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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 11, 1982
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR


USPS 5184880


Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11,.1982


FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 11


Firemen pour water on the still smouldering Roche completely destroyed the building and its contents.


In Florida


20$ Per Copy


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Firemen are silhouetted against the light of the blaze the Westein Auto building. --Star photos


Lur, Company building Monday morning. The. fire. before dawn Monday, as they fight the fire fromnthe roof of



MrnigFireDe..RcheFurniture ui
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An early morning fire Monday completely destroyed one
of the area's largest furniture stores, causing damages
estimated at $250,000 and possibly more.
W. C. Roche, founder of the store, said the firm had been
in business.here in Port St. Joe since February 16, 1936, and
after having been located in at least four other places, had


been in its present location on Reid Avenue since 1940.
Roche said he originally built the building in 1940, which
then housed three separate retail operations on Reid Avenue.
In 1961. the three buildings were extensively renovated,
making one large building with a modern facade, which has
housed the firm since that time. The Roche firm,' which


formerly dealt mainly in electric appliances, 'is the state's
oldest Frigidaire appliance dealer.
Fire was discovered' in the building when night
policeman, Durwood Smith saw a flourescent light sparking
and spitting fire. David Roche, who now actively manages
the business and the fire department were called. Roche
arrived at about the same time as the fire department and
attempted to put the fire out 'ith a fire extinguisher, 'but it
was blazing between the ceiling and roof of the building and
was more than the extinguisher could handle.
Due to its head start in the ceiling of the building,


firemen were unable to curb the fire and, had to concentrate
their efforts at keeping it from spreading to the two adjoining
buildings.
The adjoining wall between Roche's and St. Joe
Furniture Company was cracked and damaged by the heat,
endangering the second furniture store and damaging it to
the point where the wall will have to be replaced, according
to Wayne Taylor, manager of the St. Joe Furniture firm.
Taylor could not ascertain damage to his stock but felt it was
light.
(Continued on Page 8):


Let Camp Stay


County Petitions n Behalf of Owners


The Gulf County Commis-
sion unanimously petitioned
the State Department of Nat-
ural Resources Tuesday, to
"Grandfather" in the existing
camps on the state's property
on the Apalachicola and Bro-
thers Rivers, creating a mor-
atorium on any future building
of camps.
The DNR put out a notice
two weeks ago that they would
require those now owning
camps on recently purchased
state lands to remove them
within six months. Some of (he
camps had been on .the river
banks for years and were used
by the owners to spend time on


the river fishing and hunting.
DNR says they can not
allow the practice of maintain-'
ing the river camps to contin-
ue. They say it is their.
practice to require squatters
and people leasing property
purchased by the 'state to
move off the property once it
is purchased.
The Gulf County Commis-
sion officially requested this
practice be deviated from in
action Tuesda,y. The Commis-
sion feels it has a good chance
of having DNR to allow the
camps to remain.
Only time will tell.,


SEALEY NAMED
As promised two weeks ago,
the County Commission nam-
ed its new Veterans Service
Officer Tuesday, naming Port
St. Joe resident, James Sealey
to the post at a salary of
$11,000 per year. /
Sealey, a retired Navy vet-
eran, is scheduled to go to
work Monday morning on a.
six month probational period.
The Board expressed a desire
to meet with Sealey within just
a short time and come to an
agreement about what policy
should be followed in the
office. Commissioner Branch
said,. "We should do this


before we get into habits in the
office which will be hard to
break".
Sealey was chosen from'
three finalists for the job;,
Sealey, Bobby Middleton and
William Wilder.
WEWA FIRE TRUCK
Wewahitchka City Commis-
sioner, Ray Dickens appealed-
to the Commission to presents,
the City of Wewahitchka with.
money collected from the,
Tupelo Fire Control District so:
the city' can make its annual:
payment on a new $42,460 fire"
truck purchased last. year.:
(Continued on Page 8)


last Friday night. Selected from a field of 11 candidates,
Q ueen K elly Johnson Miss.Johnson will reign as Homecoming Queen at all
high school functions until next year, when her successor
Miss Gaynell Stephens, last year's Homnecoming will be chosen.
Queen, places the crown on a radiant Kelly Johnson in Miss Johnson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy
halftime ceremonies in Port St. Joe's football stadium M. Johnson of 1317 Long Avenue. --Star'photo


Bid Accepted


For Beach F. D.


Adam Chumaker Contruc-
tion Company of Panama City
was given the go-ahead with
construction of a new combi-
nation fire station and com-
munity building for the Bea-
ches area Tuesday, after
nearly nine months of making
plans for the multi-purpose
building.
Spearheaded by the Beach-
es Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment, the 75 X 90 building will
be a metal type building, built
to house the Beaches fire
fighting apparatus and con-
tairis a meeting room which
can double as a .community
building' for the vicinity in
which it is to be located.
Chumaker's successful bid
of $88,852 was accepted the
board as the best of four
received, which ranged up to
$102,817.-
The firm must begin con-
struction of the building within
a 10 day period and has 120
working days to finish it.
Damages of $50.000 will be
assessed by the county for all


MTI Unloads First Load of Coal
Material Transfer, Incorporated started up its coal operation in action.
loading operation on Monday of this week, as they started MTI officials say the plant plans to attract o
building up a coal stock-pile for the Seminole Electric handling contracts other than the one with Seminole
Company of Palatka. Two giant barges, built especially for which will create a need for expansion of the
the coal transporting operation here, were pulled into operation.
position Sunday and unloading started Monday by the two
huge unloading cranes shown in action in the picture.


other coal
Electric,- .'
unloading


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over the 120 building days
allowed.-
CEILING FANS
The Commission received
four bids from three different
firms to supply and install
ceiling fans in the various
rooms of the Courthouse Tues-
day. Due to the variation of
brands offered and prices
quoted, .the Commission tqok
the bids under study before
making a final decision in the
matter.
One firm, Fan Fair of
Panama "City entered a bid
which wasn't considered be-
cause they said they could not
bid on installation.
The four bids received in-
cluded two from Daniell Ser-
vice Company to furnish 74
fans and install Hunter brand
fans for $19,950; Dantell to
furnish and install Oasis fans,
$14,476; Pinch Penny of Pan-
ama City, Ocean brand fans,
$10,410 and ICR Electric Com-
pany of Wewahitchka, Casa-
blanca brand fans for $13,350.


rurnit


Gates Put Back


Into Position

'The draw down gates for the Dead Lakes were
scheduled to be placed back into position yesterday on
orders from Circuit Judge Larry Bodiford.
The gates were removed last year from the south
end of the lakes to allow the water to flow freely through
a structure designed and built to regulate the level of the
water in the popular fishing place.
Even before they were removed, the gates and the
Dead Lakes dam itself have been the center of
controversy as a group of Panama City people who own
land on the shores of the .lakes have gone to court to
prevent the newly-appointed Dead Lakes Water
Management board from lowering the lakes for the
purpose of fighting noxious water weeds or for any other
reason-
Meanwhile, the Dead Lakes committee has
petitioned state agencies for permission to remove all or
part of the dam at the end of the lakes.
In court action earlier this fall, the Dead Lakes
committee agreed to replace three of the four gates
pending receipt of an answer to their petition to the state
agencies. The committee asked the Gulf County
Commission to replace the gates .for them but this has
not been done as yet.
Thursday of last week, Judge Bodiford told the
committee to get the gates back in by Wednesday of this
week.
In the County Commission meeting Tuesday, road
department commissioner, Billy Branch said, "They'll
be there".


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Editorials


and Opinions


PAGI


THE STAR
E TWO THURSDAY, NOV. 11. 1982


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The Department of Natural
Resources has officially served
notice to people who have camps on
what is now state land on the
Apalachicola River, to remove their
camps within a six-month period.
To us and probably to those
who have the offending camps on the
river this seems a little harsh.
True, the DNR is giving a six month
notice, but what is a six month notice
in-moving a house? What is a six
month notice when it is moving a
house out. of a swamp without a
road?
Why should those who have
camps have to move them at all?
Many of the camps in the affected
areas have been there for years. The
river still flows, the trees still bud
Out in the spring and the floods still
come, washing over the swamps,
picking up nutrients along the way.1
-'There are still oysters coming
out of Apalachicola Bay and there
is still wildlife in the swamps and
fish in the rivers.
.... It would seem a more reason-
able and less traumatic thing to do
just to place a moratorium on any
further camps on the river. If the
IDNR has a thing about camps on
sitte lands, they would be more
popular and have better care taken
bTof their lands' if they tried to
cooperate with those who enjoy, the
river and its recreation capabilities.
What will the DNR do when
someone comes along and pitches a
tirit on the river bank during hunting'
Season? Will they make the tent


There seems to be no end to our
problems which keep cropping up.
Solve one problem and another or
t*o takes its place.
: One of those which seems to
remain, seems to be the problem of
.what to with the Dead Lakes dam
M' ad drawdown system.
E One problem has been taken
f'pom us; Gulf County people will no
U6nger have that decision to make.
With the appointment of a majority
Ei the Dead Lakes management
~bard from Calhoun County and a
court case instigated and kept going
.y Bay County people, Gulf County
r'ems to be doomed to the position of
jist standing by and, seeing what
other people will do with OUR Dead
takes.
We don't like this situation one
gttle bit. Whatever happens to the
IJakes, we feel it should be a Gulf
County, decision which is followed.
Since the Lakes most affect Gulf
County, we hardly see how we can
Jiave our wishes paramount with


pitcher move his tent? If they do and
go to the obvious extreme of
keeping hunters off the property and
fishermen off the river they will
have more trouble with the local
people than they take care of. As it
now stands, those Who have camps
on, the river and use the area for
their recreation, look out for the
property and its environs. If some-
one abuses the river or swamps,
they are quick to blow the whistle on
the offender. If they can't use the
property, it won't make much
difference to them whether someone
abuses it or not. That may not be a'
proper attitude, but it is reality.
People from around here were
favorable to DNR purchasing the
river property. If the agency contin-
ues with its restrictive measures,
they will find any purchases or
cooperation in the future hard to
come by. They will find roadblocks
placed in their every step by local
people, regardless of their intentions
in the future.
The people of Gulf County still
remember the DNR chasing the
hikers, the boaters and the beach
drivers off the Peninsula when they
gained ownership of that piece of
property. The thought was that DNR
had purchased the property to make
it a public recreation area, rather
than keep people off the property.
DNR could use a little good PR
here in Gulf County and allowing the
status quo of the river camps to
remain so would be a good way to
get it.


Bay and Calhoun interests in charge
of the situation.
We can just see the smoke which
would arise from the west of us
should Gulf County attempt to
interfere in the manipulation of Deer
Point Lake and Dam. The first thing
we would hear is for us to mind our
own business and go back home.
We don't really know how we got
in this position, but we think a
reasonable approach to the problem
would be for the County Commission
to get involved at least to the point of
once again gaining control over the
future of the Lakes.
We repeat, whatever happens to
the Lakes, it should be a Gulf County
decision. We're afraid what we think
or want will hardly make a ripple in
what is sure to be much more
litigation and manipulation of the
Lakes in the future.
It's sad, too. We think we could
have done a creditable job with the
future of the Lakes if it were left up
to us as it should have been.


Back some years ago it was
fashionable to give a child a
"whipping." By whipping I
mean that the father or
mother would take a belt or
switch and, holding the child
by the left or right arm,
according to their preference,
would proceed to "tan his
fanny!"
A child was usually a boy or
girl between the ages of three
years and eighteen. A whip-
ping was usually applied for
talking back in a disrespectful
manner, not doing one's
chores, smoking or drinking,
slipping out of church during a
stand-up hymn, or staying at
the swimming hole past milk-
ing time.
Whipping was at its peak of
acceptance when I was a boy.
With a brood of ten children
my mother didn't have time to
sit down and explain why we
had to do certain things. We
were told twice and if that
didn't get results, she let the.
persimmon switch do the
talking. When Mr. Persimmon



Letters
to the
Editor



Do Away With
Hallowe'en
The Star,
Wesley Ramsey, Publisher
Dear Wesley:
I am writing this letter to
expose all the fallacies of
Hallowe'en. This thing that
has developed down through
the centuries is nothing more
than pure -"witchcraf". God
says it comes from "wordly
wisdom and is earthly, sen-
sual, devilish and descends
not from above".
Christians should not parti-
cipate in this deceiving work
of the "Angel of Light" nor let
their children do so. We should
not even celebrate this day at
all. It does not honor Jesus.
God is speaking to his people
now across America and
warning them of all Satan's
different ways of deception.
Nothing about this Hallo-
we'en business is holy. It is of
witches, goblins and gross
characteristic of the demons
of hell and great imaginations
of mankind. Which is fleshly
and devilish.
If Christians live worldly
lives they are subject to
their Master Satan and he
hands out death. We cannot
serve two masters.
Please publish this, it may
help someone.
Sincerely yours,
Martha White


talked, we listened!
My Father was a quiet, hard
working man. In addition to
his job with the L&N Railroad,
he farmed ten acres at our
homeland helped with another
120 acres at Grandmother's..
Needless to say, he stayed
busy "from daylight till
dark". It was understood and
generally accepted that we
work with him. Mama and Mr.
Persimmon saw to that.
Daddy was not real emotion-
al. It seemed he could not
bring himself to give one of us
a whipping. His belief, how-
ever, did not lessen his
thoughts as to the results of a
"fanny-tannin". He would
send us to Mama and let her
do the whipping.
It was on a Saturday, as I
remember, and Mama had
gone to town. My next oldest
brother and I were helping
Daddy in the field. Daddy was
busting out the middles of the
rows (of peas, I think) while.
my brother and I were hoeing
the weeds from around the
plants. It was one of those.
mid-summer days and it was
hot! -
I was hoeing right along,
thinking about swimming in
Carpenter's Creek, when all of


a sudden something hit me,
with a resounding "THUD",
right in the middle of the
back! It was a dirt clod and
my brother had thrown it. I
reached down and selected a
big, dry hard one and was
about to send it sailing when,
Daddy said, "Don't you do it,


Boy!" I dropped the clod close -
by and resumed hoeing. "You
boys stop the playing around
and get to work," he said as he
'continued down tlie row be-
hind the horse.
He was no more than fifty
yards away when I let it fly.
What a shot! It caught my
brother on the right leg just
above the knee. He hollered
like he had been stuck with a
branding iron! The clod fight
was on!
We didn't notice Daddy until
he said "WHOA" to the horse.
By then it was too late. We
froze and the next sound we
heard was the sound of Daddy
pulling, the plowline through


the ring that holds it to the-
horse-collar. He unhooked it
from the bridle and folded it in
about four foot circles and
grabbed my brother. He was
nearest to him.
I can still hear that plowline
whistling through the hot air
as Daddy "dusted" my bro-
ther's pants. It was much
more audible when he turned
him loose and grabbed me.
And it hurt a lot more, too!.
It was one of those unforget-
able days for my brother and
I. We did some fast hoeing and
slow talking after that.
That was the only time my
Daddy ever whipped me. He
never had cause to after that.


GCCC Classes 1y T 1 *
In Port St. Joe Mayor Pate Proclaims


Registration for all class
of Gulf Coast Commun
College Spring Semester V
will be Thursday, Januar
at 6:30 p.m., at the Port St.
Elementary School.
Courses offered will
Monday, MAC 1104, Coll
Algebra; Tuesday, CHM 1
Introductory Chemistry; W
nesday, ENC 1102, Freshm
English 11, and PSY 2
General Psychology;
Thursday. E'UH 1101, West
Civilization.
For more informati
please contact Beverly Ric
Port St. Joe High School.

Turkey Shoot
The Mexico Beach Vol
teer Fire Dept. will hold
Turkey Shoot on Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach Service Cen
NoV. 13 and 14 from 12 p.m
4 p.m.
Everyone is welcome
participate in this event.


sses
nity
1983
y 6,


or


Week Citing Education


Mayor Frank Pate signed a Proclamation
early this week, proclaiming November 14
be: through 20 as American Education Week in
ege Port St. Joe.
020, National Education Week calls attention
Ved- to the importance of the school system in the
nan scheme of things and encourages parents and
102, other citizens to become more acquainted
and with their school's activities by paying them a
ern visit duking this'special week.'1
In Port St. Joe, the Gulf County School
system invites parents and other interested
on, persons to have lunch at one of the schools
h at with the students. Just a short phone call to
the school office will set up an appointment
for your luncheon visit. The Gulf County
Classroom Teachers' Association is promot-
t ing activities designed to better acquaint
lun- people with their schools.
d a The Proclamation which Mayor Frank,
at Pate signed, said:
ter, + + +
. to WHEREAS. The schools represent the
best efforts of the community, the state, and
to the nation to improve the quality of life; and
WHEREAS, Defining the schools' goals


Hunter's Safety Class Offered T


Mrs. Pat Blasheum, 2111
Palm Blvd., Port St. Joe, was
the winner of the $300 Gift
Certificate given away by the
Gun Club on Saturday, No-
vember 6. The Club wishes to
thank all who purchased tick-
ets. The proceeds will go to the
Building Fund at the Range.


The Club will sponsor a
State Hunters Safety Class
beginning on Thursday even-
ing, November 11, at the
Welding Shop classroom, Port
St. Joe High School. The
course consists of 12 hours
class room, safe gun handling,


first aid, game
and other subje
to the hunter, w
on the range to
arrow, muzzle 1
rifle, and 20 ga
clay targets. Ul
completion of t
student is awar


and evaluating their results are the
responsibilities of an informed and involved
citizenry; and
WHEREAS, There is a widespread
need for better communication and more
cooperative relationships between profes-
sional educators and the community,
Now, Therefore, I; Frank Pate, Mayor
'of, the City of Port St.-Joe, Florida, do g
,,hereby designate November 14-November ^
20, 1982, to be American Education Week
and. to urge all citizens to-
'-Reaffirm their commitment to im-
proving education on all levels, and
-Translate. that commitment into
action by visiting local schools.
FRANK PATE, Mayor.
City of Port St. Joe, Fla.
+++ :
Shown in the picture as Mayor Pate
signed the proclamation is the local CTA
committee charged with promoting Ameri-
can Education Week in Port St. Joe, They are,
left to right: Charles Osborne, Rita Sanders,
Alice. Machen, Judy Williams and High
Smith. -Star photo


'his Evening
rules, survival tion. This is good in any state
ects important for the purchase of a license.
with four hours All Federally managed hunt-
shoot bow and ing areas require this certifi-
oading, .22 cal cation. There is no cost to the
uge shotgun at
pon successful student. The State supplies all
he course, the guns and ammo. Starting time
led a certifica- for the course Will be 7:30 p.m.


Drop of Po

IT SEEMS LIKE somebody is
putting something that doesn't belong
.into almost everything.
As a result, the government (bless
'.n6m) has come up with another crash
program to come up with a pilfer-proof
.top for those things which have been the
:fiaget of the kooks which are running
"around among us.
:'1 Doesn't it scare you that there are
pople roaming around out there,
hearing the cloak of respectability, just
Waiting for an opportunity to slip a little
poison into some everyday substance
which people take or eat: indiscrimin-
h ie murder and maiming. This same
basket case isn't above placing a piece
of razor blade in a kid's candy just for
Skicks.
's The scary thing about it is that he
eight be that stranger you brushed as
t u passed on the sidewalk a few hours
* ago. You might have missed injury or
: pth simply because you didn't look
Bite right to the one placing the poison.
: We're seemingly not immune from
ft prospect of getting a taste of poison
nim anything we ingest. The people
i ewig this tragedy have hit Tylenol,


ison Placed In A Bottle of Castor Oil Would Never be Noticed


Anacin, Excedrin, Visine, fruit punch,
mouthwash, candy bars you name
it. Given the opportunity in the right
place, someone is going to slip
something into it.


I remember castor oil. That used to
be Momma's favorite remedy. It didn't
matter that the doctor didn't use it.'
What does a mere doctor know about
these things, anyway?


less good.
I HATE TO TELL you this, living in
Florida and all, but castor oil ruined me
for drinking orange juice for years. I


ETAIN.SHRDLU
ETAOIN SHRDLU


WHAT I CAN'T understand is why
riobody has found any of these foreign
elements in castor oil?
Do you remember castor oil?
I do, and not so fondly, either.
,I believe if someone slipped a
foreign substance, be it poison, bitter,
acid; or whatever if it were placed in
castor.oil, you would never notice it.


By: Wesley R. Ramsey


If you had a cold, it was a sure case
for castor oil. Momma thought castor
oil was made for colds, or vice versa.
I've had to take it cold (and taste it for a'
week); hot, so it would slip down easy,
and adulterated with something else,
supposedly to make it taste better. I've
told you, you wouldn't notice a piece of
poison in a dose of castor oil: likewise,
you couldn't plade anything in it which
would make it taste even better, much


wouldn't touch the stuff, because it
reminded me of castor oil.
One of Momma's favorite remedies
was to catch me helpless in the bed,
sick with the belly-ache, a cold, a runny
nose, a stubbed toe, a skinned elbow or
a case of warts. She would get down a
king-size water glass, fill it half full of
castor oil and the rest of the way with
orange juice. I was expected to drink


this concoction.
Even though the penalty for not
drinking it like it was good was tough
stuff, drinking the orange juice laced
with castor oil was even worse.
For years, every time I would think
of orange juice, I would think of castor
oil. Orange juice may be delicious -
especially Florida orange juice but if
it reminds you of castor oil, it had just
as well be California orange juice. I still
couldn't get it down..
+++ .
ONE OF LIFE'S big mysteries to
me when I was a kid small enough to be
the victim to a castor oil dispensing
mother, was why she ever resorted to
the stuff anyhow. Momma had an uncle
who lived just a block away who was a
country doctor. He could have provided
something better than castor oil and it
would have had to be more pleasant to
take, whatever it was. Still, we went the
castor oil route.
I envied the kids who had to take
calomel, Black Draught, Syrup Pepsin
or other favorite remedies of. the day,


while I was stuck with castor oil.
-t- + +

ONE OF THE things I swore I
would never do when I reached
adult-hood was to never, never ... no,
never, take another spoonful of castor
oil so long as I lived. It would make no
difference how sick I got, the castor oil
would remain in the bottle and I would
die with a good taste in my mouth if that
was the alternative to a dose of castor
oil.
Another thing I swore I would never
do was to give a dose of castor oil to one
of my children. I have kept that
promise.

IN ALL LIKELIHOOD I am not
alone in this enmity I have for castor
oil. Others have probably suffered
through the torture of having to take
that stuff when they were kids. I don't
believe anyone would take such a vile
tasting tonic voluntarily.
That's why I say, if someone was to
place poison, drugs, razor blades, pins
or whatever in castor oil, the world
would never know it.


Tides
High and low tides for St.
Joseph's Bay for the upcom-
ing week are shown in the tide
table below, furnished by the
U. S. Weather Bureau in Apa-
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VFW PreSents Citation
Veterans of Foreign Wars, John C. Gainous, Post 10069,
presented an award of citation to members of the Gulf
'County School Board this week in appreciation, for their
service and counseling in the acquisition of a surplus building


for the VFW to use as a post home. In the photo above,
standing, left to right, William R. Schlickman, Commander
of the post, presents the award to School Board chairman
Waylon Graham, along with Mrs. Roy Robinson of the VFW
.Auxiliary and George S. Coody of the post. Seated, left to
right are: Ted Whitfield, Gene Raffield,. Superintendent
Walter Wilder and Paul Sewell. --Statphoto


Parade Today To Honor Veterans
Starts At 10 A.M. On Reid '__ _


The Veterans of Foreign
Wars, John C. Gainous Post
10069, Port St. Joe will be,
sponsoring a Veterans Day
Parade 'beginning at 10:00
a.m., Thursday, November 11.
Following the. parade, a-
monument willbe dedicated to
the six Vietnam veterans from


Gulf County who lost their
lives in the Vietnam War. This
dedication ceremony will be-
gin at 11:00 a.m., in front of.
City Hall.
Residents of Gulf County
are encouraged to attend both
the parade, and the dedication
of the memorial.


Family
Film Series
Monday
The Gulf County Guidance
\ Clinic and the Port St. Joe
Ministerial Association will
sponsor a film entitled "Pre-
paring for Adolescence: Peer
Pressure and Sexuality" on
November 15 at 7:30 p.m. in
the Port St. Joe Elementary
School Auditorium. This is the
fifth film in the "Focus on the
Family" film series featuring
family expert, James C. Dob-
son, Ph.D.
In "Preparing for Adoles-
cence: Peer Pressure and
Sexuality" Dr. Dobson discus-
ses the "feeling of inferiority"
, that adolescents experience as
they commonly "feel un-
loved." He further expresses
his views on adolescent deci-
sions about conformity and
sexulaity. This film is pre-
pared in a manner which
makes it especially suitable
for parents and teenagers to
view together. Parents can
also gain information on re-
lating to their preadolescent
or adolescent children.
The general public is en-
couraged to. attend this im-
portant film series. The films
are presented free of charge.
Further information about the
films 'can be obtained by
calling the Gulf County Guid-
ance Clinic at 227-1145. ;The,
next film in the series will be
November 22 at 7:30 p.m. at
the; Port St. Joe Elementary
School.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1982


Methodists Set 'ProclamThe Word Revival'


today as Veterans Day in Port St. Joe while William
Schlickman, Commander of the VFW post looks on. The text
of the Proclamation read:
Of all the important days we celebrate during the year,
few are more worthy of special observance than Veterans
Day.
Citizens of our Community, State and' Nation live in
freedom today because of- the contributions and sacrifices
made by the men and women who served in the armed forces
when our freedom was challenged.
Today, more than a million Florida veterans continue
their dedication to the highest ideals of Americanism to
strengthen -the fortress of our prized national freedom.
We can never repay our debt to our Veterans, for it is
beyond any tangible price, but we can show our gratitude for
their exemplary deeds.
THEREFORE, I, Frank Pate, Jr., Mayor of the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, State of Florida, do hereby declare
Thursday, November 11, 1982, as VETERANS DAY in Port
-"St. Joe and urge all citizens to remember and be thankful for
Florida's veterans, servicemen and servicewomen for the
devotion they have shown their community, state and nation.
FRANK PATE, JR., Mayor
City of Port St. Joe, Florida


PROCLAMATION
Mayor Frank Pate signs a proclamation, designating


A "'Proclaim the Word Re-
vival'' series will begin Sun-
day at the First, United,
Methodist Church here in Port
St. Joe and continue through
Wednesday evening.
Guest speaker for the series
of meetings will be Rev. Jean
Spikes, evangelist. Rev.
Spikes is the first female
pastor to be ordained in the
Northwest Florida-South Ala-
bama conference of the United
Metohdist Church. She is a
distant relative of the pastor
of the local church, Rev.,
Jimmie Spikes.
Rev. Spikes said services
will be held at 11 and 7 p.m.,
Sunday and at 7 a.m., and 7
p.m., Monday through Wed-
nesday through he week.
Spikes says an invitation is
offered for everyone to attend
any or all of the planned
services.


REV. JEAN SPIKES
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the top of the mountain,
but the view is always the
same." Chinese Proverl.


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THE STAR, Poit' t. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1982


'anet Leavins and.


iViau Exchange Voi

^i Janet Lynn Leavins and bridal hat trimmed with a pire
finothy Patrick Viau were design of seed pearls and love
imited in marriage in a finished in back with a finger- fabr
Sjndlelight ceremony Friday, tip veil of illusion, carr
R..tober 29 at 5:30 in the To complete her bridal brid
iternoon at the home of Mr. ensemble the bride carried a with
U .d Mrs. Danny Fisher in cascade of white roses and ribb
nifay. The Reverend James orchids interspersed with gyp- stre
S. e.Call, pastor of the First sophila, and lily of the valley. honor
biptist Church in, Bonifay The bridal bouquet was Ac
Spformed the double-ring, caught with white 'satin his
I*temony. streamers adorned with lily of in-la
The bride is the daughter of the valley, age,
S" M. and Mrs. Hozell Leavins Mrs. Danny Fisher, matron mini
if'Port St. Joe. of honor,; adorned her sister's mar
t: The bridegroom is the son of side in a two piece formal groo
Ps. Violet Sarasin of Port- length gown of ribbonnit in and
age, Indiana. aubergine. The-gathered em- theii
Two spiral candelabras and
W. varigated floral arrange-
: ent of lavender, mauve and
white mums, gladiolas and
fisies formed the back-
Sgriund for the ceremony. Two *
1 5 ge Boston ferns flanked the
.W s of the fireplace which
tirined the altar.
2.Traditional prenuptial mu-
": selections were pre-
retorded by Mrs. Carol Bag-
gett of Bonifay who also
Accompanied the vocalists,
. ; isses Joni and Jana MeFat-
r of Bonifay who sang "What
a:Difference You've Made in
oly Life", "Surely the Pres-
eice of the Lord is in This
Oace", "Endless Love" and
a3Ve've Only Just Begun".
:The bride, given in marri-
fge by her father, wore a
f -mal length gown of white
sroile and exquisite imported
nise lace. A lower torso,
led entirely with tiers of
vide lace, controlled the full-
ress of the voile skirt. Tiers of -
lice also formed the short
s*eves enhancing the sheer-
Iss of the neckline. A slight
vde lace joined a flounce of
vile and lace encircling the -
in voile skirt and chapel
Slegth train.
-The bride also wore a
r embroidered chantilly lace MR. AND MRS.


Tim


ws


bodice was topped by a
ly short jacket of the same
ic. The bride's sister
tied a cascade of white
al tea roses interspersed
mauve and burgandy
ons. The white satin
amers completed the
or attendent's bouquet.
:companing the groom as
best man was his brother-
aw, Tom Nelson, of Port-
Indiana. Following the
sister's pronouncement of
riage, the bride and
om greeted both mothers
received embraces from
r honor attendants. During


The United Methodist Wo-
men of the Marianna District
will hold a Leadership De-
velopment Workshop for 1983
local officers at the Blounts-
town United Methodist
Church, Blountstown, Satfir-
day, November 13.
Local units are urged to
encourage the 1983 officers to
attend this workshop. Much
valuable information will be
furnished to enable the new
officers to serv6 more effici-
ently in the ensuing year.


Party Honors New Arrival


b
r


h
Little Miss Amy Michelle Newsome, with
her mother and father, Teresa and Blayne M
Newsome, were honored with a shower in the
First Baptist Church Social Hall on Novem- F

Lt. Col. Greer To

Address Local DAR


iLt. Col. William E. Greer
(RET.) United States Army
will address St. Joseph Bay
Chapter DAR at the regular
noon meeting Wednesday,
November 17 at the Garden
Center. His subject, "'The
Continental Army for God and
Country- Its Organization
and Training", carries out the,
National Society's theme for
this year, "To, foster true
patriotism and love of coun-
try."
' Col. Greer describes himself
as an ,"amateur historian".


VIAU


this time, the vocalists sang
"There is Love".
Mrs. Leavins chose for her
daughter's wedding a street
length dress of champagne
silk. The pleated bodice was
met at the waist with a
matching satin ribbon which
tied to form the belt. Her
corsage was a white orchid.
The bridegroom's mother,
Mrs. Sarasin, was attired in a
street length dress of printed
silk chiffon. The pleated skirt
was emphasized at the waist.


with a matching ribbon belt.
She was also adorned with a
white orchid.
After the ceremony the
bride's parents entertained
with a reception in the Fisher
home. Guests were registered
by Mrs. Cindy Oliver, cousin
of the bride. The registry
table, covered with a sheer
white cloth held the bride's
book, and two lavender roses
in a silver and crystal vase.
SThe bride's table was cover-
ed with a sheer white cloth
edged in lace. A three tiered,
wedding 'cake cenood the-
table. The traditional wedding
bells topped the cake. On each
side of the cake were several
tall white tapers in silver
candelabras. Lavendar heart
mints and nuts were served in
silver compotes. Serving the
bride's cake were Mrs. Bever-
ly Shirah and Miss Beth
Pollock. The groom's cake,
adorned with a wind'surfer,
was served' lby Mrs. Darlene
Nelson,. sister of the groom,
and Mrs. Linda Holland, cou-
sin of the bride. The hors
d'oeuvres and punch table was
identical to the bride's table.
On the table were silver trays
filled with assorted hors
d'oeuvres. A pair of bisque.
love birds complimented the
table and were centered in
front of the punch bowl
containing a fresh fruit ring
and lavendar fruit punch.
Miss Anne Leavins, cousin of
the bride served the punch;
Coffee and an assortment of
sandwiches were served by
Mrs. Evelene Andrews, the
bride's aunt. Souvenirs of the:
occasion .were placed on a
table overlaid with a white
lace cloth, adorned with a
dozen varigated roses. The
bride's neices, Holly and Kelly.
Fisher, presented each guest
with a rice bay from a basket
with ribbon streamers.
The wedding and reception
were under the direction of
Mrs. Bobby Helms of Bonifay.
For her wedding trip to
Cancun, Mexico the bride
/ chose a two piece beige-brown
crepe de chine dress with
matching jacket. Her attire
.was complemented with a
golden throated orchid.
Following their honeymoon,
the couple will reside in Port
St. Joe where the bridegroom
is employed by the St. Joe
Paper Company.

On Thursday night, October
28, the groom's family enter-
tained the wedding party with
a dinner at the Fisher's home.
Assisting in the hospitality
were the bride's parents.
Pre-nuptial parties included
a bridal shower hosted by
Mrs.. Elwyn Blount, Mrs.
Marvin Cross, Mrs., Barney
McCroan, Mrs. Ed Frank
McFarland; Mrs. Paul Pres-
nell, Mrs. Hosie Owens, Mrs.
Al Smith, Mrs. Wayne Taylor,
and Mrs. Walter Wilder at the
First Baptist Church on Octo-
ber 2nd.
A luncheon was given by the
St. Joe Paper Company Pur-
chasing Department at Gulf
Sands Restaurant on October
22nd.


Registration will begin at
9:00 A.M., CST. Those attend-
ing should bring a sack
lunch- sandwiches, cookies,
etc. Beverage will be furnish-
ed by the host unit.
The Marianna District is
comprised of seventy-one
churches and thirty-three
United Methodist Women loc-
al units in the counties of
Walton, Holmes, Washington,
Bay, Calhoun, Gulf and Jack-
son Counties.


er 4.
A clown theme was carried out in the
efreshments and decorations of the social
all.
Hostesses for this special occasion were
Irs. Sidney Anchors, Mrs. Don Ashcraft,
Irs. Jim Belin, Mrs. Gerald Lewter'and Mrs.
Paul Pierce.


His work is published n,
various historical journals.
History of the American Revo-
lution- its organization,
equipment and uniforms is his
speciality. He is a designer
and painter of military fi-
gures.
.Col. Greer and his wife, a
member of St. Joseph Bay
Chapter, have lived at Mag-
nolia Bluff on the Apalachi-
cola River since his retire-
ment from the Army some
years ago.
Mmes. Charles Smith,
Thomas Owens, L. W. Wells,
and J. B. Roberts are hostes-
ses for the luncheon meeting
served by Garden Club mem-
bers.


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Joey and Debra Price Neal
wish to announce the birth of
their son, Kevin Lee, born
November 2, 11:20 a.m. at
Gulf Coast Community Hos-
pital, weighing 10 lbs. 13% ozs.
,Proud grandparents are
Troy and Betty Gay of Port St.
Joe, and George and Geneva
Culpepper of Heflin, Louisi-
ana. Great grandparents. are
'Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Kirk-
land, also of Port St. Joe.


CASEY 0. WHITE
Casey Is Three
Casey 0. White, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Perky White
celebrated her third birthday
Saturday, November 6.
Helping her celebrate this
special occasion were all her
close relatives.
Casey is the granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John White,
and Hershel L. Harrison of
Chandler, Oklahoma. She is
the great granddaughter of
Mrs. Ollie M. Harrison of
Davison, Michigan.,
NOTE OF THANKS
The Port St. Joe High School
Junior Class wishes to thank
the following people for all
their help in making our first
plaice float possible:
Renfro 'Auto, Parts, The
Decorator Den, St. Joseph
Telephone and Telegraph
Company, and Mr. Gregg
Burch. '.
Ya'll are TERRIFIC!


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Maddox and Cecil Loring Davis, Jr.


Eva Margaret Maddox and'
Cecil Loring Davis, Jr. were
united in marriage in the Long
Avenue Baptist Church on-
Saturday, October 23. The
candelight double ring cere-
mony was performed by Re-
verend Mark 0. Wilbanks of
Tallahassee.
Parents of the bride are Mr.
and Mrs. David Benjamin
Maddox. The groom's parents
are Reverend and Mrs. Cecil
Loring Davis, Sr., of Grace-
ville.
The bride's maternal grand-
mother is Mrs. L. ,B. Duke of
Bainbridge, Georgia. Her pa-
ternal grandmother is Mrs.
Fred Maddox of Port St. Joe.
Maternal grandmother of
the groom is Mrs. Fred Murff
of Greenwood, South Carolina
and Mrs. Hugh Davis of
Graceville is the paternal
grandmother.
Given in marriage by her
parents, the bride was escort-
ed to the altar by her father to
Purcell's "Trumpet Volun-
tary". Her gown was designed
of candlelight organza with a
Queen Anine neckline accented
by long fitted sleeves of
French Chantilly lace. The


pearl beaded bodice featured
an empire waist with a softly
flared skirt flowing to a
scalloped hemline edged with
matching lace that formed a
chapel length train. The fin-
gertip veil was attached to a
pearl beaded lace Juliet cap
with French Chantilly lace
surrounding the edges. She
carried a cascading silk bou-
quet of ivory gladiouas inter-
spersed with apple blossoms,
gypsophilia, English ivy and
picou ribbons nestled on a
white Bible.:
Classical selections of the
couple's chosen nuptial music
were provided by Mrs. Ted
Corley, organist, of Lakeland
and Mrs. Hal Bennett, pianist,
of Graceville.
Ushering guests into the
sanctuary were the bride's
brothers, "David and Donald
Maddox of Lafayette, Louisi-
ana. They also served as taper
lighters..
Serving as matron of honor
was Charlotte Pierce, sister of
the bride. Bridesmaids includ-
ed Mrs. Fran Allen Owens of
Lake Charles, Louisiana;
Miss Patricia Henders of
Birmingham, Alabama, Miss


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Charlotte Davis of Columbus,
Ohio; and Miss Debbie Fowler
of Port St. -Joe. They wore
identical gowns of shell taffeta
and carried matching silk
bouquets of alsteria. maria
lillies, gypsophilia and green-
ery.
The groom chose his bro-
ther, Murff Davis 'of HatLies-
burg, Mississippi, as best
man. Other groomsmen were
John Davis of Jackson, Missis-
sippi, Marshal Davis of Atlan-
ta, Georgia, Lamar Polston of
Tallahassee, and Wendell Car-
michael of Chipley. The
groom, groomsmen and
ushers were attired in. dark
gray tuxedos.
The wedding vows were


After a wedding trip to
Virginia, the couple are resid-
ing in Tallahassee. Mrs. Davis.
is employed by the Attorney
General's office, and Mr,
Davis is engaged in his law
practice.
Out of town guests for the
wedding include: Mr. and
Mrs. Hank Cothran, Mrs. Jan
Cain and Christa, Bruce May,
Miss Linda Gilbert, Mr. and
Mrs. Steve Williams, Mrs.
Cathy Boyett, Miss Georgia
Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
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te Stilwell, Bryon Daniel, Dr.
and Mrs. Ramsey Tremble,
Chip Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Borger, Miss Lynn Duke,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cassells,


Gulf County
School

Menu
Monday, November 15
Barbecue beef with bun,
orange juice, buttered corn,
cookies, and milk.
Tuesday, November 16
Fish, fruit mix, French
fries, hush puppies, and milk.
Wednesday, November 17 ,
Meat loaf, sliced tomatoes,
lima beans, rolls, rice and
gravy, and milk.
Thursday, November 18
Hot dog, fruit jello, early
peas, cake, and milk.
Friday, November 19
Turkey with dressing, fruit
salad,, green beans, rolls,
cranberry sauce, and milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.


arrangements were made by
Mrs. Wesley Ramsey and
Mrs. Cecil Harrison.
A Coffee was hosted by Mrs.
Neil Arnold in. her home on
September 18. Co-hostesses
were Mrs. Billy Barlow, Mrs.
Williston Chason, Mrs. John
Core, Mrs. Cecil Costin, Sr.,
Mrs. E. T. Ford, Mrs. Cecil
Harrison, Mrs. Phillip Lewis,
Mrs. Robert McKiernan, Mrs.
C. W., Roberts, Mrs. 'Keith
Ward, and Mrs. Fred Witten.
On Thursday, September 1,
a party hosted by Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Cassels was held at
their home in Tallahassee.
A' Dessert Party given. by
the Faculty, of Baptist Bible
Institute, Graceville, was held
in the home of Mrs. Hal
Bennett on Friday, October 1.
Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Sanders
and Mrs. Wayne Braxton
hosted a Tea at the Sanders
home in Chipley on October 2.
Co-hostesses were Mrs. Joe
Garcia, Mrs. Glen Watford
and Mrs. Jeff Williams.
A Dinner Party, hosted by
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hollings-
worth of Tallahassee, was
held on Tuesday, October 5.
Mrs. Frank Pate hosted the
bridesmaid's luncheon at the
Gulf Sands Restaurant, St. Joe
Beach, on October 23.
On November 6 at the Bird
Cage of Rheinauers, Tallahas-
see, a luncheon was hosted by
Mrs. L. L. Copenhaver, Tavia
Copenhaver, Mrs. Ashley
Costin, and Leslie Costin.


Mrs. 'Cecil Loring Davis, Jr.


exchanged before a back-
ground of simplicity created
with ivory tapers, brass and
greenery. Reverend Cecil L.
Davis, Sr., father of the groom
began the ceremony with
prayer. After the vows were
pledged, Mr. Leon, Cassels,
soloist, sang "The Lord's
Prayer" accompanied by
Mrs. Lyn Corley.
Following the wedding, the
parents of the bride hosted a
reception in their home. Focal
points were accented through-
out the party rooms with
lovely roses grown by Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest. Hendricks' of
Mexico Beach' and arranged
by Mrs. Ethel Bridges. The
reception area extended to the
Back lawn with tables of hors
d'oeuvers, dainty sandwiches,
punch and coffee.
Mrs. Pam Parker Lawrence
greeted and registered the
guests. The. bride's cake, a
creation by Mrs. John Sealey,
was served by. Miss Tavia
Copenhaver and Mrs. .Joni
Grace Gilbert. Serving the
groom's cake were Mrs. Jeri
Rich Ashcraft and Mrs. Janet
Brock. Also -assisting with
serving were Julane McFar-
land, Ann Ward, Lori Mc-
Clain and Paula Ward.
Assisting with caringfor the
guests were Mrs. Betty Ro-
berts, Mrs. Dorothy Noble,
Mrs. Margaret Smith, and Mr.
and Mrs. Perry McFarland.


Reverend Coleman Thomp,
son, Mrs. Lamar Polston, Mrn
and Mrs. Tom Barnhart and
Robert, Miss Jody Lee, Mrs.
Monica Richards, and Miss
Janice McDaniel of Tallahas-
see, Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Williams, Dr. and Mrs. J. W..
Lee, Mr. and Mrs!, Gene
Watford, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
Williams, Miss Debbie
Thompson, Lee Miller of
Graceville; Mrs. Joe Edd
Ward, Telogia; Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Maddox; Apalachi-
cola, Mrs. Vessie Newberry,
Bainbridge, Georgia; Captain.
Wayne Pate, Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs, Wendell Whi-
taker, Blakely,. Georgia; Mrs.
Viola Wimberly, Frink; Mrs.
Murff Davis,, Hattiesburg,
Mississippi; Mrs. John Davis,
Joshua and Linden, Jackson,
Mississippi; Hannah, Hilary
and Hayley Davis, Atlanta,
Georgia; Mrs. Edward Duke,
Massillon, Ohio; and Kevin
Owens, Lake Charles, Louisi-
ana.
On the eve of the wedding a
rehearsal dinner was held in
the Social Hall of the. Long
Avenue Baptist Church. Host-
ing the dinner was Mrs. Joe
McLeod, Mrs. Wayne Hen-
drix, Mrs. Barney Earley,
Miss Alma Baggett, Mrs.
George McLawhon, Mrs. Clio
Adkison, Mrs. Ted Frary, and
Mrs. Marvin Land. Seascape


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1982


Christmas

Decoration

Contest
The Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club is sponsoring a
Christmas door or mail box
decoration contest at the
Beaches. Prizes will be
awarded. Judging will be by
members of the Port St. Joe
Garden Club.
To register for the contest
call between 9 a.m. and 5
p.m.: K. Lopez, 648-5201; or
Margaret Hale, 648-5659.


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"Unifying Church, Family and Community" Training Program


The New Bethel A.M.E.
Church will host a three day
training program. The theme
is "Unifying Church, Family,
and Community."
The purpose of this program
is to enlighten church leaders
and members about the neces-
sity of interaction among
church, family, and commu-
nity for a wholesome environ-
ment. The community should
reflect ideals of a moral
citizenry and it is through the
church extending from within
the walls of the sanctuary to
the outlying community that
effective changes will be
evident in everyday life.
The trainer for this program
is the Rev. Alex Harper,
pastor of St. Johns Missionary
Baptist Church, Arcadia. He is
a preacher, teacher, and civic
activist.
Please bring the entire
family and participate in this
unique experience. The ses-
sions 'will be held Tuesday
through Thursday, November
16th through 18th, from 6 p.m.
to 9 p.m.
For more information con-
tact Rev. James Williams,
pastor, New Bethel A.M.E. .
Church, 227-1213.'


Homecoming

S1982 Scenes


AREA LADIES WIN AGAIN IN HORSE
SHOW Kim Rich, left, astride Dun Dee
Bars, won the high point trophy in the Sr.
DiVision this past weekend at Fort Walton
fairgrounds. She 'also captured six other
trophies in the meet, including the Jackpot


Money Pleasure.
Mary Helen Nolen, left, and her horse,
"Sassy", won third place in the Ladies
Western Pleasure, third in Horsemanship
Class and won the cash money in Jackpot
Pleasure.


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Home Offices: BSoomletos. Elolel


In the photo above is ,
shown the winning entry in
the Homecoming Parade
.-ast Friday afternoon. The
' Junior Class won first place.
.tfor their depiction' of a
Shark playing a video game
called "Shark Invaders"
and racking up 100,000
points against his opponent.
The Juniors' optimism fail-
ed to influence the outcome
of the game as the. Sharks.
lost to Chipley 38-7.
Elation is evidenced by
Kelly Johnson, in the photo
at right, and her escort, Jim
Brown, as- it is announced*
that she is the new Home-
coming Queen during half-
time festivities at Shark
_stadium Friday evening.
-Star photos



Faith Christian Hosts Game
r: The Faith Christian Junior ryl Davidson and Howard' contest here in Port St. Joe at
SHigh Flag Football team lost Richards were outstanding on the old softball field today,
to Rocky Bayou Christian defense. Thursday, November 11, at
'+School by a score of 33-26, There will be a return 3:30 p.m.
;Tuesday, November 2, in
The Faith Christian Lions LocaDeaership Receives
jumped off to an early lead,'-d -
.13-0, when Lee Parker and m-o l Ahe
-Darryl Davidson scored on Distinguished Award
touchdown passes from Craig
: Burkett. Faith Christian mov- St. Joe Motor Company of and service facilities...sound
:ed the ball effectively on the Port St. Joe has been selected merchandising practices...
ground throughout the game, asoneofthenation's outstand- high 'quality standards...and
but came up short twice inside ing Ford dealerships and will continuing interest in render-
the five yard line. receive Ford Motor Comn- ing superior service to Ford
The game was tied 13-13 at pany's Distinguished Achieve- owners."
the half. The lead switched ment Award.
'hands in the second half on a The Distinguished Achieve- James C. Bray has been a
number of occasions. Lee ment Award is presented "in Ford dealer in Port St. Joe
Parker contributed two addi- recognition of .progressive since 1981. The dealership is'
tional touchdowns, one being a management...modern sales located at 322 Monument Ave.
60 yard kickoff return. Robert
Quarles and Chris Pate contri- HasBirthd y Port St. Joe, and Mr. Virgal
:buted with extra point recep- ay Pate of Blountstown.
tions. Tommy Ford, Andy
Richards, Edward Wood, Dar- Jennifer Michelle Martin
celebrated her fourth birthday


CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our
:warmest thanks to those who
worked so hard trying to save
' our building and its contents
in the disastrous fire Monday
.morning.
- We especially want to thank
the many firemen who worked
hard through the early mor-
hing hours and our many
Sfiends and customers who
Save expressed their sympa-
thies over our loss.
W. C., Emily and
David Roche


Wednesday, November 10,
with a Holly Hobbie Party at
her home. Michelle is the
daughter of Mr. arid Mrs.
Gerald Martin of Highland
View. ..
Helping Michelle celebrate
this special day was her little
brother, Jerry,. along with
family and friends.
Michelle is the grand-
daughter of Mrs. Ernest Goff
and the late Ernest Goff of
Highland View, and Mr. and
Mrs. Norman M. Martin of
-Howard's Creek. She is the,
great granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman G. Martin of


HIGHLAND VIEW UNITED

METHODIST CHURCH

Corner 4th & Parker Ave.
Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .................... 10:00-A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00A.M.
EVENINGWORSHIP .................... 6:00P.M.
WEDNESDAY ................ 7:30 Prayer Meetings
-Nursery Provided



The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE. PORT ST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL ....................I 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................ ... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ....................7:00P.M.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT .................... 7:00P.M.


A...




IN MEMORY OF
MADE L. THOMAS
A year has passed since you
went away,
But your, love still lingers
within our hearts ,every
waking day,
We see you in the morning
when dew is fresh upon the
ground,
You're with us in the early
evening, when the sun is
going down,
We see you in the spring time;
when everything is fresh
and new,
When the flowers burst from
beneath the ground,
Oh Mother, we think of you.
Your gentle touch and loving
grace,
Still lingers, mother, and
time cannot erase,
Yes, you're gone and Heaven
is now your home,
The ones you left behind,
does not feel alone,
For you're with us as if it were
just yesterday,
That we all gathered at
home for a special holiday,
With you there to touch us,
the ones you love so dear,
It seems if I'd just listen; your
voice I sometimes hear,
Yes, someday we will gather
again, and this time at your
new home; Mother,
Your heavenly land,
We love you mother, sleep in
peace, until we are together.
again.
Thank You, Thelma,
Sammie, Gloria,
and Jimmy


CARD OF THANKS
Words cannot express our
feeling of appreciation to all
the wonderful people who
showed their love to my
family and me during my stay
in the hospital.
Your prayers, cards, flow-
ers, calls and visitations, your
kindness will never be forgot-
ten. May God bless each and
every one of you.
Thank You All,
Eugenia Thomas
.and Family


Lee Is Three
Lee Bratt, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Stan Brant; cele-
brated his third birthday with
a. Halloween birthday party
with his friends and relatives
at his home in San Antonio,
Texas. He also received many
cards, gifts and telephone
calls from his many friends
and relatives in Port St. Joe.
Lee is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Dewey Patterson,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brant.


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NEW BETHEL
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146 Avenue C Phone 227.1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .........: ... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ,.......... ........ 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
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Sharks Lose 38-7



To Chipley Tigers


A night which was supposed
to be one of spirit and gaiety,
-was a long glum one for the
Sharks last Friday night>-
The Chipley Tigers came to
::town and went home with a
38-7 shellacking of the Sharks
to spoil their homecoming
celebration.
The Tigers set an example
of.what the rest of the night
would be on their first posses-
sion of the football when they
!marched 60 yards on the
opening kick-off in only three
:plays to score the first TD of
:the game on a 14-yard run by
,Alton Roulhac, who continued
:to ramble over Sharks sta-
,dium for the rest of the
:evening.
The Sharks put themselves
in trouble on their first
:possession of the ball, when
they fumbled on the Shark 40.
Three more plays later and
-Donald Day plunged over
from the one yard, line.,


The Tigers scored again
early in the second period
after an intercepted Sharks
pass and owned a 21-0 lead at
half time.
The Sharks put together
their only scoring drive of the
ballgame in the second quar-
ter. The Sharks marched 80
yards, helped by 30 yards of
Tiger penalties and a 13-yard
scoring strike from Chris
Butts to Terry Woullard. Tres
Parker kicked the extra point,
winding down the scoring for
the Sharks.
The Tigers put three more
points on the board in the first
half off a 31 yard field goal by
Terry Ellis, to lead in the
game, 24-7 at half time.
The second half opened
with the Sharks fumbling the
ball away to the Tigers, then
getting it right back on a Tiger
fumble. But an intercepted
Butts pass led to another
Chipley score after a five yard
plunge by Wesley Sapp:


Roulhac ended the scoring
for the game, scoring the last
Chipley points on a 44 yard
run.
If the Sharks had a bright
spot in the game, it was that
they were penalized for only 33
yards, while the Tigers were
hit for 85. The Tigers had 13
first downs and the Sharks had
nine.
Running into difficulty early
with their running game, the
Sharks tried to make up the
points they were behind with
the pass and wound up with
three interceptions and nine
completions of 14 attempts.
The Shark defense was led
by Sidney Harris with nine
tackles and "Stump" Walding
recovered a fumble for the
Sharks.
FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night, the Sharks
will be at home against the
always-toughi Wakulla War
Eagles. Game time is at 8:00
p.m.


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 11. 1982


Wewa All-Stars Win

Flag Football Game


The Port St. Joe and Wewa-
hitchka flag football leagues
ended their season with an
All-Star game Tuesday after-
noon here in Port St. Joe. For
the second year in a row, the
Wewahitchka All-Stars took
the victory in the All-Star
game which pitted fourth, fifth
and. sixth graders from the
two cities against each other.
The first half was. a defen-
sive battle, with neither team
scoring a touchdown. The
second half saw the Wewa-
hitchka quarterback throw for
two touchdowns, and one after
point attempt, ending the
game with a. score of 14-0.


Smith, James Hamilton, Des-
mond Peters and James Pawe.
Their coaches were Charles
Gathers, head coach, with
Darrell Thomas as assistant
coach.
The Wewahitchka All-Stars
were: Richard Addison, Bud-
dy Causey, Frank Early,
Gabriel Fisher, Gary Herring,
Darryl Lister, Mickey Mc-
Daniel, Michael Myers, Phil-
lip Nunnery, Gary Purswell,
Shane Semmes, Raymond
Scott, David Smith, Andy
Whitfield, Titus Williams, Wil-
bert Wright.

r .... c< i .


Players for the Port St. Joe tI umDer ;aie
VAll-Star team were: Alfred
Russell, Mathew Durham, Is Cancelled
Christopher Bowen, J. J.,Ray,
Eddie Lundy, Mickey Lewter, The Girls' Basketball and
Philip Nedley, Eric Langston, Softball teams at Port St. Joe
Abraham Baily, Bill Ramsey, High School have cancelled
Danny Moree, Tracy ifn- the sale of tumblers. This
mons, Desmond Quinn, Stacy. notice is to let people who
Terry Woullard (dark jersey) of the gain yardage against the Chipley Tigers. Gathers, Terry Quinn, Hannion placed orders know that this
Sharks putshis head down as he attempts to -Star Photo Smith, Reginald Larry, Willie project has been cancelled.


Gators Are Back


In Win Column
Wewahitchka's Gators got Late. in the fourth period.
back on the winning track last Vincent Jones put his foot intt
Friday night, after, dropping one and booted a 20 yard fielc
five in a row, to pound goal, increasing the Wews
Freeport 29-7 from a 420 yard lead to 23-0.
running game. The Gators Lucas Hand put the icing or
looked more like a Gator the Gator's cake. in the last
should look against Freeport, period, when he galloped for a
-&fter suffering through their 30 yard scoring run, to put the
'.oss skid. Gators firmly in control of the.
: Lucas Hand rambled for 144 game, 29-0.
S yards for the Gators, scoring In a last minute gasp type
:one touchdown, while Walter situation, Freeport put seven
ownerss added 111 yards on the points on the board late in the
round. fourth quarter, when they
-Quarterback Chris Thomas scored on a 30 yard run.
ODpened the scoring for the GATOR YARDSTICK
:Uators in the first quarter, First downs 12
scoring on a three-yard run. Rushes, yards 42-420
In the second stanza, Bow-, Passing yards '106
S ers scored from seven yards, Passes 12-5-0
giving the Gators a comfort- Punts 9'
:able 14-0 lead. But, the way Furmbles-lost 2-2
things have been going, even Penalties-yards 6-50
Phis lead wasn't any too FRIDAY NIGHT 0
-. .. FRIDAYNIGHT..
comfortable 'Eriday night, the Gators will
: Late':in 'the third quarter '. host Earnest Ward in the last
i Bowers scored from seven game of the season. Game
.yards out making the score, time is 8:00 p.m., at Gator
0-0. .. Stadium.


Win Their Division


Two local young ladies returned home with medals after
competing in the Red Fish Run, a 5,000 meter race, held
W iSaturday in Apalachicola in commemoration of the Florida
Seafood Festival, Nov. 6. Alicia Mongold, left, raced on the
heels of her sister, Teresa, as she captured second place in
the 13 years and under category.- Teresa placed first. The
girls are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mongold of
Port St. Joe.


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




Gal HIGHLAND VIEW

S/ CHURCH OF GOD
STEMPERANCE "Where Jesus Christ Is King
Pa s to& God's Love Is An
) |,Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... 10:00A.M
GOODNESS MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P.M.
SWEDNESDAYEVENING 7:00P.M.
FAITH
Pastor Ira J. Nichols


W'# AU

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1982


Let Camps Stay


(Continued-from Page 1)


Fire
(Continued from Page 1)
On the other side of the building, Dave May's Western
Auto Store, which had a fire wall between the two buildings,
suffered hardly any damage at all, except 'what the heat did
to the built-up roof. "The roof paraput wall protected me
here,-too", May said.
yvk cuation operations were set up for both St. Joe
Furniture and Western Auto, but by daylight, it was apparent
the buildings would be saved, even though St. Joe Furniture
still has danger from the cominon wall between the two
buildings, tumbling down because of the extensive damage.
TO BUILD AGAIN
Both W. C and David Roche said they will begin
immediately to rebuild the business on the same location,
"'Just as soon as we can get the property cleaned off".
Meanwhile, today, the company is back in business.
operating from its two warehouse buildings located on
Williams Avenue, immediately behind the store which
burned.
While the fire was still smouldering Monday morning,
the Roches were already busily at work getting their
warehouse ready to do business from
"In a way we were lucky", Roche said, "We were able to
save all of our accounts receivable and can get right back
into business, even though we have suffered a terrible loss."
David Roche said, "Good can always come out of bad.
We finally can quit worrying about that nagging leak we have
been trying to get fixed ever since the building was built. We
don't have to worry about that any more".


AARP members donned authentic costumes to observe Chewning, Rosalie West, Lawrence Conley, Bill Pfost, Don
: Thanksgiving 1621. From left to right, are: Ned Speiss, Ann Pfost and Fred Kleeb. -Star photo


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Thanksgiving is a happy
time and certainly that was
true last Monday as over 100
n. -


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Bay Chapter of the AARP
celebrated three different
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The Athletic House
323 Reid Avenue Phone 229-.6805


Thanksgivings.
First celebrated was
"1621", with a pageant in full
pilgrim costuirib. Meinbers of
the cast included Fred Kleeb,
Bill Pfost, Rosalie West, Law-
rence Conley, Anne Chewning,
and New Spiess. Dot Pfost,
who along with Rosalie West
produced the show, was the
narrator. Featured was Patti
Brown with a comedy routine
entitled, "I Ain't Got Nothin to
be Thankful For".
The second Thanksgiving to
be observed was 1789, and the


first Thanksgiving Proclama-
tion of the new United States
of America by President
George Washington from the
nation's capitol in New York
City was read by Stiles Brown.
Then Thanksgiving 1982 was
celebrated by all of the
members as they brought gifts
and food and. money, which
will be used to distribute
basked to the needy of the
Saint Joseph Bay area. Mem-
bers hope this may truly be a
time of giving thanks for
everyone.


Annie is the star of the bazaar.


Pre-Holiday Bazaar


"Holiday Fare" is the sa-
vory theme of a pre-holiday'
Bazaar- to take place Satur-
day, November 13 at St.
Joseph Catholic Church. The
women of the Catholic
Church's Altar Society have
cooked up an eye-and-taste
pleasing collection of gifts,
gimcra6tcl and goodies for
display and sale. The Bazaar,
in the Church Hall on 20th
Street, opens at 9 a.m.
Everything from handmade
dolls, toys, ornaments, and
wreaths, to wearing apparel
and a plethora of homemade







Nutmeg was once thought
to remove freckles.,


delectables will be feat
Men of the parish will
refreshments outdoors.
cakes and coffee wil
served in the hol
.bedecked hall. There w
prizes and surprises for
who come to sample and
"Holiday Fare."


Dickens said the city and the
Fire District fund paid equal
shares of a $5,746 down
payment last year and now
owe five payments of $10,-
519.64. The county had turned
over only $2,873 to Wewahitch-
ka for this year's payment,
resulting in a $2,873 deficit by
the city.
The county had misunder-
stood the deal and thought
they -were responsible for
collecting the lesser amount
per year, when in reality, they


were responsible for twice
that amount.
When it all wound down, the
county agreed to turn the
remainder of the Tupelo Dis-
trict tax to Wewahitchka to
pay on the fire truck.
JOYCE DOES GOOD
County Property Appraiser,
Joyce Williams, handed the
County Commission a letter
from Randy Miller, executive
director of the Department of
Revenue :for the State of
Florida.


OBITUARIES:


Bill Zagorski, 63, Dies

After Lingering Illness


Mr. Bill Zagorski, 63, of
Mexico Beach, passed away
last Wednesday at Tyndall Air
Base Hospital. He was a
retired Tech Seigeant of the
United States Air Force, and
was a charter member of the
Local Chapter of the V.F.W.
Mr. Zagorski had also served
as a radio dispatcher with the
Gulf County Sheriff's Depart-
ment for 12 years.
Survivors include: his wife,
,Mary Ellen Thames Zagorski
of Mexico Beach; two sisters,
Irene Rollingson of 'Bakers-
field, California, and Lucille
Jacunski of Garden City,
Michigan; two brothers, Ted
Zagorski of Detriot, Michigan,
and Ed Zagorski of Tumcm-
ski, Michigan.
Funeral services were held
Friday at 11:00 A.M: at the
Chapel of Gilmore Funeral
Home with Air Force Chaplain
James M. Hough officiating. A
full military burial service
was held in the family plot of
Holly Hill Cemetery. Active


Last Rites

For Bret

L. Smith
Bret L. Smith, 24, of Jones
Homestead passed away sud-
denly Tuesday at his home. He
was a native and lifelong
resident of Gasden. Alabama.
He recently moved to Jones
Homestead. He was formerly
ih the Marines. He was a
member ol the 12th Street
Baptist Church of Gasden,
Alabama.
Survivors include: his mo-
ther, Linda L. Smith of Jones
Homestead; his father, Tom-
my Smith. Jr. of Albertville,
Alabama; two brothers, Mi-
chael Smith and Rodney
Smith of Jones Homestead;
grandparents, Thomas L.
Smith and Pauline C. Smith-of
Albertville, Ala., Zell Guest of
Symsonia, Ky.; and one great
grandmother, Addie Smith of
Gasden, Alabama.
Furieral services were held
at 11 a.m. EST Friday at the
First Baptist Church of Port
St. Joe, conducted by Rev.
Howard Browning. Interment
followed in Holly Hill Ceme-
tery.
Serving as Active Pallbear-
ers were: Cecil R. Pippin,
Williston Chason, Cecil Lin-
ton, Gary Sasnett, Lamar
Moore, and Andy Anderson.
Honorary Pallbearers were
the B Shift of the St. Joe Paper
Company.

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PTA Meets Mon.
The Highland View P.T.A.
will'have its regular meeting
on Monday, November 15 at
7:00 P.M. in the school audi-
torium.
In recognition of National
Education Week;, the school
will'have OPEN HOUSE.


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Saturday, 8:00 til.
Cleaning out closets &
attics. Several families.
tured Go cart frame, toys,
serve good household items,
and lots of adult & children's
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pallbearers were' the United
States Air Force Honor
Guard, and honorary pall-
bearers were members of the
V.F.W.
All services were under the
direction of Gilmore Funeral
Home.

Mrs. Newsome

Dies Nov. 3
Mrs. Katherine L. New-
some, 51, passed away. last
Wednesday 'in a Pensacola
hospital following an extended
illness. She was a native of
South Carolina and a resident
of White City for the past 14
years.
Survivors include: her hus-
band, Tommy Newsome of
White City; three: sons,
James, Paul and Donald New-
'some of White City; two
daughters, Velinda Todd of
Conway, South Carolina, and
Theresa Hodges of Braden-
ton;..and. four grandchildren.
. Funeral services were'held
at 2:30 p.m. EST Friday at the
.White City Baptist Church
with Rev. James Pate and
Rev. Charles E. Jackson, Jr.
officiating. Interment follow-
ed in the Overstreet Ceme-
tery.


The letter stated that her
office was frde of "significant
detects" in its operation for
the 1982 assessment roll per-
iod.
Williams advised the Board
Gulf and Putnam counties
were the only :nes in the state
to receive this recognition.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business items, the
Commission:
-Tentatively agreed to al-
low Digital Pagers, an op-
erator of a commerciaJ paging
service, to place its antenna
on top of the Sheriff's antenna
for a rental amount to be
negotiated. Frank Atkinson,
representative of the firm,
was told the county would
meet with Sheriff Ken Murphy
to iron out details and c6me to
a final decision.


-Was informed that con-
struction on the. new India'n
Pass boat ramp would begin,
around the first of December.
Piling for the ramp are now
being built.
-Agreed to a request by
Commissioner James Tank-
ersley, to request for permits
to open up the mouth of Money
Bayou where it flows into the
Gulf of Mexico. Tankersley
said the bayou was formerly a
good shrimp breeding place
and had been sanded in by a
storm a few years ago.
-Tankersley also asked
that the Commission inspect a
drainage ditch which drains
into Indian Lagoon. He said he
had received reports the ditch
is filling the Lagoon with sand
and may need the attention of
the Board.


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Hunting Season Opens Saturday


, Florida's general hunting
season will begin November 13
and continue into next spring.
In order for sportsmen to have
enjoyable outings in the wil-
derness settings of Florida,
planning and preparation be-
fore their hunts are important
keys.


','Florida is fortunate in
haying a very long and varied
hunting season with relatively
liberal bag limits," said Lt..
Col. Brantly Goodson, director
of the Division of Law En-
forcement for the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion.


"One of the characteristics
of this long season is the
relative complexity of special
hunt dates, wildlife manage-
ment area exemptions and
permit and license require-
ments," said Goodson.
He explained that in order to
make special hunting seasons


MINUTES...

Gulf County School Board


The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on October 5, 1982 at 9:00 AM
in the Gulf County Courthouse
in Port St. Joe. The following
boardmembers were present:
Wayloni Graham, Paul Sewell,
Ted Whitfield, Fred Greer.:
Board member Raffield was
absent. The Superintendent
was also present.
Chairman Graham presided
and the meeting was opened
with prayer by Mr. Sewell and
followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
William Schlickman, VFW
Post Commander, met with
the Board and requested that
Veterans Day be made a
school holiday. After a discus-
sion, it was decided that this
would be considered by the
calendar committee for the
Next school year.
On motion by Greer, second
Sby Whitfield, the Board unani-
mously approved the minutes
of September 7, 1982.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion by Se-
well, second by Greer, the
Board unanimously approved
the following personnel mat-
ters:
Approved the employment
of Dawn Gresham as music
and band teacher at Wewa-
hitchka High School for the
1982-83 school year;
Approved Sherry Pippin as
assistant cheerleader sponsor
at Wewahitchka High;
Approved a request from
Teresa Newsome for materni-
ty leave beginning approxi-
mately October 4, 1982 until
December 1, 1982. The Board
also approved for Mrs. New-
some to use her accumulated
sick leave for the days missed
in October;
Approved the employment
of Sally Lee as library clerk at
Port St. Joe Elementary
....^ School. Mrs. Lee replaces
.Mrs..Eula Dickey who resign-..
ed September 3, 1982; -
.i ..Approved the employment
of Becky Weston as kindergar-
ten aide at Port St. Joe
Elementary School, effective
September 22, 1982;
Approved' the employment
of Kimberly Smith as kinder-
garten aide at Port St. Joe
Elementary School, effective
September 30, 1982;
Approved the employment
of Ruth Lucus as PREP aide
at Port St. Joe Elementary
School, effective September
21, 1982;
Accepted the letter of resig-
nation from Veralyn Lewter
as PREP aide at Port St. Joe
Elementary School, effective
September 27, 1982;
Approved the transfer of
Barbara Shirley from her
position as Principal of Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School to
the. position of Director of
Instruction, effective Febru-
ary 1, '1983.
The Board reviewed a re-
port on Asbestos Removal-
Ceiling replacement. The As-
bestos removal and ceiling:
replacement projects are
completed A list of damaged-
loses have been sent to Acousti
and the Board has received
written authorization that all
items that were damaged will
be repaired or replaced.
In accordance with Florida
Statutes, the school board
advertised policy changes in


the local newspapers. The
public was given opportunity
on this-day to provide' input.
On motion by Whitfield, sec-
ond by Greer, ,the Board
unanimously voted that the
policy changes be adopted as
presented. Copies of policy.
changes are on file in the
school board office.,
The Board reviewed each
cost center budget. No action
necessary.
On motion by Greer, second
by Sewell, the Board unani-
mously voted that the bills be
paid. ',
On motion. by Whitfield,
second by Sewell, the Board
accepted the CERTIFICATE
OF FINAL INSPECTION for
the asbestos removal at all.
schools.
On motion by Sewell, second
Sby Whitfield, the Board unani-
mously voted to revise the
CHOICES application that
was approved 9-7-82;
On motion by Greer, second
by Sewell, the Board authoriz-
ed the Superintendent to notify
both high school principals
that no adult school credit can
be transferred to Port St. Joe
High School or Wewahitchka
High School for the purpose of
applying that credit toward
completion of graduation re-
quirements of regularly enrol-
led students;
The Board reviewed the
implementation of Offer vs
Serve in our elementary
schools. After a discussion,
the Board agreed to make a
choice on this matter at the
November meeting;
On motion by Greer, second
by Sewell, the Board unani-
mously approved a Challenge
Grant Program for the gifted
class.
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Greer, the Board
unanimously approved the list
p.. surplus and junk properties
and authorized the Superin-
tendent to proceed immedi-
ately to setting up the sale
with proceeds of the sale in
Wewahitchka to be given to
the Wewahitchka Band Boost-
ers and in Port St. Joe to Port
St. Joe Band Boosters.
On motion by Sewell, second
by Greer. the Board approved
the continuation of the School
Bus Joint-Use Program be-
tween the Gulf County School
Board, Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation and Association for
Retarded Citizens.
The Board received bids on
four school buses that have
been declared as surplus and
advertised in the local news-
papers. On motion by Greer,
second by Whitfield, the Board
accepted the following bids:
1966 International, Serial No.
16370H055824, Bus No. 15,
$120.00 from Mike Lister; 1966
Chevrolet, Serial No. S692652-
21456, Bus No. 10, $100.00 from
Rev. Nelson Nobles; 1966
Chevrolet Body without mo-
tor, Bus No. 5, $80.00 from
Mike Lister; 1966 Chevrolet
Body without motor, Bus No.
8, $99.00 from Mike Lister.
A discussion was held on
using a canine drug detection
unit in the Gulf County School
System. The Board directed
the Superintendent to work
with school administrators to
determine a need for using a
dog trained to detect the-


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presence of drugs.
The Board approved a re-
quest for additional children
to be picked up at Red Bull
Island. On motion by Sewell,'
second by Greer, the Board
unanimously approved this
request and approved an
additional hour's pay for Mr.
Alford for transporting these
children. The Board also
denied a request for an
additional bus stop on Garri-
son Avenue.
The Board discussed some
repair work on the elementary
schools in the Port St. Joe
area. On motion by Whitfield,
second by Greer, the Board
authorized the Superintendent
to write a resolution request-
ing the use of Capital Outlay
money to carpet classrooms at
Highland View and Port St.
Joe Elementary Schools.
The Board authorized the
Superintendent to work with
the City of Port St. Joe for use
of School Board property for
the construction of tennis
courts.
The Board reviewed Com-
munity Services report from
the Port St. Joe area.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journedto meet again Novem-
ber 2, 1982 at 5:30 PM.


and lands available, the Com-
mission must receive sales
revenue from licenses, per-
mits and stamps. "These
funds go directly into the
conservation effort' and are
used for research and the
management of wildlife and to
provide law enforcement pro-
tection."
Goodson said, "It is impera-
tive that hunters take the time
to thoroughly review hunting
regulations and license re-
quirements before going into
the field and onto the water-
ways.
"Many times, the only dif-
ference between a happy
hunter and a 'violator' can be

















traced to an individual's fail-
ure to thoroughly review
current regulations."
Goodson said hunters should
review the Florida Hunting
Handbook and individual.state
wildlife management area re-
gulations to familiarize them-
selves with the requirements.
"Individual wildlife man-
agement area brochures and
also the Florida Hunting
Handbook may be obtained


Age 43 Annual Contribution S2.000
Retirement Value S230.510


Age 55 Annual Contnbution S2.000
Retirement Value $41.130


from offices of county tax
collectors and their subagents
or by calling toll-free regional
offices of the Commission, as
listed inside the front cover of
the telephone directory," he
said. '
The majority of licenses and
permits required for the bar-
vest of wildlife may be pur-
chased locally from offices of
county tax collectors or their
subagents.
.All hunting and furbearer
licenses, archery or muzzle-
loading gun -permits and the
state waterfowl stamp are
available through offices of
the county tax collector. Fe-
deral duck stamps may be
purchased through the U.S.
Post Office.,
. Goodson said an archery
permit or muzzleloading gun
permit is required during
special primitive weapon
hunts prior to and after the
general hunting season.
For the purpose of hunting
or fishing in Florida, a person
is considered a resident who
has lived continuously in
Florida during the most re-
cent 12 month period and in
one particular county at least
six of the 12 months.
Active military personnel
stationed in Florida and full-
time students are considered
residents when purchasing
hunting licenses or permits.
Residents 65 years of age or
older possessing an overage
certificate, residents who are
totally and permanently dis-
abled possessing a disability
license and children under the
age of 15 are exempt from
purchasing a hunting license.
a fur-bearer license, Florida
waterfowl stamp, archery or
muzzleloading gun permits.'
Resident overage certifi-


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1982


cates may be obtained at no
cost from county tax collec-
tor's offices by residents 65
years of age or older. Overage
citizens are not required to
have a state wildlife manage-
ment area stamp. However,
the cost is $10 for regular
(Series MA) and $2.50 for
underage (Series UP) man-
agement area stamps.
Licenses, permits and fees
include resident statewide
hunting and fishing combina-
tion (Series AK), $17.50; state-
wide hunting (Series K),
$11.50 and home county (Se-
ries I), $4.50. For nonresi-
dents, a statewide annual
hunting license (Series L) is
$50.50 and a statewide ten-day
continuous license (Series M)
is $15.50. :
"The key to a successful arid
enjoyable hunt if in planning.
Know the regulations that,
apply to the particular game
and area you are interested in
because dates and require-


U


ments differ from region to
region," he explained..
Persons planning hunts on
state wildlife management


ROY SMITH, Agent


Age. 35 Annual Contnbution- SI,bUU
Retirement Value: S472.820


33


FRANK HANNON, Agent


Age: 36 Annual Contribution S1.500
Retirement Value S417.862.


PAGE NINE


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differ from statewide regula-
tions on harvest of wildlife:


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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 Occasior
Call 229-8343

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


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

Thames Jewelers
Watches Diamonds Gifts
for All Occasions

The Star Publishing Co.
Printers Publishers Office Supplies
306 Williams Avenue Phone 227-1278
Western Auto
Your Tire Center
David B. May. Phone 227-1105
Join the Winning Team at
Wewahitchka State Bank
Phone 229-8226 /


Renfro Auto Parts
Phone 229-6013


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IORT ST. JOE vs. WAKULLA WAR EAGLES













NOTICE
The Survey of Federal General Revenue
Sharing Expenditures, Form RS-9F, end-
ing September 30, 1981, and Its suppor-
ting documentation Is available at the Ci-
ty Clerk's Office, Municipal Building, Port
St. Joe, Florida, from the hours of 8:00
A.M. antill5:00 P.M., Monday through Fri-
day, for examinations.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/sa L A. Farrls,
City Auditor/Clerk it 11-11
NOTICE OF HEARING
ON PROPOSED ORDINANCE
Notice Is hereby given that the Board of
City Commissioners of Ward Ridge,
Florida, will hold a public hearing In the
Commisloner's room in the City Hall at
the City of Ward Ridge on November 22,
1982 at 6:30 P.M. for the purpose of hear-
ing any objections to the adoptionqf AN
ORDINANCE GRANTING A TWENTY 20)
YEAR, NON-EXCLUSIVE, FRANCHISE TO
ST. JOE NATURAL GAS CO., INC., to fur-
nish gas within the City of Ward Ridge,
Florida.
All persons having objections thereto
Share Invited to attend and be heard.
CITY OF WARD RIDGE,
By: 1s/ Allen V. McCulley, Mayor.
Attest: Is/ Mary E. Keith, City Clerk
-2t 11-11

IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY'
CASE NO. 82-35
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The:Estate of
RAYMOAID JERNIGAN,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN-
,TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
admirislation of ne Estate ol Raymond
Jernigan, deceased. File Numoer 82 15, is
pending in the Circuit Court oI Gull Coun-
ly. Florida. Probate Division. ine address
ol which is P. 0 Box 969, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456. The Personal Represen
tat ale o the estalels RUTHE WERNER.
* 1027 West Choctawhalchee DriVe.
Nicevilie. Florida 32578 Tne name ana
address of Ine Personal Representative s
allorney are set lorth Delow
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required. WITHIN
THREE 131 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST 'PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the Clerk of the
aooue Court a-wrillten staierr-ent of any
claim or demand Iney may nave Each


claim must be in writing and must ir
dicate the basis for the claim, the nam
and address of the creditor or his agent o
attorney, and the amount claimed. If th
claim is not yet due, the date when it wi
become due shall be stated. If the clair
Is contingent or unliquidated, the natur
of the uncertainty shall be stated. If th
claim is secured, the security shall b
described. The claimant shall deliver sul
ficlent copies of the claim to the Clerk ti
enable the Clerk to mail one (1) copy ti
each Personal Representative.
All Persons Interested in the estate ti
whom a copy of this Notice of Ad
ministration has been mailed are- re
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE -FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to file
any objections they may have tha
challenge thevalidity of the decedent's
' Will, the qualifications of the Persona
Representative, or the venue or jurisdic
lion of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: November 11
1982.
is/RUTH E. WERNER,
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
FRED N. WITTEN,
Attorney for Personal Representative
408 Long Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-8253
2t 11-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE. OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 82-43
.IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
ANNA K. SMITH, .
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
-he acminislraiionr 01 in, E;alte o An-
na.K. Smith, deceased, file'number 82-43,
is pending in Ihe Circil Couril I,or Gull
County Floriaa ProDale Divis.on Ine ad
aress oa wnich is Gull Cour.i/ Cour
House Port St Joe. Florida Tre name
and address ol the Personal Pepieser.
alive ana ol ine Personal ReDiesen
lative s allorney 3ae sel lorln bei.ow All
interesleo ,ersors are rquire,3 10 limi
with the Courl wihtr, inrea 3 rr3, .cnih,
from Ir.e dale cI mne lirs l ubt,C:ao', or,
this notice-
1 All claims against ine Esiate
2 Any OODecitOPns y ar, niniresa.,3 per
son to vnom T naoliPe was malle.'3
that 'challenges the quOal.icailons
ofl the Personal Representali3e er,
ue or lurisd.cilon ol i.,s Court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT


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SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. E tt S t
Date of the first publication of this l -Se e 1
Notice of Administration: November 11,
1982.
/a J. LAMAR HARDY,
Personal Representative
103 Allen Memorial Way
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Is/ FRED N. WITTEN
Attorney for Personal Representative Mrs. Minnie Likely, a well-
P. 0. Box 447M. .
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 known instructor and resident
9041229.8253 nf Port St .Tne was recently


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR'
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE ST
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF CO
IN RE: The Marriage of
WILLIAM R. WALDEN,
Husband Respondent,
*and
MARSHA V. WALDEN,
Wife -Petitioner.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: WILLIAM R. WALDEN
ADDRESS UNKNOWN


2t 11-11
TEENTH
ATE OF
)UNTY.


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
S dissolution of marriage has been filed
against you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it, on Fred N. Witten, Attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is Post Office Box
447, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, on or
before the 13th day of December, 11982,
and file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on Petitioner's
Attorney or immediately thereafter; other-'
wise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the Petition.
WITNESSETH my hand and the seal of
this Court on November.9, 1982.
JERRY T. GATES, ..
Clerk of Court, Gulf County; Florida
By:/s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4t 11-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE. OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NUMBER- '82-2
IN RE: FORFEITURE-OF THE FOLLOW-
'- ING DESCRIBED, PROPERTY, a
1974 CHEVROLET MONTE'
CARLO AUTOMOBILE SERIAL,
NUMBER IH57l-dR422755
NOTICE OF SALE
.NOTICE is here, given final on-the
I1ir. 'lay 01 March, 1982, pursuant to a
Judgement of Forleillure issue Ir, ne Cir
cult-'Court, Gull Count, Fl.:,ryia case
r., number 822, r, Ina a,.oae syrsiaa :ause
ire oiiowing auiomorniie wvs ioileited to
In Gun Counlt Snerillts Department, to.
i' t
A 1974 Chevrolet.Monte Carlo auto-
mobile orown in color., erial r.umcer. -
IM57HdR422755
Or. the 241n gay ,of November 1982 at,
2 00 o m (EST1 in ire compound scaledd "
Deh.nd Ihe Gull County Jal t.enina Ihe
Gull County Courtnouse. Port St Joe;
Florida. I. Ken Murphy, Sneril or Gulf.
County, Floria. w.II oiler lot sale said:
qulomobile ior casn to10 ne nighes bid-.
der Said automoOila 'will be sold with
reserve ,
ist KEN MURPHY, SHERIFF
Gulf County, Florida 2t11-11
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF -'
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
tIOTiCE is nereoy given that on the
281h da, ol Oclooer. 1982, pursuant to a
Writ o Executllon issued in the County
Court of Gull Counly, Florida. -Case
Nurroer 82 172 in Ine cause of J. H.
GLASS. PLAINTIFF. vs VAN MARAMAN.
DEFENDANT. I. KEN MURPHY SHERIFF
OF GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA. rave leied
upon the properly ol the defendant, to.
One (1) Franklin Skidder, model #133-B,
serial number 4906, together with all.
equ.pmern allached Iherelo including
grappling nooks and motor
Or. the 6n oay ol December 1982. al
Two O'clock 12 00 IEST) in t me afternoon
or Ithe steps of Ihe Gull County Couri.
house. Port St Joe. Florida, I will liter for
sale said property for casn T o Itre rignst..
Didder. suDecit to all prIor liens II any. to
saisly aild Wrnt of Execution
lI KEN MURPHY. SHERIFF.
Gull County. Florida
41 11.11
BID NUMBER 280
The Clly of Porl St Joe Florida. re
quests Dids for One Heavy Duty Concrele
MiTer Specificallons may be obtained
from ine City Clerk s Ollice P 0 Box A.
Port St Joe Florida Bid opening wiit be
nelh at ire regular City Comrr.is.ion
Meeting November 16, 1982.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, ,
B, ivi.L A Farris, City Auditor/Clerk
2t 11-4

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH'
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO 8244
,IN RE: The Estate of
OTIS JEFFCOAT, JR., '
Deceased. '
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR


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S-TFi I- REAL ESTATESALES BEACH RENTALS REALTOR

648-5011 Sales 648-5716 Rentals


St. Joe Beach
Gorgeous .waterfront townhouse *near
completion. All custom designed interior
by-professional decorator. 3,bdrm.,2 ba.,
fireplace. .


PORT ST. JOE
*New Listing: 1610 Long Ave. 2 bdrm., 1
ba. home in good area. Fenced back
yd..Storage shed. $34,000.
107 Hunter Circle. 3 bdrm., 1 ba. on Ig. -
chain link fenced lot. Stove, refrig. &
alc stay. Must see to appreciate.
$33,000.
1306 Long Avenue. .2 bdrm., 1 ba.
home. Close to school, fireplace.
* 515 8th St. Only $25,000 for this 3
bdrm., 1 ba..house. Spacious, call to
see.
2 lots on Palm Blvd. & 18th St., $17,500
for both.
Great buy at only $41,500. 3 bdrm., 1V1/
ba.; only 7 yrs. old. Long Ave.
1501 Monument Ave. Large 3 bdrm.,
1 ba., liv. rm., din. rm. & kit. combo.
619 Marvin Ave., 3 .bdrm., 1V2 ba.,
chain link fence, Ig. house, $33,400.

LOTS
Many lots available with low down
payments. Call to see today. Complete
list in the office.


Mexico Beach
On this large lot is a 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home
with Ig. expand room.. Chain link fenc-
ing & a huge garage for a shop. Many ex-
tras. Only $32,500.


MEXICO BEACH
* 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer, on 3rd Street, 2
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
* Pineda St., large 3 bdrm., 11/2 ba.
house on 21/i lots. $49,900 with good
owner financing.

OVERSTREET
* Canal front, reduced to $31,500 with a
.good assumable 7% interest mort-
gage. 3 bdrm., 2 ba.

MONTHLY RENTALS
FURNISHED,
* 1 bdrm., $165, $180, $200 per month.
* 2 bdrm., $225, $250, $400 per month.
* 3 bdrm., $250, $350, $375 per month.
* 2 bdrm. trailer, $175 mo.; $230 yr.
round.,
* 2 bdrm. unfurnished, $350.


elected as President of the
local Ebonyettes, Inc. Ebon-
yette Inc., is a civic organiza-
tion that strives to offer
activities and services design-
ed to enhance the cultural
development of youth.
Mrs. Likely has served as an
instructor of Exceptional Edu-,
cation at Port St. Joe Junior-
Senior High School for the past
twelve years. She is a gradu--
ate of Florida A&M Univer-


DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE -
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN-
TERESTED.IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
aar.Sniin lalion :, Ire Esiale oIOTS JEFF
COAT. JR File Number 82 .1J .' pcnlipg
in ine C.icui CGurI I.,r Guir C.:,unt
Fiorida Probsil Dinvsion irr. adoreas ol
.wr,,chl sCuilCouni) Courir.ou.e PoriSl.
Joe Florida 324156 The Persona'
Represenili.-e .3I ire -lat te .5 GLENDA
JEFFCOAT RI 3 Box65Bi Port Sr Jos
Florida 32456 Tne name ar,, adrJrreS or
the Personal Represer..ai., 5 atic.rne,
are sel 1,rin below
All persons havingg ciaimn; ,or aemarn.
against, in ealete are required WirHImN
THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST 'PUBLICATION OF. THIS
NOTICE to hie awir. In- Cler .31 in,-
aDOe Courl a wr,,rn Tlatemeril .:1 an,
claims. c.r aemana ir., ma, r.a.6 Eacn
claimrr, m, be ,n wr.rr.g ar3 ,T,ustI r,
dicaie ine Da'is loe ir.e c.iaim, me nam.
Sr.a address of ir.ec reaOltur r.ir aen-i 0'
ailoine>. aa ine tmounri :iainmei 11 Ishe
al ,lim Is r.1 tl lei auE the1 ealO vrear. II wiil
become due spail ODu aa.sl'i' ii mne .ciaiT.
is coningieni unilqui3atca Ir.e n.ture-
o1 Ir.e uncersirit, r..all D6e iaiA, it ir, *
S laim is secure irire ;ecureil r, all be
3eScriDea3 The claimant rnalil aeier sul
lic'er.I copies of in claim I, ire Clerk ic
enable ira Cler1 to nMal -e 1) -.0opy 10
each Persoinal Representative, '
SAll p6eri-3n Inlsereead ,n ire ES131iE 10
,hoimr a copy ol insi Noniice ot Ad
minis.ralc.r., has been mairlea ar re.luiread
WITHIN THREE 131 MOtlTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE Io lile an, oOiect.ons iney
may ha3e thal crailerge inc aliidily 01i
Ihe oecedent s Will Ines uailcaliors 0or
SIre Personal Aeorepentatlive or the venue
or jurisdiclion ol the Court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
Sp FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
Date. of the first pubicai.on ol fIis
Notice of Administratior, Noember 4
1982. -
isrGLENDA JEFFCOAT
As Personal Represer.lat.ve or the
Estate ol Oils Jetlcoal. Jr Deceased
ROBERT M. MOORE,.
Attorney for Personal Reriresenialive
P. 0. Boy 248
Port St, Joe. Floriaa 32456
(904) 229 8181
21 1t.4


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


s Its President


sity, Tallahassee, and holds a
B.S. degree in Vocational
Home Economics and Mental
Retardation; a masters of
Education degree in Guidance
and Counseling. During her
enrollment at FAMU, Mrs.
Likely participated in Project
Upward. Bound for one year.
Mrs. Likely, a very active
participant in local and civic
organizations, was also the
recipient of a 1982 plaque for
the performance of outstand-
ing services rendered in estab-
lishing, and operating the Gulf
County Child Development
and Learning Center.
Mrs. Likely helped in the
establishment 46f the Activity
Center for Retarded Adults in


MRS. MINNIE LIKELY

1976 She initiated the sponsor-
ship of a community day care
center in 1980.
She has served in many
capacities and is affiliated
with numerous organizations
that include: Served as Secre-
tary for Gulf County Class-
room Teachers Association
for one year; Served as
Building Representative for
Gulf CTA for one year; Served
as Gulf County Special Olym-
pics Coordinator for two
years; Served as Junior Honor
Society Sponsor five years;
Member of Council for Excep-
tional Children; Member of
Gulf Classroom Teachers As-
sociation; Member of Veter-
ans of Foreign War Ladies
Auxiliary, No. 10,069 for two
years, served as secretary;
Member of Gulf County Asso-


ciation for Retarded Citizens,
past treasurer 'and board
member; Member of NAACP;
Member of Association for
Community Action; Member
of Gulf County Community
Development Corp., Board
member.

Mrs. Likely is also a mem-
ber of Philadelphia Primitive
Baptist Church; Sunday
School teacher for many
years; Vice-President of Flo-
rida State Primitive Baptist
Matrons; Director of Youth
and Young Adult Departments
of the church and serves as a
Church Trustee.
Mrs. Likely is the daughter
of Mrs. Dora Jones and the
late Mr. Waitus Jones. She is a
wife and mother. and is
married to Roy Likely of Port
St. Joe.


PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA 32401

P. 0. Box 246

,3303 West Highway 98

Phone 769-2381


* 25 years experience
In Appliance Repair
* AIR CONDITIONING
Central & Window


THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1982


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* HEATING: Nalural Gas,
Electric & Oil


PAGE THIRTEEN


- Public Notices -


* MAJOR APPLIANCES
All Major Models


* ELECTRICAL- PLUMBING REFRIGERATORS
and FREEZERS


A N I LS SERVICE COMPANY.
Phone 229-8416 Port St. Joe. Fla.


Saving money is a good reason for choosing Jim Walter as your builder, but
there are more, many more excellent reasons. We want you to know all of them.
We want to tell you about our custom-construction methods. We want you to
know about the quality of materials that we'll use. We want you to see the more
than twenty models from which you may choose. We want you to have all the
facts and figures before you decide. When you -have these facts, we believe
you'll choose Jim Walter. Call, stop by a display park or send the coupon to the
office nearest you.

EXAMPLE 20 YEAR FINANCING WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT
JIM WALTER'S 240 BORROWED 240
ANNUAL MONTHLY ANNUAL MONTHLY DIFFERENCE
CASH PERCENTAGE PAYMENTS PERCENTAGE PAYMENTS 20 YEARS
PRICE RATE OF RATE OFAPPROX. APPROX.
$25,000 10% $241.20 14% $310.00 $16,722
$30,000 10% $289.50 14% $373.00 $20,054
$35,000 10% $337.70 14% $435.00 $23,406
$40,000 10% $385.90 14% $497.00 $26,762

FINANCING OFFER SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE '


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I would like tro have more information anu te cost
of building on my property. I understand there would
U be no obligatolion to buy and that you would give me
I these facts free of charge.
* NAME
E ADDRESS
CITY STATE_ ZIP_'
Telephone (or neighbors)
If rural route please give directions U

I own property in County.

RMEMOMMEERNMEME


IN-o-os -u-M-m-Ea -E-a-E-m- -


Flora & Barnett Blackman

CARD.OF THANKS
Words cannot express how
thankful I am to all the people
of Port St. Joe who have been
so thoughtful and kind during
my illness. The many cards
and prayers were uplifting,
and made each day brighter.
May God bless you all.
Merle Davis


BRO. JERRY REGISTER


Nursery Provided


HOME APPLIANCE REPAIR


Coach Paul."Bear" Bryant can tell you ... building a winning football team is
sometimes a tough job. Building a new home on your property, however, may
be easier, and cost less than you think'... if you choose Jim Walter as your
builder. Jim Walter offers a 10% annual percentage rate financing for. his
customers. This, alone, will save you thousands and thousands of dollars
compared to today's much-higher interest rates. For example, financing a
$35,000 home with a 14% mortgage for 20-years, would cost you almost $23,500
MORE than you would pay for a home, with this same cash price, built and
financed by JimWalter at only 10% annual percentage rate. That's an amazing
$97.53 MORE you'll pay each month. Think what you could do with almost. $100
extra in your family budget every month. (Check the chart in this ad for more
comparisons). .
Then, to save you even more money, Jim Walter allows you to do some or all of
the inside finishing work in your home. Here's how it works: We'll build to
almost any stage, from the "shell" (unfinished inside) up to'90%'complete. At
this "most complete" stage, all you do is paint or paper walls, finish the trini,
install floor' covering of your choice, hook-up to outside utilities electric,
water, sewer and move in. If you want to save hundreds, perhaps even
thousands of extra dollars, do more of the inside finishing Work, such as wiring,
wallboardor paneling, inside doors and trim. The more you do for yourself, the
more money you'll save!


Choose from more than 20 models... Built on your property to almost any stage from the shell to 90% complete!



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CARD OF THANKS
We want to thank the Gulf
Pines Hospital staff, especial-
ly Dr. San Pedro for the care
and concern shown us while
Barnett was there.
St. Joe people are lucky to
have them. Also Dr. Joe
Hendrix, our friends and
relatives for the visits, calls,
cards, prayers, food and flow-
ers. We love you.


HIGHLAND VIEW


BAPTIST CHURCH

Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

Welcome Friend

SUNDAY SCHOOL . ....... .......... 9:45 A.M.;
WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M. &7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ........... 6:30 P.M-..
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McKenzie Baby Limas ........
Sea Treasure Fish Sticks .....
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10OOz. 8 90

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Kraft Squeeze Parkay .
Tropicana Orange Juice
IGA Cheese Singles ...
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lerit Beef Boneless Chuck Steak .... ..... L. $1.78
lerite Whole Lip-On Beef Ribeyes ....... $3.48
lerite Fresh Center Cut Pork Chops .......... $1.99'
lerite Beef Boneless Shoulder Roast ......... Lb. $1.58
lerite Beef Boneless Shoulder Steak ....... b. $1.98
es Smoked Boneless Party Ham Halves .L.... Lb. $2.48
nyland's Thin Sliced Bacon ......... .... .120.z $1.48
nyland Hot-Mild or Beef Sausage ... ...... Lb. $1.88
-:Smithfield Sugar Free Wieners ....... 12o-. $1.18
s Bologna, Salami or Spiced Loaf Power Pak ....... b $1.19
s Delicious Red Hots ............... 20 .o $1.88
Smithfield Hot or Mild Pork Sausage ....... Lb.$1.48
er Lean All Meat Beef Stew ............... $1.88
er Skinned & Deveined Sliced Liver ........ Lb. 68c


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School House Clock
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Get Your Card Punched
with Each $5 Purchase


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Golden Blend 25 Lb. Bag 9

Dog Food 2


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IGA A Gallon '

Ice Cream 99


Grade A Medium -Limit 2 Dozen

EGGS.


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YELLOW
ONIONS ...
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Red or Gold
APPLES ..
Ruby
GRAPEFRUIT


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PAGE SIXTEEN


THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla, THURSDAY. NOV. 11. 1982


FO R A LE 1 .A


AUITO. '


4 lots for sale in White City.
Has deep well & septic tank,
$4,500. Inquire on 6th St.,
White City, white & black
house. Itp 11-11
3.bdrm., 1 ba. house, low down.
payment, owner financing.
SCall Joe Davis, 227-1161, 85
p.m. tfc 10-28
Lot on Coronado St., bt. Joe
SBeach, 3 blocks off beach.
High and dry. 648-5994. tfc 10-8
2 bdrm., 1 ba., liv. rm., din.
:rm., den & kitchen on 2% lots,,
i=213 8th St., Port St. Joe.
r $27,500.00, owner financing.
Phone 1/900-244-5695. For
showing call 229"821. tfc 10-21.
Mexico Beach Duplex, 1
year old. Each apartment has
2iibdrm., 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.
tfe 10-21
Two bedroom block house in
Wewa. Call 648-8311 after 7:30
p.m. 8tp 11-4
75x715' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15

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



'-I

If an egg .;racks while hard-
cooking, immediately pour
a generous amount of salt
on the crack. It tends to
seal the crack, containing
the egg white within the
shell.


20' net boat. Call 229-8391 for
more information. 2tp 11-11
Doll furniture for sale. All
wood. See or call Odell
Roberts, Highland View. 557
2nd Ave. Phone 229-6775.
5tp11-11
16' boat with 40 h.p. motor,
and trailer. Call 648-5353.
Mobile home, 12x65' Flam-
ingo, has 3 bdrms., 1% baths.
Call648-5106. 3tcll -11
3 Piece Bedroom Suite, with'
usable box springs and mat-
tress. Call 648-8542after.5 p.m.
L210 tractor and' 5 im-.
plements, $5,000. Call 229-8829.
tfcll-11
School Surplus Property Bid
Sale. November 20, 1982, Port
St. Joe High School. Public
viewing 8:30 a.m. 1:00 p.mi.
Awards made after 1:30 p.m.
2tc11-11
Mobile Home: 12x55' in good
condition, partially furnished.
$3,000 firm. Call 229-8708 or
227-1327. tfc 8-12






Own Your Own Business!'
*Jean Shop *Children's Shop
*Dress Shop. Have your store
open before Thanksgiving!
$5,900 to $16,500. In-store train-
ing. Grand Opening. Fixtures
installed. Call right now! Mr.
Keathley at Prestige Fashion
501-329-8327. Itp 1-11-
NATION'S LEADERS
SINCE 1977 offers free-
brochure and information on
how you can open in 12 days
your own Jean, Children's or
Dress Store with ALL the top
brands. Call anytime 1-615-
552-0762. Fla. I.D. no. 125.


House for rent at Jones
Homestead. Call 227-1674. ltp
2 bedroom trailer at Mexico
Beach, call after '6 p.m.,
227-1420. Itp 11-11
Furnished 2 bedroom house
on Canal St., 1st block from
Hwy. 98, St. Joe Beach. $150
per month. Can be seen Sat.,
Nov. 13. Itc 11-11
Available soon: Commer-
cial building on Reid Ave. For
more information clal 229-6374
after 5 p.m. tfc 11-4
1 bdrm. beachside apart-
ments (utilities paid) at'
Beacon Hill. Also travel
trailer spaces and 1 mobile
home space. Call 648-8398.
tfc10-7
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. 229-6105.
Fully furnished one
bedroom cottage, glassed in
porch, available now. Come
see at 207 Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach or phone 648-8918.
tfc 9-16


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


ERA PARKER REALTY


ON CHIPOLA RIVER. Cozy 2 story cottage.
3 bdrms., 2 ba., completely furnished. Lg.
lot, 84' on river, chain link fenced back yard.
- Land's Landing.,


MEXICO BEACH. Perfect home for young or
old. Beautifully decorated with all extras &
comforts. 3 bdrms., 2 ba., great rin.
w/fireplace, din; rm., well equipped kit., laun-
dry rm., carpet, ceiling fan, cen. h&a/c,
Z'scrbened porch & more. Lg. shaded corner
lot, chain link fence, walking distance to
- beach. Virginia Ave.

WETAPPO LOTS
BEACHSIDE LOTS'& HOUSES

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


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


(OUTSIDE
FLORIDA)l


200' FROM GULF at Mexico Beach. 2 bdrm.,
' 2V ba. townhouses. Kitchens, European
style cabinetry in kitchen/bath. Sundecks,
cen. h/a. Financing to. qualified buyers.
$79,500. Terms, 25% down balance 12% in-
terest. 42hd Street.


MEXICO BEACH. A GULF VIEW is what you
have with this beautiful 2-story, 4 bdrm., 2
ba. unfurnished home on Hwy. 98. Lots of
room and extras.



RENTALS
SALES
MINI WAREHOUSE STORAGE


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


Garage Sale: Nov. 12-13,
working 9-5. Come and buy
large selection from furniture
to Avon bottles. 2010 Monu-
ment. 1tp 11-11
Yard Salei Giant yard sale,.
Sea St.,Mexico Beach, Satur-
day, 8 till, electric heater, new
& used toys. Christmas decor-
ations, all clothes, all sizes.
Garage Sale: 815 Marvin,
Ave., (Gladys' Brown's), Sat.,
Nov. 13, 9 till 2. Boat, trailer,
bed & mattress, lots of
bargains.


Yard Sale: Fri., Nov. 12
from 9:00 a.m. till 3:30 p.m. 3
families. 2111 Juniper Ave.,
across from St. Joe Elemen-
tary School. Clothes, shoes,
toys, plants, bicycle & other
misc. items. Both new and us-
ed articles. All items priced to
go quick!
Garage Sale: Sat., Nov. 13,
follow signs off 19th St., Mex-
ico Beach. Clothes, carpet,
furniture, misc.
Garage Sale: Fri., Nov. 12,8
until, 111 Monica Dr., Ward
Ridge.
Yard Sale: Friday and
Saturday, no sales before; 9
a.m. All sorts 'of bargains.
Rain cancels. 1001 Woodward
Ave. *'.
6 Family Yard Sale: Corner
of Bay & Georgia St., St. Joe
Beach. Sat., Nov. 13, 8 to3.
Garage Sale: Sat., Nov. 13, 8
a.m. to 1 p.m., 1616 Palm
Blvd. Dishes, games, toys,
clothes, & misc. .
Yard Sale: Thurs., Nov. 11th
& Fri., Nov. 12th. St. Joe
Beach on corner of Georgia
Ave. & Cortez St. Lots of good
bargains, household items,
clothes, etc.
Yard Sale: Sat., Nov. 13..
1216 Long Ave. 3 bedroom
suites (with canopy), crib, car
.seat; walker, end tables,
household goods, 2 sewing
machines, 1 Singer
Touchtronic 2100 and much
more!


Another' exciting. and
unusual garage sale '-at
Virginia Arnold's home, 110
Sunset Circle (near the hospi-
tal). A variety of items for
sale especially clothing at low,
low prices. 2 'families. Sat.,
Nov. 13, 8 a.m. to 3 pm.
Rummage Sale: Week of
Nov. 8-13, from 9 to 5. Flea
Market Bulding, Reid Ave.
Sponsored by the Art Guild.
All proceeds go to Activity
Center for Retarded Adults.
1975 22' center console
Apollo Sports .Fisherman
boat; 1977 115 i.p. Mercury
outboard motor with power
trim; ,1977 Tandem axle
trailer. Call 229-6787.

"A man has not seen a,
thing who has not felt it."
Henry David Thoreau


1978 GMC 4-wheel drive
truck. Take over payments,
good condition. See or call
Jerry Gainous, 227-1260.
tfc11-11
1974 Chevrolet, good run-
ing condition. $600. Call
229-8457. 2t 11-11
1978 Ford pickup, green,
$400. Runs good. Call Ricky at
229-8852. Itp 11-11
1969 Chrysler New Yorker,
p.St p.b., p. windows & seats,
30,000 original miles, garage
kept, mint condition. Must see
to :appreciate. $1,500. Call
648r8428. i 1t11-11


Extra clean, good cond., '75
Lincoln Continentl dr.
townca a eer tfior,
powef e ehin a/c,
am/f 4o j -belted
tires, aM i $750.00. Call
227-1133-or 229-8641 after 6
ip.m. 2tc 11-11
1974 Ford Courier pick-up
truck, am/fm 8-track, good
cond. 648-5016, after 7:00,
648-5264. 2tp11-4
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. 2tc11-4




INVITATION TO BID
Arthur Pew Construction
Co., Inc. will be bidding the
Wastewater Treatment Plant
and Pumping Station, Port St.
Joe, Florida, November 15,
1982 at 2:00 p.m. We will be ac-
cepting quotes from specialty
sub-contractors and MBE con-
tractors. Call Blake Traylor at
-404-449-3706. EOE. ltc 11-11
C The V.F.W. Post 10069, John
C. Gainous holds its meeting
'every second Tuesday and the
fourth Thursday at Motel St.
Joe at 7:30 p.m. tfc 11-4
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 11-4
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 com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. Every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
-B. F. NUNNERY, W.M .
J. P. Cooley, Sec.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-:
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.


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
hood. Chain link
backyard. $33,500.00.


good neighbor-
fence' around


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

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

3 bdrm., 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
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M,T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
SHALLOW 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 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day

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



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
S 410 Reid Avenue


LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
Carpet Upholstery
Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Ldcally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447'
tfcll-4

AVON To Buy or Sell
Call Mrs. L. Z., Henderson
Group Sales Leader
227-1281
tfc 8-26
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
HEATH T.V. REPAIR
Color specialists
Call 227-1782
If no answer call
229-6201
4tp 10-21

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

Monthly fee includes ALL
required tax forms.

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

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


NOW OPEN

ANN'S PLACE of
CAKES, CRAFTS, FRAMES, PAINTINGS
& ART SUPPLIES
Magellan Street St. Joe Beach Phone 648-5258
t .. i / *c'111




T. he Sewig Room1
410 A Reid Avenue
9 Port St. Joe, Florida or

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"




TAFLINGER PAINTING
(Interior and Exterior)
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS
SWILL COOL MOBILE HOMES15-20%
FOR FREE ESTIMATE
Call 229-8977


REEVES FURNITURE & \

, REFINISHING SHOPPE \
1014 Garrison Ave. 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


Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720
CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
Psychological Services for-
anyone with problems in day- O
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)

St. Joseph Bay
Constructfoq
* Residential
* Commercial





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



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

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




ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS,
227-1689

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

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


"I think it was something I ate."



kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


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


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* Mexico Beach, Fla.


406 7th Street


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

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

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


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