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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 15


St. Joe Paper Company president, J.
C. Belin, left, makes a few encouraging
remarks to the Port Authority Friday after

Feasibility Study In


Presently
In a final report to the Port St. Joe
Port Authority this past week by engin-
eers, a new port for the city at this time
would pay for itself if it is built in sections.
The final of five reports says current
contacts show the port of Port St. Joe could
initially expect to receive 811,000 tons of
cargo to handle a year, with an additional
20 percent unidentified frieght also ex-
pected, each. year, which would boost. the
Annual tonnage well over'a milliontons a,
year.
Estimates are that cargo handling would
steadily increase once the port facilities
were put into operation.
In light of the projected tonnage, the
report recommends the port construct two
berths of the overall plan of four berths,
with the others to be added as cargoes
increase. The report shows that the two
berths would generate enough revenue to
pay for their own debt service and
operational costs with the projected
811,000 tons a year and would keep Port St.
Joe highly competitive with other ports on
a tonnage charge basis.
The engineers estimate it would cost
some'$35.5 million to construct the two
berths and operating facilities, requiring a
$8.49 per ton charge to amortize the costs
of port operation and debt charges.
All of this cost would not be borne by
the Pprt Authority in its construction.
'Equipment such as cranes, tugs and
refrigerated warehouse would be provided
by private investors and the costs borne by
them, which would reduce the Port
Authority's annual responsibilities.
I The study makes several recommen-
dations for economizing initially, to get the


THE STAR
Industry -Deep Water Port--Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1982


his firm had been repaid a loan made to
the organization. George Tapper, Port
Authority president, is shown with Belin.


Pay Its Way
project into operation. It recommends.
construction of only 25,000 square feet of
refrigerated warehouse with provisions-
made for 25,000 'more; provision of a
mobile crane in lieu' of a gantry crane.;
reduction of pavement in the container
yard; reducing dredging to eliminate the
southern channel and moving the turning
basin.
Primarily the port would be handling
such products as refrigerated foods, paper
products, steel wire and dry chemicals.
In the final paragraph, -the report.
says: "The development of Port St. Joe is
feasible with the phasing of the project as
outlined previously. With this construction
schedule, the port can begin operations
and start to develop customers. As cargoes
increase and additional facilities 'are
required, they can be constructed and
financed through these new anticipated
revenues. The construction of the entire
facility cannot be supported by the current
estimated cargoes and phasing must be
employed."
Such a program is what the Port
Authority initially had in mind.
The report was received by the Port
Authority at a special meeting last Friday
,morning. Also, last Friday, the Authority
repaid a loan they had received from St.
Joe Paper Company to begin the feasibil-
ity and engineering study, which produced
the report Friday and preliminary plans
for the entire project.
Authority chairman, George Tapper,
presented St. Joe Paper Company presi-
dent, J. C. Belin, with a check for $167,000
to repay the loan with interest. The
original'loan was for $250,000, but the
Authority used only the $167.000.


C istmas Parade Success

4000 Crowd Downtown to Witness Event


An estimated 4,000 people
Gathered along Reid Avenue
in Port St. Joe in perfect
weather Saturday morning, to
witness the annual Christmas
parade. ,:.
Parade officials say they
ended up with 57 units; in the-
string of floats, cars, bands,
horses, marching groups and
Santa Claus in the string of,
entries which took nearly 'an
hour to make the parade
route.
Led off by the honor guard
provided by the- National
Guard and the NJROTC, the,
entries found their way north
on Reid Avenue and then south


on Highway 98 to their point of
beginning.
Rev. Jimmie Spikes, who
was in charge of placing the
marchers and drivers in the
line, said at least 16 events
showed up at the last minute
who had not reserved, their
spot or said they were coming.
"We gave them a spot and
everything worked out fine",
Spikes said.
Al Ray, director of the
entire production said the
parade was larger than last
year and he already had
assurances from some of the
. entries that they would be
back next year. "We seem to
be getting more interest and-


enthusiasm in our parade",
Ray said.


20$ Per Copy


Gulf Students Score Above Norm


Continue SteadyImprovement In SSAT Test


Superintendent of Schools Walter Wilder
reported this week that all Gulf County schools
had scored above the state minimum'compliance
standard on the Statewide Student Assessment
Test of basic skills in reading, 'writing and
mathematics: The tests were administered
state-wide in grades' three, five and eight in
October.
The report on achievement of the testing
program were receivedthis past week end by the
local school board, which' showed Gulf County
students considerably above state compliance
'standards and still improving.
A comparison with past records in the testing
program showed an improvement of from one to
five percentage points in each of the three areas
tested.. A decrease was experienced in only. one


instance, where third graders tested in mathema-
tics dropped by one percentage point from the 1981
level of 92 percent of the students passing the test.
In the higher grades, the improvements were
dramatic with the eighth grade students showing' a
consistently high percentage of improvement over
last year and considerably higher than the 1978
results when the testing program was first
started. Eighth grade students showed a testing
improvement over last year from 89 to 94 percent
in reading; 92 to 96 percent in writing and 88 to 89
percent in mathematics.
Since the program started in 1978, eighth
graders have improved 12 percent in reading, 12
percent in writing and eight percent in mathema-
ticsfth graders ,showed increases from 89 to 91
Fifth graders showed increases from 89 to 91


percent in reading; 89 to 92 percent in writing and
87 to 89 percent in mathematics.
Third graders showed an increase in passing
pupils from 91 to 94 percent in reading; 92 to 96
percent in writing and a decrease from 92 to 91
percent in mathematics.
Wilder said eleventh and twelfth graders who :
were new to the district or who had failed to pass
the SSAT part II (formerly functional literacy) :
last April were tested again in October. All.
of the 13 students taking the communications
section of SSAT II passed and sixty percent of the
48 students taking the mathematics section of the
test, passed. Those not mastering the state
standards will have another try at it next April
This. week, students were given a report to
parents to take home, showing their achievement
on the statewide assessments. .


Accepts Phone Co.Bid



For Providing irek i Arm : S y s


The City Commission ac-
cepted a revised bid from St
Joseph Telephone and Tele-'
graph Company Tuesday
night, to, furnish a new fire
warning phone system.
. The new system, -made
necessary by the company's
installation of new switching
equipment was first priced out
to the City last month at a cost
of $335.00 per month service
charge. Since this was .
healthy increase over th,
$130.00 a month the city ha(
been paying for its previous
system, the Commission ask
ed for alternate suggestions
and investigated purchase,ol
its own private system. ..
'Tuesday iiight, Patrick. Ma-
honey; Commercial' Manager
for St. Joseph Tel. and. Tel.U
came back with a revised bid,;
saying the firm would offer'.,
the same system, with' a limit
of 20 phones to the system for.
$242 per month, "Our bare .
operational costs for the sys-
tem", he said. The system
would be installed by St. Joe
for use by the volunteer fire
department as a warning
system only.
"We've already ordered the
equipment in anticipation of
your approval", Mahoney
said, "Since we're going to cut
this new system over in
February and it will have to be
in place by that time".
Mahoney said the new
change in switchboard ma-
chinery would be hardly no-
ticeable to the average custo-
mer, but the new system and
the old fire warning system
were just not compatible.
"You will have a better:
;system 'with the new equip-
.ment"; he said. The old
system, with 12 phones, had ai
diminishing quality of volume
as more phones were pickedT
up in an alarm situation, but
the new system, with up to 20
phones, will maintain the
same volume over the receiv-.
ers, .regardless of how many
phones are picked up.
PROBLEM NOT SO BAD
At their last meeting, the


Com mission was alarmed by a
report that the piping system
to the foam sprinklers in the
Wastewater Treatment Plant
lagoon were possibly eroded to
the point where they were in
danger of rupturing and wash-
ing out the dike around the
pond. ,
An emergency inspection of
the piping system was ordered


and on close examination, it
was found that only the four
inch stand pipes which attach-
ed the sprinklers to the supply
lines were eroded due to the
water settling out of the pipes
when the sprinklers.were riot'
in use, allowing air to get to
their surfaces.
Bob Simon, superintendent
at the plant, said a visual


JUNIOR MISS WINNERS-From left, Towan Peters,
1983 Junior Miss; Tanya Pippin, first runner-up; Lynn
Stephens, second runner-up and Lori Gregg, third'runner-up.


inspection, inside and out of
the supply lines showed them,
all to be sound. He had
estimated it would cost some
$180,000 to purchase materials
to replace all the sprinkler
service pipe.
The Commission' gave 'Si-'
mon authority Tuesday to ask
for bids for enough four inch
stainless steel pipe to replace


the sprinkler stand pipes ii
the system. -
Approval was also given th
award a recent bid of $1,048;-
000 to Meadors Constructio'n
Company of Jacksonville, to
make certain renovations and
repairs to the WWP as re
quested by the Department of
Environmental Regulation.
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The girls are shown holding the trophies presented to them -
for their achievement. -Star photo,


Junior Miss Towan Peters


Towan Peters was a 'surprised and extremely happy
young lady last Saturday night, when the judges announced
her name as the 1983 Gulf County Jumnor Miss. Deliberating
for nearly 45 minutes following the pageant, the judges
selected four winners in the.contest. Miss Peters, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Peters of Highland View was the winner.
Miss Peters will receive a $500 scholarship to the college
of her choice as her first prize, 'as well as the opportunity to
represent Gulf County in the Florida Junior Miss pageant to


It's Time to Get


Off Xmas Mail


This year, the Postal Ser-
vice is joining forces with the
business community of Port
St. Joe in urging customers to
shop early and mail early for
the holidays.
* Postmaster Tom Sapp has
officially declared the start of
the holiday season by asking
shoppers to shop early and


mail early this year and to
make certain that mail is
addressed correctly (includ-
ing ZIP Codes) and packages
are wrapped correctly so that
cards and parcels reach their
destinations in plenty of time
for the holictays.
"Normally, we handle about
(Continued On Page 3)


Brenda Moore (holding the baby and the check) director
of the Senior Citizens organization and Tisha Bell, her
assistant, received first place money in the float contest at
the Christmas parade Saturday morning. Next to them is Al
Ray, project director, who presented the check. Cub Scout


Kyle Griffin turns to show some of his fellow Cubs the check
for $50.00 they earned for third place and Rev. Jimmie
Spikes, co-director of the parade, presents the second place,
$75.00 check to Christina Weber and Amy Ford, for the St.
James Episcopal youth. --Star photo


be held in Pensacola in February of next year.
Other runner-up winners selected by the judges were
Tanya Pippin, daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Pippin of
Dalkeith, first runner-up; Lynn Stephens, daughter of Mr.'
and Mrs. Charles .Stephens, second runner-up and Lori
Gregg, daughter of Linda Gregg, third runner-up. The
runner-up winners will also receive cash awards for college,
scholarships.
Receiving other awards selected by the panel of judges
were: Cathy Rish, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rish,
*physical fitness; Kelly Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs..
Bill M. Johnson, poise and appearance; Lori Ray, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Al Ray, creative and performing arts;
The contestants voted on Latricia Allen, daughter of Mrs,..
Lillian Watson, naming her the Spirit of Junior Miss.
About 500 people came out in the rain and threatening.
weather to witness the pageant, held in the Commons Area of
Port St. Joe High School. The Kiwanis Club was sponsor of
the show this year after being initiated and sponsored for
several years by the Jaycees.



Letters Coming Into Old

Santa; Where is Yours?


Letters have already\
started coming in to The
Star addressed to Santa
Claus. The letters, and
others still to be sent in will
be printed in The Star's
Christmas edition.
While several letters
have already arrived,
there is still plenty of room.
for more. The Star will
print all letters received
prior to the deadline on
Monday, December 20, but
the letters will be given
more careful attention if
they arrive earlier.


In order to help out in this
project, which The Star
does each year, the local
newspaper is asking that
all kids get busy now and
get their letters written and
mailed, so our composing
department can get them
set up in type and forward-
ed on to Santa Claus at the
North Pole.
Just address your letters
to: The Star, P.O. Box 308.
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
Then watch for your
letter in print in The Star
on December 22.


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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR.


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1982


Players



But Fat

-After a strike of some month or
: ,^ it appears as if professional
football is trying to make up for lost
time.
You can get a professional
football game on the television
almost any night except Tuesday
ind Wednesday and those niights
anay be filled- up before the season
- fnds.
If you think the fans are
confused over the professional foot-
b ifall players strike, just look at how
confused the players are. They won't
iote on an agreement reached by



Royal Tiff

The report is that Lady Di
Sand Prince Charles are having
marital difficulties because the
Prince likes hunting and Lady
Di gets ill at the thought of
killing animals.
Here in the Panhandle,
v where a man isn't a man unless
he has a pick-up truck with a
rifle hanging in the rear
window and a dog box on the
: back, we can see where, if
Every woman were like Lady
Di, lawyers could all retire for
life in writing up divorces.
: Chances are, Lady Di and
Prince Charles will come to an
aAgreement over this problem
ut as our Northwest Florida
Z es have. When hunting
-gseason starts here, they all
ome widows and they have
earned to cope with it.
s -Lady Di will too, in time.
A-


You Did

We'll admit, the Port St.
'Chfistmas parade last Satur
lacedd the polish, the expertise
the gaudiness of the Macy's Thai
'giving day parade, but you hav
admit, it was a right.fine effort fo
city the size of Port St. Joe to co
up with.
Each and every year,
volunteers come up with a perio
entertainment which might not b
slickly produced but is certainly
kas interesting as the efforts of th
'paid professionals in the lar
cities. We can be proud of
parade. We can also be proud-of
'fact that Port St. Joe was the f
small city in the Panhandle to co
up with a Christmas parade. Th
so. It has been several years si
the parade was initiated, but Pori



Diets Are In
:. JI I GUESS IT'S THE time of the year
or something. Everybody I meet seems
to be on a diet. I sat beside a man by the
name of Gray Wilson from DeFuniak
Springs ii Miami a few weeks ago at
' the Saturday morning breakfast meet-
ing of the Panhandle League of Cities,
and even he was dieting. He was one of,
th.' se disgustingly slender, tall and
elderly gentlemen who look like they
weigh the same they weighed when
they wefe 20 years old and still have
every muscle trim, elastic and fit that
was fit some 40, years ago.
It seems-Gray Wilson was a former
football coach here in the Panhandle
O .nol knew Marion Craig and Wayne
STaylor very well. He was coach at-
O ,' rtanna whenCraig was coaching...
Wlck has been a year or two ago. He
iw' oaching at Chipley when Taylor
i: s coaching: or maybe I have it
reversed.
: Anyhow, he knew both and fielded
teims against both.
/, :The irony of it was that all three are
ne dieting.
I WAS UP IN Wewahitchka one day








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WFreshle L Ramsw
Shirley &. Ranssey


Are Back



is Aren't

their representatives and the foot-
ball owners because they are afraid
the contract may be voted down and
they would have to stop playing.
Now, as we see it, the players
want to get the, goodies they asked
for when they first went out on strike
but they now think they don't want
these things bad enough to strike
again if the players vote down a
contract which would put them back
to work.
Confusing?
How about calling the football
strike fiasco a fourth down and 15
and going for it?
The fans seem to be less than
enchanted with the whole mess. As
the television cameras pan the
audiences since the players went
back to work, there are acres and
acres of empty seats.... even in good
weather. If it's raining when the
game starts, the no-shows far
outnumber the shows.
We think that before the whole
matter is over and the fans get back
to watching in the numbers they
were before the strike, the players
are just going to have to admit that it
was poor timing and excessive,
greedy demands on their part and
the fans cannot find themselves in
sympathy with' the players when the
fans are in danger of having their
jobs vanish overnight.
Almost to .a man, the football
players tell you they enjoy playing
the game and most of them play
where they get the most money for
their efforts. Still they strike in
dissatisfaction.
It's a crazy world.


I Good, Men
Joe Joe was there first.
day The Kiwanis Club took over the
and production of the parade two years
nks- ago, after the Jaycees had member-
e to ship and manpower problems, and
or a they have done a good job with it
ome each year. More specifically, the
credit goes to Al Ray, who gets
our appointed by whoever the Kiwanis
d of Club president happens to be at that
e as time, because, "He has done it
just before and he knows what to do".
hose No matter what the reason, Al,
rger along with his partner this year,
our Rev. Jimmie Spikes, handled the job
the for the Kiwanis Club and was one of
first the main handlers when the Jaycees
ome were putting on the parade. He has
at's done a good job and we think he
since deserves a free piece of bubble gum
t St. for his efforts, until he is better paid.


SVogue Whe
last week, sitting around a table having,
a cold drink with a couple of men up
there while. I was waiting, for Bob
Brown at -the shoe shop to put a new
pair of heels on my shoes.


It Takes A Lot of Net Mending When the Mullet Run


....A MAN'S WORLD



a iA Child's Play

. [.. BY SHAD PHANTRY


Have you ever stopped and
listened to children while,they
play? They have the unique
ability of taking simple,
everyday things and using
them for endless hours as a
toy for entertainment.. They
also have the ability of making
the most out of every moment'
of every hour of every! day.
Undaunted by worries or
problems, they let their imagi-
nation fly and, without reser-
vation, play the game of life in
a fantasyland of perpetual:
enjoyment.
A few nights ago I listened
while my two youngest were
at play. Their laughter and!
merriment struck me in a
strange way. I suddenly be-
came a little envious and
thought how wonderful 'it
would be to enjoy simple
things like child play again. I
wrote a little poem of my
feelings at the time. It goes
like this:


LIKE A CHILD
Let me laugh like a


child


ever You Ge
on being fat Istill "pleasingly plump
after all these years) and it has still
remained a deep, dark mystery. .
When I eat, I always take a child's
portion. I steer away from 'desserts


ETA. IN SRDL

i By:We


Newly elected Mayor,. Robert Na-'
tions came up with an idea which
makes him a shoo-in as a success at
being Mayor of Wewahitchka if he uses
the same powers of observation at
being Mayor as he uses at observing
why people are fat.
Robert says it's .cottage cheese
which is making people fat..
'That's nice to know. All this time, I
have wondered what made me border


again; we, the
Let me run to catch the wind. lies, cou
Let me soar where Eagles part of i
dare; ; one, thi
Let me sleep so soundly there. much e
S' muchsn
Let me play and run and hardship
climb;- our spai
Let me race 'till the end of in suck
, time. ways,
Let me love my food and Itissi
drink; that the
Let me live life to the brink, children
face. the
Let me endless mountains ships thi
climb; from da
Let me be the hero of all time. that all
Let me the prairie and oceans maintain
ride; memory
Let me keep my six-gun at my that son
side. will nev
God b
Let me be a man some day; may thI
Let me laugh and run, and enjoy li
play. they cai
Let. me soar where Eagles I will
dare;. : right no
Let me sleep so soundly there. the marl
-S.P. Lare pl,
Wouldn't it be wonderful if it's my t



and Coti
pound cake. Cottage cheese finds itself
into my life style at these times.
So the culprit making all of us fat is
cottage cheese, huh?
Robert says it's so. He gives as


'esleyR. Ramsey.


unless I come in contact with some'
which are good and I subscribe to the
belief that whatever is good won't hurt
you.
Still, I too, fight the battle of the
bulge... constantly and half-heartedly..
Robert says cottage cheese causes
one to gain weight, huh? Could it be? At
times I get desperate and go the cottage
cheese route, foregoing gravy,! mashed
potatoes, hot rolls, cornbread and


evidence, "If you will notice all those
who eat it regularly are either fat or
getting fat".
You can't dispute evidence like
that.
+ + +
WOULDN'T IT BE ecstatic misery
to be a kid right now?
I can remember when I was a kid
around the first week in December. The
slowest moving month in the year was


leaders of our fami-
ld love life, the leisure
it, like children? I, for
nk our lives would be
easier, our problems
nailer in scope and the
ps a lot easier t face if
re time could be spent.
simple,, enjoyable
sometimes sad to think
wonderful, fun-loving
must soon grow up to
e problems and hard-
iat we adults encounter,
y to day. It is my hope
I children grasp and
n ,a place, in their
for child play and
ie of the child in them
er cease to live.
less little children and
ey all be happy and
fe to the liinit while
n.
write more later but
w I must get back to
ble game. My sons and
saying "keepsies" and
urn to lag for the line!


City Accepts
(Continued From Pe) for the work.
(Continued From Page.I). for ithe work.


The project would cover all
the scope of work outlined by
DER with the exception of
dredging sludge from the
lagoon, which has been defin-
ed as to the solution of the
problem of high emissions of
suspended solids by the plant.
The lagoon cannot be dredg-
ed until a part of Meadors
work is finished and is done by
a specialty contractor. Bids
for this work are expected to
be worked up in the near
future and actual dredging to
get underway about the mid-
dle or third quarter of next
year.
ORDERS ISSUED
The Commission instructed
Clerk Alden Farris to send an
official letter to Robert Lewis
to either repair or tear down
his partially burned out house
on Robbins Avenue, with the
work to begin within 48 hours
after receipt of the letter.
Robbins was to be notified
that if the work is not started
within that time, condemna-
tion proceedings will be initi-
ated by the City, which would
require Lewis to .tear the
house down or the City would
do it for him and charge him


tage Cheese
December. The other 11 months of
year moved slow enough, but when
first of December moved around,
days just all but stopped moving
time stood still.
I can still remember staring at
calendar for minutes and hours a
time, making sure the date at the tol
the newspaper that day and the day
the calendar cooincided. It wouldn't
to have; an extra day to wait
Christmas. It was hard enough wail
for the proscribed days without slip
an extra one in on me.
Today, as an adult, the days pi
to ~ ~ k- fnimsnae -nLUrhina uy


rior
f h


to Chunristmas nave taken to1 rushing by,
rather than crawling along at a snail's
pace. Maybe it's that month of
December which makes the years seem
to go by faster as we get older.
Whatever the reason, the month of
December now has grease under its
dates rather than being bogged down in
the mire of father time trying to make'
that last few steps before he steps aside
in favor of the new year.
THE DREAD OF having to come


CONSIDER FRANCHISE
The Commission agreed to0;
consider including a question
'on the Municipal Election
ballot next May to agree to a
new electric service franchise-
with Florida Power Corpora-
tion which would increase
their franchise payments to
the City to six percent. The
city now receives four percent
from the utility for the fran-
chise. ,
The city's present franchise
doesn't run out until 1986, but
renewal of the franchise now
for a 20 year period, would
increase the city revenue from
the firm by the two percent.

Covered Dish
At Country Club
There will be a Christmas
covered dish supper and select
shot tourney at St. Joseph's
Bay Country Club on Sunday,
December 12. The select shot
will begin at 1:00 P.M., with
the supper to be held at 6:00
P.M.
All members, their families,
and guests are cordially in-
vited.


s the Reason
up with a decision of what to get
everyone for Christmas has replaced
the agony of wondering what I was
going to get.
I guess that can make a mighty
difference in how fast the month goes
by, also.
Every year, Frenchie and the kids
come up with that bit of "What do you
want for Christmas?"
"Shucks, I don't want anything. I
-have almost everything I could ever
want. If I get anything else, it would
just be icing on the cake. I just tell them
I want a day without hassle, a good
meal, well cooked, and a day without
shaving.
Could a fellow ask for anything
more?
Of course, I know I'll get something
for Christmas. I always do. The gifts
will come and they will be welcome,
even though I wasn't in a particular
want for anything.
I guess that's what takes the
slowness out of the month of December.


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.


Dec. 9
Dec.10
Dec. 11
Dec.12
Dec. 13
Dec.14
Dec. 15
Dec.16


High Ht. Low Ht.
2118 .8 1225 .3
2058 1.0 706 .3
2108 1.2 652 .0
2131 1.3 720 -.2
2200 1.4 752 -,3
2232 1.4 829 -.4
2307 1.4 906 -.4
2343 1.4 845 -.4


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DR. AND MRS. PETE IMBER AND DAUGHTER, NICOLE


Dr. Pete Imber Says He'll


Move to St. Joe In July


Dr. Pete Imber has agreed Nicole, are living at Mexico
to come to Port St. Joe in July Beach this month while they
of next year and set up his are here.
medical practice here as a A native of Delphos, Ohio,
family practitioner. Dr. Imber received his medi-
This month, Dr. Imber and cal education at Wright State
his family will be in Port St. University Medical Center in
Joe as a part of his residency Dayton, Ohio. His residency
program, practicing in the program was spent in family
offices of Dr. Wayne Hendrix, practice. in a clinic operated
in preparation to returning in by, the medical school in
July. Dr. Imber will be here Yellow Springs, Ohio. He is
during the entire month of here on a rotation in rural
December. medical practice program,
Imber, his wife, Anna and practicing with Dr. Hendrix.
their 14-month-old daughter. Dr. Imber says he already


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to returning for good in July.


Faith
Christian
Faith Christian School an-
nounces the Honor Roll for the
second six weeks grading
period.
ALL A's
Grade one: Brant Bizek,
Bryan Butts, Kimberly Coop-
er, Anita Davis, Rusty Ming-
er, Eric Monteiro, Traci Peif-
fer, Joseph Price, Johnathan
Thursby.
Grade three: Dana Swatts.
Grade four: Christy Smith.
Grade five: John Parker,
Jeff Richards, and Brad
Thursby..
Grade eight: Lee Parker,
and Howard Richards.
ALL A's and B's
Grade one: Samantha Pope,
Julie Johnson, Crystal Hall,,
Kellie Kennington, Brad Le-
mieux, David Oakley, and Bill
/Wyatt.
SGrade two: Bert Cain, Kim-
berly Fields, LaToya Lewis,
Jarred Nolen, Craig Pate, and
George Thomas.
Grade three: Shannon Cain,
and Chris Parker.
Grade four: Deby Monteiro,
and Kevin Peiffer.
Grade five: Tyler Ford, and
Chris Varnum.
Grade six: DeWanna David-
son, and Judson Pollock.
Grade seven: Brian Peiffer.


Grade eight: Daren Brant,
Darryl Davidson, and Robert
Quarles.
Highland
View
Highland View Elementary
School announces the Honor
Roll for the second six weeks
grading period:
ALL A's
First grade: Josh Colbert.
Fifth grade: Tammy Stal-
Slings.
Sixth grade: Tammy Willi-
ams, Vincent VonEllingtton,
Bobby VanPietersom, Laura
Ridgley,! Michael Ramsey,
Christy McDaniel, Robin Kim-
mel, and Russell Funderburk.
ALL A's and B's
First grade: Dee Dee Nic-
hols, Shannon Dew, Judy
Himmerich, Joni Peak, Matt
Hanna, Kendra McDaniel, and
Dana Maige.
Second grade:' Alison
Lowery, Dana Earley, Becky
Carr, Davy Young, Jason
Kennedy, Jason Ammons,
Brandy Conrad, Jason Nu-
gent.
Third grade: Christy Haw-
kihs, Jeanet Hale, Matthew
Richter, and Randy Ramsey.
Fourth grade: David Park-
er.'
Fifth grade: Jenny Hicks,
Christine Hopper, Louis: Lind-


Sea Oats and Dunes Garden

Club Sponsoring Contest


Now that the Christmas Season is at
hand, the Sea Oats and Dunes Garden Club.
is sponsoring a Christmas Door and Mail
Box Decoration Contest, limited to the
Beaches area, St. Joe Beach, Beacon Hill,
and Mexico Beach. Everyone in these
communities may participate. There is no
registration fee and prizes will be
awarded, one for a door decoration and
one for a mail box decoration.


Time to Mail


(Continued From Page 1)
17,000 pieces of mail a day -
including cards, letters and
,packages, but during the
Holiday seAson, volume goes
up to about 40,000 pieces," the
postmaster says. '
The key to successful holi-
day mailing is to mail early
and correctly. The Postmas-
ter says that includes planning
now for gifts that must travel
long distances by Christmas.
"Many overseas mailing
dates including those for the
-armed: forces stationed over-
seas occur this tnonth.


Each dwelling may enter for one prize
only. No lighting will be permitted for
. reasons of energy conservation. Registra-
tion 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 exactstreet location (not your mailing
address) 'to: K. Lopez, 648-5201; or M.
Hale, 648-5659.


Mailers can get specific in-
formation on the international
dates by calling us here at
229-8657", Sapp said, .,
The Postmaster .went on fo
point out, "Customers should
also take care to write legible,
ZIP Coded addresses for both
the intended recipient and the
sender. Since mail sorting,
depends on the ZIP Code as
well as the name of 'the
particular city and state, the
use of the correct ZIP Code
will aide us in processing the
mail".
Sapp said that last year,


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First United Methodist
Church ofs Port St. Joe on
December 21 and 22.
The nativity scene was
presented last 'year, with
members of the church taking
the part of the characters
from the Bible, using live
animals for the stable scene.
SThe display will be present-
ed 'after dark 'on the two
designated nights. There is no
charge for 'viewing. .


The Praise Choir of Long'
Avenue Baptist Church will
present "'An' "Old-Fashioned ,
Christmas", a Christmas mu-
sical by Don Wrytzen, on
SSunday, December 12, at 7:00
P.M. in the church sanctuary.
..The Music Makers Children's
Choir will also sing during the
performance.
"An Old-Fashioned Christ-
mas" is the ,tory of a 12 year
old girl named Elizabeth Jane.
Fleming who lived in 1883.
From her diary we see how
Christmas used to be and how
it can be today. Songs such as,


Hosts


Women
The Presbyterian Women of
the Church met with Mrs.
Sidney Brown on Monday,
December 6.
Mrs. Norman Sulzer gave
the devotional, based on Colos-
sians 1:15-20, in which Paul
describes Christ as the
"image of the'invisible God";
"the first-born of all crea-
tion'", to whom the Ientire
universe and all the blessings'
of God rightfully belong; "the
beginning," before all things;
and "the first-born from the
dead", consisting of those who
have died and whose "life is
- hid with Christ in God." -
An exchange of Christmas
gifts followed the business
I meeting:
Mrs. William Pfost will be
hostess for the January 3, 1983
"meeting at 1:30 p.m. atthe
Church. Come prepared to
make cancer pads from 1:30 to
2:30. Mrs. Stiles Brown will"
give the devotional.
Eleven members and one
. visitor, Mrs. Harold Joiner of
Mexico Beach, attended the
meeting.


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Mrs. Deborah Crosby, a
Specific Learning Disability
instructor at Port St. Joe
Junior-Senior High School,
was recently spotlighted as
the exceptional educator of
the month in the Panhandle
Area Educators Cooperative
(PAEC) monthly newsletter.
Mrs. Crosby is a graduate of
Florida A. and M. University
and majored in Early Child-
hood and Elementary Educa-
tion. She has also attended
other colleges and universities
to become certified in Specific
learning Disabilities.
"Deborah uses a variety of
methods for behavior modifi-
cation in motivating; her stu-
dents. She believe that every
child wants to learn and can
learn. She creates a desire for
her students to learn by
captivation their interest with
all types of materials. In her
Learning Disability resource
room, she teaches Math and
English to students in grades
seven to twelve."
Mrs. Crosby is involved in
the community through nu-
merous projects. Some of her
involvements include playing
the piano for various church-
es, working on the 'advisory
board of Gulf County Child
Development and Leanring


"An Old-Fashioned Christ-'
mas", "0 Holy Night!",
"Love Was When", and "Why
Can't Christmas Just Be
Christmas", will stir your
heart and bring us closer to
'the true meaning of Christ-
mas.
On Saturday evening 'the
choir will have an open dress
rehearsal at the church. Mem-
bers of other churches who
cannot come. for the perfor-
mance on Sunday are invited
to come see the musical,
though in an unfinished state,
Saturday evening at 7:00 P.M.


Center; assisting with pro-
jects for community improve-
ment through Ebonyettes,


MRS. DEBORAH CROSBY
Inc.; Association for Com-
munity Action; as well as
other civic organizations.
Mrs. Crosby is married to
John Crosby and has one son,
Doyle Darcell. She has lost
over eighty pounds during the
past year which has added a-
sparkle to her life.
I Mrs. Minnie'J. Likely' has
been nominated by a group of
her colleagues for the state


'The Long Avenue Baptist
Church Children's Choir an-
nual Christmas program will
be on Wednesday, December
15 at 7:00 P.M. in the church
sanctuary. All choirs, pre-
school through 7th grade, will
be performing. Parents and
friends are invited to come
hear the children sing. Follow-
ing the program, everyone is
invited to coffee, punch and
cake in the church fellowship
hall.
,Make plans now to attend
these two exciting Christmas
performances at Long Avenue
Baptist Church.


Thomas E. Chamberlin HI


Mr. and Mrs. Albert Black-
burn announce the marriage"

AARP To-

Elect New

Officers
The :Saint Joseph Bay
Chapter of the AARP will hold'
their December meeting on
December 20th, the third
Monday of the month. It will
'be held at the Port St. Joe.
Methodist Church_ in the
church sanctuary at'3 P.M. :
Officers for the ensuing year
will be elected and installed. {
The feature of the meeting
will be the presentation of the
musical narrative, "Joseph
the Carpenter", by the singing
group, "The Believers -82".
Mr. Rick Williams will be the
narrator as Joseph. Instru-
mental music will be on tape
by a nationally known orches-
tra. Mr. Martin Perry will
serve as the Sound Technici-
an. The entire production is*
under the direction of Mrs.
Pam Perry.
Group singing, led by Mr.,
Fred Kleeb, will also add to
the enjoyment of those attend-
ing. The meeting will conclude.
prompty at 4:45 P.M.
The AARP extends a cordial
invitation to everyone to join
them at this special meeting.
The group 'also wishes each
and every person a Merry
Christmas.


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of their daughter,. Cathy Ann
Blackburn, to Thomas E.
Chamberlin III on Thanksgiv-
ing Day, November 26. He is
the son of Mrs. Margaret
Hawthorn of Trenton, New
Jersey.;
They had a quiet wedding in
the home of her sister
(Elaine) and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Davidson,
who were also matron of honor
and best man.
Out of town guests were her
family: Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Blackburn, Tommy and Mike,
of Port St. Joe; Charles and
Joi of St. Petersburg; and
Wayne and Edwinia of Snell-
ville, Georgia.
They are now making their
home in North Port, Florida.


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FTP-NEA Human Relations
in Education Award for 1983.
Mrs. Likely has been nomi-
nated for this honor because of
her numerous pursuits in the
development of projects de-
signed to serve humanity.
This year's theme coincides
with Mrs. Likely's responsive-
ness to human needs: "Child
Abuse and Neglect: Your
Responsibility."
The Human Rights Award is
given each year to an educator
or administrator in, public
education who has demon-
strated leadership in the pro-
motion of civil' and human
rights and child advocacy;
worked to- further an under-
standing and appreciation of
the heritage of all minorities
and women; worked beyond
the call of duty to bring public
awareness to race-sex inequi-
ties; been 'identified and re-
cognized by his-her com-
munity for such efforts; or
demonstrated leadership in
providing for real community
involvement and in creating
within the community a feel-
ing of investment and respon-
sibility for the operation of
public schools.
Mrs. Likely will be only one
in a large field competing for
this honor. The award will be
presented to the winner in
April at the Human Relations
Banquet held in conjunction
with' the FTP-NEA state con-
vention.
Mrs. Likely, an instructor of
Exceptional Education at Port
St. Joe Junior-Senior High
School, is married to Roy
Likely of Port St. Joe and has
one son, Cameron Bernard.


Elementary PTA

Will Meet Tuesday


Two Area Educators


Are Honored For Work


A Christmas program will'
be presented by the Kinder-
garten. You are encouraged to
be present for this special
program.


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The monthly meeting of the
Port St. Joe Elementary
School PTA will be held
Tuesday, December 14th in
the Elementary School Audi-
torium at 7:00 p.m.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1982


Sharks Lose First Two


Port. St. Joe's Sharks are off
to a slow basketball season
this year, with two losses on
their record for their first two
outings.
Last Friday' night, the
Sharks opened in Blountstown
and were sent home with a
five point loss to the Tigers.
The Sharks started off slow
and were behind 21-12 at the
end of the first period. They
put on an 18 point scoring
spurt to tie the score 30-30 at
half time and held on against a
Tiger rush in the third to keep
the score knotted 47-47 after
three periods of play. In the
last period, the Tigers put on a
23 point scoring spree to top


-Lose W

'Edwin R. Ailes, Executive
Director of the Gulf County,
Guidance Clinic, Inc. has
-announced that the Clinic's
-next "Weight' Control Pro-
gram" has been scheduled for
Monday, January 10, 1983. The
time for the program will be
every Monday morning from
10:00 to 11:30 A.M. Eastern
time.
The purpose of the Clinic's
"Weight Control Program" is
to assist individuals with the
',. behavioral and psychological
S aspects of weight loss and
weight management. Accord-
ing to Mr. Ailes, there have
been several other weight
control groups that have been
made available in the past at


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the Clinic.; These have met
with considerable success for
the participants. Those. who
register for the program are
individually intervieWed and
are then seen on a weekly
basis in small group sessions.
Ailes indicated that the pro-
gram is designed to help
individuals in "developing the,
skills of effective weight loss
and lifetime weight manage-
ment."
Anyone interested in the
Gulf County Guidance Clinic
"Weight Control Program"
may -contact Mr. Ailes at
227-1145. Enrollment in this
particular program is limited,
but other programs will be
made available in the future
as needed.


the Sharks by five points, 70 to
65.
The Sharks had three men
scoring in double figures. Josh
Jenkins was high man with 22
points. Durel Cadwell had 18
and Michael Pittman 17.
Blountstown had three scor-
ing in double figures with
Michael Mosley and Willie
Brown setting the pace at 18V
points each. Rodney Mosley
added 16.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 12 18 17 18-65
Blountstown 21 9 17 18-65
PORT ST. JOE-Russ, 2-0
4; Thomas, 1-0-2; Pittman, 8-1-
17; Jenkins, 11-0-22; Cadwell,
8-2-18; Givens, 0-2-2.


B'TOWN-Smith, 2-1-5;
Mosley, 8-2-18; Wood, 2-3-7;,
Brown, 7-4-18; Mosley, 5-6-16;
Holden, 3-0-6.
LOSE TO BAY
LOSE TO BAY
Tuesday night, the Sharks
were still on the road to Bay
High in Panama City and still
losing. The Tornadoes had to
huff and' puff to defeat the
Sharks 67-59 in one of their few
wins over the Sharks in past
playing history.
The Sharks had no trouble
putting points on the board,
but their youth and inexper-
ience caused them' troubles
with defense.


Again the Sharks had three
men in double figures with
Michael Pittman leading the
way with his 17 points. Durey
Cadwell added '16 and Marty
Russ, 10.
Bert Green paced Bay with
23 points and Van Holland
added 12.
The Sharks were behind by-
seven points at the half time
and lost another point in the
last half to lose by the final
score of 59-67.
Score by quarters:
PORT ST. JOE-Russ, 5-0-
10;. Thomas, 1-1-3; Thomas,
7-3-17; Jenkins, 1-0-2; Cadwell,
7-2-16; Woullard, 2-0-4; Robin-
son, 3-1-7.


PORT ST. JOE SHARKS-Front row, left to right: Robert Poole, Michael P ttman, Marty
Russ, Charles Bird and Danny Givens. Back row: Josh Jenkins, Durey Cadwell, Douglas
Robinson and Terry Woullard. -Starphoto


BAY HIGH-Green, 9-5-23;
Myrick, 4-1-9; Hundley, 1-0-2;
Holland, 6-0-12; Loper, 2-2-6;
Smiley, 1-0-2; Hunt 2-0-4;
Brown, 3-0-6; Nelson, 1-0-2.
NEXT WEEK
During the coming week,
the Sharks will be in Tallahas-
see Friday night to meet
Florida High.
Tuesday of next week, the


Sharks will meet the Wewa-
hitchka Gators, who are 2-2 on
the season, in their home
opener. The Florida High
game will begin at 1:30 and
the Wewahitchka game will be
at 7:00 p.m.

Cranberries will, keep for 4 to
8 weeks in your refrigerator.
Or you can freeze them with
no preparation.


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22nd Street Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister
WORSHIP SERVICE ............... 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL ............... 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ... 6:06 P.M., C.S.T.'





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Wewa Gators Win Two Times


* Wewahitchka's Gators took of basketball play, to. even season at 2-2.
two wins during the last week their record for the young Last Friday night, thi

For Veterans Attending College


Part-Time Jobs Waiting


.The Veterans Administra-
tion has part-time jobs waiting
for veterans attending college
ths fall under the GI Bill. St.
Petersburg VA Regional Of-
fice director Carlos Rainwater


Talitha Charmaine Lowery

SShe'sOne
Talitha Charmaine Lowery
celebrated her first birthday
last Thursday, December 2nd.
Talitha is the daughter of
Stella Sanders of Apalachicola
and Bradley T. Lowery, Jr. of
Port St. Joe. ;
Talitha celebrated her birth-
S /day with a birthday party in
Apalachicola.
'Maternal grandparents are
Clara Winfield and James
Winfield of Apalachicola.-Her
great-grandparent is Idell
Winfield of Port St. Joe.
Paternal grandparents are
: Mr.. and Mrs. Bradley T.
S Lowery, Sr. of Port St. Joe.


says his office, VA hospitals
and even national cemeteries'
can hire veteran students
under VA's work-study pro-
gram.
According to Rainwater, GI
Bill students can work up to,
250 hours per semester for VA
and receive over $835 in
addition to regular education
assistance allowance.""
Preference for participation
in the work-study program is
given to veterans who have a
30 percent or greater service
disability and consideration is
given to financial need, moti-
vation, and the nature of the
work to be done. Rainwater
said, veterans can contract to
work up to 250 full hours. They
may work any portion of the
time that meets their financial
needs and fits their individual
study programs.
Jobs are available for VA-
related work on college cam-
puses -as well as at VA
facilities.
Ani advance of up to 40
percent 'of the contracted
hours is available as soon as
the employment agreement is
processed, Rainwater said,
and this can give a financially
pressed student enough mo-

CARD OF THANKS
To all my friends, thank you
for all your kindness to me
during my years in Port St.
Joe. May God bless each one
of you.
Rosie Lind
Jim Brown scored an un-
matched 126 touchdowns
in his football career.,


SGa-


ney to cover early school
expenses.
After the advance, the VA
pays 'drk-study students af-
ter each 50 hours of additional
work.
Rainwater said veterans
desiring to participate in the
work-study program or those,
who want additional informa-
tion or assistance should con-
tact the VA Regional Officelon
the toll-f ree lines listed in local
telephone directories under
U.S. Government.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. David Carl
Whittle,' Sr., of Donalsonville,
Georgia, are proud to an-.
nounce the birth of their son',,
David Carl, Jr. David was
born Nov. 16 in Dothan, Ala., ,.
weighing seven pounds and'
15 ounces.
Maternal grandparents are .
Mr. and Mrs. Peavy Mims of
Overstreet. Paternal, grand-:
parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Whittle of Port St. Joe.


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tors were host to the Carra-'
belle Green Devils and chalk-
ed up a 64-52 victory. ,.
The Gators took an early
half time lead and kept it all
through the game. The Green
Devils put on a scoring spurt
in the second and fourth
periods, 'but they Were not
enough.
Vincent Jones led the Gator
scoring, with 21 points aihd
Harold Baker added 16 points
and Frank Baker 13 for the
Gators.
Fr ed Blocker had 17 points
for Carrabelle. .
Score by quarters:
Wewahitchka 11 20 17 16-64
Carrabelle 4 23 917---52
WEWA-Addison, 1-3-5;
'Jones, 10-1-21; F. Baker, 6-1-
13; H. Baker, 7-2-16; McFann,
1-0-2; Bidwell, 0-0-0; Wil-


liams, 0-0-0;' Gainer, 0-1-1;
Wilson, 0-0-0; Scott, 2-1-5;.
Maddox, 0-0-0; Holmes, 0-1-1.
CARRABELLE-Taylor 1-
0-2; Starline, 2-0-4; S. Starling,
2-2-6; Blocker, 7-3-17; Bran-
nan, 5-1-11; Smith, 2-0-4; Saul,
1-2-4.'

EDGE BY APALACH
The Gators took a narrow
two point win over Apalachi-
cola Tuesday night, winning a
home game, 49.47.
Vincent Jones scored, 16
points in the nip-and-tuck
game' to pace the. Gator
scoring, while Ronnie Clem-
mons led Apalachicola with 19
points and Demetrice Jones
added 10.
The Gators will travel to
Port St. Joe next Tuesday
night to meet the Sharks.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1982


Jenkins Earns Letter from Livingston


Livingston University head
football Coach Frank North
has announced that 54 young
men will receive varsity foot-
ball letters at LU for the 1982


football season. paign with a 6-4 overall mark
Receiving his first letter and a 3-4 record in the Gulf'
was freshman runningback South Conference.
Rozell Jenkins, of Port St. Joe.
LU finished the 1982 cam-


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First Coal Train Pulls Out of Local Yards


FOUR APALACHICOLA NORTHERN RAILROAD locomotives put their deisel
muscles together Thursday morning and, in a cloud of smoke as the engines
revedup their engines, pulled the first train load of coal out of Port St. Joe on its
way to Palatka and Seminole Power Company's new electric generating power
plant. The first train was made up of 54. cars. and took some four to five hours to
Make the 90 mile trip to, Chattahoochee, where the coal, was transferred to

PS, Wewa High

School Bands

SetConcets


The Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School Concert Band, under,
the direction of Mr. Wayne
Land, and the Wewahitchka
Jr.-Sr. High School Concert
Band, under the direction of
Ms. Dawn Gresham, will,
present a: joint Christmas
concert next week. The con-
cert will be presented at
W. ewahitchka High School in
Last Rites for
Shirley J. Payne
:Shirley J. Payne, 46, of
.Lexington Park, Maryland,
passed away Thursday, Dec.
2, in Maryland following a
brief illness. She was a former
resident of Port St. Joe,-in
1955. She played on the girls
basketball team, and held a
scoring record for one game
which still stands.
"' .Survivors include.: ,her hus-
band, Bill Payne of Lexington
Park, Maryland; one son,
David Payne of Newbern,
C.; one daughter: Linda
Payne, Vista, Ca.; her pa-
rents, Mr. E. B. Young, Oak'
Grove and the late Gussie
Young; six brothers: John
Young of Port St. Joe, Donnie
Mack Young of White City,
Ronnie Young of Port St. -Joe,
David Young of St. Joe Beach,'
SLarry Young of Oak Grove,
and Harry Young, Port St.
SJoe6 three sisters, Carol Be-
sore and Barbara Mongold of
SPort St. Joe, aid Peggy Jo
SStripling of White City; and a.
cousin, Sally Paul of Apalachi-
Scola. .
Funeral services were held
at 11:00 A.M. EST Monday
graveside at Holly Hill Ceme-
tery, Port St. Joe, conducted
by the Rev. Jerry Register.
S All services were under the
direction of the Comforter.
Funeral Home, Port St. Joe.


the Gymnasium at 7:00 Cen-'
tral time on Monday, Decem-
ber 13. The same concert will
be presented at Port St. Joe
High School in the Commons
Area at 7:W0 Eastern time on
Thursday night, Decemrber 16. .
Selections will include many
favorite Christmas carols, sa-
cred selections as well as
secular Christmas tunes.
"White Christmas", "Silver
Bells", and "Overture for
Christmas" will be performed
by the Wewahitchka Band.
"Three Gifts for Christmas",
"Silent Night", and "Sleigh
Ride" will then be presented
by the Port St. Joe Band. The
concert will include several
numbers performed by both
-bands combined, and will be
highlighted with a medley
conducted by Mr. Herman
Dean. Mr. Dean is a former
director of both the Wewa- -
hitchka and Port St. Joe bands
,and will serve as guest
conductor at the concert.
Both performances of the
concert are free to the public ,
and all are encouraged to
attend. "We feel we have put
together an outstanding, en-
joyable program of Christmas
music, and we appreciate the
community's support of the
students in their musical
endeavors", stated Wayne j
Land, Port St..Joe director.,
M.B. PoliceTake
Applications
The Mexico Beach Police
Department will be taking
applications for Police Auxili-
ary. Applications can be pick-
ed up at the Mexico Beach
Town Hall on' 14th Street
between 8, a.m. and 5,p.m.
Applicants do not have to
live inside the City limits of
Mexico Beach to apply.


another rail line. The electric plant is expected to get into operation next spring
and when it gets into full production is expected to require a 100-car train load of
coal out of Port St. Joe every day. The coal cars are all new and of a unique
design which allows them to be turned over and emptied while still coupled to
the train. --Star photo


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. DEC. 9, 1982


Young Ladies Grace Parade


Carrabelle High School's band was here and had this pair
of lovely young ladies announcing their presence by marching
out in front of their band. In the picture at left, some more
pretty young ladies ride on one of the several floats which
were entered in the parade.


Air Force Academy


On Search for Talent


Local high school juniors
who are fans of the computer
games may be able to try their
hand at more realistic com-
puter games at the Air Force
Academy this summer. The
Academy will host two one-
week Summer Scientific Semi-
nars in June. One activity will
have each student flying a
T-39 cockpit simulator' in
combat, trying to shoot down
an enemy target. They will'
receive a teletype printout;of
their performance.
Students may apply to at-
tend one of the seminars if
they meet the following eligi-
bility requirements: Complete
the junior-year by June, 1983;
Have grades in the top half of
their class; Have already
completed one of these tests
with these minimum scores:
PSAT- verbal 50, math 55;
, SAT- verbal 500, math 550;
ACT- verbal 21, math 23; and


be able to pay their own
transportation costs and regis-
tration fee (some financial
assistance is available to
qualified applicants).
This annual Summer-Scien-
tific Seminar includes work-
shops conducted by the vari-
ous Air Force Academy aca-
demic departments in the
basic sciences, engineering
sciences, social science, and
aviation science. Participants
will become a part of the
Academy for one week in the
dormitory, the cadet campus,
the classroom and the athletic
fields.
Applications to attend the
Summer Scientific Seminar in
June of 1983 should be com-
pleted by January 20. For
further information, contact
your school counselor or your
Admissions Liaisonl Officer,
Major Gwen Leidemann, at
(904)785-0095.


Unit Director Assesses Gulf County Needs
.* -! *


: American Heart Association
Unit Director for Bay, Gulf
and Calhoun Units, Joanne R.
Dickinson, was in Port St. J4o
on Thursday, December 4th,
assessing the area's needs in
terms of programs conducted
by the Heart Association.


"Heart deaths and cardiovas-
cular diseases are still num-
ber one in Gulf County and our
mission is to,: educate the
public and prevent premature
death and disabilities from
heart diseases," said the
director. "Today, I met with


leaders in Port St. Joe who
work with the Heart Associa-
tion in meeting our goals. Mr.
Stiles Brown introduced me to
the AARP Chapter conducting
blood pressure screenings and
the Director of Public Health.
Barbara Eells and other edu-


cators and I met discussing
Heart Health Education in the
Young. Barbara has been
doing a great job teaching
CPR to high school students
.and the public. She's a tre-
mendous resource to your
area," said Ms. Dickinson.
"To do \the job, the fund
raising goal for Gulf County
this year is $10,000.00. We need
everyone's help. That is the
largest goal ever for Gulf
County, but I know we can do
it with the help of businessmen


and women, students, educa-
tors. I'm challenging the Port
St..Joe residents to plan fund
raising activities to meet that
goal. All the funds go right
back into education, programs
that will make us all healthier,
and we'll live longer," said
Ms. Dickinson.
* Contributions may be sent to
the American Heart Associa-
tion, Bay-Gulf-Calhoun Unit,
P.O. Box 491, Panama City,
Florida, 32402. For more infor-
mation, please call 904-769-
3070.


Ma.'yor Cuts Ribbon
.,Wewaliikhka itayor '1jert ati-ions cut
the ribbon Friday morning on a new business
opening in Wewahitchka. The business, a


restaurant named the "Chatterbox", opened
its doors for the first tim-. 'Also shoun in the
picture are the operators;, Mrs. Louise
Whitehurst, center and Mrs. Beverly Pitts,
right. -Star photo


Monday, December 13
Cheeseburgers, orange
juice, French fries, fruit pie,
and milk.
Tuesday, December 14
Fish, cabbage slaw, butter-
ed'corn, hush puppies, cookie,
and milk.
Wednesday, December 15
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
tossed salad, green peas, rolls,
and milk.
Thursday, December 16
Turkey with dressing, fruit
salad, green beans, cranberry
sauce, rolls, and milk.


Friday, December 17
School Dismissed Early- No
Lunch Served
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notice due to the availability
of foods.


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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our
sincere and heartfelt thanks to.
S:-'- our many friends for their acts
of love, kindness, and concern
shojvn us during the past
months. We will be forever
S. grateful for the many prayers,
visits, flowers, food, tele-
grains, and loving concern
expressed by so many.
Also, special thanks to Dr.,
and. Mrs. Muina, and the'
Wevahitchka Ambulance Ser-
vies. God be with you always
for being so kind and thought-
ful. :
The Family of
Elder Robert T. Keith, Sr.

CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank all the
wonderful people of Port St.
Joe who contributed money
toward my hospital bill. Spe-
cial thanks to Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Gant who worked so
hard. Knowing so many peop-
le care makes life so much
richer. May God bless you all.
Dorothy Ruth Nobles

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Santa Comes to Pay Us A Visit


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1982 PAGE NINE


- Star Photos


---O verre, -

A Girl Scout Troop from Overstreet was -sang Christmas carols from the, back of the
one of the many entries in the parade from decorated truck on which they were riding.
other areas of Gulf County. The young ladies


It was a cool, windy and
sun-shiny day Saturday
morning Saturday for Port
St. Joe's annual Christmas
parade. In a word, it was
perfect.
It took nearly an hour for
the 57 units in the parade to
complete the parade route
up Reid Avenue and back
down Highway 98 to the City
Hall.
The parade, under the
direction of the Kiwanis.
Club for the second year,
was larger than last year,
according to Al Ray, Ki-
wanis project chairman for
the event. ','"We think it will
be even bigger next year",
Ray said.
* .; ;.


Army Pvt. Rowland S. Giv-
ens, son of Joe Givens, Jr. of
Washington, has completed
basic training at Fort Jack-
son, S.C.
During the training, stu-
dents received instruction in
drill and ceremonies, wea-
pons, map reading, tactics,
military courtesy, military
t justice, first aid, and Army
history and traditions.
S He is the grandson of Willie
0. Wright of 406 Hendrick St.,
Port St. Joe.


Givens is a 1981 graduate-
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High.
School.

Directors to Meet
The Board of Directors of
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. will hold its
regularly scheduled meeting
on Tuesday, December 14, Mt
7:00 p.m. (E.S.T.). The meet-
ing will be held in the Clinic
Conference Room at 311 Wil-
liams Avenue in Port St. Joe;


Old Santa Claus came into Port St. Joe last Saturday
morning, riding on top of one of the City fire pumper trucks.
Santa showed his pleasure at having so many kids come out;
to see him by tossing handfuls of candy from his perch on top
of the truck to the children filling up the sidewalks and
parking area on Reid Avenue. In the photo at left, a corps of
young baton twirlers-join in the parade to welcome Santa and
strut their stuff up Reid Avenue during the parade.


HIGHLAND VIEW UNITED

METHODIST CHURCH
Corner 4th & Parker Ave.
Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor,
SUNDAY SCHOOL ........ .... ........ 10:00 A.M.
MORNNG O SHIP .. ...... .. ,.O A. ..
-"rEVENING WORSHIP ............... ...6:00P.M.
WEDNESDAY .......". '." ;.. .7:30 Prayer Meetings
Nursery Provided .



First

Presbyterian Church.
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE............ 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday 7=0-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857



The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

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




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McFarlai
"'The Three Notch Trail", a
song written by Edward Mat-
thew McFarland, will be fea-
tured on Channel 6, WCTV-
CBS in February of 1983, in a
documentary sponsored by
*..outhwes-t Georgia, Regional
Library.
The program entitled "'The
History of Southwest Georgia


nd Song Marks H:
as seen through People, Pot- notches, which showed the
tery and Plantations", docu-, soldiers the way to follow.
ments the history of Decatur, McFarland through his bal-
Seminole and Miller counties, lad, brings out the damage
McFarland's song tells of done to the Indians and their
the path Andrew Jackson and homes through Jackson's ride.
his 'men blazed through- tl# He ends thesong with "Now I
area from Tennessee in 18181' a part of. history "and I hope
Their path, miles long, was that my tale will show-All the
lined with trees bearing three shame and the misery-We all


history
faced on the three notch
trail."
Edward is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Frank McFarland of
Port St. Joe. He and his wife,
Diane, and daughter, Daniel-
le,_ reside in ,Tallahassee-
where he serves as an investi-
gator for the public defender's
office.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1982


EXTENSION NOTES:




Christmas Trees

BY ROY LEE CARTER County Extension Director


It is important to choose a
S. fresh tree and keep it as fresh
:as possible so that your tree
will remain lovely throughout
the holidays. First of all,
select a tree with good needle
holding ability. Florida's
warm weather causes trees to
quickly wilt and drop their
needles. This can be severe
enough to completely defoliate
a tree and necessitate buying
a second tree before Christ-
mas. Also choose a tree with
an attractive color and a full,
bushy appearance. These
skinny, "see through" trees
should be avoided. Most peop-
Sle- also prefer a conical,
symmetrical shape to their
tree. The branches should be
. sturdy enough to hold orna-
ments and other decorations
; such as small gifts.
The more recent the tree
: has been cut the better.
- Freshly cut trees will have
. good needle holding quality
: and will have better resist-
:ance to ignition. These points
are extremely important.
Scotch and white pine, and
:Douglas and Balsam fir na-
turally have good needle hold-'
ing qualities. Spruce trees
tend to loose needles quickly.
Bend the needles to deter-
mine the tree's freshness. The

Old Timers
Cage Tourney
3 There will be an Old Timers
Basketball Tournament De-
member 18th, at the Washing-
ton Recreation Center. Teams
from Carver High School,
Wewahitchka, Quinn Hgh
:i School, Apalachicola and
:; -Washington High School, Port
- 'St. Joe will all participate.
-:.All former Washington High
School basketball players,
male and female, are asked to
attend.
Games will start at 3:00
P.M. and continue throughout
the evening. Admission is
$1,00 per person.


The "art" of predicting the
future in a crystal ball is
called screeology.


will also be safest as far as a
fire is concerned. Do keep the
tree away from a hot TV set or
candles. Also, carefully check
all Christmas tree lights for
loose connections or worn
wires. Avoid overloading
lighting circuits and unplug
lights when leaving the room.
Take the time to properly
select and care for your tree-
this Christmas, and you won't
have to buy a second one
before the great day arrives.


Dothan, Ala. Official


Jim Loftin, chairman of the
board of the Dothan-Houston
County Chamber of Com-
merce, will reveal the benefits
of a well organized Chamber
at the next meeting of the
Mexico Beach Chamber of
Commerce December- 13 at 7'
p.m.
"We've gone from a small
group of people to an organiza-
tion with a $300,000 to $400,000
budget a year," said Loftin.
"We're now *the fastest-
growing city in the state of
Alabama," Loftin added. He
attributes the city's growth to
Chamber efforts which
brought in new industry to the
area.
Loftin will provide informa-
tion on .how to organize a
Chamber and will outline in
detail what the Chamber has
done for Dothan and Houston
County.
Loftin, who earned his B.S.


degree in transportation and
public utilities from the Uni-
versity of Alabama, is also
chairman of the recreation
board of the city of Dothan and
on the board of directors of the
Army Aviation Museum.
Loftin is also on the biracial
committee' of Dothan, a volun-
tary organization which
"plays a vital part .in the
growth of the city."
Mark Foster, president ,of


PAGE TEN


White Xmas Celebration

At Mexico Beach Dec. 12
There will be a White be part of the program, along
Christmas Celebration on Sun- with the singing of traditional
day, December 12, at 6:00 carols.


p.m. CST at the First United
Methodist Church of Mexico
Beach. A children's play and.
adult choir presentation will


Refreshments will be served
after the program. Everyone
is cordially invited to attend.


M W I .T. ... . .. .
MORNING WORSHIP ...................
CHURCH TRAINING ................. .
EVENING WORSHIP ................ .
WEDNESDAY ..................... .


V: .:) A .
11:00A.M.
5:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.


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


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CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin Avenue
SUNDAY SCHOOL ....... ...... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ........... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... ........ .6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING ....... 7:00 P.M.



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needles should be supple and
springy. If the needles break,
the tree is not fresh. Bounce
the butt of the tree on the
ground and see how many
needles fall. If more than a
few fall,. the tree is old and
dry. Also feel the stump. The
sap should be sticky and
moist, not hard and caked.
After you have selected your
tree; follow these tips to
maintain color and minimize
needle fall. Stand the tree in a.
large bucket of water in a
shady and cool place. The
cooler the better. If the tree
has to lean against the wall,
turn it, 'daily to allow the
branches to retain their shape.
When you move the tree
indoors, make a fresh cut
across the trunk at least an
inch or two above the old cut to
allow the tree to absorb water.
Place the tree in a suitable
container which contains wa-
ter. In most homes a tree can
absorb up to a quart of water a
day so keep the reservoir
filled. A floral preservative,
such as those used for flower
arrangements added to the
water, will help keep the tree
fresh.
Place the tree in the coolest
part of the room away from
the fireplace, radiator or other
heating units.
A well-watered tree in a cool
location will hold its needles
longer and retain its quality. It
Tyndall Run

Saturday A.M.
The 2nd Annual' Tyndall
Marathon and 10K Road Race
will be held on December 11 at
Tyndall AFB Base Gym start-
ling at 7:00 A.M. Race day
registration is 6:00 A.M. Ma-
rathon course is TAC-RRCA
certified and sanctioned; over
100 awards; T-shirt to all
entrants in both races; fee is
$10; Post-Marathon awards
party.
For further information or
entry form, contact Panhan-
dle Runners Race Directors at
265-9648 or 265-6765.


to Speak to Beach CofC
D Beach Chamber of dinners were served recently; an annual event sponsored by
e, announced that the Thanksgiving program is the Chamber.
will also discuss
he Ling Festival at
.ber 13 meeting.'
id cake will be We Waht You
nber will be active- To Be A Part of
new members in The Friendly Place
Foster said..
tty Harrington, the
social hostess, re-
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1982


Elementary School

Port St. Joe Elementary Second grade: Robert Ar- Jenny Simmons, and J
School announces the Honor nold, Tappan Gandy, Daniel White.
Roll.for the second six weeks Hughes, Heather Johnson, Fourth grade: Derrick i
grading period. Crystal Kennington, Jodi ty, Erich Hohman, S
ALL A's Mapes, Tina Rich, Chuck Minger, and Gwen W
First grade: Melissa Ander- Watson, Tim Whitfield, and Eagle.
son, Shannon Antley, Clay Travis Williams.- Fifth grade: Timothy K
Cox, Lee Duren, Lisa Keeling, Third grade: Angel Barr, gan.
Christie McCulley, Nichole Lakitcha Daniels, Rachel Hig- Sixth grade: None.
Wilder, Eric Ramsey, .and don, Marla Perry, Patricia ALL A's and B's
iBrian Wombles. Nedley, Stacey Newsome, First grade: Steve A


Public Notices


Wewahitchka. Florida and may be pro-
curred by Contractors,upon -a deposit of
$10.00 per set of plans and specifica-
tions,of which the full amount of the first
set will be refunded to each Contractor
who submits a bid. Any additional sets
will be refunded less $5.00 for cost of
reproduction. All documents must be
returned in good condition within ten (10)
days after date of. opening of bids.
Cashier's check, certified check, or bid
bond, for not less than 5% of the amount
of thb bid, must accompany each pro-
posal.
Performance, labor and material bond.
and Workman's compensation insurance,
will be required of the successful bidder.
Right is reserved to reject any or all pro-
posals and waive technicalities..
Ng bidder may withdraw his bid for a
period of thirty (30) days after date set for
opening. c ,
William R. Branch, Chairman o
Gulf County Board of County"
Commissioners
Port St:.Joe,.Florida. '
c harles ,A. Gaskin, ARA :"
,P. 0. Box 7
Wewahitchka, Florid 32465 2tc 12-2


FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Section, 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
in A 'undersigned persons Intend to register
with 'the Clerk of the Circuit court, Gulf
County, Florida, four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, the fictitious
name or trade name under which they will
S be engaged In business and in which said
business is to be carried on, to-wit:
GULF DOLOMITE COMPANY
SDoing Business on Public.Road
Running from County Road 382
to Basic, Inc.
.. and Post Office Box 87
'; M Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
S, Mx Fleming, 50% undivided interest
William J. Rish, 50% undivided interest
4tc 12-9

FICTITIOUS NAME
.Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 86509. Florida Statutes. the
undersigned persons inleno to register
with the Clerk or the Circuit court. Gull
Coutily, Fiorida. lour weeks alter the list
plrblicalion of tnis notice. Ihe liclllious
nJnme or trade name unoe'r wnicn Iney wili
bd' engaged in business and In which said
business is to be carried on, to-wit:
ARHELGER and CCR PRODUCTIONS
.. :" -. P.O. Drawer 1188
S' Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
'/ sOwner: Jerry Arhelger
4t 11,25

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
:: NAME LAW
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
.IUNDERSIGNED, desiring to engage in.
n business at U. S. Highway 19, North in the
ccily. df Monticello, Coudty of Jefferson
anoa slate of Florida under the. name
:"Sysco/Gulf:Atlantic Food Services", in-
ltends loregsler sai name wiln Inme ClerK
.'ol Circuil Court of Gull Counly
'Michael Nichols,
Assistant Secretary;
Sysco Corporation' 4tc 11-25

FICTITIOUS NAME
: ice s hrereby given that pursuant to
.SectIon 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
iUndersigned persons intend to register
IWnlh Ihe Cleil ol Ire Circuit court, Gulf
.Couny Florda lour weels er this e iiri
puolctcaion or ,his nolice ire li,:Inious
"Dame o iraaenanime unde whi.n They wii
rbe.engagee in business ana 'n wn.cr. ss
.busLne.a is to be cearred on ior wi,
CHATTERBOX
: l" :Hghway 71 P. 0. Box 930
S' Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
ist Herman and Beverly Pitts, Owners
S ~- '- .. 4t 12-9

TfTE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is nereov given that or. i[e 91r.
aVy of Noember 1982 our iua.lI iO a % .l
Fl Execution i-;ue.1 .n the County Court
Gull Cou'lIy Fl,,rFda, Case Number
92 2345 in ine cau;e of PIGGLY WIGGLY.
ISLAINTIFF Vs JAMES McGEE, DEFEN-
DANT. i KEtN MURPHY, SHERIFF OF
GU-LF COUNTY, FLORIDA, have levied
n;on the property of the defendant, to-
S Unil No Two L.d 14i Bo, 1016 i..
: First Milmew Adotrion
On Ine ?9in day or Decem'n.' 1962 a'
1Two O Clock (2 0 in In aller,'.,n on, Irn
;steps, of the Gulf County Courthouse;
Port St. Joe, Florida, I will offer'for sale
said property for cash to the highest bid-
:der, subject 'to all prior liens, if any, to
salisly s3ia Writ of Execution.
Isi KEN MURPHY. SHERIFF,
*GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. 4t 12-2
BID NO. 282
The City or Port SI Joe, Florida. re-
dcuesl oid Ilor 00ciia10 50ft. lengths)
S df Fire Hose.'Specifications may be ob-
Stined from the'City Clerk's Office. P. 0.
ox A, Port St.-Joe. Florida 32456. Bid
openingg will be held at the regular City
S- rConmission Meeting on December 21;
S 1682.
QTY OF PORT ST. JOE,
*". :Sl. L. A. Farris, '
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 12-2

.I1 THE UNITED blATES DISTRICT
SOURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT'
OF FLORIDA .
-"" ". MARIANNA CIVfL NO, 82-0237
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
PLAINTIFF,
Vs.
WALTER K JOHNSON. BETTY M. JOHN-
SON. his wife. and HOUSEHOL'D
FINANCE CORPORATION
'-" : DEFENDANT
'..'. -NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby given that under and
b y virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure
S' -endered on November 3, 1982, by the
S United State. District Court for the Nor-
thern District of Florida, Marianna Divi-
l, -Ilon, In the case above styled in favor of
S 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 outcry to the highest bidder for
gash the following property, situate, ly-
tpg, and being In Gulf County, Florida,
described.as follows:
: Lot Twenty-one (21), Block Forty-sev-
S; : en (47), City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
: according to the official map on file
,. : In the office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court, Gulf County, Florida, Plat
S : Book 1, page 17.
S For additional Information concerning
the above property, contact the office of
.. e U.S. Attorney, telephone no.

mon y 'order r certified check, Fade
.p-ayable to the U.S. Marshal. .
;Dat-e: November 15, 1982.
W. L. McLENDON,
UNITED STATES MARSHAL,
O. RTHERN DISTRICT FLORIDA
4tc 11-18

: "NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
: 'ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
SSealed bids in duplicate will be re-
c.. calved until December 14, 1982 at 9:00
A. M.. M., -EST, by the Gulf County Board of
County Commissioners, Courthouse, Port
S. Joe, Florida, at which time and place
all bIds will .be publicly opened and read'
apoud:.
AIR CONDITIONING RENOVATION
GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE
: PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
-The Contractor shall furnish all labor,
nateritl and equipment;'and shall be
rspesibl re for the entire completion of
t tis project.
Plans, specifications and contract
Documents may be Inspected at the of-
fice .of the Architect, State Road 22;,


ason

Clit-
usan
hite-

Keri-


iles,


Tim Baker, Kelly Burkett,
Christie Chancey, Racheal
Dykes, Shannon Griffin, Kara
Hogue, Kevin Lee, Joey New-
berry, Erin Oliver, Jamie
Parrish, Pausha Pendarvis,
Tarus Riley, Tina Sewell,
Andy Smith, Allison Spikes,
Adam Taylor, and Kelli
Yeager. -
Second grade: Ray Bolden,
Brad Buzzett, Michael Evans,
Heath Gentry,. April -Little,
Sherry Ludlam, Kristen Ni-
chols, oArion Nickson, Leah
Ray, Tiffany Sanders, Sher-
rell Wilson, and Analisa Wood.
Third grade: Tenesa
Adams; Chad Arrant, Norton

Hutt0's Man

Here to

T .-' .-- V ,,


S 0 o_, J.I t O O1 U L
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT," IN ..
THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF COUN o Congressman Earl Hutto's
TY,FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION office h announced that his
IN RE: The tEialc District Administrator, Earl
BRYAN BRADY SETTERICH, Hadawvy; will be in the Gulf
Deceasedd$, ,.wo willbe in
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION ,S County .GourthOuse Commis-
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR sioner's '.Hearing Room, be- '
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE teenn therhours of 10:00 A.M.t
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN-' P M EST, on
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: ,, '. a 2:00 P.M., EST, on
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the Wednesday, December 15.
administrationn of the Estate of B.ryan Anyone having a problem with
Brady Setterich, deceased,,File Number, -
is pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf agencies of the Federal Gov-
County; dlorida, Probate Division, the adr ernment may meet with him
dress of which eis Gulf County Cour- at this time,
house, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. The Ann deirin asista e
Personal Representative of the estate is: Anyone desiring assistance
William Setterich, whose address is Rt. 3, from Congressman Hutto may
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465. .The name meet with Mr. Hadaway, or
and address of the Personal Represen- may contact the District
ftalve's attorney are set forth below they ay contact e c
All persons having claims or demands Office: in Panama City any
against the estate are required, WITHIN Monday through Friday, be-
THREE(3) MONTHS FROM THE DATEOF tween the hours of 9:00 A.M.
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, 'to file with the Clerk of' their and' 5:00 P.M. CST, phone
above Court a written statement of any 904-763-0709, or write Post
- claim or demand they may have. Each Office Box 459, Panama City,
claim must be in writing and must in-
dicate the basis for the claim, the name. Florida 32401.
and address of'the creditor r his agent or
attorney, and the amount'claimed. If the L s f
claim is.not yet due, the date when it will Last Phase 'of
become due, shall be stated., If the claim
is contingent or unliquidated, the nature Vst
of 'the uncertainty-shall be stated. If the Dove Season
., claim is secuJred, the security shall be ,, ,
described. The claimant shalideliiver uf.' Hunters are -reminded the
ficiert copies of the claim to the Clerk to second phase of dove season
enable the Clerk to'mail one (1) copy to ended November 28 and, the .
each Personal Representative. en e iNovember28 a ana, s e
All persons interested in the estate to 'third : and final phase is
'whom a copy of this Notice of Ad- December 11 through January
ministration has been mailed are' re- 3.
quired, WITHIN .THREE' (3) MONTHS '
FROM THE 'DATE; OF THE FIRST During the final phase,
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to file hunting will,be allowed from
'any objections they. may deavethat one-half hour beforesunrise to'
challenge the-validityof the decedent's
Will, the qualifications of the Personal sunset. The baglimitwillbe 12
Representative, or the venue or jurisdic- birds per day.
,tion of the Court. Woodcock will'be legal
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE. FOREVER BARRED. game December, 4 through
Date of the first publication of this February 6. Hunting will 'be
Notice of Administration: December 9, allowed from one-half. hour
1982.
s/WILLAM SETTERICH .beforesunrise to sunset,with a
As Personal Representative of the bag limit' f five birds per day.
Estate of. Bryan Brady Setterich. Deceas- -
,ed.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESEN- -
TATIVE: .
Marvin A. Urquhart, Jr., About the year 150.0, the
314 Magnolia Avenue Aztec' city on the Site of
Panama City, Florida 32401 present-day Mexico City had
-Telephone: (904) 769-3226 2tc 12-9 an estimated100,000people.
an estimated.10.0,000 people.


Arrant, Pamela Bowen, Scott
Boykin, Philip Bryant, Shelley
Campbell, Teleshi Daniels,
Brian Hill, Karen Lanier,
Jason Lee, Brian Lemieux,
Jeffery Little, Kristy Melvin,
Kellie Moore, Matthew Pate,
Cori Stallworth, Jamey Wild-
er, and Jason White.
Fourth grade: Jabbar Alex-
ander, Lisa Atkins, Ann Cant-
ley, James Carter, Christo-
pher Cox, Christopher Dixon,
David Fernandez, Lori Gen-
try, Kyle Griffin, Heather
Hasson, Ron Kegley, Vivian
Miller, Paula Pendarvis,


HEL WANT


The Town of Mexico Beach
is accepting applications for a
heavy equipment operator. In- 0
dividual must be skilled in
operation and light
maintenance of loader/back-
hoe,;road grader, dump truck
and other similar equipment.
Submit application by 4:30,
p.m.,, Dec. 17, at the Town
Hall, 14th St..
SThe Town of Mexico Beach
is accepting applications for a
semi-skilled laborer. Per-
forms routine tasks in
maintenance and/or construc-
tion, loads, .unloads, moves
materials, ,digs ditches,.
general road" maintenance.
Works on canal dredging and
maintenance. Submit'applica-
tion by 4:30 p.m., Dec. 17,at
the Town Hall, 14th St.
The Gulf Co. Senior Citizens
Assoc. is now accepting appli-
cations for the position of
Fiscal Assistant.
As a minimum, the qualified
applicant should possess a
high school diploma, or equiv-
alent and 1 year of bookkeep-
ing experience.
.Applications will'be accept-
ed through 5:00 p.m. EST Dec.
16,1982 for this position. Appli-'
cations may be obtained.from
the 'Senior Citizens offices in
Port St. 'Joe at Ave. D and"
Peters Street. 2tc 12-2



SERVICES


Trisha Phillips, Kendall Pink-
ney, Marion Quinn, Billy J.
IRice, Benjamin Russ, Mathew
Taylor, and Nichole Whaley.
Fifth grade: Jim Anderson,
Mark Godwin, John Moore,
and John Ray.,
Sixth grade: Shayla An-
thony, La Cheryl Bailey, Chris
Bowen, Lori Carter, Youlanda


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Daniels, Tim Davis, Wendy
Groos, Carolyn Howell, J. Lee
Johnson, Stacy Kemp, Mickey
Lewter, Danny Moree, Phillip
Nedley, George Newsome,
Missy Rice, Missy Sims, Han-
hon Smith, Tammi Thomas,
Debbie Tomlinson, Kristin
Totman, and Chris Wahl.


NEED A BABYSITTER -
FOR THE HOLIDAYS? .ia& c. s.s== noaO a =E
Why hot try a boy this time' .
JIM-BROWN, Age 17 stmas
Experienced,:great with kids. i
Will sit kids from age 3 to age'
12. ,Call -anytime, 227-1484.-
Rate: $1.50 an hour. '3tci2-9
BLALOCK CONSTRUCTION 1
O. ; '
Painting:. interior"& exterior : r
25 yrs. experience I
References ,. A
Low Winter Rates' ;. I 1
Call 229-8924 o '. O -
3tp 12-9, 0-.
ST. JOE MACHINE CO. Small Woven Basket
Machine Work -- Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803 IXl fl r T
Machinist on Duty All Day M I Ix d, e dl r :
Every Day


i l. JUI-Th'M AY HMALIY'
Oi u 1 .... 9800B EAST HTGHWAY 98 P: 0. Bx 1332 I

S- ,REAL ,ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS REALTOR
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.- blose to downtownn .-for
shopping. $20,500.
* New Listing: 1912 Juniper Ave. 3 bdrm.
1. 1' ba. brick home. Only $39,900.
* New Listing: 16t0 Long Ave. 4 bdrm., 1
ba. home in good area. Fenced back
yd. Storage shed. $34,000.
* 107 Hu ~ .3dr a. onIg.
chal k ce Sto rig. &
a/c s t usciate.

* 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 b i 1 ;50 rm., 15
ba., o I n=rlm n r/
* 1501 Monument Ave. Large 3 bdrm.,
11/2 ba., liv. rm., din. rm. & kit. combo.
* 619 Marvin Ave., 3 bdrm., 1V2 ba.,
chair) link fence, Ig. house, $33,400.


* 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer, on 3rd Street, 2
porches. A real, buy, call today for
appt. $26,000.00.
* Georgia Ave., 2 bdrm.; 1 ba.'trailer, Ig.
screen porch. many extras, $29,000.
ST. JOE BEACH.
* Pineda St., large 3 bdrm., 11/2 ba.
house on 21/2 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 bdr.m: unfurnished, $350.


Extra
Fancy


Washington State 88 Count
Red or Golden Delicious 95


Apples BOx"17

3 Pound Bag I^ C
Red Del. Apples .... 9
3 Pound Bag '
Golden Del. Apples 1.U09
Washington State 64 Count $1 095
Red Del Apples. Box
100 Count Mcintosh 95
Eating Apples ... ox


FRUIT BOXES


4/5 BU. BOXES


Fresh Fla. 125 Ct. Hamlin

ORANGES ..


Fresh Florida

Navel Oranges B.ox11


Fresh Fla. PINK 36 Ct.

Grapefruit.. Box 6.93

Fresh Florida
_ 210 Count Box 9.95.
Tangerines isocountBox12.95


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SixWeeks HonorRoll


AcNEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL ............. . . 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .... .............. 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP. ............... .. 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer, o
Man Our Brother, '


1981 14'x56' mobile home on
Yented lot, 2 bdrm., cen. h&a.
,Take over payments. Call
229-6604. tfc 12-2
26'x10' fiberglass boat mold,
with cabin top, $200. Simmons
Bayou, 229-8781. .' 2tp 12-2





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" Cbmmjs-
sioners of.the, Highland View
Water Department will have
its month meeting the first
Tuesday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Water Plant.
tf 11-4

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

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.o
-There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe'
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. Every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
B. F. NUNNERY,.W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.
Christian salesman, 30, 6',
blond, blue,. 190 lbs., LONE-
LY, would like to meet Chris-
tian women, for fellowship &
dating. Photo & references ex-
changed. Reply Box 8393,
Mobhilpe AL. 36608. 2tn 12-9


Fresh Fla. 100 Count

Tangelos ...

Fresh Fla. WHITE

Grapefruit..


Bx 9.50


S80 Count Box
* 36 Count Bix


*9.50
[$6.50


56 Count Rome
Baking Apples


Box$179


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Fresh Florida Citrus Makes A Nice Christmas Gift!!


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FLEA MARKET41 4-416 ReidAve.
Port St. Joe
GET $6500

S25" Color Console As Low As .M....0 eo.

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Stereo System AsLowAsl .... M.-

NO DOWN-PAYMENT NO CREDIT. CHECK o.


"NO LONG TERM OBLIGATIONS '
GET WHAT YOU WANT- RIGHT NOW!

DELIVERY TO PORT ST. JOE TUESDAY Y & FRIDAY
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 9. 1982


1982 Piedmont double wide
mobile home, excel. cond.
Masonite wood siding, shingle
roof. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. Very spa-
cious. Call anytime. 229-6087.
2tc 12-2
2 bedroom frame house, in
excel. condition. 1404 Long.
Ave. Phone 229-8355. tfc 12-2
Land for sale: Sacrifice,
must sell: 1/i acres oh Stone
,Mill Creek in Wewahitchka.
Call 205-983-4205. No collect
calls. 2tc 12-2
75x715' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15
6' '


2 bdrm., 1 ba., liv. rm., din.
rm., den.,& kitchen on 2 lots,
213 8th St., Port St. Job.
$27,500.00, owner financing."
Phone 1/900-244-5695. For
showing call 229-821. tfc 10-21
Mexico Beach Duplex, 1
year old. Each apartment has
2 bdrm., ba., kitchen, dr-lr
combo, carpet, a/c. Lg. lot
within walking distance of
Gulf. Priced to sell at $44,500.
Call648-5070 or 648-5621.
tfc 10-21
3 bdrm., 2 ba., good location,
living room, dining rm., lg.,
kitchen, cen..hi&a. Has to be
seen to be appreciated. Call
229-8737. 4tp 11-18


Business lot, west corner of
Highway 71 and Reid Ave.,
Port St. Joe. Call 229-8771.
tfc 12-9
White City: cleared lot,
100'x211', $2,800 or best offer.
Call 1-670-8849. Must sell.
3 bedroom house for sale,
2% ba., din. rm., liv. rm. &,a,
good size kitchen with plenty
of cabinet space. Located at
Ward Ridge ortn Barbara Dr.
Phone'229-8090 after 5:00 p.m.
Stfc 11-25
Two bedroom block house in
Wewa. Call 648-8311 after 7:30
p.m. o 8tp11-4
"A bore is a person awho talks
when you wish him to listen."
Ambrose Bierce


SALE OR TRADE
Newlyremodeled, central-
ly heated & cooled,3 bdrm.
brick house in Eastpoint.
Established 9% interest
loan assumable. No credit
.check necessary. Call Bob
670-8423. 4tp 12-9


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


Beachfront apartment,
some utilities paid. Mobile
home space. Beacon Hill.
648-8398. tfc 11-25
House for rent: Furnished, 2
bdrm. duplex on the beach at
Mexico Beach. $225 per
month. Call 526-2482 or
482-2061'(Marianna). 4tc, fl-25
Available soon: Commer-
cial building on Reid Ave. For
more information clal 229-6374e
after 5 p.m. o tfc 11-4
For Rent: 2 bedroom fur-
nished apartment.. Call
227-1796 days or 648-8295
nights.
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 IReid 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.
Thame$ Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7-1
SKI BREEZE
Camping, campers for rent,
day, week or month. On the,
Gulf, beach or 'wooded site.,
Bill and Renee Schlickmain.
Res. 229-6105.
For Rent: 1, 2 or 3 bdrm. ful-
ly furnished private apart-'
ments, heat & linens. Reason-.
Sable, by week or weekend on-
ly, St. Joe Beach, near beach.
Call 763-6740:. tfc 11-25


Wanted: 35 mm camera,
case & tele-lens, for student
photographer, reasonable.
Call 229-8803 please.


WANTED
Outboard Motor Parts
Paying cash for inboard or
'outboard motors, running
or not. ,Call Sportsman's
Lodge 6708423. Ask for
Bob. If you need a motor,
give me a call. Have some
newly rebuilt motors, like
. new. .4tp 12-9


ERA PARKER REALTY
;o .1
C Highway 98 & 31st Street
S. MexicoX Beach, Florida (OUTSIDE
6 648-5771 or 1-800-874-5073 FLORIDA)
-. '., .


S.MEXIClCBO BACH. Gulf view Townhouses.
'Elegant 2 bdrm., 2V1/ ba. Units featuring
S*cen. h pumps & a/c, G.E. appliances, Euro-
pean style cabinetry, wall to wallcarpet.
Private upper & lower decks arid much ,
Smcre. Owner financing. 42nd St.


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



* WETAPPO LOTS"
* BEACHSIDE LOTS & HOUSES

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


MEXICO BEACH. Energy efficient
beachside quadraplex, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. each
unit. Cen. h&a/c, new carpet, brick con-
struction. 34th St.


MEXICO BEACH. 1981 double wide quality
mobile home with 1,500 sq. ft. of excellent
extras on 75'x100' landscaped lot. Bricked
around bottom.and brick steps. 7th St.



* RENTALS
* SALES
* MINI WAREHOUSE STORAGE
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate


French Provencial bedroom'
suite $245; 1 dining tale with
six chairs. Call 229-6182.
1965 Capella house trailer, 2
bdrmn., 1 ba. '$2,900. Can be
seen at 115-4th St., Highland
, View. Call 1-205-983-4806.
2tc,12-9
1971 -Opel,, $500. Boat
w/trailer, $700, 5'x8'o trailer,
boxed in $150; or will trade all
'for van. Call 648-5353. Itp'


Piano for sale, $300. 104
Bayview Dr., Highland View..
Call 229-6963.
Conn Alto-saxophone with
all ,'accessories, very good
cond. $350. Call 648-8262. Iltp
2 battery powered motor-
cycles, $20; 1 Barbie dollhouse
w/Barbies and clothes, $75.
Call 229-6056. ltc 12-9
Go cart for sale, $100 firm."
Call 648-8997 after 3 p.m. Itc


Mayhann paper shell
pecans, $1.25 per pound. Call
227-1489, A. H. Matthews,
Highland View. ltp 12-9


Coleman pop-up camper,
sleeps 6, has stove, ice box,
fiberglass top, aluminum
sides, new paint, new tires and
wheels, new awning. Excel.
cofidv $1,195.00. Call 648-5497
after 6 p.m. itp 129
Shrimp boat, 42' fiberglass
double rig, V-8 cat power,
$60,000. For information call
926-5205 or 877-3065 Friday,
Saturday and Sunday. 2tc1l2-9
Coats: long rabbit fur, beige
corduroy blazer, almost new;
cream colored quilted parka.
All coats size.7-8. Call 227-1669.
18' fiberglass boat, 85 h.p.
Mercury, heavy duty trailer,
stainless steel gas tank, price
reduced. 22M459: ltc1-2-9
New Moon mobile home,
10'x52', $3,500 cash. 2 bdrm.
furnished, 18,000 6tu air cond.,
meter. pole, gas tank. Located
between 4th & 5th St., Beacon'
Hill on 1st Ave. 2 car carport


Yard Sale: -2 families at
Renfro Auto Parts. Toys,
clothes, all kinds of things.
Dec. 11, 8:;30 to 3.
SGarage Sale: Sat., Dec.
11th, 2011 Long Ave., 8:30 -
5:00. No early birds. Lots of
everything., ltp 12-9
Garage Sale: 401 16th St.,
Corner of Long & 16th. Girl's
coats, 'furniture and misc.
items. Friday, 'Dec. 10, 9. till,
rain or shine.


Garage Sale: Friday, Dec.
10, 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m., Dec.
11, Sat., 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
Christmas tree, aluminum ex-
tension ladder, elec. 4 burner
surface range, elec. double
ovens, women's -golf shoes,
twin bed headboards, mred.
size women's clothes, Ig. size-
women's clothes and shoes
(some new), stereo console
radio and record player,
toaster, jewelry and misc.
items for Xmas gifts,
draperies, bed headboard,
base and box springs, lug-
gage, priced to sell. 1403 Con-
stitution. Itp
Garage Sale: 1806 Garrison
Ave., 8 a.m, to 4 p.m., Sat.,
Dec. 11, No sales before 8 a.m..
Garage Sale: Sat., Dec. 11,8
a.m.- 1 p.m., 2008 Cypress
Ave." '
Rutnmage Sale: Sat., Dec.
11, 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Dresser
with mirror, mattresses,
coats, books & others. Can-
celled if raining. Corner of Ga.
& Magellan, St. Joe Beach.-
Garage Sales Fri. and Sat.,
Canal St., St.- Joe Beach, last
house on left, 9 to 5. Misc.
items.
Yard Sale' Sat. only, from 8
- 3.. Baby clothes, toys, house
goods, ladies' clothing, 514
Tapper Dr., Ward Ridge.
Colossal Yard Sale: Sat.,
Dec. 11, 9-1, 97 Duvaf St., Oak.,
Grove. 4 families. Toys,
Clothes, dishes, good bargains.


built off of trailer, must be Sale starts Thurs., Dec. 9,
moved. Morris-Geiger. Itp the old country 2 weeks yard
1975 22' center, console sale. 10:30 6:00. Look'before
Abollo Sports'.Firherman' ybu buy, no refunds, we sell as
boat; 1977 115 hi.p. Mercury- is Christpngs time is here.
Soutboard motor with power ,Toys- toys -toys is on te'road
trim; 1977 Tandem exle again. We bayew a few :old
trailer. CalU229-6787. toys you can save money on.
M.Ian's 10 speed bike $35; also'
Doll furnitureifor sale. All small bikes for boys and girls,
wood. See or call' Otlell baby strollers,, small'
Roberts, Highland View. 557 tricycles. A few more things
2nd Ave. Phone 22"-6775. also, Old parts for small and
S5tpl1-1; big"bikes, trikes and kids',
L210 tractor and 5 im- wagons. 1 Exercise bike. Mrs:
elements, $5,000. Call 229829. J. B. Poppell, 802 4th St.,
,; tfc 1-1 (back of. old St. Joe Ice
House). ,
JEANS & THINGS
Mexico Beach Mini-Mall
Hrs. 9-6, Mon. Friday
Sat., 9-5, Sunday 1-5 :F-SAL
"Call 648-8275


20n"et boat/ Call 229-8193 for
more information. 2tp 12-2

Christmas kittens, free, will
hold. Call 229-8803. ltc 12-9

Mobile Home: 12x55' in good
condition, partially furnished.
$3,000,firm. Call 229-8708 or
227-1327. ; tfc 8-12

LIVE SHRIMP
Boomer's Bait Shop
8th St. & Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach Mini-Mall
-* 2tc 11-25


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 ..
Pat's Mats & Frames
406 7th St., Mexico Beach
tfc 11-18

4 h.p. Mercury motor with 3
gal. gas tank, $200; and 13'10"
aluminum Jon boat, $200. Both
in good cond. Price for both,
$375. 203 Allen Memorial Way,
St. Joe. Phone 229-6392.
2tp 12-2
Go cart, W.K.A. approved
racing cart, Honda G200
engine, apple red, 1 year old.
Very good cond., asking $700.
Call 904/639-5850, no collect
calls please. 4tp 12-2


SERIE


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-j: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
tfc 1i2-2


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



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!









Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


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T 'Fiat X-19 1974 convertible
classic, brown with gold pin
stripe, good cond., 30 mpg.
Call 648-5126. c 2tc 12-9
+ One 1967 White tractor,;
wrecked, good engine, Cumm-
ings transmission, single axle.
Call 229-8081. 3tc 12-9
1978 Ford Econoline Van,
customized by Winnebago, 351
V-8 engine' 41,000 miles. Call
.227-1893. tfc 12-9
o 1974 Ford Courier pickup
truck with am/fm 8-track,
new mag wheels in good
mechanical cond. $1,295. Call
648-5016 after 7:00 call
648-5264. 3tp l2-9
1982 Escort for sale, $600
down, take over payments.
For more information call
229-8780. tfc 11-18
1978 Mustang Cobra, p.s.,
p.b., a.c., in excellent condi-
tion. Call 648-5684. tfc 11-25
1977 Mustang II, 4 cyl., 2 dr.
Hatchback, p.s., p..b., a.t., a/c,
am-fm stereo & cassette with
equalizer. $1.500. Call 227-1364.


LOST: Left at the Ward
Ridge garbage dump: 14"
Craftsman chain saw. Saw
was laid aside to clean out
trash and was left. Please call
Mr. Sapp at the Post Office if
you know anything about the
whereabouts of his saw.
It takes one second for the
wings of small humming-
bird to beat '70 times.


Air Conditioning- Heo
Refrigeration Appli-
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE
Electric Plumbin,
SAppliance Repaii
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circl

Call Lou's Construct
fast, reliable and reas
work remodeling and
ing. Will furnish refe
Free estimates. Call 64

SHALLOW WELL
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry


THE LAUNDRY R(
408 Reid Ave.' 229-6
Open 7 Days A We
Mon. Sat., 7 a.m. 8
Sun. 10 a.m. 6 p.:
Self service or Drop
tfc


eating Alcoholics Anonymous
ance Port St. Joe Serenity Group
e Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
CO. Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
g Al-Anon
r Tuesday, 8:00 P.M,, E.S.T.'
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720
e CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
tfc 4-16 18 Yrs. Experience
tfc Ira J. Nichols
;ion for 319 6th St., Highland View
sonable Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
build- 904/229-6235
rences.
I8-5974. Walls, woodwork, and win-
4tp 12-9 dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
LS and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
Psychological Services 'for
tfc 4-29 anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St.- Joe.
OOM 227-1145 (24'hours)


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


NOW OPEN

ANN'S PLACE of
- CAKES, CRAFTS, FRAMES, PAINTINGS
& ART SUPPLIES
Magellan Street St. Joe Beach Phone 648-5258
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The Sewing Room
Sp 410 A Reid Avenue Oo
pp1 Port St. Joe, Florida O

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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


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



Church Supplies
Music Records Tapes'.'
Rubber Stamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Gifts Bibles
Sound Studio Recording 1
Service ,
7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES-

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




ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS

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-Commercial Building
-Residential Building.
--Cabinet Work 4


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689
P. O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tic '7


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


RkW Bug

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


SFor Sale by Owner 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe'
Call 904/968'5464, Pensacola ifc 9-so


3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry home with carport on Ig. lot in
good neighborhood. $33,500.00.
.3 bdrm,.1 ba. frame-dwelling at 110 Duval St., Oak
Grove. Only $8,000.00.
1 acre inland tracts, 3 miles from city. $4,995. 10% down.
Owner financing. .
FOR RENT: 2 bdrm. unfurnished house at St. Joe Beach.
,$125.00 per mo.

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


REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE
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 GIFTITEMS
INCLUDING SHELL PRINTS, NOTE CARDS,
FINE ART SAND DOLLARS &
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS IN WA TERCOLORS & PASTELS

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


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