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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 16, 1982
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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 17


THE STAR


Industry -Deep Water Port-- Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1982


Gulf County Jail No country lub



But It's No Uncomfortable Bed of Thorns, Either


. The Gulf County jail is no
country club nor is it any bed
of thorns to be endured and
tolerated rather than occupied
with a small share of comfort.
The jail is clean, kept warm
by an adequate heating sys-
tem and it doesn't smell bad.
The food is good, plentiful and
served regularly. The place is


clean and the
adequate and wo
well 'as being sa
kept clean. The
peeling and the 1
comfortable as a j
be.
.There is no air c
There are no recl
There ,are no .


Chief Deputy Jack Davilla stands at the end
hallway, lighted by a single bulb in the Gulf Count
section. Note the TV on the floor which the prison
Overhead is a heater which keeps the place warm,
has drawn demerits because the cover is rusted
bottom corner. -S



10- Year Grace Period


River Camps


Get Reprieve

The Gulf County Commis- buildings removed
sion and their attorney, Wil- .property within si
liamJ. Rish, have enlisted the, DNR spokesmen
aid of Rep. 'James Harold were giving the can
Thompson in an attempt to time to get thr
gain some relief for camp current hunting sea
owners on the Apalachicola having to vacate the
River, who were ordered to Gulf County Cc
remove their camps by the decided to try and
Department of Natural Re- for the camp owi
sources. Rish contacting R
Some 18 camps are inside tive Thompson.
the boundaries of property Rish reported Ti
purchased by the State of. had been successful
Florida from MK Ranches for. Thompson to do whs
conservation purposes. After for the camp owners
the sale, 'DNR ordered the now as if he I
camp owners to have their (Continued On P


plumbing is sofas. The prisoners do have a
rks well, as television set they may watch,
anitary and sitting outside the cell in the
paint isn't walkway. The TV is sitting
beds are as outside the cell bars to keep
ail bed could the inmates from tearing it up.
The lights are sparse in the
conditioning. cell blocks and that is a bone
liner chairs. of contention for the Depart-
over-stuffed ment of 'Corrections, who
insist that adequate light be
installed. Sheriff Ken Murphy.
said there would be adequate
light, if, again, the prisoners
= S would not tear it down as
-- quick as the county repairs
any damaged lights' As a
. consequence, the only lights
burning are those which the
prisoners have not been able
to tear down today.
The plumbing looks terrible.
The plumbing units are
made of some kind of cast
metal and a color finish heat
-bonded to them. Over the past
10 years, the color cover has
chipped and peeled, leaving a
dirty-looking dark spot where
the color has left the fixture.
The fixture is clean and
operable, but it doesn't look
good.
Department of Corrections
say the fixture should be
replaced so the area will be
pleasing to the sight.
i Tere is no back door to the
cell blocks, so prisoners would
have an alternate means of
egress in case of a fire or other
disaster. Department of Cor-
rections wants another outside
door furnished which will open
into a fenced-in exercise yard
adjacent to the rear portion of
the jail.
I" Sheriff 'Murphy- concedes '
this was poor planning on the
part of DOC when the jail was
built (They approved the
original plans 10 years ago).
The biggest pill the county
refuses to swallow, as well as
Sheriff Murphy, is the hiring
of 14 additional people to
watch the prisoners at all
times, even when they eat.
Department of Corrections
officials say the county must
furnish around-the-clock and
around-the-calendar observa-
tion of the prisoners, or face
the peril of losing a suit one of
these days if something hap-
of a dark pens to'one of the prisoners
y jail cell and someone sues.
s jaice DOC also insists that a
brs watch. director of food services and
but at the an assistant director be hired
tar photothe to supervise the serving and
Star photo eating of food by prisoners.
Currently, the food is pre-
pared by an adequate kitchen
staff and either served by the
staff or trustees in the prison.
There was.no argument about
the quantity or quality of the
food; just the supervision of
eating.
All of this amotints to an
additional 14 people to provide
constant surveillance and food
Supervision for the average of
nine prisoners a day kept in
from the the Gulf County jail. That'.s
x months. nearly one and a half supervi-
said they sion people for each prisoner
mp owners in the jail.
rough the Sheriff Murphy calculates,


son before
e property.
commission
intervene
ners, with
epresenta-
iesday he
in getting
at he could
s. "It looks
has been
'age 2)


IA


the lowest salary the County.
would .be able to pay these'
people would be around $8,000
per year,' times 14. "That runs
into a big chunk of money for
Gulf County", Sheriff Ken
Murphy said.
NOT DEMANDING
Percy Folsom, director of
the architectural department
of the Department of Correc-
tions and Joe Musgray, prison
inspector and investigator,
told the Commission Tuesday
they were not in Gulf County
to threaten the Commission.
Folsom said, "This is just
the federal law and we're'
charged with upholding that
law and seeing that you do it".,
Folsom pointed out that com-
pliance with the requirements
was only for the county good.
"Just recently, some inmates
were killed in a prison fire and.
you can be sure there will be
suits."
Folsom pointed out several
suits are now in Florida courts
for collection of damages
where prisoners were killed or
injured and the jails were not
up to federal and state stan-
dards. "If you're not up to
standard, you don't have a
prayer of a chance of winning
a suit if you are brought into
court", Folsom said.
Musgray said he inspected
the local jail a few weeks ago,
unexpectedly and found only
the radio operator in the
Sheriff's building. "There was.
nobody back with the prison.
ers", he said. ,.1


This is the kind of thing the
Department of Corrections is
coming down hard on.
Folsom said Gulf County
was open to suit from the State
of Florida if they did not take
step's to meet the require-
ments of county jails. ;
S"Who will do that suing?"
attorney William J,. Rish
asked'
"I must make my report to
the Attorney General", Folson
said.
"You mean, Jim Smith is
going to sue Gulf County over
its jail?" Rish asked.
Folsom said he had no
control over the suit but that
he did have the duty to call in
the fire marshall to inspect the
Gulf County jail for fire
hazards.
Rish then asked, "Do you
presume we are going to be
taken to court?"
Folsom never answered but
intimated that it was a real
possibility if some progress in
compliance wasn't made.
Both Folsom and Musgray
pointed out they were not
threatening or trying to intim-
idate the County in any
manner. "It is our duty to
inform you of these require-
ments", Folsom said. "That is
part of our job".
ONE ADVANTAGE
Folsom said Gulf County
had possibly the most impor-
tant advantage going for
them. "You are not overcrow-
ded", he said. The DOC
(Continued On Page 3)


This plumbing looks rough,i but it is clean, serviceable
and operates. Peeled and cracked paint finish makes them
look bad. .: -Star photo


This one light is the only one of four left
operating in a cell block at Gulf County jail.



In Planning Council


..The Commission decided to
proceed with caution with its
membership in' the Apalachee'
Planning Council...The Board
had' voted, to consider with-
holding their duei' from the
Council, if hearing wasn't
provided for Ed Leuchs, for-
mer director, who was forced
to resign by the Leon County
representative to the Council
two months ago.
Since that time, Leuchs has
publicly said he will no longer
fight his removal from his
position as director, where he
came under fire for allegedly
inept direction of the matters
and employees of the Council.
Sheila Mast, a' planner with
the Council, was scheduled to
appear before the Commission
Tuesday with a report on a
request for a fund grant for
.the Highland View .Water
system, but she didn't show
up.
'.The Commission will con-
tinue payment of its dues on a
quarterly basis, until they
ascertain how the Council will
perform in the future.
BIDS LET
Two bids were accepted and
a third taken under 'advise-
ment by the Gulf County
Commission Tuesday in their
regular meeting. ,
The Board accepted a bid of
$4,3'. 3 to furnish treated
timbers to the Mosquito Con-
trol Department. Treated
Timber Products of Pensacola


DOC wants the old lights replaced with new
fixtures to provide more and better light.
"" .. "* ."-"* :


was the successful bidder.
Pinch A Penny was the
successful .bidder to furnish
and install up to 70 ceiling
fans in the Gulf County
Courthouse.
Pinch A Penny entered a bid
of $10,000 for the 70 fans. The
County Commission is consi-
dering a reduction in the
actual number of fans install-
ed.
A bid from Peadon: Co., of,
Panama City was taken under
consideration to rehabilitate
the air conditioning system at
the Gulf County Courthouse
for a bid of $63,800.
Peaden's bid was the only


one received and his bid will
be closely scrutinized by the
designing architect for -the
work, Charles Arthur Gaskin,
before making the decision as
to whether to accept the bid,
or call for new bids.
KENNEDY RESIGNS
Leo Kennedy, who has been
the County's representative on
the Florida Panhandle Health
System, tendered his resigna-
tiop Tuesday.. Kennedy said
that after the system has been
reorganized, the meetings are
held in Tallahassee, with no
Expenses being paid to attend-
ing members. "I just don't'-
(Continued On Page 2)


DOT Wants City to Spend


Heavy On Traffic Light


t

k .


This traffic light at Second Street and people at the Florida Department of
Monument Avenue, seems to be bothering the Transportation!office. -Star photo


Department of Transportation officials
say Port St. Joe should spend nearly $10,000
on controls, materials, new lights, etc., on the
intersection at Second Street and Highway 98
if the light is allowed' to stay in operation.
The DOT had rather the light be taken
down and the intersection be left open, but if it
is to be maintained, they say it should meet
standards set out by DOT standards
appearing to be designed to discourage the
City from leaving the light in operation.
The light at the intersection was placed
there by the City several years ago, when the
Post Office was moved from Reid Avenue to
its present location at Second and Highway
98, which is also Monument Avenue here in
Port St. Joe. The light was placed, of course,
to allow pedestrians to cross the highway and
have a reasonably easy access to the Post
Office which is sitting on the opposite side of
the highway from most of its patrons.
DOT has bombarded the City with
statistics over the past several years,
pointing out the fact that the intersection
doesn't have .enough traffic count to warrant


a light being placed at that location.
Apparently the DOT has performed several
traffic count studies to gather their informa-
tion, which has been largely ignored by the
City.
The DOT letters have all been read, but
their contents largely ignored by the City
Commission, simply because the light doesn't
belong to the DOT: it belongs to the City. The
City owns, operates, pays for the electricity
and maintains the light. In one instance,
about three years ago, the light was replaced
by a new one. Again the City bore the
expense. The City feels it also has jurisdiction
over the light since it is on a City street and
serves a need for pedestrians going to and
from the Post Office, as well as providing
some traffic control during shift change
periods of local industry. The industry is all
located on one side of the light, and a majority
of the people who work in them, live on the
other side.
The Commission insists it isn't being
stubborn. They feel the light is needed and
plan to keep it right where it is.


I.


20P Per CODV


Board Cautious


Star Will be Printing

Early for Next Week
The Star will print early next week in order to allow
our staff to take off a few extra days for the Christmas
holidays.
The Star will be compiled on Monday and Tuesday
morning, and printed Tuesday afternoon for Wednesday
distribution.
The early press date makes it necessary to post a
Monday noon deadline on all news and advertising for
next week's paper.
Letters to Santa Claus will be printed in next week's
issue. These letters should be in The Star office by
Friday afternoon.
The early publication date will mean.. that
subscribers will receive their paper one day early next
week.
^ *- -


Paper Mill Shutting

Down for the Holidays

St. Joe Paper Company announced this week it
would suspend operations of its paper mill here in Port
St. Joe on Saturday, December 18 in observance of the
holiday season.
The mill will remain down the week of December 27
for maintenance, repairs and inventory adjustments.
The mill will resume operations on Monday, January 3,
1983.
S Employee work schedules will be posted on the.
bulletin board by department superintendents.
St. Joe Paper joins Sylvachem in idling its local mill.
Sylvachem shut down its operations December 6 and are
scheduled to resume operations on December 27.


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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1982


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Back In Business

We now have it from a source while.
fh should know, that we could There's no doubt among us that
e money for the people 6f Gulfd be
rty if we could just get our port a port in operation now would be just
it like all business in these days. It
g' would be suffering from a slump in
A survey by people who know business. But the business slump
to sample these things has said isn't going to last forever and when
o berth port here in Port St. Joe it picks up again, we hope Port St.
Id pay its own way right from Joe is right there in the thick of the
Atart and even has good promise port business like it has been in
rowing in size in just a shor* years now long past.
A survey by engineers shows
Port St. Joe could generate at least
"Concer .n 811,000 tons of shipping a year and
S1A !.L .that would pay for a port installation
Sheriff Ken Murphy is now and operation here. It seems to us as
ficially in mourning over the if we remember our average annual
ath of Marty Robbins, a man port business at about the same
leriff Ken, himself a frustrat- figure back when Southeastern
'country music performer, Pipelines was operating at full blast
rms as his hero. and had tankers calling here for
As if that wasn't enough, unloading on a regular basis.
)bbins, like Sheriff Ken, had The estimated 811,000 tons isn't
me by-passes put in several a lot of business, then. We have done
ars' ago, while the Sheriff's .it before. If such a figure can put us
as a more recent happening. in the port business and we have
Ken is mourning the death good reason to grow in this endea-
Robbins'from two avenues. vor, we say it's time-to get going and,
feels the loss of Robbins' realize our destiny to be one of the
reforming ability in his death busiest ports on the Gulfcoast.
d he has remarked about his u .s ..p.o o ." a.
ncern from another, more Port St. Joe has always been
icere source than the concern linked to sea commerce as long as it
er the loss of performances.. has been the object of settling by
Sheriff Ken says, "I truly people. From the French of the Fort
)ught those by-passes would Crevecour days to old St. Joseph to
;t for more than 12 years!" modern day Port St. Joe, the deep
Such a common thread water harbor of our bay here has
tween two men could cause attracted settlers because of its
ncern within the survivor, potential for sea-related activities.
don't it? It's time we got back into the
J business.


By. now y

of Washington
for shooting th
to blow up th
ment last wee
cat-calls from
cause the van
didn't actually
pounds of expl
was carrying
to blow up the
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goes to the tr
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packing dynan


You Play It Safe

we probably have a blow it up and take a. fewinnQoent
groupp giVlg the polce people with him, one tends to believe
n, D.C., a rough time him. If a man says he has a van
e man who threatened loaded with 1,000 pounds of TNT
ie Washington Monu- parked at the base of' the monument
ek. They will get the and he plans to blow it up unless he-
i the do-gooders be- gets some conversation about nuc-
the man was driving lear freezes, it makes those standing
ly contain the 1,000 around waiting, nervous.
osives the man said he
and using to threaten We think it is regrettable that
e monument. the man had to die, when police
he man was unarmed. opened fire as he started off toward
the White House. As it worked out,
(and time when a man he died' needlessly. We can't fault
double to get in touch those who shot him, however. With a
es and tell them he is 1,000 pounds of explosives at stake,
mite and threatens to you tend to play it safe.


Most of us are aware of the
current economic recession
the United States and, for that
matter, the world is experi-
encing. The recession has far
reaching effects, not only
world-wide but in every facet
of industry and life. The state
of Tennessee is no exception,
as this story will attest.
Recently a friend who lives
in Knoxville called me and we
were discussing how the re-
cession was affecting is and
the people around us when he
told me this very interesting
story that will reflect just how
serious the. economic slump
really is.
About two months ago two
wood-cutters who lived in a
detached section of the moun-
tains some distance from
Knoxville decided to try to
find other work. Business was
extremely slow and they were
unable to "make what they
were accustomed to, although
the amount was minimal.
They both agreed that the best


Reprieve
(ContinTed from Page 1)
successful in gaining a 10-year
grace period for the camp
owners", Rish said.
Under: the 10-year period,
the camp owners may use
their camps, but may not sell
or transfer' their ownership.
Neither can they enlarge the
camp buildings. No new camp
sites can be built on the
property within the 10-year
period.,
The County Commission
drew up a resolution at their
last meeting calling for the
DNR to allow the camps to
remain, but placed no time
limit on the request.



CanutJon
(Continued from Page 1)
have the time to spend a day in
Tallahassee at meetings",
Kennedy said.
The former member said
the system is now the North-
west Florida Health Advisory
Committee and can only make
suggestions. The old organiza-
tion was autonomous in mak-
ing local decisions on health
matters.
STARTING WORK
Mosquito Control supervi-
sor, Doug Kent said work was
starting this week on con-
struction of a new boat landing
ramp at Indian Pass.
The new ramp will be built
at the end of the paved road at
Indian Pass and will replace a
landing which is not now
usable. Kent said construction
Will make it impossible to use
the landing site for about eight
weeks.!t i


place to seek new employment
was Knoxville. They packed
their few clothes and headed
for the big city.
'When they arrived they
immediately bought a paper
and studied the 'Want-Ads' for
employment leads. One bold
ad caught their eye. It read:
"NOW HIRING." Not bother-
ing to read the small print,
they immediately headed for
the Municipal Airport. That
was where the hiring was
being done.


After they found the office of
the Personnel Manager they
decided to go in one at the
time, the first being the one
who won the flip of the coin.
Zeb, the winner, entered the
office and asked to see the
man who was "doin' the hirin'
for 'em 'er jobs in at 'er
newspaper." .The secretary,
accustomed to seeing all
kinds, asked him to wait for a
minute and then ushered, him
into the Personnel Manager's
office.


A MAN'S WORLD



S Hunting A Job

L. BY SHAD PHANTRY


"I want to apply for one of
'em 'er jobs you got writ up in
at 'er paper," he bluntly told
the manager.
"Alright, what do you do?"
the manager asked.
"I'm a pi'let," was the
proud reply.
"A pilot!" the manager
exclaimed, "You are just the
man we have been looking for.
We need good pilots. You be
here Monday morning and
we'll put you to work. Your
starting salary, providing you
qualify, will be $50,000 a
year." They shook hands and
he walked out.
Once outside he explained to
his friend what had happened
and urged him to, "get in air
reel fast! They got some reel
good jobs but they ain't
agonna last long at the salary
they payin'!"
The second man entered the
office and soon was seated


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Cold Snap Bringing Down the Last of Stubborn Leaves


Traffic Lig

ONE OF OUR THREE red lights is
getting into the news again. As a matter
I f fact, it earned the dubious notoriety
f making the daily press last week as
The Department of Transportation
ame forth with its periodical sugges-
Tons as to what the City of Port St. Joe
S an do with that particular light.
The light I'm talking about is the
s itine on Highway 98 in front of the Post
'*^ office. : ,
r DOT has, for the past few years,
ut forth an epistle almost annually to
S ie fact" that the spot doesn't have
Spenough traffic to warrant a traffic light.
Sih order to discourage the City from
Mnsisting on maintaining a light at that
articularar spot, theycome upwith a list
: f do's and don't's a page and a half
long and which add up to about $10,000
S.. expenditures, just to keep a traffic
Eight at this particular spot.
The light is an essential part of our
trafficc control, at least four or five
limes a day, as the shift changes at the
paper mill and when the noon whistle
S lows. If you happen to get stuck on
Either side of U.S. 98 on Second Street
when these changes happen, you just


htSeems tobe Bothering DOT Headquarters for Some Reason


wait there until the traffic has subsided.
-In' order to remedy that little
problem and allow everyone a: time to
go, the City maintains the light, turning
it on early in the morning and turning it


Still, DOT comes at us to try and
encourage its removal.
So far, the light has remained and if
the City has the final decision to make,
it will stay there.


the name of Dr. Clark.
The artificial heart is. not much
more than a pump which was placed in
the chest of the dentist and must be
operated and controlled from the


esley R. Ramsey


If it serves no other purpose, the
traffic light is an effective tool to keep.
DOT informed that Port St. Joe is here
and we need a little of their attention
every once in a while even if it is
only to tell us how we're going to have
to handle our light:

THE WORLD WAS amazed last
week at the placement of an. artificial'
heart in the chest of a retired dentist by


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outside.
Ever since the heart was installed
and hooked up to its air pump and
electric impulse machine on the outside
of Dr. Clark's chest, the man has lived
through one crisis right after another.
One heart doctor stated publicly
Friday that the artificial heart is
impractical.
While it is keeping Dr. Clark alive,
it would appear that the gadget is


impractical. Dr. Clark has no hopes of
ever being able to get away from the
machinery which keeps the artificial
heart going. If the electricity goes off,
Dr. Clark dies. If the pneumatic pump
running the heart malfunctions, Dr.
Clark dies. If any number of things
happen which happen in our ordinary
days, Dr. Clark will die. He is a slave to
the machine and its mechanization.
Such a situation causes two obser-
vations to be made. One: The situation
points out just how marvelous the
human body is because in its natural
state, it needs no outside wires, pumps,
energy sources, etc., to keep the body
functioning and doing well. Second: is
the mechanical heart the artificial
entity or is the life it supports and the
manner in which life is supported
artificial?
It would seem only natural that an
artificial heart would give artificial
life.

FREEMAN GOSDEN DIED late
last week.
If you don't know who Freeman


rmlda e


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


Gosden is, you are less than 30 years
old. If you are over 30, you are well
acquainted with who Freeman Gosden
is, even though it has been at least 30
years since he was in his heydey on
radio.
Freeman Gosden was the creator of
one of the most popular radio shows
ever to be aired prior to television.
When we listened rather than looked,
Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll
gave us Amos and Andy every week.
While some of the black groups
later condemned the show as racist,
since it featured two black men and
their friends, the show was still some of
the cleanest and most wholesome
entertainment ever presented to the
American people and its popularity was
as widespread as the sunshine on a
summer day.
When Gosden came forth as
"Andy" or "The Kingfish", whom he
also portrayed, the large majority of
the ears of America were tuned his way
and they spent, many enjoyable mo-
ments listening to the show which
should go down in history as a
masterpiece of entertainment.


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DOT COMES AT THE city about
the light as if it were a burden to DOT.
In truth, DOT doesn't own the light.
They don't maintain the light and they
don't pay the electric bill to operate it.
Everything about the light, from
purchase, to installation, to mainten-
ance is taken care of by the City of Port
St. Joe.


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to apply for one of 'em 'er jobs
in the paper," he stated.
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manager asked, looking at
him sceptically.
"I'm a wood-cutter," he
answered, proudly.
"A wood-cutter!" was the
manager's startled reply.
"What would we need with a
wood-cutter here at the air-
port?"
"I don't rightly know," the
wood-cutter replied, "but you
just hired my friend that was
in here, didn't ye?"
Thinking for a minute and
remembering the same moun-
tain 'broug', the manager
said, "yes, but, you see, he is a
pilot and we need him."
I know he's a pi'let", the
wood-cutter offered, "but he
can't pile it till I cut it!"
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Wrestlers Entering Tourney


Port St. Joe High School's
wrestling team will be enter-
ing a Christmas tournament
Friday, to be held at Bay High
School in Panama City.
The tournament will begin
at 1:00 p.m., EST.
Wrestling coach, Chris Ear-
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Crime Reduction


Gulf County Sheriff Ken
Murphy gave sort of a pro-

Jail

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official said most of the
present law and require-
ments started from problems
with overcrowded prisons. He
pointed that overcrowding in-
stigated most of the prison
suits in the courts today. "No
county has won yet,, where
their jail operations were not
in compliance", he pointed
out.
Folsom said two other prob-
lems which other jails had met
were not experienced by the
Gulf County jail. Gulf County
has an arrangement to trans-'
fer all Baker Act and juvenile
cases to specialized facilities'
in Bay county and so have no
need to make special prepara-
tions to handle these two
problems.
Sheriff Ken Murphy-and. the
County Commission told both
Folsom and Musgray they felt
progress could be made in the
material improvements, but
that the additional people as
staff would be another, more
knotty problem they could see
no hope for solving.
Folsom and Musgray said
that any report of progress
being made would help the
position of Gulf County and at
least keep some of the man-
dated penalties from being
applied for a time at least.


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gress report of the crime
'picture in Gulf County in an
address to' the Rotary Club
last Thursday.
Murphy said statistics show
that crime is down in Florida
and also in Gulf County. He
says he feels .the new laws
passed recently by the Legis-
lature have helped some in
driving' criminal operations
out of Florida, by giving law
enforcement more tools to
combat organized crime with.
"I can't take all the credit
for reduced crime in Gulf
County, although I wish I
could", Sheriff Murphy said.
"We have a good group of
people here and they are more
responsible for reduced crime
than any other one thing", he
pointed out. The Sheriff said
cooperation, a general inclina-
tion of Gulf ,County people to
behave themselves and con-
cern over the critical crjme
picture has spurred local
people to aid his department
in curtailing crime as well as
solving it.
As to the new laws, Sheriff
Murphy said they didn't help
influence wrong actions by
officers'. "If an officer was
inclined to be a bad apple, he
had ample opportunity under
the former laws to do his dirty
deeds," Murphy said. The
Sheriff went on to say laws
didn't stop someone deter-
mined not to do what he
should at all times.
Murphy said the new drunk



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'driving laws are working well
in Gulf County and have
curtailed the practice of drink-
ing and driving, considerably. .
Murphy alerted the RBotar-
ians that the Department of
Corrections was probably go-
ing tosue Gulf County over its
jail. "There's nothing serious
wrong there, but it still doesn't
meet state specifications, and
they should insist that it
does",he said. The main point
of contention is that the state
demands more people to over-
see incarcerated' prisoners
than Gulf County has on the
payroll. "We can't afford
these extra people", Murphy
said.
"We have never had any
problems in our jail and we're
going to do our best to see
that we don't", Sheriff Mur-
phy declared.
Guests of the club were
Judge Tom Elinor of Panama
City, Dr. Pete Imber of Ohio,
Lee Gibson of Alabama and
Wheelettes Tia and Tanya
Phillips.

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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. DEC. 16, 1982 PAGE THREE


January In

December


Mrs. Dorothy J. (Dot)
Craig, .of St. Joe Beach, died
Monday evening in Gulf Pines
Hospital, Port St. Joe. She was
a native of Greenville, S. C.
She was an employee with the
Gulf County School System,
and was a resident of Port St.
Joe for the past 35 years.
Survivors include: her hus-
band, Marion Craig, St. Joe
Beach; one son, Bob Craig,
Bristol, Virginia; one grand-
child, Cassie Roberts, Marian-
na; her mother, Mrs. Grace
Pickelsimer, Charleston, S.
C;; three sisters, Mrs. Mary
Elliot, Nashville, TN, Mrs.
Carolyn Gwinn, Charleston,
S. C., and Mrs. Judy. Newton,
Charleston, S. C.
Funeral services were held
at 4:00 p.m. EST Wednesday


Graveside at Holly Hill Ceme- Interment followed.
tery, Port St. Joe, conducted All services were under:the
by the Rev. William Smith, direction of the Comforter ,
and the Rev. Jimmie Spikes. Funeral Home. .


Father of H. Richards Dies


Clifford G. Richards, 86,
died Dec. 14 in Tuskegee
Alabama Hospital after a
lengthy illness. Mr. Richards
was a member of the First
,Free Will Baptist Church of
Chipley, a veteran of World
War I, a member of the
Veterans .of Foreign Wars
local chapter, and retired
from the Fla. Dept. of.
- Transportation.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs.
Lena Owens Richards,
Chipley; one son, Hubert-
Richards of Port St. Joe; three


granddaughters, Mrs. Gayle
Parker of Lake Park,
Georgia, Mrs. Nancy Little,
Port St. Joe hnd Mrs. Vickey
Lauza of Huntsville, Ala.
Funeral services will be
held at the First Free Will
Baptist Church at 2:00 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 16 with Rev.
Clifford Holland, pastor and
Rev. Bill George, officiating.
Interment will be in the Glen-
wood Cemetery, Chipley with
the Blackburn-Wachob
Funeral Home directing. :


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Gayle Newberry Mitchell
became the bride of Herbert
S Hligdon Swatts on November
; -: i2, 1982, at six o'clock in the
e ening in a garden ceremony
: held at the home of the bride's
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Grant
S,.-Theodore Newberry of Pana-
ma City.
Candlelight and indirect
lighting was used to illuminate
the garden area for the double
- ring, ceremony which was
performed by the Reverend J.
R. Spikes, Port St. Joe, in the
presence of the immediate
families of -the bride and
groom.
/ The wedding party appro-
? ached the altar on either side
of the rose garden which was
centered by a flowing three-
4 iered fountain.
* 5he bride descended the
. d M 'e of candlelight wearing a
ojmal length gown of antique
._ixory chiffon and Brussels
:ice with vertical patterns of
Slace enhancing the high Vic-
:,torian neckline. Bishop
:sleeves of chiffon fell softly to
:the wrist caught by Brussels
'lace. Accenting the natural
: ,waist was a belt of satin,
Antique ivory ribbon. The
VA-line skirt, bordered with a
Soft chiffon ruffle, fell softly to
the floor. For her wedding


bouquet, the bride carried a
basket of natural fiber filled
with honey-colored daisies,
baby's breath, tube roses, and
leather leaf fern accented with
bows and streamers of antique
ivory satin. A half circlet of
baby's breath, worn in the
hair, enhanced the beauty of
the bride. She was given in
marriage by her children,
Miss Patricia Jan Mitchell
and Miss Paula Ann Mitchell,
of Panama City.
Miss Jan Mitchell, eldest
daughter of the bride, served
as Maid of Honor. She wore a
full length dress of Nile green
taffeta with ruffles at the
neck, three-quarter length sle-
,eves, and a deep ruffle at the
bottom of the skirt. Flowers
were carried in a natural fiber
basket with soft-hued satin
bows and streamers attached
to the front of the basket.
Miss Paula Mitchell, young-
er daughter of the bride,
served as Bridesmaid. Her
dress andbouquet were identi-
cal to the Maid of Honor's.
Miss Dana Kelli Swatts,
daughter of the groom, was
the Flower Girl and wore.'a
floor lengtlr dress of ivory
taffeta. She, carried.a basket
of rose petals, spreading them
along the aisle as she appro-


ached the altar.
Higdon Stone Swatts, son of
the groom, was Best Man.
The bride is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Grant Theodore
Newberry and is employed at
Newberry Optometric Clinic.
The groom is the son of Mrs.
Ralph Albert Swatts, Sr. and
the late Mr. Ralph Albert
Swatts, Sr., of Port St. Joe,
and is employed as General
Manager of Operations for the
St. Joseph Telephone and


cutting of the cake by the
bride and groom. Mrs. Mar-
jorie Dowling, aunt of the
bride, and Misses Pamela and
Judy Dowling, cousins of the
bride, assisted at the punch
service. Mrs. Jim Harrison,
sister of the groom, and Mrs.
Ralph Swatts, Jr., served the
coffee frappe. Miss Charlene
Swatts, niece of the groom,
attended the bride's book. The
reception was directed by Mr.
and Mrs. Emory Ray.


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Mrs. Emory Ray was or-
. ganist, and Reverend J. R.
Spikes and Mrs. Newberry,
mother of the bride, directed
the wedding.
After the ceremony, a re-
ception was held in the home
of the bride's parents. Mrs. J.
A. Poyner and Mrs. Marie
Louise Rogers, aunts of the
bride, served the wedding
cake after the traditional

First Birthday

for Sara Moore
Sara Brooke Moore, daught-
er of Jim and Brenda Moore,
celebrated her first birthday
December 10, with a clown
, party in her home.
Celebrating with Sara were
her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. Gordon of Apa-
lachicola, and Mr. and Mrs. R.
E. Moore; her great grand-
mother, Mrs. Leona Elliott
Musgrove; as well as her
cousins, Angie and Stuart,
with their parents. Visiting
were great aunts Elaine Gor-
don of Apalachicola, and Faye
Jones of Atlanta, Ga.


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folks at Glad Tidings Assem- bly of God for the "Living Christmas Tree".



DAR Membership Tea


The Glad Tidings Assembly
of God in Wewahitchka will
repeat its popular "Living
Christmas Tree" to tell the
Christmas story this year.
This exciting musical event
will take place during two
evening performances, Sun-
day and Monday nights, De-
cember 19 and 20, at 7:30 in the
Glad Tidings sanctuary, under
.the direction of Mrs. Judy
Warren.
The massive steel form of
the tree was constructed by
men of the church. Pastor-
David .Warren. recalls the
planning sessions that first
resulted in a massive wooden
frame, since discarded, and
. now updated to a steel struc-
ture built to accommodate
65 singers. The goal in build-
ing the frame, which was
achieved, was that the top-
most singer's head come just
to the ceiling of the sanctuary,
thus providing a massive and
very effective visual for the
choir's presentation.
Again this year will be the
very beautiful and dramatic
effect in which the tree will be
lit candle by candle, causing
the tree to slowly assume its
shape in the darkened sanctu-
ary with a lovely instrumental
background. This year forty-
four singers will be accom-
panied by a cast of dramatic
characters, that promises to
stir one's heart. A totally new
musical package will be pre-
sented with special lighting.
and sound. The choir will all
be attired in new robes
specially purchased for this
presentation.
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you will never forget, join the


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New Arrival

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Black-
mon proudly announce the
birth of their daughter, Ste-
phanie Lynn. She was born
November 28 at Bay Medical
Center.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Woodrow Blackmon
of Wewahitchka, and Mr. and
,Mrs. Gene Rogers of White
City.


holiday event.
Mrs. Swatts, Mrs. Nobie
Stone, Mrs. George Suber and
Mrs. Charles Brown will be
hostesses for the Chapter.
Mrs. Harlan D. Shope, Re-
gent of St. Andrews Bay
Chapter DAR, and Mrs. Joe
McCoy, Florida State Society
DAR Historian, both of Pa-
nama City are invited as
special guests of the local
Chapter. '
Any woman is eligible for
membership in the National


Society Daughters of the
American Revolution who is
not less than eighteen years of
age and who is descended
from a man or woman who
loyally served in the cause of
American Independence, pro-
vided the applicant is per-
sonally acceptable to the
Society.

St. Joseph Bay Chapter
presently has 65 members
from this area and various
states in the Southeast.


After a wedding trip to the
Bahamas, the. couple 1~*1 V ARDOQEF THANKS
reside in Panama City at 1215 I wish to take this means to
Marie Ann Boulevard. thank my friends for the many
Out-of-town relatives -at- nice things you did for me
tending the wedding were Mr. when I was sick, and had
and Mrs. James E. Harrison, surgery.
Mrs. RalphAlbert Swatts, Sr., Mrs. E. J. Rich
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stone, Mr.
and Mrs. Silas R. "Mickey"
Stone, Mrs. Nobie Stone, and
Stone and Dana Swatts, all of
Port St. Joe. E .


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St. Joseph Bay Chapter
Daughters of the American
Revolution will entertain pros-
pective members, mothers of
members, and friends who
have assisted in various
phases of. the Chapter's work
at the eighth annual member-
ship tea this Saturday, De-
cember 18, from 3:30-5:30.
Mrs. James E. Harrison,
daughter of Mrs. R A. Swatts,
Sr., Chapter Regent, has gra-
ciously offered her home on
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nigh School Bands to


Present Joint Concert


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 tonight, December 16,
at 7:00 Eastern time in the
High School Commons Area.
Selections will include many
favorite Christmas carols, sa-


cred selections as well as
secular Christmas tunes. The
concert will include several
numbers performed by both
bands combined.


There is no charge for
admission to the concert, and
the public is cordially invited
to attend.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1982


PAGE FIVE


Never too "Old"


The St. Joseph Bay Chapter
of A.A.R.P. will be having
their Christmas party on
Monday, December 20, at 3
p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church.
Included in this special
program will be the musical
narrative, "Joseph the Car-
penter", presented by the


Mark A. Schanback

Named to Who's Who


Forty-two students at Val-


Happy 25th
Lucious and Evelyn
Love,
Tammy, Brenda, Linda.
Mike and Waylon


dosta State College have been
chosen for the 1983 edition of
Who's Who Among Students in
American Universities and
Colleges.
Selection was based on
academic achievement, lead-
ership, service to the com-
munity, extracurricular acti-
vities and future, potential.
Students are selected from all
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institutions of higher learning.
Chosen from Port St. Joe
was Mark A. Schanback, son
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Hanging Up Her Headset

S"Operator 8" hangs up her headset for retirement. Mrs.
Alyce Slowe, an operator at St. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph Company, decides to retire after 19 years of ser-
vice with the company. Alyce plans to do some visiting with
her sons and her sisters, so the company gave her luggage for
the trips and the operators gave her a gold locket with her
operator number and retirement date inscribed. Pictured
above on the right is Mrs. Slowe, Miss Daughtry, chief
operator and Troy Parrish, traffic manager. -Star photo


Senior Citizens.


Lunch


Monday, December 20
Orange juice, chicken nug-
gets, sweet potatoes, zucchini,
whole wheat bread, pineapple,
and milk.
: Tuesday, December 21
Pineapple juice, beef stew
with garden vegetables, rice,
broccoli, cole slaw, biscuit,
apricots, and milk.-"
Wednesday, December 22.
Orange juice, veal with
mushroom gravy, au gratin
potatoes, mixed vegetables,'

Farmers HO

Office In Bh
Farmers Home Administra-
tion, the rural credit branch of
the United States Department
of Agriculture, has undergone
reorganization nationwide.
The reorganization of Florida
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Thursday, December 23
Apple juice, baked chicken
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Orange juice, beef and
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me Admin..

ountstown
tion has been under study and
review for the past year and a
half. The Administrator of
FmHA is attempting to equal-
ize the workload, in each
county, district and state by
providing guidelines of case
loads per office and per
employee. This reorganization
in Florida involves realigning
of district offices and also
combining of several sub-
offices and smaller county
offices. The present FmHA
county office in Panama City
is being combined with
Blountstown county office.
The Panama City office will
be closed as of December 10.
After that date Bay and Gulf
Counties will be served by the
Blountstown County Office.
The address of the Blounts-
town office is: Farmers Home
Administration, 425 E. Central
Avenue, Room 311, Blounts-
tdwn, Florida 32424, telephone
904-674-4268.
Florida Farmers Home Ad-
ministration officials state the
main goal of the reorganiza-
tionis to provide service to the
public in the most feasible and
economical manner possible.
They feel this will be accomp-
lished with the new reorgani-
zation.

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PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1982


Adult School Has


SiNew Headquarters
I Almost ever since there has a new elementary school was irifor
been an adult school operating built there this year, and the be sc
') Gulf County, it has been portable unit was moved to their
headquartered upstairs in the Port St. Joe, a brick facing Cent
centennial Building. constructed on the outside and posit
Last week, the central office some partitions and a coat of aban
"was moved to its own quarters paint applied to the inside. tions
"i: a rehabilitated portable The result was a new adult meth
-'slassroom building behind the office center and classroom story
P#-ort St. Joe High School. complex for a total cost of expend
i'complex on Niles Road and about $5,000. Scho
':Ung Avenue extension. The adult school offices and Boar
, The classroom was surplus classroom were put into a bind they
--to the Wewahitchka area after last year, when they were Th
ing n
Build
dface
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'SUNDAY SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP ..
EVENING WORSHIP
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Pastor Ira J. Nichols


tions
opera
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In
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med there would have to
me renovations made to
quarters upstairs in the
ennial Building, or their
ion would have to be
doned. Since the renova-
included a secondary
Lod of egress to the second
suite of rooms and other
nsive changes made, at
ol Board expense, the
d decided on the move
completed last week.
e School Board was pay-
no rent for the Centennial
ling location, but were
i with a considerable
nditure to make the loca-
comply with state codes.
e Adult Institute manages
e seven sites throughout
county from the new
Pal office, which provide
full time teaching loca-
and five- part time
nations, using some 24
hers to provide basic high
ol education and voca-
l classes to some 375
ents throughout the coun-
addition to the central
e suite, the new location
provides a full time class


NursingHome Construction Making Progress


/ ST. JOSEPH BAY HEALTH CARE center is beginning to take more
definite shape as workmen started putting, the roof on the building this week..
This view was taken from Ninth Street and shows the entrance section of the
complex. Three other sections to the building are coming up behind this section.


room' operation for ,. Adult
Institute students.,
The new facility has its
enritrance' off Long Avenue.
extension, south of the Niles
Road-Long Avenue intersec-
tion, behind the vocational
classroom complex.


Christmas Musical Set,

At New Bethel A.M.E.


The combined choirs of New.
Bethel A.M.E. 'Church, under.


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CARD OF HANKSS
We wish to. thank all the
wonderful people of White
City, Port St. Joe and 'Wewa-
hitchka who contributed mo-
ney toward medical expenses
for Tercie Causey. Thank you
all so very much for your
visits, flowers and prayers.
We-can never forget the love'
each one of you has shown 'to
us

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With love and thanks,
Mrs. Tercie Causey
ahd Family


Our "ketchup" is derived
from the "kechap" of Ma-
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fish brine, herbs and spices.


the direction of Mr. Calvin
McDougald, will present a
Christmas musical, "The
Coming of 'the Light,'" on
Sunday, December 19, at 7:00
P.M ..
Everyone is invited to at-
tend. The church is located at
146, Avenue C, Rev. James
Williams, Pastor.


Presently, the builders of the facility hav half the proposed 120 bed structure
being built. The remainder of the' building is scheduled to start as soon as this
section is finished. -Star photo


Everyone's


Rushing to the
Exciting

First Baptist
Church
Port St. Joe, Florida
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
Bible Study .... 9:45 A.M.
S '(All ages)
Worship .:... 11:00A.M.
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Never cut what you can "The end of your search for a friendly Church!"
ntie.." Joseph Joubert __________________________________


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229-8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe R




Beverly Baldwin, R.N.,

iAddresses Univ. ofWF

Ms. Beverly A. Baldwin, sponsored by the Center on
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.presentation on "Assessing West Florida, Social. Work
:and Intervening in Mental Department.
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HIGHLAND VIEW


BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

Welcome Friend


Port St. Joe's Sharks finally-
got into the win column for the
first time in the young cage
season Tuesday night, after
losing their third straight to
Florida High last Friday
afternoon,
The Sharks were nipped at
the final second by- two free
throws 'after the game as
regulation time came down to
the last few seconds.
Tied, 48-48, the Sharks had
the ball and were holding on
for the overtime, when a
Shark was called for stalling.
Florida High got the ball and
the Sharks were called for
fouling. As the last two
seconds ticked off the -clock,
the Florida High player sank
both ends of the free throw to
end and win the game.

ing in geriatric nursing. She
was a member of the Mary-
land Task Force for the 1981
White House Conference on
Aging and was a group leader
on the Mental Health Needs of
the Elderly for the Mini-Con-
ference.
Beverly is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Baldwin,
Port St..Joe..


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.TLB 'NIV
SThe Son Superior to Angels
Long ago God spoke in many different ways 1' In the past God -spoke to our forefathers
to our fathers through the prophets [in vi- 1 through the prophets at many times and in
ions, dreams, and even face to face*], telling them various ways, 2 but in these last days he has spoken
little by little about his plans.' to us by his Son, whom he appointed heir 6f all
2 But now in these days he has spoken to us things, and through whom he made the universe.
-*'::through his Son to whom he has given everything, 3 The Son is the radiance of God's glory and the
.and-through whom he made the world and every- exact representation of his' beinm, sustaining all
Thing there is. things by his powerful word. After hie had provided
3 God's Son shines out with God's glory, and purification for sins, he sat down at the right hand
all that God's Son is and does marks him as God. of the Majesty in heaven. 4 So he became as much
He regulates the universe by the mighty power superior to the angels as the name he has inherited
of his command. He is the one who died to cleanse is superior to theirs.
us and clear our record of all sin, and then sat 5 For to which of the angels did God ever say, .
down in hlighet honor beside the great God of "You are my Son
.heaven. today I have become your Father*';?


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The Sharks had the lead,
23-21, at half-time, but lost
their advantage in the third
period and played on even
terms with the Demons in the
final period until the two free
throws came' along.
No Shark was doing extra
well at the hoop, but Durey,
Cadwell and David Robinson
barely made it into the double
figure scoring column with 10
points each. Bell paced the
Demons with 19 points and
Gillean added 15 for the
winners.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 5 18 12 13-48
Florida High 11 10 14 15-50
5HARKS-Russ, 4-1-9; Pitt-
man, .'4-1-9; Jenkins, 4-0-8;
Cadwell, 2-6-10; Woullard, 1-0-
2; Robinson, 4-2-10.
FLA. HI-Gillean, 6-3-15;
Bell, 9-1-19; Garland, 3-1-7;
Battle, 3-1-7; Batres, 1-0-2.
Center Durey Cadwell hit
the nets for', 20 big" points
Tuesday night, as the Sharks
put their first win in the record
books this season, bumping
the Wewahitchka Gators, 60-
40. The Gators already had
three wins to their credit for
the year.:


NOTICE OF VARIANCE
Notice is hereby given that the City
Commission of the City of' Port St. Joe.,
Florida, ~.1i con-.aer a variance to the
Zoning Ordinance of the City as :h,,ows
B. i aOii nq .::.n iruc:i:.' f 3 uo ll3 ,ii ,
..,,ji Vll-1 r, ,:,j r, r, rr.:, l e., o '..
108 C.iy of Po'r St Joe .ih,.,. .1.j I
of the property line.
The City will consider said variance at
its regular meeting on January. '1983. at
the City Commission meeting room .at,
8:00 P.M. '
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE.
Is/ L. A. Farris.
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 12-16
BID NO. W.W.T.P. 170 ,.
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida. invites'
bids on the following, described items:
63 4'" stainless slip-on companion
flanges: ,
10 lengths 20' schedule 40 SIS pipe:
21 901 ells schedule 40 SIS:
21 4"'nipples T.O.E. 6" long:'
42 4" ring gaskets:
Ladish or approved equal. All
material shall be factory marked by
the mfg. and shall be domestic class
304' stainless steel schedule 40. .
175 518"x5'/" NC 304 SIS cap'
screws:
175 5/8"x3'"' NC 304 SIS cap
screws:
350 518" NC S/S nuts:
Bids shall be sealed in an envelope and
plainly marked "Bid No. W.W.T P. 170".,,;,
And bids must be F.O.B:. Port St, Joe..,
Florida, and approximate delivery date',
shown. The City of Port St. Joe reserves i
the right to accept or reject any'or all
bids. waive any formalities and to choose
the' bid deemed best to meet the Citys
needs. Bids must be good for 30 days
after opening. .
.Bids must be submitted to the City.,
Clerk's Office. P. 0. Box A. Port St. Joe.
Florida 32456. on or before 5:00 P.M..
E.S.T.. January 4. 1983. Bid opening will
be held at the Regular City Commission
Meeting January 4. 1983. at 8:00 P.M..
E.S.T.. in the Municipal Building. Port St.


Baker had the hot hand for
the Gators in the first half,
keeping the Gators even until
the last two or three seconds of
the half, when the Sharks went
ahead on a field goal as the
buzzer was sounding.
In the second half, Baker
went cold and so did the
Gators, scoring only three
points in the third period. The
Sharks weren't helping them-
selves much in the third
period, as they put only eight
points up.
Cadwell and his 20 points
paced both teams in the point
production department. Josh
Jenkins and Marty Russ had
14 points each for the Sharks.
Fred Baker paced the Ga-
tors and was the only Gator to
score in double figures for the
evening.
: The Sharks .won the game at
the free throw line, making 14
for 18. The Gators made eight
of 15 free throws.
'Score by quarters.:
SHARKS-Russ, 4-6-14;
Pittman, 4-0-8; Jenkins, 5-4-
14; Cadwell, 8-4-20; Givens,
1-0-2; Robinson, 1-0-2, Woul-
lard, 0-0-0.
GATORS-Addison. 0-3-3:


Joe. Florida.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
Is/ L. A. Farris
City Auditor/Clerk


2t 12-16


STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is, hereby given that on the
12th dayof November. 1982. pursuant to a
Writ of Execution issued in the County
Court of Polk County. Florida. Case,
Number 23182-32-259 in the cause of
ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT CORPORA-
TION. PLAINTIFF. vs. DANIEL EDWARD
PALMER. DEFENDANT. I. KEN MURPHY.
SHERIFF OF GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA.
have levied upon the property of the
defendant, to-wit:
One (1) 1980 Chevrolet Monza. white
in color, two-door. Serial ",number
1R07AA7178749
On the 19th day of January. 1983. at
Two O'Clock (2:00) (EST) in.the afternoon.
at the Compound located behind the Gulf
County Jail. Port St. Joe, Florida. I will of.
fer for sale said property for cash to the
highest bidder, subject to all'prior liens, if
any. to satisfy said Writ of Execution.
/si KEN MURPHY. SHERIFF.
Gulf County. Florida
41 12.16

Auto And
Homeowners
Insurance
JEAN MALLORY
639-5322 Wewahitchka
or
785-6156 Panama City


Metropolitan
Metipoitan realy stands by you.
LIFE IIALD IAL 1U 01 MI. Rk 1RI M N t


F. Baker, 6-2-14; H. Baker,
4-1-9; McFann, 4-1-9; Bidwell,
1-1-3; Bostick, 1-0-2.

The Wewahitchka Gators
will. be host to a game with
Bristol tonight before taking
the Christmas holiday break.
The Sharks will enter a
Christmas tournament at
Mosely High in Panama City,
December 27-29. The Sharks
will open tournament, play
against Rutherford on Mon-
day night at 6:00 EST.. If they
win that game, the Sharks will
meet the winner of the Cotton-
dale-Chipley game Tuesday at
7:30 p.m., EST. If the Sharks
-lose their first game, they will
meet the loser of the Cotton-
dale-Chipley game, Tuesday
afternoon at 4:30 p.m., EST.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1982


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With


HANNONINSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store' Since 1943


Auto Home BuSiness Life

Flood- Bonds Mutual Funds


8:30 til 6:00 Monday through Friday


221 Reid Avenue


Phone 227-1133


We are HERE to Service What We Sell


ROY SMITH, Agent


: F'*RANK HANNON, Agent


This photo was taken of last year's living nativity scene,
showing how the display is put together.


Live Nativity



Set Next Week


A live nativity scene will be
seen again this year in the.
Monument Avenue side of the
First United Methodist
Church of 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.
The display will be present-
ed after dark on the two
designated nights. There is no*
charge for viewing.


Sharks Make Gators



First Victim of Season


Rice paper, the ancestor of wallpaper, was huhg on
walls in China as early as 200 B.C.


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




First

Presbyterian Church

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

Welcome to Everyone

JOHN M.STUART,'Pastor
Phone 229.6857


*1 '~


- Public Notices -


HIGHLAND VIEW UNITED

METHODIST CHURCH

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





e.-'*h *"-


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1982


Wewa Elementary School Honor Roll


Wewahitchka Elementary
School announces the Honor
Roll for the second six weeks
grading period .
ALL A's
First grade: Madena Castle-
Tammy Davis, Amy
Heather Goodwin, Jere-
my Pridgeon, Maria Rogers,
Rebecca Weeks, Kelvin Wil-
liams '
Second grade: Amy Davila,
Misty Garrett, Anthony Lee,
Casi Lindsey.
Third grade: Kim Burns,
Angela Goodrich, Pamela
Smith, Kelly Nations, Monica
Weeks, Chad Flowers, Holly
Herring, Marcy Holyfield.
Fourth grade: Brandi Arm-
strong, Matthew Birming-
ham, Heather Whitfield.
Fifth, grade: Michael,
Murphy.
Sixth grade: Tony Muina',
Sonjia Williams, Aimee List-
er; Patti Mathis.
ALLA'sandB's
First grade: Lillie Ann
Armstrong, Ursula Brown;
Jerry Holyfield, Kimberly
Jones, .Malinda Pearson,
Daniel Taunton, Adam Alder-
man, Kelly Cunningham, She-


Public
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given t.hi pu'su.ni to
Section 865.09, Florida Slanule Ine
undersigned persons intend to register


bretia Daniels, Mari Good
rich, Connie Lanier, Cynthi
Pickron, Cathy Tremain
Beau Whitfield.
Second grade: Brandy Beat
ty, Theresa Dietz, Heathe
McLemore, Melanie Stephens
Darrell Vann, Teresa Cain
Joy Davis, Robert Ewer
Jason Flowers, Charles Jack
son, Michelle Kelly, Ben Lisi
on, Kevin Martin, Janic
Mincy, Carrie Redmon, Lis
Scott. '
Third grade: Devon Avrigi
an,. Kye Bidwell, Daniel1
Gillis, Philip Goodwin, Cyr
thia Griffin, Emory ,Horne
Eric Gaskin, Michael McCor
vey, Jason- Miller, 'Jacqu
Smith, Denny McGlon, Sigfri(
Muina, Stacie McGill; Mitc;
Yarrell, Lisa Griffin, Ear
Hood, Adria Muina.
Fourth grade: Deana Atkin
son, Antonio Baker, Jasor
Bass, Sheila ,ishop, Stepha
nie Broome, Ivey Crutchfield
Sandra Holmes, Pache John
son, DeWayne Layton, Michel
'Ie Lester, Regina Melvin
Katrina Nunnery, Michel(
Ownes, Jovan Scott, Sharle


d- Williar
a RitaBi
a, Holly
Ingrid
t- Melissa
*r April
s, Fifth
, -
r,
k-

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'Notices
FOQURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
THE ciRcuIT COURT FOR GULF COUN
ST'r FLOFIDA
PROBATE DIVISION'


Aiih me Clerh oi he C.,cu,. cou'I Guo IN RE: The Estate of
County. Florida. Iour weeKi alleir ne IsI BRYAN BRADY SE'TERICH.
ouDlicainorO tis roIce Ie lIci.nou l. DeceaDsed. I NI .T T .
nameor tiaae nameunde, wncninin ill e i NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
S beenoaged .r, ousirness an.ad .r, h.cn .d TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
business 10 be carIe or. 10 Mol DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
GULF DOLOMITE COMPANY ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSOrNS IN
Do.ng Business on PuDI.c Road TERESTED IN THE ESTATE.
Running Irona County Road 382 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ir., ir.t
Io Basic inc administatlon of the Estate .,i E., a.-
Sana Post Oflice ,:, 87 a Brsv Se r ern o*Eccea F.i riu..t, ,.
Poil Sl Joe Flo-juida 32456 i ending ir. Ihe C.r:ulil Cun r o Gulli
Max Fiem.r.g '0'. un .,..aeo tlerre l C,:.unly. Fl0i.0a Piop3re Di.,or. ir.C 3.j
Wuliam J R.sn, 506' undviaea nearestt dre;s ofI *n.cr. .- Gull Couri, Cc.u
d' 12.9 ihoui.e. Pori Sl J.:,e. Fior,3a 3249'. Tne
Personal RCer,reseriai.v. oi ie cmale '
VII3ii1m Seil ricrh who ad.,3ie..; -s R 3
FICTITIOUS NAME WeCvni,:h la Flor.aa 32465 Tnc narr.,y
Nolnce Is hereby given ihat DursuanI O nd aos o ire Pe.r,ail Fefre.e..
Section 865.09. Florida Slalules, Ine ia e'.- i allorn-, ae 5ei iorr, DeI.l.
i bUndersigned Persons Intend to register All p e;on hav.'..g cil..,Tm oi acr .,'da .
Wilh Ihe Clerk of the Circuil courl Gull i 3nm, Ine ema-e ale iecueo W ITHi
; County. Florida. four eeaks after ihe irst THREE 13i MONTHS FROM THE DA TE OF
ublicaton oi this notice Iheicill.ous THE FIRST PUBLICATIOn OF THIS
name or Irade name under whIln ney will NOTICE to ile niun ine GicE' 01 ih
beengagea inDusinessand in wnlch saia 3uo:,pe Court i m len i al eT ,_c,' OfI a'r
business 1s I be carried on, to.wil clam ,,r demand ire, m.,; r-ae Eacr,
ARHELGER and CCR PRODUCTIONS clam music e nr. wril.r.g a '0 mui n
P 0. Drawer 1188 ar. 3lie me oas', Ir the claim Ire name
WewanilchKa. Florida 32465 and adreas oi in. c'ediloi or n: a3ger.i or
Isf Owner: Jeiry Arhelgei 3aic,5ncv and theC amount Caned iI Ine
41 11.25 claim.-s nor yeil aue i e aaie nwrn I *ill
become aup r.ali be cilea I ire cla.m
i15 conlrneri O0 uniau,u i1eao Inc naiare
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Ine unrI selnlu ,sl be ,131erl r lne
NAME LAW cilim I. secure Ie se."urly znail Dc
: NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN-TH'AT TiHE -- "b'.D T I.p.urinl rai r.l eidela f&lI
UNDEO RSIGNED. desiring to engage in lic-n cople5 o inre cli.oT ic. Ire c ltil I,:,
business alU S Highway 19. Northinine enAble Ine Cl.r ior marl one i c ic.
cily oi Monlicello. County ol Jelleison 6ach Personal Reraser.lal.,e
: ana sale ol Florida under Ihe name A Dr.on .,,leled in ir,,e I iale
"SyscoiGull.Allantic Food Services". in homrn a copy or Irra Nor"ce o 4
S enaslo register saia name withl he ClerK T.in.lia on ha. oEen m.dlel zre ,.
OI ClICUl Court oI Gutl County oured IfITHIN THREE 3) M.OJTHS
o cu o o FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
Michael Nichols. PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to .I.
Assistant Secretary a.y oDierion iney -ma, riae final
SyscoCorporallon 4-1c 125 .:nalienge ine ,al.a,., ol e de..denl s
W-ill l.'e duilll, ..:.n' Ol ire, Per, or.,l
FICTITIOUS NAME RepIesalIe CO enu urisa
lior. 01 in. Co'ur
Nol,:e ,s nereo, given, ina puruauin iB,
Soie aeryF a pur ani 0 ALL CLAIMS ANiD OBJECTIONrS PIOT
Seclion 86509. Florida SlaiuIlE the SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER SHARED
undersigne Derions intend 10 regiSle.' Dar1 or 1i. ir l uDIIcalon ci 11in1
with Ihe Clerk of ine Circurt couil Gull Nolce ci Admnitar,, Dece.De. 9
... Couniy. Flo dai AeKs le Ir he lrs 198
puoDIIcalhon ol th.Is iceC. the ,cilious 1982
rame or iiaae name I whr'. lhe'will t'WILLIAM SETTERICH
eeqgaged.nbus.ne-a and in ..chsaia As Per-anai Rec.ri.e,-.ial..1 c'l Ir.e
S hi.lne s, Ie I hnI ro ,e ca n r,n Ir wo. EsljI 01o Bl ar Br cEi .eler..;r, Deces.-


CHATTE 'qox
.Hignw3y 7.1 P Bo, 930
Wenwanuicrhik Fl i..da 32465
S3 Herman and Be.erv P.1ill Owr.er
-," 4 l 1?-9 '

STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GUCF
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE .s ne'eDy giver. Iha on ihe 9in
S day of Noiemrei 1982 puruant it a W, i
oi Erecul.on ,ssuea in ihe Counit Couwl
'i Gull Couni, Fiori13. Case Numrer
22345 in I cause o0 PIGGLY WiGL'i
'PLAINTIFF Vs JAMES McGEE DEFEN
DANT, I, KEN MURPHY SHERIFF OF,
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA, have.levied'
uoon rhe propelv o01 thIedefendant, to-
Unrit No. Two, Lot 14. Box 1016. in
Firil Mliiview Addllior.
On Ire 291h day of December 1982 ar
Two 0 Crck (2 01i in Inme aiienoon ,:n ne
stees of Ihe Gull Counly Courthouse "
Pol0 SI Joe- Fior.al I will roller lor t ale
said properly Ior casn o ihe n.ghel O.d .
del. subject o all proi aliens if an, 10
satisfyy saia Will of Execulion
I- KEN MURrIHY SHERIEF
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA 4r 122

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT
OF FLORIDA
S MRIANNA CIVIL NO. 82-0237
THE UNITED STATES OFrAMERICA,
PLAINTIFF,
Vs. .
WALTER K. JOHNSON, BETTY M. JOHN-.
SON,' his; wife; arid HOUSEHOLb'O
FINANCE CORPORATION
DEFENDANT O
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Ia hereby given that under and
by virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure
rendered on November. 3, 1982,. by the
,United States District Court for the Nor-
tiern. District of Florida, Marlanna DIvI n
slon, In the case above styled In favor of
the Pialntiff,' 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
cash the' followIng properly, situate, ly-
ing, and being in Gulf County, Florida,
Described as-follows: ... ..
Lot Twenty-one (21), Block Forty-sev-
en i47), City of Port St. Joe, Florida,-
according to the official map on file
In the ollice of the CleiK of Circuit
Court, Gulf County, Florida, Plat
SBook 1, page 17..
For additional Information-concerning
the above property, contact the office of,
the U.S. IAttorney, telephone no.
904/224-3186, Florida. ,
Sale subject to confirmation of the court.
Method' of payment: Cash, postal
money order or certified check, niade
payable to the U.S. Marshal.
Date November 15. 1982
W. L McLENDON.
' UNITED STATES MARSHAL, ;
NORTHERN DISTRICT FLORIDA
4tc 11-18


ATTORNEY FOr P EPSONAL REPRESENT
TATIVE:. I i
Marvin A. Urquhart. Jr. .
,314 Magnolia Avenue ,
Pa n ,r.3nC0 i i Fir .j' :' "
Tclepno,na i91l41 7r,9 3-'? 6 "l.: I; 31


OIrv-


648-5011 Sales 64


i : .,il .ii


ms, Michelle Jackson,
burton, Loretta Goodwin,
Hays, Latrenda Kemp,
Muina, Bonnie Parker,
a Price, Amy Waldorff,
Weeks.
grade: Amanda Clay-


ton, Rhonda Foster, Christa
Gortman, Eric Hollopeter,
Chris McLemore, Tonya My-
szkowski, Tracy Nations,
David J. Smith, Rita Stanley,
Robbin Williams, Joanna Cau-
sey, DeAnn Griffin, Jennifer


Groom, Darryl Lister, David
Rich, Sherry Burns, Alice
Causey, Darlene Pearson,
David R. Smith, Ray Strick-
land.
Sixth grade: Patty Fowler,
John Gdrtemoller, Linda May-


hann, Sebrina McGill, Byron.
Stewart, Aaron Alderman,
Michael Grahl, Kim Green,
Carolyn Jones, Tricia Ward,
Angelia Addison, Rena Baker,
Shea Carter, Gary Hartley,
Juan Muina, Tammy Vann.


I UT ..*. GulfCounty SchoolBoard


- The ,Gulf County. School
e Board met in regular session
- on November 2, 1982 at 5:30
PM in the Gulf County Court-
-house in Port St. Joe. The
following board members
d were present: Waylon Gra-
Sham, Ted Whitfield, Gene
' Raffield, Paul Sewell. Board
member Greer was absent.
The Superintendent was also
present.
Veterans .of Foreign Wars,
John 'C. Gainous Post 10069.
presented an award of citation
to members of the Gulf County
School Board in appreciation
for their service and counsel-
ing in the acquisition of a
surplus building for the VFW
to use as a post home.
On motion by Sewell, second
by Whitfield, the minutes of
October 5, 1982 were unani-'
mously approved.
The Board reviewed corres-
pondence from Faith Christi-
an School requesting the use of
Port St. Joe Elementary
School gym for their Junior
High basketball program. The
board instructed the superin-
tendent to coordinate this
request through the Com-
munity Service program.
The board reviewed corres-
pondence from State Depart-
ment. of Education advising
the board of an approximate
5.7 percent holdback in state
The Superintendent advised
the board that the remodeling
of the adult facility is practi-
cally completed.
A general discussion re-
garding salary for Community
Service Directors was held.
Board members Whitfield and
Raffield agreed to get both
Community Service commit-
tees together and present a
recommendation at the next
meeting.
The Board set November 16,
1982 at. 9:00 AM for an
organizational meeting.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Sewell, the board
unanimously approved a 'Re-
solutionrqfeueting-a-studen- t
transportation survey. This
survey is tentatively sche-
duled for the week of Febru-
ary 21-25, 1983.
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Sewell, the Board


unanimously approved 'the
following personnel matters:.
Approved a- letter of resig-
nation from Nan Adkison, as a
teacher at Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School;
Approved the, employment
of Mike Knepley as a main-
tenance II semi-skilled work-
er, effective October 18, 1982;
Approved Judy Warren be
employed as a vocal music
teacher for Port St Joe and
Highland View Elementary
Schools one day each week,
.71 hours: per day;
Approved Judy Hill and
Judy Griffin be paid contrac-
tual pay for substituting at
Port St. Joe .Elementary
School;
Approved Gary Speights be
allowed, to. coach the Boys
Varsity and Jr. Varsity teams
and be allowed to receive both
supplements;
Approved Margaret Prange
by placed on continuing con-,
tract;
Approved a request from
Lanita Taunton for six weeks
of maternity leave;
Approved the following
teachers to teach out-of-field
for the 1982-83 school year:
Port St. Joe High School-
Virginia Campbell, Marion
Craig, Carl White; Wewahit-
chka Elementary- Margaret
Prange, Marlene Whitfield;
Wewahitchka High School-
Betty Holloway, Gary
Speights, D. L. Owens, Larry
Mathes. Betty Owens.
On motion by Sewell, second
by Whitfield, the board ap-
proved a chest type freezer,,
Wizard Model VW2U568, Seri-
al NO. MDV1615B27 declared
as junk and should be re-
moved from property record;
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Sewell, the board
approved the expansion of the
drug education program in the.
Wewahitchka area. ..
The Board also unanimously.
voted to approve the State,
School Volunteer program
'Grant for the 1982-83 school,
year. .... .
The Board reviewed each
school center budget. No
action necessary. ..
On motion by Raffield,
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously voted that the


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
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MEXICO BEACH. FL 32410
REAL ESTA TE SALES BEACH RENTALS REALTOR
S716 Rental .....* After Hours: 648-8977
18-5716 Rentals or 648-8939


S 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.
france home.-blose to downtown for
shopping. $20.500.
* New Listing: 1912 Juniper Ave! 3 bdrm.
1.r/2 ba. brick home: Only $39,900.
* New Listinrg: 1610 Long Ave. 4 bdrm., 1
ba. home in good area. Fenced back
yd. Storage shed.. $34,000.
* 107 H C 3dra on Ig.
c hal nkg Sto rg &
a/c s ciate.

* 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 51,5= rm., 1

* 1501 Monumeni Ave. Large.3 bdrm.,
1 2:ba., liv. rm., din. rm. & kit. combo.
* 619 Marvin Ave., 3 bdrm., 1 /2 ba.,
chair) link fence, Ig. house, $33,400.


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

MEXICO BEACG I
* 2 bdrm.. 1 ba. trailer. on 3rd Sireel, 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. .1'., ba.
house on 21/2 lots. $49,900 with good
owner financing.

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

MONTHLY RENTALS
Several New Rentals Now Ajailable
FURNISHED
* 1 bdrm., $165, $180, $200 per month
* 2 bdrm., $2?5, $250, $400 per month.
* 3 bdrm., $250, $350, $375 per moirin
* 2 bdrm. trailer, $175 mo., $230 >r.
round. u-s.e '$-
* 2 bdrm. unfurnished, $350.


bills be paid.
SOn motion by Sewell, second'
by Whitfield, the Board unani-
mously approved .the follow-
ing matters:
Approved the Annual Re-I
port of School Progress for
each school for the 1982-83
- school year;
Approved the OCO Match-
ing Grant for the 1982-83
school year;
The Board denied a request
from Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Association to waiver the
bus use fee for a trip to.
Apalachicola Seafood Festi-
val;
Approved a hnew bus stop in
the White City area;.
Approved School Food Ser-
vice Second Quarter Bids as
.follows: Phillips Meats, Fro-
zen-chilled; Svsco-Monticello,
Frozen-chilled and processed;
Swift, Frozen-chilled; P. R.
Harrell, Frozen-chilled; Daf-
fin Mercantile, Processed;
Lance, Inc., Processed. Co-
pies of bids are on file in the
Superintendent's office;
Approved Equipment Re-
placement Bids for Port 'St.
Joe' High School, Vocational
Industrial Arts. Copies of all
bids are on file in the
Superintendent's office; '
The Board discussed the
stage curtain at Wewahitchka
High School that was dam-
aged during the asbestos
removal. The Board instruct-
ed the Superintendent to con-
tact the school board attorney
in regards to this settlement.
The Board approved a re-
viewed list of activities teach-
ers have planned for Ameri-
can Education Week, Novem-
ber 14-20, 1982.
The Board reviewed a
TRANSPORTATION AG-
REEMENT with Bay County
School Board and Gulf Coast ,
Community College whereby
the Bay County School District
Transportation Department
provides transportation for
students living in Gulf County
and attending Gulf Coast ,


Community College or Tom P.
Haney, Vocational Technical
Center. No action necessary.
The Board reviewed Com-
munity Services' Report from
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
area.
There being no. further
business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on
December 7, 1982 at 9:00 AM.
The, Gulf County School
Board met in special session
on November 16, 1982.at 9:00
AM in the Gulf County Court-
house. The following members
were present: Waylon Gra-
Continued On Page Twelve


PAGE NINE


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PAGE TWELVE


Cold damage, from low
::temperatures, frost or a hard
freeze, is a hazard to many
", outfood plants in Florida.
Even in South Florida where
temperatures seldom reach
the freezing mark, cold injury
can and often does occur. With
proper cultural practices and
severalrl protective steps,
damage from low tempera-
: tures can be cut to a mini-
/ mum. My information for this
;'.-article was provided by IFAS

Whitehead

Finishes

A.F. Course
Airman 1st Class William
M. Whitehead,.son of:' Clyde
and Doris J. Whitehead of
Port St. Joe, has graduated
from the U.S. Air Force air
passenger specialist course at
Sheppard Air Force Base,
:-Texas.
Graduates of the course-
learned procedures for pro-
S cessing passengers and their
: baggage for air travel aboard
:military and civilian contract
S aircraft. They also earned
-credits toward an associate
:degree in applied science
through the Community Col-
.3ege of the Air Force.
:' Whitehead will now serve at
iRhein-Main Air Base, West
S Germany, with the 375th
.Transportation Squadron.
He received an associate
xlegree in 1980 from Mount
S:Olive Junior College, N.C.

: -CARD OF THANKS
I would like to thank my
S:-'fiends, co-workers, and poli-
cyholders for their prayers
and good wishes during my
hospitalization.
I'm doing well and should be
back to work sometime in
January.
Kevin D. Byrne


"Nothing so needs reform-
ing as other people's habits."
Mark Twain


STHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1982


Extension Horticulturist Dr.
Robert Black.,
Many plants go through a
"hardening process" with the
advent of low temperature.
.This process induces a natural
protective device in plants,
enabling them to survive low
temperature. Light is import-
ant in this hardening process.
Plants receiving little or no
light often do. not develop
hardiness, even though the
temperature is acting to en-
courage this natural occur-
ance.
Many of Florida's sub-tropi-
cal plants do not go. through
this hardening process, so vwe
must try to' reduce cold
damage on these plants by
artificial means. Nutrition is
very important for increasing
a plant's resistance to cold
injury. A plant that is favor-
ably supplied with all ele-
ments essential for growth
will survive lower tempera-
ture and recover faster from
cold injury than plants not
receiving proper fertilization.
In other words, a plant
suffering from a lack or
inbalance of fertilizer will be
more susceptible to cold in-
jury. An optimum level 'of
fertilization should be main-
tained throughout the year.
Most plants grow during the
winter but at a slow rate. The
rate of fertilization should be
reduced proportionately, say
to one third the normal rate,
but should not be completely
stopped. This is also true for
watering. Plants require wat-
er during the winter just like
the rest of the year. Remem-
ber, people don't stop eating
and drinking in the winter and
neither do plants.
Another way to minimize
cold injury is by suitable
windbreaks. Windbreaks re--,
duce wind speed and also
conserve heat in an area.
Evergreen plants make excel-
lent windbreaks which can be
effectively placed so that an
area stays warmer than it
would if it were in the open.
You can thus protect some of
your tender plants by placing
them inside a windbreak of


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evergreens.
Covering material such as
cloth, polyethylene plastic and
paper can also be used to
reduce cold injury. These
temporary coverings trap
heat and maintain high tem-
peratures near the plant.
Other- materials such as
leaves or soil can be piled
around the base of plants to
keep the stems from freezing.
'Leaves may be injured or
even killed, but these cover-


ings may prevent the entire
stem and roots from being.
killed.


Minutes. ,.


Sprinkler systems have also
been used for cold protection. Continued From Page Nine
A constant flow of water over ham, Ted Whitfield, Gene
the plant may be of value; Raffield, Paul Sewell, Oscar
however, if the supply of Redd. The Superintendent was
water is stopped or is not also present.
supplied fast enough, ice can The meeting was opened
build up to the point where its with prayer by Chairman
weight breaks the branches of Graham and followed' by the
the plant. This method is Pledge of Allegiance.
usually hot suitable for home- Jerry Gates, Clerk of Circuit
owners, since large quantities' Court, administered the Oath
of water are needed and most of Office to newly elected
Sirriation systems are made- board members Oscar Redd,
irrigation systems are inade- Gene Raffield, and Ted Whit-
quate. "field.
,To summarize, a good heal- By unanimous vote, Ted
thy.plant is the best insurance Whitfield, Jr. was elected as
against cold damage. A heal- Chairman of the Gulf County
thy plant means a proper, School Board to.serve for the
fertilization and water pro- next calendar year, and Gene
gram are used. Use 'wind- Raffield was elected
breaks orIprotectivecVice-Chairman to serve for
breaks protective coverings the next calendar year. Im-
for the entire plant, or at least mediately after his election,
for the main stem when a cold. Chairman Whitfield presided
snap is anticipated. If all fails at the 'meeting.
and the plant freezes, replace On motion by Raffield,
it with a more cold tolerant second by Sewell, the Board
species. set their meetings for the next


calendar year. The Board will
continue to meet on the first
Tuesday after the first Mon-
day of each month with
alternating times, 9:00 AM
(EST) and 5:30 PM (EST).
Copies of the meeting sche-
dules are on file in the
Superintendent's office.
On motion by Graham,
second by Raffield, the Board
unanimously approved a Re-
solution whereby Gulf County
will participate in the pan-
handle Area Educational Co-
-operative. Copies of the Ag-
reement are on file in the
Superintendent's office.
The Superintendent recom-
mended Jerry Kelley as prin-
cipal at Wewahitchka Ele-
mentary School. 'After a brief.
discussion, Chairman Whit-
field tabled the recommenda-
tion until the board recon-
venes at its next meeting.
The Board discussed the
holdback in state funds and
authorized the Superintendent


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to set some guidelines and
begin to make the necessary
adjustments.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.'
The Gulf County School
, Board met in special session
on November 23, 1982 at 11:00
AM in the Gulf County Court-
house in Port St. Joe. The
following members were pre-
sent: Ted Whitfield, Waylon
Graham, Gene Raffield; Paul
Sewell, Oscar Redd. The Su-
perintendent was also present.
Motion was made by Raf-
field, second by Graham to
appoint Jerry Kelley as princi-
pal at Wewahitchka Elemen-
tary School. The motion was
carried with Raffield, .Gra-
ham, Redd voting YEA and
Sewell and Whitfield voting
NAY.
The Board discussed a sala-
ry .increase for the Com-
munity Service Directors. Mr.
Raffield, representative of the
Port St. Joe area for the Gulf
County School Board, indi-
cated that he had been in'
conversation with other board
members and there seemed to


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be general agreement to com-
pute the average salary' in-
crease given by the City of
Wewahitchka, the City of Port
St. Joe, the Board of County
Commissioners, and the Gulf
County School Board to its
administrative personnel and
apply this percent in calcu-
lating the increase for the
'Community Service Direc-
tors. Mr. Raffield placed this
recommendation in. the form
of a motion and it unanimous-
ly passed the Gulf County
School Board.
The Superintendent distri-
buted a copy of the guidelines
that was sent each cost center
relating to the shortfall in
state revenue. No action- ne-
cessary.
A -general discussion was
held regarding' the prospects
of entering a cooperative
agreement with other small
districts to employ a lobbyist
during future legislative ses-
sions. The board directed the
Superintendent to pursue this
idea with other small districts
in the state.
There 'being no further
business, the meeting ad-
'journed.










THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, DEC 16, 1982 PAGE THIRTEEN


"The Great Tide", Story of Old St. Joseph, Kept Alive


Rubylea Hall, author of Florida State College for
"The Great Tide" was born in Women in Tallahassee. She
Greenwood, Florida, and was taught in the schools of West


educated at ualhoun County
High School at Blountst6wn,
graduating in 1927. Mrs. Hall
was later graduated from


F'oriaa from 1927 to 1933. er
first school was at Alliamce
(when she was 17) and later
she taught at Campbellton.


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

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





Dr. William C. Thomas
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN

Announces the Relocation
of His Offices to: :

324 Reid Avenue

Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Phone 904/229-8873

OFFICE HOURS: TUES. &THURS. 10-5:30,
SATURDAY, 10-1'

and,.

2809 W. 11th Street
Panama City, FL 32401

Phone 904/785-709

OFFICE HOURS: MON., WED., FRI. 9-5:30


24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE
9041785-7096

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In 1928 she moved to Port St.
Joe where her former hus-
band, D. C. Palmer, was on
the staff of the high school.
After teaching for seventeen
years, Mrs. Hall accepted the
position of Librarian of Chem-
istry Pharmacy Library at the'
University of Florida at
Gainesville.
Mrs. Hall's husband, Orion
"Mac" Hall, a native of
Marianna and her daughter,
Bettyre, were students at the
University. Her first book,
"The Great Tide", was pub-'
lished by Duell, Sloan and
Pearce, New York, New York
in September 1947 and is now
in its fifth printing and has
sold half a million copies. It
has been translated in braille
and has been. recommended
for the Pulitzer Prize. Mrs.
Hall says movie producers are
still bargaining for the movie
rights to. "The Great Tide"
which estimates) will take
$4,000,000 to produce at this
time.
Mrs. Eunice H. Brinson, the
first Curator of the Constitu-
tion Convention Museum,
served from ,November 11,
i955 to July 30, i973, a period.
of 17 years. The Museum,
visitors were constantly ask-
ing Mrs. Brinson where they
could get a copy of '"The Great
Tide" and because of her love
of this area and its history, she
has spent many hours delving
in its past and uncovering
many unrecorded facts which
consisted of six years or more
on the search of "The Great
Tide".-
In 1957, Mrs. Brinson assist-
ed. Mrs. Hall in getting 'the
fifth edition of "The Great
Tide" reprinted by Duell,
Sloan and Pearce, New York,
New York She sold a large
number of books to Museum
visitors, out of town visitors
and local residents for Mrs.
Hall. ..". '
Eighteen year. later, in
1975, through the efforts of The
St. Joseph Historical society,
Jesse V. Stone, Piesident,
Mrs. Eunice. H. 'Brinson,
Chairman 'of the Publication
Committee and Chairman of
'The Lives of St Joseph" and
3ulf: County History, were
instrumental in getting 3,000
copies o f "The. Great Tide"
printed by The Great Ameri-
can, Publishing .Company,
Chattanooga, Tennessee, for
the sixth edition. Joe Hunter '


(deceased) from Wewahitch-
ka, former Clerk of' Circuit
Court from 1925 to 1948, for
Gulf County, donated seven-
teen pictures to Mrs. Brinson
which were used in the back of
"The Great Tide" and shows
some of the historical places
mentioned in the book.
According to Mrs: Brinson,
there were more requests for
the publication of "The Great
Tide". In September 1979,
Mrs. Brinson along with her
husband, Hubert, agents for
this seventh edition, had ano-
ther 1000 copies reprinted by
The Great American Publish-
ing Company. There were no
changes made in this book
except the changes in the
price for the book.,
As Curator, Mrs. Brinson
was responsible for recording
a list of names and informa-
tion related to each donated
item given to the Constitution
Convention Museum and were
placed in a "Donor Book" and
was prepared by Mrs. Eliza-
beth, K. Ehrbar, Museum
Exhibits Supervisor, Interpre-
tive Exhibits, Tallahassee,
Florida, and was given by her
to the Museum, for display
purposes'..
Coming'to Port St. Joe in.
1938, from Georgia, Mrs
Brinson was 'active, in local
historical groups including the
St, Joseph 'Historical Society-
and the Gulf County Historical
Commission and was instru-
mental,'in having the book
"The Rise and Decline of Old
St. Joseph", by Dr James 0.
Kanauss, reprinted for sale
and distribution at the Muse.
um. She also assisted in
gathering material for the
pamphlet. "The Constitution
Convention Memorial," distri-
buted by the Department's E
and I Bureau
The active historian worked
diligently to secure additional
appropriations for the expand.
sion and remodeling of the
Museum. This project was
completed when the Museum
reopened to the public in
October, 1966, after being
closed six months for the
work, this being the first
addition completed The.sec
ond addition to the Museum
was in 1973 and include a
"facelift"' and installationiot
three new glass display cases
There was also some remodel-
ing of the period room and a
donation'of the original Forb-


HARDWARE

HOUSE


es Purchase Map donated by
the St. Joseph Historical
Society.
Now the third addition is
completed and was opened to
the public in March of 1982. It
is a replica of Constitution
Hall where the first Constitu-
tion was signed. The Conven-,
tion Hall features full size wax
figures of four of the 'Dele-
gates, William P. Duvall,
.Governor, Robert Raymond
Reid, President, Joshua
Knowles, Secretary, and
Thomas Baltzell. Mrs. Brin-
son did a large part of the
historical research prepara-
tory to "the compilation of
short biographies of each
Delegate to the Constitution
Convention. This was the
project of the St. Joseph'
Historical' Society.
While a member of the Guilf
County Historical Commission
she assisted in securing and
erecting the following bronze
markers in Gulf County: St.
Joseph. Cemetery, The .Fort
Place, Crevecbeur, The Ship
Yard 'Cove, and The Con-
federate Salt Works.
Mrs. Brinson has been Com-
mittee Chairman for the St.
Joseph Cemetery from Janu-
ary 1965 to!1981 for a period of
17 years. Mrs.' Brinson feels
that Mr. J: A. Blackwell who is
mentioned in Mr. G. M. West's
book, "Old St. Jo", is the same
man known.as Douglas Black-
well, a character in "The
Great Tide", and is buried in
the Old St. Joseph Cemetery.
The present beautification of
this historic site is due largely
to the efforts and cooperation
of the Port St. Joe Commis-

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I Register each time you.
come into our store for this,
stocking filled with to's, :
games. puzzles,, candy and,
other goodies. You do not
ha\e to be present to win.

Pig gly Wiggy, Port St. Joe and
its employees extend the
warmest holiday wishes for
vou and your family this
Christmas season


FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTING


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sioners. This is also a continu-
ing project of The St. Joseph
Historical Society.
The St. Joseph Historical
Society has a selection of
artifacts, pictures, books, in
particular photographs of
some of the signers of the first
State Constitution and Con-
vention delegates now on
display in a glass case at the
Gulf County Corine Gibson
Library in Port St. Joe., ,
Copies of "The Great Tide".
are on sale at the following .,
places: Pauline' Restaurant,
St. Joseph Bay Flowers and
Gifts, Country Class Restaur-
ant, Ready Arts and Crafts,
Campbell's Drug Store, I
Campbell's Annex, McNeill's
Grocery at Indian Pass, The
Star, Duren's Gift Shop at St.
Joe Beach,'and Mexico Beach
Grocery. The book would
make an' excellent Christmas
gift. '


FO AE World's Largest

1975 22' center console
Apollo Sports, Fisherman
boat; 1977 115 h.p. Mercury "" i l1
'outboard motor with power
trim; 1977 Tandem axle rj l W A
trailer. Call 229-6787:


to be given away


The V.F.W. Post 10069, John
C. Gainous holds its meeting
every second Tuesday and the
fourth Thursday at Motel St.
Joeat7:30p.m. tfcll-4
The Board of Commis-
sioners of the' Highland View
Water Department will have
its monthly meeting the first
Tuesday of each month at 7
p m. at the Water Plant
:, tfc 1-4

The 'Disabled Americn-
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
each month'at 7:30 p.m. at St
Joe Motel. -tfc 6-4
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W: meets the secondd
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month h a07:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge
There will be a regular corn-
munication of Port St. Joe
l.ode No 111, F &A.M Every
first and third Thursday at
8 00o p.m.
B. F. NUNNERY. W.M
J P Coole.. Sec
C(hritian saleimarn. .ll 6'.
blond, blur. li0 lb- I.ONE-
SI.Y. wouldd like tI. meet Chris-
tiar %n,-oren f,,r fellowship &
datw Photr. & referrnccs ex-
chano',i.d. Repl Box 8t9.1
M.bble. A\I .:":Gi'O8 21p 12-9


City Office

Sen- es 1,681
Bill.Gunter, State 'Insurance
Commissioner, has announced
that 1681 people contacted the
Panama 'City Service Office
during the month of Novem-
ber.
The Service Office assisted
in the recovery of '$127,126.00
which was returned to .policy
holders -
Citizens aith questions and
complaints about insurance
can recetie assistance b\
calling 904-763-4601 in Panama
City The Office is located at
231 East 4th Street and
provides service for Bay,
Gulf. Franklin and Walton
Counties
Additionally. a representa-
tlive of Commissioner Gunter's
staff Lisits Walton, Gulf and
- franklin Counties every
month A schedule of the
Representative can be obtain-
ed Irom the County Judge's
Office in these respective
counties











PAGE FOURTEEN THE STAR. Port St. Joe, FIn. THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1982


House for Sale: 4 bdrm., liv.
rm.;kitchen, 225 5th St., High-
land View. Call 229-6940 after 5
p.m Ultp 12-16
2 Bedroom frame house, in
exceL condition. 1404 Long
Ave. Phone 229-8355. tfc 12-2
3 bedroom house for sale,
212 ba., din. rm., liv. rm. & a
good size kitchen with plenty
of cabinet space. Located at
Ward: Ridge on Barbara Dr.
Phone 229-8090 after 5:00 p.m.
tfc 11-25
'75415' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15

2 bdrm., 1 ba., liv. rm., din.
rm., den & kitchen on 2"2 lots,
213 lfth, St., Port St. Joe.
d27,50t.00,. owner financing.
Phon0 1i/900-244-5695. For
showing call 229-8821. tfc 10-21
Mejico Beach Duplex, 1
year old. Each apartment has
2 bd!7n., ba., kitchen, dr-lr
combo, carpet, a/c. Lg. lot
within walking distance of
Gulf.:Priced to sell at $44,500.
Call 648-5070 or 648-5621.
fe 10-21? I
Business lot, west corner of
Highway 71 and Reid Ave.,
Port St. Joe. Call 229-8771.
tfc 12-9


Two bedroom block house in
Wewa. Call 6484311 after 7:30
p.m. 8tpll-4


SALE OR TRADE
Newly remodeled, 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. 2'2
bdrm., 1 ba., cen. h/a. kit-
chen, breakfast rm.. din.
rm., liv. rm., utilit. rm.
Fenced in back yard. nice
neighborhood. Phone
227-1731. tfc 7-22

.,





WANTED
Outboard Motor Parts
Paying cash for inboard or
outboard motors, running
or not. Call Sportsman's
Lodge 670-8423. Ask for
Bob. If you need a motor,
give me a call. Have some
newly rebuilt motors, like
new. 4tp 12-9


For Sale by Owner 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
Call 9041968-5464, Pensacola 1.- 9 3


3 bdrm 1 ba masonry name with carport on Ig loi in
good neighborhood $33.500 00
3 baim.. 1 ba Irame dwelling al 110 Duval SI.. Oak
Gr,ve Only $8,000 00
1 acre inland iracls 3 miles lrcm ciy $4.995 10, down
Owner linanc.ng
F0R RENT 2 bdrm unlurnished house al St. Joe Beach
$125 00 per mo

: HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY


221 Reid Ave.
Roy Siimh. Assoc.iaie


UI


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227-1133 Port St. Joe
Jconr Clennev. Associate


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 1Marianna i. 4tc 11-25
Available soon: Commer-
cial building on Reid Ave. For
more information clal 229-6374
after p.m. tfc 11-4
SKI BREEZE
Camping, mobile home, 2
bdrm. apt. and campers for
rent, day, week or month. On
the gulf, bach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Res. 229-6105.
* Rpoms'^f6r Rent: by day,
week, month. 'Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7-1
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105. 219 Reid Ave.

No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine.. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.




Want to Buy: 20 or 16 gauge
pump or double barrel
shotgun in good condition. Call
229-8997 or 229-6343 after 6:00.
Wanted: Someone to share
expenses on house. Cost: $60
per month plus half of utilities.
Washer, dryer, private
:bedroom. See, Sonny at
Saveway.

^ kVmisc.
FOR S~ALE


1965 Capella house trailer, 2
bdrm., 1 ba. $2,900. Can be
seen at 115 4th St., Highland
View. Call 1-205-983-4806.
JEANS & THINGS
Mexico Beach Mini-Mall
Calvin Klein ,, .. $29.95
Jordache ... $30.95
Hrs. 9-6, Mon.-Friday
Sat., 9-5,Sunday 1-5
Call 648-8275
ltp 12-16


ERA PARKER REALTY
Highway 98 & 31st Street
Mexico Beach, Florida
648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073 FL(OUTSIDE
648-57770or 1-800-874-5073 FLORDA


MEXICO BEACH. Guli view Townnouses
Elegant 2 bdrm 2'2 ba Units leaiuring
cen h pumps & a/c G E appliances Euro.-
pean slyle cabineirv wall 0o wall carpel
Privale upper S lower aecks and much
more. Owner financing 42nd Si


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



* ETAPPO LOTS
* BEACHSIDE LOTS & HOUSES'


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


MEXICO BEACH. Enen.,' ei tl-,eni
beachside quadraplex. 3 bdrm.. 2 ba. each
unit. Cen. h&a/c. new carpet. brick con-
struclion '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


Mobile home, 1972 Flam-
ingo, 3 bdrm., 1t ba. 'Call
648-5106. 3tc 12-16
Kimball electric organ,
good cond., cabinet solid
cherry wood, $350. Call
229-8019. 2tc 12-18
Lear Camper shell for long
wheel base pickup:. 1 yr. old,
like new, $200. Call 648-555
after 4 p.m. 2tp 12-16
12 string Ovation guitar,
new condition. Reasons, for
selling, strictly preferential,
Fame guitar w/built-in
pickup, in hard shell case,
good cond. Elkhart clarinet,
needs work, $50. Call 639-2243
or 639-5650. : tfc 12-16
5 piece 'French Provencial
style bedroom suite, king size
bed, custom made tufted
headboard with matching
bedspread. Call 22948641.
:ltp 12-16
Shrimp boat, 42' fiberglass,
double rig, V-8. cat power.
$60,000. For information call
926-5205 or 877-3065 Friday,
Saturday and Sunday. 2tc 12-9
1981 14'x56' mobile home on
rented lot, 2 bdrm.,.cen. h&a.
Take over payments.. Call
v229-6604. tfc 12-2.
SMobile Home- 12x55' in good
condition, partially furnished.
$3,000 firm. Call 229-8708 or
227-1327. tfc8-12

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


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


Angus 35 mm camera
with flash attach. $25:
Polaroid land camera $25;
Square Shooter camera
$20; Kodak color burst ins-
tant camera w 2 films this
is new) $40; crockpot $5;
elec. can opener $5; pocket
fisherman $20: Feathero'ck
broiler for steak & burgers
$25; 2 men's car coats size
44, $12.50'ea.; Marlin semi-
auto rifle, like new '$60,
Kerosene heater, like new,
$35. Call 648-8308.



GARGEALE


-Garage Sale:, 2006 Monu-
ment Ave.; 4 families, Sat.,
Dec. 18, 8:00 till. Clothes, furn-
iture, toys, misc: items.
Yard Sale: 509 10th' St.,,
Saturday, 9:00 till ?. A lot of
everything.
Garage Sale: Friday & Sat-
Surday, 8 till., .Baby clothes,
walker & swing, ladies'
clothes, men's clothes, house-
hold. goods. '406 2nd St.,
-Highland View.
Yard Sale: 107 Hunter Cir-
cle, Dec. 18. Many items
suitable for gifts. 8:00 a.m. to
.2:00 p.m.
* Garage Salei Toys, games,
clothes, etc. at 1609 Palm
Blvd., beginning. Sat., Dec.
18th, at 8:00 a.m.
Moving Sale: Friday and
Saturday, corner Bay and
Alabama, St. Joe Beach.
Tools, clothes and some fur-
niture.
Porch Sale: 225 5th St.,
Highland View, Saturday, 8:306
until 4:00.




LOST: Dark red change
purse with wooden closing.
Contained two keys. Reward.
Contact Frenchie Ramsey at.
The Star. .

"A bore is a person who talks
when you wish him to listen.!'
Ambrose Bierc'd


Carriers wanted for the
Panama City NewsHerald,
routes in North Port St. Joe
and St. Joe area. Call Mr. Cox
at.229-8019. 2tc 12-16
Rate clerk traffic exper-
ience desired. Send resume to
Traffic Dept., Apalachicola
Northern,Railroad, P. 0. Box
250, Port St. Joe, FL 32456. The
ANRR is an equal opportunity
employer. Itc 12-16
The Town of Mexico Beach
is accepting applications for a
heavy equipment operator. In-
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
pri., Dec. 17. at the Town
Hall, 14th St.
The Town nf 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.





74 Dodge power wagon, 4
wheel drive, new rebuilt
motqr, new front drive shaft,
new universals, $2,750 or best
offer. Can be seen at Santa An-
na & Georgia Ave., St. Joe
Beach, or call 648-5974. Also
have 20 gal. electric water.
heater, good cond., $50 or best
offer. tfc 12-16
79 Jeep JC5, excellent cond.,
mileage 41.000, uses unleaded,
or reg. gas, cassette stereo
Priced right. Call 639-2460,
Wewa. 3tp 12-16
Fiat X-19 1974 convertible
classic, brown with gold pin
'stripe, good cond., 30 mpg.
Call 648-5126. 2tc 12-9
One 1967 White tractor,
wrecked, good engine, Cumnm-.
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
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 12-9
1982 Escort for sale. $6009
down, take ovei paiiynents
For more. information call
229-87811. : t 1-1
1978 Mustang Cobra,, p.s.,
p.b., a.c., in.-excellent condi-
tion. Call 648-5684. tfc11-25


HOUSECLEANING
Ladies, I will do immaculate
job on your home. Get your
home cleaned for the holidays.
For more information call'
648-5291. 3tc 12-16
I will do your Christmas
'baking for you.' I also have
shelled 'pecans at $2.50 per lb..
for sale. Call Mrs. Lollie, it
229-8079. 2tc 12-16
YARD SERVICES
Moving 0 Hedge Trimming
Raking Roof Cleaning
For more information contact
John Lane at 229-6969. Call
:,anytime. tfc 12-16

ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day
NEED A BABYSITTER,
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.?
Why not try a boy this time?
JIM BROWN, Age 17
Experienced, great with kids.
Will sit kids from age 3 to age
12. Call anytime, 227-1484.'
Rate: $1.50 a hour. 3tc 12-9
BLALOCK CONSTRUCTION
CO.-
Painting: interior & exterior
25 yrs. experience
References
Low Winter Rates
Call 229-8924
3tp 12-9


I SERVCESm7:


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
*Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F. S
9:00-12:00 Wed.:
tfc 1-21
LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
Carpet Upholstery
Autos'
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 2294-447
tfc 11-4

AVON To Buy.or Sell
Call Mrs. L. Z. Henderson
Group Sales Leader "
227-1281
tfc 12-2


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



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!









Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151.

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tfc 4-16
Call Lou's Construction for
fast, reliable and reasonable
work remodeling and build-
ing. Will furnish references.
Free estimates. Call 648-5974.
4tp 12-9
SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry


tfe 4-29


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


SAVE
-A bookkeeper can save-you
Income Tax Dollars when
your bookkeeper is an ex-
perienced Tax Return Pre-.
parer.,
S* *
Monthly. fee includes ALL
required tax forms.
*. *
My work will stand upi
under C.PA. audit.


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


: NOW OPEN ,

ANN'S PLACE of
CAKES, CRAFTS, FRAMES, PAINTINGS
& ART SUPPLIES
Magellan Street St. Joe Beach 0 Phone 648-5258
tfc 11-11




The Sewing Room
410"A Reid Avenue O
9(^'1 P ort St. Joe, Florida o'O

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"




TAFLINGER PAINTING
S(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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0'
.50


Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.,
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720
CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols-
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235


Walls, "oodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard.
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hourss.


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


Church Supplies

Music-Records -Tapes
Rubber Stamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Gifts-Bibles
Sound Studio Recording
Service
7-0AKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES-

115 Hunter St., Oak Grove
Port St. Joe, Fla.
227"-325




ST. JOE CUSTOM

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--Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P. O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Stfc T-2-L


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of.


Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


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kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


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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 GIFT ITEMS
INCLUDING SHELL PRINTS, NOTE CARDS.
FINEARTSAND DOLLARS &
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS IN WATERCOLORS & PASTELS

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


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