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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: February 10, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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Industry --Deep Water Pqrt- Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLQRIDA 32456 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1983


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Ask for More Job Opportunities In Courthouse


A group of approximately 10
black citizens of Port St. Joe.
approached the County Com-
mission Tuesday, calling for
their help in providing jobs for
black people in the offices of
the courthouse.
With E. L. Fleming acting
as the primary spokesman,
the group pointed out they
wanted "only what was right"
and.didn't expect any special
treatment in the matter.
4- Fleming set the tone of his
group by.. stating, "It's our
Sduty to come and work out our
problems like Christians' I
Don't believe in accusing. We
S ..'. need to work out (our prob-
M:- lems) as neighbors and
friends."
Fleming, James Dumas, L.
S Patten and Rev. Otis Stall-
worth, all pointed out they had
been largely unsuccessful at
securing positions in the court-
house offices for blacks. "We
were told our children didn't
E. L. Fleming questions the board on what his group will have enough education to fill
have to do in order to help black youths qualify for .the positions before. Then we
Z employment in Gulf Cpunty Corithouse offices. -Star photo put our pennies together an
sent them to school and still




Blood Drive Weds.


Red Cross Sets Goal of 60oUnits


The American Red Cross
blood services division is
getting geared up for a blood
drive to be conducted here in
Port. St. Joe on Wednesday,
February 16. .. -...- .-
The drive will be held in the
- Gulf Pines Hospital, under the
direction of Red Cross, with
Red Cross technicians con-
ducting the operation, which
will be held between the hours
of 1:30 to 6:00 p.m.
According to Steve Olivier,
Red Cross blood services
director for the Gulf Coast


Region, Red Cross has set a
goal of 60 units for collection
on February 16.
Olivier said the periodic
drives are necessary to keep
Sup ah inivenf6orof blobd which
is provided to everyone in this
area who need blood, regard-
less of what hospital they are
in. "If your area gives Red
Cross blood, Red Cross. pro-
vides them blood for. only a
nominal handling fee," Olivier
said.
Red Cross provides pure


and fresh whole blood supplies
to most of the hospitals in this
area, including Gulf Pines.
They make a charge for
collecting, treating, storing
and distribution,-but. there-is-
no cost for the blood when it is
given. The program was en-
tered into by area hospitals a
few years ago to insure a pure
and dependable supply of
blood for their patients.

Olivier said donors' may
safely contribute blood every
56 days.


they have to leave the county
to get a job", Stallworth
observed.
Dumas said there was a
little misunderstanding about
how these things run. "We're
just asking the county to hire
more blacks. What can we do
to get some token in the
door?"
Some blacks-are employed
on the Road Department, the
Mosquito Control department.
and on the custodial force at
the courthouse .
Commission Chairman Billy
Branch told the group they
had jurisdiction only over
these forces. "These other,
offices are run by elected
people and they have the
responsibility for their own
employees. We have nothing
to say about who they hire or
fire".
Fleming said they had been
to the offices and received no
satisfaction as to what they
could do.
As the meeting and the
discussion wore on, accusa-
tions were finally pin-pointed
on the offices of the Property
Appraiser, Tax Collector and
Elections Supervisor. "We
can't get a black employed in
these offices, full time."
Fleming pointed out one
office had hired a black
part-time, but not for full
employment. It was later
revealed this part-time posi-
tion was in the office .of
Elections Supervisor Cora Sue
Robinson. Mrs. Robinson later
stated her office. was funded
for only a part-time employee
and she really,:,'e.,
more than that,-The part-time
employee is black.'
Property Appraiser Joyce
Williams told the group, "I
will hire more blacks if the
county would give me more
money in my budget to do it
with".
Chairman Branch then
(Continued on Page 2)


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AnnualBanquet Set for IondayNight


JESSE W. BURT
... Chamber speaker


"Who will be Gulf County's
Citizen of the Year?" is a
question a lot of Gulf Couriti-
ans are asking. It will be
answered next Monday. Feb-
ruary 14 at the .Gulf County
Chamber of Commerce an-
nual dinner. Sometime after
the 7 p.m. start for the affair,
to be' held in the Commons
area of the Port St. Joe High'
School, the first "Citizen of the
Year" will be named.
'Noln, Treglown, C .of C
President, reports a lot of
suspense and' anticipation
about the award. "All the
members of the Chamber
Board of Directors have been


asked who will be honored,"
he said, adding that there
were a great many candi-
dates. "The number of people
who have made contributions
toward the welfare of Gulf
County is truly astounding,"
Treglownr said, "and. we are
more aware than ever of how
many unsung heroes-heroines,,
too, there are among.us." The
plaque will be presented to the
Gulf Countian the Chamber
Board members felt best
typified the kind of selfless
dedication needed- to help
make the area a better place
to live. The first honoree was
selected by the Directors; in


future presentations, there
will be nominations and popu-
lar balloting.
In addition to the name of
"Gulf County's Citizen of the
Year," guests at the Valentine
Day dinner will hear a talk by
Jesse W. Burt, Director of
Industry Services for the State
Department of 'Education's
Division of Vocational; Tech-
nical and. Adult 'Education.
Burt is a. sought-after speaker
throughout the South.
County Clerk Jerry Gates:
will install the Chamber's new
officers for 1983-84. They are:
President, Mel"Magidson, As-
sistant States Attorney; Vice-


President, William Altstaet-
ter, St. Joe Paper Co.; Secre-
tary, Glen Williams, Florida
National Bank; and Treasur-
er, Dick Lamberson, St. Joe
Auto Partsi
Treglown has announced
that distinguished guests from
throughout the State are ex-
pected to attend the dinner.
"It's going to be an out-
standing evening," he said.
"In addition to the great steak
dinner, there will be a full
program and one that every-
one will enjoy." Reservations.
for the dinner can be made by
phoning the Chamber of Com-,
merce, 227-1223.


Officials Queried On Hunt


Commission Wants Explanation of Reasons


Major Tom Garrison, chief.
enforcement officer of :the
Florida Game and Fish Com-
mission in this district,
brought help with him Tues-
day, when the County Comm-
mission asked him for an


explanationri of why the doe
* deer season was held in Gulf
County and why it was handl-
ed in the way it was. The
Commission felt there was too
much hunting pressure placed
on the G. U. Parker Reserve in


When someone gets it, the
cold is spread from person to
person by personal contact.
"The disease afflicting the
Parker deer works about the
same way. There are so many
deer there the disease spreads


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north Gulf County, resulting in
too many hunters in the field,
the wrong day designated for
hunting and too many deer'
taken
In the state as. a whole,
Sunday only was designated
as doe day,. but in G. U.
Parker, the extraordinary
hunt was expanded to two
days, Saturday and Sunday.
Garrison brought Fred Stan-
berry, division director of the
Wildlife Service; Dr. Allen
Egbert, assistant director and
Bill Bartush, regional wildlife
service biologist, to explain
why the doe season was held in
Florida and in Gulf County.
- Bartush gave probably the
most reasonable answers to
the questions, when he ex-
plained there. were too many
deer in the Parker reserve and
'as a result, they were diseased
and low in weight. Bartush
said the disease problem was
much like the common cold.


fast".
Bartush said the disease
was not harmful to humans
and was more a nutritional
disease than it was from any
other cause. "A healthy deer
could fight off this small
problem with natural body
defenses", Bartush said.-
Bartush said the present
deer herd ranges from one
dedr to 25 or 30 acres. He said
the hunt proved the deer to be
in poor physical condition and
said, "I think we did them as
much good this year as we've
ever done."
Garrison pointed out that
records show the deer have
been declining in body weight,
antler size and reproduction
over the past few years. "We
had to take some severe
measures to bring them out of
the present situation", he
said.
One of the biggest objections
the Commission had was to


how the hunt was handled. Asi
it, wound up, many county '
hunters were denied permits:
for the special hunt, the:
emphasis on Sunday was:
objectionable arind too many-
hunters eventually flooded:







Major Tom Gar-,
rison, foreground, re-.:
gional director of the:
Game and Fresh Wa
ter Fish Commis-'
sion; Dr. Allen Eg-
bert, assistant direc-
tor, Wildlife Serkice,
far left; Fred Stan-
t, berry, division direc-
tor, directly behind
Garrison and Bill
Bartush, regional.
Sb wildlife, biologist,
partially hidden by- '
Stanberry. Doug
Kent, mosquito con-
trol director, right.
Garrison is explain-
ing why a recent doe .
deer hunt was neces-
sary in Gulf County.
-Star photo








into the hunt area.
Stanberry -said at the time
the hunt was proposed, there
was very little to no reaction
to it from the hunters. "We
still had openings for the hurt'
over a month after the permits'
became available", he. said.
Stanberry admitted there
were too many hunters in the '
area but stated that if the hunt.
is held again, these problems'
will be taken into considera-
tion.
For their explanation,' the
game people said they felt the
hunt was necessary and most
of the problems were of a
"first time" nature and would
be corrected in the future.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other. business matters,
the Commission:
-Received a report from,
the Apalachee Planning Coun-
cil that their request to obtain
(Continued on Page 3)


Gates Calls for Grand Jury Investigation of Lakes


Says He Feels Govenor Doesn't Know How Situation Was Handled


Jerry Gates, Secretary-Treasurer
of the Dead Lakes Water Board, this
week called for a state-wide Grand
Jury investigation of the manner of
appointment of Harland 0. Pridgeon,-
William Linton and Forest A. Revell
to the board and the removal of Jim
Bozeman, Jerry Kelly and Clayton
Shiver from the board at the end of
their one-year term.
In a four and a half page letter to
The Star Tuesday at noon, Gates out-
lined his reasons for thinking a state-
wide grand jury investigation of the
situation is mandatory and necessary.
(Gates' letter will be published in
next weeks's issue of The Star. Its
length and time of arrival in the office
made it impossible to use the letter in
this week's issue-Ed.)
In his letter, Gates hits at irreg-
ularities in the removal of the three
members and replacing them with
new ones. He says queries made as to
why the change was made were either
not answered or answers given which
were later denied by other per-


sonalities involved in the matter.
Gates said direct questions asked
as to why certain parties had recom-
mended the change were answered
with denials and placing the blame on
other parties, who subsequently
denied they had anything to do with
the selection.
Gates' letter also asks the ques-
tion as to why three members of the
board were 'replaced and the other
two left seated, .when all terms ter-
minated at the same time.
In the letter, the official of the
Dead Lakes board raises questions
about the construction of the dam in
the first place, land deals adjacent to
the. dam and lake property and points
out the involvement of relatives with
the construction of the darning the first
place and the subsequent sales of
lands.
WHO MADE APPOINTMENTS?
Gates asks the question, in his let-
ter: "What I, and a lot of other people,
would like to know is who did recom-
mend these parties be nominated to


replace the current members and why
were only three of.the five members
replaced, when all terms expired at
the same time."
The letter proceeds to point out
that Gates does not believe the Gover-
nor knows about all this. The appoint-
ments come .from the Governor's of-
fice, but usually they are made by an
aide on the recommendation or con-
currence of local supporters of the
governor who happens to be in office.
Gates stated, "I have tried to tell
him (the Governor) without success,
and therefore I have no alternative,
based on these connections, both
family, financial arid involvement
with the construction of the dam, but
to ask Attorney General Jim Smith,
the highest ranking law officer in this
state to put this before the State-wide
Grand Jury for investigation.".
In the meantime, Gates intends to
ask the Governor to remove the re-
cently appointed members from the
District and re-appoint those mem-
bers just removed. "Those members


have received undue criticism and un-
just removal from office,,' Gates con-
tinued.,
ued.INVESTIGATED
Gates letter continued to report.
that one of the first things the ousted
board did when taking office was to
call on the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Com'nission, Department of En-
vironmental Regulation and Depart-
ment of Natural Resources, re-
questing they provide the District
with any studies of the lake conducted
by their agency within' the past 10
years.
According to the letter, the
records verify the need for a draw
down of the lakes and noted that an ef-
fective drawdown on the Dead Lakes
apparently cannot be accomplished
through the existing structure. The
reports recommended further engi-
neering and hydrological studies be
conducted to determine the altera-
tions necessary to allow a maximum
drawdown of the Dead Lakes water
level.


The committee attempted to do
this this past summer, but a subse-
quent court ruling, resulting from a
lawsuit ordered the gates replaced,
, with only one of four remaining open.
Gates' letter stated the reports
recommended leaving the drawdown
gates in an open position.
Gates cites reports of what he
termed a most interesting statistic.
He cited a report from the state
departments which reported a census
of 444 shellcracker arid 72 largemouth
bass per acre in the Dead Lakes in
1972 and only 62 shellcracker and 40
largemouth bass per acre in the lakes
in 1978.
The letter says a biologist by the
name of Robert L. Lazor, a biologist
with the Florida Department of
Natural Resources, stated that an im-
pounded reservoir begins to die, caus-
ing aquatic growth to proliferate and
silt to accumulate in the bottom. The
biologist said game fish need hard
sandy bottoms to fan out a bed for
spawning. Silt in the bottom of a body


of water prevents this natural action
and the species dies out.
CALLS FOR ASSISTANCE
In closing his letter, Gates calls
on the Governor of Florida, besides
restoring the past members to their
respective positions, to immediately
call on the Department of Environ-
mental Regulation to assist the Dead
Lakes Water Management District in
answering any questions that anyone
may still have about the Dead Lakes.
Gates also expresses doubt that a
public hearing, scheduled to be held
within 90 days on the question of
whether or not to allow removal of the
dam, will ever be held. Gates points
out the hearing was recommended by
the Northwest Florida Water Manage-
ment District because there were ob-
jections to the recommendation of
their staff that the dam be removed.
Gates says: "It is my opinion the
hearings will never occur if the newly
appointed members of the Dead
Lakes Water Management District
are allowed to remain in office."


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jEditorials and Comments


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THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, FEB. 10. 1983


How to



Public

An article in this month's
_. Reader's Digest has a provocative
title. On page 181 of the February
S issue, we find the title, "How To
.; Save Our Public Schools". Not only
z-: is the title provocative, but the
entire article is loaded for bear, as it
.. discusses what is wrong with our
schools and why they aren't teach-
ing Jake and Cassandra .what you
are sending them to school to learn.

We believe the soft spots in the
article as being in our public schools
are very real and there will be no
satisfaction of the parent' with an
educated child coming out of the
public schools, until some, all or
most of these changes are made.

The article sings the priases of
,. private schools, but we're going to
take that with a grain of salt while
we are digesting the meat of the
article. True the private schools do a
-creditable job, but they leave a lot
undone, too. A kid gets a lot of
5 learning how to get along with other
Ti- rjds' and people he may meet only
,nce in life through programs
-:' offered by public schools which
~ aren't' offered in private schools,
PE imply because of lack of funds and
-facilities. .
Private schools can be more
-picky on a whole, as to who attends
--their schools than can public
s schools .Private schools can pick the
letter students to begin with, so get
a better product in the end.



Talking Up

SAfter spending the better part of
: 1''two years 'convincing us that our
nation is in a mess. financially;, we
begin to see glimmers of the story
being changed to the other direction.
:.- For a long while, most of us have
S known that our nation was spending
too much money. It was spending far
more than it was taking in through
S; revenues. Much more of that and'the
nation would be in the same
-financial fix as many of its citizens
were in it would owe a lot of
money to "the company store" and
have no way to pay it.
President Reagan was elected
1 on that fear. Since his election and
the introduction of his austerity
p- programs, we have had a steady
.. barrage by our think tanks, econo-
mists, government fiscal agents,
:fortune tellers, professors, and the
Sman in the barber chair that our
q- country was headed for rack and
.: ruin, financially. Then there was a
.- dramatic drop in the gross national



Surprise! The

:: I WAS TAKEN BY surprise, hog c
..looking at a calendar of events for the winter
month of February the other day. With T
February such a bleah month, laced "Phil
-_ with storms, bad weather, cold, ice, staye
freezing rain and snow in the snow
country, you would think February
Should be one of those months where you


stay indoors anu sit uy a cuomfortablue
fire.
... I expected to find February's social
calendar bare of things to celebrate.
Was I ever wrong! February is full
of:fun things going on and important
:1 .dates to observe and celebrate for.
"Of course, the month started off
last Tuesday with "National Freedom
-.-Day". If you didn't get around to
celebrating freedom last Tuesday, you
-missed out on the first exciting cause
"--celebre for the month of February. A
good excuse to celebrate just passed
you on by.
,.__ ++-++
WITH WEDNESDAY of last week
-: 'cime the internationally famous day of
th" e groundhog. That's the day when the
punk of Punxatawney, Pa., "Punxa-
tawney Phil" the philandering ground
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Save Our'



Schools

When it gets down to fine points,
the article points out that for many
parents concerned about their chil-
dren's education, public schools are
the only game in town they can
afford.
-Some of the fine points taken
froni' the private school as being
some of: the reasons the students
fare better than the average public
school student lies in the matter of
control over the,student.
In the private school, the
teacher has more control over class
discipline than he or 'she is allowed
in the public school. The article hits
hard at this point and gives it a great
deal of credit for the better
performance of one school over
another. Another plus is that a
private school can: simply fire an
incompetent teacher,. while a public
school has to go through an act of
Congress, so to speak.
One thing the article points out
money is not the answer. In
almost every case, private schools
are not as generously funded as
public schools 'aftd private' school
teachers do not earn as much money
as public school teachers; More
money does not necessarily pur-
chase better education.
The article is well worth reading
and should make you at least
become better acquainted with why
your child may be not be doing quite
as well in school as you think he
should.



Prosperity

product and record unemployment
to prove their claims.
By the last half of last year, all
these' d6b-iMsayes'_ibgan to have
their way. Their predictions began
to come true.
Now, look at the papers, the
magazines, the news stories and the
books being written. We are back on
the.road to recovery all the articles
are saying.
Unemployment is slowing
down; interest rates are going
down; oil prices are going down;
housing starts are going up; produc-
tion in our factories is rising. Happy
days are here again.
We hope so.
We just hope those optimistic
individuals which crowd our air-
ways -these days have as much
success with their tales of coming
prosperity as those dispensers of
doom had with their prognostica-
tions during the past year and a half.


Lately I have spent a lot of
time thinking about things as
they were when I was a boy.
The reason, I guess, is that I
have two boys of my own and I
can see the' vast difference in .
their life-styles as compared'
to my meager childhood.
Everything is so vastly
different! And I'm not sure
most of it is for the best The,
latest attention-getter is the
video games. These games, I
feel, are not only addicting but
costly and detrimental to A
young person's value of time
and money. And these games
are only one'part of a vast
array of products promoted to
attract the younger and older
generations. There are. TV
programs (24 hours a day),
$16,000 cars and trucks, mo-
torcycles, three-wheelers, .
pornography and, the biggie, -
narcotics. It's hard for a
warm summer afternoon at


with these advertised distrac-
tions.
I can remember some more
pleasant," less complicated
things in my early life that
were of more substance. If you
are over thirty, as I am (would
you believe forty?), and think
about it," I'll bet you can too
Think back and try to recall.
Do you remember when:
You couldn't eat all the
candy you could buy with a
quarter? You had better not
get caught putting a nickle in a
pin-ball machine? "Chores"
were called "work to do at the
house" and you didn't get paid
for it?
You had to go to church on
Sunday, want to or not? A
lively Sunday afternoon was a
swim at the creek? You had to
eat fresh biscuits three times
a day?
Cutting wood for the fire-


the swimming' hole to compete place was a job and not a


status symbol? You had the
highest respect for a police-.
man? You didn't talk back
(much) to your parents?
You dreamed about just
holding hands with your girl?
Places that served beer or
liquor were called honky-
tonks? A fun game was
"root-the-peg?" You liked, to
visit your cousin who lived in
the city but didn't.get to do it
much?
Thoughts like these stir
strong, emotional feelings
within me. I know, however,
that those days are gone
forever and will never return.
I'm not quite sure I would
want them to. I do wonder
what my .children .will think
about when they are in the.
same time frame thatI'm now
in. '.
SOne thing is for certain; I
won't be around to find out-
dad-gum-it!!!


Blacks Want


A MAN'S WORLD




110 Down Memory Lane

* ILI BY SHAD PHANTRY


it was needed on Avenue A.
Commissioner Eldridge
Money told Daniels this wasn't
so. "We have an agreement
with Apalachicola Northern
Railroad to lower a culvert
under their tracks which
alleviate the problem, but will
not solve it completely".,
Both Money and Branch
pointed out it would take many
thousands of dollars to com-
pletely solve the problem.
When the discussion finally
wound down, Fleming sum-
med up the position of the
black delegation by hitting at'
the record of the constitutional
officers in their hiring record
of blacks. "It's wrong", he
said. "Our children should be
given a chance. We just want
you to do what you promised."
Branch advised the delega-
tion the Commission adver-
tises to fill every position it
has open. He then advised the
group to go back to the
constitutional officers and en-
list their help in future hiring 4
of blacks in office positions.
In defense of the officers,
there hasn't been much hiring
of anybody in'any offices in
the last few years.


Heavy Winter Seas Do Some Imaginative Sculpting Along the Shoreline


Dreary Month of February Has A Very Busy Social Schedule


homes out of his burrow to see if the
r is passed or not.
his year, according to what I read,
" didn't see his shadow, so' he
d out of his burrow and prepared


for the next six weeks.
The blankets are still on my bed,
even though it has been a week' since
"Phil" said spring was at hand;
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ETAOIN SHRDLU
.By: W


to celebrate an early spring (which
won't be one of the things we will
celebrate in February'.
Old "Phil" must be an ugly cuss. If
a thing, animal or person is scared by
his own shadow to the extent he runs
back in a hole and closes the door, what
must the real thing look like?
In February, we celebrate the
awakening of "Phil", even though I
don't have much faith in his prognos-
tications about what the weather will be


when we all crawled out of the bed
Sunday morning.,
Just'some more reasons to look
forward to February each and every
year.


esley R. Ramsey


I'LL BET YOU DIDN'T inow we
celebrate Mexican Constitution Day in
February did you? As a matter of fact,
we've already celebrated it last
Saturday. Right between the basketball
game and Hee Haw, Mexican Constitu-
tion Day was on the agenda Saturday
Crime Prevention Week and Black
History Week, both started Sunday
morning. Like daylight Saving Time.
they snuck in during the wee hours of
the morning and were here in full force


While we're looking at the month of
February, we don't want to overlook
the 73rd anniversary of the Boy Scouts
of America. It happens here in the
month of February As a matter of fact,
I think it is happening this week Then
there is '"National Kraut and Frankfur-
ter Week". one of your more important
weeks for those afflicted with an inborn
desire for kraut and franks
Mardi Gras, Lincoln's Birthday,
Washington's birthday. Valentine's


day, .and, back to the Mexicans,
"Mexican Flag Day", all come in
February.

YOU DON'T WANT to forget that
February is also the month of the
Chinese New Year. While we have our
man Schultz in China trying to mend
fences for our government and get the
trade going once again, we just can't
afford to forget the Chinese New Year.
It would be a matter of greatest
dis-honor were we to forget this
important day, which is probably more
in the center of the seasonal year than
our own new year.
This year, the Chinese will observe
the "year of the pig".
[ didn't know a pig had a year.
I will be eternally grateful to the
Chinese for reminding me and every-
one every so often that the pig has a
year I wouldn't want a pig to be
without a year for anything.
Now that we know this is the "year
of the pig", we can all swear off pork
chops or swear to eat more pork chops,
according to how you look at the "year


of the pig".
Coming back from the basketball
game in Blountstown on a recent
Friday, along with Bill Barlow and
Cecil Harrison, we decided to stop at
Carter's Oyster Bar up north of
Wewahitchka and eat catfish for
supper. When. we went into the
restaurant, we noticed he had signs
posted at strategic vantage points
advertising a chitlin' dinner his restau-
rant was servint on Sunday at noon.
I wasn't alert, or I would have
known that Mr. Carter, the owner, was
getting an early start on the observance
of the "year of the pig". I was slow that
night.
Had I realized the occasion, I would
have 'paid more attention to the
preparation being made for the cele-
bration of the "year of (he pig", rather
than eating my catfish in a hurry and
getting out of there before they started
cooking those chitlins' for Sunday
dinner.
I HOPE YOU have a good time this
February. There.is a lot to do and you
deserve some fun.


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


mean water line.
High .Ht. Low
Feb. 10 2209 1.2 809
Feb. 11 2254 1.2 854
Feb. 12 2329 1.1 933
Feb. 13 955
Feb. 14 08 1.1 1020
Feb. 15 46 .9 1022
Feb. 16 128 .8 1009
Feb. 17 227 .6 910
1551 .5 2248


(Continued from Page 1)
chimed in with, "Just a
minute Mrs. Williams, you are
responsible for who you hire
and the county giving you
more money or not has
nothing to do with it."
Tax Collector Eda Ruth
Taylor, who had been ques-
tioned by the group why her
office had not added a position
to fill the vacancy left by
retired tax Collector Harland
Pridgeon. Taylor said she has
not hired anyone since she
took office. "All my employ-
ees have been in the office a
long time. The money former-
ly used to pay Pridgeon's
salary has gone to absorb
some of the cost increases for
running the office over the
past few years."
With Fleming trying to quiet
him down, Marion Daniels got
into the discussion saying,
"Ya'll already know what:
you're doing wrong. You don't
want to give us a fair shake.
You need to try to work with
blacks. You don't want to treat
us right because we're black".
Daniels went on to charge
there was no drainage work
done on the black area where


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Expected.500 Season This Year



Coach Belin Pleased


At Team's Record


"I figured that if we had a .500 season this
year, we would have done well", head
basketball coach, Jim Belin, told the Rotary
Club last Thursday.
Speaking to the Rotary Club on the heels of
taking the Gulf Coast Conference champion-
ship in a tournament held in Blountstown,
Belin said Port St. Joe should have some good
basketball for the next two or three years.
"We have a very good JV team, also,", Belin
said. "When we picked the boys for the
varsity this year, we just lined up all the boys
in the program and took the tallest ones for
the varsity. They were all about equally as
good in ability."
Belin contributed the young team's success
this year to good foul shooting, hustle and a
good bench.
The head coach said the team is currently
shooting foul shots at a 70 percent clip. "This
Shas won a lot of games for us this year. When
a team fouls us, they are usually giving us a
point or two. We get the foul points".
Belin said the team is composed of workers.
"I expect that with their current success arid
the attention they are getting, there are a few
heads beginning to get a little big. That's only
natural. Rut these young kids hustle and work
andwhen we have togo to our bench, we can
keep things going because we have a capable
bench."
The three year coach pointed out that there
' are many good teams in the Panhandle this
year. "There are about 16 teams in' the.
Northwest Florida region which are within'


about'four points of each other", he said. "It's
going to be a tight race in the Panhandle this
year."
In introducing his team, which is made up
of two freshmen, two sophomores and one
senior, coach Belin said freshman Doug
Robinson "is going to be the first really big
man I've 'ever coached. : A 14-year-old
freshman, Robinson now stands at 6'3" and
plays regularly on the first string.
Josh Jenkins, another freshman, is des-
cribed by Belin as being his only inside threat,
and a good one. "He can play anything",
Belin said.
Durey Cadwell, a sophomore, is the team's
leading scorer. "He scored 100 percent of his.
attempts in Blountstowni Saturday night",
Belin said. He described Cadwell as a player
who makes something happens when he
m oves. .
, Michael Pittman, the, other sophomore, is
the runt of the litter, but the quick speedster
which makes the team hum. "Pittman is one
of our most valuable assets", Belin said.
Marty Russ, the "old man" of the squad, is.
also the field general. "He keeps the team .
under control and the defense off balance-with
his long shots", the coach pointed out.
The- trong bench, of which Belin places so
much confidence, is' made up of Terry'
Woullard, Darin Thomas,' Charles& Byrd,
Robert Poole and Danny Givens. "They can
go in at any time and keep things going for
us", Belin said.


JULANE McFARLAND

Miss McFarland
Receives Honor
Julane McFarland, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed F.
McFarland of Port St. Joe, has
been honored for her perform-
ance 'in the Southwestern
Company's nationally known
summer marketing program.
While in competition with
thousands of students from all
over the United States Julane
earned the company's coveted
Top Sales award, for ranking
in the' top percentage of
student dealers in personal
sales. .
Julane has been asked to
return as a Student Manager
in the .company's summer
program.
Julane.is a, graduate of Port
St. Joe High School and of.
Troy State University.


..is of Port St. Joe, andIrs.
May Dell Pettis of Lake
Charles, La., has been honor-
ed for his performance in the
Southwestern Company's na-
tionally known summer mar-
Ce keting program.
ols fr four While in competition with
ools for four. thousands of students from all
a librarian over the United States Keef:
Iministrator earned the company's coveted
also served 'Top Sales award for ranking
'Georgia. in the top percentage of
--Star photo student dealers in personal

Keef is a graduate of Port
St. Joe High School and a
graduate of Livingston Uni-
versity.


Laura Geddie is shown being presented
'.ith a plaque of appreciation by Walter
Wilder, Superintendent of Gulf County
Schools, marking the retirement of Mrs.':
Geddie from her position of Director of
Instruction in the county schools. Mrs. Geddie


j Officials

possession of the Beacon Hill
Lighthouse property had been
approved on a regional level
and now was in Washington,
: D.C. for approval. The Com-
mission has been attempting
to gain possession of the
property for several years.
-Agreed to support Public
Defender Virgil Mayo in his
attempt to get :the stale to
assume the expenses incurred
by his office, rather than
make them the responsibility
S of the several counties of the
district.
S -Agreed to set up a special'
S work-shop meeting to discuss
: personnel policy matters and
* : renovation of the subdivision
requirement ordinance.


J4 GOOD
'REASONS
to see your good
neighborr agent


CAR HOME
LIFE HEALTH

BILL WOOD
411 Reid Ave.
229-6514 or 229-6103
Like a good neighbor,
StateFarm is there.


IINSUPANCIm
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Honm Offices: Bloomington, U1ihol6


has served in the Gulf County Sch
years as a teacher, nine years as
and for the past 17 years as ani a
on the district level'staff. She has
Iwo years as a teacher in Clima


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Meet
The Program Committees
of the thirty-three units of
United Methodist Women,
Marianna-Panama City Dis-
trict, Alabama-West Florida
Conference, held a meeting in.
Chipley, Saturday, February
5.
Sixty-three women repre-
senting Bonifay, Blountstown,
Chipley, I)eFuniak ..Springs,
Choctaw, Graceville, Malone,
Marianna, Orange Hill, Forest
Park, Gulfview, Highland
Park, Lynn Haven, St. An-
drews, Trinity, Woodlawn,
and W sasau attended. Units
not represented were Bascom,
Cottondale, 'Cypress, Free-
port, Greenwood, Lakeview,
Marianna Grace, Callaway,
Vernon, Port' St Joe and
Wewahitchka.
After the welcome by Dis,
trict President, Jimmie Nell
Williams of Graceville, the
devotional entitled "Unity"
was given by Inez Cheriey of
Bonifay.
When the roll was called, a
member from each unit gave
a brief report on the activities
of her group.
Dr. Lucy Ann Neblett of
Lynn Haven, Mission Coordi-
nator of Global Concerns,
invited the group to attend the
'"World Day of Prayer" which
is international, interracial'
and interdenominational, at
Wallace Memorial Presbyteri-
an Church in Panama City,
March 4th.

H. R. Walker

lDied In

Cross City
Henry (Big Red) Riley
Walker, 63, former resident of
Port St. Joe, died Tuesday in
Cross City. He was a native of
Taylor County and a resident'
of Cross City. He was the son
of the late Rufus. A. Walker
and Nora McCall Walker. He
was a member of the Port St.
Joe VFW Post 10069, a U.S. Air
Force veteran of World War
11, member of the 320th
Bombardment Group.
Survivors include: three
daughters, Carrie Joe Love of
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Milton, Mary Louise Anasta-
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tharlene (Charie) Bernette of
Cross' City; one son, John
Franklin Fletcher of Dritter,
La ; two .brothers, R;. W.
Walker of Port St., Joe, and
Nolan Walker of Perry; one
sister,' oralee Newton of
Panama City; 12. grandchild-
ren and one great grandchild.
Graveside services were
held at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 4,
at Long Pond Cemetery in the'
Eugene Community with,Rev.
Rosco Hurst officiating.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. TlHURS)AY, FEB. 10, 1983


tDaisy Leigh


I Dwayne Joi

Daisy Leigh Bradley and each side.
,.Edward Dwayne Johnson The bride c
-were united in marriage Janu- of daisies, ba
ary 15, at Piney Grove United rose and whit
Methodist Church. The Rever- wore a string
end Jonathan Couey of Pensa- ing to her m
-cola officiated at the cere- Serving as
o -f6hy. was Kaye Ba:
;-- The bride is the daughter of briAttendants
SLieutenant Colonel (Ret) and Bradley, dist
Mrs. Joseph A. Bradley of and 'Linda i
Dothan. Parents of the groom Dothan. -
Sare Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Theatten'
Johnson of Port St. Joe. ed dresses
: A program of wedding mu- sweetheart ne
: sic on the piano and organ was sleeves. The
4 presented by Bill McGrady of quets of ro!
: 'Dothan. daisies and b
Given in marriage by her Best man w
.parents and escorted to the of Port St. J
S, altar by her father, the bride were Bruce]
; wore a gown of ivory chiffon of the bride,
and re-embroidered French Johnson, fath
alencon lace. The fitted bodice Candlelighte
S featured deep lace patterns Bradley.
covering the front and back Tami Millo
.and a Queen Anne neckline ook attend
trimmed in pearls and irides- Follwing t]
cents. Full Bishop' sleeves bride's parent
: ,were fashioned of English ception in th(
illusion pleated from the ship hall.
-shoulder to a lace and pearl After av w
cuff. The waistline was en- points in Floe
'. a nced by a scalloped lace will reside in
motif. Wide alencon lace the groom is
o. ordered the hem'and extend- United States
d to a chapel length train. She
Iwore a fingertip length veil A minuscellan
a.vith lace and bandeau head- hosted by Mrs
piece decorated with rows of and Mrs. Jun
S earls and lace cascades on aunts of the bri
S ,of Mrs. White
S,, .' .. .A rice bag]
:GospelSingAt by Mrs. Kaye
SA luncheon
H Hi-ah" nd View bride'shome
: guestst, inlu
Mrs. Robert L
The Highland View Church sMh W brdn
f : God is having a Gospel Sing j Lee Johnso
saturday night, February all of Port
:12th, at 7:00 P.M. Jonathan Cou
Everyone is welcome to Kaye and Sam
iome and hear the Coker San Diego, Ca
~Family from Panama City, Craig Scott, a
lso -.the J. W. Bouington as. all serving
Family from Port St. Joe. at Orlando.


Bradley and Edward


mnson Are United


carried a bouquet
bies' breath, and
;e streamers. She
of pearls belong-
other.
matron of honor
xley, sister of the
San Diego, Ca.
were Carolyn
er of the bride,
Pitman, both of
ants were gown-
of rose featuring
ecklines and cap
y carried bou-
se colored silk
babies' breath.
'as Robert White
oe. Groomsmen
Bradley, brother
and Robert L.
er of the groom.
r was Bruce
y was the guest
it.:
he ceremony the
its hosted' a re-
e church fellow-
'edding 'trip to
rida, the couple
Orlando, where
serving in the
Navy.
eous shower was
. Marjorie White
e Carol Pullum,
ride, at the home
party was given
SBaxley.-.
was given at .the
for'out of town
ding: Mr. and
,. Johnson; Mar-
Beriice Johnson,
n, Robert White,
St. Joe; Rev.
ey of Pensacola;
antha Baxley of
.; David Schatz,
nd John Thom-
in the US Navy


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Auxiliary Buys


TV's for
Gulf Pines Hospital, Port St.
Joe now has 11 new RCA
Colortrac television sets for its
patients, thanks to the efforts
of the Gulf Pines Hospital
Auxiliary and the Municipal
Hospital Auxiliary.
"We are proud to announce
the purchase of the television
sets to be installed for the
patients at Gult Pines Hospi-
tal," Mrs Ferrell Allen, 1983
President of the Gulf Pines
Hospital Auxiliar.y said
The televisions, which are
valued at $41,0(00, were given to


Hospital
the hospital as part of the
auxiliaries' continuing efforts
to upgrade patient services at
Gulf Pines Hospital The older
Municipal Hospital Auxili-
ary's donation of $903 93 pur-
chased three television sets,
and the more recently formed
Gulf Pines Hospital Au\ili-
ar.'s donation of $3.096 07
bought eight televisions
Each set will carry a plaque
inscribed with the names of
the auxiliary members who
generously donated their ef-
forts toward the purchase


Valentine's Banquet

Planned at White City


A Valentine's Banquet will
be given in honor ol the youth
of White City First Baptist
Church The banquet %will be
held Saturday, February 12 at
7 p.m. in the church's fellow-
ship hall.
The banquet is being given
under the direction of Bill
Antley, Youth Director. The
theme of the banquet is, ". A
Call to Follow" This same


theme %will be used for this
year's Southern Baptist Youth
Week that will take place in
March
The '"Chosen Vessels", a
talented Christian vocal group
from Apalachicola. will be
sharing their testimony in
song during the banquet A
fun-time of Christian fellow-
ship is being planned for all
who attend


Hair Styles by
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The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE. PORT ST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAYSCHOOL ...................... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 41:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................... 7:00 P.M.
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Tavia Copenhaver


Selected for Award


The Board of Advisors for
the Outstanding Young Wo-


men of America Awards Pro-
gram has announced that
Octavia Torrey Copenhaver
has been selected for inclusion
in the 1982 edition of "Out-
standing Young Women of
... 'The dtstadiig 'Young Wo-
men of America program is
designed to honor and encour-
age exceptional youngwiomen
between the ages of 21'arld 36
Swho have distinguished them-
k selves in their homes, their
professions and their com-


Alicia Marie Christie


Cute One-

Alicia Mari'e: Christie,
daughter of Daniel and Merri
Christie, will celebrate her
first birthday on Friday, Feb.
11 .. :. ,
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. William C. Christie of
Tallahassee, Mrs. Betty Pick-
el of Ft.' Meyers, and Mr.
Creel Pickel of.San Diego, Ca.


munities. Accomplishments
such as these are the result of
dedication, service and 'ead-
ership- qualities which de-
serve to be recognized and
remembered.
Miss Copenhaver, along
with approximately 23,000 fel-
low Outstanding Young Wo-
men. of America from across
the United States, will be
presented inr the prestigious
annual awards volume. In
addition, they are now being
considered for one of the
fifty-one state awards to be
presented to those women who
have made the most note-
.worthy contributions in their
individual states. From these
fifty-one state winners, the
Ten. Outstanding Young Wo-
men of American will be.
chosen. The ten national win-
ners will be honored at the
annual awards luncheon held
in Washington, D.C.

Lady Golfers

Plan Dinner
The Ladies Golf Association.
of the St. Joseph's Bay Coun-
try Club is .sponsoring a
covered dish supper on Sun-
day, February 13th. This is
their annual Valentine's' Day
supper.
A select shot will be held in
the afternoon for all who are
interested. All club members
are invited to participate.

A,


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MR. AND MRS. PURVIS


* Chains
* Necklaces
* Earrings
* Many Other
Timely Gifts


Brenda A mold and James


Purvis Exchange Vows


Brenda Wall Arnold of Port
'St. Joe, and James Michael
Purvis of Jesup, Ga. were
united in marriage December
18, 1982 at the St. James
Episcopal Church, Port St.
Joe. Rev. Sidney Ellis per-
formed the double ring' cere-
mony. Nuptial music was
presented by Mrs. Sarah Fite,
organist.
The bride was given in
marriage and escorted to the
altar by her father and son,
Charles Wall and Robert
Arnold. The bride's mother,
Mary Wall, was her matron of
honor.
Serving the groom as best
man was Warren Purvis,
brother of the groom. Also
serving the groom were his
sons, Michael and Travis
Purvis.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was hosted by the
bride's, family and Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Raffield, aboard
Mr. Raffield's houseboat. The
reception was directed and
catered by the bride's brother,
Bill Wall. Assisting at the
reception were Rosmari Mc-
Lcod, Ti Benson, Vivian Har-
dy, and Mildred Kennington.
Assisting with the guest book
was'Leanna, Parrish, and
serving punch was Stacey


Bryan and Teresa Griffin.
The couple now resides in
Jesup, Georgia where the
groom is employed with ITT
Rayonier, Inc.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 1983


Mrs. White
Hosts Women
The Presbyterian Women of
the Church met at the church
-Monday, February 7, at 1:00
p.m., with Mrs. Hugh White,
Jr., as hostess. Mrs. William
Pfost gave the devotional,
based on Colossians 2:8-23.
The president, Mrs. Harold
Beyer, announced that Super
Saturday would be held at'
Wallace Memorial Church,
Panama City, March 5, and
the annual meeting of the
Women of the Church at the
Fellowship Church in Talla-
hassee on March 15.
Mrs. Ernest Hendrix stated
there would be a covered dish
supper at the church Wednes-
day, February 23, at.6:30 p.m., -"
with Bert Johnson of the
Florida Presbytery speaking
on the missionary program.
Mrs. Floyd Campbell will be MRS. LOLA COSTIN, standing, extreme left, poses with
.hostess for the March meet- other members of her JAM club at her birthday party
"ing. Mrs. Stiles Brown will Saturday. With Mrs. Costin are: Mrs. Elaine Pridgeon, Mrs.
give the devotional. Ned Gainous Bates, Mrs. Marguerite Pridgeon, Mrs. Calla

Club Members Honor


Mrs. Lola Costin' 84th
Mrs. Lola Costin was enter-
tained on her 84th birthday
FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS Saturday, 'with a surprise
Sluncheon at Gulf Sands Res-
IN ADVANCE? taurant. Hostesses were her
daughters, Sara Jo William-
Did you know it is possible to make your funeral ar- son," Margie Carr and Dot
rangements right now? and freeze the costs? Magisdon and her daughters-
With Inflation constantly rising each year, you can in-law, Margaret Costin and
S nn ho o retain that iyou will have atdequalte coverage -Sylvia Crostin.


when that time comes.,.
You will also have the peace of mind in knowing
each and every detail will be carried out as you wish.
Loved ones are not burdened with the responsibility of
having to make those arrangements at a difficult time.
For more rinformatiQn at.no cost
or obligation, I tIct

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50710thStreet Phone229-8111




The Annual Meeting of the
St. oe Papermakers
Federal Credit Union
S, Will Be Held

Feb. 10, 1983 7:00 p.m.
-,at the Union Hall on Sixth Street
This is the most important meeting for
the membership of the credit union held'dur-
"ing the year. Many important reports are sub-
*mitted and elections are held. Door prizes
will be given away and one must be present
to be eligible to win. -

St. Joe. Papeirmakers
Federal Credit Union


Guests were members of the
oldest social club in Port St.
Joe, the JAM club. The club
was started approximately 60
years ago, with Mrs. Costin as'
one of its members.
All the members of the club
were present with the excep-
tionof two, who were ill at the
time."' i .
Present and helping their
fellow member celebrate
were: '"Mrs. Eula Pridgeon,
Edna Davis, Mrs. Ruby Prid-
geon, Mrs. Marguerite Prid-
geon, Mrs. Calla Smith, Mrs.
Calla Gibson, Mrs. Ned Bates,
Mrs. Coy Redd, Mrs. Alma
Parker and Mrs. Elaine Prid-
geon. Mrs. Gladys Boyer was
ill with the flu at the time and


Four winners of the Ameri-
can History Essay Contest
sponsored by St. Joseph Bay
Chapter' Daughters of the
Anmerican Revolution will be
presented by Mrs. Ashley
Costin, American History
Month Chairman, at the orga-
nization's luncheon meeting at
the Garden Center, February
16.


R-^ ER ~ Alaonday. Feb. 14 from s
< *\*Rachel's Florist


204 Monument Avenue


Roses, Baskets of Spring Flowers
European Dish Gardens
Blooming Plants
$1250- $1500 $1750


We Will be Open Sunda;
Feb. 13, for Your Convenie
A


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for
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in beautiful box '5.00 Selection
ffe Hare Many Specials. Coime RB .
and Check hOur Fresh and Silk Flihwers
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FRANK HANNON, Agent


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Howell Smith and Edna Davis. Seated, left to right are: Mrs.
Coy Redd, Mrs. Alma Parker, Mrs. Ruby Pridgeon and Mrs.
Eula Pridgeon. -Star photo


couldn't attend. Mrs. Verna in Louisiana and couldn't
Smith, another member, lives attend.
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Students in the fifth, sixth,
seventh and eighth grades are
eligible for this contest. This
year's subject is the compari-
son of an aspect of life in
Revolutionary times with the
present.
Local winners in each of the
four grades are eligible to be
chosen in the state and the
nation.
Charles B. Smith, local
historian, will pay a brief tri-
bute to George Washington,
"Father of Our Country", in
further observance of the
, DAR sponsored American
History Month.
Mmes, W. J. Rish, Elizabeth
Thompson, Herbert Brouil-
lette and W. B. Dye are
hostesses for the meeting.

CARD OF THANKS


The family of Dee Thomp-
' son wishes to express their
:" sincere appreciation for the
many kindnesses shown to us
at the death of our beloved
"husband and father.
A special thanks to our
, neighbors in Overstreet for
their concern in our time of
need.
Also a grateful thank you to
the Sheriff's deputies who
; responded so quickly with
respect, dignity, and consi-
deration.
Margaret Thompson, wife
Glenda Whiting, daughter


Copies
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Now at
The Star
306 Williams Ave.
from
Our New
"VQC"


Open House

At PTA
The monthly meeting of the
Port St. Joe Elementary
School PTA will be held
Tuesday, February 15th, in
the Elementary School Audi-
torium at 7:00 p.m.
The business meeting will
be followed by an Open House.
Please come and visit your
child's classroom and teacher.


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:, 'PAGE SIX


SBIUZZETT'S DRUG STORE *
SFree Parking- Drive-In Window
.* .: 229-8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe




Lady Sharks


.'.Hosting District

The lady Sharks will host team defeated Apalachicola
-the District basketball tourna- 50-18 and again on Tuesday
,ment on February 18 and 19, night of this week, when'Port
,,with games beginning at 1:00 St. Joe came home with a 58-27
S:p.mr., EST on' Friday, Febru- win.
ary 18 and at 7:00 p.m., EST On January 14, the Sharks
on Saturday, February 19. defeated Wakulla 49-32 and on
: In the first game, orin Friday, January 27, the War Eagles
Z-ihe Wakulla War'Eagles will swept the Sharks out of the
meet the Apalachicola Sharks Gulf Coast Conference tour-
:'atl:00p.rfm.,inthePortSt. Joe nament in the first round by
-High School gym: The winner one point, defeatingi" the
:will play the lady Shai'lks Sharks, 34-33.
-Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. Port St. Joe's lady Sharks
: Admission to all games 'will nipped their Apalachicola cou-
',:be $1.00 for students and $1.50 sins, 58-27 Tuesday evening in
'for adults. Apalachicola.
::- The lady Sharks have met Tiffany Burns paced the
::both teams during the regular Sharks with 24 points and
=season. On January 7; the Dana Russ added 15.


-,Dixie Youth Organizing
"A meeting of Dixie Youth especially for all officers,
baseball officials will be held coaches and assistant coaches
this evening (February 10) at of the league to begin laying
the Fire Station meeting room plans for the coming season of
beginning at 7:00 p.m. activity. .
The meeting. is.being called .. .. ... .
S s, aqasonleiftousa;onaiuMfunesioo seaoso ounstnOuouwnohaooo(onooobfo ael

CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Streel and Marvin Avenue
S 5SLINDAYSCHOOL : .... .. 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP I 1:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ....... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING .......... ":00 P M.


"I .-



-Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
-SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 10:00 AM.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS 11 00 A.M
Study in the Gospels. Wednesday 7-00 745
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857




HEARING TESTS

And

HEARING AID

SERVICE

-FREE-

,. Friday, Feb. 11 From
9 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

S .At
CAMPBELL'S DRUG
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.Reid Avenue
S Port St. Joe, Florida
:All service and testing done by qualified specialists.
WATSON AND BARBER
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Please Call 227-1224 For
Appointment To Avoid Waiting


Wrestlers to Attend Regional Tournament


The wrestling team of Port St. Joe'High School took third place in the
District 3A Wrestling Tournament held last Friday at Rutherford High School
in Panama City. St. Joe finished a strong third, with a total score of 116, behind-,
Bay High with a 136, and Rutherford with a 143. Marianna High finished last in
the tourney with a score of 70.
The Port St. Joe grapples will travel to Ikegionals in Palatka Friday and
Saturday of this week. Billy Williams of Port St. Joe was named FACA (Florida


Athletic Coaching Association) Athlete of the Year for the District.
Shown seated above, from left,, are: Tony King (109 lbs.), 3rd; Derrick
Fields (116) 4th; Kris Cozart (123) 3rd; Sidney Harris (129) 2nd; Eric Parrish
(136) 1st; and Billy Williams (142) 1st. Kneeling from left, are: Marcell Johnson
(149) 3rd; Seth Howell (159) 3rd; Richard Ramsey (171) 2nd; Eric Tomlinson
(188) 3rd; and Willie B. McCloud (222) 2nd. Each member wrestles against
other contenders in their respective weight category. -Star photo


Sharks Rank



7th In State


Billy Williams pins Eric Parrish (who has his feet in the
air), as he displays the ability which won hin first place in
his weight category in District. Williams was also named by
the Florida Athletic Coaching Association as FACA Athlete
of the Year in District Wrestling.


EYE

OPENERS

By
Wesley
Grace
SUNGLASSES HAVE A
REAL PURPOSE
0. Besides being fashionable,
do sunglasses really pro-
tect your eyes?
A Yes Quality glass or plastic
sunglasses filter out excess
ultraviolet rays that the nat-
ural lens can nol handle
Constant exposure to ex-
cessive radiation from the
sun may cause eye irrita-
*tions and, in some cases,
progressive damage. For
many people, reducing light
and glare during outdoor
activities prevents tearing
and squinting. Wearing sun-
glasses on bright days also
makes it easier for eyes to
adapt: to the darkness 'of
night.
Q. Is sunglass protection im-,
* portant for people on medi-
cation?'
A. It has been found that pa-
tients using oral contracep-
tives and those taking tetra-
cyclines for acne and other
skin ,conditions have a
greater sensitivity to the
sun's rays. To prevent
squinting and tearing, it is
generally suggested that
these patients wear
sunglasses when they are
outdoors.
0. I justtid a cataract remov-
ed. Are. sunglasses recom-
mended?
A. Yes. Since the natural lens
which filters out ultraviolet
rays is no longer there, the
retina, so vital to sight,
should be protected from
direct ultraviolet radiation
when you are In sunlight.
Presented As A
Public Service by
DR. WESLEY GRACE
OPTOMETRIST
322 Long Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
227-1410


Scientists divide wasps into
two groups social and soli-
tary wasps. Social wasps,
such as hornets and yellow
jackets, live a community
life, while each family of
solitary wasps lives by itself.


Port St. Joe's Sharks climb-
ed in the state-wide ratings
this past week from 10th place
to number seven in the top ten
standings, but had their rec-
ord blemished with a loss to
Mosley of Panama City. ,.
The Sharks lost a four-
pointer to Mosley last Friday
night and defeated county
rival Wewahitchka Tuesday
night, to end the week with a
.500 record.
Mosley stole' a page out of
the Sharks' book last Friday
and scored 11 of their 18 free
throw attempts to earn their
SwiI. The Sharks scored; well,
ord free throws, with five of
nine, but didn't' have very
many attempts.
With the score tied, 27-27 at
the half-time mark, the Dol-r
phins went on to score two
points more than the Sharks in
the third and fourth periods,
for their four-point margin..
The Sahrks had defeated the
Dolphins twice before during
the current season.
Durey Cadwell led the
Sharks with 14 points, with
Josh Jenkins adding 12.
Chip Seal and Clarence
Edwards paced the Dolphins
with 15 points each..
PORT ST. JOE-Russ, 2-0-
4; Thomas, r1-0-2; Pittman,
4-0-8; Jenkins, 6-0-12; Cadwell,
6-2-14; Woullard,: 1-0-2;. Giv-
ens, 0-2-2; Robinson, 2-1-5.
MOSLEY--Newell, 2-1-5;
Smith, 2-2-6; Edwards, 6-3-15k;
Tolson, 0-2-2; Seal, 7-1-15;
Truman. 3-2-8; Holley, 0-0-0;


Marshall, 1-0-2.
In the junior varsity game,
the Sharks edged Mosley 68-66
in overtime, behind the 26
points of Demetrius Thomas.
Tuesday night, the Sharks
went to Wewahitchka and
defeated the Gators for the
second time this season. The
Sharks upped their record to
15-5 while the Gators' record
went below the '.500 mark to
8-9.
The Sharks, took a com-
manding 48-51 lead at half-
time and held their lead
during the second half.
Michael Pittman put 24.
points through the nets to pace
the Shark ,offense. Durey
Cadwell added 12 points.
.Frank ,Baker paced the
Gators with his 21 points,
which led the scoring on both
teams. Clifford McFann ad-
ded 12 points for the Gators.
PORT ST. JOE-Pittman,
11-2-23; Cadwell, 5-2-12; Russ,
3-0-6; Thomas, 3-0-6; Jenkins,
2-3-7; Givens, 3-2-8; Robinson,
4-0-8; Poole, 2-2-6.
WEWA-Baker, 8-5-21; Mc-
Fann, 5-2-12; Addison, 3-2-8;
Bidwell, 1-0-2; ,Scott, 3-0-6;
Wilson, 1-0-2.
Thie Sharks have only one
game for the coming week,
but it should be enough. The
Sharks will host Vernon in the
Coliseum Friday night, with
the game beginning at 7:'00
p.m. Vernon has handed the
Sharks one of their five losses
for the season.


The average adult has about
3,500 square inches of skin.
The skin has roughly a
billion Dores.


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


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Gators To

End Season

Next Week
Wewahitchka's Gators were
led by Clifford McFann's 28
points Monday night, in an
86-77 victory over Robert F.
Munroe.
The Gators had a comfort-
able 39-33 lead at half time and
added eight 'more points to
their margin in the third.
Munroe came charging back
with 28 points in the final
stanza, but the Gators weren't
standing around with their
hands in their pocket they
were scoring 23 points of their
own in a wild and wooly final
frame.
The Gators had four players
scoring in double figures:
McFann with his 28' points;
Frank Baker, 16; Kevin Bos-
tick, 12; and Bubba Williams,
11.
Jack Suber paced Munroe
with 25 points.
Score by quarters:
Wewahitchka 25 1424 23--86
Munroe 15 18 16 28-77
WEWA-McFann, 14-0-28;
Baker, 6-4-16; Bostick, 5-2-12;
Williams, 5-1-11; Bidwell, 2-1-
5; Scott, 3-0-6; Holmes, 4-0-8.
MUNROE-Collins, 6-5-17;
Jones, 4-2-10; Ferolito, 4-0-8;
Ray, 3-0-6; Hidgon, 3-3-9;
,Simmons, 0-2-2; Suber, 10-5-25.
The Gators will close out
their regular season schedule
next week. Tuesday night, the
Gators travel to Bristol, to
meet the Bulldogs and Thurs-
day night, the team hosts
Greensboro.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 10. 193


County Health Dept. Sets Fee Schedule


Effective March 1, tle fol-
lowing Fee Schedule will be in
use at the Gulf County Health
Department:
Allergy Injection, $2.00;
Gamma Globulin Injection,
$2.00; Hormone Injection,
$2.00; Influenza Injection,


Director Speaks
Two area educators were recent resource
persons for junior high students at Port St.
Joe Junior-Senior High School. Junior high
students are presently involved in exploring
6d por.,


career information and post-high admissions
criteria. Such information is designed to
enhance the total educational program of all
-junior high students.
Mrs. Anne McCullen, Director of Admis-
sions, Gulf CoastCommunity College, spoke
on "Admissions Criteria" recently.


$5.00; Rheumatic Fever Injec-
tion, $2.00; Rubella Vaccine
for Pre-Marital, $2.00; Vita-
min B-12 Injection, $2.00;
VDRL-Premarital, $4.00;
Pap Smear, $4.00; Pregnancy
Test, $4.00; Blood Sugar Test,
$3.00; Hemoalobin, $3.00;


Senior Citizens

Luncheon Menus


Monday, February 14
Apple juice, chopped steak,
mashed potatoes, broccoli,
peas, and milk.
Tuesday, February 15
Orange juice, barbeque
chicken, butter beans, okra,
apple sauce, and milk.
Wednesday, February 16.
Orange juice, spaghetti and
meat sauce, green beans,
yellow squash, tossed salad,.
cookies, and milk.
Thursday, February 17
Orange juice, meat loaf,,
scalloped potatoes, spinach,
peaches, and milk;
Friday, February 18
Orange juice, tuna -noodle
' casserole, green peas, scal-


loped apples, vanilla pudding,
and milk'.


Blood Pressure Check, $2.00;
Cholesterol, $3.00; Trigly-
cerides, $3.00; Rh Typing,
$3.00; Assessment & Treat-
ment of Parasites, $3.00; T.B.
Skin Test, $2.00; Adult Physi-
cal, $5.00; Pre-natal Check-up,
$5.00; School Physical, $5.00;
Well-Baby Check-up, $5.00;
Certified Copy of Birth or
Death Certificate, $3.00; Fa-
mily Planning Services (Fe-
deral Regulations now require
that. a fee be charged for
Family Planning Services.


The State has developed
Quidelines-Rules for the Fe-
deral mandated fee system);
Septic Tank Permits, $15.00;
Lot Evaluation. for Septic


Tank, $10.00; Private Water
Sample Testing, $5.00; Oyster
Handlers Health Card Permit,
$2.00; and Child Care Inspec-
tions, $25.00.


CLYDE WHITEHEAD, Jr.
ACCOUNTANT

TAX SERVICES
* CORPORATION INDIVIDUAL
* PARTNERSHIPS
* SPECIALIZED HANDLING OF IRS AUDITS

ACCOUNTING SERVICES
SMALL BUSINESS AND
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* TAX & FINANCIAL PLANNING
. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

901 Garrison Avenue Phone 229-8994
Port St. Joe
S. tc 1/27-3/31


Speaks On Careers
Mrs. Ann Richards, Career Development Center, Gulf
. Coast -Community College, -spoke ,on "Careers, of .the
Future-Getting Ready Now" on Wednesday, January 26.
All junior high .guidance activities are under the .
direction of Mrs. Sarah A. Riley, Junior High Guidance
Counselor.


M-Sgt. Varnes Re-Enlists


Master Sgt. Kenneth J.
Varne", son of Mary E.
Varnes of Apalachicola, has
reenlisted in the U.S. Air
Force at Eglin Air Force
Base, after more than 13 years


military service.
Varnes, an aircraft main-
tenance technician with the,
3205th Logistics -Group, is a
1968 graduate of Chapman
High School, Apalachicola.


HERE'S HOW IT WORKS:
9 High quality, professional photographs will be
made locally and at no charge or obligation.
*. We, as sponsors, will use and display the
photos as a tribute to OUR FUTURE CITI-
ZENS.


* As a bonus, you will see finished color photos
(photos Used in the feature will be in black
and white) and have an opportunity to pur-
chase any for your family! needs you are
not obligated to buy anything. No age limit.
"OUR FUTURE CITIZENS" Feature is
Sponsored by:


THE STAR

Thursday, Feb. 24
From 2:00 to 7:00 P.M.
at The Star office,
306 Williams Ave.* Port St. Joe
Photography*By
INTERPRESS STUDIOS F


HIGHLAND VIEW UNITED

METHODIST CHURCH

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


TW#CE AS FAST As


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. FEB. 10. 1983


Gunter's Office Helps


* 1 broiler-fryer chicken, cut
into serving pieces
S : cup honey
:- cup catsup
S % cup lemonjuice
: 'cup salad oil
tsp. salt
S tsp. dry mustard
% tsp. paprika
1 clove garlic, minced
Arrange chicken pieces in


Bill Gunter, State Insurance
Commissioner, announced
that 1770 people contacted the
Panama City Service Office
during the month of January.
The Service Office assisted
in the recovery of $168,230.00
which was returned to policy
holders.
Citizens with questions and
complaints about insurance
can: receive assistance by
calling 904-763-4601 in Panama


GRAGSAL


large bowl. Combine mar-
inade ingredients in blender
and blend on high speed for 5
seconds. Pour marinade
over chicken and let stand
several hours or overnight in
refrigerator. Bake at 325 1
hour or until fork tender.
Baste with pan drippings fre-
quently. Thicken pan drip-
pings and serve with
chicken. (AFNS)


NEW BETHEL

African Methodist Episcopal Church

146Avenue C Phone227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL. ........ :. ..... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ............. "..... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ......... ........ 6:00P.M.

"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
r Man Our Brother"




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Lot 18, 5 acres with great financing.
only $11.500.


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"Telestials" Singing At Oak Grove Church

The Telestials, one of the Services will begin at 6:15 the other, and have stayed in and country stars.
nomt exciting family groups in P.M. the top ranks of Gospel Music. Rev. David Fernandez,
ospel music, will be in They have recorded nine along with the congregation of
concert this Sunday night, The Telestials, from Nash- albums, and have been on the church, cordially invites
February 13, at the Oak Grove ville, Tennessee, have consis- various radio and TV shows, everyone to worship with
Assembly of God Church. tently had one hit song after along with many major gospel them at this special service.


AARP Planning Trip to Memphis

The St. Joseph Bay Chapter Red Cross, will discuss cardio with them. Clare Hutchings, Ros
the American Association of pulmonary resuscitation. He f you are planning or want West, FranWilson, Dessie
retired People will meet will demonstrate these life to go on the exciting fun trip to Parker, Julie Walton, W!
onday, February 14th at 2:30 saving techniques with audi- Nashville, on April 14th to Ola Wright, and Gillie
m. EST at the Union Hall on ence participation. Anril 19th. and have friends Nair.


Sixth Street.
Mr. James 0. Middleton,
who received his training
from the American Heart
Association and. the American


-PORT ST. JOE
107 Huntse Circle, 3 bdrm. 1 ba..
great buy at 33.000
1306 Long Ave., 2 bdrm.. I be cule
house -must see to aporeciale,
$30,000. __
ST. JOE BEACH
Townhouse on the gull. 3 bdrm, 2 be.
with great view & many extiaes. Only
$95.000.
FOR RENT
3 bdrm., I 'i be., In Port St. Joe, $325
per mo. Unfurnished.


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9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. 0. Bx 1332
OrvImj5 MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410 lJH
REAL ESTATE SALES e BEACH RENTALS REALTOR

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The "Saints", the newly
formed Glee Clib, under the:
direction of FPred Kleeb, will
sing love songs for Valentine
Day. The "Saints" are looking
for more members to sing


see you on national TV, bring
your deposit to Stiles Brown,
Tour Director at this Feb. 14th
meeting. The total cost is only
$295.00.
Valentine hostesses are


Public Notices

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT A copy of this ordinance is on file in the
COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT Office of the Clerk of'the Circuit Court of
OF FLORIDA Gulf Comnty, Florida.
.H .. MARIANNA CIVIL NO. 82-0237 BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 'GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA. .
PLAINTIFF, "-- By! Ist WILLIAM R BRANCH. r "
vs. .. Chairman
WALTER .K. JOHNSON, BETTY', M. Attest: Is/ Jerry Gates, Clerk
JOHNSON. his wile, and HOUSEHOLD (SEAL) 2t2/3
FINANCE CORPORATION _____
AMDENED NOTICE OF SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
AMENED NOTICE OF SALE TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INLAND FOR
Notice Is hereby given that under and. ULTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INA N
by virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure GULF COUNTY, FLORI .82-1DA30
tindeied on November 3. 192 by the MERIT LOAN CO, NC.OF FLORIDA,
United Stales District Court for the Nor- dMERTL FINACEFORID ,
tnern Distilct ol Floiloa. Marianna :Dvl- dfbaMERT FINANCE CORP.,'
sion, in the case above styled in favor of Plaintiff,
the Piaintill. the unaersigned appointed .GEORGE H. GAINNIE at al
in said decree will on March 10, 1983, at GEORGE H- GAINNIE, et l.,
1"00 p.m in hront ol Ine Gull County NOTICE OF SALEs.
Courthouse door in ine city ol Port St. PURSNOT TO CHE ER 45O
Joe, Florida, offer for sale and sell at tto
cash the following property, situate, ly- Partial Final Judgment In Foreclosure
Ing, and beingg in Gulf County, iFloridae, dated February7, 1983, in Case No.
82-130, of the'Circuit Court oi the Four-
described as follows "In G
Lot Twenty-one 121). Block Forty- teenth Judicial Circult, in and for-Gulf
seven (471, City of Port St. Joe, County, Florida, in which MERIT, LOAN
Florida,accooingtotheoflicialmap Co ., INc. OF FLORIDA, dibla MERIT
on rile In the oice o the Ceko FINANCE CORP., Is the plaintiff, and
cull Court, Gull County. Florida. Plat GEORGE H GAINNIE, JAMESE.GAIN
Book 1, page 17 NIE, EDWARD M. GAINNIE, JOHN
MICHAEL'BURKE and BETTY J. BROWN
For additional nlormalion concerning BURKE are the defendants, I will sell to
the above property, contact the office of BURKEare th defenda tsb Ir se ato
nes U. S. Attorney. telephone no. the highest andoor ofest bidder for cashat
9041224-3186, Floriaa the front door of the GulfCounty Court-
Sale subject to confirmation of the house in Port St. Florida, at 11:00
A.M., on March 11,- 1983, the- following
Method of payment: cash, postal described property set.forth.in the order
money order or certified check made of Partial Final Judgment of Foreclosure:
Payable to tne U S Maisnal. Lor 1. Block 95. of Unil No 2 ci tS
Date:.1/10f83 1 ,. Joseph's Adaitlon to Ihe City ol Port
St. Joe, Florida, according to the of-
W. L McLENDON, fiscal map on file In the office of the
UNITED STATES MARSHALL Clerk of Circuit Court of Gull County,
NORTHERN DISTRICT FLORIDA Florioa. in Plal BooK page 29
4t1/20 DATED February 7, 1983.
"OTICE-' JERRY GATES,
SNOTICEark of the Circuit Court
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the AsClerkof theCircuit Cour
Board of County Commissioners of Gulf By AsD Beverly Daniels.
County, Florida, at Its regular meeting oh As Depuy Clerk
Tuesday, February 22,1983, at 7:00 (SEp.m.AL
.a Publicaaion f this notice on February


E.S.T., In the County Commissioners
Room in Gulf County Courthouse, Port St.
Joe. Florida, will consider the adoption ol
an ordinance witn the following title:
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A TAX
EXEMPTION TO MATERIAL
TRANSFER, INC. PURSUANT TO
FLORIDA CONSTITUTION SECTION,
3, ART. VII AND FLORIDA STATUTES
CHAPTER 196; STATING THE NAME
AND ADDRESS AND LOCATION OF6
THE NEW BUSINESS; STATING THE
AMOUNT OF REVENUE LCST TO
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, BY VIR.
S*TUE OF SAID EXEMPTION; STATING
THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF REVENUE'
LOST TO THE COUNTY FROM ALL
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AD
VALOREM TAX EXEMPTIONS CUR,
RENTLY IN EFFECT; STATING THE
TOTAL AMOUNT OF REVENUE
AVAILABLE TO THE COUNTY FROM
AD VALOREM TAX SOURCES FOR
THE CURRENT FISCAL YEAR; SET.
TING THE EXPIRATION DATE OF
THE EXEMPTION; AND !MAKING
FINDINGS THAT THE BUSINESS
QUALIFIES AS A NEW BUSINESS
PURSUANT TO CHAPTERi
196.012(14) AND PROVIDING FOR'
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


10 and 17,1983, in The Star.
2t 2/10
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, at their regular meeting
on December 14, 1982, adopted a resolu-
tion closing, vacating and abandoning all
interest the County might have had in and
to the following described street:
The South 124%'/ feet of Hunter
Street, a 60 foot wide street, as
shown on the official subdivision
plat of Oak Grove Subdivision to the
City of Port St. Joe; Florida, recorded
in Plat Book 1, page 12, public
records of Gulf County, Florida.
ALSO DESCRIBED AS: That part of
said Hunter Street lying between Lot
1, Block 7 and Lot 2, Block 3, of said
subdivision.
DATED this 14th day of December,
1982.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: sl W. R. "Billy" Branch
Chairman,
Attest: Jerry T. Gates, Clerk
2t 2/10183


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membership drive will be
made. If you are 55 or over,
come join the AARP and feel
young again!


Own your own Jean-Sports-
wear, Infant-Preteen or.
Ladies Apparel Store. Offer-
ing all nationally known
brands such as Jordache,
Chic, Lee, Levi,. Vanderbilt,
Calvin Klein, Wrangler and
over 200 other brands. $7,900 to
$14,900 includes beginning in-
ventory, round trip ticket for
two to the Fashion Center, in-
store training, fixtures and
grand opening promotions.
Call Mr. Wilkerson at Prestige
Fashion 501/329-8327.


MEXICO BEACH
Beach Front-Sea Breeze 3 bdrm., 1
ba. Stained glass windows, sun deck,
fireplace, hot tub, microwave. All the
Extras!
Circle Drive-(2) -Sandpipers 3
bdrm., 2 ba. Furn. Both have cen.
h&a. No. 1 Includes washer. No. 2 In-
.cludes washer & dryer.
39th St.-Moonglow 4 bdrm., 2 ba. 3
story, 1 yr. old. 3 lots from the beach.
Comp. furnished. Ground floor has
laundry and V. ba.
34th St.-Drifting Sands 4 bdrm., 2
be. 3 story, Top floor 2 bdrms. Mid-
dle floor 1 bdrm., 1 ba. liv. & din.
area. Ground floor Master bedroom,
laundry wfwasher & dryer.
42nd St.-Sandcastle 2 bdrm., 1 bea.
Cen. h&a, furn., includes washer.
Arizona Ave.-3 bdrm., 2 ba. 2 lots.
Gas appliances, cen. h&a, fireplace,
master bdrm. has private bath.
Louisiana Drive-2 bdrm., 2 ba. 2
story.'Suspended balcony overlooks
liv. rm. w fireplace. Cen. h&a, gas ap.
pliances, double garage.
15th St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba. Completely
furnished. Gas heat. On 75'x185' lot.


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Yard Sale at the Hi
View Church of God,
St:, H.V., Sat., Feb.
beginning at 10:00.
Yard Sale: Santa An
St. Joe Beach, 5th train
right. Friday and Satur
Yard Sale: 107 Yau
a.m. till 2p.m.
Garage Sale: 2 family
20th St., Sat., Feb. 12tl
-4:00. Furniture, dishes
ing windows, clbo
material, linens and
more. I
5 Family Yard Sal
Tennessee St., Mexico
8 till 4. Lots of merchl
Friday, Feb. 11th.
Yard Sale, 606 Parkt
Cancelled if raining. Fr
to 5.



STREET
SALE

31/2 blocks of y
sales on Gulf Stri
St. Joe Beach.

Saturday,
Feb. 12


City. The office is located at
231 East 4th Street and
provides service' for Bay,
Gulf, Franklin and Walton
Counties.
Additionally, a representa-
tive of Commissioner Gunter's
staff visits Walton, Gulf, and
Franklin Counties every
month. A schedule of the
Representative can be obtain-
ed from the County Judge's
Office.


ghland There will be a regular com-
319 6th munication of Tupelo Lodge
12th, No, 289, F.&A.M. every second
and fourth Thursday at 7:30
na St., p.m.C.S.T.
iler on MICHAELATKINSON, W.M.
rday. Larry Layton, Sec.
tfc 2/10
pen, 8
The V.F.W. Post 10069, John
C. Gainous holds its meeting
ies, 301 every second Tuesday and the
h, 9:00 fourth Thursday at Motel-St.
, awn- Joe at7:30p.m. tfc ll-4
thing,
much The Disabled American Vet-
.tp 2/10 erans, Port St. Joe Chapter 62,
e: _208 will meet the first Monday
Beact, each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
andise Joe Motel. tfc 6-4
: The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Ave., V.F.W. meets the second
iday, 9 Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.
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
eard There will be a regular com-
reet, munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No, 111, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00op.m.
GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
Joe Pippin, Sec.


PANHANDLE. REALTY


and DEVELOPMENT

SALES RENTALS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
OFFICE: On Hwy. 98 &St. Road 386 Beacon Hill
(904)648-5000
MEXICO BEACH-Immaculate 3 bdrm., 1i ba., brick,
near beach, 2 car garage, cen. h/a, overhead fans, cen.
vacuum, 10x30' screen porch, many extras.
1 ACRE LOTS-$100.00 down, 12% interest, owner
financing. Near Intercoastal. Broker/owner.
RENTALS-2 bdrm. house, St. Joe Beach, $200 mo. year
round.
3 bdrm. trailer, $175 mo. year round.


JEAN F. ARNOLD, Broker
RL 3, Box 106, Port St. Joe, FL
32456


43rd St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba. Has work-
shop or 1 bdrm. efficieny apt. Lots of
storage. Outdoor patio w built-In bbq
grill. Also wooden sun deck overlook-
ing the Gulf of Mexico. Outdoor
shower. Privacy fence.
29th St.-(2) 4 bdrm., 3 ba. Liv. & din.
combo. Cen. h&a, utility rm. wilaun-
dry. Adjoining decks. 1,440 sq. ft.
Grand Isle-3 bdrm., 1 bea. Fireplace,
until. rm. Also has an efficiency apt.
w/1 bdrm., 1 ba. 1,060 sq. ft. main
house. 625 sq. ft. efficiency apt.
42nd St.-2 bdrm., 2'/2 ba. town-
houses. Private upper & lower decks.
Kitchen all electric, includes dish-
washer, disposal & refrigerator-
freezer:
Maryland Ave.-75'x100' lot. Already
cleared.
SOLD ABOVE
29th St.-Waterfront lot,
.100'x110'x90'.
Corner 12th St. & Hwy. 98-90'x190'
lot.
15th St.-3 acres 100'x1307. 200'
commercial.
36th St.-75'x100' lot. 1 lot from Hwy.
g98.


BILL MILLER, Associate
BOBBIE MILLER, Associate


Hwy. 98-Approx. 3 acres of prime
commercial property. Ideal for con-
dominiums or townhouses. Approx.
285'x345'x360'x165'. Surrounded by
canal.
Hw. 98-New 2 bdrm., 1%, be.
townhomes. Sundeck with view of
the Gulf.
ST. JOE BEACH
Waterfront lot-Between St. Joe
Beach and St. Joe. 164.4 ft.
beachfront x 300' deep.
OVERSTREET
3 7110 Acres-200' on canal. 200' on
Canal St.
WEWAHITCHKA
Chlpota River-75'x400' lot on the
river. 2 blocks from where Apalachl-
cola and Chipola rivers meet. 75' on
the river, 76' on the road.
Chipola River-3 bdrm., 1 ba. home.
1300 sq. ft. living space. Unfurnished.
243'x75'x400' lot.


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* Located on the corner of 14th St. & Hwy. 98 on Mexico Beach.
* 2 bedroom, 11/2 baths. All units will have sunken living rooms, ceil-
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and dryers.
* All units have front and back sun decks with view of the beautiful
Gulf of Mexico. Approx. 300' from the beach.
* Preconstruction price $69,500.00. Owner financing available.


BARBARA HARMON, Office Manager
RHONDA VISE, Associate


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Young Married Males ............ .$50.00*
All Drivers Age'65 and Over ........$51.00*
*Prices include liability and PIP. You must qualify for
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AUTO, FIRE, LIFE, HEALTH

PELT INSURANCE AGENCY
P. 0. Box 643 Phone'04/639-2525
Mark Pelt, Agent
Wewahitchka, FlaI 32465
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 1983


SLarge 2 bedroom house, on
large chain link fenced lot, ex-
eel. location on Garrison Ave.
SUtility rm. and single car
Garage attached. Air condi-
tioner and some appliances to
remain. Call 229-8346 after 6
p.m. tfc 1/13
2 bdrm., liv. rm., 1 ba., kit-
chen and dining area. Chain
link fenced lot. Small equity,
owner financing. Call 648-5445
after 6 p.m. tfc 1/27
CRY FOR HELP!
I want to ask the good people
of Port St. Joe to help me sell
our -home. My husband is dy-
ing of lung cancer and we need
to return home to Ohio to be
. with our fahilles. See at 219
S7thSt.,. Port St. Joe, Mae
lEchelbrenner. 3tc.127
Mexico Beach Duplex, 1 yr.
'old. Each apartment has 2
bdrm., ba., kitchen, dr/lr
combo, carpet, a/c, Lg. lot
within walking distance of
Gulf. Priced to sell at $44,500.
Call 648-5070 or 648-5621.
: 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 bedroom frame house, in
excel. conditiodition. 1404 Long
S Ave. Phone 22948355. tfc 12-2
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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., 2%4
bdrm., 1 ba., cen h/a, kit-
chen, breakfast rm., din..
rm., liv. rm., utility rmn.
Fenced in back yard, niceW
neighborhood. Phone 227-:
1731. tfc 7-22

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1981 Pontiac Grand Prix v-6,
loaded. Assume loan at St. Joe
Papermakers FCU. Call
648-8432 after 6. 2tc2/20
1982 Toyota Cor., 15,000 mi.,
fully carpeted, 5-spd., air
cond., velour bucket seats,
digital clock, am/fmn stereo,
tinted glass, rear defogger, 4
door. Contact Ralph Rish, 8 to
5, 229-7215, or home after 5,
639-2946.
1978 Ford Econoline Van,
customized by Winnebago, 351
V-8 engine, 41,000 miles. Call,
227-1893. tfc 12-9


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The Gulf Coiunty Health
Dept., Port St. Joe, 'is accept-
ing applications for a parttime
position of Clerk-Typist HI..
Minimum requirements in-
clude: Graduation from a
standard high school and 2
:yrs., of clerical and/or typing
experience. Successfully com-
pleted studies beyond the high
School .level ..may,,besubsti-
'fited of e'req es x-
perience at the rate of 720
classroom hours or 30
semester, hours per- year.-
Ability to type at the rate of 35
correct words per niinute.-For
applications or more inforina-
tion, contact Mrs. Helen Mont-
gomery at: Gulf County
Health Dept., 502 Fourth St.,
Port~St. Joe, 904/227-1276.
Part-time jobs with poten-
tial full time earnings. Com-
plete training. No experience
necessary. Excellent commis-
si6n. Management" opening
available when qualified. Call
Carletta. at 769-2363 for an
appt. 4tc 1/20


S "For Sale by Owner-- 111p Ppa|q Blyvd1. ,
.. p .Joe
" Call 904/968-5464, Pensacola ifc93o


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

3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry home with carport n Ig. lot in
qood neighborhood. $33,500.00.
3 bdrm., 1 ba. frame, dwelling at 110 Duval St., Oak
Grove. Only $8,000.00.

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


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MEXICO BEACH
Corner Virginia & Fla. Ave -New.
modular wlbrick: 3 bdrm, 2 be.
fireplace; screen porcn, fence
75x 112.5 lot. $55,000 00 Terms
Tenn Ave -3 bdim. 3 be. pool.
fireplace, jenn-alre range & grill,
many extras. Financing available.
.ooo. __
Cornel 6th 9 Fla. Double-wide on 2
Iota 2,-yrs old 3 bdrm.. 2 ba. In.
cludes appliances. S55.O00
43rd St (adjacent to canal). New
"cedar. 1 bdrm 1 ba apts. $34,900 00.
small down pml $303 mo.
27th Si. Beachfront-3 bdim 2 ba.
c.b. construction, Ig. glassed poich.
$105,000.00.
Corner Palm & Azalea St 3 Ddrm,
2 ba., brick & stucco, 2 lots. Includes
appliances stlor. house. $65,100.
Gulf Front 371h St. Cedar Town.'
houses. 2 or 3 bdrms., 2'. ba. $78,500,
& $83,500. 20% down, balance
1k'/,% interest.
Virginia Ave -2 story. I Ig bdrm.,
screen porch. downstairs unfinished.,
has wiring 8 plumbing, $45.000.
Hwy 386-A-Doublewlde mobile
home. 3 bdrm., 2 oa on 1 05 acres
Good terms 549.900
7th St.-1981 doublewide mobile
home, brick foundation, 3 bdrm, 2 ba
$50,000 ____
29th St. at Hwy. 98 2 newly con.
sitrucled, stilled 4 bdrm., 2 ba beacn.
houses. Unfurnished $79,000. Fur.
nished $84.500.
Hwy. 386A-2 bmrn, still house on
75'i185' lot. Furnished. $38.000.
Arizona Dr.-Stone & cedar. 3 bdrm.
2 ba.,. cathedral ceiling, skylights,
fireplace, many extras. $78.000


Fortner Ave -2 bdrm. ig screen
porch. fireplace carper, storage l0ag
137.25000 _
WalerironI beach house 28th St on
ignt I 1.'1 borm.. fireplace. Furnished
$69.000 00
41th S -2 odrm. 1 be. on 75'x112'
snaded lol t$36.000 Assumable mo,.
Igage
Beachaide of Hwy on 34in St
Quadraplex each unir has 3 bdrm. 2
* be
12th S.-2 ddrm, 1 be, cln ceiling,
jenn aire. furnished. $45.000.
Beachside 42nd St -2 bdrm 1 Da.
furnished, $58 50000. financing avail
* Beachside Circle Dr -3 barm, 2 ba
Swglassed porch, furnished ,$79000
Financing available
Hwy 98 & 241h 51 -3 Dorm. 2 ba
S$68.000 ____
Beachside Circle Dr.-3 bdrm. 2 ba
brick home, Includes all appliances.
fireplace. furnished only 3 yrs old
584.500 Financing available
Mobile Home-41h St--nice-sun
:porch, walking distance-to beach;, lot
Is 50'x150' $29,500.
Mobile Home-Georgia Ave. on nice
lot, only 2 yrs..old, $22,000,
2 story house, 4 bdrm., 2 ba. With
great view of gulf dedicated beach,
owner may finance. $110.000.
Beachside 43rd Si -3 bdrm. 2 ba.
across from canal, sex. stor bidgs,.
Sundeck overlooks Gulf. $79.800
Grand Isle-3 Ddim, 1 be nice brick
house wiefliciency apt adjoining on
2 nice lots..$79,0O0. .
26th Stl-3 bdrm. 2 ba., 2 story
house, lot size 75'x100' $52.000
Beachside 42nd St. Townhouses. 2
bdrm 2 be Newly constructed, 3
units $79.000 ea. Owner finan.ravail.


Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate


61th SI.-3 bdrm 2 be.. fireplace
slotr nouse $60 000
Grano Isle Subd.-3 brm., 1 ba with
grapevines & shade trees. heal pump.
$50,000
Beacnside 39th St with terrific view
of Gull, 4 odrM 2 be. still house.
$104.000 _____
Beachside 341h St.-Still house with
great gulf view. $104.000 .
Almost new-24'x56' mobile home to
be moved off of lot 3bdim..2ba cen
hia. carpet. stove, relrig. $20.000 wiln
assumable loan.
OVERSTREET
3 oorm.. brick home on 85 acres.
$50.000 ____
BEACON HILL
3rd SI & 3rd Ave -Duplex. 1 bdrm. 1
be ea or 2 garm.. 2 oa home
S?6.500 Good financing.
3rd St & 4th Ave -3 bdrm. 1 ba.
fireplace. lence. $38.000.
WEWAHITCHKA
Land's Landing-2 story house, 3
Bdrm0, .2 ba. on Chipola River
$28,000. ____
Hwy. 71 (Dalkelth), 3 bdrm., 1 ba., ap-
prox. 1 acre, $18,000.
Cochran Landing-Partially finished
4 bdrm. on 2 lots. Good well & septic
tank, $27,500.
HIGHLAND VIEW
108 6th St.-3 bdrm., 'A block from
bay. Fence, barn, fruit trees, $18,000M
WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.b. store. bldg. 'M mile
from Intracoastal. $64,000.


Orena Miller, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate


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House for Rent in Highland
View. 2 bdrm., living rm/kit.
combo, stove & refrig. furn.
$50 deposit; $135 mo. For more
info. come by 890 Parker Ave.,
Highland View, or call 229-6999
and ask for Tim (8 a.m. 5
p.m.) ltc2/3

SEVCS


GAY'S AUTO REPAIR
Tune-Up (Special)
Parts Inc. .....,.... $39.95
Front Brakes
Disc or Drum ...... $31.95
Rear Brakes .... ..... $33.95
Oil Change (You furnish
. Oil& Filter) ...s.. .:. $4.00
Engine Overhaul,-"".
(parts inc.) ........ $725.00
Rebuilt Starters &
Alternators ......... $3.95
Rotors & Drums Turned,
Electrical Wiring, Rear
Ends, Bearings, etc.
Timing Chains (parts
included ..... .. $110.00
Located Behind Bay Auto
Parts.in Highland View
S 2 qualified mechanics
on duty.


HAIR IT IS!
Now Open Mon. Sat.
.9-5, CST
Evening Appointments
Upon Request
Jim Brooks-Barber/Stylist
Sandra Page-Stylist &
Sculptured Nails
Patty Brown-Owner/Stylist
648-5854.
Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach
Tic1/27


BETTY'S BEAUTY SALON
(Formerly Idle Hour)'
Betty Heath Owner
Genie Cox, Stylist
Mae Williams, Stylist
Hair Styling for...
MEN and WOMEN
Shaping Blow Drying
Chemical Control
Wet Sets
Frosting Tinting
Bleaching
Tues. Sat.
.,WALK-INS WELCOMED
229-6201
402 3rd St. Port St. Joe
tfc 1%20


229-6073


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Got the laundromat blues?
Rent-to-own a washer as low
as $40.00 mo. Service Includ-
ed. 227-1515/763-5404.
24' oyster boat, $450. '22'
Sportscraft boat for- sale,
$3,500. Call 648-8430.' tfc 1/6


Mini-trampoline, excellent
condition, built according to
safety specifications, $225.
Call 227-1425 after 4 p.m.
tfc 1/20
Private Sale to be held by
Fletcher Reinhart, 516 9th St.,
Port St. Joe. 1978 Honda Hawk
400 motorcycle. Reason for
sale unpaid repair & storage,
minimum bid, $950. 4tp 1/20
1972 12'x5t' trailer, 2 bdrm.,
I ha., cen. a&h, new carpet,
total electric. Call 648-5807.
tfe 2-3
House boat, fully equipped
*for summer & winter enjoy-
ment, well built. Has 7 ft.
porch on each end, and 3 ft.
walkway all around. Ideal for
,fish and/or hunting camp.
Move it where you please. For'
more information contact
John White, Port St. Joe,
227-1366. tfc 2/3


Babysitter wanted for 3
months old child to come to
the child's house. From 8:30
a.m. 6:30 p.m. EST. Call
648-5286. 4tc2/3
Want to Buy: Mobile home'
tires and axles. If you are
serious about needing extra
money, call collect
904/575-1844. 4tp 1/27

Wanted: Face mask to wear
when chemicals are being
sprayed.or turned loose in and
around my house. 229-6751, I-
ene Gay.. 2tc 2/10
Wanted: Home Repairs and
odd jobs. Call C. W. Ford, at
229-6820. 4tp 1/20
$500 will be paid by property
owner for information leading
to arrest and conviction of per-
sons spraying or pouring
chemicals or other substances
on property at 614 Maddox St.,
Ilene Gay. 4tp 1/20


S411 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL


TH&R BLOCK
The Income Tax People


CONSULTANTS:
Jacquelyn Quarles
Linda Johnson


A


HOURS:
Mon. Fri. 10:00-5;30 p.m.
Sat. 10:00-12:30 p.m.


nn Strait
Appointments Availableaf Your Convenience


1978 Cougar XR7 equipped w
p.s., disc brakes, auto. fanss,
351 eng., sunroof, Pioneer tape
*deck w 120 watt booster and 7
band equalizer, new tires, low
mileage. Call 2294666.
4tp 1/27

DIXIE D USED CARS
Hwy. 98 & 41st St.
Mexico Beach
1977 Chevy pickup V-8,
s. shift, 8ft.s/s .... $1975
1978 Olds Cutlass Supreme
2 dr., x clean,
1 owner ............ $3895
1978 T Bird
x clean, 1 owner .. $3495
1974 P .t.Ais. non
perf lep U$1195
1974 Ply. 4 di., must see
x clean ............ $1195
1973 Ford s/w........ $950
Car Wash Open 24 Hours





Full-time coordinator need-
ed for local Child Abuse
Prevention Program in Bay
and Gulf County. Send resume
to B. Butler, 425E. Call St.,
Tallahassee, FL 32301. EEOE.
2t2/10
Top of the Gulf Restaurant,
Mexico Beach, is taking ap-
plications for a cook. Must
have recent experience in
rhanaging a restaurant kit-
chen and preparation of -
seafoods and steaks. Call
648-5621 after 5 p.mi for inter-
view. 2tc 2/10


Copies
Now at

The Star
300 Williams Ave.
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 2-30
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


16' boat with motor and
trailer for $600; plus 1975 Hon-
da 750 for $800 or best offer.
12" color t.v. for $100. Call
648-5353. 2tc2/10
20.1 cu. ft. freezer, Rheem
chest type, excel. cond., 1%
yrs. old. Call 229-6082.
1972 16' Sportcraft boat &
trailer w/ 35 h.p. motor, ask-
ing $1,200 for all. Also have
female Doberman for sale,
$25. Call 648-5846. ltp2/10
(1) 125 gal. l.p. gas tank; (1)
40 gal. gas water heater; (1)
wall heater with cir. fan,
vented. All less than 3 yrs.
Cost-$1,700.00 new, asking $500
for all. Cash will del. 227-1255.
For Sale or Rent: Sheri
12x55' mobile home, 2 bdrm.,
central heat, a/c if wanted.
Owner will finance. Call
648-8359. 3tp2/10
Two chairs and 1 blue love
seat, reasonable. Call 227-1205.
after 3. ltp 2/10
(1) Sears air compressor,
6.5 c.f.m., with 3 h.p. B&S gas
motor, like new cond. $200
cash. Call 227-1255. -
Spanish style red velvet
couch & chair rent-to-own only
$40.00 mo. No Credit Check.
Call 227-1515/763-5404.
A.K.C. Labrador Retriever
puppies, 6 wks. old. Chocolate
arid black. Have been *ormed
twice. For mdre infor., call
area code 205/566-5711 or 227-
1336 (227-1510 at night). ltp
For Sale As Is: Camper top _
to fit long bed pickup, $50. Call
229-8795.


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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



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


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


REEVES FURNITURE &

" REFINISHING SHOPPE \
SPhone 229-6374

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




PAT'SMATS & FRAMES
406 7th Street Mexico Beach, Fla.
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 Boweh, owner 648-8914


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc6 5
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
'work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
tfc7-3
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours ).


St Joseph Bay
ConstnictsoI
Reskidntiai
Commnercial





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


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Furnished 2 bdrm. at St. Joe
Beach. Fully carpeted, cen.
heat and air. Screened porch,
clean and well kept. Security
deposit required. Call 648-5430.
Five room beach house, un-
furnished. Call 229-8598. tfc 2/3
2 bdrm. nice one year old
duplex. On 7th St., Mexico
Beach. Stove & refrig. furnish-
ed. $200 mo. year round. Call.
648-5016, after 6 p.m., 648-5070.
tfc2/3
2 bedroom furnished apart-
ment for rent. Conveniently
located, residential area. Call
227-1796 days or 648-8295 even-
ings and weekends. tfc 1/10
SKI BREEZE
Camping, mobile home, 2'
bdrm. apt. and campers for
rent, day, week or month. On
the gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Res' 229-6105.
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
Room for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfie7-1
Available soon: Commer- .
cial building on Reid Ave. For
more information call 229-6374
after 5 p.m. tfc 11-4


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Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY:
306 Reid Avenue


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ERA PARKER REALTY
HIGHWAY 98 & 31st STREET
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA
648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073 (Outside Florida)


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SERVICES


For Your, :
SAW FILING Needs
Contact W. C. Miles
112 1st St., Highland View
x 229-6552
4tp2/3-
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 229-482 or 229-6447
tfc 11-4
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day


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


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


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!










Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


Now Ready to Service .
Your Accounting &
Income Tax Needs! -
229-8536
220 Reid Ave.
(- Next to Boyles)
PORT ST. JOE. FL

Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
Closed Apalachicola office
/AUNETA BREWER Pat Hohm.n,
fwner Assistant


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:PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 10. 1983



Search On for Person With Big Heart


The search continues in Gulf Heart". Nominations continue
County for the "Person with to pour in from all over the


County,. but more are hoped
for. The Gulf County Chapter


of the American Heart Asso-
ciation invites you to send in
your nomination today!
Weekly winners will receive.
approximately $200.00 in gifts
from the following mer-
chants: Abby's Restaurant,
Wewahitchka State Bank,
Country Class Restaurant,
Piggly Wiggly, Mayhann's
Department Store, Camp-
bell's Drugs, Saveway Food
Store, Butler's Restaurant,


"Florida National Bank, Hurl-
but's Hardware, Motel St. Joe
Restaurant.
A Grand Prize Winner, "The
Person with Heart in Gulf
County" will be selected from
among the four weekly win-
ners: Nominations of 100
words or less may be submit-
ted at Wewahitchka State
Bank, Hurst and Adams
Drugs in Wewahitchka; in
Port St. Joe at Florida Nation-


al Bank, Telan Credit Union,
St. Joe Papermaker's Credit
Union, Buzzett"s Drugs,
Campbell's Drugs, or St. Joe
Drugs; and on the Beaches at
Florida National Bank's
Branch office. Entries, may be
mailed to "Person with
Heart", Gulf County Chapter
of the American Heart Asso-
ciation, Post Office Box 310,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. All
nominations should be in no
later than Monday, February
21, at 4:00 P.M., Eastern time.


"The wise man is informed in what is right. The inferior
man is informed.in what will pay." Confucius


Gal22-23 HIGHLAND VIEW


0 CHURCH OF GOD


Congressman

Don Fuqua

Rep' orts


Wiggly, Mayhann's Dept. Store, Campbell's
Drugs, Hurlbut's Hardware, Butler's Res-
taurant, Country Class Restaurant, Motel St.
Joe Restaurant, Abby's Restaurant, and a
$50.00 Savings Bond from Florida National
Bank. Be sure to send in your nominations
and look for next week's winner in The Star.

Eells Advances
You .
rt of In Knights
Byron W. 'Eells, Jr. was
Place recently received into the
Fourth Degree in the A. J.
Calliouet Assembly of the
Knights of Columbus, Council
9-45 A M No. 7,355 of St. Bernadette
11 00 A.M Parish, Houma, Louisiana. He
5:45 P M also received a life-time mem-
7 00 P.M bership in the Knights Council
7:00 P.M No. 7355.
Byron's wife, Kathleen Ned-
ley, was also presented with
the Certificate of Merit from
irch the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Knights Council No 7355 of
Houma.
ELL
nd Youth The mockingbird has been
known to change its tune
.vr. 87 times in seven minutes.


First Winner
Verna Totman (right), Vice President of
the 'Gulf County Chapter of the American
Heart Association, presents Terri Lyles with
Gift Certificates from Saveway, Piggly


We Want
To Be A Pa
The Friendly


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BIBLE STUDY ............ .
MORNING WORSHIP ......... .
CHURCH TRAINING ... .
EVENING WORSHIP .. ... .. ..
'WEDNESDAY .. . .


Long Ave. Baptist Chi
1601 LONG AVENUE
MARK DONN
Minister of Music a


1001 Hwy.
(across fro
Duren's Sto


Harry and S
Ow


9 l 09 APR
:- GMAC Financing on '83 Models

Example of Just How Easy It Is To Own A New Car or Truck


1983 Monte Carlo 2-Dr.


Only

$19863


M198 48 payments, $1,500 down payment (cash or
tradee, plus tax, tag & fees, APR 11.9. Credit apT
proval required.


Hi, I have moved back to Port St. Joe and am now
representing our area for" Tommy Thomas
Chevrolet. If. can be of any service to you In pur-
chasing a new or used car or truck please call me,
Nancy. Little, at 229-6372.


S OMMY, IHOMAS


P ,t 7852


I have long been concerned
about a national problem which,
if not addressed soon, will result,
in our loss of leadership in the
high-stakes high technology
competition.
Education throughout the
school, system is at the' center
of. the problem, with specific
emphasis on training more
teachers and encouraging them
to remain in classrooms.
Particularly critical is the
declining number of Americans
who are pursuing advanced
degrees in the fields of science.
and technology.
.1 was extremely pleased
when President Reagan in his
:State of the" Union Speech
Sr cognized this problem and,
pledged his administration to
finding solutions. .
During the last session of'
Congress I sponsored the
* "Engineering and Science Man-
Spower Act of 1982" which was
approved by the Committee on
Science and Technology but
h nevr got to' the House floor.
'I have re-introduced a new
version of that bill which still
contains the essential elements
creating, a, matching fund
pool of $100 million a year for
five years to be administered by
the National Science Founda-
Stion, and which will be
distributed to institutions which
either match the funds
themselves or who can arrange
for businesses to match the
'funds.
The bill also clearly describes
the nation's goal of achieving a
continuing level of scientific and
technological excellence and
establishes a fund to improve
critical instrumentation in our
laboratories.
As President Reagan said in
his State of the Union Message:
"We Americans are still the
world's technological leader in
most fields. We must keep that
edge, and to do so we need to
begin renewing the basics start-
-ing with our educational
system. While we grew compla-
cent, others have acted.
"Japan, with a population
only about half the size of ours,
graduates from its universities
more engineers than we do."
In testimony before the
Committee on Educationr and
SLabor the day following the
President's message, I offered
my support for a bill currently
before that committee which
complements that which I have
'sponsored.
The Education Committee
Bill is designed to improve.
Science and math education

School Lunch


Menu .
Monday, February 14
Chili con cane with beans,
cabbage slaw; baked apples,
crackers, and milk;
Tuesday, February 15
Chicken, turnip greens,
sweet potatoes, cornbread,
and milk.
Wednesday, February 16
Hot dogs, baked beans,
sliced peaches, cinnamon cris-
py, and milk.
Thursday, February 17
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
tossed salad, green. beans,
buttered rolls, and milk.
Friday, February 18
Fish, orange juice, buttered
corn, hush puppies, cookies,
and milk.
Menus may change without,
notice due to the availability
of foods.

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



NIF&E~ I'ARUH MLR IkbN1


throughout our, grade schools
--much like we upgraded our
technical education program in
the wake of Russia's Sputnik
through the Military Defense
Education Act.
Certainly the time is past
due to drastically upgrade our
math and science .programs
Throughout our schools so that
our children will be prepared to
live and compete in the new
high-technology society of
tomorrow.
1I was proud to have been
the first witness in five days of
scheduled hearings on the
"Emergency Mathematics and
Science Education Act" and
stand, ready'lto work in a col-
laborative manner with the
Education Committee so that
, we can appropriately address
the overlapping issues with
which we are faced.


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


* HEATING: Natural Gas;'
Electric-& Oil


* MAJOR APPLIANCES
All Major Models


* ELECTRICAL- PLUMBING REFRIGERATORS
and FREEZERS


DAN I ELS SERVICE COMPANY
Phone 229.8416 Port St. Joe, Fla.


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


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HOME APPLIANCE REPAIR


NOW OPEN IN PORT ST. JOE



98 Telephone
)m 29041
Dre) 229-8932


CUMBAA MEMORIAL SERVICE
ybil Cumbaa Harry Varnum,
ners Manager


Innaastsasaa~.daeaaoo~aolaallrrad~,aw


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* 785-5221


SPanama City


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OPEN


Each


'TIL 9:00 P.M.


Night Monday thru


Sat


Quantity
Rights
Reserved


Cigarettes & Tob.
Products Excluded
In Limit Deals


CLOSED SUNDAYS -
See You In Church


urday


Closed All Day Sunday


510 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.


Prices Good
Feb. 9-15, 1983


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Bush's
Chili Hot
Beans
3 15 oz.
cans


88


I* r


Double Luck
Green
Beans


16 oz.
cans


1


'Family Pak
GROUND,
CHUCK


Baking

HeS: Lb.


;Blade Cut
PORK
CHOPS-


T-Bone Steak.........


Sirloin Steak ......
Rib EyeSteakl......
Shoulder Roast.....
Center Chuck Roast .
Round Steak ......
Boneless
LoinStrips


*


.. .. ...


Family Pak


Family Pak
CUBED
STEAK


. ib.,SP.99


... . Ib.2.79
......... lb. l 3.39
..... ... lb. 1.69
.....,... lb. 1.69
. l. b. .1.99

Ib. 2.99


Cut-Up Whole
FRYERS
A-IO n-


Full Hind Beef


$ :Limited
Quantity


Tender Beef
CHUCK
STEAK


S Eat Like. Chuck
New Turkey Added-
GROUND
BEEF


wift's


Swift's
Premium
3 Ib. can

Ham


" .


Lykes Cooked Ham ... .
Lykes All Meat Franks....
Power PakFranks ......
Flavorite Sliced Bacon ....
Family Pak
Ground Round


10 Lb Bucket


10 Lb. Bucket
Fresh Frozen.
CHIT'LINS


9


..


I .


..b. $1.69
. 1oz. i.*2.19


.. .. 12oz. 99
S. ... 12.69
.m. .. 12oz.99

Ib. $9


Jiffy
Corn Muffin
Mix


4Pkgs.


n 32 Oz. Pkg. No Brand
Thin Spaghetti
7% oz. Pkg. No Brand
Mac. & Cheese


81


18 Oz. Pkg. No Brand
Corn Flakes


4I 1 Gallon Jar No Brand
Vegetable Oil


$1.09
$3.83


24 Oz. Btl.
Pancake Syrup .


303 can W. K. or C.S.
CORN ..


79


3I1s.19


No Brand
3 Lb. Rice


No Brand
Gal. Bleach......


. 75


77


No Brand
Paper Towels
303 Cans No Brand
Tomatoes...


Birds Eye 2 9
Lil Ears Corn "129
16 Oz. McKenzie Speckled 8
Butterbeans. 9


12 Oz. Minute Maid
Orange Juice ..
Pet Ritz
Pie Shells ....


10 Ct. BUTTER-ME-NOT
Biscuits


99
69


2188C


Kraft American Singles
Cheese s oz.


1 Lb. Pkg. Kraft 6 Stick
Oleo Margarine


19


690


16 oz. Merico Chocolate Chip
Cookies 1. .19


16 Oz.VEGA l 2A88C I
Mixed Vegetables 188


8 Oz. KRAFT
French Dressing....


32 Oz. Fine Fare
Prune Juice


.. .....


16 Oz. Instant IDAHO
Inst. Potatoes ..


8 Oz. FINE FARE
Tomato Sauce
16 Oz. VAN CAMP'S
Pork & Beans


5 Oz. ARMOUR
Vienna Sausage


17 Oz. OLD DUTCH
Cleanser


0 *


79'
99C

88C


3/88C


... 2/88'


211.00


3P1LOO


Large Tray Pak

Ripe Bananas


Stayman Delicious
RED 'EAPPLES


ONIONS .... .


GREEN CABBAGE


3 lb. bag58C
2 heads 880


* .


Tray


3lbs.88
Med.Head 49


,b.190


CRISP LETTUCE.


WAXED RUTABAGAS .


Certified Seed Potatoes b. 15


Idaho


Baking Potatoes


3b.99


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PAGE FOURTEEN


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 1983


Report Good Loss Record


I Guidance Clinic's Weight Programs
techn "the skll of efec h .


The Gulf County Guidance viors that are necessary to
Clinic, Inc. has recently an- lose and control weight. The
nounced that newly establish- psychological and behavioral
ed "Weight Control Pro- aspects of weight control are
grams" conducted at the taught at the Clinic in weekly
Clinic have met with consider- group sessions conducted by
able enthusiasm and success. Ailes. Each weight group has
According to Edwin R. Ailes, about five participants who
Executive Director of the have varying amounts of
Clinic, these programs have weight to lose ranging from
become very popular with ten pounds to well over one
local residents. Participants hundred pounds. .;
have reported considerable In reviewing the status of
satisfaction with the program the groups, Ailes reported that
along with significant record- approximately twenty-five in-
ed weight losses. dividuals have participated in
Ailes said that the Weight the Clinic's Weight Control
Control Programs were initi- Program over the past ten
ated at the Clinic about ten months. All participants have.
months ago to assist individU-', shown weight loss and im-
als with establishing the beha- proved ability to control their


eating habits. Due to the
success and the continuing
inquiries into these programs,
other weight control groups
have been planned at the
Clinic for the future.
Ailes said that charges for
the program are competitive
with other similar ,weight
reduction programs. Individu-
als who are interested in
weight loss and weight control'
must have medical clearance
prior to participation in the
program.- According to Ailes,
the only other requirement for
participation in the group is a
desire to spend some time and
considerable- effort with re-
gard to weight control. The
program. concentrates upon


Pines Pretty, but Can be


Fire Hazard with Neglect


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Catfish Luck
S D. A. Ruckman really brought home
: dinner this past week, when he caught this
" fine.string of catfish in Depot Creek on a


trotline., The scales said the large .catfish
Ruckman is holding up in his right hand
weighed nine pounds. Ruckman said the
catch was just one trip to the Creek. "I've
been going regularly here lately', he said.
-Star'photo


Living close to unspoiled
Nature in expensive home or,
modest mobile home, with
woodlands for a backyard, is
increasingly popular with Flo-:
ridians, but...it can give fire
experts the nervous willies.
You. as. the owner may see
only how attractive the pine
tree looks as it spreads
protective limbs over your,
roof. The fireman sees the
accumulation of pine straw
-building up on the roof below,
just ready for a spark from the
nearby fireplace chimney to
ignite a big fire on top of your
house.
Private homes and other
expensive developments often
are found closely mingled with
uncleared woods and .shrubs.
A fire in a house very often
can spread to the woods, and
vice versa. The urban-rural ,
interface thus presents a
'special kind of problem.-
Municipal and volunteer fire
departments, the State Fire
Marshal's office and the Flo-
rida Division of Forestry,
Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services, al-
ways have teamed up to put-
out fires in the urban-rural
areas.
Now, they're going a step


further and initiating coopera-
tive efforts to prevent such
fires from happening. Tenta-
tive plans are to cooperate in
developing fire prevention in-
formation and making it avail-
able to as many residents of
Florida as possible. ,
The information will cover
such common problems as.
how and when to do any
outdoor burning safely and
legally; how to spot fire
hazards in and around the
rural home and how to, avoid
accidentally setting the woods
afire. -
"We feel. that after working


effectively in the 1981 fire
disaster. year which Florida
experienced, local and state-
wide fire agencies can effec-
tively demonstrate fire pre-
vention to our citizens in a
cooperative program," said
the Division' of Foresty Fire
Control Chief, Mike .Long.
Florida currently is in the
middle of its season for the
most wildlands fires, but
heavy and frequent-rains have
aided all fire units in keeping
downithe blazes.
"It's better to prevent then
than to have to put them out,"
said Long.


teaching "the skills of effee- i
e vit weight loss i


weight management." The
Clinic encourages anyone who


ti
a


s interested in participating
n a weight control group at
he Clinic to contact Mr. Ailes
t 227-1145.


B !fine eight-point buck during the waning days
:.BBags g BDuI ICK of the deer season. Pippin bagged the 116
poind buck in the Ed Ball Management Area.
Cecil Ray Pippin came home with this -Star photo


Amn.Deeson Assigned to Keesler AFB


Airman William R. Deeson.
Jr., son of William R. and
Marion E. Deeson of Route 3,
Port St. Joe, has been assign-i
ed to Keesler Air Force Base,
Miss., after completing Air


Force basic training,
During the' six weeks at
Lackland Air Force Base,
Texas, the airman studied the
Air Force mission, organiza-
tion and customs and received'


USAF Promotes Belden
Amy E. Belden, daughter of Base.
John and Louetta Achor of Her husband, Air Force
Little Rock, Ark., has been H husband, Air Force
promoted in the US Air Tech. Sgt. Michael A. Belden,
promoted i the U.Sa Ai
: Force to the rai of staff is the son offGeorge Belden of
sergeant..
Belden is a food service The sergeant is a 1976
specialist with the 3201st Air graduate of .McClellan High
Base Group at Eglin Air Force School, Little Rock.


special training iin human
relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree in. applied science
through the Community Col-
fege dflthe Air Force.
The airman will now receive
specialized instruction in the
avionics -systems field.
He is a 1982 graduate of Port
St. Joe Junior Senior High
School.
His' wife, Cynthia, is; the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jamet C. Cox of 1312 Palm
Blvd., also of Port St. Joe.


ThE SILENT


CASH REaGISTER


It's ringing up your kilowatthours.


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


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



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


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


Florida Power
We're Customers, Too.


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Sur-Way Electric

411 Reid Avenue


Commercial, Residential

Remodeling and

Service Work

CHARLES SOWELL

26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded
Call Shorty at
229-6798




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purchase of prescription lenses.


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Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
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WVVORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M.'& 7:30 P.M.
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MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .,..... 7:30 P.M.
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GULF ACCOUNTING


SERVICE, Inc.

322 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe


Income Tax Preparation

Bookkeeping




Short Forms (,040A) $..

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Long Forms (1040) & Up
Senior Citizen Discounts


Phone 229-6332
OFFICE HOURS: Monday Friday, 8:30 5:30,
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