources.
Last week, reading the County
Record of Blountstown, we found the
editor musing over the problem,
.which is also affecting Calhoun
;county, who even has all those clay
hills to bury garbage, in. Editor
Wallace Findlay was remembering
: the day when there was no garbage
-problem. The waste food products
Were fed to a hog or two penned.up in
S the back yard, or thrown out to the
"::chickens. The paper was used to
S, -.wrap things in, pack a lunch in, or
t,!; -start a fire in the stove. .
= There was nothing left over to
=call waste. Those discarded items or
:materials which were too large to
'use in some other way were burned
in the trash fire on periodic
'-occasions.
There was no need for a trash
-collection service or a garbage
-disposal service.
_.. Now, all kinds of problems come
up with what to do with organic
materials which the rules of science
.tell us will return to dust over a
_eVriod of time.
Virginia Young, the Mayor of



Sorry It J

We appreciate their taking the
trouble to do it, but we can't help but
=be appalled that communities the
ze of Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
d a county the size of Gulf. ould,
.ve its law enforcement people find.
Z' necessary to mount an extra
.-special patrol on trick or treat night
.dai:order to protect against unusual
'and distorted incidents toward chil-
Sdren.
As we said, we appreciate the
i initiativee taken by our law enforce-
'ment officers in flooding the area
it:fh law enforcement people to
protect the children. We still find it
awfully hard to believe anyone in
4Gulf county would put a pin in a
chocolate, razor blades in cookies or
i posons or drugs in other items and
Sland them out on trick or treat
'ight. Even though the nation seems
'o6be going all out to "copy-cat" the
.lyienol poisoner, we feel Gulf
c'notty should be expected to resist
ucuh trends in fashion.
What makes a person do such
things? How can a person place a
poisonous substance or injurious


Fort Lauderdale was regaling a
meeting last week over the solution
Fort Lauderdale had found to rid
itself of some unwanted sewage
treatment sludge. (Port St. Joe: is
now facing the problem of ,doing
away with some of this sludge arid
having to go through all kinds of
examination, permits, plans, prom-
ises, putting up the second step-child
as ransom that everything will be
done as it should and a pact signed
in blood guaranteeing the perform-
ance.
Back to Mayor Young .
Mrs. Young told the group they
had found the solution as to what to
do with the sludge. They have been
allowed to do anything they want
with it so long as they don't dump it
in the ocean, bury it underground or
burn it. That leaves very few options
and Fort Lauderdale is planning to
exercise one of these options.
They are selling their sludge to
an island in the Caribbean.
The island is sending barges to
collect the sludge, to be taken back
home and utilized as a highly
effective fertilizer.
Fort Lauderdale is indeed inge'n-.
ious. Here most of us sit, spending
large sums of money to dispose of
this product properly and there sits
Fort Lauderdale, making money
from their problem and still meeting
the requirements of DER.
How lucky can you get?



Had to Be

object in a substance designed to
help or please someone; especially
when there is no way of telling who is
to get his hands (and mouth) on that
adulterated substance? ,? ,-. r.,
S-' In Glf county, ,we look out for
our children. Year after year, the
county will come up with a traffic
safety award for pedestrians on -our
streets. Children are the most
common victim of the traffic-
pedestrian problem, but here in Gulf
county it is minimal. This proves
that Gulf county people are concern-
ed over the safety of their children.
If a mad-dog type person
invades the county and placed a
Safety pin or a needle in a bon-bon
and handed it out to a child on
hallowe'en, we feel he would have a
hard time getting out of the county if
he or she were ever found out. Gulf
county people would deal with that
individual. We care for our children.
Thanks, men, for your extra-
special efforts on Friday and
Saturday nights. We're just sorry
you found it necessary to do 'what
you did.


"The hot tears suddenly home. It is my considered and
seemed to well up from.behind --educated opinion that the
his eyes," the article started, tears they shed are. more than
"How silly, he thought, re- likely, tears of joy. At least,
membering with pleasure his that's the way it will be at our
own departure 'for., college home. if my wife and I can last
about 30 years earlier," 'it to see the miracle through.
continued. There is one thing for certain.
.The story was describing when they finish high school,
the empty feeling, by the they are gone, one way or the
parents, when their last, child other., and the wife and I will
leaves home. .The,, "empt%-. probably% cry for two or three
nest" is, of course, the home days the relief will' be, un-
without the children. bearable'
It is very tbuchirig to think :We already have our plan's
that there are parents that will made. If, by chance, one of our
shed tears and mourni when all
their child-en finally leave

Remembers

D',Day At

Omaha
Jim Cox. a member of
Kiwanis, gave a short talk to
the, club Tuesday, telling of
some of his experiences on
D-Day at Omaha Beach in ,
France in 1943. W
Cox was part of the :first '
wave to hit the beach that day
and has a vivid memory of the
cliffs faced by the invaders
and the withering fire they
received from the Germans.
'"The first thing I learned
was how to dig a deep hole '
quick", Cox said.
Cox, a native of Woodville
said he was inducted into the
Army at Gamp Blianding and
"given a brand new pair of
pants" (apparently a scarce.
commodity at Woodville in the
early '40's). He was sent to
Camp Kilmer, New Jersey,
where a selection was made
for soldiers to sent to the South
Pacific and to Europe. "I was
lucky", he said. "I was one of
the ones picked' to' igo to
Europe"., ,
The troops sailed for Eur6ope
from, New York 20,000 of
them aboard the Queen
Elizabeth.
Cox was captured about 90
days after the landing. ih
France, by a German soldier
in northern France. The group
had advanced with General
Patton until they were strung
far out in front of the main
American Army. He was
ordered to go out and repair a
communication line and was
picked up by the Germans.'
"I could look back down the
road and see American sol-
diers resting beside the road,
cleaning their weapons and
here I was, not a half mile
away, getting captured".,
Guests of the Club were .
Keyettes Lisa Porter, Nancy -U
Wright and Cathy Rish.

'"Walk through life and talk
to anybody.' Persian proverb


children decides he doesn't
want to leave we are signing
him up for a tour in the U.S.
.Army. If that fails, we will
sign papers to have him
committed to an institution. In
other words, we'll get him
before he gets us! When the
bell rings, school is out, and
they had better be gone!
After a three day adjust-
ment period it will be a life of
leisure fqr us. There will' be
money to spend, a car to drive,
a phone to use and quiet,
peace of mind to share, We


AMAN'S WORLD


Thile Empty Nest


. "Syndrome


sucking eggs!"
You may be wondering what
we are going to do with all the
money we will have when they
are out of our hair. Well, the
first thing we are going to buy
is a new toothbrush. One for
her and one for me: The next
thing is we are going to
purchase some metal eating
utensils. The plastic ones we
have been using are about
gone. It will be great being
able to smile and eat without
having half the f6od drop back
into the plates.
The balance of the money
will be sent to my daughter:
As you know, girls are dif-
ferent from boys and they
need all the help they can get.
We probably won't send it
though,with postage like it is
now. I think I'll just walk over
to their house next door- and
hand it to her.


will no longer arise at five
a.m., and prepare a breakfast
that would choke a football
team. There will be no more
rushing to see that all are at
school on time, only to learn
that we are late for work. The
nights spent wondering where
they are and what they are
doing will be gone forever.
The rallying cry will be,
'they're gone, they're gone,
and may they be as happy as
we are!!!" i
It is understood that when
they leave (notice I said when,
not if they are on their own. If'
they write or call home for
money, I will send them a bad
check. If they get in trouble,
they can serve their time like
any other criminal. Breaking
away, from family ties is a
part of living just like' dying
is:' it's best that they learn
their lessons early and it will
save us all a lot of pain. It will
also break the "old dog from


the end of the


rain-


'ee Somebody Out There Likes Me
78e "


There Is A

-: RECENTLY; SITTING IN A 'dove
-freld, I had occasion to examine my'
situation as a dove-shooter-at-er. When
':examined my position closely con-
er-ning this sport, this is the conclusion
Arrived at. I am a dove-shooter-at-er
as opposed to a dove hunter.
-'-t takes a little analysis and thought
t6 see just what the emphasis of these
:two titles hold before deciding whether
'you, too, may be a dove-shooter-at-er
.rather 'than a dove hunter I'm
Assuming, of course, thatyou go to the
d' e field on occasion.

S: GOING TO THE DOVE field is just
abdut my favorite participant sport.
W4t' something I can d6 and it's
Something I enjoy doing.
My designation as a dove-shooter-,
li-e-r is the, only fly in the otherwise
p ifeasing ointment of a pleasant after-
itobn at the dove field. '
'.T: First, let me define these' two
:categories of people who go to the dove
1 te3d, trying to bring down the swift,
agrEy miniature pigeons which taste so
=good when.they are placed in the oven
:ih a pat of butter-placed in the breast


Great Big Difference BetWeen Shooting At and Hunting Doves


cavity and a strip of bacon wrapped'
around its middle.
First. the dove-shooter-at-er -' of
which I am one I am convinced, is a
person who shoots merrily away when a


get out into the field and "hunt" up the
bird he has shot down.
: Since I seldom shoot one down, I do
no classify as a dove hunter.
+++


BEING A dove-shooter-at-er rather
than a dove hunter has not bothered me
,in the past. When someone mentioned a
,dove shoot, I was ready to go. I had
three sons at home, over a period of a


esley R, Ramsey


MY SUCCESS AT becoming a doVe
hunter isn't getting any better. Actual-
ly, my hitting percentage; as opposed tp
times shot are about the same' as
Atlanta Braves pitcher. Rick Camp. As
a matter of fact, Rick Camp might be a
little more accurate with his bat than I
am with.',my 16 guage 25-year-old
Browning shotgun. But. like Rick., I
swing away when the opportunity
presents itself.
-14- 4- '


few years, who were fairly good dove
hunters. Not a dove-shooter-at-er in the
bunch. All I had to do Was to gather up
my stuff and round up the boys and we
could be assured of a mess of dove on
the table the next day, if there were any
on the field.
This went on for around 15 years.
As one son would get old enough to
leave home. there was another to take
his place. They always went and they


always.were instrumental in seeing the
family had game to eat.
Now, they are gone from home and
they won't even lend me their sons,
since they don't want their "bird dogs"
chasing rabbits. They want those sons
to grow up as dove hunters and not be
exposed to dove-shooter-at-ers.
I don't know why they worry about
that, since the association didn't bother
them. They are all better than fair shots
and get their share of birds. I guess
they are just playing it safe.

AS LUCK WOULD have it, I also
have a daughter with sons. As a matter
of fact, the daughter brought number
one grandson into the world and I can
now depend on him to go along at the
heree mention of dove shooting.
When you get down to brass tacks,
he calls me up every Friday afternoon
and says, "Papaw, what time are we
going dove hunting tomorrow?"
Mind you, it isn't "are we going
dove hunting?" "can I go dove hunting
with you?" or "where are you going
dove hunting?" It's a flat, no-nonsense


question, "What time are WE going to
go?"
Well, to make a long story short:
Grandson number one is getting
proficient now and seems destined to,
once again, put fresh dove meat on my
table in the course of time. The last
time we went, he got four with about a
box and a half of shells, which is
considerably better than I do.
The other grandsons shoot them
down too those who are big enough to
handle a shotgun but they didn't have
the handicap of going with a dove-
shooter-at-er. Despite the fact that their
genes have traveled through the veins
of a dove-shooter-at-er first, they still
manage by associational environment
with their fathers to do a creditable job
with the mourning dove. Number one
grandson doesn't have that advantage.
The poor guy is stuck with me as an
example.
You just wait and see. As number
one grandson progresses and the other
grandsons grow larger, I'll wean them
away from their fathers and before you
know it, I'll eat dove again .
regularly.


dove flies over, but whose efforts'
seldom stop a dove in mid-flight,
causinihg him to fall to the ground. In
other words, I have a terrible time
hitting a dove in flight, as do all
dove-shooter-at-prs.
. Secondly, a dove hunter is a person
who' manages to shoot down a fair
percentage of those birds which ven-
ture over his place in the dove field. He
gets his nomenclature, "dove hunter"
from the fact that he periodically has to


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


is feet above or below the
mean water line.


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Nov. 5
Nov. 6
Nov. 7
Nov. 8
Nov. 9
Nov. 10
Nov. 11


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105 2.0 1158
156 2.0 1303
251 1.9 1356
349 1.7 1442
448 1.5 1521
548 1.3 1536
723 1.0 1506


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Aid Veterans
the John C. Gainous Post
10069 V.F.W. will hold a Poppy
Drive on November 5th and
6th in Port St. Joe.
' George S. Coody, Poppy
Chairman, asks that all mem-
bers and the Ladies Auxiliary
meet at the St. Joe Motel at
8:00 a.m. to hblp with the
Drive.


OBITUARY:

Rites Held for Sylvester J. Taylor


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Sylvester J. Taylor, 82, died
Monday morning in Ashville
Hospital following a lengthy
illness. He was a native of
Ware County, Georgia. He had
lived in Ashville for two years.
He was a long time resident of
Port St. Joe, and a member of
the First Baptist Church in
Port St. Joe.
Survivors include: one son,
Elbert Lavaun Taylor of Ash-
ville, N.C.; one brother, Bud
Taylor of Cloverdale, Califor-
nia; one half-brother, Lavell


Students and teachers at Highland View Elementary School and members of the DAR watch as the newly donated U.S. flag is raised.


Flag Presented to Elementary School


Through the courtesy of
Congressman Don Fuqua, the
St. Joseph Bay Chapter
Daughters of the American
Revolution has been able to
secure several lovely Ameri-
can flags for presentation to
schools or other public facili-
ties for this area, these flags


having been. flown over the
United States Capitol in Wash-
ington expressly for these
facilities.


The first flag presei
was made to the Hi
View Elementary Scho
Wednesday, October


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nation 11:00 A.M. The presentation
ghland was made by Mrs. George
ol last Suber, Chairman of the DAR
27 at Committee on Flag of the
United States of America.
Receiving the flag for the
school was Christy Maige,
president of the Student Coun-
cil, and the students and
teachers of the 4th, 5th and 6th
grades watched as the flag
was raised aloft by the mem-
'hanks, bers of the Student Council, as
itinued Mrs. Nobie Stone led in the
Pledge of Allegiance.


The ceremony was opened
by Mr. Howard Blick, Princi-
pal of the Highland View
School, who explained the
purpose of the gathering on
the school grounds, and called
on Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr.,
local DAR Regent, for the
Invocation.
At the conclusion of the
ceremony, Mrs. Suber pr6-
sented to Mr. Blick sufficient
copies of the new Flag Code
for each of the teachers.


Taylor of Alford; one half-
sister, Pinkie McNeal of Way-
cross, Ga.; and two grand-
children.
Funeral services were held
at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday at the
First Baptist Church of Port
St. Joe, conducted by Rev.
Howard Browning and Rev. J.
C. Odum. Interment followed
at the family plot, Holly Hill
Cemetery.
All local services were
under the direction of Com-
forter Funeral Home, Port St.
Joe.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1982


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THE STAR, Port St. Joej Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1982


PAGE FOUR


i n o Board M
c--Senior Citieni Board of Directors received.training in,
the responsibilities associated with Board membership Mon-
day evening at the local office of the Senior Citizens Associa-
lion. Seated from left to right are: Rev. Dave Fernandez,
Ibeal Board member; Brenda Moore, Project Director; Joe

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EXERCISE
It's Done to Music It's Healthy We Begin Slowly.
Condition and Limber Up. Then We Go Go
7 PM to 8 PM
I Monday & Wednesday
CENTENNIAL BUILDING
ALL AGES WELCOME ESPECIALLY LADIES
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SCall Ruth Schoelles 653-8190
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(Formerly Idle Hour)
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Tuesday Friday: 9-4:30
Saturday Morning by Appointment
For 4ppointlments
Phone 229-6201


HEARING TESTS
And
HEARING AID
SERVICE

FREE -

Friday, Nov. 12 From
9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

At
CAMPBELL'S DRUG
STORE
Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida

i11 iern Ire ind inltel itt r li it I M t'ia 'd ,'lieper1/11,'.
WATSON AND BARBER
HEARING AID CENTER
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(904) 482-4025

Please Call 227'-1224 For
Appointment To .4v'oid if ailing


embers
Jackson, Planner/Monitor Area Aging on Aging; Bob Moore,
President local Board;: Margaret Lynn Duggar, Executive
Director of the Area Agency on Aging; and Stiles Brown,
local Board member.
-Star photo

Holiday Decorating At

Sea Oats &Dunes Club
1he Sea :Oats and Dunes Members are asked to bring
Garden Club will hold their plants to the meeting for sal
regular monthly meeting No- at the District II Horticulture
member 9 at 9 a.m. C.T. at the meeting to be held in Parke]
Mexico Beach Chamber of November 10, at the Parker
Commerce Building. Mens Club, to begin witi
Special Holiday decorations coffee at 8:30 a.m. Proceeds
by Jeri Rich Ashcraft will be from the. plant sale will go t(
the program highlight. World Gardening.


Corsage Making Will Be

Demonstrated At Meeting
,The November meeting of, own special Christmas cor-
the Pot St.: Je Garden Club sage. All materials, will be'
will be on Thursday, Nov. llth available at this meeting.
at t 2' p.m. at: the Garden Mrs. I. C. Nedley, Mrs. M.-
Center. .., P. Huie, and Mrs. Ahna Till
Flora of Flora's Flowers are hostesses for this special
and Jeri of St. Joseph Bay workshop meeting. All mem-j
Flowers and Gifts, and Bessie bers are urged to attend, and'
Nedley, Club Member. will bring interested ladies as
help each member make her guests.

Gospel Sing Saturday

Night for Deputies
Gulf County's Junior Depu- featured will be, The Prodi-
ties will be sponsoring their gals of Montgomery, Ala., The
annual gospel sing Saturday:' Messengers and Deliverance,
evening, beginning at 7:30 both of Panama City.; '.
p.m. The sing will be held in Admission to the sing will be
the, PortSt. Joe High School $3.00 in advance and $5.00 at
Gymnasium. the door. Children under 12
The gospel sing has been will be admitted free.
arranged and is being pre- Proceeds from the show go
sented by Elmer R6gers, a to the Gulf County Junior
personality from WPAP radio Deputies.


of Panama City.
Featured on the show will be
Wendy "Bagwell and the Sun-
lighters of Hiram, Ga. Also
Homecomingat
Honevrille
. The'Honeyville United Me-
thodist Church will hold the
second annual Homecoming
on November 7.
-.The morning services will
begin at 9 A.M.; CST with a
guest speaker. .. .
There will be Dinner on the
Grounds at 12 o'clock with
singing and planned activities
in the afternoon. .
You are invited to come and
worship with the congregation
of the church'.
Harvest Day at
Zion Fair Baptist
Zion Fair Baptist Church is
celebrating its third annual
Harvest Day on Sunday, No-
vember 7 at 11:00 a.m.
The guest speaker will be
Mrs. Christine Williams. The
public is cordially invited to
attend.


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Summer Merchandisel

Summer Merchandise


GREGG ANDl JANE


Engage d


I Mr. and Mrs. John H. De
Wind of Tampa, announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Jane, Brooks, to Gregg Me-
shane Chason, son of\Mr. and
Mrs. Williston L. Chason of
Port St. Joe.
Jane is a 1978 graduate of
Chamberlain High School,
Tampa. She received her B.S.
degree in Psychology from
Auburn University, Auburn,.:
Alabama in June, 1982.
Gregg is a 1978 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and
received his B.S. degree in
Marketing from Auburn Uni-
versity, Auburn, Alabama in
June, 1982. He is presently
employed with Boyle-Midway,
Inc. of West Palm Beach.
The wedding will be held
December II at 7:00 P.M. at
the Village Presbyterian
Church, Tampa. Following the


.ceremony a reception will be
held at the Hbst International
-Hotel Grand Ballroom.


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The Laundry Room

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Monday, Nov. 8



Featuring.. .

New Washers and Dryers

Triple Load Washer

Attendant On Duty Drop-off Service

Open: Monday thru Saturday, 7 AM to 8 PM
Sunday, 10 AM to 6 PM
A Grand Opening Will be Held

Saturday, November 13
with.
Free Gifts and Refreshments for All


Melissa Leigh Arnette


Melissa Has

Third Birthda,
Melissa Leigh Arnette,
daughter of Pam and David
Arnette of Bascom, celebrated
her third birthday on Octoper
16.
Leigh is the granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Burch
of Port St. Joe, and Mr. .nd
Mrs. William David Arnette,
.Jr. of Allentown.

Harvest Day at

Phili. Primitive
The members of Philadelhia
Primitive Baptist Church will
be sponsoring its first Annual
Harvest Day Service on Sun-
day, November 7th at 11:00
A.M.
This year's theme is "The
Harvest is Plenteous, but the
Laborers are few", and will be
expounded by the Rev. James
Heard of Wewahitchka.
Everyone is invited to at-
tend this service at, the
'church, located on Avenue D,


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Portraits will be made at Thurs., Nov. 11

Costin's Dept. Store 11 AM to 6 PM
Port St. Joe _
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Parenting Film

Monday Evening
Edwin R. Ailes, Executive In "Preparing for Adoles-
Director of the Gulf County cence: The Origins of Self
Guidance Clinic has announc- Doubt", Dr. Dobson discusses
ed that the fourth film in the the "Feelings of inferiority"
"Focus on the Family" film that nearly all teens face. He
series will be "Preparing For emphasizes the pressures that
Adolescence: The Origins of pre-adolescent children face
Self Doubt." This film will be as they enter the teenage
shown on Monday, November years and encourages parents
8, at 7:30 P.M. in the Port St. to prepare their children by
Joe Elementary School Audi- structuring time for open
torium.' communication with, their
children.
This film is the fourth in a The general public is en-
series of seven films featuring courage to attend this im-
family expert James C. Dob- portant film series. Parents,
son, Ph.D. All films are being pre-teens, and teenagers will
sponsored by'the. Gulf County find Dr. Dobson's comments
Guidance. Clinic, IInc. and the helpful. Those interested in
Port St. Joe Ministerial Asso- further information about this
citation. The films are present- program may contact the Gulf
'ed free of charge and are open County Guidance Clinic at
to the general public. 227-1145. "


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SAARPWill Give


Food to the Needy


The Saint Joseph Bay
Chapter of the AARP will hold
a Thanksgiving celebration at
their meeting next Monday,
November 8th. A very special
program portraying the First
Thanksgiving with the Pil-
grims through the first
Thanksgiving proclaimed by
George Washington, to
Thanksgiving 1982 will feature
a large cast of AARP
members.
The highlight of the after-
noon will be the giving of food
and household items by mem-
bers to those in need in the
community. Area pastors are


Flight winners in the ladies fall handicap tournament, Zella Anderson, first; Marge Ely, fourth; Fay Cox, second
held October 27 and 28 are shown above, left to right: Bobbie and Carol Mitchell, fifth. Not pictured is Vivian Hardy, who
Watts, third; Evelyn Smith, sixth; 'Amy Tapper, seventh; placed eighth. -Star photo


Zella Anderson aptures Trophy


For Ladies 'Fall Handica Tourney


Zella Anderson was the
Winner of the Ladies -Fall
Handicap Tournament held at,


This Sunday, November 7,
the First United Methodist
Church of Mexico Beach will
celebrate Children's Sunday.
Dr. Henry Schum, the associ-
ate pastor of the First Presby-
Sterian Church in Macon, Geor-
gia will be the guest speaker
at both Church School (9:00
,a.m.), and" Church School
S, (10:00 a.m.).
Dr. Scbum," affectionately
knownn by the children as
"Uncle Hank" has a Televi-
.sion 'Ministry of national
scope. He illustrates his mes-
sages with charcoal drawings,
a dummy called "Jody", and
his guitar to accompany songs
that children like.
: A special invitation to the
young and the young in heart
awaits all. His message at the
church service will be "What
Every Methodist Should Know
About the Way to Heaven."
The church is located' on
22nd Street in Mexico Beach,

Faith Christian
Honor Students
Faith Christian announces
its Honor Roll for the first
,' grading period: '
S.': ALL A's
Grade one: Eric Monteiro,
Joseph Price, Brant Bizek,
Kimberly Cooper, -Anita
Davis, Julie Johnson, David
Oakley, Traci Peiffer, Johna-
than Thursby, Bryan Butts.
Grade two: Latoya Lewis.
Grade three: Shannon Cairi,
Chris Parker, DarinaSwatts.
Grade four: Christy Smith.
Grade five: John. Parker,
Jeff Richards,. Brad Thursby.
Grade eight: Howard Ri-
chards, Lee Parker;
A's and B's'
Grade one: Crystal Hall,
Kellie Kennington, Brad Le-
mieux,' Rusty Minger, Bill
Wyatt, Samantha Page.
Grade two: Bert Cain, Kim-
berly Field, Jarred Nolen,
Craig Pate, George Thomas.
Grade three: Michael Ham-
mond, Dennis McCloud.
Grade four: Cheyenne God-
fry, Laurie Hall, Deby Mon-
feiro, Kevin Peiffer, Vince
Everett.
S;, Grade five: Tyler Ford,
tMark Presnell, Alana Ri-
Echardson.
Grade six: Judson Pollock,
zDewanna Davidson.
Grade seven: Brian Peiffer.
Grade eight: Darryl David-
;son, Tommy Ford, Robert
:Quarles, Edward Wood, Chris
,Pate.
-Eat Lunch with

Your Children
November 14-November 20
-'is American Education Week.
The Gulf County Classroom
iTeachers Association in the
interest of promoting educa-
tion and creating community
-awareness of educational en-
.deavors is sponsoring various
activities throughout the
week.
The administration and fa-
culty of Port St. Joe High
School invite parents and
Townspeople to visit the school
ind have Thanksgiving dinner
with them on Friday, Novem-
ber 19th. Lunches are served
at 11:00 and 12:00. The price is
$1.50. Reservations should be
6 made by calling the school
secretary at 229-8251 by No-
vember 9th.


the St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club October 27 and 28. *
Other winners were Faye


Cox, Bobbie Watts, Marge
Ely, Carol Mitchell, Evelyn'
Smith, Amy. Tapper and Vi-
vian Hardy.
The following ladies com--
posed the tournament com-
mittee: Chairman, Mariann
Hendrix; Co-Chairman, Helen
Quackenbush; Parings,
Marge Ely and Zella Ander-
son; Scoring, Hazel Barton,,


Bobbie Watts and Lunette
Gibsdn; 'Hospitality, -Dot
Grom, Hildreth Miller and
Betty May; Prizes, Meta
Buzzett, Jean Gander 'and
Lunette Gibson; Publicity,
Ruth Hendrix.
The winner's name will be
engraved on the W. R. Tapper
Memorial Cup.
Don Parker contributed the
door prize.


rt St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. NOV. 4, 1982


being contacted to compile a
list of those persons who are in
need.
The Union Hall on Sixth
Street will be specially de-
corated in a Thanksgiving
mode, and the refreshment
committee plans a delicious
treats. Ann Aldridge Com-
forter will be providing a
musical program.
All members and friends
are cordially invited to attend
this meeting, beginning at 2:30
p.m.

"Time is the greatest. inno-
vator." Francis Bacon


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




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SUNDAYSCHOOL ...... ............ . 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M.& 7:30 P.M.,
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MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7:30 P.M.
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Hallowe'en Carnival Scenes


One of the favorite booths at me ron st. Joe Elementary Here a youngster
School Halloween Carnival was the dart throwing booth, to win a straw ha



S .-J


r tries his hand at bursting a balloon in order


HIGHLAND VIEW COSTUME WINNERS: Front row, Patricia Davis 3rd. Back row, from left: Fifth and Sixth
from left: Pre-school Kindergarten, Rebecca Ferrell, 1st, grades: Tammy Stallings Ist, Michael Ramsey 2nd and Scott
Robbi Funderburk, 2nd and Rene Weeks, third; First and Se- Rogers 3rd; Third and Fourth grades: Laura Nelson 1st, Jen-
cond grades: Jason Kennedy Ist, Kendra McDaniel 2nd and nifer Dykes 2nd and Davis 3rd. -Star photo


C o eCarnival Drawsarge Crowd
Consi er,


PORT ST. JOE ELEMENTARY COSTUME WINNERS: Pre-school division: from left
Monica and Tanya, first; Griff Gainnie, second; and Clay Whitfield, third.


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-First through third grades: from left, Stephen Ailes, 1st; Brad Buzzett, second and Josh
Elder, third.
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Six for


Position

The Gulf County Commis-
sion is still a few days away
from naming a Veterans Ser-
vice Officer for the county,
following a special meeting
Monday evening..
In a special session, called'
to interview applicants for the
job, the Commission has taken'
the applicants under advise-
ment and will come up with a
final decision' in a few days,
according to Clerk Jerry
Gates.
Interviewed on Monday eve-
ning were Bobby Middleton,
William Wilder, James W.
Sealy, Mark C. Davis, Pallas
Mae Gandy and Willie E.
P Scott. '. -., ,!" *
The Commission will inter-
view a seventh applicant,
SMichael J. JBlaschum, this
afternoon,at 6:0 p.m. *,,,
Although none of the 'Com-
missioners has said so, there
is a possibility their decision
on the Service Officer position
will be made at their regular
meeting next Tuesday morn-
ing.
In the meantime, all veter-
ans' matters are being taken
care of by the Clerk's office in
the Courthouse.


VFW Post

Auxiliary
The Ladies Auxiliary of Post
ua No 10069 met with the men for
a Joint meeting Oct.. 28th.
The Poppy Sale will be on
November 5th and 6th. Volun-
teers are asked to contact Bill
i Slickman at 229-6105 oc Max-
ine 'Robinson', 229-6850 and
advise when you will help with
this project. The money de-
rived from the' Poppy Sale is
used to aid the needy Veterans
and families. You may also
come to Ready Arts and
Crafts to pick up poppies on
Friday or Saturday.
John C. Ganious Post No.
10069 and the Ladies Auxiliary
are sponsoring a Parade. on


Veterans Day, November 11th
at 10:00 A.M.
A Memorial service and the
dedication of a plaque honor-
ing the deceased Vietnam
servicemen of Gulf County
will take place in front of the
City Hall following the Pa-
rade.
Adfish fry with all of the

Fourth through sixth grades: from left: Buck Fernandez, first place; John Elder, second; trimmings will be served from
and Vivian Miller, third. 12:00 noon till 3:00P.M. at the
needed.


Fite Receives DSN Blalock Named to

Degree From UAB Aide-de-Camp Position
:: Bill Fite, formerly of Port Jack Blalock, of 230 7th St., tireless efforts of civic and
,: '. St. Joe, received his DSN Port St. Joe, VFW Post 10069, patriotic minded citizens like
: '(Doctor of Science in Nurs- has been appointed by VFW Mr. Blalock that the veterans
-C aitiona- th -u A uuz'iitiuu V FW


ing) from the University ot
Alabama at Birmingham Oc-
tober .13. While pursuing his
career, he has also been an
assistant professor and has
been coordinator pf systems
analysis at UAB.
Among other organizations
to which he belongs, he is a
member of Phi Kappa ,Phi
(scholastic honorary), Omi-
crop Delta Kappa (leadership
honorary), and Sigma Theta
Tau professional honorary).
Before attending UAB, he
was associated with Tallahas-
see Regional Medical Center.


National Commanaer-in-Chief
James R. Currieo, of Sierra
Vista, Ariz., to serve as a
National Aide-de-Camp for
1982-83.
Currieo, head of the over 1.9
million member organization
of overseas veterans com-
mented, "It is because of the

He will return there Decem-
ber 1 as vice president for
patient education and human
resources development.
Fite is the son of Mrs. Sara
Fite of St. Joe Beach.


serves have been affected in a
positive manner."
"Our programs touch every
citizen in the community, they
help the young,. the old,: the
Vietnam veteran and the
World War I veteran. .1 am
please to make this appoint-
ment because I know Mr.
Blalock will do an outstanding
job for the VFW. Our theme
for this year is 'Strength
Through Service,' and 'that
means to the veteran, hiis
community and his country."


If you missed it this year,
you will get another chance
next Halloween to experience
the pleasures found exclusive-
ly at Highland View Elemen-
tary School's Carnival.
Hordes of fun-lovers spent
the afternoon Saturday at the
Annual PTA-sponsored affair
enjoying another round of
exciting games, fine food and
snacks. -
Cathy McDaniel, Carniyal
Chairman, said she was
pleased with the results of this
fund-raising effort, particular-
ly with the attendance and
financial support during an
economically distressed year
for many families.
The PTA felt lucky to have.
such active participation of.
many parents who manned
booths and the kitchen, con-
structed and cleaned the gam-
ing areas, baked cakes, sup-
plied the Country Store, and&
operated the oyster bar.
Special appreciation is also
extended to the following
merchants and businesses for,
their generous donation:
1 edy's Florist, Campbell's
Drug Store, Boyle's Depart-
ment Store, St. Joe Drugs, the
Athletic House, Hurlbut's


True Value Supply, St. Joseph
Bay Florist, the Decorator
'Den, Badcock's, Aline's Coif-
fure's, Renfro's Auto Parts,
St. Joe Hardware, Costin's


Department; Store St.. Joe
Container .Division, Rich's
IGA, Saveway, Piggly Wiggly,
Sing Food Store, Highland
View Superette, Mexico Beach


SGrocery, Terry's Fried Chick-
en, James McNeill Seafood,
Raffield's Fisheries, Skipper's
Gulf, and the Faith Christian
School Korn Wagon.


A young lady tries her slull at tossing a bean bag at one of the booths at the Highland View
Elementary School Halloween Carnival.


en l 11 y?99" n Ter 11 costume. During the day children were treated with candy
"Friendly ?" Bank 1 erS favors by the ghostly goblins and witches. Shown in the ;
center of the photo are Frankenstein, who won first place in'
The staff of Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe got into the costume contest; a gruesome witch who was awarded se-.:
the act of Halloween Friday as they all arrived for work in cond place and the mummy, who came in third.





Phone Company Granted.


Permit to Ins


plans were from St. Joe
Natural Gas Company, who
has a main crossing at the
Third Street and Long Avenue
intersection. St. Joe Natural
just expressed a wish to be on
the site when the construction
was done to insure their lines
are not interferred with..
AGREE TO LEASE
The Commission also
agreed to final wording on a
lease with Material Transfer,
Incorporated, to allow the
firm to put down tie-down
facilities and use the area
directly in front of the Waste-
water Treatment Plant in the
Gulf County Canal for storing
coal barges.
A paragrgraph in the lease
would hold MTI responsible
for any deterioration of the


In a short session Tuesday
night, the City Commission
granted St. Joseph Telephone
and Telegraph Company, per-
mission to place telephone
cable under the streets in the
City at three intersections.
The company had asked for
permission to jack the cable
under the streets at Long
Avenue, between Fourth and
Fifth Streets; intersection of
First Street and Long Avenue
and at the intersection of
Third Street and Long Ave-
nue.
The utility presented detail-
ed maps of each installation
and said they would not cut the
paving at either crossing site.
The cables will be placed
under the paving with a
special jacking tool.
The only objection to the


tall Cable

bank at this point, a require- In other business, the Comrn
ment MTI objected to, claim- mission:
ing there may be damage MTI -Agreed to call for bids for
was not responsible for caus- construction of a pump houso
ing but which would require at the new City perpetual care
them to repair it. cemetery. The pump housi
would also house controls for 4
The Commission decided to sprinkler system at the ceme-
stand firm with the para- tery.
graph, particularly consider- -Approved of a variance
ing the low price of the lease for the Thompson Temple
charge. Church in Block 1008. .







The term "maraschino" in reference to cherries derives
from the liqueur distilled from the juice of the marasca -
cherry in which the fruit was originally preserved.


BILL FITE


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SI N UES



Guf County TCommission


The Board of County Com-
.. mission met .September 20,
1982 'in special session, with
S. proper notification to the
Stress with the following mem-
resent: Chairman Jim-
: .my 0. Gortman, Douglas C.
: Birmingham, Eldridge Mon-
ey, Clerk Jerry Gates, and
Attorney William J. Rish.
The meeting came to order
at 8:30 a.m.
S The attorney reported to the'
Board that he and Clerk Jerry
Gates had met in Tallahassee
on September 17, 1982, with
officials from the Department
of Revenue concerning the
Board's budget notice. He said
'the Department of Revenue
: would appreciate the Board
ruining a clarification ad.
showing the special fire dis-
trict tax moneys 'as being
lumped' with the other sales
tax moneys for enhancement
of'public services and not a
property tax reduction. He
stated that Clerk Jerry Gates
had consulted with the De
apartment of Revenue before
running the other ad and it nad
been run under their direction.
Coin: Birmingham then
*moved the- Board run a
clarification ad on September
23, 1982, in. The Star and the
Breeze for the benefit of all
parties. Comm. .Money sec-
onded the motion and it passed
.unanimously.
There being no further
.business, the meeting ad-


journed.
The Board of County Com-
mission of Gulf County,' Flori-
da, met this date in special
budget session, duly 'adver-
tised with the following mem-
bers present: William R.
Branch- Vice-Chairman,
Douglas C. Birmingham, and
Eldridge Money. Others pre-
sent were Attorney William J.
Rish, Clerk Jerry Gates, Dep-
uty Clerk Maurell Cunmbie,
and Bailiff Deputy Sheriff
Jack Davila.. .
The meeting came to order
at 7:00 p.m.
Comm. Money opened the
meeting with prayer and the
Clerk led the pledge of allegi-
ance' to the flag.
Vice Chairman William
Branch announced that the
purpose of this meeting was
for the final adoption of the
millage levy and 'the budget
for the Fiscal year October 1,
1982 through September 30,
1983 After public comment,
Comm. Money moved.that the
Board adopt the millage levy
resolution Number 82-26.
Comm. Birmingham'-seconided
the motion. After discussionn,
the motion passed by unani-
mous vote. *
After public comment,
Comm; Money moved, the
Board adopt the budget reso-
lution Number 82-27. Comm.
Birmingham seconded the
motion and it passed unani-


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TAX NOTICE
S.Notice is hereby given that the 1982 Certified Tax
SRoU has been delivered by the Property Appraiser to the
Tax Collector for collection. The 1982 Gulf County Tax
Roll will be open for collection beginning November 1,
1982.
Real and Personal Property Taxes levied by .the'.
following taxing authorities will be collected:
Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County School Board
City of Port St. Joe
City -dfWewahitchka
Northwest Florida Water Management District
Tupelo-Fire Control District
St. Joseph Fir.e Control District
Howard Creek Fire Control District
Overstreet Fire Control District
DISCOUNT SCHEDULE
4% Discount If Paid in November
3% Discount If Paid in December
2% Discount If Paid in January
1% Discount If Paid in February
Total Tax Due If Paid in March
Delinquent on April 1
The Tax Collector's office is located in the Gulf Coun-
ty Courthouse, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, Florida.
The mailing address is: 1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456.
EDA RUTH TAYLOR
Tax Collector
Gulf County, Florida
Telephone: 229.6116


mously,
There. being no further
business, this meeting, ad-
journed.
The Boarl of County Com-
mission.of Gulf County, Flori-
da, met September 28, 1982 in
regular session with the fol-
lowing members present:
* Jimmy 0. Gortman-Chair-
man, Douglas C. Birming-
ham, William R. Branch, and
Eldridge Money. Others pre-
sent were: Attorney William
J; Rish, Deputy Clerk George
Y. Core, Deputy Clerk Maurell
Cumbie, Road Superintendent
Bob Lester, Mosquito Control,
Director Doug Kent, and
Sheriff Ken Murphy.
Reverend James Pate,
White City Baptist Church,
op ned the meeting with pray-
er and Chairman Gortman led
the pledge of allegiance to the
flag.
The meeting came to order
at 7:00 pm.
Pursuant 'to public notice
bids were received, to pur-
chase one three point hitch
backhoe. Comm. Branch
moved the Board approve the'
Wewa Hardware Company
bid, provided it meets the bid
specifications, as it is the only,
complete bid received. Comm.
Birmingham seconded the.
motion and it. passed unani-
mously.
Pursuant to public notice to
receive bids on the County's'
insurance policies, bids were
received. Comm. Birming-
ham moved the Board hold
these bids until later in the-
meeting for study. Comm.'
Branch seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
After discussion of the possi-.
bility of extending present
coverage for thirty days, the,
Board tabled this bid for study
until the October 12th meet-
ing. The Chairman then re-
quested present insurance
carriers notify the Clerk if
their companies will grant the
County a thirty day coverage
extension.
Road Supt. Bob Lester re-
commended the Board .hire
Willa Sexton to work in the
Road Department bookkeep-
ing department two days per,
week as the Road Department
bookkeeper, Ed Schoepflin, is
retiring and can only work 2
days a week. Comm. Money
moved the Board approve this
recommendation. Comm
Branch seconded the motion,
adding the Board could not
give this employee any addi-
tional benefits tie- insurance,
vacation, sick-leave, etc. i and
that the total combined hours
both employees work each be
forty hours. The motion pas-,
sed with the following vote:
Yes: Comm. Money, Branch,
and Birmingham. No: Comm.
Gortman.
Sheila Mast, Apalachee Re-
gional Planning Council, dis-
cussed with the Board the
coordinated review process
for permit approval of the
Port St. Joe Port expansion.
Sheila Mast, Apalachee Re-
gional Planning Council, and
Comm. Branch, Board's me-
ber of Technical Review Com-
mittee, informed the Board
that the Technical Review
Committee had discussed in-
stalling an oil pipeline in Port
St. Joe for possible future
offshore drilling. The Chair.
man stated he might oppose
location of the oil rigs in
certain areas! After further
discussion, Comm. Branch
moved the Board write the
Governor of Florida a letter of
no opposition to the construc-
tion of an oil pipeline to Port
St. Joe for offshore drilling.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and it passed with the
following vote: Yes- Comm.
Money,. Birmingham, and
Branch. Comm. Gortman vot-
ed yes, stating he voted yes


upon Comm. Branch s recom-
mendation.
Sheila Mast, Apalachee Re-
gional Planning Council, dis-
cussed Housing Assistance
Block Grants with the Board.
Comm. Branch moved the
Planning Council administer
the block grants program if
the Board receives funding
from Department of Housing
and Urban Development.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously. ''
Sheila Mast, Apalachee Re-
gional Planning Council, pre-
sented the 1982-83 contract for
the Board's consideration.
Comm. Birmingham moved
the Board approve the budget
,amendment as requested by
the Sheriff. Comm., Money.
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously ..
Mosquito Control Director
Kent gave the following re-
commendation on bids re-
ceived September 14, for the'
construction of the Indian
Pass Boat Ramp: B&B Ma-
rine, $27,953.53. Comm. Bir-
mingham moved the Board
award the-bid to B&B Marine.
Comm, Branch seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously. Mr. Kent informed
the' Board that the Depart-
ment of Natural Resources
required an engineer to certify
the boat ramp construction
plans before granting a per-
mit. Mr. Kent then submitted
a proposal from Barrett.'
Daffin, and Carlan for certify-
ing the plans, in the amount of
$850.00. Comm Birmingham
said he would contact Barrett,
Daffin, and Carlan tomorrow
in an attempt to obtain a
better price Mr Kent report-
ed he had obtained all other
necessary construction per-
mits for this project.
The Board received an
unemployment compensation
notice filed by former Veter-
an's Service. Officer, Fred
Kleeb, Jr. After discussion,-
the Board agreed to contest
this claim on the grounds of
misconduct and agreed to file
for a hearing concerning this
matter.
Comm. Birmingham pre-
sented plans for constructing
the Beaches Fire Station.
Comm., Branch moved the
Board advertise to receive
bids on this project. Comm.
Birmingham seconded the
motion. Fire Chief Evan Wil-
liams reported on a recent
vandalism of Fire Depart-
ment equipment and said the
new building should help
alleviate this problem. He
requested bids be let as soon
as possible. The Attorney
reported that architect, Charl-
es A. Gaskin, may need from
four to six weeks to be
prepared for bidding. Comm.
Birmingham said he would
meet with Mr. Gaskin tomor-
row morning concerning ex- -
pediting the bidding process.
Upon vote the motion passed
unanimously.
Mrs. Pallas Gandy request-
ed the County improve the
road bed on Twentieth Street
between Garrison and Know-
les Avenue, in -Port St. Joe.
Comm. Birmingham :said he
had already turned in a work
order for this project. Comm.
Branch reported the -Board
had also received a letter from
the City of Port St. 'Joe
requesting theCountyassist in
maintenance of Twentieth
Street and that he had in-
structed the Road Superinten-
dent to contact Dot Haddan,
City of Port St. Joe, concern-
ing this matter and report
back to the Board.
Comm. Branch requested,
the Board write all doctors
and hospitals in the County
requesting their comments on
,a letter from the Marion
County Board of County Com-
mission concerning disband-
ing the Health Facilities and
Health Services Planning Act.
Upon Comm. Birmingham's
recommendation, the Board
agreed to have the .Florida
State Employemnt Service
review all job applications .
received for the Veteran's
Service Officer position, select
the persons that qualify for the
position, rank them, and make
a recommendation as to the
best applicant to the Board.
Mosquito Control Director


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Doug Kent recommended the
Board construct a transfer
ramp at the Buckhorn Landfill
site to help alleviate the
problem of people dumping
garbage on the landfill en-
trance road. The Board
agreed. The Attorney suggest-
ed that he. and Mr. Kent
contact the Department of
Environmental Regulation be-
fore any work is done, to let
them know that the Board
isn't changing their present
agreement with them.
Mr. Kent then presented a
lease from St. Joe Paper
Company for the Buckhorn
Transfer Trailer site. The
Board approved. The Board
also discussed landfills being
closed and the need for either
new landfill sites or a com-
pactor.
Comm. Money discussed
complaints he had 'received
concerning a public nuisance
at a business in Howards
Creek. The Sheriff reported he
was investigating each report.
After discussing,the funeral
leave policy of the Board,
Comm. Birmingham moved
the word "grandparents" be
added to paragraph 4, Section
6, of the County Personnel
Policy. Comm. Money second-
ed the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Comm. Birmingham report-
ed that Gulf Asphalt Company
had not completed paving of
the ditch -wings on Jackson
and Duval Street in Oak
Grove, which created prob-
lems for property owners and
the'. Road Department when
cleaning the culverts. Comm.
Branch said the Road Superin-
tendent would take care of this
problem. Comm. Birmingham
then said he would turn in a
work order to the Road
Superintendent tomorrow.
Comm. Birmingham pre-
sented an indigent hospital bill
to the Board. After discussion,
the Board instructed the Clerk
to write this person that the
Board of County Commission
has no funds to pay indigent
hospital bills.
Comm. Birmingham re-
quested a list of the property
owners whose- property is
located on the water side of
Highway 98 in Highland View.
George Core said he had
prepared this list and would
mail it to Comm. Birming-
ham.
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second iby
Comm. Money, and unani-
mous vote, the Board agreed
to accept a, ditch easement
from Gulf County Farms.
Comm. Branch reported
that Mrs. Jean Arnold had
requested the County's per-
mission to open streets adjoin-
ing her property in Beacon


1983 Fee


400.OO.


DUN LUCK DEE
AQHA Champion


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


Hill Subdivision. The Board
directed a letter be written to
Mrs. Arnold stating the Board
had no objection to Mrs.
Arnold constructing these
roads with the following condi-
tions: The roads are to be built
to the satisfaction of the Road
Superintendent at no cost to
the County, the right-of-way
must be fifty feet, and Mrs.
Arnold must coordinate this
construction with Road Super-
intendent Bob Lester and
Comm. Billy Branch.
Comm. Branch requested
Mosquito Control Director
Doug Kent check a ditch 'in
Port St. Joe, located between
Avenue A and Avenue D, to
see if it is a. mosquito control
breeding ditch and report
back to the Board on his
findings.
Comm. Branch reported
that Horace Travis of the
Department of Transportation
had informed him that money
was available to purchase
land in the north end of the
County and in the south end of
the County, for use as dirt pits
for both the County and
Department of Transporta-
tion: Comm. Branch request-
ed any Board members know-
ing of a possible site to notify
the Clerk so that he could
contact Department of Trans-
portation concerning this mat-
ter.
Comm. Branch, Chairman
of the Subdivision of Regula-
tion Committee; reported the
Committee had met Septem-
ber 9, another, meeting was
scheduled for October 7th and
the Committee would soon
have a recommendation for
the Board.
'Comm. Money requested
Mosquito Control Director
Kent ask the City of Port St.
Joe for their recommendation
on, lowering two drainage
pipes located on First Street in
Port St..Joe and report back.to
the Board.
Upon motion by Comm.
Branch, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,,
the Board directed the Clerk
distribute all Fire Control
District Funds as follows:
$3,100 each to the Highland
View Fire Department, White
City Fire Department, -and
Beaches Fire Department.
$1,000 to the City of Port St.
Joe Fire Department.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


In 1836 there was a surplus
in the United States Treasury
of over $28 million!


THURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1982


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PAGE SEVEN


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-PAGE EIGHT


Turnovers Give Win to



Bonifay Blue Devils


By WILLIE RAMSEY
Turnovers by the young Shark
offense paved the way to victory for the
Bonifay Blue Devils in Bonifay last
Friday night, as they blanked the
Sharks 13-0. Seven turn-overs, four by
pass interceptions and three from
fumbles, kept the Shark offense on the
wrong end of the field most of the night.
The Shark attack reached a low point
in the second period, when they
managed only eight offensive plays.
Four of these plays ended in turn-overs
with two pass interceptions and two
fumbles. Except for that fateful second
period, the Sharks gave a good account
of themselves against a tough Bonifay
team.
The Blue Devils scored their first
touchdown in the first period and
scored again in the last quarter of the
game to insure its victory. Their first
score came on their second possession
of the game; After fumbling the ball


The public is cordially in-
vited to attend a patriotic
.ceremony at Port St. ,Joe
:Jr.-Sr. High School on Novem-
ber 11 commemorating Veter-
.ians Day. The activities will
Dminmence at 8:30 a.m. in
front of the school in the
7 immediate vicinity of the
flagpole.
: Various groups and mem-
hers of the student body will
conduct activities which will
include a formal flag raising
ceremony followed by a brief
presentation of the meaning of
Veterans Day and its relation-
ship to American history. The


over to the Sharks on their first
possession, the Devils intercepted a
Shark pass on their own 48 yard line and
drove 52 yards for the score.
Their other score came with 5:49'
remaining in the game. After .a brilliant
goal line stand by the tough Shark
defense, the Blue Devils had fourth and
godl from the two yard line. The Sharks
forced a fumble and took over on their
own two yard line. Two plays later! they
returned the favor and fumbled the ball
back over to the Devils on the Shark 15
yard line. Six plays later, 'Bonifay
ended the scoring for the night taking
the ball in on a five yard plunge. The
point after attempt failed.
The pass seemed to be the only real
offensive tool for the Sharks as they
reeled off 153 yards in the air for the
evening.
Only twice during the game. did the
Sharks mount a real threat, both times
in the second half. Late in 'the third


quarter, the Sharks drove to the
Bonifay 25 yard line before the drive
faltered. -Again, late in the fourth
quarter, after a 45 yard pass play,
complete from quarterback Chris Butts
to Demetrie Thomas, the Sharks
worked their way down to the Bonifay
12 yard line. The Sharks still couldn't
make pay dirt, as their drive fell short.
TOMORROW NIGHT
Tomorrow night, the Sharks meet the
always tough, arch-rival Chipley Tigers
here in Port St. Joe for their
homecoming game. Game time is at
8:00 p.m.
THE YARDSTICK
PSJ Devils
First Downs 5 19
-Rushing yards 20 233
Passir.g yards 18-9-153 12-5-45
Interceptions 4 1
Punts 1-33 3-25
Fumbles 3-3 1-1i
Penalties 711/2 70


program will be concluded
with a medley of patriotic
music and songs by the band
and choral group.

CARD OF THANKS
Friends in Christ:
I want to thank each and
everyone for all their prayers,
concern, food, cards, flowers
and visits during my illness.
They meant more than you
will evr-r know to both Harold
and I. May God richly bless
each and everyone as He has
us.
Helen Quackenbush


HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD

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


10 00 A M
11-00A M
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700P M


Pastor Ira J. Nichols


HIGHLAND VIEW UNITED

METHODIST CHURCH

Corner 4th & Parker Ave.
Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .. 10:00 A


MORNING WORSHIP ..
EVENING WORSHIP
WEDNESDAY .


.. 1100A M
. .. ... . 6:00 P M .
7:30 Prayer Meetings


Josh Jenkins of the Port St. Joe Sharks intercepts a Blue Devil pass in Friday night's action
against Bonifay. -Star photo





Baker Doowns,



Wewa Gators, 40-6


The Baker Gators scored twice in the
first, second and fourth periods last
Friday night, to hand the Wewahitchka
Gators their fourth loss of the season.
The Gators, like their county counter-
parts to the south, the Sharks, are a
young team and are having their
problems this year.
* The Gators finally found the score-
board in the final quarter, putting their,
six points on the board with a four yard
Plunge by Luther Hand in a dive over
tackle..
Shawri Purvis scored first for Baker,
when he capped a .long drive with a
two-yard plunge up the middle. Later in
the same period, David Sanford tossed
a scoring strike to Ronald Middlebrook
for a 23-yard scoring play.
In the second period, Baker scored on
a Sanford to Glen Simmons 36-yard
scoring strike and Simmons hit Billy
Dubose with a 26-yard strike for the
second TD of the period.
The Gators put on a surge in the third


period, picking up most of their 156
yards rushing, but still couldn't put a
point on the scoreboard.
The Gators put their six points on the
board in the last, period, but Baker was
putting up 13 points in the same stanza
to ice down their 40-6 win.
The Gator's leaky offense gave uip
two fumbles lost in the game, which
didn't do them one bit of good.
FRIDAY'S GAME
Tomorrow night, the Gators will take
to the road and travel to Freeport. After
a disastrous middle of the season
record, the Gators hope to get back on
the winning track Friday.
THE YARDSTICK


First downs
Rushes, yards
Passing yards
Passes
Punts, avg.
Fumbles, lost
Penalties


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Permits for hunting privileges on more than 300,000 acres of Southwest
Forest Industries' woodlands in Florida and Alabama are now on sale. These
lands are managed to provide a quality hunting experience to the public.
Permit fees, which are used.to help defray the costs of establishing'and:
maintaining good wildlife populations, are $14. Persons 65 and older or 15 and
younger or who hold a valid state-issued disability hunting license may pur-
chase permits for $5.
Permits may be purchased in this area at the following:
Panama City: Brooks' I roc ., C & r Spto, Goods, Caswell & Sons
Spot. Goods, Earn,-ic All c.ports Center. & Youncs'town Exxon;
Apalachicola: TJ:.: Collctor's'Offic': 31Blountstown: Tucker's
Groc.; Kinard: Yon' r.-orc.; Uewalhitchka: Otis Bait & Tackle
Valid state hunting license reQuired. All applicable state laws and regulations apply:

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Rifle Club

Meets

Tonight
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold


its monthly meeting at 8:00
P.M., November 4, in the High
School Welding Shop. All
members are reminded to
turn in tickets or money for
the Gift Certificate to be given
away at the Rifle Range on
Saturday, Nov. 6 at 2 P.M.
All hunters are reminded to
check their rifles prior to
going hunting. One, two and
three hundred yard ranges are
available for this, purpose.


All-Star Flag

Football Game
The Port St. Joe-Wewahitch-'
ka Flag Football All Star
game will be held on Tuesday,
November 9, at the softball
field by the Centennial Build-
ing in Port St. Joe.
Game time is 4:30, EST. The
flag football teams are made
up of 4th, 5th, and 6th grade
students who have partici-
pated in flag football this
season.


Turn the children's powdered soft drink mix into a
"bubbly" by adding club soda instead of water.


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
22nd Street Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister
WORSHIP SERVICE ..............9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL ........ ....... 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
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Patriotic Ceremony Slated At

High School on November 11


SUNDAY SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP .
EVENING WORSHIP .
WEDNESDAY EVENING


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Messages by
DON JONES


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These Florida natives are
members of the 1982 Liv-
ingston University football
team, which was ranked
ninth in the nation in last
weeks NCAA Division II
Poll with a fine 6-1 record.
They are (front, L-r( RB
Kenneth Barnes (Panama
City, SS Gene Fields (Alta-
monte Springs), DE Jeff
Richards (Panama City),
OC Richard Snider (Lake-
land), and RB Rozell Jenk-
ins, Port St. Joe). On the
back (L-R) are DE Alfonso
Pace(Miami), WR Melvin


FCS Starts

Intramural

Program
The Junior High students of
Faith Christian School began
an interscholastic sports pro-
gram this week. The Faith
Christian Lions played the
team from" Rocky Bayou
Christian in Niceville in Flag
Football. They will play a
return game here on Tuesday,
November 9.
Faith Christian School will
expand its sports program to
include basketball, softball
and soccer. They will compete
with Christian schools in the.
North Florida-area of approxi-
mately the same size.

James Hanlon,

Places First
In Age Group
At the Third Annual Sunland
Fall Festival 5,000 Meter Run
held Saturday morning in
Marianna, James Hanlon
placed first in his age group
with a time of 17:55, 9th
over-all.
In the Fourth Annual Trick-
er Trek 10,000 Meter Run held
later in the day at Panama
City, Hanlon, after just com-
ing off a leg injury suffered
earlier, placed third in the
40-45 age group with a time of
39:27.


In Bulgaria it was believed that running three
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ties ,
PublicNotices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH legal holidays, at the Department of En-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF vironmental Regulation, Northwest
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY District Office, 160 Governmental Center,
CASE NO. 82-44 Pensacola, FL 32501.
IN RE: The Estate of It 1-4
OTI6 JEFFCOAT, JR., NOTICE OF APPLICATION
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION The Department of Environmental
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Regulation announces receipt of an ap-
De DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE plication for permit from Sylvachem Cor-
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN- poratlon to construct a Dow.therm heater
10l TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: loca ea in Gull County
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the. TIis apilalion is oerg iocssed
admInistationof the Estate of OTIS JEFF-. and s .3lianie for public insoeci.on our
COAT, JR., File Number 82-44, is pending Ing norTal ousines nouis 6 C0 B m to
in the' Circult Court for Gulf County; 5:00 pm ,Monaa, Inrougr, Friday except
Florida, Probate Division, the .address of legal holdas ai e De Cparltmen of En
S which Is Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. ironmentis Regul3lion Norinwesi
Joe, Florida 32456. The ,Personal, Dlsict Olice 160 Governme,,al Center.
Representative of the estate Is GLENDA Pesacoia FL 250 o n an
R JEFFCOATR.3,Box65-B-4, PortSt.Joe, P'cnu isning to comment on an,
0 Florda 32456. The name and address of aspect 0o l iS action are To suDmli In61r
the Personal Representative's attorney- commit nts in ingoiInaboeiaddress
are set forth below. within 30 days of this notice.
SAll personshaving claims or demands Date of Pubfication: November 4, 1982.
against the estate are required, WITHIN t 11.-4
12 THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF PUBLIC OTICE
THE FIRST 'PUBLICATION OF THIS PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE, to file with the Clerk of the NOTICE-IS HEREBYGIVEN that the
above Court a written statement of any C Board of Colrr,' C.mmisi-nls of Gulf
claim or demand they may have. Each County, Florida lli nola two Public
claim must be in writing and must In- .Hearings to consider the question of
SU dcale e Pasis .,n me clrr, Ine name closing, vacating, and discontinuing"' a
and uadCIssofi tecreailoror nisiagnl or portion of a public street, described, as
attorney ane in ,amourtI clalmer iI inf follows, towit:'
-cim i nor yet e the dale where, will The South 124w/ feel ot Huner Si
Decome due shall Da sia,.3 I ire claaim a 60 foot Wide street. as snow,'. on Ine
is contiqgent or unlhuiaTeda. the nature official SuDdvlsiorl plaio t OAK GROVE
of ,he uncertainly ,r,all be sla1d II the S D O A c d R
claim is secured ITe security shal be ST JOE FLORIDA eas recorded in 0l1
descr-bed Tne claimant snail deler uv 000K i Ioge 12, pu0t.ic records oi Gul
ilCle.-.l Coce .31 he ciaim o ne Clerk To Counit' Florida; Also descrbe a a
enaile ine Ceele to mail one i coy o Thatl art of said Hunter Sireet I i'ng
each Perscnal Recresenaltie between Lot 1, Bloc" 7 and Lol 2. BlocP
All pearsos ir.,re-led in me estate o 3 of S31 subdivision
*nonr a copV c.i in, Notice of Ad. Eacn puDlic rearinrg will be heid irIn the
ministraic, nas Peer.mallsaeare require. CouIt n Commissioners meelirg room a&
WITHIN THREE 131 MONTHS FROM THE ine Gull Countycourth'ouseo, o.Ina loilow
DArE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Ing adles 1st Hearing or. Noemoer 16
THIS NOTICE to file any oleclions he, 1982, at 6 00 o'clock P.M EST ana ine se
may., na.e ira challenge mne validity of cor, Healing 'on December 14 1962 at
Ine de.adenm s Will the qualliications of 9000 o clo,:k A.M. EST.
Ine Personal Representatlave or he venue Comments from any -i,',,iesleo parties
or jurlsdiclion ol the Courl egaralng This uestior. aitl DO welcome
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT BOARD ol COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED GuLF COmJNTY. FLORIDA
Dale ol mIne ait puohicatlo of ins By 151 Jimmy Gorlma,', cna,r'Tian
N OIeia of Adrrinisration Novemper 4 Attest I t Jerry Gales Clery
1982 11114
isiGLENDA JEFFCOAT. BID NUMBER 280
As Personal ReDresentalie of theBINUMBER 280
Estate o Otis jeillcoal Jir Deceased Tne City of Port St Joe. Florida. te
'.., ,- ...... .. ', aue.iH ; >C1.5 II.iDfln Hea.y Duil ConcLele
ROBERT M MOORE rIi,er SpciCIIic.ilo. ms. De oblainea
Ativrn6, lor Personal Reriiesentaivhe front. Ine Citi Cleir : Ollice P 0 Box A
P 0 Box 248 PotI St Joe. Florida Bid opening will Pa
SPoll St Joe, Florida 32456 held at Ine regular Citly Commission
904i 229 811 -.Meling november 16 1982
CITY OF PORT ST JOE
By is, L A Farris, City AualiortClerk
NOTICE OF APPLICATION 2111.4
Tre Department ol Envirormenlsi'
Chris Regulation announces receipts o an ap. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
urant, pihcaion Ifor permil fror. Dead Lales5 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
*nama Wafer Management DIutici Boara to Sealed ios ir, ]3upI,:e wi- m M De re-
ierrove lhe entire Dead L3B-; Dam Gull ceaverJ unlil Nov 9 1982 9 00 A M EST
Bank, Cou'r.l, o, he Gull Ccunt IB',aradol COu, ,Comrn
lcChKa Tniu applic:aion is being prc.-caesad mis ioners. Courlhouse P-,rl Si Joe,
and is avallaoie or DuDiic .nxpection dui Fic.loa al which time and place air bids
n normal Du.iness. n iour. R 800 AM to .11 r. r-.,,tlicl opened and read aloud


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FIRE STATION
GULF COUNTY BEACH
VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Tne Contractor sballifurnish all labor,
Material and equipment; end shall be
rsh,,,.-btlie for the entire completion of
this project. '
Plans,. specifications and contract
documents may be inspected at the of-
fice of the Architect, State Road 22,
Wewahitchka, Florida, and may be pro-
curred by General Contractors, upon a
deposit of $50.00 per set of plans and
specifications, of which the full amount
of the first set will be refunded to each
General Contractor who submits a bid.
Any additional sets will be refunded less
$25.00 for cost of reproduction. All docu-
ments must be returned In good condi-
. ion within ten (10) days after the date of
opening of bids.
Cashier's check, certified check, or bid
bond, for not less than 5% of the amount
of bid, must accompany each proposal.
Performance, labor and material bond,
and workman's compensation insurance
will be required of the successful bidder.
Right Is reserved to reject any or all pro-
posals and waive technicalities.
S'Np bidder may withdraw his bid for a
period of-thirty (30) days after date set for
opening.
Jimmy Gortman, Chairman,
Gulf County
Board of County Commissioners
Port St. Joe, Florida
Charles A. Gaskin, ARA
P. 0. Box 7
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
S.4t110-14


REVIVAL



LONG AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH


Music By
CHARLES BIGGS


(Nursery Provided)


Tyler (Fernandina Beach),
DT Joe Calloway (Apop-
ka), RB Derrick Hayden.
(Polk City), RB Doug
Kellom (Apopka), HG Tom
Illig (Zephyrhills), K Tom
Kay (Hudson) and CB
Kelly Kiner (Tampa). The
Tigers travel to Troy State
University this weekend.
(LU Photo by Al Mitchell)


ST.


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Gorgeous waterfront townhouse near
completion. All custom designed interior
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PORT ST. JOE
New Listing: 1610 Long Ave. 2 bdrm., 1
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yd. Storage shed. $34,000.
107 Hunter Circle. 3 bdrm., 1 ba. on Ig.
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S $33,000.
1306 Long Avenue 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
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LOTS
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payments. Call to see today. Complete
list in the office.


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, EAST HIGHWAY98 P.O. Bx 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
ESTATE SALES' BEACH RENTALS


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MEXICO BEACH
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porches. A'. real buy, call today' for.
appt. $26,000.00.
* Georgia-Ave., 2 bdrm., 1 'ba. trailer,. Ig.
screen porch, many extras, $29,000. "-

ST. JOE BEACH
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FURNISHED
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2 bdrm., $225, $250, $400 per month.
3 bdrm., $250. $350, $375 per month.
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round.
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Downy Fabric Softener.
Ivory Bar Soap .. .
Comet Cleanser ... ..2
Jim Dandy Dog Ration ..
Seneca Apple Juice ...


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25 Oz. 58
10 oz. 88
s$ 158
40 Oz. I

330 z.
4 bar 88*
+,, 88
14oz 7801
25 Lb. $65
64 Oz. $178


BULK RATE
U.S. POSTAGE
8.4' PAID
Permit No. 3
Wewahitchka, Fl.


Prices Effective Nov, 3-9, 1982


IGA Chicken Noodle Soup ....... .3
Betty Crocker Asst. Cake Mixes.....
Punch Detergent........... .,. .
IGA Macaroni & Cheese Dinners ... 3
IGA Solid Pak Tomatoes... . .2
IGA Tomato Sauce ...... 2.. .. .2
IGA Evaporated Milk....... ..... .2
IGA Pineapple Juice .... .. .. ...
IGA Fruit Cocktail. .
IGA Pear Halves. ... ... . .2
IGA Sliced or Crushed Pineapple ....


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FOR^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ GARAGEHHHI^BH^^^^^ SALES^^^^^^^^^^^^^^, FOR^^^^^*^^HH^^^ SALE^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


2 bdrm., 1 ba., liv. rm., din.
rm., den & kitchen on 2 lots,
213 8th St., Port St. Joe.
$27,500.00, owner financing.
Phone 1/900-244-5695. For,
showing call 229-8821. tfc 1-21
3 bdrm., 1 ba. house, low down
payment, owner financing.
Call Joe Davis, 227-1161, 8-5
p.m. tfe 10-28'
Lot on Coronado St., St.-Joe!
Beach, 3 blocks off beach.
High and dry. 648-5994. tfc 10-8
House for sale 2101 Long
Ave. Approx. 2100 sq. ft. under
roof, $55,000.00. $2,300 down,
approx. $569 per mo. VA, '
FHA, local or owner will
finance. Phone 229-8462.
tfc 10-7
75x715' lot on Marvin Ave .
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15


HOUSE FOR SALE
1302 Garrison Ave. 2'2
bdrm., I 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
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. t-
tfc 10-21
Two bedroom block house in
Wewa. Call 6484311 after 7:30
p.m. 8tp ll-4


Wanted: Young female
roommate capable of sharing
expenses in an apartment.
Call and ask for Terri, 229-8343
or 648-5617. ltp 11-4


Plant Sale: Nice house
plants, Areca palms, fig trees,
etc. Friday, Nov. 5th. Call
648-5894 or 648-5779, ask for
Orena.
SCiirly black six months old
puppy, looks like a Pull. Sell
for part of vet expense. Call
229-6945. Itp 11-
1981 14x56' Champion
mobile home, cent. air,
masonite siding, $300 down
and assume payments. Capl
229-6604. ltc11-4
Dual turntable w/ 2 quadra-
phonic speakers. Astria
preamp. Only $180. For more
info., call 229-6153. ltpl11-4
FREE: Cute, playful kit-.
tens, will deliver if needed.
Call229-8803. It 11-4
Beagles: 1 yr. old brown &
white. Registered parents.
Fine for :deer or rabbits. 3
females and one male, $0.00
each. Call 639-5379.
Motorcycle: 1974 Harley
Low Rider, $2000 or trade. Call
227-1774. ltc 11-4
,35 mm camera, Mamiya-
Sekor DTL 1000 with 1.4 lens
and carrying case. $50. Call
648-5688 after 5:00. tfc 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 b.p. Mercury
outboard motor with power
trim; 1977 Tandem axle
trailer. Call 229-6787.


It's Coming November 13
everything you need for
HOLIDAY FARE
Save the day for
St. Joseph's
Catholic Church


Yard Sale: Saturday, corner
of Santa Anna & Alabama St.,'
St. Joe Beach. 8-5. Cancelled if
raining.
Garage Sale: Fri. and Sat,,
Nov. 5th & 6th, 8-3, 525 8th St.
3 Family Yard Sale: Sat.,
Nov. 7, 8:30 until. 1908 Cypress
Ave. Children's items, toys
and much more.
Large Porch Sale: Sat.,
Nov. 6 (rain or shine). 730 1st
St., Port St. Joe. 9 am. until.,
Furniture, clothes, odds &
ends.
3 Family Yard Sale:
Clothes, toys, books, ceramics
and lots more, Sat., 9 till 2. 518
8th Street.
Rummage Sale: Week of
Nov. 18, from 9 to 5. Flea
Market Bulding, Reid Ave.
Sponsored by the Art Guild.
All proceeds go to Activity
Center for Retarded Adults.
Garage Sale: Sat., Nov. 6, 9
a.m. until. 100 DuPont (across
from hospital). No early sales.
Gigantic Porch Sale: St. Joe
Beach, Sat., Nov. 6, from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Corner of,
Alabama and Santa Anna.
Misc. items, clothing, ladies
sizes 10-24%.


The V.F.W. Post 10069, John
C. Gainous holds its meeting
every second Tuesday and the
fourth Thursday at Motel St.
Joeat7:30p.m. : tfcll-4
The Board ; of Commis-
sioners of the .Highland View
Water Department will have
its month meeting the first
Tuesday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Water Plant.
tfc ll-4
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


There will be a regular co
munication of Port St. J
LodgeNo. lil,.F.&A.M.'Eve
"first and' third Thursday
8:00p.m.
B. F. NUNNERY, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of t
V.F.W. meets the seco
Tuesday and the fourth Thu
day of each month at 7:30 p.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.


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EXICO BEACH. New Listing: 2 story, 3
Irm., 2 ba. downstairs just completed.
pstair screened porch, spiral stairway.
ce location with trees on 26th St.


EXICO BEACH. Beautiful furnished
designer, decorator 3 bdrm., 2 ba. chalet
tilt home on 70'x100' -landscaped lot.
arpeted, cent. vacuum system,
Dishwasher, microwave, trash compactor,
&d, cen. h&a. Good terms. Florida Ave:,
between 3rd and 4th.

* RENTALS
* SALES
* MINI WAREHOUSE STORAGE

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


OUTSIDEI
FLORIDA


MEXICO BEACH. Circle Dr. 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
brick home w garage; just 3 yrs. old. Fine
furniture, all appliances including stove,
refrig., dishwasher, upright freezer, washer,
dryer. Cent. h&a, ceiling fans, fireplace.


MEXICO BEACH. Almost new stone & cedar
3 bdrm., 2 ba. home on 110'x110' lot, stone
fireplace, sky lights, dining nook w bay win-
dow, lovely wooded lot, single car garage,
vorkshop, Arizona Dr.



* 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 1 mobile
home space. Call 648-8398.
tfc 10-7
Efficiency apartment at
Mexico Beach. Call 648-5659.
tfc 10-28
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
SKI BREEZE
.Camping, campers for rent,'
day, week or month. On the
Gulf, beach .or wooded site..
Bill and Renee Schlickman.,
Res. 2296105.
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:
2 bedroom dwelling for rent
in Highland View. Call
2294-8941. i1tp 11-4
Available soon: Commer-
cial building on Reid Ave. For'
more information clal 229-6374
after 5 p.m. tfc 11-4

HELP ANTE3


The Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association is accept-
ing applications for the pos-
tion of Chore Worker. As a
minimum, applicants, should
possess a high school diploma
or equivalency, good health
and a reliable means of trans-
portation.
This is a part time position
(20 hours/week). Applications
may be obtained at the Senior
Citizen Office, Ave. D at
Peters St. in Port St. Joe. The
deadline for receiving applica-
tions is November 15, 1982.
2tc 11-4


1974 Ford Courier pick-up
truck, am/fm 8-track, good
cond. 648-5016, after 7:00,
648-5264. .2tp 11-4
1979 Mercury Capri.RS, ex-
cel. cond. 23,000 miles, 2.6L
V-6 'engine, power steering,
power brakes. a/c; auto.
trans., am/fm stereo, plus
addt'l extras. Asking $5,150.
Call 229-8146.' 2tc 1-4
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


'AWANTED


Wanted: Used fold-up high
chair in good condition. Cann
Denna at 229-8424 or 229-343.
Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
229-6254. tfc
Rabbits and cats both wash
their faces with their paws,
but a rabbit uses both paws.
at once, and the cat: only
uses one paw at a time.




For Complete Cleahout of
,Your Pest Problems Call
BEACH PEST CONTROL
Panama City, Florida
$20 Initial cleanout
$12 monthly service'
Call Collect & Ask for Jan
234-3236


Wll. do babysitting in my
home. Will take drop-ins after
school. Call 227-1487. 2tc 10-28


HEATH T.V. REPAIR
Color specialists
Call 227-1782
If no answer call
229-6201
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Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tfc 4-16


NOW OPEN

ANN'S PLACE of
CAKES, CRAFTS, FRAMES, PAINTINGS
& ART SUPPLIES .
Magellan Street St. Joe Beach Phone 648-5248
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New Listing: 520 Third St. Excellent
location. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. chain link
fence, work.' shop/stor. house, im.-
maculate inside and outside. $20,500.
Terms can be arranged with ,owner.

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

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


Lg. frame dwelling with lots of porch
on 85'x130' lot, 1 V2 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.


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts. ,G
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F,S
S 9:00-12:00 Wed.
SHALLOW WELLS
2294380 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 229-803
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


LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM'
Carpet Upholstery
Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 2294482 or 2296447
tfc11-4

AVON To Buy or Sell
Call Mrs. L. Z. Henderson
Group Sales Leader
227-1281
tfc8-26


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance.
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899f 1
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.

under C.P.A. audit.
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Moved to 220 Reid Ave.
(Next to Boyles)
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Phone 229-8536
WAUNETA'S
Bookkeeping Service
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hohman
Owner AssisLanL
25tp7-15


Dried & Silk Arrangements
SDish Gardens & Plants
Novelty & Gift Items '.

OPEN 9-5 MONDAY- SATURDAY
Rachel Towle, Owner c -




The Sewing Room
o 410A Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida O/7o
'." ,Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"




TAFLINGER PAINTING
(Interidr 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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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
904/2294235
Walls,. woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
Psychological Services for*
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)

St. Joseph Bay
Construct o -
Residentl ti \I
CommercriL




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


Church Supplies
Music Records Tapes
Rubber Stamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Glfts Bibles
Sound Studio Recording
Service
7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES
U5 Hunter St., Oak Grove .
Port St. Joe, Fla.
227-1325



ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLENF. COMBS
227-1689

P.O. BX3456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE \


and saves you about $100 yearly
In costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY C04
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida


For Sale by Owner 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
Call 9041968-5464, Pensacola tic 9-30


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


1313 Long Avenue Phone 229-6374

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


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


Mexico Beach, Fla.


406 7th Street


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

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

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


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Congressman

Don Fuqua

Reports


As this column is written the
results of the Nov. 2 election are
unknown; the voter's have not
even gone to the polls.
Obviously, I cannot com-
ment on the outcome.
It is, however, appropriate
to comment in a timely way on
the meaning of the election
itself.
Our election process is cen-
tral to our concept of self-
government with elected of
-icials being held accountable to
the people on a periodic basis.
The U.S. House of
Representatives, in .which I
serve,-and the Florida House of
Representatives where I served
two terms, have the most -fre-
quent elections of any offices in
-the state coming as they do
every, two years.
That frequency is written in.
to 'he national and state con-
: stitutioris to assure. that', the
House" of Representatives -re-
mains as close as possible tn the
people, reflecting their current
moods, needs, and desires
Most other state offices and
the presidency are elected in
four year cycles and rhe US
Senate is elected in staggered
cycles of six years. '.
I have-always been comfor-
table with the idea of returning
-to those wbo. I represent every
S two years for what I consider a
referendum on my service. '.
I was sincerely. comr:
plimened when the Tallahassee
Democrat wrote that "I "ge-.
nuinely try to keep in touch with
constituents and feel truly at
ease with a Congressman's
obligation to stand for re-
election every two years."
I feel deeply that such ac-
countability is the bedrock on
Which our nation is built.


In a nation as diverse as
ours, with' conflicting points of
view and frequently contentious
philosophies, the people remain
the ultimate arbiters and we
trust our future to their collec
tive wisdom in free elections for
all major offices.
The openness and universal
nature of our freedom to par-
ticipate in shaping our govern-
ment and its policies never fails
to inspire me, even when I face
a severe contest for re-election.
Regardless of the deeply-'
held convictions which may
divide voters when faced with
a choice of candidates, we are
blessed.with a system in which
all have an opportunity to make
their feelings known and where
the majority will prevails.;
No .better system could
possibly be devised.
.* "_
The recent rash of tamper-
ings with .non prescription
medicine, which h has rsultEd rinr
several deaths. is an outrage
against our people and I hope
the appropriate law enforce.
ment agencies quickly identity
and successfully prosecute the
animals who caused it.
.Meantime, I plan to keep a
close watch on Food and Drug
Administration's attempts to
draft new regulations
guaranteeing tamper-proof
pacKa-ies for non prescription
nmedir.nies
One. of the government's
'basic reasons'for existence is to -
"protect the public safety and.
assuring the public that the-
medicines i1 buys are free from,
poisonous contamination is cer-
lainly an obligation which we.
cannot ignore


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1982


EXTENSION NOTES:



Mini Gardens


Getting More Popular


BY ROY LEE CARTER


There are a growing num-
ber of Floridians who live in
apartments, condominiums
and mobile home parks where
there is little or no backyard to
be had. Just because you don't
have a lot of room, doesn't
mean you can't grow vege-
tables. In fact, the vegetable
gardener who gets emotional-
ly involved with a strawberry
barrel or half-a-dozen tomato
plants probably has more fun
than anybody else., My infor-
mation for this article was.
provided by Extension Vege-


Monday, November 8
Fish, buttered broccoli,
French fries, cornbread, and
milk '
Tuesday, November 9 ,
Spaghetti with meat -sauce,


Run out of paper coffee
filters? Cut a paper towel
to the right size.


Count) Extension Director


table Specialist Jim Stephens
of the University of Florida.
In addition to being an
enjoyable activity, mini-
gardening can be practical
and ornamental containers
can fit almost anywhere in the0
landscape, along walks, and
drives, on patios, porches and
balconies, .and even on roof
tops.
Depending on .the crop you
plan, to grow, there's practi-
cally no limit to the kinds of
containers you can'use. Old
pans, milk jugs, hollow ce-


tossed salad, green beans,
roll, and, milk.
Wednesday, November 10
Country fried steak, mashed
potatoes; carrot-raisin salad,
ro!1, and milk. -.
:Thursday, November 11
Chicken and .rice, turnips,
peaches, cornbread, and milk
Friday November 12
Hoagie burger, potato salad,
broccoli, pineapple cake, and
milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.


ment blocks, bushel baskets,
trash cans, barrels, drums
and even plastic bags have all
been used. Just be sure this
container will hold the soil in
and let excess water drain out.
Quite a number of vegetable.
crops are well suited to
mini-gardening. Tomatoes,
strawberries, bushbeans, let-
tuce and herbs are among the
favorites.
Once you have .a container
and have decided what to
grow, it's time to think about
medium.. You can plant in
ordinary garden -soil or a
prepared, mix. But with a
container garden you can also
consider soil substitutes,
things like sawdust or wood
shavings. Remember that if
you plant in a light-weight soil
substitute it will be easier to
move 'the container if neces-
sary. .
, A gbod choice is a growth
medium made of one bushel of
vermiculite, a bushel of peat
moss, one-and-a quarter cups
of Dolomite and a cup of 8-8-8
fertilizer with trace elements.
all mixed thoroughly You
could also use a bushel of peat, .
cow manure or well-decom-
posed compost Either \a.\
you need the Dolomite and
fertilizer. "
Fertilizing and,. to some
extent watering will be a little
different from what you may
be used to in a back yard
garden. The more porous
growth media, such as sand or
gravel, dry out rapidly and
don't hold nutrients very long.
Using this kind of medium


you'll need to water and
fertilize often. Normally the
container must be drenched
with a nutrient solution once
nr twice a day.
The growth medium mix-
tures mentioned earlier have
plenty of organic matter and
include some fertilizers so
they don't need extra fertilizer
as often, every week or two
should do it. You can drench
with a soluble fertilizer or
spread common dry garden.
fertilizer on the soil surface
and water it thoroughly into
the root zone. .Just don't apply
too much or you may cause
fertilizer burn. Either way,
follow label directions for
container grown vegetables


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Area Hunt Permits


Still Available
Northwest Florida hunters will no longer issue duplica
planning to hunt one of the permits if the original is lc
state's Wildlife Management or misplaced.
Areas the first nine, days. of ... .,. ...
hunting season may still ob- dUa-
Slain quota permits for several 56 Gradl at
areas in the Panhandle.
Quota permits are available FH P T Cl ss
for the Apalachicola. Robert LIass
Brent, Edward Ball, Black-
- water and Point Washington The Florida Highway Pair
W.M.A.'s, said Major T. L. will graduate 56 members
Garrison, Regional Manager its 66th recruit class in cer
for the Game and Fresh Water monies at the Christian Hei
Fish Commission. tage Church in Tallahassee
Garrison said that the re- 2:00 P.M., Friday, Novemb
mining quota permits would 5, Acting Patrol Direct
: be issued from the GFC's Roger C Collar announce
Panama City office beginning this week.
Monday, November 1. The Executive' Director Robe
permits %ill be issued from A Butterworth of the Depa
8: 8:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. either by ment of Highway Safety ai
phone or in person. Motor Vehicles will deliver t]
S Hunters must have a Wild- commencement address
life Management Area stamp Class President Larry De.
to obtain a permit and may- Candeto will respond on beha
call 1-800-342-1676, toll-free. of the class
The GFC limits the number
of hunters on all W.M.A.'s the The ceremonieswill clim
first nine days of hunting a twelve-week period of thrai
season to prevent overcrowd- ing at the Florida Fighwa
ing and stretch the kill over Patrol Training Acaden
Sthe entire hunting season. where the recruits have spe
Garrison said for the first 561.5 hours of intensive tra
time hunters, unable to hunt, ing in the classroom preparir
may transfer their quota for their duties.
permits to other hunters. Graduating from Apalac1
However, the Commission cola 'is J. F. Silva, Jr.:


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Age: 43 Annual Contnbution S2.UUU
Retirement Value: $230,510,

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Age: 35 Annual Contnbution. $1,500
Retirement Value: $472,820,,...'


Age: 36 Annual Contribution: $1500
Retirement Value: $417,862.


Age: 55 Annual Contribution: $2,000
Retirement Value: $41,130.


Ages: 27 Annual Contribution: $3,000
combined Retiremrrent Value: $2,512,081.


Age: 25 Annual Contribution: $2,000
Retirement Value: $2,133,699:


Not every IRA cuts your taxes


while compounding interest daily. Ours does.


Daily compounding of interest makes Florida National's IRA
your best buy. When you open an IRA with us, your interest is
compounded every day--not annually or quarterly-so you earn
appreciably more for your retirement. -
Plus, deduct your annual contribution from your taxable
income, saving substantially on your tax return.
It doesn't take a lot to make a lot. Small regular deposits
c'n add up to a big retirement fund. As little as $100 a
year, depending on your age, can grow into tens of thousands
by retirement.


Fixed or Variable Rate. Lock in today's high yields with
the fixed rate or move with changing yields by selecting variable.
The choice is yours.
Free NOW Plus Checking to anyone opening an IRA for
$1,000 or more (free regular checking with a $500 deposit) is
another great reason to come to Florida National. Your IRA is in-
sured by the FDIC and there's no service charge or fee.
Open an IRA with us today. You'll cut your taxes, earn interest
that is compounded daily and get free checking too. It's
- the sure way to make the most out of your IRA and your future.


Great State. Great People. Great Bank.
Florida National Bank 504 Monument Avenue Port St. Joe, Floride 32456 (904) 229-8282/
Auto Bank Highway 98, Port St. Joe Beach, Florida 32456. (904) 648-5896


Substantial interest and tax penalties for early withdrawal. Retirement values are estimates based on an interest rate of 12% (based on W2 year maturities per year compounded daily) upon
retirement at age 65. Minimum deposit S25. Maximum deposit $2,000 per wage earner ($2,250 if spouse is unemployed.) c 1082, Florida National Banks of Flonda, Inc. Members FDIC..


D N I E LS SERVICE COMPANY
Phone 229-8416 Port St. Joe, Fla.


COSTING INSURANCE


AGENCY, INC.


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All Forms of Insurance
* Homeowners Auto Flood
Business Packages Group
Hospitalization Life Boats
Pulpwood & Logging
Mobile Homes

322 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe Phone 229-8899


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S- Shark Stadium


PORT ST. JOE vs. CHIPLEY TIGERS


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


Varsity Schedule


Sept. 10
Sept. 1:7
Sept. 24
Oct. 1
Oct. 8
Oct. 15
Oct. 22
Oct."29
Nov. 5
Nov. 12
Nov. 19


Walton High .....
Havana .........
Wewahitchka ....
Apalachicola ....
Marianna .......
Blountstown .....

Bonifay .........
Chipley . .
W akulla .........
Florida High .....


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


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


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

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

BADCOCK
Home Furnishings Center
201 ReId Avenue Phone 229-6195

C. E. BASIC
We Back The Sharks "

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

BOYLES
Shoes for the Family
Clothing for Ladies & Children

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


Buzzett's
Your Rexall Store
317 Williams Ave


Drug Store
Plenty of Free Parking
Phone 229-8771


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


Highland View Pawn Shop
Phone 227-1627


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

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

Costin Insurance
Your Independent Agent
Call 229 8899

COSTIN'S
Quality at Savings Phone 229-8716

Danley Furniture Co.
The Greatest Place On Worth

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

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

Driesbach's Cleaners
Pick-Up and Delivery

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

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

Gilmore Funeral Home
Digniied, Prolessional Service
Port St. Joe 229-8111 Wewa 639-5602


Hedy's Florist
Flowers for Every Occasion

Hannon Insurance
and Real.Estate 227.1133

Highland View Motors
603 Hwy 98 at Highland View

K&D TV & Sound
Your RADIO SHACK Dealer

Miller Agency, Inc.
Cnevron Products Phone 229-8081

Pate's Service Center
Firesrone & Michelin Tires 227-1291

Pauline's
Specializing In Homemade Desserts
and Noon Butler

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

Raffield Retail Market
Phone 229-6877

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

Renfro Auto Parts
Phone 229-6013


Roche Furniture
209 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1730

SAVEWAY
We Specialize In Iowa Corn Fed Beef'
and Fresh-As Possible Produce

SEARS
LEON POLLOCK. Authorized Catalog
Sales Mercnani

St. Joe Auto Parts
NAPA Phone 229-8222

St. Joe Drugs
Call 227-1723 for Prescription Needs

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

St. Joe Hardware
Whirlpool Appliances Phone 229-8028

St. Joe Motor Co.
Phone 227-1336
St. Joe Natural Gas
Gas Is Naturally Better Phone 229-8831

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

SUB SHOP N
Come By For,A Snack Phone 227-1323


Terry's Fried Chicken
Call 229-6263 for Fast Service .
Before and After the Game ..

Thames Jewelers
Watches Diamonds Gifts
for All Occasions

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

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