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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 13, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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 21
AI


THE STE r1FAR

Industry -Deep Water Port-Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1983


Gunn Shocks County Department



Fires Inspector De Wayne Manuel, Resigns, Accepts Reinstatement


said.
In the meantime, to main-
tain the inspection program,
Commissioner Doug Birming-


some permanent step could be
taken. "I understand Mr.
Gunn's concern and I under-.
stand his need for getting rid


"DeWayne's done a lousy job.
I've done a lousy job. There's too
much responsibility placed on me


the way we have


ham made a motion that
Manuel be named the tempor-'
ary building inspector until


Building department direc-
tor, E. F. 'Gunn unloaded both
barrels at the County Com-,
mission meeting Tuesday
morning, charging that the
department had "gone to pot"
while he was out of action due
to major surgery recently. "I
want to resign, but first I'm.
going to fire inspector, De-
Wayne Manuel. I don't want to
be any part of something
which isn'tdone right."
Gunn then charged, "De-
Wayne (DeWayne Manuel, the
)building inspector) is doing a
,lousy job. I feel I did a Lousy
job for letting this situation
get by. I want'to get out
because enforcing these build-
ing regulations are a state
requirement. I'm responsible
for. Im not going to take this
exposure as things are going
now."
Gunn went on to criticize
Manuel's handling of an in-
spection of a home which was
recently built at Gulf Aire
subdivision. The owner of the
home, Lee R. Monroe had
complained to the Commis-
sion two weeks ago that his
builder hadn't done the job
right. Manuel said to the
Board at that time builder
had met the code items he is
charged to inspect, but that
there were some "cosmetic"
problems with the house.
Gunn said Tuesday. "The
house is a mess. I would lie
ashamed to say I ha~d inspect-
ed it." Gunn went on to point
out specific deficiencies at the
house in question.
"DeWayne is my friend and,
fpr that reason I want to rake
these statements here.to you -
and in' his presence." Gunn
went on to point out that one of
the problems was that Manuel
had'' too much territory to
cover in inspecting the entire
county. "I couldn't do it and I
know he can't do it properly",
he pointed out.
When chairman William
Branch asked Manuel for a
response to the charges, the
inspector said, "This is a
complete shock to me. I don't
understand what it's all
about."
Branch advised the Board
that the county was going to
have to have an inspector and
they were going to have to
investigate this matter in
depth. "Mr. Gunn has made
some serious charges here
today and we need to meet in
special session to iron this
difficulty out as soon as
possible Branch then called
on the Commission to meet
Tuesday afternoon at 6:00
p.m., to discuss the matter
further. "We may need two or
three special meetings before
'this thing is settled", Branch


Attorney

-Joins Firm

J. Patrick Floyd has joined
Cecil G. Costing, Jr. in partner-
ship for their law practice,
Costin and Floyd. The firm is
located at 41' Williams Ave-
nue in Port St. Joe.
Mr. Floyd graduated from
the University of Florida with
a major in computer science
and from Nova Law School of
Fort Lauderdale in 1978, He is
a native of, Apalachicola and
son of the late Senator C. H.
Bourke Floyd and Catherine
Floyd, who currently resides
in Indian Pass Beach.
Prior to joining Cecil Costin,
Mr. Floyd established his own
law practice in Fort Lauder-,
dale after experience with two
of the largest litigation firms
in that area. He states: "My
father and grandfather, both
natives of Apalachicola, prac-
ticed law in, this area, and I
am proud to return to do the
same."
Everyone is invited to stop
by the office at 413. Williams
Avenue to meet Patrick Floyd
and have a cup of coffee from
6:00 to 10:00 on Friday morn-

ing, January 14.


to do this thing."
-,Gunn
'


of some pressure because of
his health situation, so I move
that Manuel be named as
temporary inspector."
Birmingham's motion failed
after Gunn agreed to take the
position back for two or three
weeks until the county could
take some permanent steps.
He-then hired Manuel back to
to the inspecting, with Gunn
operating the department
temporarily.
Gunn said he was willing to
help try to straighten out the
building department before lie


steps down permanently.
TAKING A LOOK AT
:COMPUTERS
Tax 'Collector Eda Ruth
Taylor and Property Apprais-
er Joyce Williams asked the
Commission to look into the
possibility of purchasing com-
puter equipment for use of all.
offices in the county.
Mrs. Taylor, -who presented
the proposition, said, "Be-
tween my office and -the
Property Appraiser's office,
we are paying around $10,000 a'
year for computer services
(required by the state) and we
feel that rental cost may cover
the purchase expense for our
own computer installation."
Taylor and- Williams .said
they each handle some 11,000 ,
parcels through computer ser-
vices and the cost of rental is'
'going up each year. '
Taylor said they weren't
asking for the machine this
year. "We're suggesting the
county look into the costs as
opposed to what we are paying
for rental and make a decision
for next year, or even the


next".
Chairman Branch appointed
a committee composed of
Clerk Jerry Gates, Taylor,
Williams and Commissioner
Everette Owens to look into
the matter and report back to
the board.
The committee is to o1o
into the possibility of lan
installation to serve all offics
in the courthouse, not just the
Tax 'Collector and Property
Appraiser. -
OTHER BUSINESS,
In other business matters,
the Commission:
-Agreed, reluctantly to pdy
an additional $5,000 work-
man's comp insurance prem-
ium after they had received a
bid of $28,000. The company
claimed the state raised the
rates after the bid was let.
-Agreed to allow the tax
exemption status for Material
Transfer under the new state
law allowing counties to give
relief on taxes which would be
levied against. improvements
on property. The property;
(Conitinued On Page 3)


DOTExecutive Says:



Keep Your Light


Larry Kelly, an executive with the state
Department of Transportation told the City
Commission last Thursday morning, "You
can keep your traffic light. You must
Maintain it and be. responsible .for- itsi
operation". .. :,
Kelly, who had requested a face to face
meeting with the Commission -after a
communication from DOT had been inter-
preted as a threat if the City didn't remove
the traffic light at the intersection of Second
Street and Highway 98, said the warning was
given to the City for several reasons, none of
them demanding by DOT.
SThe first reason the letters concerning the
light were written was that DOT has adopted
a highway code which sets standards for
signal lights on state highways, among other
things. "This light should be improved to our
standards if you are to use it, but we are not
demanding even that", Kelly said..


According to state standards, the light
should have a lighted lens facing traffic in
every lane, with a different type activator
which makes the light change. Presently, the
light-has a changer which operates on time
pulses. Kelly said most state approved lights .
. today in such an installation senses traffic on
'the lesser travelled street and causes the light "
to change only when other traffic is present.
Kelly suggested the light needs. these;
changes plus a more substantial pole
arrangement holding the light up. "I doubt if -
the system you now have would hold up the
installation we now desire. .
The other reason for writing the letters
was that state traffic count operations show
there is not enough traffic at this point to
require a light, under state regulations. .'
Commissioners present at the meeting
(Continued On Page 3)


Competition Introduced



Telephone Deregulation Arrives


Deregulation of some aspects of your
telephone service is here as of January 1,1983. It
will affect the ways you get your new phones and
other communications equipment, as well as
your rates and service.
For you as a consumer, this means that you
have more choices because of federal and state
regulatory decisions and new technology. Com-
petition has been introduced into what has been a
regulated service for many years.
As a result,, telephone companies now are
permitted either to sell or to lease new
telephones to customers with one-party service.
But in either case, the provision of new equip-
ment is unregulated, that is, it is not subject to
review by the state public service commissions.
You also can choose to obtain your telephones
from other suppliers. Of course, if you decide to
purchase phones you become responsible for
paying for maintenance either from the
telephone company or an outside supplier.
Under the new rules, telephone companies
are separating their activities into two parts -
one regulated and the other unregulated.
Basic telephone service continues to be
regulated. The local phone company still pro-
vides you with access to the telephQne network,
with your telephone number and your dial tone,
as well as with maintenance of the equipment if


you lease on a monthly basis.
New Phones Not Regulated
Removed from regulation are all new phones
. provided on or after January 1. Whether you are
moving to a new location and need phones, or
simply adding an additional extension where you
currently live or work, these phones will be pro-
vided in a competitive environment. This means
that prices for telephones and business com-
munications systems are being set by the com-
pany the same way a department store sets
prices on its products. Market forces are counted
on by federal regulators to hold down prices and
encourage new products.
Telephones already in place will be offered
for sale in the near future. At that time you may
exercise an option to purchase all telephone com-
pany equipment located in your home or
business or you may continue your present
method of leasing for a period up to five years.
This time period for continuing to lease may be
substantially less than five years but in no case
will extend past 1987.
As part of'the requirements of deregulation,
local telephone companies will be providing
more detailed information in bills to customers.
A single monthly fee that included "end-to-end"
local service for everything from the use of the
phone to repairs at no extra charge used to be
listed on bills. Now this charge will be itemized.


These items include fees for access to the net-
work and rental of the telephone instrument, to
name a couple. The charge for instrument rental
applies only if the customer
chooses to continue this option from the
telephone company.
For details on the new telephone service ar-
rangements in your area, please call your local
telephone company business office.
Competition in Two Areas
Competition has been introduced into two
areas of the telephone industry in recent years
by federal regulators. One area is equipment
ownership and the other is long-distance service.
As a result of this competition, prices for
each service and type of equipment are being set
to reflect their actual cost. Under the old form of
regulation, the industry could keep regulated
rates for long-distance service and business
phone service at a level which helped keep up the
. cost of local service affordable to all.

Under deregulation, the price of local ser-
vice will rise while the price of long-distance ser-
vice may decline, at least for large volume
users. Federal government studies indicate that
local service charges will increase throughout
;the nation an average of 55 percent to 75 percent
because of competition and inflation during the
next- five years. Other responsible sources
(Continued On Page 3)


The telephone business has changed
drastically since the first of the year.
Customers must purchase their own phones
from the company or a store which sells


phones. Here Mrs. Robert Whittle punches
out a number on one of the novelty phones
being offered the customer at a price.
-Star photo


J. PATRICK FLOYD


,. ', ,
Hooking


tip'. 'arts

Workmen are busy this
week installing ceiing
fans in every office in the
Gulf County Courthouse.
The fans are being instal-
led as an economy mea-
sure to cut down on the
use of air conditioning
and heating. Installed at a
cost of approximately
$10,000; the fans are ex-
pected to be in operation
by next- week.
In the top photo, a
workman puts an anchor
stud and wiring connec-
tion up into the ceiling.
The fan will be attached
to the timber.
In the lower photo, a
workman replaces ceiling
tile after a fan anchor and
wiring .connection has .
been put into place.
,-Star photo


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THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, JAN. 13. 1983


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: Secretary of State George Fire-
,"-..: 'stone has called for another tax.
increase.
This time, the tax increase
would be against the advertising
media, a favorite target for increas-
,ing taxes for ages in the past, but
with little results. Firestone prob-
'-aibly 'considers this "-C"safe" new
tax since the rank and file of the
r people would never see it or realize
they were paying it when they
purchased advertised products,
which applies to almost everything
ranging from toilet paper to the
thread which holds the buttons on
our shirt.
Guess what Firestone wants to
do with that added sales tax to
advertising? He would have the
state of Florida take-the sales tax
against advertising and use it for
paying for the campaigns of political
S candidates.
Isn't that peachy?
S Here Firestone and his buddies
can hold a lucrative job with the
state of Florida and have the people
pay for the spending it takes to get
there if he can just get that sales tax
S on advertising passed.
w Firestone said, in proposing the




I .here Are So
I NOTICED IT, AND YOU prob- an
S: ablyy noticed it too. Last week, the wl
-.-papers were full of national columnists' no
--::efforts, rll of which seemed to'be thi
S .written on the same subject, but the su
i-..input was different in each one.
Almost to a man- or woman- the
S 'columnists wrote one qf their daily
efforts on the subject, "What I can Do
:Without the Most in the New Year".
/.. Maybe someone else, who sells
syndicated ideas for columnists to write
S about decided to take the New Year
7 week off. So, he sent out only one idea to
.- his brother columnists, and that idea
;:-:was: write on what you think would be
the most useful thing you could do
without during the new year.
I didn't get that issue of columnists' do
-ideas. As a matter of fact, I don't ever
-remember receiving,6ne. I have to do it be
*--'the hard way. When you do it the hard of
" .. iway, you sit down to a typewriter if you co
: .-are an up-town columnist, or you sit
Down to a computer typesetter key- co
board if you are a country, do-it-your- w
"--self type columnist.
I get arguments all the time, inside



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Wesley R. Ramsey ....
William H. Ramsey
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tax increase: "It may take some
political courage to apply the tax to
Florida's publishers and media
barons, but something must be done
to curb campaign spending that has
reached obscene proportions."
We have yet to see a media in
Florida which has forced a candi-
date to spend 'a campaign dollar.,
What we're trying to say is, that
if the political campaign spending
has reached "obscene proportions"
it wasn't the media that did it. It was
the candidate who was intent on
putting one over on his opponent by
out-spending him and out-advertis-
ing him which made the campaign
costs "reach obscene proportions".
It has been our experience that
the candidate who is spending
money which he came by the hard
way will be more prudent in his
campaign spending. The candidate
who got his money the easy way
(and sales tax money ear-marked
for candidate spending would be an
easy way) tends to be a sky-is-the-
limit type campaign spender.
Don't blame your problems on
us or give them to us to pay for, Mr.
Secretary.


methings
id outside the organization, a
which category I fit in. It's a cinch
t an up-town columnist, and there
ose who are beginning to 1
spicions I'm not even a corn


We have all heard some of
the stories of Jesse James and


his notorious band of outlaws.
Along-with brother Frank and


The bull is getting pore!
One of the things which crossed my
mind that evening when the new Merrill
Lynch commercial came over the TV
was: It looks to me like with the billions
of dollars Merrill Lynch makes each
and every year, they could feed that
bull enough so he wouldn't come across
as, a pore scrawny animal.
If Merrill" Lynch is going to be


the Younger' brothers, Cole
and Jim, he spread terror


-NUILVI I.GLIO


Mother Nature has convinced these azaleas it's Spring in January.


( AMAN'S WORLD


Robbing the Train

with Jesse
BY SHAD PHANTRY


Incarcerated Juveniles Have More Rights Than Kids At Home


To all the people of Jackson School Board and-work on the is in no way meant to reflect other organization.
and immediately surrounding A.G.D. campus as a vocation- attitudes of. the Washington Charges were formally filed
counties. I am writing this .recently by the A.C.L.U. con-
letter to express an-:inside ( E "' cerning mistreatment of Ju-
opinion on the recent adverse LETTERS TO THE EDITOR veniles at Dozier and at other
publicity concerning the Ar, state training schools. It is my
thur G. Dozier School for Boys opinion that the public needs,
in Marianna. I am employed al instructor. This letter states Co." School Board or tne to be made totally aware of
by the. Washington County only my personal opinion and Department of H.R.S. nor any how these schools are oper-


ated.
In reality, these juveniles
have more rights than our own
children have at home. They
have more rights here than
they do on the streets. We
cannot punish the boys for
doing wrong, we.may only
(Continued on Page 3)


I Can Get Along Well Without In the New Year


bout
I'm
are
have
entry,


it was obvious I didn't pay someone ior,
was thrust upon me )ike a bolt out of the
blue the other day, when I heard a new
tune on a TV commercial and I glanced
up from my paper to see what was


ETAOIN SHRDLU

L By:We


-it-yourself type columnist.
Whichever type I am, I haven't
en able to come up with the address
those folks who sell ideas for
lumns.
Such a service would make it
usiderably easier each and every
sek.

ONE OF THE IDEAS I had, which


going on.
It was the same old commercial for
Merrill Lynch, with the bull bulling
around, but the theme was changed
some and the accompanying music was
different. This difference in' the music
was what caught my attention.
It dawned on me that the bull used
for the Merrill Lynch commercial as


beginning to look mighty pore. That
word "pore"- in Panhandle jargon
means "skinny", "not well fed",
"bones showing through the hide".
You get the drift now.


"bullish on America", I would think
that would mean they are confident of
the future and are well satisfied-with
how they have been able to manage
their financial house.
It should mean they have managed
to keep the bull fed and happy with a
full stomach and a smooth side where it
crosses the ribs.
Feed the bull, Merrill: or, feed the
bull, Lynch! All of us out here would
appreciate it.
So would the bull.
+++
ONE COLUMNIST SAID he could
do without any more money-saving tax
cuts and budget balancing during 1983.
I'll buy that.
Here in 1982, when we were
supposed to be concentrating on
balancing the budget, curing the
deficit, giving tax relief to the home-
owner, and forcing real estate tax cuts
with a promise of "tax relief", we have
probably had the most tax increases
during 1982 we have had in the last 20


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


years.
I'm talking about. the total tax
dollars paid by Mr. Wage-earner- or
those 89 percent of the working force
who are still working. Those who aren't,-
working get to pay the tax too, which
some would consider "giving everyone
an opportunity to support our govern-
ments".
There was an increase in the sales
tax. There was an increase in the gas
tax. There was an increase in the excise
tax on some items. There was a
decrease in the number of exemptions
you could legally take on your federal
tax, which amounts to a tax increase.
They tell me I can expect an
income tax decrease in July of this
year, but I will hardly be able to see it.
SInflation was at the lowest level
ever in 1982, but the last load of
newsprint we received here in the
printing plant operation of The Star
cost us 10 percent more than the
previous load, which was received
around June. The increased load was
unloaded in the warehouse in mid-
October.


mean water line.


Jan.13
Jan. 14
Jan. 15
Jan. 16
Jan. 17
Jan. 18
Jan. 19
Jan.20


High Ht. Low Ht.
2302 1.3 907 -.6
2341 1.3 948 -.5
1027 -.5
13 1.2 1052 -.4
48 1.1 1121 -.4
117 1.0 1139 -
145 .9 1137 -.
200 .6 1109 .0
S2026 .5


DOT's Larry Kelly



Does His Job Well

State and federal officials ap- announced a representative of DOT
r to be much more menacing would be in Port St. Joe Thursday to
n they really are when they write discuss the light. From the tone of
a letter and tell you what you past letters concerning the light and
st do in a given situation.' the ominous sound of "I'll be there
Maybe that's why they Write so Thursday morning", it sounded as if
ny letters; they want you to do. the DOT man was coming with his
lething or quit doing something, spare onion sack to pack up our light
they don't really have the official and take it back to Chipley with him.
it to REQUIRE that you do what Things didn't work out that way.
y wish you would. ,The light is still there; it is still
Such was the case in the traffic the property of the City, and it will
t caper involving the City of Port continue to hang where it is, with the
Joe and the Department of City Commission committed to
nsportation. changing it to a more modern
On the surface, it would seem operation in the future if they can
Department of Transportation come up with the money.
couldn't get by for another day The DOT man was a pussy-cat!
he City of Port St. Joe didn't. He was a friendly! He acted as if the
nd some $7,000 and put a traffic people of Florida paid his salary to
t installation at the intersection do the work they wanted done and he
highway 98 and Second Street, considered the people of Port St. Joe
DOT would prefer to see at that are part of those people who paid his
tion. Either that, or take the salary.
t down, which they would rather When was the last time you saw
e happen than renovation of the a public servant who considered
t itself, himself just that a public servant?
DOT says not enough people It was a pleasure to meet with
'e cars by that intersection or DOT's Larry -.Kelly. The City was
k across the street at that able to tell him and show him first
section to justify placing a hand, some of the more flagrant
fic light in the street. problems here while he was in Port
Holding their breath and girding St. Joe and receive what seemed like
r loins in preparation for a a genuine desire to try and do
ck-down, drag-out fight over the something about them.
inued existence of the light, the We need more public servants,
prepared for battle when it was like Larry Kelly.



Don't Blame Us


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throughout the country during
the late part of the last
century. He was, by far, the
most infamous of outlaws
during the late 1800's.
Jesse was a bold and daring
bandit. And although he was
hunted as a robber of banks.
and trains, he had vast appeal
to women because he was a
dashing figure. Like anyone in
their chosen field, he made
mistakes when he first started
his career of lawlessness.


Although he made mistakes at
first, he was fortunate enough
to survive them. That is, until
he met Mr. Bob Ford. Mr.
Ford was the man who
dispatched Jesse to that great
hideout in the unknown. He
had a little help from Mr. Colt
Pistol.
Anyway, Jesse did make
some bad mistakes early in
his career. This is a story
about one of his first train
robberies and a mistake he
made that almost cost him his,
well, his manhood.
When this event occurred
Jesse had just established
himself as a colorful bandit
and a ladies' man. He and his
gang' had plans to rob the
Missouri Pacific Railroad at
Rocky Cut, Missouri. Their
plan was simple. They would
wait on the outskirts of town
and when the train left the
station, but before it had time
to gain full momentum, they
would ride along side and, in
cowboy fashion, leap from
their horses, board and rob the
train. One man would stop the
train (holding" a gun to the
engineer's head) a safe dis-
tance. from town. After the
robbery they would mouw
their waiting horses and make
their get-a-way. Simple and
effective and it almost work-
ed!
According to the plan, Jesse
and Frank would take one car
and the Younger brothers the
second. They would take all
the money, jewelry, and other
valuables from the passengers
and make their flight.
Jesse and Frank boarded
the train car from the front,
both entering through the
same door, with six-guns
drawn. They didn't enter from
the front and rear because
they didn't want to chance
getting shot in a crossfire
from one another's guns.
When they burst through the
door they were pleased to see
that the car was almost
completely full of well dressed
people- people' that, more
than likely, had money.
Everything was going better
than Jesse had planned.
At first no one noticed them.
They soon took notice when
Jesse fired a shot from his
long barreled .44 Colt pistol
.,and then made the following
statement: "My name is Jesse
James, 'and this is a train
robbery! I'm going to rob aW'
the women -and kiss all the
men!"
The pistol shot caused an
immediate hush to fall on the
railcar. r'The statement was
something else! The silence
lasted for about one minute
and then a k strange thing
happened. A young and very
beautiful woman, sitting about
half way down the aisle, stood
and with a very seductive
smile on her face, asked:
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Mail In Those Cards, Folks



Homestead Exempt Cards
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 13, 1983


PAGE THREE


Property Appraiser Joyce
Williams and her staff have
mailed out cards requesting
signatures of homeowners,
who expect to receive home-
stead exemption under Flor-


ida laws this tax year. Signing
the cards is mandatory under
Florida law for a homeowner
to receive the $25,000 exemp-
tion allowed under the law.
A spokesman for Mrs. Wil-


Light....
(Continued from Page 1)
pointed out to Kelly that'there were unusual
circumstances connected with the operation
of this light. There was the problem of heavy
traffic at certain times of the day and the fact
that many elderly people lived within walking
distance of the post office and walked there
every day. They had to cross the street and
the light afforded some safety to them.
Kelly said it would cost approximately
$6,500 for the City to bring the light up to state
specifications. "If you buy the equipment at


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some point ii
come install
"We didn
We came her
let you know
waythe DOT
let us know.'
Kelly req
letter to the
light in opera
replace it wi
future when
The Comr
and took adv
point out wor
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effect in some
beingintrodu
telephone con
During the
telephone se
percent as
Index. Altho
and inflation
increases in
rment leader
competition
policies lead
merit and ser
interest.
; You are i
telephone cor
nation.


predict local
service rates will double or triple.
Measuring local service offers one way to
keep local rates in line with their costs. This
approach measures local usage just like
long-distance calling is measured. Customers
are charged based on such things as the
length of each call and the distance called.
Formany people who use the phone relatively
little, this offers an important way to save
money. Local Measured Service has been in


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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 of
Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association
of Port St. Joe, will be held on
SWednesday, January 19, 1983
at 2:00 o'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.
C. J. STEVENS, JR.
Secretary/Treasurer
Citizens Federal will be closed for business at 12:00 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, January 19, 1983, in order to hold the
annual meeting of members.
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GMAC Financing on '83


liams' office told The Star this
week that the exemption cards
were placed in the mails on
Thursday, December 30 and
should be, in the hands of all
homeowners in the county who


n the future, we will be glad to
it for -you", he said.
Y't come here to take your light.


have their homes recorded in
the county records. The office
urges anyone who owns their
home and who didn't receive 4
card to contact the Apprai-
ser's office at once to receive


Letter


e to offer our cooperation and to (Continued from Page 2)'
of our regulations. If there is any counsel with them. Most of
can help you in this matter, just theseboys are real criminals!
They are here for armed
luested only that the City write a robbery, attempted murder,
)OT explaining why they had the multiple burglaries, rape, as-
tion and that they were willing to msultipl-and other such crimes
ith an approved fixture in the Yet we are concerned about
the money became available. infringing on their civil rights.
mission agreed to the stipulation A student can stand in a,
'antage of the visit by Kelly to staff members face and curse
rk which needed to be done on him or her with every profane
here it joins up with Fifth Street word imaginable, spit in his or
ty. her face or even throw a cup of*
urine in his or her face. What
ce f ya a are we as staff members,
e cities for many.years, and it is allowed to do? Write a nega-
ced or considered by many other tive behavior report! That's
mpanies and state regulators. allt '
past two decades, the price of All these things have hap
rvice has risen less than 25 as just about every
nuc.h as the Consumer..,, opened, so has just about every
much as the Consumer Pric other form of disrespect that
ugh deregulation, competition you can imagine. When boys.
now are combining to cause are physically subdued and or'
basic phone rates, the govern- plaed ,in restraiudt, it is
s favoring ,deregulation and because he is totally out of
believe these new national control. This usually includes
ing to greater choice inequip- such things as kicking people,
rvices will be in the consumer hitting people with fists, spit-
ting, screaming profanities,
invited to contact your local breaking furniture, windows,
mpany for any additional infor- typewriters and other equip-
typewriters and other equip-
ment or personal possessions.
What other control mea-
el to u sures do we have, but to use
H elp to u It hand cuffs or shackles on
these uncontrollable indivi-
S i* duals.
Sm ok ming r I feel very sincerely that if
Ms. Claudia Wright, the
How many times lave you A.C.L.U. attorney, would_
made a promise to yourself work here for one week as a
that you are going to quit teacher or as a cottage parent
smoking and "kick" the habit she would drop the law suit
forever? Unless you just flew and commend us for the fine
in from Mars you are aware of job that we do. I strongly
the health hazards of cigarette suspect that no one has ever
smoking. Surveys show .that spit in or thrown urine in her
most people would like to quit face. '
smoking. It is 'my opinion. that if
Edwin R. Ailes, Executive something is not immediately
Director of the Gulf County changed to give us more
Guidance Clinic, Inc. has control over these boys, Jack-
announced that the Guidance son and surrounding counties
Clinic is presently surveying may soon start to feel some
-' the -community to-determine very painful effects because of
"the interest- and "need-for our .legal inability -to control--
conducting a "Stop Smoking them.
Program" at the Clinic. Ac- My solution: I challenge all
cording to Ailes, the purpose the citizens of this area to
of this program would be to educate themselves on the
offer behavioral i or psycho- situation ,at Dozier. Then"
logical techniques for. indivi- contact your state legislator
duals who would like,' to and demand that something
discontinue their smoking be done to control this situa-
habits. Ailes suggested that', tion before it gets totally out of
this program would be for control. I personally believe
individuals who are commit- that a local or state grand-jury
ted to spending some time and investigation is in order, to
effort in discontinuing their deternejust exactly who is
cigarette smoking habits.'. being mistreated by the stu-
Any persons interested in dents. If something drastic is
the "Stop Smoking Program" not done soon, I feel that we
through the Gulf County Guid- may all have to suffer some"
ance Clinic should contact Mr. ,severe pains.
SAiles at 227-1145. If there is To conclude, let me say that
sufficient community respon- we do have some boys here
se, the program will be who are very worthy of all the
initiated in the immediate help they can get. They know
future. Individuals who initial- they have broken laws and
ly "sign up" for the program want to pay their debt to
will be served on a first come society so they can get on with
basis. their lives. These few boys are
the only ones who make us
staff members feel that our
S' cause is worth while.
Thank you,
S Ron Wood
S' '. ozier


NOTE OF THANKS
We shall always be grateful
for the many deeds of love and
concern extended to us during
the illness and loss of our lov-
ed one. There were so many
expressions of sympathy and
compassion from our friends.
Thank you everyone; May
God's blessings abide with you
always.
Mrs. A. P. (Bob) Jackson
and All the Family


Mailed

your exemption card. If the '_
card isn't signed, the home-
owner faces the prospect of
paying county, school and city
taxes against a $25,000 valua-
tion of their home they would T
receive exemption from by ST R-ET m C
signing the card.
An added feature of the
exemption cards this year is
that they are enclosed in a YOUR DOLLAR
self-mailer. The homeowner
may, sign the card, place it inat Boyles Gigantic Clearance Sale!
the self-mailer and return it to oy.. n Cla nc S l..
the Appraiser's office, or they
may bring it by the office in 1982 FASHION CLOTHING AND SHOES MUST GO!
person
The cards are mailed out
each year by. the Appraiser's Closing Out at 33%% to 50% Off
office, but have a different A o O A a.
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TNOTE OF THANKS A special thanks to Rev.
S-SSA-T Test-. Words cannot express our Browning, the V.F.W., Com-
thanks to you for the many forter Funeral Home, Tyndall.
The Florida SSAT II Test is acts of kindness shown during. Air Force Honor Guards, the
being given by the Gulf County the death of our beloved honorary pallbearers: David
Adult School January 24-28. brother, Francis Porter. Maddox, Cy Williams, C. G.
Any Adult student who is Thanks to the Nazarene Costin, .Jr., Ashley Costin,
very close to finishing his Church, The Assembly of God Jason Dykes, Josh Dykes, and
course of study needs to check Church, the First Baptist Carl Wood; for a wonderful
with his adult school teacher Church, and all other friends service.
to see if he needs to take the and relatives for the food The Family of
test f '" ''" urnished. Francis Porter


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E God's Love Is An
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Homeowners are eligible for
the full $25,0090 homestead
exemption, regardless of how
long they have been residents
of Florida or Gulf County. This
relieves them of the responsi-
bility of paying. taxes on at
least $25,000 of the value of
their home. Taxes must be
paid on assessed values over
the $25,000 exemption. For
example, if your home is
assessed by the Appraiser's
office as being worth $35,000,
the property owner pays taxes
on $10,000.
In the past, homeowners
who had lived in the state for'.
less than five years, received
only a $5,000 exemption for
those first five years of
residency. After that time,
they received a $25,000 exemp-
tion. This past fall the state
Supreme Court. ruled the full
exemption must be applied to
all homeowners, regardless of
length of residency. The deci-
sion has been appealed but in
the meantime, homeowners
are, eligible for the full $25,000
exemption regardless of resi-
cency.'
Homeowners have until
March 1 to return the signed
exemption cards. After that
time, if the cards have not
been returned, the laws of
Florida require the home-
owner to pay taxes on the full
assessed value without benefit
of the exemption.


,had
(Continued from Page 2).
"Jesse, don't you have that
wrong? Aren't you going to
rob all the men and kiss all .the
women?" !
Almost immediately a re-
tort from the very back of the
train confused the issue even
more. A short man with a
small, neat hat on his head
stood and 'with both hands
planted firmly on his hips,-
demanded, "Why don't you sit
down and shut up, Wench?
Who's robbing this train, you
or Jesse James?"
Jesse let Frank rob that side
of the train!!!


Gunn

(Continued from Page I)
itself, is still taxable.
-Agreed to express objec-
tions to the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission for
allowing an extra doe deer
taking day in part of Gulf
County without first informing'
local people of their inten-
tions.
-Named Clerk Jerry Gates
as the, county's temporary
official representative to the
Apalachee Planning Council.
-,-Purchased a truck for the
Road Department from St.
Joe Motor at the low bid of
$7,112.80. Eight bids were
received.


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PAGE FOUR


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 13, 1983


Susan Ann VanderWerf

and John Hicks To Wed


Teresa Lynn Lee and

Tony Rich To Marry


Retired Lt. Col. and Mrs.
William C. Lee of Panama
City and Jerry N. Pattison of
Thousand Oaks, California
have announced the engage-
ment and forthcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Te-
resa Lynn Lee to John An-
thony Rich, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Joe Rich, Sr., of
Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect graduated
from Judson High School in
San Antonio, Texas, and re-
ceived an associate of arts
degree in business adminis-
tration from Gulf Coast Com-
munity College. She attended
Florida State University and
graduated from' the Univer-


Mr. and Mrs. Martin Van-
derWerf Jr. announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Susan Ann, to John Lee Hicks,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John
L. Hicks, all of Chipley.
Susan is a graduate of
Chipley High School, Chipola
Jr. College and Auburn Uni-
versity School of Pharmacy'.
She is presently employed by
Gulf' Coast Pharmacies, Inc.
of Panama City.


sity of West Florida with a
bachelor of science degree in
marketing. She is employed as
a customer representative.
with Copy Products, Inc.
Her fiance graduated from
Port St. Joe HigN School and
attended Gulf Coast Commun-
ity College, He is currently
employed with St. Joe Paper
Company.
The wedding is planned for
February 19 at 7:00 p.m., EST
from the First Baptist Church
in Port St. Joe. All friends and
relatives are invited to attend.
- A reception will follow im-
mediately after the ceremony,
in the social hall of the church.


Lt. Col. Hix Will

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First

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


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Chief of Public Information
North American Aerospace
Defense Command, Colorado
Springs, Colo., and Public
Affairs Director Air Defense
Tactical Air Command.
As National 'Defense Chair-
man, using material provides
by the National Society DAR,
Mrs. Roberts keeps members
alert to external and internal
dangers to our country's Con-
stitution, our independence,
sovereignty, freedom and sol-
vency in her reports at each
meeting. The National De-
fense Committee has always
advocated a strong American
Military Defense.
"Fostering Patriotism
through National Defense" is
the theme for the January
meeting.
Making reservations for the
luncheon are hostesses Mmes.
Stiles Brown, Roberta Hard-
en, W. E. Greer, and W. 0.
Cathey, Jr.


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MRS. ROBERTS


Couple Are Wed


Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gay of
Port St. Joe are proud to


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their daughter, Kimberly
Elaine Gay, to James Bas-
come Roberts, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harley B. Roberts, also
of Port St. Joe.
The couple were married on
January 7 by Judge David L.
Taunton. Friends and rela-
tives attended.


Susan Ann VanderWerf


Two Local Cosmetologists

Attend National Show


Mrs. James B. Roberts,
National Defense Committee
Chairman for St. Joseph Bay
Chapter DAR, will present the
speaker, Lt. Col. Jerry Hix,
Public Affairs Officer with the
'Uriited States Air Defense
Weapons Center at Tyndall
Air Force Base, for the
organization's January 19
noon meeting at the Garden
Center.
Col.. Hix is a graduate of
Auburn University, was se-
lected as an Outstanding
Young Man of America in
1971, and has received various
journalism and public rela-
'tions awards. His military
decorations include the De-
fense Meritorious Service Me-
dal, two Meritorious Service,
and three Air Force Commen-
dation Medals.
He is a member of Rotary
International.
Before coming to Tyndall
Air Force Base, Col. Hix was


CARD OF THANKS
Thank you for your many
acts of kindness shown me
during the time of my sorrow.
The cards, flowers, food and
prayers were much appre-
ciated.
Hubert Thomas


(Does your health insurance plan
help protect against large medical
expenses from-long term illness?



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411 Reid Aventua
229-8514 or 229-6 103


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Like a good neighbor. State Farm is there
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company
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keyword for the. latest in
fashion, from National Hair-
dressers and- Cosmetologist
Association.

BIRTHSS

Keesha Roxanne

Linton
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Linton
of 105 Monica Drive, Ward
Ridge, are happy to announce
the birth of a daughter,
Keesha Roxanne., She was
born January 8th, and weigh-
ed eight 'pounds and five
So u n c e s .
The new arrival was wel-
comed home by her brother,
Darrell, and her sister, De-
lana.
Timothy David
Gainous
Mr. and Mrs. David .C..
Gainous wish to announce the
birth of their son, Timothy
David Gainous, 9n Saturday,
January 8, at Gulf Coast
Hospital. He weighed 5 lbs. 10
ozs.
Grandparents are Mrs. Jo.
Ann Gladys of Mexico Beach,
and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C.
Gpinous of Highland View.


John is also a graduate of
Chipley High School, Chipola
Jr. College, and the University
of West Florida. He is present-
ly employed as' a teacher in
Port St. Joe.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, April 2nd, at the
First United Methodist
Church in Chipley. Local
invitations are not being sent,
but all friends and relatives
are cordially invited to attend.


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Gladys Brown of Glad's
Backyard Beauty Parlor, and
Carolyn Jones of Aline's Coif-,
, fures, Inc. have previewed
American Reflections hair-
fashions for spring-summer

in premiere presentations for
both men and women at the
National Beauty Show Janu-
ary 9-11 in New Orleans.
lh addition to learning the
new styling techniques for
Spring-Summer, Glad and Ca-
rolyn reviewed the latest in
salon products and technology
at the show, which is sponsor-
ed by the National Hairdres-
sers and Cosmetologists As-
sociation.
The Spring-Summer hair-
,,hio ,premiere presentation
included fashion runway
showings of the new seasonal
hair fashions combined with
Spring-Summer designer
fashions from New York.
Other features of the show,
titled "Inspiration '83", in-
cluded a skin care conference,
America's hairfashion compe-.
titions for ladies, men's and
student's styling and classes
on haircoloring, perming and
salon management.
The American Reflections
hairfashion collection demon-
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Laura Suzan-
ne Newberry would like to
take this opportunity to thank
everyone for their acts of
kindness shown them during
the loss of their child.
The flowers, food, cards,
prayers and telephone calls at
our time of need were greatly
appreciated.
We would especially like to
thank the Highland View
Baptist Church and Brother
Jerry, also, all the employees
of St. Joseph Telephone Co. for
* their special kindness.
May God bless each and
everyone of you. -
Lang and Ginny Newberry


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"Darlin 'Dolls "Performing
Darlin' Dolls" will performances during half- vanced beginner class will the Tiger" will be the in-
ein t for the enjoy- time. perform a dance number to termediate class.


-ment of spectators at each
'home, Shark basketball game.
The "Dolls" will present their


The beginner class will pre-
sent a glove routine to the tune
"I Am A Promise". The ad-


"It's A Hard Knock Life".
Performing a twirling routine
to the ever popular "Eye of


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 13, 1983


SSpec./4 JessieMyers On

Duty In West Germany


The "Darlin' Dolls" are
baton students of Cindy Belin.


Spec. 4 Jessie R. Myers, son
of Jessie R. and Pinkie J.
Myers of Wewahitchka, has
arrived for duty in Hoechst,
West Germany.
Myers, a telecommunica-
tions specialist with the 22nd
Signal Battalion, was previ-


ously assigned at Hunter
Army Airfield, Ga:
He is a 1978 graduate of
Wewahitchka High School. -
Fresno, California is the
"raisin center" of t]b
United States.


.Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith

Smiths Observe

50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith Mrs. Marie Giddiens of Texas.
rer' honored by their chil- The reception was hosted by
ren on, the anniversary "of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Smith
heir 50th year of marriage, and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
.he repention was held at the Smith.


Smith home at 607 Woodward
Avenue.
Many of the couples' rela-
tives and friends called during
the afternoon Saturday, to
wish the couple well and
congratulate them on -their,
long marriage experience.
The Smith's children in-
clude Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
Smith of Port St. Joe, Alfred
Smith of Grand Ridge and


CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Mrs.
Mattie Bowers wishes to thank
everyone for their acts of
kindness during the illness
and passing of their loved one.
May God continue to bless
each of you is our prayer.
Mrs. Sadie M. Dawson
and Family


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James W. Harper, a 1953t
graduate of Wewahitchka
High School, graduated from
Troy State University with a
Bachelor of Applied Science in
Resources Management.
Graduation Ceremonies were
held at the Pensacola Naval
Air Museum on December 11,
1982. He is presently employed
with Troy State University
and is pursuing studies for a
masters degree in Public
Administration.
Jimmy is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. H. Harper, and is


married to the former Carolyn
Byrd of Port St. Joe. He
retired from the Air Force
with twenty years service in.
August, 1980. They reside in
Ft. Walton Beach, and are the.
parents of two children: An-'
gela, who is married to Kevin
Daniel and is a senior at
Moorehead State University in
Minnesota; and Randy, who is
a freshman at Okaloosa Wal-
ton Junior College in Nice-
.ville.

"World Choir"

In Concert Sat.
The "World' Outreach'
Choir" will be in concert
Saturday night, January 15th,
at Thompson Temple Holiness
Church, 224 Avenue E, begin-
ning at 7:30 P.M.
Guest group will, be the
"New Hope Baptist Church
Choir" of Wewahitchka.
Everyone is invited to at-
tend.


Pvt. Greg S. and Becky
Jones of DeFuniak. wish to
' announce the birth of their
daughter, Leslie Marie, on
January 2. Leslie weighed 8
lbs.. and 3 ozs. and was 20
Inches long.
Leslie was the first baby
born at Wiregrass Hospital in
1983. She was the winner of the
Geneva County First Baby
Contest, and 'received many
gifts.
Pvt. Jones, who is stationed
at Fort Leonard Wood, Mis-
souri was home on leave for
the birth of his daughter, but
had to leave Monday, January
3. Just, before he left, he held
his daughter for the first time.
Leslie's grandparents are
Eva Hanna and.Ted Parker of
DeFuniak, and W. A. and
Bonnie Jones of Port St. Joe.


Two men were college Pres-
idents before they became
Presidents of the United
States Woodrow Wilson
and Dwight Eisenhower.


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Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor


SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT .................... 7:00 P.M.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 13, 1983


Country, gospel, pop artist
B. J. Thomas will be appear-
ing in Panama City at the
Ocean Opry with Wayne Ra-
der and family for two per-
formances, 6:30 and 9:30 P.M.
on January 29th. Proceeds will
-:. benefit the American Heart
Association.
: homas's big hit of the '70's
:..:-7 as "Raindrops Keep Falling
..; on my Head", and a succes-
sion of other popular cross-
over tunes. He reached into
gospel music after a personal


Mrs. Pfost Hosts

Presbyterian Women


crisis in his life and came .up
with four Grammy awards in
.that field. After a four year
period of not performing or
recording, he has re-entered
the entertainment business
with a new album and is
heavily competing with other
musicians who can make a
song something special by
giving it. something of them-
selves.
Advance adult tickets are
$8.50. Advance children (un-
der 12) tickets are $5.00.


Everyone's Rushing to the
Exciting

First Baptist

Church
Port St. Joe, Florida
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
I ible Study .... 9:45 A.M.
(All ages)
Worship ...... 11:00A.M.
(Broadcast live
WJOE-AM and WGCV-FM
Church Training 6:30 P.M.
Worship ...... 7:30 P.M.
"The end of your search for a friendly Church!"


Masons Install New Officers


New officers were recently install-
ed by Port St. Joe Lodge No. 11,
F.&A.M., for the year 1983.

The new officers, shown above, are,
left- to right: John Tatum, Junior


Deacon; Greg Godwin, Junior Warden;
Guerry Melton, Worshipful Master;
Clynton Peterson, Senior Warden;
Norman Martin, Senior Deacon; Carl-
ton Chandler, Chaplain and Joe Pippin,
Secretary.


Other officers installed and not
resent for the picture, were: Bob
inith, Senior Steward; Jim, Beaman,
Junior Steward and Phil Tomlinson,
Tyler.


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They'll remain crisp longer
and ,won't turn brown.


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648-5011 Sales 648-5716 Rentals or 648-8939


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* Faliski trailer, 3 bdrm. ...................
* Carol's Folly, 2 bdrm ................ .
* Retreat, 2 bdrm ..................... .
* Sea Fever, 2 bdrm .................. .
* Sundial, 2 bdrm .................... .
* Gulf W inds No. 1, 2 bdrm.............. .
* Gulf Winds No. 2, 1 bdrm.............. .
* Lanier Cottages, 2 bdrm., 3 bdrm. ........
* Warren James, 2 bdrm............... .


$400
$275
$400
$200
$200
$230
$200
$250
$350


I Last Rites for Sybol E. Gortman


Sybol E. Gortman, 59, of'
Wewahitchka, passed away.
Monday in-a Panama City
hospital following an extended
illness. She was a life-long
resident of Wewahitchka.
She is survived by: two'
sons, James Harold Gortman


and James Larry Gortman,
both of Wewahitchka; two
daughters, Ida Mae Renick of
Aurora, Colorado and Thomas
Jean Gortman of Wewahitch-
ka; one brother, Roy Jenks of
Sopchoppy; three sisters,
Johnnie Mae 'Yo of Scotts


Grace Gatleen Passes Away


Grace Gatleen, 91, passed
away Wednesday, January 5th
at her home in Port St. Joe.
She is survived by: two
sisters, Mrs. Rosa Jones apd
Lillie Mae. Williams, both of
New York City; one daughter,
Rosa Lee Williams; and five
grandchildren.


Funeral services were held'
Sunday, January 9th at 1:00
P.M. EST at the Philadelphia
Primitive Baptist Church with
the Rev. G. H. Wilson officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
Forest Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fu-
neral Home.


Funeral Held for Francis Porter
Last rites .were held Wed- in charge of the military
nesday for Francis Porter who salute. Rev. Howard Brow-
passed away Monday of last ningofficiated at the services.
week at the home of his sister, Honorary pallbearers in-
Minnie Lynn. clouded: C. Y. Williams, David
Full military rites were Maddox, C. G. Costin, Ashley
given Dykes at the graveside Costin, Carl Wood, Josh Dykes-
services with VFW Post 10069 and Jason Dykes.


- Public Notices -


NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Gulf County School Board will
'receive bids until 9:00 A.M., C.T. January
17, 1983 through January 21, 1983 In the
oi,.:e o nthe Superiterndenl oi Scnoois
,r. ihree 13i875 185 5Tires. twenty one (21i
900x20 Tires and Tunes, and Iwo (2)
7.50x16 Tires.'
These may be seer, at Ine Dus shop
behind the old Wewahlichka Elementary
School between me hours of 700 A M
and 11:00 A.M., and Noon 3 00 P M, Mon-
day Inrough Frioaa Bid forms are avail-
aDie al tie Bus Barn or. the Superinten
dent's Office. The Board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids Please
mark your bid envelope. '."Tires and
Tubes." '
/al B.Waiter Wilder, Supt. 2t'113
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Gulf County School Board will
receive bids until 9:00, A.M., EAS:T.,
January 17, 1983 through January 21,
1983 In the office of the Superintendent
of Schools on eleven (11) 900x20 tires,
tubes and liners;.and seven 17i 875x16 5
tires. These may be seen at tne bus shop
in Ward Ridge between the hours of, 7-00
A M and I I 00 A M ana Noon 30G P.M
M.nia inrougrn Frida Bida forms are
aalaDiiie a Ithe Barn or the Superinlen-
dent's Office. The Board reserves ;the
right to reject any and all bids. Piease
mark' your bid envelope "Tires end
Tubes". ...
Is/B.Walter Wilder, Supt.. 2t 1in3
T NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Gulf County School Boaeo will
receive bids until 9:00 A.M., E S.T
January 17, 1983 through January 21,
1983, in the office of the Superintendent
of Schools on the following vehicle: One
(1) 1965 International Bus, (15 pazer.gegi
Serial #SB514788-E. This venice nmay ce
seen at the .Bus Barn in Ware Ridge The
successful bidder must' rerrc-.e enicie
The Board reserves the rign to elect
anyland all bids. Please marN your Did
envelope "Sealed BId-Veh : ie ana in
clude the I.D. number.
Is/ B. Walter Wilder, Supt, 2 .
21 1113

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE Of
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
IN RE: The Marriage of
MELVIN' RICHARD McCLYMONDS,
Husband. Respondent.
And
SONIA FAYE BYRD McCLYMONDS. ,
Wife. Petitioner.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Melvin Richard McClymonds.
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you arere-.
quired to Serve a copy of your Answer .or
other response to the Petition on Peti-
tioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ..
P. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office. Gulf County Coir-
thouse. Port St. Joe. Florida, on or before
the 20th day of January, 1983. If you fall.t,
do so.; a Final Judgment for'the rel(.f


sought may be granted by Default.
DATED this the 20th day of December,
1982.
JERRY GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
By: Is/ JoAnne Pridgeon,
Deputy Clerk, 4t 12-23

STATEMENT OF
NONDISCRIMINATION
St. Joseph Telephone & Thlegraph Co.
has filed with the Federal Government a
Compliance Assurance In which it
assures the Rural Electrification Admini-
stration that it will comply fully with all re-
quirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights
Act of 1964 and the Rules andl Regula-
tions of the Department of Agriculture
issued thereunder to the-end that no per.
son in the United States shall, on the
ground of race, color, or national origin,
be excluded from participation In, be
denied the benefits of, or be otherwise
subjected to discrimination In the con-
duct of Its program and theroperation of
its facilities. Under this Assurance, this
organization is committed not to dlscrim-
inate against any person on the ground of
race, color or national origin' in its
policies and practices relating to applica-
tions for service or any othe policies and
practices relating to treatment of bene-
ficiaries and participants including rates,
conditions and extension of service, use
of any of Its'facilities, attendance at and
participation in any meetings of benefi-
ciaries and arrticpants or the exercise of
any rights of such beneficiaries end parti-
cipants In the conduct of the operations
of this organization.
Any person who believes himself, or
any specific clash of Individuals, to be
subjected by this organization to discrim-
ination prohibited by Title VI of the Act
and the Rules and Regulations issued
thereunder may, by himself or a repre-
sentative, file with the Secretary of Agri-
culture, Washington, D.C. 20250, or the
Rural Electrification Administration,
Washington, D.C; 20250, or this organiza-
tion, or all, a written complaint. Such
complaint must be filed not later than 180
days after the alleged discrimination, or
by such later date to which the Secretary
of Agriculture or the Rural Electrification
Administration extends the time for filing.
Identity of complalntants will -be kept
confidential except to the extent neces-
sary to carry out the purposes of the
Rules and Regulations.
it 1-13


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


MtIFEpolitan
UIFEfcEALni.AUTUHOML.RklmIR.NI


The Presbyterian Women of
the Church met at the church
Monday, January 3, at 1:30
p.m., with Mrs. William Pfost
as hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Ray Purdy. Mrs. Stiles Brown
gave the devotional, based on
Colossians 1:21-2:7.. In a short
biographical sketch of Paul,
she stated that he was a well
educated Greek Orthodox
Jew, who remained a Jew,. a
Pharisee, and as a member of
the Sanhedrin was entitled to
be heard before Caesar; that


The V.F.W. Post 10069, John
C. Gainous holds its meeting
every second Tuesday and the
fourth Thursday at Motel St.
Joe at 7:30 p.m. tfc 11-4

The Board of 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


S-Star photo. 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
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There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. Ill, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00p.m.
GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
Joe Pippin, Sec.


Ferry, Susie Grice of Wewa-
hitchka and Elouise Causey of
White City and three grand-
daughters. .
Funeral services are -in-
complete at this time.and will
be announced later by Com-
forter Funeral Home.


Ralph Franklin

Suber
Ralph Franklin Suber, 84,
brother of George Suber of
this city-and a former long-
time resident of Wewahitchka,
passed away Monday at his
home in Panama City. He was
a self-employed television
technician.
Suber is survived -by his
wife, Mrs. Eloise B. Suber of
Panama City; three daugh-'
ters, Mrs. Madeline Ridings of
Warner Robins,' Ga.,, Mrs.
Marguerite Mullikin of Bosco-
bel, Wis., and Mrs. Wanda
Croft of Belmount, N.C.; 12
grandchildren; eight great
grandchildren and two bro-
thers, George F. Suber of Port
St. Joe and Roy W. Suber of
Wewahitchka.


Mrs. A. P.

Wakefield
Mrs. A. P. Wakefield, a
former long-time resident of
Port St. Joe, passed away 4in
Jacksonville December 30 fol-
lowing a long illness. She was
the widow of A. P. Wakefield.
The Wakefields lived in Port
St. Joe during the St. Joe
Lumber and Export days,
where Mr. Wakefield worked
as an auditor of the firm.
Mrs. Wakefield is survived
by one daughter, Mrs. Ella
Grace Marchus of Jackson-
ville, six grandchildren and 10
great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
from Hardage and Son Funer-
al Home of Jacksonville with
interment in Evergreen Cem-
etery.


he was known as a founder of
churches, and this was a letter
of rebuke to the Colossians for
their failings and pressing for
the reconciliation between the
Jews and the Gentiles.
Mrs. Harold Beyer, presi-
dent, gave a resume of the
circle's activities for 1982.
The February meeting will
be held at the church with
Mrs. Hugh White, Jr. as
hostess. Mrs. William Pfost
will give the devotional.


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.




YARD SALE
Seaside Ceramics, Mexico
Beach. Ceramic molds, fur-
niture, odds and ends. Every-
thing must go. Starts Satur-
day, 9 a.m. CT.
YARD SALE: Friday, Jan. -
14, 9:00-1:00, 206 10th St. Twin
size Bed and misc. items.


SATURDAY SALE
NAPA Oil Treatment
16 oz. can reg. $2.38
50* Ea.
Limit 1-No RainChecks
THIS SATURDAY ONLY
St. Joe Auto Parts


HIGHLAND VIEW UNITED

METHODIST CHURCH

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



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

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




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Finish it yourself and save or pay us to finish your
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U HARRISON AVE. OPEN
Panama City Tues. thru Sat.
763-4918 10'tfll5:30CT


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P. 0. BOX 13332, MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS

In Florida call 904/648-5717
All Others call 800/874-5299 TOLL FREE


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Large 2 bedroom house, on
lal-ge chain link fenced lot, ex-
S cNel. location on Garrison Ave.
Utility rm. and single car
garage attached. Air condi-
tioner and some appliances to
remain. Call 229-8346 after 6
p.m. tfe 1/13
House and property in
: Panama City -in Millview
area. For more information
call229-84. 2tc 1-13
Beautiful 3 bdrm. home with
fireplace, modern kitchen &
zz::-;- dining room, with lots of
cabinet space. MUST Sell due
to sickness. May be seen
anytime at 219 7th St., Port St.
Joe. 4tc 1-13
.One lot, 1 bdrm., 1 ba.
Trailer at Howard Creek. Call
229i8520;or 618-8499 after 6;00
p.m-. 2t/ 113

":' ~ Two lots at Mexico Beach.
Fo'r more 'information call
648-5807. 2tc 1/13
Lot for sale, St. Joe Beach.
Cleared with driveway. Call
.after'5.648-5352. 2tp 1/13


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


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Mexico Beach Duplex, 1 yr.
old. .Each apartment has 2
bdrm., ba., kitchen, dr/Ir
combo,'-arpet, a/c, Is "lot
within walking distance of
Gulf. Priced to sell at $44,500.
Call 648-5070 or 648-5621. ,
Business lot, west corner of
Highway 71 and Reid Ave.,
Port St. Joe, Call 229-8771.
75'x175' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15
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

HOUSE FOR SALE
1302 Garrison Ave., 21
bdrm., 1 ba., cen h/a, kit-
chen, breakfast rm., din.
rm., liv. rm., utility rm.
Fenced' in back yard, nice
neighborhood. Phone 227-
1731. tfc 7-22


For S leby Owner 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
.Call 904/968-5464, Pensacola tic9-3o
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S Large 4 bdr.' 3'ba. brick horriein excellent neighbor-
Sood Cenlral heat and air. Fireplace and rnany extra
features. By appointment only.

3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry home with carport on Ig. lot in
good neighborhood. $33,500.00.
S 3 bdrm., 1 ba. frame dwellingat 110 Duval St., Oak
Grove. Only $8,000.00.
1 acre inland tracts, 3 miles from city. $4,995. 10% down.
Owner financing.
'". FOR RENT: 2 bdrm. unfurnished.house at St. Joe Beacd
$125.00 per mo.
HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133 Port St Joe
Roy Srilh, Associate John Clenney, Associate


-2 bedroom frame house, in
excel. condition. 1404 Long
Ave. Phone 229-8355. tfc 12-2

L.ot on Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach, 3 blocks off beach.
High and dry. 648-5994. 2tc 1/6


AUTO

1982 Ford Escort, loaded,,
14,000 miles. $700 equity and
take over payments. Has ex-
tended warranty for 36 months
or 36,000 miles. Call 229-6233.
ltpl/13
1975 Datsun B210. Call Bud-
dy at 229-8222 or 229-8313 after
6. ltc 1/13


'1973 Olds Cutlass Supreme,
.loaded. Call 229-6673 after 4
p.m. Itc 1/13
1973 Ford Van $895; 1970
Chevrolet truck, 1 ton w/
aluminum insulated body
$1,595. Heavy duty boat trailer
for 18'-24' boat, completely re-
worked $295. Call 227-1251 or
227-1764.
1972 LTD Ford, 4 dr., body
needs work, motor runs good,
good mill car. $200.00. Contact
Lang Newberry at 229-8929.
ltpl/13
1974 Datsun B210 Hat-_
chback, low mileage, $900.
Can be seen at 124 2nd St.,
Mexico Beach.
Dixie D Used Cars
& Car Wash'
Hwy. 98 & 41st St.
Mexico Beach
1962 Chevy Nova, 2 dr.
'1956 Ford, 4 dr. ........$995
1974 Honda Civic ........ $995
1973 Cry. New Yorker,
4-dr.,nice ........... $1350
1975 Olds 98 Regency,
ex. clean, priced right ....
,Q7 Chexy.s/s pickup,.,
must see ......... $1,850
Call 648-5016
1978 Ford Econoline Van,
customized by Winnebago, 351
V-8 engine, 41,000 miles. Call
227-1893. tfc 12-9
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


ERA PARKER REALTY
SHighway 98 & 31'st Street

w5Mexico Beach, Florida E
64X5777 or 1-800-874-5073 FLORIDA)


MEXICO BEACH. Perfect home for young or
old. Beautifully decorated with all extras &
comforts. 3 bdrms., 2 ba., great rm.
w/fireplace, din. rm., well equipped kit.,
laundry rm., carpet, ceiling fan, cen. h&alc,
screened porch & more. Lg. shaded corner
lot, chain link fence, walking distance to
beach. Virginia Ave.


MEXICO BEACH. 1 yr. old double wide
mobile home on 2 lots (150'x1121'/). 3 bdrm.,
2 ba., includes dishwasher, frost-free refrig.,
stove, carpet, cen. h&alc, extra nice. Corner
6th St. & Florida.


NEW GULF FRONT TOWNHOUSES

Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate


MEXICO BEACH. Energy efficient double
wide mobile home on 1.05 acres, 3 bdrm., 2
ba., cen. h&ac, carpet, walk In closets, laun-
dry rm., 12'x30' screened porch, exc. insul-
ation in walls, roof & floor, wood panelling
interior, wood siding exterior plus separate
utility bidg.:'Dwner will finance with small
down payment. Hwy. 386A.


MEXICO BEACH. 1981 double wide quality
mobile home with 1,500 sq. ft. of excellent
extras on 75'x100"landscaped lot. 7th St.


Orena Miller, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate


':1


FOUND: 35 mm camera.
May claim at The Star office,
306 Williams Ave., by identi-
fying.



HE A WANE

The Gulf Co. Senior Citizens
Association is accepting ap-
plications for the position of'
Project Director. This respon-
sible, administrative position
requires, as a minimum: a
Bachelor's degree in.a Human
Services field and (2) two
years of professional ex-
perience, including admini-
stration and supervision, in a,
human services program.
Applications may be obtain-
ed at the Association Office,
Ave. D at Peters St., P. 0. Box
776, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
The deadline for receiving
applications will be 5:00 p.m.
EST January 21, 1983. 2tc 1/13
Part time jobs with potential
full time earnings. Complete
training. No experience
necessary. Excellent commis-
sion. Management openin'4
available when qualified. C41l
Carletta at '769-2363 for an
appt. 2t 1-5
Immediate Job Opening
C.E.T.A. Coordinator to
serve Gulf County
Must be a Gulf County resi-
dent. Make application 6by
Jan. 17, at the Bay County
School Board Personnel O6f-
-fice; 5205 W. Hwv. 98, Panama
City, FL. Call 904/769-1431.
2tl/6


In-Store Training, Grand
Opening, Fixtures Installed,
Call Right Now! Mr. Gibson at
Mademoiselle Fashions
501-329-1360



Wanted: Would like to buy
good used gocart or gocart
frame. Call 229-6343 after 6:30
p.m.



Trawl winches, net and long
line reels, light and heavy du-
ty booms and trawl davits.
Coastal Machine & Tool,
Foley, AL. Call 205/943-5850 or
205/943-5367 day or night.
4tc 1/13




BOOKKEEPING &
INCOME TAX SERVICES
are available at reasonalbe
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
Will babysit and do
housework and care for the
elderly. Call 229-8933, Eliza-
beth Thompson. 2tp 1/13
HAIR IT IS!
Now Open Monday thru Sat.
9-5 CST
Wed. & Thurs. Evening until 8
Come and see Sandra for
beautiful natural solar nails.
Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach
648-5854
2tc 1/13


AVON To Buy or Sell
Call Mrs. L. Z. Henderson'
Group Sales Leader
227-1281
tfc 12-2
FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
& Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If.no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft. Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
tfc 1-21
LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
Carpet Upholstery
Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 11-4
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


1979 Jeep CJ5. 6 cvl.. excel. Mexico Beach, 3 bdrm.
cond. Price $.3.850. Call mobile, furnished, excellent,
6i39-2460. Wewa. 2tp 1/6 near water, yr. round rental
references required. $175 mo.
Call 638-7850. 2tp,1/13
Mobile home, 3 bdrm., I'
F Rba., Georgia Ave., St. Joe
.. ., Beach. No pets or small chil-
One unfinished 8'x35', 3 ax- dren. $225 monthly, $100
le, goose neck trailer, 4"x6" security deposit. Call 229-8029,
double layer steel tube frame, 9 to 5 weekdays. 2tc 1/13
extra heavy duty. $1,500.00 or 2 bdrm. furnished house at
best offer. Call 229-6353. Itp Howard Creek, Murphy Rd.
Furniture Upholstery, 15% No pets, carpeted, elec. stove
discount on work of $100 or & refrig., gas heat, $100 per
more through January 28, month, $50 deposit. No collect
1983. Call Louise Varnum, calls 763-1190.Mrs. G. E. Cain,
227-1469. 2tc 1/13 906E.Carolyn Blvd., Panama
City 32401.
16' fiberglass Glaspar hull --
boat with electric starter 35 SKI BREEZE
h.p. Evinrude, 65 model with Camping, mobile home, 2
15' tilt trailer. 5 h.p. Sears '73 bdrm. apt. and campers for
model. $250. Call 227-1342 or rent, day, week or month. On.
229-6580. tfc 1/13 the gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
5 h.p. Sears walking tractor Res. 229-6105.
and complete garden set of
tools including turning plow, For carpets cleaned the way
middle buster and cultivator. professionals do it-at a frac-
1 set French glass doors tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
2-8-6-8; 1 solid cedar dining Vac, the portable steam
table 62x42, over 500 2" blocks carpet cleaning system.-
for top; several new 'quilts Available at Western Auto,
never used; 1 20 gal. old phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
fashioned wash pot; 1 Me- No need for wet carpets.
Cullough chain saw; 1 1953 Dry clean them with HOST.
Dodge ton pickup, good Use rooms right away. Rent
tires, no rust. All above in first machine. St. Joe Furniture.
class shape. A. H. Matthews, 227-1251.
203 2nd St., Highland View.
Call 227-1489. 2tp 1/13 Room for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
1981 14'x56' mobile home on Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
rented lot, 2 bdrm., cen. h/a. Reid Ave. tfc 7-1
Take over payments. Call
229-6604. tfc 12-2 Available soon: Commer-
cial building on Reid Ave. For
12 string Ovation guitar, more information call 229-6374
new condition. Reasons -for after 5 p.m. tfc 11-4
selling, strictly preferential.
Fame guitar w/built-in pick- Beachfront apartment,
up, in hardshell case, good some utilities paid. Mobile
cond. Elkhart clarinet, needs home space. Beacon Hill.
work, $50. Call 639-2243 or 648-8398. tfe 11-25
639-5650. tfc 12-16 Waterfront furnished house.
One 12x55' 2 bdrm. 1970 year round rental. Hwy 98,
Sheri mobile home,-new hot Beacon Hill. 4 bdrm., 2 ba.,
water heater, new commode, separate living rm., din. and
$4,500.00 with new 20,000 btu kitchen area. 4 double beds.
air cond.; $4,00000 without air Elec. kitchen, heater, a/c,
cond. Call anytime 648-8359 to water included. Call in Wewa
see. 2tp 1/6 639-5073. 4tpl-6
24' oyster boat. $450. 22'
Sportscraft boat for sale,
$3,500. Call 648-8430. tfe 1/6
Own Your Own Business! *
Jean Shop Children's Shop
lDress Shonn .5 t n f 1.500


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


SEARS IS AS CLOSI
YOUR TELEPHONE


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Ales


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Leon PollockOwne
410 ReId Avenue


The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida O
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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


REEVES FURNITURE & t

g REFINISHING SHOPPE
Phone 229-6374

Call and Talk to Us About Get-
ting Your Furniture Refinished
to Look Like New. We Buy and
Sell Used Furniture.




PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., HighlaindView
Port St. Joe, Florida-32456
904/229-6235
';:tfc 6-5.
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also sbme yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
lfc7-3
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems iii day-
to-day living. Gulf- County
-Guidance Clinic. Port St Joe.
227-1145 i24 hours.


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Now Ready to Se
Your Accountin
Income Tax Nei
229-8536
220 Reid A
(- Next to Boy
PORT ST. JOE,

Wauneta'
Accounting
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Closed Apalachicol
WAUNETA BREWER P
Owner


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306 Reid Avenile-.
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ANN'S PLACE of CAKES
Magellan St., St. Joe Beach
648-5258
Open 9:00 5:00 Monday thru Saturday
* CAKES FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS
* ART LESSONS BY APPOINTMENT
* ART SUPPLIES
* NEW SHIPMENT OF READY-MADE FRAMES


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229-6073


411 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL


H&R BLOCK


The Incomee Tax People


CONSULTANTS: HOURS:
* Jacquelyn Quarles Mon. Fri. 10:00-5:30 p.m.
Linda Johnson Sat. 10:00-12:30 p.m.
Ann Strait
Appointments Ava bIle at Your Convenienceo


* 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 BoYVen, owner 648-8914


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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,
Self service or drop-off
tfc 11-18


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
1322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe,
Phone 229-8899
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--VAGI


Over Apalachicola and Bay High


Sharks Take Two Big.Victories


lead at halftime and went on to
out-score the Apalachicola
five in every period of the
game.
Demetrius Jones paced the
Shark scoring with his 15
points. Danny Givens had 14
points, Josh.Jenkins, 13 and
Marty Russ added 11.


Apalachicola had Jones as
its only player scoring in
double figures, with 15.
Defensively, Josh Jenkins
had 11 rebounds and Russ,
eight. The Sharks shot 14 for 24
from the free throw stripe.
Score by quarters: ,
Port St. Joe 17 19 22 14-72


Apalach 4 12 6 12-35
PORT ST. JOE-Russ, 4-3-1
11; Clements, 3-1-7; Pittman,
0-2-2; Jenkins, 5-3-13; Cadwell,
4-0-8; Woullard, 2-1-5; Givens,
6-2-14; Robinson, 1-2-4; Poole,
3-0-6; Bird, 1-0-2.
APALACH-Williams, 4-0-
8; Jones, 7-1-15; Clements,


Dump Altha and Dumped by Sneads


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CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin Avenue
SUNDAY SCHOOL ........ 0-00 A.M.
SMORNING WORSHIP .......... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ......... ... 600 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING .......... 7:00 P.M.
dlIHHHII 41O41Q[IJI01OlI H II0.HHH 0|0| H |l||0o I010 | l ) I '!U 1U I )t


PORT ST. JOE VETERINARY CLINIC
Announces
FULL-TIME OFFICE HOURS
SMALL ANIMAL SURGERY &
MEDICINE
Monday thru Thursday
9:00 to 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 to 5:30 p.m.
Call 229-8400
TIM NELSON, D.V.M. HOBSON FULNER. D V.M.
4lc 116





COSTIN INSURANCE


SAGENCYT, INC.


Big Sc

Wewahitchka's Gators
bombed and were bombed in
basketball action over the past
week.
Last Friday, the Gators put
a 79-49 shellacking 'on the
Altha Wildcats on the Gatorse
home court.
Everyone but .the manager
scored for the Gators as 11
players put points on the
scoreboard. Clifford McFann
put the most points up for the
Gators,,with an even dozen.
Bubba Williams and Vincent
Jones both added 10 for the
Gators.
Jim Pumphrey had 17 to
pace the Wildcats.
The Gators jumped off to an
early lead in the game and
were never behind or in
trouble.
WEWA-Jones, 4-2-10; Mc-
Fann, 5-2-12; Addison, 2-0-4;
F. Baker, 3-0-6; Scott, 3-3-9; H.


res In, Gator Games


Baker, 4-0-8; Bidwell, 3-1-7;.
Bostick, 2-0-4; Williams, 2-6-
10; .Holmes, 2-1-5; Maddox,
2-0-4.
ALTHA-Middleton, 5-3-13;
Pumphrey, 7-3-17; McCroan,
1-1-3; Fallin, 1I6-8; Yon, 2-3-7,'
Shelton, 0-0-0; Davis, 0-1-1.

Tuesday night, the Gators
were the victim of a bombing
attack by the Sneads Pirates.
The Pirates took an easy
102-66 lead over the Gators in
Sneads.
Vincent Jones was the big
man for the Gators with 18.
points and Frank Baker had
16. Curtis Johnson led,all the
scoring with his 28 points for
'the Pirates; 24 of them in the-
first half.
The Pirates had only a 15
point lead at halftime, but
exploded in the second half as""


Guida nce Clinic


Faces Shortage


of Fuinidingf


Ned Ailes, director of the
Gulf County Guidance Clinic,
spoke to the Rotary Club last
Thursday..
Ailes described some of the
services offered by the clinic
and reported the local ser-
vices may face dark days
ahead with the present econ-
omic situation which is seeing
funds cut for other services
which are substantially sup-
ported by state or 'federal
funds. Ailes' said the local
clinic had already started .an
economy niove,'ayear or two
ago, whep. outside funds start-
ed tight&'ni'g up. The local
clinic is financed 60 percent' by
state and federal' funds, with
the other 40. percent of opera-
tional expenses coming from
local participationin one way
or another'
Ailes said one of the big
pluses for the local clinic is
that patient fees are increas-
ing which has helped the cliflic
budget immensely.
The clinic also receives a
substantial payment from the
School Board which contracts
with the clinic to test school
children and operate classes
for children who may have
some learning difficulty which
they can help with.
The clinic also diversifies by
offering diagnostic services in
court: cases, counselling ser-
, vices for private individuals,
marriage counselling' and
other programs designed to


give peace of mind to their
clients, such as weight loss'
programs. "This program has
proven to be very popular here
in the Port St. Joe areal, Ailes,
said. ,
Presently,, the clinic has
about 300 clients seeing them
on a regular basis and .64
patients who are receiving
after care services from the
clinic. During the past year,
the clinic has seen some 3,000
: Guests of the club were Dr.
Rick Morley and Pat Fuller of
Panama City; Dr. Dan Cherry
of Ft. Rucker, Ala;, and Cindy
Dunlap and Becky Bateman,
Wheelettes.

Meetings

to Discuss

Proposals
A series of public meetings
'have been scheduled by the
Florida 'Game and Fresh
Water' Fish Commission to
discuss hunting and fishing
proposals for the 1983-84 sea-
sons and receive comments
from the public. ,
The meetings will be held
January 17 at the Calhoun
County Courthouse in Blounts-
town; January 18 ,at the
Department of Transportation
auditorium in Tallahassee;
SJanuary 19 at the Gulf Coast
Community College Language
Arts auditorium in Panama
City arind January 20 at the
Escambia County Health De-
partment auditorium in Per-
sacola.
"'he meeting held in
Blountstown will differ great-
ly from those meetings the
public is used to," said Major
T. L. Garrison, Regionai Ma-
nager for the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission.
He said the GFC's regional
staff for northwest Florida
would be at the Calhoun
County Courthouse on the 17th,
.from 2:00-4:00 P.M. and 7:00-'
9:00 P.M. to discuss ideas or
problems with the public on a'
one-to-one, basis. The remain-,'
der of the meetings will be
conducted similar to past
public meetings.
The Tallahassee meeting
will begin at 7:00 P.M.;
(E.S.T.) and Panama City and.
Pensacola meetings at 7:00:
P.M. (C.S.T.).
Garrison said although
there are no controversial
items presently facing north-
west Florida, his staff would
present a number of topics for
discussion and .public com-
ment including wildlife man-
agement area regulations,
either-sex deer hunting and'
the alligator program. ,


the Pirates could do nothing
wrong andthe Gators could do.
nothing right.
WEWA-Addison, 3-1-7;
Baker, 5-6-16; Jones, 8-2-18;
,McFann, 2-0-4; H. Baker,
3-0-6; Goodwell, 1-0-2; Bostick,
E1--2; Williams, 4-0-8; Holmes,
1-2-4. .
SSNEADS-B. Johnson, 6-0-
12;- C. Johnson, 10-8-28; J.
J, Johnson, 1-1-3; Holmes,
16-113; Lewis, .4-2-10; Boles,
3-5-11; Wooden, 3-3-9; Wil-


liams, 3-0-6; Smith, 4-0-8;
Sneads, 0-2-2.

Next Tuesday, the Gators'
will travel to Greensboro and
then to Grand Ridge next
Thursday.
Gator girls will travel to
Apalachicola today for a 5:00
p.m., game and be at home to
Greensboro Monday at 5:00
*p.m. The team goes to Chatta-
hoochee Tuesday 'for a 5:00
p.m., contest.


Congressman

Don Fuqua

Reports


I was pleased and honored
last week when my colleagues
in the Democratic Caucus of the
U.S. House of Representatives
again elected me to serve as
chairman of the Committee on
Science and Technology.
Once again,' my election,
was by an overwhelming;
margin actually the(e was
only one vote cast against me
in the 267 member caucus -
while the Democratic Policy
Committee recommended me.
unanimously to serve another
.term as chairman .
The Committee on Science
and Technology plays a major
role in shaping the future course
of the nation through its
jurisdiction over all non-military
research, development and
demonstration programs con-
ducted or supported by the
federal government.
Areas coming underjurisdic-
tion of the committee include
such diverse subjects as space
and aviation, surface transpor-
tation, all forms of energy,
agriculture, -the environment,
science policy, national
laboratories, the National
Science Foundation, and
natural resources.
Having now served two full
terms as chairman of the com-
mittee and for two years prior
to that during the illness of
the previous chairman as act-
ing chairman I feel that such'
overwhelming support from my
colleagues is evidence not only
of their confidence in my abil-
ity 'to handle fairly the issues
which come before the commit-
tee, but in the effective work


which the committee has per-
formed over the past several
years.
I plan to continue serving
also during this Congress as
Chairman of the Subcommittee
on Energy Development and
Applications so that I can con-
tinue to have an influence 'on
the development of alternative
energy programs for the nation.

I welcomed the chance last
week to talk in Washington with
Dr. Walter Smith, President of
Florida A &'M University and
Dr. Charles Walker,' Dean of
FAMU's School of Pharmacy
about their exciting idea to
create a Center for Aerospace
Pharmacy, motion sickness and,
circadian rhythm research.
FAMU has been conducting
much of this research with
NASA support for eight years
but could significantly broaden
the scope of research if all
elements were combined at a
single 'center.
Such'a center would make
FAMU a world leader in ,this
form of research and greatly
enhance its international
reputation.
Dean.Walker's eminence in
his field has already' been
recognized by the U.S. Olympic
Committee which named him as
a consultant on Chronopharma-
cology and Athletic Per-
formance.
I feel the idea to centralize
space pharmacy research has
great merit under the able
leadership of Dr. Walker at
FAMU.


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



7i.j 7 niied Metodt ChL rch

Constitution and Monument Ave.
'9 Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ......... ............... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ....................... 7:30P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M.




HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAY SCHOOL ....................... 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ............. 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7:30 P.M.
Nursery Provided BRO. JERRY REGISTER


2-1-5; Hoyd, 0-1-1; Joseph,
1-0-2; Brown, 2-0-4.

The Sharks took the wind
out of the Bay High Torna-
does' sails Tuesday night,
trouncing the Bay county
team, 76-47. The Sharks made
14 of 17 free throws for an
incredible 83 percent shooting
from the charity stripe.
The Sharks had only a two
point lead at halftime, but
poured it on in the last
quarter, burning the nets for
34 points. .
Center Durey Cadwell scor-
ed more points than any Shark
this year in a single game
Tuesday night as he paced the
Sharks to their win over Bay.
Cadwell had 31 points for the
night to lead both teams in
scoring. Josh Jenkins had 18
points for the Sharks.
Tony Myrick led the Torna-


does with 12 points.
Jenkins again led the Sharks
defensively with his 11 re-
bounds. Robinson had five.
Score by quarters:,
Port St. Joe 16 10 16 34-76
Bay High 14 10 8 15-47
PORT ST. JOE-Russ, 2-2-
6; Pittman, 1-1-3; Jenkins,
8-2-18; Cadwell, 12-7-31; Woul-
lard, 1-24; Givens, 2-0-4;
Robinson, 3-0-6; Byrd, 2-0-4.'
BAY HI-Green, 2-2-6; My-
rick, 5-2-12; Hall, 3-0-6; Smi-
ley, 2-0-4;. Holland 4-1-9;
Brown, 0-1-1; Hundley, 2-2-6;
Hunt, 1-1-3.
The Sharks face a big week
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night, the Sharks host the
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week's cage schedule.:
Last Friday night, the
Sharks beat their neighboring
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35 in a relatively easy effort.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THUB/SDAY, JAN. 13, 1983


Take Care ol


i Y ROY LEE C/l ITER
Extenplon Dir sector
S'f you were the lucky:
recipient of a di sh garden,
potted flower or f( diage plant
.. his -lsChristmas, y, ou are piro-
'bably wondering; l how you
should care for y( )ur livingg"
gift. Most' home own ers kill
their plants with i ~ndniess. My
information for* this article


was provided by IFAS Exten-
sion Horticulturist, Dr. Robert
J. Black.
Over-watering and over-
fertilizing often cause more
.problems than a lack of these
essentials for plant growth.
Keep the following ideas in,
mind and your plants will be/
with you for many years to/
come. /


Show Faitri In Future



Bil.i.i Pine
Suffering ttie pangs of recssion more Alabar
Than most industries, Isoutlemrn forest th, repoi
based comp ties showed d a firm faith in Montgon
the future during th.e 1981-82 tree 'for the
planting se ason. activity.
S Almost a i billion tree s- 967,847,219-. forestry
were repo r-ted planted' by forest indus- tree-plan
try firnf, in the Southern Forest ravaged
Institute': 5 annual sun /ey. The figures 1979. Ne'
represent' t an increase ()f 14 percent'over city ma
the prev tous year and, 106 percent more than eve
than the planting ratU ten years ago. Arkans
SSFI b gan the survey: y of trees planted centage
: y y mdi jstry on its ov vn and on other percent.
private lands in 1948, when 26 million The fi
trees were put in the ground. planted
Ove .r the years man millions of these which
seed wings have gone t( nonindustrial regenera
tree- farmers who practice forest also do n
mar ,agement on their 0 n lands. on state
I i t other th,
People in the forest business are half the
ur,Ed to looking iaheag," said Jim on comp
Pd ontgomery, SFI's executive vice A maj
president. "It takes years to .grow a reported
tf'.,ee" for paper andi lumber or plywood. trees as
Iflven in these to'agh tim's they know continuir
'people a generate on from now are going gram. T]
-to need more hor nes and papers and all faster, st
/ 'the other things that comd from trees." to fire
"You can't miait until you need it to woods tr
:plant a tree," he added. < While


SYour]

first of all, there is no such
thing as a house plant- a
plant intended to grow inside a
hme, office, or other build-
ipgs. When plants are grown
iidloors several restrictions
are imposed upon them. Lack
of sufficient light and low*
humidity are probably the
most severe restrictions but
temperature, can also be' a
problem.


Living Gift


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ss Planted
ma slowed the greatest grow- tree farme
*ting ,n increase of 43 percent. for repeat(
mery suggests two explanations they repress
state s leap in tree planting the forest a
The Itate's industry and other nonindustri
Interests mounted a massive quarters of
mting effort to restore forests "The Sou
by Hurricane Frederick in grow the ir
w industry, tree nursery capa- going to ne
del more seedlings available factor in m
1r9efore. needs. But
sas was next highest in per- lands alone
iricrease with a growth of 37 potential,
S, must make
gures do not include acres *who' aren't
by direct seeding or those Southern
were prepared for natural ces in Atl
ition without planting. They American F
ot account for seedlings grown ered, in Wa,
*-owned nurseries planted on tion and ec
in industry lands. More than products in
seedlings planted were grown sors the Air
any nurseries. to ericoura
jority of the pine seedlings, timberlands
grew from seeds of 'superior
part of southern forestry's
ig genetic improvement pro-
'hey can be expected to grow
raighter and be more resistant
and disease than run-of-the-
ees, Montgomery said.
industry forests and those of


Many foliage plants prefer a
latively strong, filtered or
ftused light. Place near
windows or light fixtures, but
void direct sunlight or very
irk areas. of the home.,
owering plants such as,
unms and poinsettias will
and more light than foliage'
ants, and should be placed in
ight areas.
Watering is one of the chief,






In'82

rs are being well managed
ed crops of trees, he said,
sent only a small fraction of
creage in the South. Private,
ial owners hold almost three-
4 the southern forest.
th," said Montgomery, "can
increased wood the nation is
eed; and it can be a major
meeting world wood and paper
industry can't do it on its
. If the South is to meet its
good forest management
sense to these landowners
now practicing forestry."
Forest Institute, with offi-
anta, is a division of the
Forest Institute, headquart-
shington, D.C. The informa-
lucation arm of the forest
dustry, the Institute spon-
nerican Tree Farm System
ge management of private
5.


causes of failure with plants in
the home, especially for con-
tainers which don't have
drainage holes. Generally
speaking, most house plants
will require a thorough soak-
ing once a week. Water only
when necessary and don't let
the pots stand in. saucers of
water unless Athe plant are,
very tolerant to excess water.
Overwatering can kill the
plant roots and increase
chance of disease and even-
tually kill the entire plant.
SMost" plants grow well in
temperatures of 60 to 70
degrees. Don't : place the
plants in drafty locations
where sudden changes in
temperature occur and don't
place plants too close to
a radiator or air conditioner.
Proper fertilization is ano-
ther important part of grow-
ing healthy plants. Follow all
the directions on the container
so that you don't over fertilize
your plants. Too much fertili-
zer can eventually kill your
plants.
Watch for the common
symptoms of foliage plants
troubles which are as follows:
Brown tips or burned mar-
gin of leaves, caused by too
much fertilizer, plants dried
out temporarily, or wind
burn; Yellowing and dropping
of leaves, can be caused by
gas fumes, chilling, over-
watering, poor drainage, and
poor aeration; Weak growth
or light green or yellow leaves
indicate too intense light, lack
of fertilizer; or a poor root


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heat, lack of water, or root
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Gulf MINUTES

,Gtlf County School Board


The Gu;lf County School fo
Board me t in regular session pi
on December 7, 1982 at 9:00
AM in thi. Gulf County Court-
house in' Port St. Joe. The
following board members
were present: Ted Whitfield,
Waylonl Graham, Gene Raf-
field, Paul Sewell, Oscar
Redd. f'he Superintendent was
also pi:esent.
Chairman Whitfield presid-
ed a'nd the meeting was
openie.d with prayer and fol-
lower 1 by the Pledge of Allegi-
Sarice.
On. inoti n by Mr. Graham,
second by welll, the minutes
of November 2, 12, 16, 1982
were unanimously approved.
A. discussion was held on a
Sclnool F' od Service Break-
fast progi am being offered in
thie Gulf County Schools. On
motion b:, Raffield, second by
Redd, the- Board unanimously
voted nor to participate in a
breakfast program at this
time.
it wias the unanimous vote of

the Boa rd for Gene Raffield
and Te- Whitfield to remain
on thi. Recreation Committee
for the 11982-83 school year.
On m tion by Sewell, second
by Gra' am, the Board unani-
mously approved the follow-
ing per sonnel matters:
Grar ted a maternity leave
for Mi nnie Likely during the
month of January, 1983. The
.Board also approved that she
be alh wed to use her accumu-
lated Isick days during- this
leave-
:APp roved Joy Ailes to, teach
out-of|-ield for the 1982-83
school year;
" Aceefted the letter of resig-

SApp'oved a request from'
Ada Iozier to return to her
position as custodian at Wewa-
hitch-ia High School in Janu-
'"ay 1.983. Mrs. Dozier was
grantiel a leave of absence
7-13-8/;/
SBidci were received on Certi-
ficate of Deposits from We-
"wahithka State Bank and
Florida First National Bank.
On motion by Graham, second
by 'Redd, all voted YES to
accept the highest and best bid
of Wewahitchka State Bank.
Copies are on file' in the
StUvMerintendent's office.
IThe Board reviewed each
dcost center's budget. No ac-
I..tion necessary.
--Oft motion bv Graaham


-second by Sewell, the Board
-unanimously voted that the
-bils: be paid.
O- n motion by. Graham,
second by Raffield, the Board
Sdnanimously adopted a Reso-
'lution for participation in
Gateway Educational Com-
: iuter Consortium for the
1982-83 school year.
On motion by Graham,
.Second by Redd, the Board
unanimously approved that
s:6i e used tires and Bus No. 32
previously used in the Build-
'ing Trades program as sur-
plus and should be advertised


r bids and removed from
property records.
There being no, further.


business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on
January 4, 1983 at 5:30 PM,


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