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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1982
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880


FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 12


THE STAR


Industry -Deep Water Port---Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1982


S.. MTIDedicated


Belin Hints More Development to Come


One of the largest coal handling
facilities in the southern United States
went on stream yesterday (Wednes-
day). during dedication ceremonies
attended by several hundred guests and
dignitaries of several giant firms in the
southern United States and Japan.
The 47-acre Material Transfer, Inc,
terminal, located on the Gulf County
Canal here in Port St. Joe, is capable of
handling 9 million tons of coal annually.
Initially, the plant will handle some 3
million tons a year for Seminole
Electric Cooperative.
Some 200 people gathered under a
giant tent which had been spread to


ward off the elements to hear Erik F.
Johnsen, president of International
Shipholding Corporation, the parent
company of MTI; his brother, N. W.
Johnsen, chairman of the firm; Takeshi
Inouye and Shigeru Gohda managing
director and executive vice-president of
Sumitomo Heavy Industries, issue
statements of satisfaction over the
relationship formed by the new firm.
While most of the several speakers
were pointing their remarks at the
accomplishments and the future of the
particular transportation conglomerate
which had been put together to handle
coal 'shipments, beginning in Mt.


Vernon, Indiana, to Florida furnaces,
Jake C. Belin, Chairman of the Board
and President of St. Joe Paper
Company was piquing the interest of
people of the Port St. Joe area by
pledging his company's present aim to
develop the Port St. Joe area even more
in the very near future.
In his speech, Belin stated, This is
only the first step toward developing
the deep water port and inland
waterway shipment facilities of Port St.
Joe. Belin pointed out that his firm had
set aside property along the canal and
the Bay to enlarge on the transportation
(Continued On Page 6)


P. W. Shelfer, President, Seminole Electric Coop., Jake General Manager of Seminole Electric, cut ribbon dedicating
C. Belin, Chairman and President of St. Joe Paper Company MTI facility here Wednesday. -Star photo
and William C. Walbridge, executive vice-president and


Men Acquitted of Poaching
Two.;Wewahitchka men were ac- deer meat to undercover members of fine. Two
quitted of poaching and selling game in the Game and Fresh Water Fish Corn- McDaniel
their second trial of the year Tuesday of mission. The two operators, Robert entered gui
this week. Whiting and Patrick Weaver assumed awaiting se
Lester B. Gortman, Jr., and the names of Bobby McGee and Nick Public
Charles Melvin, were found not guilty Hall, in their attempt to catch the two fended the
of the charges by a jury, after having and three other men for selling the and used th
their trial end by a hung jury earlier in game .. get hisclie
the year. Richard Wade was convicted of the ued to ham
Gorbnan and Melvin were charged charges in a June trial and was sentenc- Game and
with poaching and selling alligator and ed to four years probation and a $1,500 (Co


Charge
other defendants, Dixie
and Mark Yoder have
Ity pleas in the case and are
.ntence.
Defender Fred Witten de-
two trial subjects Tuedday
ie defense of entrapment to
nts acquitted. Witten contin-
mer at the theme that if the
Fish representatives hadn't
ntinued On Page 6)


Commission Gets Bad News


Two pieces of bad news hit between the eyes Tuesday
the City Commission right night.



PaperMill Closing

Down for Holiday
An announcement received this week from the
management of St. Joe Paper Company, stated the local
mill will suspend operations Saturday of, this week in
observance of the Thanksgiving holidays and for
inventory adjustments.
The announcement said the mill would resume
operations on Monday, November 29, giving the mill
eight days of down time.
Employee work schedules will be posted on the
bulletin board by department superintendents.
^ .::', ^


Left to right,.-Charles Parker, vice-presi-
dent, Mark Foster, President and Rella


Wexler, secretary.


First, Pat Mahoney, Com-
mercial Manager for the St.
Joseph Telephone and Teleg-
graph Company told the City
their engineers had just learn-
ed of a problem which would
cost the City money.
Mahoney said the present
fire alert system, which has 13
telephones on one line in the
homes of firemen, all of which
ring at once when someone
calls in a fire alarm, would not.
work in conjunction with the.
new switchboard system be-
ing installed by the compatly.
"Our engineers have stu-
died the problem at length and
find there is just no way to
make the two systems work
together", Mahoney said. The
Commercial Manager then


Mexico Beach Chamber


Installs New Officer Slate


The Mexico Beach. Chamber of Com-
merce installed a new slate of officers
Monday,. at a dinner meeting held in' the
newly expanded Chamber Building at the
beach community.
Mark Foster was installed to his second
year as head of the Chamber with Charles
Parker to serve as vice-president, Mrs. Rella
Wexley, secretary .and .Mrs. Sonny Young,
treasurer;
The new officer slate replaces Foster,
who served as president last year, Gayle
Foster, vice-president; Marion Cathey, trea-
surer; Reva Reyberg, corresponding secre-
tary and Rella Wexler, secretary.
: The dinner meeting was the first general'
meeting to be held in the newly expanded
Chamber of Commerce building, which still
isn't finished. According to chamber officers,


the organization is completing the building as
they have money available on a "pay as you
go" basis,
After his installation, Foster told the 65
members and guests present that the beaches
area had experienced a year which was "off a
little" from the previous year's summer
tourist business. "We had such competition as
the World's Fair and a lot of rain, but we'll do
better next year". Foster called on the
Chamber members to unite in their efforts to
promote Mexico Beach and its tourist
business.
Foster appointed Charles Parker as
chairman of the business community; Betty
Herrington as chairman of the bingo
committee and said he would appoint a
chairman of the civic action committee at a
later date.


went on to outline an a lern-
tive whi uld alloW & e .
2peo aced" one ath of Office Administered to Comimissioners
line and the voice quality .
better than the old system. Tuesday evening, Clerk of' the' Court, Jerry Gates ceremony. Owens was named as vice-chairman.
The problem? The new administered the oath of office to Everett Owens, Jr., and As his first act under the new position, Branch named
system would cost the City an Doug Birningham as they started a four year term of office. Birmingham to oversee the Road Department operations;
estimated $330.00 a month and Both men had their wives hold a Bible on which they swore to Commissioner Jimpmy Gortman to guide the Health
the present system costs uphold the laws of the county and the state in performing Department, Ambulance service and old Courthouse building
$126.44 per month. their duties. Owens is shown in the center and Birmingham in Wewahitchka; Commissioner Eldridge Money, Port St.
Mahoney said there are at right. Joe Health Department and Ambulance service; Owens,
other alternatives to the sys- Veteran County Commissioner Billy Branch was named Mosquito Control and Branch assumed the duties of
tem he had outlined but went chairman for. the coming year immediately following the monitoring the Courthouse and its offices.
on to explain how his sugges- -Star phot
tion was the best and most -
economical way for the City to
go in its fire department alert
sys temi
(Continued On Page 6)


Special

Services

Sunday
Port St. Joe's Ministerial
Association will be spon-
soring a community
Thanksgiving religious
service Sunday evening in
the Commons Area of Port
St. Joe High School.
The special religious ser-
vice will be open to all
denominations, and most
churches in the Port St. Joe
vicinity are suspending
their own evening services
so their members may
participate in the unified
activities.
Rev. John Stuart, pastor
of the Presbyterian Church'
will be bringing the mess-
age thought and the Bryan
College Singers will be
performing .in the pro-
gram.
I


School Board Re-organization for A New Year


Three members of the Gulf County School Board were
administered their oaths of office Tuesday morning in a
ceremony officially embarking them on a four year term of
responsibility.
In the photo above, new board members Gene Raffield,
Ted Whitfield and Oscar Redd, from left to right, along with
their wives, take the oath of office as it is administered by


3 Dead Lakes Gates


The Dead Lakes water management commit-
tee has replaced three of four drainage system
gates at the south end of the Lakes; after they were
removed early this year to protect them from
vandals.
Jim Bozeman, member of the committee said
the gates were installed by the County Road
Department equipment, following an order issued
two weeks ago by Circuit Judge. Larry Bodiford.
Replacement of the gates had been agreed to
in the late summer as a condition' to cessation of
litigation until state agencies could give an answer
on whether or not to allow the Dead Lakes
committee to remove the dam at the south end of
the lakes.
The argument over whether or not to allow the
lakes to drain or contain them with the dam arose
after a year-long drought caused a water crisis
downriver from the Lakes, after which the
drainage gates were removed.'


The gates were installed to regulate the level
of water in the lakes in an attempt to control water
weeds.
SYSTEM DOESN'T WORK
"The thing doesn't work", Bozerlan told The
Star Tuesday. "The drawdown system will not
allow the Lakes to be drained low enough to kill the
weeds or get the silt out.". Bozeman went on to
point out that with the gates out, nobody could get
a boat into the lakes and the weeds weren't being
killed. Nobody benefitted".
Bozeman said, "Biologists tell us we would
need to be able to lower the Lakes six feet more
than we can with the drawdown structure to be
able to do any good at killing the weeds which are
choking the lake". The committee member said if
something isn't done, the Dead Lakes are going to
have an apt name.
"The landowners who have property around
the Lake have promised to come up with an


of the Court, Jerry Gates.
immediately after the swearing in, the Board met '
a new chairman for the coming year, and named Ted '
eld to the post. Whitfield is starting on his first four
erm, after completing two years on the board. He was
d to the post to fill-a vacancy left by the resignation of
th Whitfield two years ago. -Star photo



replaced

alternative to removing the dam entirely, but so.
far they haven't presented us with any ideas",:
Bozeman said.
Speaking for the committee he said, "We want
to bring the Lakes back to life, but we don't want to
burden the average tax payer with a large bill td'
do it. If the land owners can come up with: a
solution, fine. If not, we see no other alternative
but to remove the dam to do what we have been
advised has to be done in order to restore 'the
Lakes to their former productivity", Bozeman:
said.
The spokesman said he had no doubts but what
the dam would be removed by the committee;
provided the State agencies give their permission
to do so.
Bozeman said the committee is expecting an:
answer from the state agencies by late January:
"Until that time, unless St. Joe Paper calls us with
water problems, we will do nothing".


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Editorials and Opinions
*-


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY. NOV. 11, 1982


Nation, Flag Deserve



^ Our Allegiance


S We get many articles across our
desk here at The Star and periodic-
j ally dig through them for an idea or
two. On Veterans Day, last Thurs-
x day, a tour through these pieces
-turned up a column by Charley
Reese on pledging allegiance. We
,- don't know who Charley Reese is or
what newspaper he writes for, since
the piece we have is a photo copy of
just his column which somebody
brought by and left with us.
Failure to pledge allegiance
seems to be the thing to do 0oby
everyone who feels they may have
an axe to grind with our nation or
feel they have been denied some-
thing by somebody down the road.
Reese points out that a person
'. who fails to pledge allegiance to his
,- flag and his country for these
reasons "deserves to have his
bottom kicked out of the country."
Mostly, we feel, those who fail to
g pledge allegiance are angry at some
political leader or leaders, some rule
or law, Congress, the courts, the
President, the Governor or some
other person or ruling. This particu-
lar writer points out the pledge is not
'to make your filiality known to these
persons or things. The pledge is just
what it says: the flag and the
republic.
-..---.- Reese asks a pertinent question
,e:when he queried, "What individual
can provide for himself any of the
rights guaranteed by the constitu-
Sti6? Not a single one."
One of our pet peeves is to be in a
gathering and see some person -
-usually stuck right out in front of
everybody fail to stand at
attention and repeat the pledge to
,< ^ .'


the flag when it is given. If it were
any other country, except this one
and maybe a half dozen others, he orf
she would be thrown in jail and no.
questions asked if they failed to
pledge their loyalty to the nation and
its flag. This is one of the few nations
in the world where a person can get
away with tacitly saying, "I am your
enemy". To us,; failure to pledge
allegiance to the flag and nation- is
saying just that.
Of course, what brought all this'
on was the advent of Veterans Day
last Thursday. Even in that solemn
ceremony in front of the City .Hall
Thursday morning, a small sprink-
ling of the people there didn't face
the flag and pledge their allegiance
when the opportunity was offered.
We thought it was ironic that a
person should be ,present at a
ceremony to honor our nation's
patriots and still fail to pledge their
allegiance.
In Reese's column, a particular.
paragraphs says: "You hear people,
less rich than they would like to be,
whine and complain and talk
nonsense about the 'absence' of
justice and rights. They are fools.
They blame the nation for not
handing them what it is their,
responsibility to provide for them-'
selves and they exercise the very
rights they claim they don't have
when they complain and sue and
demonstrate."
Reese summed up his words by.
saying: "On planet earth nothing is
provided without cost. This land is
ours as long as we can keep it. Our
life goes its natural way as long as
we protect it."


One of the big fears these days is
uiinlear war. Nuclear war, whether
. is from the old fashioned "dirty
ombs" or the new-fangled "clean"
bombs, would still be hell. There is
i.'other way to describe it.
- .Even so, there is a fear about
this type warfare which is causing
us fears we shouldn't have. We think
an article in the November "Read-
er's Digest" should be must reading
for everyone; especially in these
days of public furor concerning the
question before Congress of whether
or not to propose a freeze on nuclear
weapons with Russia.
We should approach the matter"
with logic and knowledge rather
than just give in to fear.
The article goes into the results
of atomic bomb explosions in great


'detail 'and gives an explicit ac<
Sof what to .expect from at
warfare.
While the devastation and 1o

lives from the explosion would
horrifying, the same results cou
expected from the capability t
days to deliver conventional e
sions. The fallout and its danger
the most over-rated parts of
atomic scare. According to
article, most of the people in J
would have suffered no side ef
at all if they had merely known
should wash off the ash which fi
their bodies. It would have been
simple.
Get the article and read it.
if it doesn't change your mind a
the. question of the atomic I
freeze, you will at least have a b
knowledge of the problem.


A MAN'S WORLD





*/.IL* BY SHAD PHANTWY


I have spent a lifetime
studying- heroes, real and
fictional. In the past few years
real heroes have been, well,
my favorite heroes When I
was' younger it was' the
cowboys, Roy Rogers, Gene
Autry' and a multitude of
others. As I grew older the
fantasy began to fade and I
became more interested in
real-life heroes. Today it has
to be a" "heck-of-a-hero" to
really get my attention.
Arland Williams and Lenny
Skutnik are real-life heroes.
Mr. William s is he man that,
authorities feel certain, gave
up the lifeline to other passen-
gers, only to perish himself, in
the icy waters of the Potomac
River when Air Florida flight
No. 90 crashed there last
winter. Mr. Skutnik is the
brave lad who dived into the
icy waters to save the woman
who was sure to drown when
she fell from the helicopter
line on her way to safety.
Any tragedy-is awful, to say
the least. The Air Florida
crash brought drama, in real



Letters
t-o ithe
Editor


Says Waste

of Taxes
Dear Sir:
SLately I have read several
newspaper articles concern-
ing encroachment on public
onraertv-i the n.ubhlic's rilht In


p -\ p Iy, me puuij s ignL LO
use public property, the State
of Florida purchasing more
property 'for public use; the
State of Florida ordering a
road that has been used by the
public for more than 58 years
count to be destroyed. Now I have
.learned that a local attorney
omic has applied for a permit from
the Department of Natural
OSS of Resources to construct a
Id be private multi-family dwelling
ld be on the right of way of U.S.
these Highway 98, (State Road 30).
If this permit is granted by the
'xplo- Governor and Cabinet at their
rs are meeting on November 16,1982,
f the a precedent will be set by the
the State of Florida allowing
private construction to take
apan place upon public road right of
afects way. I cannot help but wonder
they who is supposed to protect the
ell on property belonging to the
that public (you and me) from
being confiscated by private
individuals and diverted to
Even private use.
bout
bo mb A few years ago a Gulf
omb. County official brought to the
letter attention of the Gulf County
Commission that fact that


life, into our living rooms. It
also brought heroes before our
eyes; not only the two afore-
mentioned gentlemen but the
helicopter crew that risked
their lives to help rescue the
few fortunate survivors of that
terrible crash.
I,' like many Americans,
have.always dreamed of being
a real-life, living hero. How-
ever, wanting to be one and
actually being one, I find, is a.
horse' of a different color.
After viewing the heroic deeds
of Mr. Williams and Mr.


Skutnik many times, I have
given much thought as to
whether I would want to be a
herb or not. Rest assured, I
have now resigned myself to
the fact that I would never
want to be faced with that
unlikely prospect.
It is much easier to compare
myself with Lenny Skutnik
because his heroic deed was
well 'documented. I have
watched the film over and
over and each time it looks so
easy. When the woman fell, he
immediately threw off, his


there were several instances
of private buildings located on
public property in this county.
The"'County Commission of
Gulf County refused to do
anything about the encroach-
ments on public property.-
I personally have come to
the conclusion that it is a
waste of taxpayers money for
the government, State, Fe-
deral or County to buy addi-
tional public lands when. they
will not protect the public
property they already, own
from private encroachment..
Sally Malone.


Monday, November 22
Fiestada, tossed salad,
green peas, cookies and milk.
Tuesday, November 23
Sliced turkey, turnips with


coat, dived into the water and
proceeded to swim. her to
safety. The feat was much
more a mental deed than a
superior physical accomplish-
ment, except for the fact that
the water was extremely cold.
That, however, is where the
act of heroism. lies.
After much thought and
intrbspeciton I have asked
myself many times, "Would I
have done what Lenny Skutnik
did if faced with the exact
same situation?" It is very
hard to .admit, but the re-
sounding answer is- NO! I
believe I would have reasoned
too much; the icy water, the
snow, the devastating crash
just yards away and the many
other negative odds. It's a
shame, to me, because I would
probably have lived-the rest of
my life recounting that inci-
dent and wishing 'that' I could
have performed the deed and,
more than being a hero, would


roots, mashed potatoes and
gravy, rolls and milk.
Wednesday, November 24
School Dismissed Early, No
Lunch Will Be Served


have saved a person's life.
It all seems so simple, yet if
a person really thinks about
all that is involved and is
faced at the crucial time, one
might wonder, as I have, what
would I have done? I would
like to think (and hope) that I,
too, would be a hero. As I see it
now, from a careful, analyti-
cal, distant view, I would not
have been.
There are many things for
us to be thankful for in this
life. We can be thankful that
we were not among the
passengers that perished in
that tragic crash. We should
be grateful just to be alive and
have the chance to accomplish
something in this short time
we have here.
It is also fitting and proper
that we be thankful for men
like Lenny Skutnik and Arland
Williams. In the final analysis,
I don't think that I have the
"stuff" to be a hero.
Thank God for heroesM!!


Thursday, November 25
THANKSGIVING Holiday
Friday, November 26
THANKSGIVING Holiday
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability,
of foods.

Senior Citizens
Board Meeting
The Board of Directors of
the Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Association will meet.
Monday, November 22, at 4:00
p.m. ET in the Senior Center.


Miami Is Part of FloridaDefinitely Not Affected by Slump in Construction


I'M JUST GETTING back into the
swing of things after taking off a couple
of days two weeks ago and going to
Miami to the annual League of Cities
meeting.
Not only was I forced to go to
Miami for four days, I also had to leave
: things here undone for those four days
-while I was away. After I got back,
therewas catching up to do.. I'm not
very good at just staying even and when
I get behind, I get all discombobulated.
-When it comes to hurrying up, I'm
definitely not your man. I have a pace.
If I have enough to keep the pacte, I'm
all right. IfI get too much for that pace,
or not enough to maintain it, I'm in
trouble and it takes a while to get things
back to normal again.
"'...: 4++ +
EVEN WITHOUT THAT problem,
: it would take a while to get back to
fnormial, even if one had three or four.
gears, after a trip to Miami.
Our last trip to Miami was right in
the heart of downtown. I had never been
in downtown Miami before, even
though I have been there about four
times to .League of Cities conventions.


In the past they have always been in the.
beaches and resort areas, of greater
Miami, Miami Beach, Hollywood, Bal.
Harbour, etc.: but, never in Miami...
until this time.


We stayed in the Dupont Plaza,
right across the street from the 25 acres
Mr. Ball owned in the heart of the city.
It's a big parking lot.
I asked,' but found out the Dupont
Plaza doesn't belong to our du Pont
company up here. It isn't even related.
The hotel even spells its name different
- Dupont as opposed to-du Pont for
the company:


IT WOULD SEEM THERE is no,
recession in Florida's largest city,.:
Commerce was definitely in high
gear. Within a block of where we were
staying, there were four high rise


buildings going up. Right across the'
street from the Dupont Plaza, on the far
edge of the Ball property,. Southeast
Banks was putting up a 53 story
building, working seven days a week,'
24 hours a day. ,
The Mayor of Miami said there was'
currently $2 billion worth of major
construction going on in the heart of
Miami at that moment. They expected
more to begin next year.


There was Frenchie and I, Bill
Fleming and Betty Ruth, Alton Fennell
and Minnie, Benny Roberts and Al Ray
at the convention, which was held in the
new Hyatt Convention center' just


completed on the next corner from the
Dupont Plaza. The street which ran
between the two buildings, crossed the
Miami River with a drawbridge which
looked like the Highland View Ibridge
right at the rear of the Hotel and
Convention Center. Every so often two
tug boats would come by, towing a ship
up the river to the port. One tug would
be pulling and another would be tied on
to the other end, guiding. The ships


were pulled up the river backward.
Can you imagine a couple of
tugboats pulling a ship through the
Highland View bridge? They- were
doing it in Miami.
+++
ACTING ON ADVICE from Ferrell
Allen and Jim Harrison, we walked
about seven .blocks on Friday night to
eat supper in a particular Cuban
restaurant. We got caught after dark
down there and had some misgivings
about walking the streets back to the
hotel, but there was no problem
whatever. We walked down Biscayne
Boulevard just like we did it every day
and came back to the hotel without an
incident.
The only thing scary about the walk
was the fact that the businesses along
the way, which weren't banks, put iron
grids across their fronts when they
closed at night. That didn't exactly say,
"Welcome to our sidewalks, country
boys".
THE MEETINGS SHUT down
about 4:30 each evening and Saturday
evening, I was sitting on the dock


behind the hotel watching the boats go
up and down the Miami River, when lo
and behold, here came a Customs boat,
then a Police boat, then a border patrol.
They were just cruising and checking
boats as they came into and left the
river. A Customs boat came up behind
one particular pleasure boat and blew
his siren. The operator of the boat
apparently didn't know what it was all
about and just kept going. The Customs
agent let him know he meant for the
boat to stop, firmly but gently, don't
you know.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON was
free until the installation banquet
Saturday night, so what with FSU and
Miami playing a little football in the
Orange Bowl, Bill, Benny, Alton and Al
decided to try to get in the Orange Bowl
to watch the game. I was chicken. It
looked like it was going to begin pouring
down rain just any minute, so I headed
for the hotel room to watch the game
on TV.
The only rain which fell in the
Orange Bowl that afternoon fell on
Miami.


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


is feet above or below the
mean water line.


Nov. 18
Nov. 19
Nov. 20
Nov.21
Nov. 22
Nov. 23
Nov. 24


High Ht. Low
1038
32 1.6 1124
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George Toole and Fred Kleeb, both veterans, present
the colors at Veterans Day ceremonies in front of City Hail.

School Board Slates

Surplus Property Sale


Trampolines, television.
sets, typewriters, tools, books,
ranges, desks, tables, record
players, copiers, and many
other items have been de-
clared surplus by the Gulf
County School .Board : All
*.items will be available for
public- viewing during the
hours of 8:30 a.m. and 1:001
p.m. on Saturday, November
:20, in the Commons Area at
Port St. Joe High School.
( Interested persons may pick
up an information bid sheet
from the School Board office.,
Contact Temple Watson, Mon-
day-Friday, during the week
of November 15. Information
bid sheets may be obtained at


Port St. Joe High School on the
day of the sale. .Successful
bidders will be announced'.
beginning at 1:30 p.m. and the
items may be paid for .and
removed.
, Monies received will be used
to assist the band program.
Monies received for items,
partially funded by PTA
groups will be returned to
those organizations.
All items will be sold' as,
seen. Many items are in
excellent condition and many
are in various states of
disrepair.
Makeyour plans to attend
early and to purchase items to
benefit the band program.


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Veterans of Foreign Wars
concentrated on honoring Gulf
County veterans of the Viet-
nam War in their most ambi-
tious undertaking for observ-
ing Veterans Day last Thurs-
day here in Port St. Joe.
One of the Vietnam veter-
ans,. Clifford Sims, was par-
ticularly remembered a.> a
Medal of Honor. winner in the
war.,
As the .highlight of the
observance, which, started
with a parade up Reid Avenue,
ending in front of the City
Hall, was a short memorial
and dedication ceremony in
front of City Hall where a
plaque was dedicated to the
Vietnam War dead and placed
in front of the flag pole at the
City Hall.
Names placed on the me-
morial were those of Captain
Moulton L. Freeman, PFC
John C. Gainous, SP4 Calvin
K. Graeser, Sgt. Fred E.
Land, S-Sgt. Clifford C. Sims,
and PFC James F. Tindell.
The ceremony started with
a prayer by Rev. Howard
Browning, Pastor of the First
Baptist Church, followed by a
welcome by Mayor Frank
Pate, who read a resolution
OBITUARIES:"


William Otto Lister, 71, died
last Wednesday at Bay Me-
morial Medical Center follow-
ing a brief illness. He was a
resident of Wewahitchka for
the past 50 years. He was of
the Baptist faith and was an
employee of St. Joe Paper
Company for 28 years before
retiring in 1973.
Survivors include: one son,,
William Terry Lister Lister,of Pana-
ma City,;" three daughters,
Donnie Jean Zedaker of Talla-
hassee, Irene,Estep of Orlan-
do, and Rhonda Daniel, of
Panama City; one sister,
Nellie M. Lister of Wewahitch-
ka; 12 grandchildren; four
great grandchildren; one
daughter-in-law, Jessie Mae
Lister of Panama City; three
sons-in-law, Dal, Zedaker, of
STallahassee, Sonny Estepv of
Orlando, and Dean Daniel of
Panama City.

Funeral Rites

for DaveWall
Dave Wall of Port St. Joe,
Sppssed away Saturday, Nov.
,13, in Port St. Joe, following a
long illness. He was a native of
Okaloosa Co., Ala., and lived
in Port St. Joe since 1929. "
Survivors include :his wife, I
Mrs. Fammie H. Wall, Port'
St., Joe; three stepchildren,
Oscar. Jones and Rose M.
Gathers, both of Port St Joe,
and Henry Bouie, Jr,., Apa-
lachicola; nine grandchild-
ren; 'and three great grand-
children.
Funeral services were held
at 2:00 PM EST Wednesday,
Nov. 17, at New Bethel AME
Church, conducted by the Rev.
J. W. Williams. Interment
followed in Forest Hill Ceme-
tery.'

Beulah Williams

Died Monday
Mrs. Beulah Lee Williams. of
Port St. Joe, died Monday
night, .Nov. 15, in Gulf Pines
Hospital, following a short,
illness.. She was a native :of
Georgia, and came to Port St.
Joe in 1941..
Survivors include a number
of cousins, nieces, and ne-
phews. .
Funeral services are incom-
plete and will be announced,
later by Comforter Funeral
Home.


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passed by the City Commis-
sion, commemorating the
Vietnam War dead. "
Warrant Officer Frank No-
vosel of Fort Rucker, Dothan,
Alabama, gave a short ad-
dress, describing the action
in which S.Sgt. Clifford Sims
earned his Medal of Honor.
Seated in the viewing stand
adjacent to Novosel, was
Sims' father, listening intently
to the description of the
incident in which Sims threw
himself on an exploding booby
trap to save his platoon.
Novosel, pointed out that in
history, over 39 million Amer-
icans have participated in this
nation's wars so that it can
continue the pursuit of free-
dom, which he termed, "an
unfinished business".
Others,, on the program
included the Port St. Joe High
School Band, the Apalachicola
High School Band, Mrs. Dave
Fernandez, who sang two
patriotic songs, George Coo-
dy, William J. Rish who
developed the theme, "Praise
God for America" andVFW
Commander Bill Schlickman,
who served as master of
ceremonies.


Funeral services were held
at 2:00 p.m. CST Friday at the.
First Baptist Church of Wewa-
hitchka with Rev. Richard
Bloodworth officiating. Inter-
ment followed in Jehu Ceme-
tery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funer-
al Home, Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1982 PAGE THREE

I" tl B Parent Teacher Fellowship


Vets Honor


Vietnam Dead


Warrant Officer Novosel describes the. action which
earned Clifford Sims his Medal of Honor, while his father,
James Sims, listens intently at left. ---Star photos



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They will also sing under the
direction of Mrs. Jan Richard-
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Christian. Rev. Fred Goebert,
principal, will speak to the
parents following the pro-
gram.


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A short,play on the first
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Port St.


Receives

prt St. Joe Jr.-Sr. -High
School's Band of Gold traveled
to 'Panama City Saturday to
participate in the Northwest
Flrfda Marching Contest and
! brought home a Superior
rating, The Superior rating is
the highest award possible.
A field of three judges gave


Joe Jr.-Sr. High School's "Band of Gold"


Superior Rating


the "Band of Gold" straight
Superiors in both inspection
and the execution of their field
show, at. Tommy Oliver
Stadium. -
The band is under the direc-
tion of Band Director, Wayne
Land, with majorettess
directed by Cindy Belin and.


Little Miss Ebonyeette Pageant

At Washington Recreation Center
ihe .Little Miss Ebonyette Ball will follow the pageant.
Pageant will be held Satur- Admission is $.50 for stu-
day, November 20th, at 7:00 dents, $1.00 for adults. Door
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the flag corps by. Kim Land.
The band, majorettes and
flag and rifle corps members
have put in many long hours of
practice and hard work to
enable them to be outstanding
enough to merit a Superior
rating.


Dec.


5


Christmas Decoration

Contest for Beaches Area


Now that the Christmas
season is at hand, the Sea Oats
and Dunes Garden Club is
sponsoring a Christmas door
and mail box decoration con-
test, limited 'to the Beaches
area, St. Joe Beach, Beacon
Hill, and Mexico Beach.
Everyone is these communi-
ties may participate. There is
no registration fee and prizes
will be awarded, one for a door
decoration and one for a mail
box decoration.

FinalPlans

for Carr -

Phinizy
Mr. and Mrs. William Henry
Carr, Sr. announce the final
plans of the marriage of their
daughter, Carolyn Lee, to Mr.
William Henry Goodrich Phi-
nizy. ,
The wedding will be per-
formed in the First Baptist
Church at 4:00 P.M. on
Saturday, November 27. All
. friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend
the wedding, and reception
which will follow immediately
at. the Officers Club, Tyndall
Air Force Base.



Shristmas


Display Planned


Mrs. Flora Blackman, Mrs.
Jeri Ashcraft, assisted by
Mrs. Bessie -Nedley, brought:'
an exciting preview of Christ-,
mas to the November meeting
of the Port St. Joe Garden
Club. Thirty members and
guests chose from the boxes of
corsage makings, as Mrs.
Blackman and Mrs. Ashcraft
demonstrated the art of con-
structing corsages, not only
for. Christmas, but for any
occasion.
Plans for an old time
Christmas display on Sunday,
Dec. 5th from 3 to 5 p.m. EST
at the Port St. Joe Garden
Center were completed. Mrs.
J. C. Culpepper, Mrs. J: E.


Johnson, Mrs. W. L. Durant,
and Mrs. John Blount are in
charge of refreshments. Mem-
bers are asked to bring
cookies. The Port St. Joe
Garden Club and the Sea
Oats and Dunes Garden Club
cordially invite all residents of
the area to come by. Members
of both clubs will be hostesses,
and will give instructions on
how to make many of the
Christmas pieces.
Port St. Joe Garden Club is
pleased to welcome Mrs.
Leonard Belin as a member.
Everyone enjoyed the deli-
cious pie and coffee served by
the hostesses: Mrs. M. P.
Huie, and Mrs. I. C. Nedley.


Each dwelling may enter for
one prize only, no lighting will
be permitted for reasons of.
energy conservation. Regis-
tration in the contest will be
open until December 14th.
Judging will be. on December
20th from 1-4 p.m.
Call giving your name,
phone number, and exact
street location (not your mail-
ing address) to: K. Lopez,
648-5201, or M. Hale, 648-5659.


To Wed Keith
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Car-
roll wish to announce the
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Catherine M. Gold-
en, to Raymond E. Keith, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Keith of Bon Secure, Ala.
The wedding will take place
on November 26th, 7:30 p.m.
at the First Baptist Church of
Carrabelle. No local invita-
tions are being sent, but all
friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend.


DAVID AND MARJORIE


Will Wed


Mr. and Mrs. Orin Schoelles
of Mexico Beach are proud to.
announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their,
daughter, Marjorie Isabell, to'
David Norman Nelson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Nelson
of Bear Lake, Michigan.
Marjorie was a 1982 honor
graduate of Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School, and is
currently _employed with Ro-
osevelt National Investment
Company.
David graduated Valedic-


torian of his class in 1973 from
Bear Lake High School. He
received a Bachelor of Science
degree in Civil Engineering
from the University of Illinois
where he was elected a,
member of Chi Epsilon and
Tau Beta Pi, engineering
honorary societies. David is
currently serving as a Lieu-
tenant in the United States Air
Force, and is stationed at
Tyndall Air Force Base.
A December 18th wedding is
planned.


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Bobbie Brown, of the Art Guild, presents Coleman Liv- will be used to help finance a trip to Disney World for the
ingston, a representative of the clients of the Gulf County clients.
Adult Activity Center with a check for just over $800 which



Art Guild Donates Over $800


The recent Flea Market
Sale, sponsored by the Art
Guild, was a tremendous suc-
cess, with: proceeds of over
$800 being collected. Many
items were sold, but also
many donations were received
to aid the Activity Center for
Retarded Adults.
Because of the enormous
response to the sale, area
retarded citizens will be on
their way to Disney World the
first of the year.
The members of the Com-
munity Services Art Guild ex-
press their appreciation to the
following:
To Marge and Karen, own-
ers of the Indoor Flea Market


on Reid Avenue, who donated
rent-free space: thank you for
your help and patience (we
hope you will allow us to come
again.) To Mr. White Eagle:
'thanks for your help and your
letting us ring the bell.
Staff and clients at the
Activity: you have worked
hard and you deserve this trip.
Have fun and remember that
you are number one with us,
and probably number one in
Florida!
Members of the Community
Services Art Guild, which
sponsors the Gulf County
Association for Retarded Citi-
zens, who manned the Flea
Market sale expressing their


appreciation are: .Bobbie Harrington, Bobbie Brown,
Davis, Sara Allen, Selma Ceiline Fowler, Easter Ni-
Shoemaker, Nell Parker, Flo chols, Lillian Lampke and
'Dye, Nell Patterson, Betty Dora Martin.


Anniversary In Huntsville


Frank and Elsie Lull of
Beacon Hill will be honored at
a reception on November 24th
in Huntsville, Alabama by
their daughters and their
families: Nancy and Earl
Smith, Frank and Anna, Jean
and Bill Watson, and Beth and
Russell of Atlanta, Ga. The
Lulls are celebrating their
Fiftieth Wedding Anniver-
sary.
The family will spend the
traditional Thanksgiving Day
together at the Smiths'. Then
on Friday, November 26th,
their granddaughter, Anna,
will wed H. C. Hill, Jr. of
Greenville, S.C. The newly-
weds will spend their honey-'
moon in Cancun, Mexico,
while Frank and Elsie will.


spend their fiftieth in Disney-
world and Epcot.
Frank and Elsie retired to
Beacon Hill in the family
beach home about seven years
ago. Their family was among
the pioneer settlers of Beacon
Hill. They are members of
Long Avenue Baptist Church.

City Mission

Anniversary
The First Anniversary of the
City Wide Mission will be held
at New Bethel Baptist Church,
Robbin Avenue, Port St. Joe,
on November 21, at 3:00 p.m.
Rev. R. Spencer" is host
,pastor, and Mrs. Effie Gra-
ham is president.


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Wednesday, November 24
10 A.M. to 5 P.M.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1982


CatherineGolden Lulls to Observe Fiftieth


HIGHLAND VIEW UNITED

METHODIST CHURCH

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


ALL MOVIES, 24 HOURS A DAY
COMING ATTRACTIONS
NEXT MONTH-DECEMBER
THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT'S WOMAN (MGM/UA) R
Meryl Streep, Jeremy Irons
Meryl Streep stars in this poignant drama about a 19th
century woman whose reputation is ruined by a love affair
with a passing French'officer. Jeremy Irons ("Brideshead
Revisited") co-stars in an adaptation of John Fowles' best-
selling novel.
MODERN PROBLEMS (20th Century Fox) PG
Chevy Chase, Mary Kay Place, Dabney Coleman
Chevy Chase ase has plenty ofproblems. First, his girlfriend
leaves him, then, he's exposed to a large dose of nuclear
waste, Now, he's exhibiting super-natural powers. What's a
poor guy to do?
TAPS (20th Century Fox) PG
George C. Scott, Timothy Hutton
Armed with the military tactics of their teacher, George C.
Scott, a group of young cadets, led by Timothy Hutton, take
on the National Guard when their school is threatened with
closing.
BUDDY, BUDDY (MGM/UA) R
Walter Matthau, Jack Lemmon
Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon star in Billy Wilder's
("The Fortune Cookie") comedy about a hitman who finds
himself trying to prevent the suicide of his hotel neighbor.
THE BORDER (Universal) R
Jack Nicholson, Valerie Perrine
Jack Nicholson wages a one-man war against the corrupt
border guards who manipulate the lives of helpless
Mexican immigrants in an action-packed drama, co-
s.tarring Valerie Perrine.


COMING SOON
SUPERMAN II (Warner Brothers) PG
Christopher Reeve. Margot Kidder, Gene Hackman
It's a bird. It's a plane. No, it's Superman II! Temporarily
endowed with only mortal powers, Superman is forced to
do battle with the three criminals from Krypton in order to
save the planet Earth. /
TIME BANDITS (Handmade Films) PG
Sean Connery, Shelley Duvall
This fantasy tale tells the story of how six dwarves and a
young boy travel through time searching for adventure and
treasure.
SHARKY'S MACHINE (Warner Brothers) R
Burt Reynolds, Rachel Ward
Burt Reynolds is Sharky, a tough street cop. hot on the trail
of a gangland leader who's manipulating a political
candidate. Rachel Ward co-stars as the beautiful prostitute
who's part of the scam.
PERSONAL BEST (Warner Brothers) R
Mariel Hemingway, Scott Glenn, Patrice Donnelly
Mariel Hemingway stars as an Olympic runner torn
between her love for her best friend and her coach.,
Complicating her life is the fact .that she's competing with
her friend for an Olympic title.
DRAGONSLAYER (Paramount) PG
Peter MacNicol, Ralph Richardson
A young sorcerer's apprentice pits his magic against the
deadly power of a dragon in medieval England and finds
romance and danger.


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Star Will Print

Early Next Week


. This will require The
Star to have all news,
advertising and pictures
for next' week's paper no
later than 10 a.m., Monday
morning .in order for it to
be placed in the paper.
The. early publication
will be for next week only.


The Star will be printed
early next week in order to
be distributed through the
mails before the holiday
period.
The Star will go to press
Tuesday and go into the
mails and on the street
Tuesday afternoon.


Sixth In Series of

Films November 29


"Why I Need A Strong Education" was the topic of an essay contest held at Port St. Joe
'Jr.-Sr. High School to emphasize American Education Week. The essay winners are shown
above: from left: first, Angel Barbee; second, DeAnn Young; third, Betty Schanbeck; and
honorable mentions Robert Wahl and Jim Norton.
Miss Barbee said in her essay, "Probably the most obvious and important reason (to get an
education) is so that I will be able to get a well-paying position in the field of my choice... An
education will enable me to be knowledgeable about the world about me, and to become a suc-
cessful member of our society." -Star photos


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These students are winners for the Poster Contest promoting American Education Week.,
From left: first place, Curtis Ray; second place, Robert Poole; and third place, Fred Gray.


The first radio broadcast in
the U.S. was m.ade,.or.Christ-
mas Eve, 1906 by R. A,
Fessenden.


"What Wives Wished Their
Husbands Knewr About Wo-
men- The Lonely Housewife"
will be the sixth film in the
"Focus on the Family Series"
to be shown Monday, Novem-
ber 22, at 7:30 P.M. in the Port
St. Joe Elementary School
Auditorium. This film is the
sixth in a series featuring
family expert James C. Dob-
son, Ph.D. Dr. 'Dobson is a
licensed psychologist who has
lectured extensively and who,
has written several best sel-
ling books on the subject of
parenting and family relation-
ships. The "Focus on the
Family Series" is sponsored
by the' Giuf County Guidance
Clinic and the Port St. Joe
Ministerial Association. All
films are being presented
without charge and are open.
to the general public.
The general public is en-
couraged to attend this im-
portant contribution to family
life. The films are presented
as a community service. Fur-
ther information about the
program can be obtained by

Harvest Day
In observance of Harvest
Day, three combined choirs of
New Bethel A.M.E. Church
will present a Thanksgiving
concert on Sunday, November
21, at 11:00 A.M. The program
is entitled "Thank You Lord".
The 'Director will be Mr.
Calvin McDougal of Panama
City.
Rev. J. W. Williams, Pastor,
cordially invites everyone to
attend.


calling the Gulf County Gui-
dance Clinic at 227-1145. The
next and final film in the
series will be presented No-
vember 29, at 7:30 P.M. at the
Port St. Joe Elementary
School.

NOTE OF THANKS
We would like to take this
means to thank everyone for
the many acts of kindness
shown us during our time of
need. Thanks for the visits,
phone calls, cards, and other
contacts made with us.
The Bill Zagorski Family

NOTE OF THANKS
I wish to thank all my family
and friends for the flowers,
food, and especially the pray-
ers for me while I was in the
hospital.
Glenda Carr


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1982


BIRTHS

Sara Workman
Hendrix
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hendrix,,
Jr. of Port Charlotte announce
the birth of a daughter, Sara
Workman, on November 15.
Proud grandparents are Dr.
and Mrs. Joe Hendrix of Port
St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Workman of Galveston,
Texas.
Justin Paul Blackmon
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Paul
Blackmon announce the birth
of their first child, Justin,
Paul, November 3 at Tallahas-
see Memorial Hospital. Justin
weighed 8 lbs. 12 ozs. at birth.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. F. E'. Trammell of
Westville, and Mr. and Mrs.
Woodrow Blackmon of Wewa-
hitchka.
Aiyana Shanteze

Jefferson

Monette and Sgt. Mike Jef-
ferson are proud to announce
the birth of their daughter,
Aiyana Shanteze' on October
29, at Bay Medical Center in
Panama City.
Aiyana weighed 7 \bs. 131%A
ozs. and was 23 inches long.
She was welcomed home by
her sister La'Toya.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Lamar Speights of Port
St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.
Lenward Jefferson of Hender-
son, North Carolina.


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


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NEW BETHEL /

African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213.
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .............. 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 1100 A.M. '.
EVENING WORSHIP ...................6:00 P.M.-r: .
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


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Living Color ;


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Plus 760 for handling
This very special offer is pre-
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Popular classes in Aerobics,
sponsored by the Port St. Joe
Recreation Department, are
now being held in the Hall of
St. Joseph's Catholic Church
*on 20th Street. The 8 p.m.
twice weekly sessions, con-
ducted by Mrs. Sherry Bowen,
have been moved from their
former site at the Centennial
Building.


St. Joseph's Hall is heated,
well lighted, and has new vinyl
flooring. Aerobics take place
Tuesday and Thursday even-
ings and cost $1 per class,
payable at the door, or $8
monthly fee. Special, pre-
holiday shapeup routines are
being offered. There is ample
free parking.


Oak Grove Fall Bazaar


The ladies of Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church will
be holding their Fall Bazaar in
the church social hall on
Saturday, Nov. 20th, begin-
ning at 9 a.m:
They will have handcrafts,
home baked cakes, cookies


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and candy, home 'canned
vegetables, jellies, and pre-
serves. There will also be a
Flea Market. Hot dogs and
drinks will also be available.,
Everyone is invited to come
and enjoy this event.


HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD

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


THE SILENT


CASH REGIS TER


AMANDA MARQUARDT
Birthday
Amanda Marquardt cele-
brated birthday number one
on Saturday, October 23, with
family and friends.
On October 22 a party was
held in her honor at Captain
D's. Amanda shared the occa-
sion with her sister, Chrystina
and friends: Traci, Stephanie
and Jennifer Gaddis; Christi,
Aneda and Austin Davis;
Alisa and Kristin Duren; and
Carmen McFarland. Amanda-
also received Birthday Wishes
and gifts from her grand-
parents, aunts and uncles, and
cousins from Wisconsin and
Nevada.
Amanda Evelyn is the
daughter of Tom and Linda
Marquardt of Mexico Beach.


It's ringing up your kilowatthours.


BRIGETTE GODFREY

Has Party
Brigette Godfrey, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Godfrey,
celebrated her birthday Fri-
day, November 12th with a
party in her backyard.
Helping her celebrate were
her sisters Cheyenne and
Meredith, and several of her
friends.


Maybe you've never
thought about it this way. but
every time you turn on a light
or take a hot shower or do the
laundry. you're shopping with
Florida Power. Buying
electricity. And while you may
not give these purchases a
second thought. the meter
outside your house is ringing
up those kilowatthours like a
silent cash register.
It's like any.other credit
purchase. If you wait until the
bill comes at the end of the
month to tell you how much
you've spent, the total can
come as quite a shock to your
budget. That's why it makes
sense to keep track as you go
along.
Meter reading puts you
right on the money.
When you record your


meter readings at the same
time every week, you can
budget for your monthly
electric bill the same way you
budget for other expenses. It
will also help you determine
how your energy conservation
efforts are working and which
ones are really paying off for
you.
It's quick and easy.



3 5 6 4 5
The dials on your electric
meter are like little clocks. They
alternately run clockwise and
counterclockwise. Reading
from right to left. write down
the last number the needle has
passed. The difference
between the new reading and,


your last one totals your
weekly consumption. It's really
that simple.
Pick up your free meter
reading guides.
To help you keep your
records straight. Florida Power
will give you a supply of
specially designed meter
reading guides absolutely free.
So pick up yours today and
catch up on your reading.
After all, since you probably
buy electricity more often than
anything else, it pays to keep
checking out the cash register.


Florida Power
We're Customers, Too.


Recreation Department

rians Aerobilcs lasses
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PVC Pipe


Complete Line

Including Pipe & Supplies

Now Available At


Hurlbut Calue Supply
306 Reid Avenue


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$10.00 Discount
on all EYEGLASS FRAMES in
stock with this Ad and the
purchase of prescription lenses.


BAUSCH & LOMB


Soft Contact Lenses

$t' 1J ^00fl Reg Priced,
$15000
Standard Lenses SAVE $65.00

Exam and Care Kit Included
Offer begins November 1 and expires December 31;
no other offers apply.
DRS. TINDELL, DENNEY & ASSOCIATES
OPTOMETRISTS
DR. R. L. TINDELL DR. C, L: STEPHENSON DR W ADHAM
DR. C. D. TINDENNEY DR E WNICHOLLS DR W BADHAM
DR. C. DDR. W H. FEAGIN DR W D HENLEY
117 WEST MAIN STREET E DOTHAN, ALABAMA 36301


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 18. 1982


MTI Dedication


in and out of Florida.
Belin said, "The opening of MTI
terminal is, only the first step in a
strategy that has been laid out quite
carefully by the trustees of the duPont
Trust and officers and directors of St:
Joe Paper. We believe quite
fervently that Port St. Joe and'the lands
surrounding it have a major role to play
in the coming 'development of the
Florida Panhandle."

JOHNSEN CONFIDENT
N. W. Johnsen said he was confident
the present system will prove its worth
to his company and Seminole. He said
: the Bay and the waterway are "a most
important junction of moving coal to
Florida in a reliable and cost effective
manner."


(Continued From Page 1)


Johnsen and other executives said
the terminal here is a long and intricate
system which has been developed for
this particular operation.
For instance: 116 new'Super Jumbo
barges have been designed and built
especially for this project. The system
'also has had 14 river push boats built
for the exclusive use of the system. Ten
of these boats were built by Eastern
Marine of Panama City.
By. the end of the year, the system
will be hauling coal on a regular basis
- three million tons a year to start -
from the coal fields of Illinois and
Kentucky. The coal will be loaded on
special unit trains here and shipped to
Palatka. The local plant can load a unit
train which will haul 10,000 tons of coal
in three hours and 25 minutes. '


After speeches, congratulations
and expressions of appreciation were
out of the wav. th e -pmonial ribbon
was cut jointly by Belin, N. W.,Johnsen,
Eric Johnsen, William Walbridge,
executive vice-president and general-
manager of Seminole and P. W. Shelter,
president of Seminole.
.Following the ribbon cutting,. the
visitors were allowed to inspect the
facilities in operation and then were fed
boiled shrimp-and raw oysters.
Entertainment was provided by the
Port St. Joe High School band playing
before the ceremony and presenting the
-*National Anthem and after the cere-
mony by the Gandy Dancers, repre-
senting the group, who put down the
railroad rails for the facility.


approached the two men and offered to
buy the illegal meat, it would have not
beenfor sale. Witten defended the two
on the basis that they were lured into
the poaching and sales operation by the


*,;BadNev

Mahoney said the new sys-
tem is scheduled to be switch-
ed over in mid-January and
the company needs some six


(Continued From Page 1)


weeks notice to get the fire
alert system installed in time
for the switch over.
The Commission made


some uncomfortable m
about being faced wit
making an- immediate
sion on such a subst


S- PublicNotices -


NOTICE OF HEARING
ON PROPOSED ORDINANCE
Notice is hereOy given Inal Ihe Board of
City Commissioners ol Ward Ridge.
Florida. will hold a public hearing in the
Commlsloner's room In the City Hail at
Ine City ot Wa'd Ridge on November 22,
1982 atl 830 P.M tor Ine purpose ol near.
Ing any objections to the adopltion ol AN
ORDINANCE GRANTING A TWENTY 120)
YEAR. NON-EXCLUSIVE, FRANCHISE TO
ST. JOE NATURAL GAS CO. INC, 10 lur.
nish gas within the City of Ward Ridge,
Florida. '
All persons having objections Iherelo
are invilea to attend and be heard
CITY OF WARD RIrGE.
By Isf Allen V McCulley. Mayor
" Allest- Is/ Mary E. Keith. City Clerk
2t II 11

PUBLIC NOTICE
The report ol Federal Revenue Sharing
Receipts and expenditures is available for
public Inspection ael the offllce of ihe
'Clerk ol the Circuit Court. Gulf County
Cburhouse. Supporting document ion
is also available The report is from na
recolas of the Gulf County Board of
County Commissioners for Ine Ilscal year
ending September 30, 1982
21 11-18


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 ol
RAYMOND 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
":4OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that nme
aoministation-ol the Estate ol Raymond
Jernigan. deceased. File Numoer 82-35. Is
pending In Ihe Circuitl Court of Gulf Coun.
iy Floilda, Probate Division. Ihe address
6t Ahlch Is P 0 Box 969. Port St Joe
Florida 32456 Tne Personal Represen.
take of the estate is- RUTH E WERNER.
1127 West Choclawnatcnee Drve.
NIcevillle. Florida 32578 Tne name and
address ol the Personal Representative's
attorney are sel forth below
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 tile Aith the Clerk of the
above Court a wrillen slalemenI ol any
claim or demand Ihey may nave. Eacn
claim must be in writing and must Ir.
dicale the basis for the claim. Ine name
and address ol the creditor or nis agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed II Ihe
claim is not yet due, the dale ahen it will
become due shall be staled If the claim
iscontingent or unlinuldated Ihe nature
ol the uncertainly shall oe staled If Ine
claim is secured Ihe securely shall be
described The claimant shall deliver sul-
ftident copies of the claim to Ine Clerk to
enable the Clerk to10 mail one I1) copy to
each Personal Repiesentallve
All persons Interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notlce ol Ad.
mirilstration has been mailed are re.


quirea, WITHIN "THREE (31) M
FROM THE DATE OF THE
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
any objectlon, Iney 'may rna
challenge the validity or tIhe aec
Will. Inc qualillcallons of mne P
Representative. or Inh venue or'
'lion ol Ine Courl
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTION
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BA
Daireof the Irst publical.on
Notice ol Aminisirallion Nover
1982.
isiRUT-l E WERNER
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
FRED N WITTEN.
Attorney lor Personal Representi
408 Long Auenue
Port St. Joe. Flonda 32456
9041229-8253

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOUR'
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .THE ST
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF CC
'CASE N
IN Pi
IN RE Tne Estate of
ANNA K. SMITH.
deceased ,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The admirnlslaildn of Ine Estal
na K Sinlh. deceased. lile numb
Is pending in the Circuit Courl
,County. Forilda. Proriate Division
dress 01 which is -qulf Cournl
house, Port St Joe. Florida' th
and aaaress ofl Ine Personal Re
latlve and ol Ine Personal RI
lali es attorney are set loith be
interested persons are required
with Ihe Court. within ihiee 131
From Ine date ofl the lirsl public
this notice '*
1 All claims against the Estal
2 Any objections by an inlerei
I son to whom a notice was
thai challenges the aualli
ol Ine Personal Represenlt3
ue or lurisdicilon on Ihis Co
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIO
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER B.
Date of' the first'- publication
Notice ol Administration Nove
1962
isiJ LAMAR HARDY.
Personal Represenlative
103 Allien Menorial Way
Port SI Joe. Florida 32456
jsl FRED N WITTEN
Attorney for Personal Repiesent
P. 0 Box 447
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
9041229 8253

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOUR
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE ST
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF C(
IN RE- The Marriage of
WILLIAM R. WALDEN.
Husband Respondent.
and
MARSHA V WALDEN.
Wile Petllloner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO WILLIAM R. WALDEN
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Inal a,'i a
aissoiuion ol marriage has be
against you and you are required
a copy of your written aeferses.
IIt. on Fled N Witlan. Allornev


First


Presbyterian Church

Sixteenth Streetand Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .... .. 10:00 A.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS .. .... 11 00 A
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday 7-00 7-45

Welcome to Everyone

JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857

l~~iimil


I'm Grateful

For The

Opportunity

To Continue

To Serve You


Commissioner of Agriculture
Po by Colin English Camp


MONTHS
FIRST
E to tile
ve Inal
cedenI's
Personal
orisaic.
NS NOT
BARRED
ot this
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21 11 i
TEENTH
ATE OF
)UNTY.
O 82 143
IeOATE


ON
le ol An
pr ap ..I


Iione,. whose address is PosI Of
4147 Porn Sl Joe. Fisoriaa' 32451
roelo'e a t i3tn day of Decemie
and hie Ine original wilh the Cler
Court itlh.er before service on Pel
Attorney or, immealately thereafter
wise a default will be enierGe age
ir ris rellae demande. in the Pa
WAITNESSETH my nand andt ni
Ims CoLrt on November 9. 1982
JERRY T GATES.
Clerm ol Court. Gull Counly. Flor
By Isi Tonya Knoe Deputy Clerk

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOUR
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE ST
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF CC
CASE NUMBER
IN RE, FORFEITURE OF THE F
ING DESCRIBED PROPI
1974 CHEVROLET I
CARLO AUTOMOBILE
NUMBER IH57H4R42275'
NOTICE OF SALE..
NOTICE Is hereby gien that
Illn day ol March, 1982, pursuai
Judgement of Fotfellure issued ir
cuit 'Court. Gull County. Florid
rumoer 822 in'the'aoovs slylea
Ire following automobile a 3 lor
ine Gulf County'Sheriff's Deoartf
wit


options
th an
deci-
antial




fice Box
6l orn r
ir. 1982,
k ol fra1
itlorn r's
ir: blnei-
3intl you
aItiton
Sseaa ol

Ida
41 11 11

TEENTH
ATE OF
)UNTY
B2 2
OLLOW-
ERTY a'
MONTE
SERIAL

on ine
ani Io a
n the Cir.
la. case
Cause,
falted 10
ment. to-


lor Gulf A 1974 Chevrolel Monie Carlo auto
lhe.ad. mobile, Oiown in color, serial number
y Cou-r. IH57H4dR42275&
he name On the 24th day of November. 1982. at
epresen. 200 p m (EST) in the compound located
epreser, behind In Gull County Jail Denind mee
below. Aln Gu'l Counly Courthouse. Port SI Joe.
S I lile Florida: I Ken Murphy. Snrilll of Gull
months Counly, Florida. wtll oiler for sale said
:3aior ol automonle for cash to the nighest bid-
der Said automobile wil De sold with
e reserve
lea per- 151 KEN MURPHY. SHERIFF
S mailed Gull Counly. Floaiia 21 11-1
ications
.ve, van. STATE OF FLORIDA
uri COUNTY OF GuLF
NS NOT NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
ARRED NOTICE .Is hereby given' that on the
oi this 281n daI oiOclooer 1982. pursuant to a
'Tiber 11 Writ of Eyecutior issued In the County
Court of Gull County. Florida Ca-se
Number 82.172 In Ine cause of J H
GLASS PLAINTIFF vs VAN MARAMAN
DEFENDANT. I KEN MURPHY. SHERIFF
OF GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA have levead
upon the propeny of Ine defendant. to.
Wive One (1) Frnanin SKilder. model 133 B
se1131 number 4906,Atdgelher witn all
equitpmen attllached therelo Including
21 11 11 grappling noo. and motor
Or. the 8In day of Decerrmer. 1982. at
TEENTH Tod O'cocI. (2 001 EST)n ir the afternoon
TATE OF on the sleDs ol the GuifCounly Court
OUNTY nouse. Port SI Joe. Florida. I*il olllen to
3ile said properIt for cash to mIe highest
S blodei suoec to10 311 pr.0i liens.,iI any 10
salhsly salad Will of Execution
is, KEN MURPHY SHERIFF
Gull County. Florica
41 II 11

JOB NOTICE
Trne Gull County Mosquito Cortroi
cnlon tOr Department aili be laKing applications
ehn fileO or mIne lollowrg posllion
St10 serve One I1) Laborer permanent position
ii any to Cnaulfeur s license required. 40 hours
[ro Pell ier weeak ,cIliy wiln neavy equipment
le3rrilDie- dozier, oackhoe. comcir.a
lion truck ana tralierl
ApiDlicaiIrns may be Ilinle out at the
Gull County MosQuito Control Building
1tO0 Tenth Stret. POil St Joe. FL 32456
AppiicaTion *.Ii u e receive.3 inroiugr
December 10 1982
S21 I1 1
'IN. THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
C uRT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT.
OF FLORIDA- ;
MARIANNA CIVIL NO. 82-0237
M. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
M r PLAINTIFF,

WALTER K. JOHNSON, BETTY M. JOHN-
SON, his wife; and HOUSEHOLD
FINANCE CORPORATION
DEFENDANT '
NOTICE OF SALE
S Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure
rendered on November 3, 1982, by the
United States District Court for the Nor-
them District of Florida, Marlanna Divi-
sion, In the case above styled in favor of
the Plaintiff, the undersigned appointed
In said decree will on January 13, 1983, at
1:00 p.m. In front of the Gulf County
Courthouse door in the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, offer for sale and sell at
public outcryl to the highest bidder for
cash the following property, situate, ly-
ing, and being In Gulf Cpunty, Florida,
described as follows:
Lot Twerlty-one (21), Block Forty-sev-
S according to the official map on file ,
In the office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court, Gulf. County, Florida, Plat
Book 1, page 17.
For additional information concerning
the above property, contact the office of
the U S Attorney teiepnone no.
904224 3186 Florida
Sale- Sujecl to confirmation of the court.
Method of .payment: Cash, /postal
money order or certified check, made
payable to the U.S. Marshal.
S Date: November 15. 1982.
h ". W. L McLENDON,
UNITED STATES MARSHAL,
,. o1 NORTHERN DISTRICT FLORIDA
S4tc 11-18


.(Continued From Page 1)


promise of profit when one of them par-
ticularly needed money for his family.
Melvin testified that Gortman was
not involved in the case and Witten
maintained that Melvin, himself, was
not violating the law before the agents
'approached him. ..
It took the jury about 30 minutes to
find the defendants innocent. In June,
the jury failed to reach a verdict after
nearly two hours of deliberation,


outlay, but promised Mahoney
an answer about what it would
do by the first week in
December.
One df the alternatives the
City.will examine in that short
time is the purchase of its own
alert equipment, leasing the
phone company lines for its
installation.
MORE BAD NEWS
More bad news was pre-
sented by Wastewater Plant
manager, Bob Simon, who had
provided Mayor Frank Pate
with some pipe samples taken
from: the sprinkler system in'
the plant.
'The pipe samples included
one which was removed within
the last few days from the
plant, which was completely'
corroded -through in several
spots and reduced to about
half its normal thickness over
a period of 10 years. A new
piece of the same pipe was
presented for comparison.
Mayor Pate pointed out that
Simon had informed him the
pipe was buried in the middle
of the dike around the 70-acre
holding pond and fed water to
a sprinkler system in the pond
which was used to combat'
foam. Water coursed through
the pipe system at extremely
high pressure.
"This pipe is bound to be in'
this shape all around the
lagoon and if it eats through in
the middle of that dike, it: is
liable to, cause a 'wash-out
which would cause consider-
able damage", Pate said.
Simon pointed out the pipe
was bound to be in just as bad
shape all around the dike,
where it is installed at almost
exactly the center of the
earthern embankment. "We,
have people patrolling the
dike now at all times when the
sprinklers are in action to spot
any break or leak which might
occur, to keep it from break-
ing our dike", Simon said.
"We have already found two
leaks and repaired them".
Both Simon and the Com-
mission recognized the situa-
tion as a highly dangerous
situation.
Simon pointed out there is
pipe materials which can be
installed in the system which
would not corrode in such a
short while as. the current
system did.
The corroding pipeline is of
four inch material and will be
expensive to replace, but no
estimate was available at
Tuesday's meeting.
The Commission unani-
'mously agreed to begin work
immediately to "replace 'the
deteriorating pipe and place it
in the lagoon where it could be
visibly inspected from time to


resulting in the hung jury.'
WILLIAMS GUILTY
In a secpid trial heard Tuesday,
Rosa Williams was convicted of welfare
fraud, after having her' case end in a
. mistrial last month. Williams was ac-
cused of giving false information in ob-
taining food stamps.
Four more cases were scheduled to
go to trial, but were continued to the
January 17 term of court.


time for leaks, rather than
bury it again in the dike and,
risk a future wash-out.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, the Com-
mission:
-Had an answer from DOT
that they were taking steps to
get the rough railroad cross-
ing near the Container Plant'
entrance repaired. '
-Clerk Alden Farris re-
ported he should have infor-
mation for the Commission for
an umbrella insurance policy:
for the City by the next
meeting. The policy I would
cover awards which might be
made over and above the
City's current insurance lim-
its.
-Agreed to hood the City's
parking meters from the
afternoon of December 3
through Christmas Day for the
Christmas season.
-Agreed to order 500 feet of
2u/ inch fire hose.

Runners Plan

,0-Mile Jaunt
The Panhandle Runners'
Club will host a 10-mile run on
Saturday, November 27, at
8:00 AM, Lynn Haven Garden
Club, Lynn Haven. Registra-
tion fee is $3.00 ($2.00 to PRC
members). Commemorative
.T-shirts will be available at an
additional $5.25. Trophies will
be awarded. to overall male
and female winners; ribbons
three deep in each age divi-
sion.: Race day registration at
7:00 AM. For more informa-
tion contact Race Directors at
265-9648.

Lions WillSell

Barbecue Dec. 4

The Port St. Joe Lions Club
will be serving barbecued
chicken dinners at the conclu-
sion of the annual Christmas
parade on 'Saturday, Decem-
ber 4.
All proceeds from the sale
will go to sight conservation
projects and other worthwhile
activities in the area.

Turkey Shoot

At Mexico Beach
The Mexico Beach Volun-
teer Fire Dept. will hold a
Turkey Shoot on Hwy. 98 at
Mexico Beach Service Center,
'Nov. 20 and 2i from 12 p.m. to
4 p.m.
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this Saturday afternoon. The
Pinewood Derby is an exciting
event, which pits wooden cars,
hand designed and crafted by
the Scouts and their fathers,
against each other in heats, to
determine which car is the
fastest.
The Scouts look forward
with great anticipation to this
event each year, which will be
staged this year in the Port St.
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Gulf County Commission


duck or canvasback; 70 points
for redhead, hen mallard,
black duck, Florida duck,
wood duck and hooded mer-
ganser; and 10 points for
blue-winged teal, green-
winged teal, pintail, gadwall,
widgeon, shoveler, scaup
,(bluegill), American mergan-
ser, red-breasted merganser
and all sea ducks.
Also included at 25 points
each are the ring-necked
duck, ruddy duck, bufflehead,
goldeneye and drake mallard.
Coots have no assigned point
value but have a daily bag
limit of 15; The taking of geese


The Board of County Com-
mission of Gulf County, Flori-
da, met October 12, 1982 in
regular session with the fol-
lowing members present:
Chairman-Jimmy Gortman,
Billy Branch, James L. Tan-
kersley, and Douglas, Birm-
ingham. Also present were:
Clerk Jerry Gates, Deputy
Clerk Maurell Cumbie, At-
torney William J. Rish, and
Sheriff Ken Murphy.
The meeting came to order
at 9:00 a.m.
The Reverend Talmadge.
Kennedy opened the meeting,
with prayer and the Clerk led-
the pledge of allegiance to the
flag.-
After correction, and upon
Motion by Comm. Tankersley,
second by Comm. Branch, and
unanimous vote, the Board
approved the minutes of Sep-
tember 13th and September
14th.
The following bids were
received for repairs to one D-5
tractor, property of the Mos-
quito Control Department:
uber and Weaver, $9,132.84;
.Jackson Tractor, $6,098.80;
SBurford Equipment Company,
$6,194.26; and Ring Power,'
$7,081.44. After discussion,
and upon recommendation of
Mosquito Control Director
Doug Kent, Comm. Tankers-
ley moved the ,Board award
the bid to Burford Equipment
Company, subject to further
review by Mr. Kent and
Comm. Birmingham and pro-
vided the bid meets all specifi-
cations. Comm. Birmingham
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
S Mark Freeman, Red Bull
Island, appeared before the
Board to inquire if there were
future plans to pave Fraley
Street in Red Bull Island. The
Chairman stated that all roads
inside the city limits were
paved, provided funds were
available, according to a pri-
ority list developed by the
city. He further stated that
this road was not on the city's
priority list. Mr. Freeman
also asked if something could
be done about the erosion and
the stagnant water in the
canals in Red Bull Island. The
Attorney stated that ease-
ments on the'canals had never
been presented to the County
or accepted by the County and
were private property.
.. .At.lhe request, of ,Mosquiti
Control Director Doug Kent
the Board agreed to wait until
I p, the meeting of October 26th to
consider an applicant for the
job opening for a mechanic in
the Mosquito Control Depart-
ment.
Upon receipt of a letter and
invoices from the District IT-A
Mental Health Bpard, Comm.
Branch moved the Board pay
the Baker Act mental health
bills for indigents as required
by State Law. Comm. Gort-
man gave up the chair to
second the motion. The motion
failed with Comm. Gortman
and Branch voting aye,
Comm. Birmingham and Tan-
kersley voting no. Comm.,
Branch stated he was totally
against the State requiring the
Board to pay these bills
without providing the Board
the names of the individuals
involved but that the Attorney
had stated the Board was
placing itself in a position for
another lawsuit by avoiding
this invoice. He suggested the
Board write the mental health
; agency requesting they pro-
vide the County Commission'


with a list of the names of the
individuals who received ser-
vices under this act and an
itemized statement of the
billings for each patient. The
Board agreed.
Mrs. Doris Montford, Bea-
con Hill property owner, re-
quested the Board write the
Mexico Beach Fire Depart-
ment giving them permission
to cross the County line to
fight fires. She stated this
would reduce fire insurance
rates' for' the residents of
Beacon. Hill. Conmm. Branch
moved the Board 'allow the
Mexico Beach Fire Depart-
ment to fight fires across the
County line provided the fire
department has liability in-
.surance. Comm. Tankersley
seconded the motion and' it
passed unanimously.
The Clerk informed the
Board that it was time. to bid
for ceiling fans for the Court-
house provided the Board still
intended to proceed in this
direction. Comm. Branch
moved the Board hold up the
bid for ceiling fans until after
installation of a new air-
conditioning system at the
Courthouse since the Board
did not know the cost of
installing the new air-condi-
tioning system. The motion
died for lack of a second. The
Board then agreed to adver-
tise for bids and make a
decision to proceed 'or not
after receipt of the bids.
The Board received a re-
quest from Charles Hood for
assistance in paying his hospi-
tal bill. The Board instructed
the Clerk to inform Mr. Hood
that the County budgets no
funds :'for indigent hospital
bills. '
The Board agreed to contest
the request of former Veter-
an's Service Office Fred Kleeb
for unemployment compensa-
tion benefits.
Mosquito Control Director
Doug Kent informed the
Board that all insurance car-
riers for the Board had agreed
to extend insurance coverage
for thirty days to allow the
Board time to study the bids.
He then recommended to the
Board which of the bids he
thought were the best. Comm.
Branch then moved the Board
accept the alternate bid of
Municipal Health Trust Fund
for employee insurance cover-
.._age... de.tie.,1 rbiddej'-Blue
Cross-Blue Shield- had been
very uncooperative and had
caused the Board numerous
problems when they were
insurance, carrier for the
Board. Comm. Tankersley
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously. Comm.
Tankersley then moved the
Board pay the additional
$21.90 per employee, per
month, for insurance cover-
age and notify each employee
of this additional fringe bene-
fit. Comm. Branch seconded
the motion and it passed'
unanimously. Comm. Birm-'
ingham then moved the Board
table the other insurance bids
until the meeting of October
26th. Comm. Tankersley sec-
onded the motion and it passed
unanimously.
The County received a re-
quest to place a culvert on a
road in Sunshine Farms. The
Chairman directed the Clerk
to inform, by letter, the
individual requesting this
work, that Sunshine Farms
was an unrecorded subdivi-'
sion, thus the public has no
ownership in the roads and the


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County could not work in the
subdivision as the roads are
privately owned.
Upon. motion' by Comm.
Tankersley, second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved a
resolution Number 82-28, re-
cognizing Dr. Thomas S. Gib-
son for his great contribution
to this generation and those to
come by a most magnanimous
gift of a piece of waterfront
property at Beacon Hill for
public use.
Comm. Birmingham moved
the Board have the Attorney
prepare a Resolution to send
Gulf County's legislative dele-
gation requesting a ban on the
use of mechanical harvesters
for the gathering of scallops.
Comm. Tankersley seconded
the motion- and it passed
unanimously. ,
Comm. Birmingham .told
the Board: that he had two
suggestions concerning the
Veteran's Service Office that
the 'Board might,- want to.
consider. First,. the Board
might want to consider adding
the duties of Veteran's Service
Officer to those of the Com-
munity Service Directors
Fred Allen and Rodney Her-.
ring, both Veterans, whiclr-
would give the Veterans a full
time officer in both ends of the ,
County. Second, he said that
the Board might want to hire
someone who had already
worked in the office (Mr.'
Albert Thames) on a part-,
time basis provided a secre-
tary could be provided for Mr.
Thames. The Clerk stated that
all applications received for
the job were forwarded to the.
Florida State Employment
Service for their recommen-
dation which will be available
the meeting of October 26,
1982. At the suggestion of
Comm. Branch, the Chairman
agreed to hold a workshop at
6:00 p.m. on October' 26 to
consider .this matter and di-
rected the Clerk to invite the
School Board members and
the City Commissioners from.
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
for their input since they are
involved in the Community
service program.
Comm. Branch moved the
Board apply for surplus milk,
butter and cheese, recently
released by President Reagan
for. distr.bytion to the needy,
Comm. Birmingham seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Comm. Branch moved the
Board advertise for an econo-
mical, American-made, ,non-
compact truck for the Road
Department Superintendent.
Comm. Tankersley seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Comm. Tankersley moved
the Board contract with the
West Florida Gas Company to
make emergency repairs to
heating and cooling equip-
ment at the Port St. Joe
Health Department. Comm.
Birmingham seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously.
Mrs. Eda Ruth Taylor, Tax
Collector, presented a refund
check in the amount of $415.89
for unspent funds from her
1981-82 budget of $95,491.85.
Mrs. Taylor also presented a
check for interest earnings on
her 1981-82 office account. The
Board complimented Mrs.
Taylor on the job she is doing
as Tax Collector for Gulf
County.
At the request of Civil
Defense director Bill Lamar
the Board agreed to remove
the following items from in-
ventory and to advertise for
sale to the public thefollowing
surplus and obsolete Civil
Defense equipment: One Ra-
dio Transceiver, Heath (2)
(No. 90-36); One Hallicrafter
S(No. 90-50); One Ross C.B.,
(No. 90-49); One Electro
transmitter, (No. 90-68) ; and
One Hammalund RME 6900
(No. 90-69). Comm. Branch
moved the Board advertise
these items for sale with bids
to be received until November
9, 1982. Comm. Birmingham .
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
Tommy Pitts, Manager,
Material Transfer Incorpora-
tion, presented the Board a
copy of his company's appli-
cation for Ad Valorem Tax
Exemption. He stated the
Board had previously ap-
proved this exemption but that
the necessary paper work
required by the State and local
Governments had not been
completed by his Company.
The Board agreed to act on
this matter after the applica-
tion was examined by the
Property Appraiser and the
State Department of Revenue.
Comm. Birmingham moved
that Mosquito Control Direc-
tor Doug Kent check the bid
specifications as submitted
for repairs to the D-5 tractor
and if they are as appears then
the bid will be awarded to
Burford Equipment Company.
Comm. Branch seconded the
motion and it passed unani-


mously.
There being no further
business, the meeting was
then adjourned.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1982


or brant is prohibited.
Steel shot must be used in all
gauge shotguns when hunting
waterfowl in Florida's steel
shot zones. Those include that
portion of Brevard County
east of Interstate 95; Leon
County (exclusive of Lake
Talquin and the Ochlockonee
River); Lake Miccosukee in
Leon and Jefferson counties;
and Osceola, Broward and
Dade counties. Also, Orange
and Lochloosa Lakes in Ala-
chua County; all waters of
Lake Okeechobee; and U.S.
national wildlife refuges open
to hunting waterfowl.
Hunters are reminded to
obtain individual state wildlife


management area regulations
to determine if waterfowl
hunting is permitted on those
sites.
"Truth is within ourselves."
Robert Browning


The state flower of Georgia
is the Cherokee rose.


one of Florida's most popu-
lar hunting seasons is for
ducks and coots. And water-
.fowlers will have a chance to
harvest a. variety of these
migrating waterfowl'when the
season starts November 24.
"The first phase of the
regular season will be held
from November 24 through
December 5," said Tom Good-
win, chief of the Bureau of
Wildlife Resources for the
Division of Wildlife of the
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission.
Goodwin said the' second
phase will be open from
December 11 through January
17. Shooting hours will be from
one-half hour before sunrise to
sunset.
In Leon County and Lake
Miccosukee in Jefferson
'County, waterfowl hunting is
permitted only on Wednes-
days, Saturdays and Sundays
during the two phases of the
open.' season. In addition to
Wednesday, Saturdays, and
Sunday, waterfowl hunting is
permitted on November 25-26,
December 23-24, December
30-31 and January 17.
The daily bag limit for
ducks is from one to 10, singly
or in the aggregate, depending
on the species and sexes
taken. The daily bag limit is
reached when the point value
of the last bird taken, when
added to the sum of the point;
values of other ducks already
taken during that day, meets
or exceeds 100 points as
determined by the point sy-
stem. '
Florida's ,system is 100
points each for fulvous tree


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Comforter Funeral Home
Wewahilchka 639 2271 Port St Joe 227 1818

Costin Insurance
Your Independent Agent
Call 229 8899

COSTIN'S
Quality at Savings Phone 229-8716

Danley Furniture Co.
The Greatest Place On Worth

David Rich's IGA
Customers 4re Our Greatest Arset
Port Sl Joe and Wewah,tchKa

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

Driesbach's Cleaners
Pick-Up and Delivery

Earley's Hardware
Hwy 98 Hignland View Phone 229.8232

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

Gilmore Funeral Home
Dignihed. Professional Service
Port St Joe 229 8111 Wewa 639 5602


Hedy's Florist
Flowers for Everv Occasion

Hannon Insurance
and Real Eslale 227-1133

Highland View' Motors
603 Hwy 98 at Highland View

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

Pate's Service Center,
Firestone & Michelin Tires 227-1291

Pauline's
Speciahzing In Homemade Desserts
and Noon Buffet

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

Raffield Retail Market
Phone 229-6877

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


Roche Furniture
209 Red Avenue Phone 227 1730

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

SEARS
LEON POLLOCK, Authorized Catalog
Sales Merchant

St. Joe Auto Parts
NAPA P, hone 229-8222
St. Joe Drugs
Call'227-1723 for Prescription Needs

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

St. Joe Hardware.
Whirlpool Appliances Phone 229-8028

St. Joe Motor Co.
Phone 227-1336

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

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

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


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

Thames Jewelers
Watches Diamonds Gifts
for All Occasions

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

Western Auto
Your Tire Center
David B. May Phone 227-1105
Join the Winning Team at
Wewahitchka State Bank
Phone 229-8226
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Phone 229-6013


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Eagles

-The Wakulla War Eagles
captured the District 3-AA
championship last Friday
night, against one of the better
performances by the Port St.
Joe Sharks this year. The
young Sharks gave the War
Eagles some. anxious minutes
during the game, when just a
break or two could have made
an entirely different outcome.
The War Eagles won their
third straight championship,
32-12, scoring twice in the first
period and once in each of the
other quarters in the game.
The Sharks kept their errors
to a minimum and turned
' sophomore Michael Pittman


Take District Title


loose with the ball to play the
War Eagles a good game.
The Eagles put the Sharks
behind on their first posses-
sion of the ball. Taking the
opening kick-off, the Eagles
kept possession of the ball for
just slightly over five minutes
as they drove 80 yards for the
first score of the night. Bubba
Dempsey squirmed across the
goal line from the four yard
line and Mike Smith kicked
the .extra point to give the
Eagles a seven point lead.
The Sharks let the Eagles
know they were going to have
to work for it last Friday
night, when Michael Pittman


broke loose on his first run
from scrimmage for 46 yards
to the Eagle 26 yard line. Four
plays later, which included a
12-yard Chris Butts pass to
Terry Woullard, and the
Sharks were on the score-
board with six points after the
point after kick was blocked.
The. Eagles then bounced
back with six more points off a
12-yard dash by Robin Sapp as
the quarter ended.'
The Eagles put six more
points on the scoreboard in the
second period with a 27-yard
pass play to Dempsey, who
was the War Eagles' main
threat for the night.
Port St. Joe came within a
touchdown of taking the lead
early in the third period. The
Sharks were driving and had


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1982


PAGE ELEVEN


worked the ball all the way to
the Eagle 13, when they were
caught holding. Moving back
'to the 29 yard line, Chris Butts
threw a'strike to Greg Gathers
in the end zone to put six more
points up. The try for two
extra points failed.
Later in the third period,
Gerald Donaldson took a Mike
Smith pass for a 12-yard
scoring play with Smith's kick
for the extra point sailing
through the uprights.
Twice in the fourth period
the Eagles fumbled the ball
away to ,the Sharks, but the
Sharks were unable to capital-
ize on the mistake. Doug
Robinson recovered an Eagle
fumble on their own 19 yard
line early in the period. The
Sharks were unable to move


Michael Pittman gets set to go wherever Eagle quarterback, Mike Smith goes, in order to make the tackle.


Tres Parker comes in low on the Eagles' Gerald
Donaldson in Friday's grid action. --Star photos


Robert Taylor (30) and Tan Smiley (88), hem in Eagle
running back, Robin Sapp.., .


S C H FaithChristian FlagFootball

Sa t i J Team Loses, 26-13, to Niceville


FAITH CHRISTIAN LIONS-Standing, left to right:
Robert Quarles, Darryl Davidson, Chris Pate, Lee Parker.
Edward Wood, Howard Richards, Andy Richards, Coach
Fred Goebert. Kneeling: Craig Burkett, Brian Peiffer. Daren
Brant, Jerry Gilbert, Shannon Presnell and Tommy Ford.
Not pictured are managers, Dewanye Griffin and Judson
Pollock.


The Faith Christian Junior
High Flag Football team was
defeated, 26-13,'. Thursday,
Nov. 11, by, the team from
Rocky Bayou Christian in
Niceville.
A slow start and bad field
position allowed Rocky Bayou
to take an early 13-0 lead in the
first period. The Faith Christi-
an Lions strengthened their
defense, but the offense was
unable'o get on track in th'
first half. Rocky Bayou scored
quickly in the second half
making their lead 20-0, but the.
Lions refused to fold.
The hurry-up offense led by
quarterback Craig Burkett


began to roll. Faith Christi-
an's first score came on a 30,
yard pass from. Burkett to
Darryl Davidson. ).Moments
later the Lions scored again on'
a 25 yard pass from Burkett to
Chris Pate. Lee Parker added
the extra point. Faith Christi-
an was in the midst of an 80
yard drive sparked by a long
,run on a pass from Burkett to
. Qrles. Daren Brantand,Lee
Parker werlears in the
second half in defense.
, The next game will be at
2:00 P.M, Friday, November
19, against Panama City
Christian in the field between
the Elementary School and
the football field.


Gators Close Out Season With Win


Wewahitchka's Gators end-;
ed their season last Friday.
night with a fourth quarter
win over Ernest Ward, to'
chalk up four wins against five
losses for the season.
Both teams fought to "a
standstill until the last period,
even though the Gators had it
uphill most of the way in the
statistics. Ernest Ward was
whipping the Gators in of-,
fensed, but when, it came to

THE YARDSTICK


First downs
Rushing yards
Passing yards'
Return yards
Passes
Punts, avg.
Fumbles, lost:
Penalties, yds.


Wewa E.W.
10 12
,92 192
34 ., 25
44 45
17-3-4 6-1-1
5-29 3-37
0-0 2-0
7-55 7-35


II GOOD
SEASONS
to see your good
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CAR HOME
LIFE HEALTH

BILL WOOD
411 Reid Ave.
229-6514 or 229-6103
Like a good neighbor,
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Home Offices: Rloomingloa. Inloli


putting points on the board, the last quarter to give the
the Gators had what it took to Gators enough points to win
send the visitors with a loss. the game. Jason Whitfield put
Ernest -Ward 'piled up 217 two more points on the score-,
yards of offense while the board with his conversion and
Gators were managing only the Gators had it in the bag.
126, counting that one last Hampered byfumbles in the
yard ran by Vincent Jones in. last few games, the Gators


played the entire game Friday
without fumbling.
The Gator defense helped
their cause by intercepting'
one of Ernest Ward's six
passes, but the Gators lost
four by interception, while
filling the air with, 17 passes.


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 -P.O. 3x 1332
__ "~ -- 'MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410.. -
REAL ESTATE SALES BEACH.RENTALS. REALTOR
I After Hours: 648-8977
648-5011 Sales 648-5716 Rentals or 648-8939


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; Third St. 2 bdrm. 1 ba.
* frame home. Close to downtown for
shopping. $20,500.
* New Listing: 1912 Juniper Ave. 3 bdrm.
1/2 ba. brick home. Only $39,900.
* New Listing: 1610 Long Ave. 4 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. &
a/c 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., 11/2
ba., only 7 yrs. old. Long Ave.
* 1501 Monument Ave. Large 3 bdrm.,
11/2 ba., liv. rm., din. rm. & kit. combo.
* 619 Marvin Ave., 3 bdrm., 11/2 ba.,
chain link fence, Ig.. house, $33,400.


Mexico Beach
Ori this large lot is a 2 bdrm., 2 ba. bome
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/ ba.
house on 21/2 lots. $49,900 with good
owner financing.
LOTS
Many lots available with: low down
payments. Call to see today. Complete
list 'in the office.
MONTHLY RENTALS
Several New Rentals Now Available
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.


the ball and on the next series,
Sidney Harris pounced on an
Eagle fumble on the Shark 48.
Again the. Sharks couldn't
move and had to give up the
ball on downs. ,
The Eagles came back to
put their final TD up late in the
fourth period, when Smith
connected with a five-yard
pass to George Byrd.
Young Pittman, who carried
the load for most of the night
for the Sharks, picked up 103
yards in 23 carries. Curtis Ray
and Tres Parker also carried,
the ball well for the Sharks.
Michael Walding and Wil-
lard Paul Gilbert were defen-
sive standouts from their
linebacker positions.
FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night, the Sharks
will close out their season
against the Florida High De-
mons here at Shark Stadium ,
Game time is 8:00 p.m.
THE YARDSTICK
.PSJ Wak
Firstdowns 14 14,
Rushing yards 137 .147
Passing yards 121 159
Passes 22-9-1 14-10
Passes 22-9-1 14-10 '
Fumbles 3-0 3-2
Punts 1-23 1-39
Penalties 53 65


HOME APPLIANCE REPAIR


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


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Phone 229-8416 Port St. Joe, Fla.


* HEATING: Natural Gas, MAJOR APPLIANCES
Electric & Oil All Major Models
* ELECTRICAL PLUMBING REFRIGERATORS
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY.. NOV. 18, 1982


3 bdrm., 2 ba., good location,
living room, dining rm., Ig.
kitchen, cen. h&a. Has to be
seen. to be appreciated. Call
229-8737. 4tp 11-18
3 bdrm., 1 ba. house, low down
payment, owner financing.
Call Joe Davis, 227-1161, 8-5
p.m. tfc 10-28
Lot on Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach, 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,
: 213 8th St., Port St. Joe.
* $27,500.00, owner financing.
Phone 1/900-244-5695. For
showing call229-8821. tfc 10-21
Mexico Beach Duplex, I
year old. Each apartment has
:2 bdrm., ba., kitchen, dr-Ir
combo, carpet, a/c. Lg'. lot
within walking distance of
Gulf. Priced to sell at $44,500.,
Call 648-5070 or 648-5621.
tfc 10-21

HOUSE FOR SALE
1302 Garrison Ave. 212
bdrm., 1 ba., cen. h/a, kit-
chen, breakfast rm., din.
rm., lv. rm., utility rm.
Fenced in back yard, nice
neighborhood. Phone
227-1731. tfc 7-22


75x715' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15


Two bedroom block house in
Wewa. Call 648-8311 after 7:30
p.m. 8tp 11-4





Small 1973 Buick, real low
mileage, 8-track tape deck,
a/c, good mechanical cond.,
solid transportation. Very rea-
sonable price. Call 227-1356.
Sltc 11-18

1982 Escort for sale, $600
down, take over payments.,
For more information call
229-8780. tfc 11-18
1978 GMC 4-wheel drive
truck. Take over payments,
good condition. See or call
Jerry Gainous, 227-1260.
tfc 11-11
1974 Chevrolet, good run-
ing condition. $600. Call
229-8457. 2t11-11





1975 22' center console
Apollo Sports @Fisherman
boat; 1977 115 h.p. Mercury
outboard motor with power
trim; 1977 Tandem axle"
trailer. Call 229-6787.


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For Rent: 1, 2 or 3 bdrm. ful-
ly furnished private apart-
ments, heat & linens: Reason-
able, by week or weekend on-
ly, St. Joe Beach, near beach.
Call 763-6740. tfc 11-25
Fully furnished one
bedroom cottage, glassed in
porch, available now. Come
see at 207 Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach or phone 648-8918.
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.
tfc 10-7


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. tfc7-1
SKI BREEZE
Camping, campers for rent,
day, week or month. On the
Gulf, beach or. wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickmnan.
Res. 229-6105.


Wanted: Couple with one
child would 'like to rent 3
bdrm., 2 ba., furnished house
year round in Mexico Beach
area. Call 648-5696. Itp 11-18
Wanted: Part-time
salesman to demonstrate &
sell Mini Wondra portable roto
tillers with water pump &
muffler. Fits any chain saw.
Write Westville Mfg., P. 0.
Box 200, Westville, FL 32464.
2tpll-18


When extra ice':cubes are,
needed for' punches, or ice
buckets at parties, use muf-
fin tins'instead of buying
new ice cube trays. The big
ice cubes will last longer.


ERA PARKER REALTY


MEXICO BEACH. Charming brick & stucco
home on 2 lots. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., cen. h&a,
fenced yd. ceiling fan & appliances. Taste-
fully decorated Corner of Palm & Azalea.


MEXICO BEACH. Double lot and comfort-
able 3 bdrm., 2 ba. home completely fur-
nished. Fla. rm., cen. h&alc, carpet, kitchen
w snack bar, .Ig. liv. rm & utility rm. Mor-
tgage of. $32,000 is Iassumable at 972%.
Owner will hold second mortgage at 10%.
Florida & 3rd St:


* WETAPPO LOTS
* BEACHSIDE LOTS & HOUSES

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


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


(OUTSIDE
FLORIDAi


MEXICO BEACH. Almost new stone and
cedar 3 bdrm., 2 ba. home on big 110'x110'
lot.' Modern kit., great rm with storage,
single car garage, workshop, landscaped
lawn. Call 'for complete info. Arizona Dr.


MEXICO BEACH. For discriminating buyers
only! Modern contemporary styling, pool w
privacy fence & landscaped pool area. 3
bdrm., 3 full baths, Ig. sun porch, cathedral
ceiling, fireplace, ceiling fans, Jenn-aire
range & grill, Thermador oven & microwave.
Too many extras to mention. Owner will
finance.

* RENTALS
* SALES
* MINI WAREHOUSE STORAGE


Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate


Yard Sale: Mexico Beach.
Hwy. 98 & 11th St. Tools,
clothes & misc. items. Sat.,
Nov. 20, 9 a.m. central.,
Cancelled if raining.
Yard Sale: Clothes, toys, ap-:
pliances, misc. items. Across
from the Governor Annex,
Mexico Beach.
Yard Sale: Fri. & Sat., Nov.
19 & 20, 813 Marvin Ave., 9 to 5.
Carport Sale: 6 Families,
618 Madison St. (Oak Grove),
Nov. 18, 19, 9 to 5. No early
sales. No junk items. Clothes,
some new, children's, ladies'
size 16, 18, 20. Ceramics,
games, tapes, furniture,
dishes, lots of good surprises.
Free coffee. 1 set of golf clubs
(3 woods, 8. irons, 1 putter),
g)lf bag & pair of man's size 9
Hush Puppy shoes $100; poker
table w 8' glass ashtrays,
recessed wells for glasses,
chips, cards (not included),
hardboard cover allows table
to be used for serving, 29"
hx57" diameter, sell for $100.
Must see to appreciate.


Yard Sale: Friday and Sat.,
Nov. 19-& 20 at,8:30 a.m. Cor-
ner Hwy. 98 & 386,, Beacon.
Hill. Wide selection of items.
Yard Sale: Sat., Nov. 20, 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. 90910th St., Pofrt
St. Joe. It 11-18
Yard Sale: 1010 Palm Blvd.,
Sat.,, Nov. 20, Clothes, toys,'
household goods, misc. items.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


Garage Sale: Junk sale, 5041,
16th St., Friday, Nov. 19th, 8 to
2. Stereo equip., toys.
Garage Sale: 1007 Marvin
Ave., Sat., Nov. 20, 9 a.m. til 5
p.m. Good selection of girls"
clothes, books, jewelry, 10
speed bike and many other
misc. items. Itp


-misc.I
FORSAL


Dining table & six chairs,
excel. cond., $200; man's
Schwinn bicycle $100; Singer
sewing machine, Touchtronic
2001, $450. Call 229-6182. Itc
Ladies' golf clubs, 4 woods w
covers, 8 irons & putter & bag,
$150. Phone after 5:00 Monday
thruFriday, 648-8998. ltp !-18
' Boat with motor and trailer,
also boxed-in trailer, 1971
Opel. Best offer will get them.
648-5353.
One Construction heater; 1
100 gal. propane gas tank; 3 g..
Spanish bar stools, yellow;
Panchinco game and pinball
machine, all in good cond. Call
648-5443. Itc 11-18
Used bathroom equipment,
ideal for camp, $75. Call
before 2:00: or after 7 p.m.
229-8994. tc 11-18
1979 Yamaha 750 Special;
black, beautiful, bad. Call
229-6619. ltp11-18
Pool table, ideal for Christ-
mas gift. Regulation size in
very good cond. Call 648"5777
or 648-5653. ltc 11-18
3 pc. living rm. suite, couch,
love seat & chair, $75. Also
swivel rocker, '$25. Call
229-8363. Itc 11-18
Brand new mattress, box
springs and frame. From a
new double-wide trailer, $75.
Call after 6 p.m. 648-5601.
ltc11-18
17' fiberglass boat, trailer,
and 75 h.p. Chrysler motor.
$700 or best offer. Can be.seen
at Santa Anna & Ga. Ave., St.
Joe Beach. 648-5974. tfc'11-18
FREE playful kittens; 2
males. Call 227-1212., ltp 11-18


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.
5tp 11-11
Mobile home, 12x65' Flam-
ingo, has 3 bdrms., 1% baths.
Call 648-5106. 3tc 11-11
L210 tractor and 5 im-
plements, $5,000. Call 229-8829.
tfc 11-11
School Surplus Property Bid
Sale. November 20, 1982, Port
St. Joe High School, Public
viewing 8:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
Awards made after 1:30ip.m.
2tcll-11
Mobile Home: 12x55'in good
.condition, partially furnished.
$3,000 firm. Call 229-8708 or
227-1327. tfc 8-12
1980 Honda 200cc. 1,800
miles, like new, windshield & 2
helmets included. For more
info call 229-8919. ltp 11-18


;HOLIDAY SPECIAL
12 pencils with name
stamped' ,in silver, only"
$1.85 including tax. A
thoughtful, inexpensive
gift. 1 day service. 'We do
the' stamping in our shop.
Ask about our special fund-
raiser prices for your club
or school group. Call
648-8914 1
Pat's Mats & Frames
406 7th St., Mexico Beach',
tfc 11-18


The Ladies' Auxiliary of the'
V.F.W. meets the 'second
Tuesday and the fourthThurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge..


I SERVICE


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.
tfc 1-21
LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
Carpet Upholstery
Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 11-4

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


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



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!









Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue -


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 CAK
its month meeting the first
Tuesday of each month at 7 Mg
p.m. at the Water Plant.,
tfe 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.
8:00p.m.
B. F. NUNNERY, W.M. ,
J. P. Cooley, Sec. -


SHALLOW WELLS
2294380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tfc 4-29
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work -- Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day

THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reid Ave. 229-6954
Open 7 Days A Week
Mon. Sat., 7 a.m. 8 p.m.
Sun. 10 a.rri. 6 p.m.
Self service or Drop-off
tfc 11-18


Ann's Place of Cakes
Magellan Street St. Joe Beach
648-5258
Open 9-5, Monday Saturday
* Orders Taken for Special Event Cakes,
Christmas Cookies & Candies.
* Hand painted Sand Dollars
* Original Oil Paintings
* Fine Needlework, Crochet, Knit, Needle-
point
* Ceramics, Shell & Welded Novelties,
* Woodwork
* Hand crafted Novelty Items
* Art Supplies, Xmas Wreaths, Plants
Items made by Senior Citizens and Adult Activity Center,
of Port St. Joe.


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


Custom Interior Design


sheetrock texture-stipple

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

Monthly fee includes ALL
required tax forms.
My work will stand up,
under C.P.A. audit.
* *

Moved to 220 Reid Ave.
(Next to Boyles),
Port St. Joe, Fla.:
Phone 229-8536
WAUNETA'S
Bookkeeping Service
Wauneta Brewer PatHohman
Owner : Assistant
tp7-15 .


NOW OPEN

ANN'S PLACE of
.ES, CRAFTS, FRAMES, PAINTINGS
& ART SUPPLIES
gellan Street St. Joe Beach e Phone 648-5258
e 'l lC 11-11 '




The Sewing Room
S 410A Reid Avenue
,Port St. Joe, Florida 'O0 |

'Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices" '


e REEVES FURNITURE & A

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


406 7th Street


* Mexico Beach, Fla.


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

SEE OUR GIFT ITEMS
INCLUDING SHELL PRINTS, NOTE CARDS,
FINEARTSAND 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


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

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


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.BOX456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
L ^ tfc'7


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


3 bdrm 1 ba. masonry nome with carport on Ia. lot in
good neighborhood $33.500.00
3 bdrm, 1 ba frame dwelling al 110 Duval Sti Oak
Grove Only $8.000 00.
1 acre inland tracls, 3 miles from city. $4,995 100c down
Owner financing.
FOR RENT: 2 bdrm unfurnished house al Si Joe Beacn
$125.00 per mo.

HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133 Port St. Joe
Roy Smith. Associate John Clenney, Associate
I*1^ ^*-- ^ --


For Sale by Owner 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
Call 9041968-5464, Pensacola ,9 is3


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


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