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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: January 6, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 20


Industry -Deep Water Port-Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1983


204 Per Copy


All Port St.Joe's Industry Operating



Basic Going Back to Work After Six Months of Slow Activity


During the last year of 1982, an area daily down for the Christmas holidays. Many of their
newspaper came out. with a story revealing that employees were drawing unemployment compen-
Gulf County had an unemployment rate of nearly station which caused the county unemployment
17 percent, based on figures released by the rate to soar.
unemployment office of Panama City, which Last week, both St. Joe Paper Company and
serves this area. Sylvachem resumed operations after being down
After the end of this week, that figure should for a period of time in December. St. Joe Paper
*,look considerably better, as all three heavy shutdown themiddle of the month for the holidays.
industrial plants here in Port St. Joe have either pnd Sylvachem had shut down the first week end
already started full operations again, or will start in the month for an announced month-long
,next week. shut-down which didn't last that long. .
The dreary unemployment figures came, of BASIC HAS HAD PROBLEMS.
Course, because all the heavy industry was shut The main fly in the full employment ointment
All three of Port St. Joe's heavy industrial plans will be operating by
Monday of next week. Basic starts full production after six months of
- severe cutbacks. --Star photo


here in Port St. Joe has been Basic, Inc., which has
been mostly down for the past six months with a
large segment of its employee force furloughed for
an indefinite time.
This week, Bo Boyette, manager of the firm,
said his plant is recalling all employees to report
to work on Monday morning of next week. "We're
going to start up with a full operation", Boyette
said.
Basic, which manufactures, a product used
primarily in fire brick used to line blast furnaces
inrsteel mills, has been in the heavy doldrums just
like the steel industry has been.


Boyette said the firm. had 90 employees back
in June, when it started cutting back on its
operations. "We got down to only 19 employees at
one time", Boyette said. "We hop that doesn't
happen again".
During the past six months, the.lpcal plant has
averaged 30 to 40 employees at work. By
November the number was down to 19 and in
December, the plant started to recall their
.employees. "We're calling back 80 to report for
work on Monday", Boyette said.
PRODUCTION DOWN
During the past six months, the plant has


operated only one of five kilns used to make their
periclase product. At one time in November, there
were no kilns operating. "We're going to fire up all
five of our kilns on Monday", Boyette said. "We're
going for full production. I don't know how long it
will last, but we're hopeful it will continue for the
,remainder of the year. It will all depend on the
how the economic situation in the nation gets
along". n gets'

The economic situation with Basic employees
has been tough during the past six months.
Hopefully it will improve in the next 12 months.


City Objects to EPA's




WWP Plant Limits


Asks for Same Emission Levels As Others


After being on the receiving
end of demands and objections
from Environmental Protec-
tion Agency and Department
of Environmental Regulation
ever since its Wastewater
Treatment Plant started op-.
eration, the City Commission
decided "enough was
enough" this week and decid-
ed to do some objecting and
* demanding on its own.
The City's second five year
. permit from EPA is up for
,re-newal this month and EPA
-'waits to re-new it. with' the
same limitations which have
given the plant troubles ever
since it opened some eight
years ago.
In' a 'letter to John T.
Marlar, Chief Facilities Per-
formance Branch of .EPA,
Mayor Frank. Pate officially
expressed the decision of the
Commission when he signed a
letter stating the permit limi-
tations "are not, justified".

In the-meantime, the City
agreed Tuesday evening to
send out bids on January 15
to get prices on the remov-
al of accumulated sludge in
the 70-acre settling pond at
the plant, in an effort to
reduce the suspended sol-
ids emission from the
plant.
The dredging project
would take some six to nine.
months to complete at a
cost of nearly $1 million.-
The sludge will be pumped
under the Gulf County
canal to a field where it will
be spread out for drying
and plowing under.

The Commission has felt the
lirhitations are too stringent


for some time, now, ever since
they learned about four or five
years ago that other similar
plants have less restrictive
limitations than the Port St.
Joe plant has. As a matter of
fact, plant manager Bob Si-
mon says, "If we had their set
of limitations, we would be in
compliance every day, even
now with our lagoon in need of
removal of settled solids".


Board I

The Gulf County School
Board called a halt, Tuesday,
to trying to get prime contrac-
tor, Kolmetz Construction
Company, to complete its
punch list on the new Wewa-

Port Authority

Changes Meeting
The, Port St. Joe Port
Authority has cancelled their
regular meeting of January 10
and re-scheduled it for Mon-
day, January 24,; according to'
chairman, George Tapper.
. The January 10 meeting was.
re-scheduled because the
prime engineer for the port
design project has said the
plans would not be complete in
time for the January 10
meeting. The engineers, PRC
Harris, will have the plans for
the port for presentation to the
Port Authority on January 24.
The meeting will be held at the
fire station at 5:00 p.m.


As it is, the local plant' has
operated under a temporary
state permit ever since it first
cranked up because it has so
much trouble meeting state.
limitations. The EPA permit,
(federal agency) is a five year
permit, but still contains the
effluent limitations set by the
state..
WHY THE TOUGH LIMITS?
The City wanted to know,


recently, why their limitations
were so confining while other
plants with almost identical
loading had must less re-
straining limitations. When
the City hired the engineering
firm of Jones and Edmunds
this year to design .several
changes to the plant required
by DER to come within their
set limitations of effluent, one
(Continued On Page 3)


ERef uses Payment

hitchka Elementary School. plaster, and finishing of a few
In action at a regular board areas around entry ways.
meeting Tuesday, the mpem- "We know the problems'
bers agreed to deny payment. aren't serious", Wilder said,
of $10,000 still owed Kolmetz "But we paid to have the
because of the problems his building operating right, and
firm has not yet taken care of. we expect that."
The School Board has been Wilder says he feels the
using the new building since' Board's refusal to 'pay the
the Thanksgiving holidays al- remaining $10,000 will either
lowed a few days off from get the problems taken care of
school to move in. or the Board will take care of
According to Superinten- them with their own mainten-
dent Walter Wilder, the prob- ance forces and be. $10,000
lems left by Kolmetz aren't richer.
serious ones. "He could have Their contract with Kolmetz
come cleaned them up for just allows retention of funds until
a few dollars, but he has failed the project is completed to the
to do so", Wilder said. "We satisfaction of the Board.
have been advised by our' In another'matter,: veteran
architects that we can correct school teacher Jacque Price
the problems ourselves for announced that she would be
less than $1,000, which shows retiring on June 30 of this
you just how minor the year, after the current school
problems are," he continued. year is over.
Wilder said the problems Mrs. Price has been with the
include such items.as a major Gulf County school system for
appliance in the kitchen which 30 'years and is currently
won't operate, some leaking assistant principal at the Port
down outside walls, ruining St. Joe High School.


'1-.
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DOT Coming Here

Port St. Joe's problem tra- this morning from a DOT few years. The DOT. has tol
fie light, Which has drawn representative from their the City to take the light dowi
such rapt attention from the Chipley office. replace it with a more sophis
Florida Department of Trans- The traffic light has been a ticated light and make several
portation, is the subject'of a frequent center of attention expensive improvements a
- planned visit to Port St. Joe from the DOT over the past various times over the years



FPeninsula Property Is


On State's Shopping List


A portion of St. Joseph Peninsula is one of
several coastal tracts of land being consider-.
ed for purchase by the State of Florida; in its
"Save Our Coasts" program.
One of 'four tracts of coastal property in
north Florida, the Peninsula property is
presently nuniber eight on: the list of some 25
possible purchases. The information sheet
which released this "information Tuesday
didn't specify what property on the Peninsula
was being considered, nor. did it specify how
much property was under study by the State
Cabinet for purchase.
This does not mean the Peninsula property
will -be purchased, nor even survive the cut
when selections for definite purchase' are
made. Those 25 pieces of property currently
on the list, will be, considered by the State
Cabinet in its regular meeting on Tuesday;


January 11, to sort out the definites from the
.probables.
One of the biggest controversies in the land
purchases is whether or not to go after
expensive south Florida lands and spend al1
the available $200 million on a little bit 'o
land, or go after the larger parcels available
at a lesser price in north Florida, where
quantities of acres can be obtained with the
same money. If the emphasis is placed on the
south Florida property, there is a good
possilibity the St. 'Joseph Peninsula won't
even survive the cut by the cabinet even
though it is number eight on the list.
Other coastal lands of interest to the state in
northwest Florida include; Shell Island in
Bay County (number 9 on the list); Grayton
Beach, in Walton County (6); and Dog Island
in Franklin County, (12).


Today.

d all aip=ed, apparently, at
n, discouraging the, City from
s- having the light in operation at
al the corner of Secoid Street
it and Monument Avenue
s, Recently, the DOT outlined
a list of improvements' they
wanted the City to make to the
light, at a price tag of
approximately $7,000, which
the City has ignored,
In an earlier interview,
Mayor Frank Pate told an
area newspaper, "We have
the light in operation so people
can walk across the highway
e to the postoffice with some
amount of safety".
When Pate announced to the
City Commission Tuesday
1 night that DOT had been in
f 'touch with him asking for a
5 meeting, Commissioner
' James Roberts quipped,
"Maybe when they get here,
we can tell them, face to face,
to direct their attention to the
Rough railroad crossings on
t Highway 98 where they can do
some good."
Mayor Pate said the repre-
sentative will be here today to
meet with the Commission at
11:00 a.m.
In' all likelihood, the DOT


In Showdown Over Light


man is going to insist, again,
that the City remove the light ;_._.,
which has been in operation
ever since the post office was
built at its present site nearly
30' years ago. DOT keeps
pointing out that the traffic
count on the street at this point
is not enough to warrant
installation of a traffic control
signal.
The Commission keeps in-
sisting right back, that the
light is necessary for the
safety of pedestrians who
cross 'the street at this point
many times a day. In effect,
the light is in position and in
operation primarily for the
pedestrians and not for the
convenience of vehicular traf-
fic, which is a bother to DOT.
With DOT expected to con-
tinue their insistence that the
light be removed or either
up-graded to specifications set
out by DOT, the City is
expected to be just as ada-
mant that the light remain in
its present operation, blinking
out its signal during the day
and being shut down by City
police as the day draws to an
end. The light is usually
turned off in the afternoon A po
when the post office closes, the futui


IA


*ssible showdown could happen over
re of this signal light which has been


much in the news lately. The light is located
at Second Street and Monument Avenue.


On Wewahitchka School
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Editoria


Is


and Comments


THE STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1983


People of Gulf Want


-No More of That


With the record the State of
:Florida has here in Gulf County in
"their stewardship of public lands in
.our area, we think they will find
little e support in their announced
plan to possibly purchase even more
Gulf County land.
,The State has announced it will
consider purchase of acreage on St.
$ Joseph Peninsula "to preserve it for
, the public" in their Save Our Coasts
- program. How much land was being
considered for purchase wasn't
K announced. It really doesn't matter,
* we don't think the people of Gulf
SCounty would support any more
7 purchase of land which was of any
use whatever.
SIn years past, the State of
Florida purchased a large parcel of
,E land on the Peninsula for the
E purpose of construction of a state
park. The park was built all right,
and the people can go use it `by
paying a small fee. We don't knock
that. The state has put up some nice
facilities at the park and those who
Suse it should pay some small fee for
S the privilege. When you consider it,
-I the fee probably isn't enough to
- cover expenses of those who use the
- park facilities.
Then, the state purchased many
more acres of land beyond the park
and placed it off limits to people.
Things may have changed re-
cently, but in years past, the number
uf.- peoplee who went on that piece of
p-_kid were limited each day. The way
.-EBy gained access to the land was:


- f af
watch a (
that thing
L beginning
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manner
broken do
a Begin
and Paul
down, he
punt fol
victory o
Then
on Thur!
Cotton, Si
on Satur
interest a
simply be
a legend.:
: TheL
one of the
a Sugar, R
an uncom
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: magic wh


governed so tightly that hardly
anyone took the trouble to go on the
Peninsula. For all practical pur-
poses the Peninsula was inaccess-
ible to even those of us here in Gulf
County.
In years past, the Peninsula was
a favorite spot for adventurers in
four-wheel drive vehicles who want-:
ed a secluded and new place to surf
fish. No more. Put a motorized
vehicle on that land now and you're
breaking state law.
It's ours to use, but don't you
dare get on it unless you meet
certain criteria, which many people
can't meet.
Then the state purchased the&
land along the river, all the while
swearing sportsmen could use the
property as they.had in years past
and enjoy it. What was the first thing
which happened? The 'state told
those people who had leased the land
for years, to clear their camps off
the property, later amending the
deadline to 10 years hence.
Even though the grace period
was given, the order to move was not
lifted..,
People will not be able to use the
river swamp land as they have in the
past, as was promised.
These are only two instances. In
every other instance of state pur-
chase, use of the land by the people
of Gulf County has been prohibited
or severely restricted.
We think the people of Gulf
County want no more of that.


No FlashIn the Pan

yellow happened to want to all likelihood, the Liberty Bowl will
football game, he could get _makge.oremoney forjts operators.
g done this past week end,,, .'than-:any other bowl-this season.;-
Wednesday night, if he We think Coach "Bear" Bryant
his time in a prudent could be an object lesson to all of us
and his TV set wasn't even to those who do not
own.' particularly like football. The man
ning with the Liberty Bowl disciplined himself for many years
"Bear" Bryant's last first into becoming the very best.
decided to back up and The teams weren't picked for
lowing the Tides 21-15 their great individuals. 'Hardly any
ver Illinois. of Bryant's teams had a na-
there was the Gator Bowl tional "name" to hang its won-loss
sday night, :the. Orange, record On. The "Bear" just stretch-
ugar, Rose and Sun Bowls ed forth his hand and caused a group
day. All of these paled in of young men to play like they had
alongside the Liberty Bowl, never played before. As a group,
because of the retirement of plus Bryant's magic, they became a
great team each and every year.
Liberty Bowl might not be The record of Bryant shows he
major bowls, compared to was no flash in the pan. At 325 wins,'
Rose, Cotton, etc., but when 85 losses and one tie, it had to be the
amon man is making his magic of the life an uncommon man
id, there is that certain instilled in his charges which got the
which draws the interest. In job done.


This Young Fellow Knew How to Get the Best of A Christmas Vacation


A MAN'S WORLD



The Golf Fairy

: I/ BY' SJ. D PHANTRY
i-~~~ fly ** '


Golf is a game that takes
years of practice before one
can become proficient at it. It
is a time consuming game, to
say the least, but a person that
doesn't practice will never
enjoy the benefit of being a
winner. It is unfortunate, but,
there are those who will never
excel at golf no matter how
much they practice. That is,
unless a miracle occurs. ,
The following example is a
case in point. This is the story
of'a man who loved the game
of golf but could never seem to
,become even reasonably good
at it. It seemed that the more
he practiced and the more he
played, the worse his score
was. He took lessons and
practiced more but when he
hit the'"links" it seemed his
game fell apart.
Although he started playing


relatively late in life (at about
.age thirty), he was an instant
addict and played often. Like
most golfers, he. had his
"group" he played regularly
with and they would play, on.
the average, three times a
week. More 'often than not,
however, he would play or
practice two more times dur-
ing the week because he
wanted, more than anything,
-to be known as a "good
golfer."
For years he played and
practiced and practiced and
played but he never won. He
took lessons and practiced
more but the results were the
same. He could not get his
handicap below a twenty-one
and it was extremely frustrat-
ing. It was also embarrassing
because the group he played
with had an average handicap
of about twelve.


One day while he was
playing and having one of his
most frustrating rounds, he
happened to hit a drive that
hooked into an extremely
dense thicket of pine trees and
high foliage. When he found
his ball he was not surprised to
find that he had an unplayable
lie. He would have to take a
penalty stroke, drop his ball
and hope he could get through
the trees and brush.
It was at this point in his golf
career that he seriously consi-
dered, for the first time,
giving up the game. As he
reached down to pick up his
ball, a little man, about six
inches tall, suddenly materi-
alized and perched on his right
shoulder. It was the "Golf
Fairy!"
"Having trouble?" the Golf
Fairy asked.
"Why, ya-ya-a, yes, I am!"


was his startled reply.
"Would you like to play good
golf?" the Golf Fairy asked,
"I mean real good golf?"
"Yes, I would," he answer-
ed, "more than anything, I
want to be able to play good
golf."
-"Well,, I can .help you, play.
.goodigolf," the Fairy continu-
ed, "but you must sacrifice!
something in return for my
helping you."
"Anything," he quickly
agreed, "I'll sacrifice any-
thing to be able to play good
golf!"
"All right," the Golf Fairy
continued, "your sacrifice will
be related to your sex life. Are
you agreeable to that?"'
"Yes," he quickly agreed,'
"if that's what it takes, it's
O.K. with me."
From that day on his golf
game was like coasting down-
hill on a ten-speed. He could do'
no wrong. His handicap soon
dropped to eighteen, then to
fourteen and soon he had
surpassed the members of his
group and was playing at a
very respectable handicap of
four. In less than a year he had
won the club championship.
He was seriously considering


.trying out for the P.G.A. tour.
It was at about this time that
the "Golf Fairy" made his
next appearance. He had just
finished a spectacular round
and was riding home when the
"Golf Fairy" suddenly ap-
peared on the dash of his car.
"How is your golf game
going?" the Fairy asked.
"Great!" was his enthusias-
tic reply.-7
"I have done my part," the
Fairy continued, "do you
remember the rest of the
agreement?"
"Yes, I remember," he
replied, showing no emotion.
"Well," the Golf Fairy said,
with a smile on his little face,
"tell me, how has your sex life
been, say, for the last six
months?"
"Not that great," he an-
swered, "but considering I'm
a Catholic Priest in a small,
Protestant town, it hasn't been
that bad either!"
Some people are just born
lucky.....


Keep unpopped corn. in the
freezer. It stays fresh and
makes the best.popcorn ever.


As We Go

THURSDAY, JANUARY 6,, 1983-
l:How about that? The first time out, I
wrote it 1983 and not 1982.
There's no end to what you can do if
Syou concentrate, is there?
I. HOW MANY OF. YOU reading this
Spice today, ever expected you would
live-to see the year 1983? How many of
_ you ever expected the year 1983 to even
get here, way back when you were a
dZhild?'
Now that it's here, how many of you
made a resolution or two? How many of
them are you still keeping, even though.
the year is only six days old?
I J decided not to make a New Year's
resolutionn this year. Every year that
rolls around I make New Year
resolutions. I think and plan and add to
Sn eliminate from the list as it grows
from day to day. By .the time the new
:year gets here, I have an impressive
list of resolutions- which would make a
Sbtter person out of me if I could keep
them. -
..The big problem with New Year
resolutions is that if we could keep the
; resolutions we would never have to


Tipping Off Into 1983, We Should Prepare for Good Things


make them in the first place. Most New
Year resolutions come from something
in our life which we want changed but
which we have never had the strength
to change on our own. So, we make a


There won't be any elections in
1983:, except for the City of Port St. Joe
municipal, election, which usually pas-
ses by pretty tamely. There will be none
of. that name-calling, house-to-house,


worth looking at sometime this year.
Election years are good for those of
us in the advertising business, but even
those who make money from elections
need a respite from them every other


A e pic of l su


Almost every piece of land south of
the County Club area is either sold or
for sale. There are subdivisions spring-
ing up everywhere. I counted at least
three new ones being put in south of
Dead Man's Curve the other day when I
took a trip down to the Indian Lagoon
area to take a few pictures.
In the other direction, west, proper-
ty is beginning to move in the Gulf Aire
,and Mexico Beach areas. The real
estate people in that area are getting
itchy for the spring to come and they
can get into a gallop again, after
walking along at a slow gait ever since'
the interest rate hit the 20's this past
year.
Industrially, Basic, Sylvachem and
the paper company are all bullish on
the future of the new year here in Gulf
County. All of them see a future of
increased activity for their concerns.
From what I have learned in the
last few days, the Material Transfer
operation could conceivably become a
gigantic operation; even as early as
this coming year.
With the cranking up of Seminole


Electric in Palatka, it will mean at
least a trainload of coal a day going out
of here. That means men working on
the railroad, as well as MTI. On top of
that at least three large cities of central
and north Florida are looking at the
possibility of switching their power
plants to coal and using the if cility here
to import it from the coal fields and ship
it by rail to their plants.
That would step up the coal
'transportation through here consider-
ably.
All of this is speculation and may
never come to be. But we all have to be
alerted to what might be and possibly
could be and get ourselves ready to
meet the future.
I DON'T REALLY KNOW what
1983 has in store for us, but I do know
that by the time the year ends, things
will have changed. Whether we plan to
act or react, we need to get prepared to
do one or the other.
One wish I have for you for 1983 is
simple: may the best you have had this
year, be the worst you have to
experience in 1983.


resolution at the beginning of the new
year that you want to happen in your
life arid never has in the past. So, a
resolution is born and in just a few days
it is broken.
+L +++
AS WE GO TIPPING off into a new
year, I'm expectant that some good
things are going to come out of 1983. I
know it's an odd year, but sometimes
odd things turn (out all right.


choosing up sides kind of election.
There will be no Democrat and
Republican battle. We will all be able to
come home after a hard day and turn on
the TV and expect to see something
entertaining. There will be no political
candidates grinning at us and trying to
tell all of us what a good guy he is.
You can do this, that is, if TV
happens to come up with something


year.

IN 1983 WE SHOULD all be able to
see some progress in several areas in
and around Port St. Joe and throughout
Gulf County.
Things are getting active in the real
estate business again, particularly
down in the Indian Pass and Money
Bayou areas.


Tales told by wandering minstrels of the Middle Ages
were called "romances" because they were told in one
of the romance languages.


v". --W


ETAOIN SHRDLU

L By: Wesley R. Ramsey.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1983 PAGE THREE


OBITUARI ES:____ ._


Francis M.
Porter
Francis M. Porter, 67, pas-
sed away suddenly Monday,
January 3, at his home. He
was a veteran of WW II, and a
lifelong resident of Gulf
County.
Survivors include: one
brother, J. B. Porter of
Blountstown; five daughters,
Ressie Lee of Port St. Joe,
Betty Strange of Panama
City, Mary Ruger of Wiscon-
sin, Essie Etheridge of Wewa-
hitchka, and Minnie Lynn of
Port St. Joe.
Funeral services were in-
complete at press, time. All
arrangements were under the
direction of Comforter Funer-
al Home.

Idella Holmes
Bennett
Idella' Holmes Bennett, 73,
passed away. suddenly Wed-
nesday, December 29, at her
home.
She is survived by: her son,
Clarence Graham of Tuskee-
gee, Alabama; her step-fath-
er, E. G. Mitchell of Tallahas-
see; arid her niece, Geneva
Thompson of Thomasville,
Georgia.
Funeral services were held
Sunday at4:00EST at theZion
Fair Baptist Church with the
Rev. Alonzo Moore officiating.
Interment followed at the
Forest Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funer-
al Home.


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Bernice Benton Tillman, 68, children.
a long time resident of Gulf Funera
County, passed away Monday, Wednesd
January 3, in Wewahitchka at the Fi
following an extended illness. Church i
She was a member of the First Rev. Ri
United Methodist Church of Rev. Jin
Wewahitchka. ing. Inter
Survivors include; five family p1
daughters, Gwen Exley of Allarr
Ponce de Leon, Mary Kate der the d
Ingle of Simpsonville, S. C.; derale
LaRue Huddleston of.Wewa- Branch
hitchka, Mildred Musselwhite
of Carrollton, Ga., and Sharon
Bernice Tillman Gaskin of''
Wewahitchka; three brothers, -
Les Alderman of Live Oak, e
Hardy B. Alderman of Phila-
delphia, and Cecil Alderman Mrs.
of Brooksville; and 11 grand- 6, of 506


Laura Suzanne Mr
hig
Newberry mo
Laura Suzanne Newberry, thi
the infant daughter of Mr. and S
Mrs. Lang Newberry, passed bat
away Tuesday, December 28, Pot
iri a Panama City hospital. Ku
Besides her parents, survi- Wil
vors include: two brothers, vill
Jeff and Joe of Port St. Joe; ers
and maternal grandparents, Ne'
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hicks of Del
Iron City, Ga.. Ka:
Funeral services and inter- Der
ment.were heldin Donaldson- Tu(
ville, Georgia. EU
Local arrangements were sas
under the direction of Com-, A
forter Funeral Home. at,
fan
bod
Tercie Holland the
bur
Causey A
Tercie Holland Causey, 68, Gil
passed away Sunday, January *,
2, in a Port St. Joe hospital _3
following a brief illness. She
wasr a lifelong resident of
White City and a member of
the White City Baptist Church. M
She is survived by: her pas
husband, Clarence Causey of cen
White City; her children, Hos
Joyce Isaacks of White City, of
Ben Causey of Burgess Creek, Cht
SFrances Sweet of Orlando, S
- and Billy McDaniel of Geor- er,
gia; one sister, Sallie Mae Mi.
Faircloth of White City; three Leli
brothers, Kage Attaway of ka;
Wewahitchka, George: Atta- Pet
way of White City, and Buford of'
Attaway of Pensacola; .13' F
grandchildren; and one 'great Sur
grandchild. ES'
Funeral services were held ka,
Tuesday, January 4, at 3:00 .,ffi
p.m. at the White City Baptist ed,
Church with the Rev. James
Pate and Rev. Charles Jack- te
son officiating. Interment fol- di
,lowed in Holly Hill Cemetery. al
All arrangements were
under the direction of Com-
forter Funeral Home.'


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

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


day morning, December
at Bay Memorial- Hospital.
s. Kuhlmann was a retired
h school teacher and had
ved here from Missouri
s year.
Survivors include: her hus-
nd, Arnold'H. Kuhlmann of
rt St. Joe; two sons, Arnold
hlmann, Jr. of Atlanta, and
iliam Kuhlmann of Smith-
le, Missouri; four daught-
, Donna Ann Vaughan of
wton, Kansas, Dorothea E.
Igado of Denver, Colorado,
y R. Kuhlmann, also of
never, and Kristin Harrell of
eson, Arizona; one brother,
is Roberts of Roper, Kan-,
; and seven grandchildren.
private visitation was held
the Gilmore Chapel for
iily members only. The
ly was then cremated and
ashes sent to Missouri for,
trial.
ll arrangements were by
more Funeral Home.
ymie Refour

Morgan
lymie Refour Morgan, 74,
sed away Wednesday, De-
iber 29, in Gulf Pines
spital. She was a member
the Macedonia' Baptist
urch of Panama City.
survivors include: her sist-'
Mrs. Classic Peterson of
imi; one sister-in-law, Mrs.
ear Refour of Wewahitch-
one brother-in-law, Mr.
erson of Miami; and a host
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
iday, January 2, at 1:00
T at St. John Free Will
ptist Church.in Wewahitch-
with the Rev. Callaway
iciating. Interment follow-
in the Williamsburg Ceme-
All serviceswere under the
section of Comforter Funer-
Home.

Mrs. Mattie


Bowers
Mrs. Mattie Bowers, 116, of
Port St. Joe passed away
Sunday, January 2, in the Gulf
Coast Convalescent Center.
Survivors include: her sist-
er, Arlene Blakely;and her
neice, Sadie Dawson, both of
Port St. Joe.
Funeral services 'will be
held Thursday at 2:00 p.m.
EST at New Bethel AME
Church with the Rev.! J. W.
Wilson officiating. Interment
will follow, in Forest Hill
Cemetery.
All arrangements are under
the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home.


il services were held
ay at 11:00 A.M. CST
rst United Methodist
n Wewahitchka with.
chard Holmes and
imie Spikes officiat-
rment followed in the
Iot in Jehu Cemetery.
rangements were un-.
irection of Comforter
Home, Wewahitchka
Chapel.

)onna L.
SLuhlman
)onna L. Kuhlmanrn,
6 8th St., passed away


Bernice Benton Tillman


Twelve Cases On County


Court Docket for Monday


City


Objects

(Continued from Page 1)
'of the jobs given the engineers
by-the City Commission was to
find out if there was a
possibility of getting the emis-
sion requirements low ered
Frank Darabi, an engineer
with the Jones and Edmunds
firm has sinte reported that
the local limits were set
because the designing engin-
eer had said the plant could
achieve these emission num-
bers when he was designing it.
Darabi said the .local re-
quirements are not based on
EPA orDER requirements. "'I
think you have a good chance
to get the limitations eased
some", Darabi said.
With the engineering report-
ing good success on a project
to monitor water and bay
bottom qualities, the City
decided Tuesday to oppose its,
limitations and ask for a
relaxing of. their requirements
to meet the standards set for
other plants.
"If you: don't do this now,
you will have to live with these
same restrictions for another
five years i the duration of the
new permit) and maybe from
now on after that."
In closing out his letter to
DER, Mayor Pate stated, "We
hereby request a hearing to
consider a more appropriate
permit limitation for this
facility.",
Only one of two things can
happen. The City can be stuck


with the same discharge limi-
tations as it has had in the
past, or, it could just accom-
plish with a letter and a 20 cent
stamp what several hundreds
of thousands of dollars of
engineering work and millions
in plant changes have failed to
do in the past.


a minimum $250.00 fine, six months
suspension of their drivers' license and
50 hours of community service work
along with mandatory attendance to a
drunken driver course.
Florida law is now. tough on drinking
drivers. If Gulf's defendants have been
up in court on this same charge before,
the sentence could. be much harsher
than this minimum penalty, including


mandatory time in jail.
.In addition to the two'DWI charges,
the County Court has two cases of
unauthorized use of a boat and motor,
and one case each of: disposing of
mortgaged property, battery, posses-
sion of a controlled substance, giving
alcoholic beverages to a minor, care-
less driving, battery, worthless check,
and possession of a controlled' sub-
stance..


Gulf County's County Court will
convene Monday morning at 10:00 a.m.,
with 12 cases on the docket to appear
before County Judge David L. Taunton.
The docket will feature two cases of
driving .while intoxicated to be tried
under Florida's new tough, drunken
driver law. Provided this is a first
offense for both defendants, they face a
mandatory sentence under state law of

College Courses

In Port St. Joe
Registration for all. Gulf
Coast Community College
courses conducted at Port St.
Joe is Thursday, January 6, at
6:30 p.m.
The following classes will be
offered: Monday, MAC 1104,
College Algebra; Tuesday,
CHM 1020, Introductory
Chemistry: Wednesday, ENC
1102, Freshman English II;
Wednesday, PSY 2012, Gener-
al Psychology; and Thursday,
EUH 1001, Western Civiliza-
tion II. j


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AHeart Association Holds


Organizational Meeting
The Gulf County Unit of the man, Stiles Brown, Nadine West Florida chapter of the
American Heart Association Lee, Betty Sue Wright and American Heart Assn., were
West Florida Chapter, held an Barbara Eells. The meeting on hand to assist the newly
organizational meeting Tues- was presided over by chair- formed unit and to provide the
4 ay at noon at the St. Joe -man Ted Cannon. Officers for board members with infor-
SMotel Restaurant. the coming year were elected. mation on the heart facts.
Joanne Dickinson, director The next meeting for the
Serving on the board of of the American Heart Asso- board of directors for the Gulf
directors and attending the ciation for Gulf, Bay and County Unit has been sche-
meeting were: Ted Cannon, Calhoun counties and Jean duled for Friday, January 21
* n.jolan Treglown, Verna Tot- Van Bergen, chairman of the at noon.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla., THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1983


Endangered

SpeciesTopic

for Meeting
The Port St., Joe Garden
Club will meet Thursday,
January i3th at 2 p.m. at the
Garden Center on 8th Street.
Lt. Tom Francis, Interpre-
tive Naturalist, of the State
Department of Natural Re-
sources will speak on a topic of
special concern to Garden
Clubs, "Florida's Endangered
Species."
A moment of silence for
Charter member Mrs. Zola
Maddox will be observed. The,
Saint Joe Garden Club. is
preparing a memorial for
Mrs. Maddox.
Hostesses for this January
13th meeting are Mrs. William
Lyles, Mrs. I. Wexler, and
Mrs. Norman Sulzer. Menm-
bers are invited to bring their'
prettiest bouquet.

NOTE OF THANKS
The Operators of St. Joseph
Telephone and Telegraph
Company wish to express,
sincere appreciation for. the
many kind acts of thoughtful-
ness shown toward them dur-:
ing the holiday season.
May God bless each of you
for the lovely flowers, cakes,
cookies, candy, and fruit.


ayerat

r Church
About 1.4 million women in
more than 25,000 local units of
United Methodist Women will
join in this observance. Last
year, the offering was $847,-
647, an increase of $19,438 over
the previous year.


Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Martin


5OthAnniversary

Mr. arid.Mrs. N G. Pete, and four great grandchildren.
Martin were honored 'with a The Martins were wed
reception December 19, 1982, December 22, 1932 at
in the social hall of the Long Lakeland, Florida. They mov-
Avenue Baptist Church as ed to Port St. Joe 28 years ago
they celebrated their 50th from Lakeland, where Mr.
wedding anniversary. Martin was with the Coastline


: Hosting the happy occasion
.'were their children: Lorene
SSnyder of Doylestown, Penn.;
Norman Martin of St. Joe
Beach; Betty McCoy, Auburn-'
dale; Gilbert Martin and Mike.
Martin, both of Charleston,
S.C.; and Wayne Martin of St.
Joe Beach. Helping their,
grandparents celebrate were
the couple's 16 grandchildren


Railroad. Mr. Martin retired
from the Apalachicola Nor-
thern Railroad in 1976.
The Martins said that this
happy occasion was the first
time in over 30,years that all
six of their children were able
to be together at the same
time, and that the gathering of
their children together made
their Christmas holidays
especially joyous.


AARP to Hear


A bout Income
The Saint Joseph. Bay meeting. A special invitation
Chapter of the A.A.R.P. will is extended to Winter visitors
meet on Monday, January to come and meet these
10th at 2:30 P.M. at the Union friendly folk.
Hall on Sixth Street. To help
with your income tax prob-
lems, Mrs. Pat Hohman, William Ike Gay
assistant to Wauneta of Wau-
net's Accounting and Income BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT,
Tax Service will speak. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy W.
Hohman will answer questions Gay of Highland View have
from the audience. announced the birth of their
Mrs. Maybel Swatts, Mrs. son, William Ike, on Decem-
Sally Sulzer, Mrs. Ruth Berry, ber 21, weighing 6 lbs. 151/z ozs.
Mrs. ,Margaret Nichols, and He was welcomed home by
Mrs. Mae Lee Bracewell have his sister, Christina.
delicious refreshments plan- Grandparents are Mr. and
ned. Mrs. Ben Gay, and Mr. and
Saint Joseph Bay Chapter Mrs. William D. Weaver, all of
cordially invites all folks over Port St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.
55 to share this informative Donald Parker of Tampa.


The Star Publishing Co.
Phone 227.1278 308 Williams Ave.

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Reception Items
Featuring
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Gulf County Senior Citizens


Lunch Menus
Monday, January 10 with French dressing, French
Apple juice, charbroil chop- bread, margarine, sugar co-
ped steak au jus, mashed,, okies, and milk.
potatoes, broccoli, wlIt, Thursday, January 13
bread, margarine, pluni's, "'d Orange juice, meat loaf,
milk. I scalloped potatoes, spinach,
Tuesday, January 11 roll, margarine, peaches, and
Orange juice, bar-b-que milk.


chicken, speckled butter
beans, okra, whole wheat
bread, margarine, apple
sauce, and milk.
Wednesday, January 12 "
Orange juice, spaghetti with
meat ,sauce, green beans,
yellow squash, ,tossed salad


Friday. January14
Orange juice, tuna-noodle
casserole, English peas, scal-
loped, apples, biscuit, mar-
garine, vanilla pudding, and
milk.
Diabetic and Low Salt diets
are also provided each day.


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Class of 1973 Plans


10- Year Reunion
Plans are being made for a write Lee A
10-year class 'reunion for the 229-8363,. 11
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uS EI k st Joe Jr.-Sr High School. All local class m
O ur Enti re Stocl .I Anyone having names and urged to contact M
: .. addresses of out-of-town class to help make pla
S in, members are urged to call or reunion.
Fall and, Winter .

Merchandise
Speaking atBeach Ch
Beach Baptist Chapel will also be speaking
S, have Helen Masters, retired morning at 10:30a


Southern Baptist Missionary,
speaking before the church
Sunday for both morning and
evening services.
Miss Masters has retired
after 30 years as a missionary
to Nigeria. .
In addition to the Sunday
services, Miss Masters. will

"All real works of art look
as if they were done injoy."
Robert Henri,


'arrish, 904-
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embers are
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Dancersize
Classes Slated
Tammy's Dancersize will be
held each Tuesday and Thurs-
day from 10:00 a.m.-12:00
p.m. at the Centennial Build-
ing.
For more information, con-
tact Tammy Burke at 229-8334.


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Insurance

Office Aids

1'409 People

Bill Gunter, State Insurance
Commissioner, has announced
that 1409 people contacted the
Panama City Service Office
during the month of Decem-
ber, 1982.
The Service Office assisted
in the recovery of $107,608.00
which was returned to policy
holders.
Citizens with questions and
complaints about "insurance
can receive assistance by
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-
tive of Commissioner Gunter's
staff visits Walton, Gulf and
Franklin Countie.s every
month. A schedule of the
Representative can be obtain-
ed from the County Judge's
Office, in these respective
counties,


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 6,


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY JAN. 6, 1982'


Tips Given byExtension 4gent .b


Port St. Joe Ambulance Service


Installs New Officers at Banquet


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Port St. Joe's volunteer
ambulance squad installed its
officers for the 1983 fiscal year
at a banquet held Monday:
evening at the Parkway Res-
taurant at Simmons Bayou.
Catherine Ramsey was re-
elected as the squad chief for
another year,. Serving with her,
will be Terri Lyles, first
assistant; Carol Ramsey, sec--
ond assistant; Tony Justice,,
Ambulance Captain and Linda
Gilmore, Supply Captain.
The new officers were in-


stalled by County, Commis-
sioner Eldridge Money, who
had only good things 'to say
about the performance of the
squad during the past year.
In her summary of the past
year, Ramsey said the squad
had made 425 emergency runs
during -the past year.
Terri Lyles, who has two
emergency baby deliveries to
her credit, received the desig-
nation as "EMT of the Year"
from the squad. Keith Hodges
was named "Driver of the


An International Foods Fair was hosted
prior to the Christmas holidays by Mrs. Judy
Williams' world history class. Students
prepared food characteristic of other coun-
tries and dressed according to traditional
style of that country.' Activities of this nature


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Taking their oath of. office,,
in the top photo, are, left. to.
right: Tony Justice, Catherine
Ramsey, Terri Lyles, Carol
Ramsey and Linda Gilmore.
Commissioner Money is giv-
ing the oath of office. In the
bottom photo,, squad chief
Ramsey gives trophies to
Keith Hodges, left, Driver of
the Year and Terri Lyles,
right, EMT of the year.
-Star photos


help students develop an interest in and an
awareness of other cultures, as well as an
appreciation of their own culture.
In the photo above, some of the students
are shown in costumes native of the countries
they ,are studying.


Mexico BeachEnacts

Dog Ordinance Jan. 15


The Town of Mexico Beach
has adopted an animal control
ordinance which requires in-
noculation for rabies, provides
for a license tax, and prohibits
dogs from running at large on
the beaches and public lands
within the corporate limits of


Mexico Beach.
This ordinance became ef-
fective December 24, 1982, but
will be enforced starting Janu-
ary 15, 1983. For further
information, individuals can
contact the Town Hall or
Police Chief Theo Harris.


Plantin

Not only is this the season wat
for pecan harvest in Florida, it vals
is also time to establish new irril
trees in your yard or home So
orchard. Pecan trees can be plan
planted from now until Febru- nuti
ary. hav
Before planting trees, you gen
should first select the appro- 10-1
private variety. While there are aroi
many varieties available, only after
a few are recommended' for Jun
backyard planting. This is Feb
because most homeowners do of 1
not have the necessary equip- trunk
ment to spray for the control foot
of destructive diseases, parti-
cularly scab. There are scab
resistant varieties available,
which have good production
levels and produce high quali-
ty kernels.
. Many pecan trees may be
unfruitful unless they receive
pollen from another tree.
Plant at least two varieties,
especially in areas where few
trees exist, to provide suffici-
Se n t' p o lle n .I '
The following varieties have
been recommended for the
homeowners: Stuart, large
size, excellent kernel quality,
scab resistant; Elliott, small
size, good kernel quality, very
scab resistant; Curtis, small
size, excellent kernel quality,
very scab resistant; and De-
sirable, large size, good kernel
quality, very scab resistant.
Purchase your trees from a-
reputable nursery or garden
center. Make sure that the
transplants roots have moist-
ure from the time of digging"
until planting. If possible,
plant your trees the day they
are obtained from the nur-
sery. Many trees are purchas-
ed through mail order firms
and garden centers and may
have been out of the ground
for several days. However, if
they have been stored and
handled with proper care they
should survive, .
Drying before planting is
one of the major causes of the
tree's failure to thrive and
grow. If the roots of your trees
have dried out, soak them in
water for several hours to
freshen them.. :
-Remove broken roots before s
setting trees. Dig a hole deep
enough to accommodate the root
system without bending it.
Because of the pecan's long
tap root, it is not unusual for'a
hole to be at least three feet
deep and from 12 to 24 inches
wide. .
Place enough topsoil in the
bottom of the hole so that the,
tree stands at the same depth
'or a little deeper than it was in
the nursery. Mix organic,
matter with the remaining
topsoil and add it in the hole in
layers so that lateral roots can
be spread horizontally. Firm
each layer of soil after it is
added to prevent settling.
Never add fertilizer in the
planting hole- it may damage
the root system.
Build a water holding basin
around the tree from leftover
subsoil. The reservoir should
be 24 to. 36 inches deep and
hold 10 to 15 gallons of water.
Apply a six inch mulch of
straw, leaves or old sawdust to
help conserve moisture and
reduce weed and grass compe-
tition.
It is important to prune one
half of the top of the new tree
immediately after transplant-
ing to bring top growth in
balance with the root system.
Young trees require more
attention than older establish-
ed trees. Watering is the
major chore for the first two .
or three years. Make sure
trees receive 10 to 15 gallons of *


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BY ROY LEE CARTER


g Pecans

er at regu. ar weekly inter\- not put fertilizer c
s either by rainfall o.r' inches to the tru
nation. Annual terming
oil should te tested prior to \ young pecan t
nting to determine actual range from two t(
rient needs. If you did not' \growth. is less,
Ve your so: il tested, use a ound of ammoi
eral rate fertilizer such as fertilizer per in
0-10. Distri bute in a circle diameter in June
und the tnee immediately a general rule app
;r planting and again in 'of zinc sulfate pe
e or July. The following l.irst three years.
bruary, app -ly four pounds \ With proper ca
0-10-10 for Oach inch of the a\gement, your
ik diameter measured one sl\tould begin be
t above ground level. Do pr oximately seven


loser than 12
nk.
al growth for
rees should
o four feet. If
apply, one
nium nitrate
ch of trunk
and July.: As
ply one pound
r tree for the
ire and riin-
pecan tirees
ring in ap-
an years.:,:


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ask to see the Fab ,i-Coate blotter demonstra-
tion. In less than i a minute 'you'll see how
Fabri-Coate can kee p furniture fabric looking
bright and hew by prc 'tecting ag- ainst dirt, grime
and spills. Fabri-Coat 'p is so eff active it's guar-
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Dr. William ,. Thomas


CHIROPRACTIC


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Announces the Relocat'ion
of His Offict 9s to:

324 Reid Av~enue
Port St. Joe, FL 32406
Phone 904/229-. 8873

OFFICE HOURS: TUES. & TH UJRS 10-5:, 30,
SATURDAY, 10-1 ,

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Panama City, FL 3 2401
Phone 9041785-7096

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


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weatherstripping around movable
sash.
5'Step-down sloped sills for
drainage.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1983


S: It was my pleasure last we
S-'te. announce the appointme
'-. ::o.Dr. Jesse Poore Jr.,
exiecutiverdirector of the Coi
n* iftee ,on Science ai
Technology, which I have t
S' honor of chairing.
'Jesse Poore is well known
the Second District of Florii
throughuh his ten year associate
with Florida State Univer,.
Where he was Associate D, e
of Graduate Studies ,a
Research, Director. of the 'FS
Computing Center, a
*'Associate Professor
Mathematics and Cornipui
S Science.
.. As Executive Director of t
Committee on Scienice ai
Technology, Dr. Poora will
able to draw upon extensi
.academic, scientific and adm
istrative experience as he direi
:a staff of nearly 90 individual
who represent the greatest cia
i centration of scientific ir
.'.' technical expertise on Caplit
T..'.. Hill.
-The Committee on Scuini
and Technology has jurisdi cti
,oier. all non-military frilde
:research, development,, an
!demonstration projects bovi
ing areas as diverse as la hd an
:air transportation, comnhunic
itions, alternative enercjy, ai
S agriculture. ,
S'Dr. Poore is currently sei
ing as Professor of Infrbrn iatic
ari: Computer Scieno es
'GE[Ogia Institute of T'ch nolo
pn'dlie is also Associaf e Vi
President for Infor natic
fTehi'nology, and Associi ne Vi
President for Academic Affair
Ile will assume his nev d duti
Jan. 1.


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It is particL larly gratifying to
me to be able 'to select such an
outstanding individual who also
has such deep roots in the
Second District of Florida.
In searching for a new ex-
ecutive direct or to replace Dr.
Harold Hanscon, who resigned
lat month to t becomee Provost at
Wayne Stal e University, I
reviewed rest times from dozens
of highly qualified individuals.
My choice e of Jesse Poore
was made pr marily because of
.hi outstand ng qualifications.
But the fact that I have known
and worked ovith him for years
certainly played a part in my
decision beca use I know that he
will perform ;n excellent job for
the committee a nd the country.
All oth-.r 'factors beipg
equal, the /fact that he' is in-
timately fa/ ilial- with our two
outstanding universities and is
known thr.bughcut the Second
District i4s an added bonus
whicn certainly' enhanced his
qualification in iny eyes.
1. *1*., .., .,

I vot ed last iNeek against a
Congre! sional piay raise.
An fautomaiic raise from
$60,.66'2 a year to approximate-
ly $77 ,000 a year would have
taken -place automatically if the
Hous e had not voted.
f a series of two votes I
vote d first to limit any possible
payj raise to 15 per cent
($66a,800), and then' toprohibit
an' raise at all. :
SI was on the losing side of
th e second vote which means
tf lie 15 per cent raise will
b becomee effective if the bill is not
E Amended in the Senate.


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The City is now considering Roy Smith, of Hannon In-
purnas o a po.c wnc w. suac gnc maea r-


purchase of a policy whimcn will ,
pay up to $5 million to a
victim, with a $500,000 deduct-
ible. The City already carries.
liability insurance with $500,-
000 limits, but the umbrella',
would cover any claims above
$500,000.


surance Agency made a pro-.
posal to the Commission Tues-
day, so the City would know
.about how much the policy
would cost them.
Smith said he didn't'have all
the information the City would,
'need at this time, but that he


Man, Woman,


Boy, ArrestedL.


On Sex Charges


The City Commission is
considering purchase of a
large insurance umbrella
premium and re-fiewing an
electric franchise to Flo.'ida
Power Corporation three
years early.
The City thought it was
limited to $100,000 liability by
state law enacted some five
years ago. Cases in Florida
since that time indicates that
municipalities may not be so
exempt from liability after all.
One such., case is being
experienced right now by the
City of Port St. Joe in which
the fire truck was involved in.
an accident which resulted in
seriousinjury to a small child
and death to a man.,
. Prior, to passage of the state
law,' the City maintained a
large umbrella policy. to take
care of costly suits resulting
from liability to the city.

Either

Sex Deer

Hunt Jan. 9
.Hunters throughout Florida
are allowed to harvest "either
sex" deer throughout most of
the state on January 9.
The hunt will be allowed on
.all private lands within the
state except for the area of the
Everglades south of the Tami-
,ami Trail (U.S. Highway. 41)
lying east of the Everglades
National Park. Hunters using
land other than their own
should seek prior permission
from the property owner.
State wildlife management
areas are closed to the "either
sex" deer day in the Ever-
glades, Central, South and
Northeast Regions. In the
Northwest Region,. a' limited
number of management areas
will feature the hunt and
sportsmen are asked to con-
sult management area regula-
tions for details.
The 'daily bag limit for the
,deer (not including spotted
fawn) is, two, not more than
one of which may be an
antlerless deer or doe.
"The statewide antlerless
deer day is planned primarily
for people who do not have
access to antlerless deer per-
mits either because they have
small landholdings or cannot
for some reason hunt where
such permits are available,"i
said Dr. Allan Egbert, assist-
ant director of the Division of
Wildlife of the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion.
"The Commission already
has an antlerless deer pro-
gram. that deals with land-
owners 'who own or lease in,
excess of 150 acres," Egbert
said. He explained that the
special one-day hunt will be
allowed on any private land-
holdings without requiring a
permit. He cautioned that
sportsmen must obtain a
landowner's permission be-
fore going hunting.
The either-sex deer day is
scheduled January 9 as that is
the end of the white-tailed
deer season in the Everglades,
Central, South and Northeast
Regions of the state. Egbert
said that even though .deer
season will end January 30 in
the Northwest Region, the
either-sex deer day will be
held onh January 9 in that
region.
This is the first year the
Commission has sanctioned a
statewide "either sex" deer
day and it was important to
coordinate it with the date that
the season closed in most
areas of the state, the wildlife
official said:


Legally

Drive Carts
The Florida Highway Patrol'
has expressed concern for
underage drivers who will be
illegally and unsafely operat-
ing their newly acquired
Christmas, presents of. go-
carts, mini-bikes, mopeds or
motor scooters.
Robert A. Butterworth, Exe-
cutive Director of the Florida
Department of Highway Safe-'
ty and Motor Vehicles said;
"Florida traffic laws prohibit
the operation of such vehicles
unless both the driver and
motor vehicle meets all the.
legal requirements. This
means that your child cannot
legally drive a go-cart, mini-
bike, moped or motor scooter
on any road, parking lot or
other place open to motor:
vehicle traffic unless both the,
driver and. motor vehicle
comply with all traffic regula-
tions.".
To be legal, the go-cart
would have to be licensed and
equipped just as if it were a
full-sized car. The moped
must be licensed and meet all
the other requirements per-
taining to bicycles. The mini-
bike or motor sqootei must be
licensed and equipped .the
same as a full-sized motorcy-
cle and the driver of any
motorized vehicle must have a
driver's license.
"Parents or legal guardians
who knowingly permit their
child to operate a motor
vehicle illegally could be
charged with a misdemean-
or," said Butterworth, "but
worse than that, parents who
permit this may unknowingly
be contributing to the serious
injury or death of their child in
the event of a traffic accident
while the child is operating a
motor vehicle contrary to
traffic regulations which dre
designed to save lives ahd
prevent injuries."

S.S, People ,:

Available
Persons who have business
with the Social Security office
are invited to call the Social
Security office in Panama
City at 769-4871. If this is not
possible, they may come to the
office located at 30 West
Government Street..
If it is not possible for you to
come toi Panama City, you
may meet the Social Security
Representative at the Court-
house in Port St. Joe every
first and third Monday, from
10:30 A.M. to 12:00 Noon
(EST), during the months of
.January, February, -and
March; However, the Febru-
ary 21 trip has been cancelled
because of the Holiday.
The Representative will be
in Wewahitchka at the SES
Office the second Monday:df
each month, from 10:00 A.M.
to 12:00 Noon. :


Betty Jean Barber, 35 and'
-Curtis Jackson Johnson, 39, ,
both of Wewahitchka, have,
been arrested and charged"
with lewd and lascivious acts"
upon or in the presence of a


Kids Can't


First

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


time to follow the election procedure.


Congressman City Considers Insurance Plan

Don Fuqua

/Reports Umbrella Coverage Would Apply to Losses Over $2 Millit


minor.
According to Sheriff Ken,
Murphy, his department and.
the Division of Youth Services:
initiated an investigation con-
cerning sexual battery involv-
ing a 15-year-old male and
13-year-old female, where the
15-year-old allegedly threa-
tened to do bodily harm to the
13-year-old if she refused sex
with him As a result of the
investigation, information
was obtained indicating the
mother consented for her.
daughter to participate in sex
with other adults and juve-.
niles in the area. : ..
The two adults have been
charged with ,the lewd and
lascivious acts coufits and the
15-year-old has been charged
with sexual battery. All three
charges are second degree
felonies.
Both juveniles have been
released to the Division of
Youth Services.
Barber and Johnson were
arraigned before Judge David
Taunton, with bond set at
$1,500 each.


Guidance Clinic

Directors Meet
The Board of Directors of
the Gulf County. Guidance
Clinic, "Inc. will hold 'its'
regularly scheduled meeting
on Tuesday, January 11, 'at
7:00 p.m. (E.S.T.) The meet-
ing will be held in the Clinic"
Conference Room at 311 Willi-
ams Avenue in Port St. Joe.


Public

Notices' "

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF'TH-E STtATE OF
FLORIDA IN AND F OR GULF COUNT .,
it RE Tre M.maO -e : 1. : ''
MELviN RICH'ARol. M.CL ,.'MOrNDS'
MHuJbean RIpo',O'l-i
And '
SONIA FAYE BYRD McCLYMONDS.
': VVil P, ,lq ,3,,', ",
NOTICE OF SUIt
T('i PM.i.n R..,:r.ar3 McClymonds,
Address Unkndwn
YOU ARE HEREBYNOTIFIED .that a
Petition for Dissolutibn of Marriage has
been filed agairist you arid you are re"
ri :r -. a copyof your Answer or
other, response to the Petitlon on Peti.
CROBERT M" MOORE.. ESQ.."
P'O. Bbx 248 :
.r ..:i S.' Joe. Fi-.id' 3-4'r
and file'the original *r.-,-.:.i .n ir, Cf r j.i
Couit Clerk's 0111.: Gu C.u .-ni,
thouse.,Pot .1 Joe F.l.,oIa .:, i e
the20thday :i J ua', ar963 0:. ii
do 'so, a Final jiuagrr.reni I. ir.*, Ii.i
sougit:'may be granted by Default. ,
DA TED this'the 20th day of December.
JERRY GATES.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By: Is' JoAnne Pridgeon.
Deputy Clerk 41t 12-23

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of'County Commission of
*Gulf Countywill receive sealed bids from
anr, PE,-' ,:q', rOTirjri ,:,r .: ., y.:.l,:lll.:.) in-
te : ''er i,', Irg irn.' C:.. s.-i re i.,iiow-.
ir9 ,l 'cner'a r*ers.nai r. f",,
tI. C"'.- rJea Tu ri,.:r..:' i.ne'i Di n-
step-side pick-up: manual transmis-
sion with 'overdrive, power steering
and power brakes, six cylinder
engine, rear bumper. red color.
llie,, date must' be specified. Li-
quiaied damages foe failure to
deliver unit on specified date will be
set at $5.00 per day.
Bids will be received until 9:00 o'clock.
A.M.. E.S.T.. January'11'. 1983. at the of-
fice of the Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000
Fifth Street. Port St. Joe. FL 32456. The
Board reserves the right to'reject any and
all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By: is/ W. R. "Billy" Branch. Chairman .
'21 12-30


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could give the full picture by
the next meeting of the Board.
He was able to give the cost of
the premiums, but he could
not give all the requirements
the City must meet in order to
purchase the policy.
ELECTRIC FRANCHISE
Jim Cox, manager of Flor-
ida Power Corporation office
here in Port St. Joe, asked the
Commission to consider re-
newing the utility's franchise
at a higher franchise tax rate
to the City.
"Cox said most of the fran-
,chises are now earning cities
six percent, while the Port St.
Joe franchise pays the city
only four percent. Cox said the
present franchise will expire
in 1986.
Mayor Frank Pate told Cox
the Commission would be glad
to hear the presentation by
Florida Power and consider
: placing the question on the
May municipal election ballot
for the people to express an
opinion on the new franchise.
Cox said he could have the
full package ready for presen-
tation at the February 15
meeting, which would give the
firm and the City Commission
time to ron out any problems
which may arise in plenty of

MTIPlant

Important


Happening
In a poll of local Rotary
members last Thursday, the
opening of the Material Trans-
fer, Inc., plant here in Port St.
Joe was determined to be the
most important happening in
the county during the past
year. .
George Core, Mark Tomlin-
s"n, Bo Boyette and George
Tapper all said the coming of
the firm could mean consider-
able industrial activity for the
area in the years to come. "At
least three other large cities
-,who generate their own elec--
tricity are considering the.
switch to coal and using the
Port St. Joe facilities to' ship
their fuel into the state",
Tapper said.
Ohn the money side, Florida
Bank President, Ted Cannon,
said the interest picture for
1983 was just as uncertain at
'this' time, as it:was in 1982.
"Nobody knows' what it will
do: go up or down or both",
.Cannon said.
Dave May, the owner of a
new gray beard prophesied,
that we .would have a hard
winter, but his face would stay
warm. :
Guests of the club were
Judge Larry Bodiford of Pan-
ama City and, Buck Fernan-
dez of Port St. Joe.


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Notice of Annual Meeting of Members of
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS &
LOAN ASSOCIATION
of Port St. Joe

The. annual meeting of members ofi
Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association
"of Port St. Joe, will be held on r
Wednesday, January 19,1983
at2:00c'clock P.M., EST,
in the office of the Association at 401 Fifth
Street, Port St. Joe, Florida, for the purpose
of electing directors for the ensuing term,
and to transact any other business which
may legally come before said meeting
S ".C : : C.J. STEVENS.'JR.:' :
..!. .Secretary/Treasurer : : .
Citizens Federal will be closed for business at 12:00 o'clock
nooon on Wednesday, January 19, 1983. in order to hld the
annual meeting of members.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT
The Northwest Florida Water Manage-
ment District has received the following ap-
plication for a water use permit:
'Application No'. 00020, filed 12/2/82,
.William J. Rish State Park, P. 0. Box 965, Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456. Applicant is re-
questing 23,199 gallons of water per day
from existing wells for attraction use at Sec-
tion 24, Township-8 South, Range, 12 West,
,Gulf County.
The above application may be inspected
at the District headquarters. Written .objec-
tions to the issuance of the permit listed
above may be filed. with the Northwest
Florida Water Management District, Route 1,
Box 3100, Havana, FL 32333, no later than'
January 20, 1983.
'For detailed information concerning the
public hearing at which this application will
be considered, call the District's Regulatory
Division at (904) 487-1770. it 1,6


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1983 PAGE SEVEN i


White City lot 100'x211', on
Beaty Ave., quiet area. Best
offer over $2,500. Terms
available. Must sell. Call (1)
670-8849. 4tp 12-30
2 bdrm. mobile home on
large lot on Joe Avenue, White
City. For more information,
call 229-6547 or 227-1701.
4tp 12-30
3 bedroom house for sale,
.2 ba., din. rm., liv. rm. &
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
2 bedroom frame house, in
excel. condition. 1404 Long
Ave. Phone 229-8355. tfc 12-2

75'x175' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15-


R A ES A ERAL SA TEmi c


Mexico Beach Duplex, 1 yr.
old. Each apartment has 2
bdrm., ba., kitchen, dr/lr
combo, carpet, a/c, Lg. lot
within walking distance of
Gulf. Priced to sell at $44,500.
Call 648-5070 or 648-5621.
tfc 10-21
Business lot, west corner of
Highway 71 and Reid Ave.,
Port St. Joe, Call 229-8771.
tfc 12-9


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


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Wanted to Buy: 1 or 2 lots at
Beacon Hill or Mexico Beach.
Call 648-8562 after 5 p.m.
please. No agents. ltp 1/6
Lot on Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach: 3 blocks off beach.
High and dry' 648-5994. 2tc 1/6


FOR SALE


1979 Jeep CJ5, 6 cyl., excel.
cond. Price $3,850. 'Call
639-2460, Wewa. 2tp 1/6
1982 Ford Escort, loaded,
14,000 miles. $700 equity and
take over payments. Has ex-
tended warranty for 36 months
or 36,000 miles., lto 1/6
74 Dodge power wagon, 4
wheel' drive, new rebuilt
motor, 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
1978 Ford Econoline Van,
customized by Winnebago, 351
V-8 engine, 41,000 miles. Call
227-1893. tfc 12-9
In old England it was believed
that a double hazelnut carried
in the pocket would prevent
toothache.


24' oyster boat, $450. 22'
Sportscraft boat for sale,
$3,500. Call 648-8430. tfc 1/6
Wanted to Buy: 2 or 3 loads
of cow manure. Call 648-8562.
JEANS & THINGS
Mexico Beach Mini-Mall
Year End Sale
Drastic Price Reduction
Blouses, Shirts, Sweaters
Jeans.,
Jan. 5-30, 1983
Hrs.: 9-6, Mon.-Fri.
Sat., 9-5, Sun. 1-5
Call 648-8275
20' Glasspar boat with 150
h.p. inboard/outboard motor
and trailer. Good condition,
$4,000. Phone- 648-5397 or,
648-5285. '2tc 12-30
198f 14'x56' mobile home on
rented lot, '2 bdrm., cen. h/a.
Take over payments. Call
229-6604. 'tfc 12-2
12 string Ovation guitar,
new condition. Reasons for
selling, strictly preferential.
Fame guitar w/built-in pick-
up, in hardshell case, good
cond. Elkhart clarinet, needs
work, $50. Call 639-2243 or
639-5650; tfc 12-16
One 12x55' 2 bdrm. 1970
Sheri mobile home, new hot.
water heater, new commode,
$4,500.00 with new 20,000 btu
air cond.; $4,000.00 without air.
cond. Call anytime 648-8359 to


411 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL
32456


229-6073
if no answer
229-6236


II&R BLOCK
The Income Tax People
Hours:
Monday through Friday
10 A.M. 5:30 P.M.
Saturday Morning
10 A.M. 12:30 P.M.
Appointments available
at your convenience
CONSULTANTS:
Jacquelyn Quarles
Linda Johnson
tfc 1-6-83


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

115 Hunter St., Oak Grove
Port St. Joe, Fla.
227-1325
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Will do babysitting oh New
Years'. or anytime. Have
experience and reference.
"Also will do housecleaning,
too. Phone 648-5353. 3tp 12-30

SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tfc 4-29
Air Conditioqing Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tfc4-16
UPHOLSTERY WORK
Call Louise Varnum
227-1469
tfc 12-30
Alcoholics. Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T:.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720


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FOUND: One St. Joe Sharks
jacket with the name Chuck on
the back. Size 10-12 med. May
be claimed at The Star.




NOTICE: $500 will be paid
by property owner for infor-
mation leading to arrest and
conviction of persons spraying
or pouring chemicals or other,
substances on property at 613
Maddox St.





BOOKKEEPING &
INCOME TAX SERVICES
are available at reasonable
rate. Call Robert L. Davis at
227-1145 between 8 a.m. & 5
p.m. or 653-8073 after 6 p.m.
4tc 1-6


NOW OPEN

ANN'S PLACE of
CAKES, CRAFTS, FRAMES, PAINTINGS
& ART SUPPLIES
Magellan Street St. Joe Beach a Phone 648-5258
t -c 11-11




The Sewing Room
Vvi s410 A Reid Avenue NO
9ik,,^ Port St. Joe, Florida O0
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"





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






/REEVES FURNITURE &

0 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.




I PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfe6-5
'Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also sbme yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
tfc 7-3
Psychological Services" fot'
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours).


AVON To Buy or Sell
Call Mrs. L. Z. Henderson
Group Sales Leader
227-1281
tfc 12-2
FLORIST 8 GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
& Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
.' tfc 1-21
LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
Carpet Upholstery
Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 11-41
YARD SERVICES
Mowing 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.


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. 6 p.m n
Self service or drop-off
tfe 11-18


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


Now Ready to Service
Your Accounting &
IncomeTax Needs!
229-8536
220 Reid Ave.
(Reid Ave. next to Boyles)
PORT ST. JOE, FL
Wauneta's
Accounting &:
Income Tax -
Closed'Apalachicola office
WAUNETA BREWER Pat Hohman
Owner Assista4jt;


Going Fishiry?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


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


Part time jobs with potential
full time earnings, Complete
training. No experience
necessary. Excellent commis-
sion. Management opening
available when qualified. Call
Carletta at 769-2363 for an
appt. 2tl-5
Immediate Job Opening
C.E.TIA. Coordinator to
serve Gulf County
"Must be'a Gulf'County resi-
dent. Make application by
Jan. 17, at the Bay County
School Board Personnel of-
fice, 5205 W. Hwy. 98, Panama
City, FL. Call 904/769-1431.
2t 1/6


CHECK OUT THESE

GREAT BUYS!


MEXICO BEACH. Charming brick and stuc-
co home on two lots. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., carpet,
cen. h&a/c, ceiling fan, custom drapes, new
frost free refrig. w/ice maker, very tastefully
decorated. Fenced yard in nice, residential
neighborhood. Corner Palm & Azalea St.


MEXICO BEACH. Assumable 9%3A% $17,213
mortgage on this 2 bdrm., 1 ba. cottage on
4th St.'Price $36,000, payments $172.45. Big
75'x112' pine shaded lot. Most furnishings
stay.


BEACON HILL. Duplex with 1 bdrm., 1 ba.
each side or use as 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home.
Concrete block construction, unusually
decorated exterior. Owner financing. 3rd St.


MEXICO BEACH. Comfortable 3 bdrm., 2
ba. brick home. convenient to beach'. Cen.
h&a/c.. Fla. rm. with fireplace,. c.b. utility
house plus more. 16th St.


ERA PARKER REALTY
Highway 98 & 31st Street
Mexico Beach, Florida
(OUTSIDE
648-5777 or 1-800-8745073 FLORIDA)


Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate


Orena Miller. Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate


Waterfront furnished house.
Year round rental, Hwy. 98,
Beacon Hill. 4 bdrm., 2 ba.,
separate living rm., din. and
kitchen area. 4 double beds.
Elec. kitchen, heater, a/c,
water included. Call in Wewa
639-5073. 4tp 1-6
Furnished small 1 bdrm.:
house. Automatic heat. No
pets. Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
Sit l1/6
Furnished 2 bdrm. house,
automatic heat, laundry rm.
No pets. Call 229-6777 after 7
p.m. ltc l/6
Two bedroom, 1 ba. house on
McClellan Ave. Call 648-5445.
2tc 12-30
SKI BREEZE
Camping, mobile home, 2
bdrm. apt. and campers for
reit, day, week or month. On
the gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee .Schlickman.-
Res. 229-6105.
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.
Room for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7-1
Available soon: Commer-
cial building on Reid Ave. For
more information call 229-6374
after 5 p.m. tfc 11-4
Beachfront apartment,
some utilities paid.I Mobile
home space. Beacon Hill.
648-8398. tfc 11-25


The V.F.W. Post 10069, John
.C. Gainous'holds its meeting
every second Tuesday arid the
fourth Thursday at Motel St.
Joe at 7:30 p.m. tfc 11-4
The Board of .Commission-
ers 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. tc 11-4
The Disabled American Vet-
erans, 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 second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.
There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
B.F. NUNNERY, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.


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For Sale by Owner 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
Call .9041968-5464, Pensacola 'tfc9-3


HELP WANTED FOR5
r 1


Large 4 bdrm...3 ba. brick home in excellent neighbor-
hood. Central heat and air. Fireplace and many extra
features. By appointment only.

'3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry home with carport on Ig. lot in
good neighborhood. $33,500.00.
r 3 bdrm., 1 ba. frame dwelling at 110 Duval St., Oak
Grove. Only $8,000.00. .
1 acre inland tracts, 3 miles from city. $4,995. 10% down.
Owner financing.
, FOR BENT: 2 bdrm. unfurnished house at St. Jpe Beac :
ST25.W peri.', -. -

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


-Commercial Building:
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA-
tfcT'7-2-


* Mexico Beach, Fla.


406 7th Street--.-


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

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

OPEN Wed. thru Sat. 10 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


SERVICES


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SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!









Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


St. Joseph Bay


* 5omm .rc ns cfr.ll .





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










PAGE EIH H TR otS.Je Fn IIPIAJN ,18


.7 ADD HAPPY 'NEW YEARS' W
TO YOUR LIFE A
There is really a double meaning in the old phrase-
"Happy New Year." For a new year can only be happy
if you are able to have good health. All other good
fortune is meaningless if illness prevents you from *
enjoying' it.
Happily you can do something about keeping up
your health. It is the simplest and easiest way to keep U'
any resolution you can possibly make. Resolve this &
year to consult your physician regularly. We resolve to
help by always having in stock the medicines he will
prescribe.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST UI
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
pharmacy products. We consider this trust a.
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
family pharmacyv?" "



BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
Free Parking Drive-In Window
229-8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe A

.M -.
, ;' :' *

Leslie Gaino!s Receives

B.S. Degree from FSU


L- eslie Gainous was a recent
recipient of a Bachelor of
Science degree from the Flori-
: daiState University School of
iBusiness Administration in
-: corhmencement exercises
: held on! December 18 at the


Auto And.
Homeowners
Insurance.
JEAN MIALLORY
639-5322 Wewahitchka
Sor"
785-6156 Panama City


Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center.
Leslie, son of Joel and Sally
Gainous was one of over 800
students receiving degrees in
the winter class of 1982. He
specialized in the area of
Business Management and
plans to continue his education
at FSU to receive a Bachelor
of Science degree in Computer
Science.
He is an active four-year
member of the Beta Iota
chapter of'the Phi Kappa Tau
National Fraternity and is an
affiliated member of the Delta
Zeta sorority.


Pvt. Stephens

Completes Basic
Pvt. Angela F. Stephens,
daughter of Raymond L. and
Willie V. Stephens of Wewa-
.hitchka, has completed basic
training at Fort Dix, N.J.
During the training, stu-
dents received instruction in
drill and ceremonies, wea-
,pons, 'map reading, tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice, first aid, and Army
history and traditions..
She is a 1978 graduate of
Wewahitchka High School.


Pvt. Paterson

Ends Training
Army Pvt. Timothy W.
Paterson, son of Jean Butler
of East Point, and Kenny
Paterson' of Port St. Joe, has
completed basic training at
Fort McClellan, Ala.,
During the training, stu-
dents received instruction in
drill. and ceremonies, wea-
pons, map reading, tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice, first aid, and Army
history and traditions
He is a 1982 graduate of
Apalachicola High School.

Rifle Club
Meeting Thurs.
The monthly meeting of the
Gulf Rifle Club will take place
this evening. The meeting will
be held at the welding shop
classroom at the High School
at 7:30 p.m.
All members and the public
are urged to attend. The
agenda includes planning pro-
jects for the coming year and
forming a Junior Rifle Team
for Gulf County.


Some of the members of the Port St. Joe Sharks basketball team show off thony, team manager, Terry Woullard, Marty
the first place trophy they earned in the Panama City News-Herald's Christmas Pittman, Robert Poole and Durey Cadwell. N
Tournament held over the holidays. From left, are: Josh Jenkins, Bernard An- Charles Bird and Danny Givens.



Sharks Win Tourney
S h a W;,.1-^j-^ i i n^ -' ,** ..-: ."* .: *** '*"' /


The Port St. Joe Sharks
came roaring.back in the last,
period Wednesday of last
week to dump a strong Mosley
team and take the Panama
City News-Herald holiday'
tournament. The Sharks de-
feated the Dolphins 52-48, to


cap a perfect record 'in the
tournament play.
The Sharks defeated Ruth-
erford and Cottondale on their
way to the final victory.
After falling behind 14-8 in
the first stanza, the Sharks
came back in the second


period for a 14-8 quarter of
their own to knot the score,,
22-22 at half time.lIn the third
period, the Dolphins edged out
ahead again, with a 14-10
period. rThe Sharks tossed 20'
points through the nets in the
final period, to put the game


Yellow Jackets Dump


Sharks 67-60, Tuesday


Port St. Joe's Sharks travel- night and entertain Bay High next Tuesday night.
ed to Vernon Tuesday night,'
and took a seven point loss at
the hands of the Yellow Wewanitchka Gators
Jackets. ,
After breezing through thetS
Panama City News-Herald Basketball Schedule
Christmas tournament and
dumping giants of the hard- After taking off for the next Tuesday,'the team will
wood like Mosley and Cotton- Christmas holidays, the We- travel to Sneads .to meet the
dale, the Sharks had a miser- wahitchka Gators basketball Pirates.
able first half against the,- team will get active again The Gator girls and 7th and
Yellow Jackets Tuesday UndU tonight, as they entertain the 8th grade boys were on the
couldn't overcome it before Bristol Bulldogs in .Wewa- road to ,Sneads Wednesday
the time ran out. hitchka. night.
The Sharks were down by 10 The Girls team will host
points at the half time and Friday night, the Gators will', Chattahoochee, next' Tuesday
gave up four more points in host the Altha Wildcats and afternoon.
the third period. They bounded,
back with' 26 points in the last
period, but it was too little, too
late. -
Josh Jenkins led the Shark
offense with 13 points. Maty
Russ and' Durey Cadwell | | J 1
added 12 each and Michael
Pittman, 11.
Glen Harris paced the Jack-
ets with 17 points.
The Shark JV team suffered
its first loss of the year, falling il TDCATiIMIT
to the Jackets by a 39-37 score O IL TREATMENT IV I
as a Jacket hit a jumper at the
final buzzer.
Score by quarters: S.arda Only!
Port St. Joe 13 12 9 26-0 Saturday O y!
Vernon 17 18 13 19-67 AA
PORT ST. JOE-Russ, 4-4-
12; Thomas, 1-0-2; Pittman,
4-3-11; Jenkins, 4-5-13; Cad.-
well. 4-4-12, Givens, 2-2-6:
Robinson. 0-4-4.
VERNON-Brown, 5-616; Suggested Retail $2.38
Register, 2-6-10; Johns, 4-3-11; ..
Harris, 7-3-17; Brown, 4-3-ltlU Limit 1 per customer
Brock 1-0-2. No Rainchecks.
During the coming week,; Reduced smoking and oil burning;
the Sharks will host Apalachi improves ring seals and compres-
o, sion. Fortifies oil to restore power.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Shirley J,
Young Pqyne wishes to thank
their friends for the prayers,
food, and the ma.i:, acts of
kindness extended to ihT lJOE AUTO PARTS
during the loss of their loved' U PA T
one.
The Families of 201 Log Avenue Port St Joe 229-8222
B ill Payne and
E.'B. Young, ,


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With


HANNON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943

Auto Home Business Life

Flood Bonds Mutual Funds

8:30 till 6:00 Monday through Friday

221 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1133

We Are HERE to Service What We Sell

ROY SMITH, Agent FRANK HANNON, Agent


away. .
Josh Jenkins sparked the:
Sharks to their final rally,
scoring three tip-ins to spark
the Sharks final rally and win:
the game. Jenkins was named
to the All-Tournament team
for his performances' during
the tourney.


Marty Russ was the big gun
S for the Sharks, with his 24 big
points. Jenkins was the only
other Shark scoring in the
double figures, with 10 points.


Russ, Doug Robinson, Michael
4ow shown are Daryl Thomas,
-Star photo


Daniel Smith led Mosley
with 14 points
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 8 14 10 20-52
Mosley : 14 -8 14 12---48
PORT ST. JOE-Russ, 10-4-
24; Thomas, 1-0-2; Pittman,
4-0-8; Jenkins, 5-0-10; Cadwell,
2-0-4. Woullard. 0-0-0; Robin-
son, 1-2-4.
MOSLEY-Johnstone, 1-0-2;
Edwards, 3-0-6; Tolson,.3-2-8;
Smith, 5-4-14; Marshall, 3-0-6;
Holley, 4-0-8; Newell, 1-2-4.


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1'1 .MINUTES Board of County Commission


The Board of County Com-
mission of Gulf County, Flori-
da, met December 14, 1982 in
regular session with the fol-
lowing members present:
S Chairman William R. Branch,
Eldridge Money, Everett
Owens, Jr., Jimmy 0. Gort-
man, and Douglas C. Birming-
ham. Others present were:
Attorney William J. Rish,
Clerk Jerry Gates, Deputy
Clerk Maurell Cumbie, Mos-
quito Control Director Doug
Kent,. and Bailiff-Civil De-
fense Director Bill Lamar.
The meeting came to order
at 9:00 a.m.
Comm. Money opened the
meeting with prayer and led
the pledge of allegiance to the
flag.
Upon motion by Comm.
Graham, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the min-
utes of November 1, 9, and 16,
1982.
Pursuant to advertisement
to receive bids to purchase
material to be used to con-
struct landfill ramps, the
following bids were received:
Treated Timber Products Co.,
S Pensacola, $4,366.50; Southern
.Wood Piedmont Co., Baldwin,
No Bid; Koppers Company,
Inc., Atlanta, Ga., $6,059.00;
Escambia Treating Co.,
: )runswick, Ga., $7,035.00; The
.Longdale Co., Valdosta, Ga.,
$5,397.80; Post and Lumber
Preserving Co., Quincy,
$,098.90;, Coleman-Evans
Wood Preserving Co., Jack-
sonville, $5,000.00. At the
Board's request, Mosquito
Control Director Kent studied
these bids and recommended
the Board award the bid to the
Treated Timber Products in
the amount of $4,336.50. Upon
notion by Comm. Branch,
second by Comm. Money, and
unanimous vote, the Board'
approved Mr. Kent's recom-
mendation.
-Pursuant to advertisement
S- receive bids to renovate the
Courthouse air-conditioning
system, the following bid was
received: Peaden Air Condi-
tioning and Heating,
$63,800.00. Comm. Birming-
ham moved Board table
this bid award until the next
regular meeting. Comm.
Money seconded' the motion
and it passed unanimously.
The Board requested the
architect study this bid prior
,. to the next meeting and make
a report to the Board on his"
recommendation.
The Chairman announced
that pursuant to public adver-
tisement the Board would hold
the second and final public
hearing to consider closing a
portion of Hunter Street in
Oak Grove Subdivision. After
public comment Comm.
', Owens moved the Board va-
cate a portion of Hunter Street
in Oak Grove. Comm. Money'
-seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously. The
Board instructed the Attorney
to prepare a resolution on this'
matter for adoption at the next
regular meeting.
Comm. Gortman moved the
Board advertise to hold a.
public hearing to consider
closing a portion of a deadend
-street in Douglas Landing'
Subdivision as requested by
Don Lanier. Comm. Birming-
Sham seconded the motion and
it passed unanimously.
Leo Kennedy, present be-
fore the Board, resigned as:
Gulf County's representative
to the Florida Panhandle
Health Systems Agency. The
Board thanked Mr. Kennedy
for the work he had done while
a member of this agency. The
Board agreed to write John
Miller to request he serve as
Gulf County's Representative
to this agency.
Comm. Birmingham moved


the Board adopt Resolution
Number 82-32, requesting the
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission of the State of
Florida adopt or amend its
present Quota Permit Rule for
hunting during the first nine
days of the regular gun
season, to provide that only
applications for said quota
permit be accepted from
citizens of the counties in
which the management areas
are located for the first ten
days of the season. Comm.
Gortman seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously..-
Upon motion by Comm:
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Gortman, and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved a drainage ditch ease-
ment from Gulf County
Farms; Inc. (Recorded in OR
Book 91, Page 891.)
Comm. Gortman moved the
Board adopt Resolution Num-
ber 82-33. The Resolution
requests that the Northwest
Florida Legislative Delega-
tion and the State Association
of County. Commissioners are
urged to. support retention. of
Florida Statutes Section 401.25
which requires that any per-
son or. entity, including muni-
cipalities, desiring to provide
ambulance services in the
State of Florida must first
obtain a Certificate'of Public
Convenience and Necessity
from the governing body of the
county in which the services
are to be rendered. Comm..
Money seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
-The Attorney presented a
letter from Jack Bowie, of.
Southern Television and Com-
munications, -Inc., advising
the Board that they had
purchased the cable system at
Beacon Hill and St. Joe Beach.
The Board agreed to honor
this assignment on the same
terms and conditions as con-
tained in the original fran-
chise. The Chairman instruct-
ed ,the Attorney to write
Southern Television and Com-
munications, Inc. requesting
they pursue installing a cable
,system at Highland View as
many 'residents id this area
were interested in this ser-
vice:
The Attorney reported the
Department of Natural Re-
sources has agreed to allow
campowners to lease camp-
sites presently owned by the
State for a ten year period.
Comm. Gortman moved
that, pursuant to advertise-
ment and upon Mosquito Con-
trol Director Kent's recom-
mendation, the Board hire
Charles Edward Jackson as a
laborer for the Mosquito Con-
trol Department. Comm.
Owens seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
Mosquito Control Director
Kent presented a proposed
maintenance agreement from
St. Joe Telephone and Tele-
graph Company covering the
County's communications
equipment for the year 1983.
The Board agreed to discuss
this matter further with St.
Joe Telephone and Telegraph
Company.
Mosquito Contlrol Director
Doug Kent informed the
Board that St. Joe Telephone
& Telegraph Company had
applied for a utility permit on
road C-30-A and were request-
ing,a -variance of which he
recommended approval'
Comm. Birmingham moved
the Board approve the vari-.
ance and the permit (No.,
82-20). Comm. Owens second-
ed the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Mosquito Control Director
Doug Kent informed the
Board that St. Joe Telephone
& Telegraph Company had'
applied for a utility permit on
road C-30E and were request-


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ing a variance of which he
recommended approval.
Comm. Gortman moved the
Board approve the variance
and the permit (No. 82-21).
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously.
Mosquito Control Director
Kent reported the Department
of Natural Resources had
informed him that there must
be some County participation
(commitment of funds) before
the State will consider helping
the County acquire the Dozier
property for public use. (Pro-
perty located between Beacon
Hill and St. Joe Beach). The
Board instructed Mr. Kent to
pursue the acquisition in any
way possible and to contact
the Apalachee Regional Plan-
ning Council for their assist-
ance in this matter.
Veteran Service Officer
James Sealey, Jr. met with
the Board to discuss Board
policy and office procedures.
Upon Mr. Sealey's request,
Comm. Gortman moved the
Board approve the purchase
of a small calculator for the
Veterans Service Office.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously. The Board requested
the Clerk write Mr. C. L.
Moon, Franklin County Veter-
ans Service Officer, a letter of
appreciation for 'serving as
Gulf County's Veterans. Ser-
vice Officer on a-part-time
basis.
After studying bids received
on November .1, 1982 to_
purchase 70. paddle ceiling
fans completely installed, for
the Courthouse, Architect-
Charles A. Gaskin recom-
mended the following bidder'
by written statement: Pinch-
A-Penny, 'Fair-Wind,
$10,410.00. Comm. Gortman
moved the Board approve Mr.
Gaskin's recommendation.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and it passed with the
following vote: Yes- Comm..
Money, Gortman, and Branch.
No- Comm. Birmingham and
Owens. The Board then exe-
cuted a contract with Pinch-A-
Penny.
The Sheriff reported that
Comm. Gortman had asked
him to find out what it would
take to bring the jail up to
State requirements. The She-
riff said that Mr. Joe Musgray
and Mr. Percy Folsom were
here to tell the Commissioners
what it would take to bring it
up to minimum State require-
ments. After .lengthy discus-
sion, the Board requested the
Department of Corrections
present a written report to the
Board concerning these defi-
ciencies.
Environmental Health Offi-,
cer Winston B. Prather stated
that Comm. Gortman had
requested he look at the
sanitary conditions of squat-
ters at Willis Landing. After
Mr. Prather made this report
to the Board, Comm. Gortman
moved the Board instruct the
Sheriff to move the squatters
from Willis' Landing. The
motion died for lack of a
second. Comm. Birmingham.
requested the Board instruct
Mosquito Control Director
Kent to determine the names
of persons who are permanent
residents of Willis Boat Land-
ing and ask they relocate. He
said he will be glad to provide
them with names of people
who have offered to help them
relocate if they have nowhere
to go.I
Doyle Stewart appeared be-
fore the Board to discuss his
termination from the Road
Department by Road Superin-
tendent Bob Lester. After
discussion the Board agreed
that the decision of 'Road
Superintendent Bob Lester to
terminate Mr. Stewart would
stand.
The Clerk, reported that the
Board had received two let-
ters from Medical Examiner
Dr. Joseph Sapala concerning
articles written :about him
(one from Tennessee and one
from Texas). The Clerk. stated
that these letters appeared to
be of a personal nature and did
not seem to be a legitimate
expenditure of public funds.
Comm. Money requested the
Clerk write Dr. Sapala a letter
protesting the use of public tax
dollars to glorify himself, with
copies to be sent to the
Governor, Medical Exami-
ners Commission, State At-
torney, and County Commis-
sioners in the Circuit.
The Clerk reported that
Franklin County's Clerk Bob-
by Howell had called him
stating the Franklin County
Board of County Cpmmission
is going to pay their annual
dues to the Apalachee Region-
al Planning Council to be able
to continue to vote. Comm.
Birmingham moved that if the
Board pays the dues that they
be paid on a quarterly basis as
always. Comm. Owens sec-
onded the motion and it passed
unanimously.
The Clerk presented an
invoice from Florida Munici-
pal Insurance in the amount of


$33,773.00, for worker's com-
pensation coverage for fiscal
year 1982-83, stating this was
an increase of $5,646.00 over
the bid price of $28,127.00. The
Clerk reported the agent,.
Frank Rhodes, had informed
him the increased premium
was due to the insurance
commissioners raising the
rates retroactive to Septem-


ber 1, 1982. Comm. Birming-
ham moved the Board pay
only the bid price of $28,127.00
for the worker's compensation
policy. Comm. Money second-
ed the motion and it passed'
unanimously.
The Clerk presented a list of,
changes in property inventory '
records as recommended by
the custodians for the Board's
consideration. (List on file in
Clerk's Office).
The Board then considered
the bid award on bids received
at the November 16th meeting
for a new truck for the Road,.
Department. After discussion,
Comm. Money moved the
Board readvertise with com-
plete bid specifications.
Comm. Owens seconded the'
motion and it passed unani-
mously. The Chairman agreed
to prepare the bid specifica-
tions for advertisement.
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Money, and' unani-
mous vote, the Board agreed'
to pay $652.78 in Road Depart-
ment invoices incurred in the
previous fiscal year's budget.
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Money, and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved payment of an invoice
from Charles A. Gaskin, in the
amount of $4,264.90, for archi-
tectural services on the'
Beaches Fire Station.
The Clerk presented an
invoice from Motorola, Inc., in
the amount of $12,510.20, for
mobile radios for the St. Joe
Ambulance Squad. After dis-
cussion, Comm. Money moved
the Board pay this invoice
from the St. Joe Ambulance
budget. Comm Owens second-
ed the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Money, and, unani-
mous vote, the Board agreed
to pay property taxes of
$115.17 due on Lot 4, Block 2,
Beacon Hill Subdivision, a lot
donated to the Board by Dr.
Tom Gibson.
The Clerk reported he had
received a letter from Risk
Management Services, stating
the Board's liability insurance
covers the community work
program for persons convict-
ed of Driving While Intoxi-
cated. The Board requested
Clerk Gates write Judge Taun-
ton to notify him of this
insurance coverage.
The Board executed an
agreement with the Pan-
handle Alcoholism Council for
fiscal year 1982-1983, in the
amount of $2,205.00.
After discussion with Civil
Defense Director Bill Lamar,
the Board executed the State
of Florida agreement to' re-
ceive matching funds for the
Civil Defense Department.
Comm. Money reported he
had received a request that
the Board repair the broken
pavement on Church Street in
Wewahitchka. After discus-
sion, the Board instructed
.Comm. Money to issue a work
order to the Road Depart-
ment. ,:,
Comm. Birmingham re-
quested the Board write the
contractor for the Indian Pass
Boat Ramp Project (B&B
Marine) requesting they com-
mence work as soon as
possible'.
Comm. Birmingham re-
quested the Board write the
Department of Transportation
to request they require the
contractor to return to work
on State Road 71.
Comm. Birmingham
brought to the Board's at-
tention several problems con-
cerning the Apalachee Re-
gional Planning Council. He.
said the Board should consi-
der strongly the possibility of
resigning from the organiza-
tion in the future, but before
that decision is made the
Board should determine what
benefits are derived by Gulf
County from the organization.
Comm. Birmingham re-
luested the Board write the
Director of the Northwest
Florida Water Management
District that any decision they
make on the issuance of a
permit for removal of the
Dead Lakes Dam should be
made on the basis "f the
future of Dead iakes from a
fishing standpoint. The Board
agreed.
The Board agreed to piro-
ceed with installing four-way
stop signs at Fourth Street and
Second Avenue in Highland
View. '?
The Board instructed "the
Clerk write all landowners 'on
the bayside of State Road 98 in
Highland View to inquire if
they are interested in the
County acquiring this pro-
perty for use as a spoil area
for the Port and also as a
public beach.
The Chairman requested the
Clerk write Dr. Garfield that
he has the full support of the
Board in his supervision of all


Health Department personnel '
arid policies.
The Board agreed to reap-
point "John Howard as the
County's representative to the
District II-A Mental Health
Board. :
The Board agreed to pay, in
the absence of Robert L.
Lester Road Superintendent,
Robert E. Knee 10 percent
above his normal wages and
temporarily set him into the
supervisory position at the


Gulf Coast's Open College is
now available to interested
persons at Tyndall Air Force
Base, as well as Gulf and
Franklin County citizens.
WFSU-TV and WKGC Radio
Station both broadcast College
courses now. Beginning Satur-
day, January 15, WFSU-TV
will air "General Psychology"
at 9 a.m., "Fundamentals of
Oceanography" at 1 p.m.,-and
"General Biology" at 2 p.m.
WKGC-AM will air "Under-
standing Music" at 11 a.m. on
Wednesday and Thursdays,
while WKGC-FM will broad-
cast the same program at 6
p.m. the same days. All are
Central Standard Time.
If students are unable to
view or hear the broadcast
programs, tapes are available
at the Tyndall Library for use
at the student's convenience.
The Tyndall Library also has
video tapes on "Freshman"
English I", "Freshman Eng-,
lish II", "American Litera-
ture", "American History",
and "Principles of Sociology",
all of which are being offered
under "Open College" for the
Winter, 1983, term.
"Open College" courses are
designed to serve students
who may have, difficulty enrol-
ling in or attending regular
classroom courses. Such
courses carry regular college
credit, are applicable to the
Associate of Arts degree, meet
"General Education" require-
iients, and are coordinated by
full-time College faculty mem-
bers.
Tyndall patrons may re-
gister for these courses during
regular registration dates at
the Base Education Office or
the College. Others may regis-
ter with the College coordina-
tors in Port St. Joe, Wewa-
hitchka, Apalachicola, or Car-
rabelle. Students registering
for such courses should obtain

Road Department. These ad-
ditional benefits will be retro-
active but will be suspended
upon the return of Robert
Lester from vacation.
All payrolls for the month of
November, 1982 were ap-
proved as paid. The Clerk
reported the amount of fines
and bonds collected for the
month.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


a "Course Syllabus" when
they register. If not,. please
contact the "Open College"
office at Gulf Coast and you
will receive one by mail. The
syllabus is most important as
it gives textbook and study
guide information, as well as
broadcast and testing dates.
Generally, "Open College"
courses consist of 30 thirty-
minute tapes (one hour per
week for 15 weeks), a text-
book, and a study guide that
correlates the textbook and
the telelessons. Students are
required to take three sche-
duled. examinations. They
may complete the courses)
early if they, choose, but they
must obtain the instructor's
permission to complete the
course late.
"Open College" courses are
ideal for the non-traditional
college student. However,
they do require self-discipline
and self-motivation. Should
you wish further information,
please contact "Open Col-
lege", Gulf Coast Community
College, Panama City, Florida
32401, or call (904> 769-1551.


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