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 Material Information
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: March 3, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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TE STAIR


Industry -Deep Water Port--Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY. MARCH 3, 1983


20* Per Copy J


High Winds,



High Tides,


High Seas


Strike Gulf InSto,
SA last-of-winter storm lash- M-A-S-H Monda
ed the Gulf County and ert Newman sa
.Panhandle area Sunday and shorted out
Monday of this week, bringing power supply al
high winds; high, tides, high and it was a li
seas and heavy rains to the p.m., before se
area for the two day period. stored.
The -Panhandle was' just While sevei
beginning to dry out from a ditches and P.
heavy rain' front which had which runs thr
moved through the week be- 'dential section a
fore, dumping heavy precipi- were full of wat
station on the Panhandle and ditches flooded.
:soaking Gulf County. ' Waves broke
As a matter of fact, Gulf way 98 on Cons
C oiinty recorded nearly seven in south Port St
.:inches of rain in February, Highway 98: in ]
-,ordinarily a dry month. Most during the after
of. the rainfall has come during at the height of
the past two weeks. � RAIN RI
-.: The high 'winds which at- The Star's
-tended the front which moved Emily Simmo
through Sunday and Monday, Tuesday that n
ca.. used heavy damage for Port St. Joe
throughout th Panhandle, from two and a
-particularly along the coast. inches. A rain
Here in Gulf County, al- in 1966 in Febr
though the high tides and high inches were
'seas were prevalent, the most February of t
-severe damage reported was inches were rec
the 40 minute delay in the A wet month
showing of the final episode of record.
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rm
ay night. Rob-
aid heavy rain
the system's
bout 6:00 p.m.,
title after 9:00
'rvice was re--
ral drainage
atton's Bayou
ough the resi-
of Port St. Joe,
er, none of the
across High-
stitution Drive
t. Joe and over
Highland View
noon Monday,
f the storm.
RECORD
"Rain Lady",
>ns, reported
ormnal rainfall
in February is
a half to three
record was set
uary when 7.6
recorded. In
his year, 6.6
corded
h, but not a


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Heavy waves pound the shore under the Mexico Beach
pier Monday afternoon during a storm in the Panhandle
area.



Jury Awards



$250,000


.In 1981 Accident Claim


A jury awarded Mrs. Mary
Ella Davis, 62, damages of
$250,000 in the death of her
husband who was killed in a
1981 accident. Davis , was
driving a pick-up truck which
collided with a City fire truck
at the intersection of high-
ways 98 and 71.
'The jury decided a Port St.
Joe fireman, driving the truck
toa fire call, was 90 percent at
fault in the accident and Mrs.
Davis' husband was 10 percent
at fault.
Mrs. Davis' attorney, Rob-.
ert Kerrigan of Pensacola,
haid asked for 'damages of
$120,000 and total damages in
excess of $1 million.
Robert Earl Davis, 69.at the.
time of the accident on
February 24,1981, was driving
a pick-up truck in which he
was killed and three passen-
gers injured - one, a boy now
four years old, was injured
seriously.
Fireman James Graves,
who was driving the fire truck
at'-the time of the collision
Testified the pick-up had a
',-reen light and the fire truck
had a red light at the time of
the collision.
Witnesses called on Wed-
nesday indicated there was


some question as to whether
or not the fire truck had the
red light, and the pick-up the
green.
A sworn statement by Dr.
Eulogio Vizcarra, said he was
told by Leroy Davis, son of the
man killed, that his father
was going through a yellow
light and should slow down.
The statement was reportedly
made at the hospital moments
after the accident.
Davis said in court he was
positive the light was green
for his father.
Tony Graham, a volunteer
fireman riding on. the fire
truck, said in court he was
positive the fire truck had a
green light.
Attorney Kerrigan intro-
duced statements made by
Graham earlier to investiga-
tors which said he (Graham)
'was not sure what color the
light was.
A second suit in the accident
is expected to get into the
courts within the next few
months on behalf of the young
boy, son of Leroy Davis, who
was seriously injured in the
accident. The boy, now four, is
paralyzed from the shoulders
down. This case is scheduled
for federal court.


Three Men Hurt In




Week's Accidents



Former Court Clerk Seriously Injured


George Core was seriously hurt in this accident pick-up truck on Highway 98. --Star photos
Tuesday afternoon, when the chip truck struck his


Since' the first of the year, Gulf County's Highway
Patrolmen have had nothing to do except ride the
highways and keep a wary eye out. Port St. Joe's Police
Department has also been in a situation where they had
no accidents to report. Except for a minor fender-bend-'
ing every now and then, automobile accidents were in
almost s 'short sulpify as an extra job during the first
two months of the year. '
This past week, all this ended. Within six days, three
people were hurt in three accidents. Two of these people
were hurt seriously: Cyril R. Thomas suffered serious
leg injuries in an accident last Friday and former Clerk
of the Circuit Court, George Core, received serious
injuries when his pick-up truck was struck by a pulp
wood truck Tuesday afternoon.
According. to investigating officers, Core, age 65,
was travelling north on Montnient Avenue at the Eighth'
Street intersection; when he apparently made a left turn
around the traffic pattern at that point, into Highway 98,
to head south.

*, ,, , , , ,


14-Year-Old Youth

Hurt In Cycle Crash,
Cecil Gregg Linton, age 14, suffered from painful
bruises and abrasions Sunday afternoon about 1:15 p.m.,
when the three-wheel motorized tricycle he was riding
on, struck a car backing out of a drive on Seventh Street
in Highland View.
According to. a report filed by Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper Herschel Hill, Linton was riding a
vehicle which was being towed by Tommy.Vickers, also
14, with a 1983 Honda cycle. Vickers was pulling the
Linton vehicle With, a rope, headed south on Seventh
Street.
Mrs. Joyce Sculley, was backing her 1980 sedan out
of her drive at this 'ame time, backing into Seventh
Street. Vickers swerved to miss the 'car, but Linton
plowed into the right rear side -of the vehicle on the
three-wheeler. The tow rope broke at impact, probably
saving Linton from more serious injuries.
Linton Was thrown off the towed vehicle 6nto the
pavement where he was scraped, bruised and cut from
the impact. He was taken to Gulf Pines Hospital by Gulf
County Volunteer Ambulance service, for treatment.
Trooper Hill said charges' are pending in the
accident.


* *


. **


A chip truck was travelling north at about 35 miles
per hour on Highway 98 and slammed into the side of
Core's pick-up as he made the left turn.
According to'the chip truck driver, the pick-up was
just about 10 feet in front of his truck when he saw it. "I
"i couldn't stop" he said.
The chip track struck Core's pick-up in the door on
the driver's side, pushing it some 50 to 60 feet north on
Highyway 98 before coming to a stop at the-curb.
Core was taken to Gulf Pines Hospital and
transferred to a Bay County hospital suffering from
several broken ribs, a broken collar bone and suspected
fractured skull.
Patrolmnan James Graves of the Port St. Joe Police
Department still has the 5:20 p.m.; collision under
investigation..


Cecil Gregg Linton received minor injuries when
this tree-wheeler crashed into a car Sunday afternoon.


;*


Thomas Suffers Leg Injur3


Cyril Thomas has an air splint placed on his
technicians Friday afternoon.


* Cyril R. Thomas, age 25,
suffered serious injuries to
his right leg Friday after-
noon, when his motorcycle
was struck by a vehicle at
about 2:30 p.m., at the
intersection, of Second
Street and Highway 98.
According to a report by
Police Patrolman Wanda
Brqwn, Thomas was tra-
velling south' on 98 follow-
ing a big truck, when
Frances Graham, travel-
ling north, made a left turn
into the intersection after
the truck had gone by, into
the path of Thomas' ma-
chine.
Thomas was knocked off
the cycle onto the roadand
was taken to Gulf Pines
Hospital by the ambulance
service. He was later trans-
ferred to Bay County with
severe breaks in his right
leg.atl
Patrolman Brown char-
service ged Mrs. Graham with'
violation of right of way.


City Buys A


Big Policy



For $5 Million Coverage


The City Commission ap-
proved payment of a premium
on a $5 million "umbrella"
insurance policy for the City
Tuesday night. Although it is
too late to cover current
litigation underway against
the City evolving from a fatal
accident involving a City fire
truck, the policy will help
cover any future catastrophic
claims which may be made
against the City.
In years past, the City has
carried the "umbrella" insur-
ance, which is just a large
insurance policy with a $560,-
000 deductible (claims of less
than $500,000 are covered by a
normal insurance policy) to
cover the City in case of any
big claims. Legislation passed
by the State Legislature a few
years back made the City
immune for claims of this size,
so the large policy was
dropped. Now there is some,
question as to whether or not
the legislation covers the City.
EXTENDS TIME
The City has applied for and
received an extension of time
from the Florida Department
of Environmental Regulations'
.for filing an objection: to
requirements in the latest
DER permit requirements for
the City. The requirements
are more stringent than for,
other like plants in the state.
DER has granted the City a
30 day extension, to file their
objection before the permit is
approved for another five year
period..
The City has secured the
services of former DER direc-
tor, Jake Varn, now a practic-,
* ing attorney in Tallahassee, to,
make its case before DER.
For several months, the
personnel at the Wastewater
Treatment Plant ,has been
gathering water quality data
and comparing it with data
gathered some 10-12 years
ago,. to use as evidence that
the. treatment plant is not
harming the water quality of
the Gulf County or St. Joseph
Bay. 'The City hopes' to prove
that the water quality of these
two bodies of water is actually
better than it was prior to the
activation of the treatment
plant-.
FIRE PROTECTION
A few weeks ago, it was
brought to the attention of the
Commission there was very


little fire protection facilities
in the area bounded by Main
and Hodrick Streets and Ave-
nues' "A" through "C" in
North Port St. Joe. Fire plugs
at the intersections with Main
Street and Robbins Avenue
must provide all the protec-
tion for Avenue "A", a dis-
tance of nearly a half mile.
Two weeks ago, the Com-
mission ordered two new fire
plugs to be installed on Main
Street between Battle and
North Park Avenues and at
the corner of North Park.
Tuesday night, 'two. more
plugs' were. ordered, with the
first installations to be made
at the corner of Petets Street
and Avenue "C" and in the
middle of Avenue "B" be-
tween Battle and North Park
Streets. 'The' Avenue "A"
plugs will be installed after
the first two have been placed
into service.
CONSIDER VARIANCES
Two requests for ,variance
were considered Tuesday,
with no action taken on either
one.
Sterling R. Peiffer had
approached the Commission
two weeks ago with a request
to allow him to construct a
carport to within, one foot of
his property line on Garrison
Avenue. The Commission in-
structed him to first contact
his neighbors and second, to
take a look at an alternative to
the one foot request. He was
then to come back before the
Commission with the results
of both studies. Peiffer wasn't
present Tuesday night, so the
Commission took no further
action. .
James Clemons asked for a-
permit to install a modular
home on Lots I and 3, Block
1020, but the Commission
declined the request, unoffi-
cially, because the location
was not zoned for modular:
homes.
APPLY FOR GRANT
The City agreed to make'
application for a $6,000 block
grant to offer a course ir-
computer training here in the
City.
Emogene Hopps told', the
, Commission the grant was
available for this purpose and
urged the Commissison to file
for it.
The Board agreed to make'
the request.


St. Joe T&T



Changing,


Dialing Habits Change


J. Patrick Mahoney, com-
mercial director for St. Joseph
Telephone and Telegraph
Company, revealed this week
the firm would be "cutting
over" the latest state of the
telephone industry digital
switch equipment on an opera-
tion scheduled to get under-
way late in the night on
Saturday, March 5. Since long
distance calls will be re-routed
under the new system, there
may be a temporary delay in
completion of these calls
during the March 5 and 6
transition period.
Mahoney said every effort
will be made to make this
transition as smooth as possi-
ble; however, should a sub-
scriber continue to experience
call completion delay after the
installation period, Repair
Service should be contacted at
1411.
PORT ST. JOE EXCHANGE
With the installation of the
new digital switch, it will
become necessary for all
subscribers to dial all seven
digits when placing a local
call. This is in compliance
with the universal nationwide
dialing system requirements.
In the past, local subscri-
bers have become accustomed
to dialing only five numbers in
a local call, dispensing with


the "22" in front of each local
number. "You can't do that
anymore", Mahoney said.
"The new computer operated
switching equipment must
have the entire number placed
into the dial for you to get the
correct number. The compu-
ter is electronic, whereby our
old system has been mechani-
cal. The electronics must have
the entire number to complete.
the job you call for it to do."
During the period of time
from 12:01 a.m., March 5,
when the cut-in is started,
until noon March 6, there may
possibly be periodic interrup-
tions of service. If any difficul-
ties -are experienced after
March 6, Repair Service
should be contacted at 1411.
AREA SUBSCRIBERS
Subscribers in the Blounts-
town, Bristol, Hosford and
Altha exchanges will have
their new equipment cut over
on April 9. With the installa-
tion, it will then be necessary
for subscribers in these ex-
changes to dial the entire
seven digits of the local
number they are calling.
If trouble persists in these
exchanges after the cut-over
date, subscribers should call
the same Repair Service
number, 1411.


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USPS 518-880


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ORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 28


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Editorials and Comments


THE STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MARCH 3. 1983


o Is EPA, Itself,
, EP



SPolluted?

For years the Environmental vironment.
Protection Agency has sniffed its EPA has as surely eaten of the
antiseptic nose at everything, we tree of forbidden fruit as did Eve in
proposed to do, testing the project to the garden. The serpent of tempta-
' see if it were clean enough to be tion has once again raised its head at
Sallowed, to exist here with us an inquisitive and ambitious woman
:Americans. The EPA has been the and a great promise has fallen into
sounding board for what is to be disfavor with those who were so
-'considered healthful and what is not satisfied with its performance: as
to be considered healthful. well as with those who' were
-: EPA has created an aura dissatisfied with its rulings.
- around itself which sort of made. From the head person right on
them appear to be just a little too down to the higher echelon of
. clean to be smeared with anything administration, EPA has beenifound
dirty or bad. The EPA has had a with a rotten core '
- reputation of being a' group of It's a pity. We were in hopes
evangelistic dreamers whose aim some idealistic portion of our
was to sterilize our country arid government could be solely preoc-
- prevent us from dirtying up the cupied with what was the proper
0 atmosphere or countryside. thing to do in our nation, rather than
Even though we ground our. have its actions governed by the
* teeth on occasion at EPA and cast pressure of politics.
our eyes toward heaven on some of Perhaps EPA can come up with
S -their decisions, we still had to one of its famous "cures" for what
e---espect - the organization foi its ails the creeks, the air and the'earth
. zealous way of staying the course, and apply it to the cancer which has
. Now, lo and behold, we find that been discovered, in its innards.
EPA is more polluted than that Maybe it can decree that there will:
pristine stream they want to protect be no more fraternization with those
from the fertilizer run-off from elements which caused this blight on
. adjoining farms. EPA has been an otherwise pristine operation
allowing things to go on around its and the matter can be solved in a
borders, in its pools of bureaucracy, satisfactory matter.
its mountains of paper work and its At any rate, EPA has learned a
forests of red tape, which have lesson from all this. It has learned
:X thoroughly, polluted the agency that everything can't be solved by a
� which was created to set the pattern mandate. Human needs, desires and
: for us to follow in using our natural traits must also be considered in any
resources and protecting our en- decision.



I Growing Into A Monste r

What started out as a small started becoming a major problem,
, operation has now ballooned into a sometimes causing shortages in
� program which has people addres- places where the cheese was to be
sing one another'with :hot tempers. given, w peo ple .started corn-
Some six months, ago-'the U.S. pla'iin 'h gob o he-counter after
Department of Agriculture discov- the cheese was gone.
ered it had too much cheese on hand. More cheese was ordered, 'but
. There was no market for it, so they there was no transportation to get it
" - made the humane decision: they to the distribution point on .the spur
S,. decided to just give it away to people of the moment and no real organiza-
who needed it. tion to process the increased 're-
The cheese turned out to be quests promptly, causing delays in
c tasty. It was found not to be receiving increased poundage.
-sub-standard goods, but first rate What started out as a simple
merchandise which was selling for way to put a surplus in the hands of
over two bucks a pound at the super those who needed it, is rapidly
market. ' , growing into a oiionster which will
As the demand grew and the require a billion-dollar organization
cheese stock was found to be much to handle if we don't watch out.
more than was first estimated, the We agree the surplus should be
: criteria for receiving free cheese given to those who need it,. rather
. was liberalized. More people were than waste it. In the meantime, let's
. Inade eligible to receive it, so it not compound the problem by
could be distributed before it went building the stockpile, or by creating
bad or became a real glut in the a monstrous distribution organiza-
warehouse. tion which would demand the
Distribution, always a problem stockpile grow in order that the
.-since the' program first began, organization could perpetuate itself.


There are none- that go
A A MAN'S WORLD through life without making
A M V 'SOVV ILDn mistakes; some big and
many, some small and few.
.The fact that we are human
tL ive gives us the right. to make
Let the Legend Live mistakes. The fact that ano-
ther person is a reporter,
overly concerned with his
BY SHAD PHANTRY career, does not, in my
.BY SHAD PHANTRY opinion, give him the right to


Like most sports fans I was..
deeply saddened by the sud-
den death of Coach Paul * � -
"Bear" Bryant. I never met.
the man, nor do I have any -
particular affiliation with the .
University of Alabama, but
for years I have admired and
respected Coach Bryant. The
stooped-shouldered, slow ,
walking, checkered hat figure'
always had a subtle look of , ""
confidence. And, most of the -
time, the final score of the,
ballgame alluded to that confi-
'dence.,'
It alwayssent a chill up my
spine when the Alabama fnnt-
s6iething like the feeling I
get when the National Anthem
is played. I always had a. ,
certain sense of pride knowing -
that we, the people of the
South, were so well represent-
'ed on a national sports level.
'And represented, well w'
'were!,
Loacn Bryant was a "Man's
Man!" He was more than just \ '
a coach; he was'a "Father,-
Figure" to .countless' young,-
men and, for that matter,
women, too. He was no "flash
in the pan" and was slow to
change. He was' also persis-
tent, domineering, confident
and, more than anything, he
was a true leader. Thousands . .
of stories will attest to that ' -- ,
fact. '.. . ; . .' K *
Coach Bryant's death, how-,
ever, has raised a danger flag
in my, mind. It's not that I ,
doubt any of the stories I have
heard about 'Coach Bryant. ,.' ' -
And it's not that I think he was .
any more human, in a physi- . '
cal sense, than you or I. It's
just that I have a picture of the
man Coach Bryant was and I ,,
hope that image 'can remain ,
intact.
In recent years it has been a
ploy of some journalists to,
distort the image of popular
figures. Sometimes it is justi-1-
fied, s6riitimes it fs 'ridt. rT " " ,-'
have the feeling that most of\ t '
the time the writers are more : ' ..
'concerned. with. their own
careers than with the facts.
Anyway, the slant of some of
their writings have been way /
off course, in my opinion.
I think the point has been ' '
well established that all peo- Tw Oountry C
ple here on earth are human.



Blood Drive Successful


Dear Mr. Ramsey:


As volunteer chairman of
Red Cross Blood Services in
Gulf County, please accept our
thanks and convey 'to your
community our admiration for
the 'very successful Blood
Drive conducted in Port St.
Joe on February 16th.
Eighty nine donors.came to
offer their gift and 82 produc-
tive units of blood were added


to the blood supplies of the
many '(over 60) hospitals
served by our Regional Blood
Services throughout the Gull
Coast. ,


3 these counties are continually
in need of blood therapy in
I either local or neighboring
hospitals, it is essential that
citizens from these counties-
as in .the other 29 )counties


This is the finest .response served in our Gulf Coast
since Red Cross Blood Ser- Region-- provide from their
vices was first asked to healthy donors the needed
provide for blood needs for the blood for those of their people
hospitals in Bay, Gulf and who need it.
Franklin counties in October '
of 1978. Since patients from It is most encouraging that


Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
have reached the stage where
they both recognize these
needs .and are doing some-
thing about it. The quarterly
blood drives held in the
various communities of our'
Region provide over 50 per-
cent of the blood collected and
used in our hospitals. We are
pleased to see Gulf County
achieving this goal, and look
for growing support in the


distort! a person's character.
And it does not matter if the
person is dead or alive.
Remember J. Edgar Ho-
over? He was the man who
gave birth to the F.B.I. He was
the man who put the square
wheels on organized crime for
about fifty years. It was his
name that struck fear in the
(Continued On Page 5)


coming year.
Our thanks. to ,:the many
volunteer workers and leaders
who prepared and put on such
a fine event. Gulf Pines
Hospital and its staff have
been superbly helpful, and you
can all be justly proud of what
you have accomplished.
.Sincerely,
Stephen J. Olivier
Donor Consultant


Slippery Action Makes Herschel Money; Costs Arabs; Wins

THERE WAS A LOT of slippery usual free ticket, but I feel certain he :rumored $16.5 million deal with the USFL offers me half as much as they one of these days when thin
action going on in the world this past can:find the money to buy his ticket. :USFL sours, and he has to:go back to offered Herschel, to play football, you They now have the ol
week. Sqme of it was good, some was ; " With a $1.5 million "good faith" down 'work again in the future, he will be able all had better start looking for you find out:
startling'and some was welcome. payment, Herschel is slated'to rake in . to afford it. another editor, because I'll, be gone: Without mustard.


-.. . - r . .
FIRST OFF, hiurryin' .Herschel'
Walker will, in the future, have to buy:
his ticket to get into Sanford Stadium to
see the University of Georgia play
football. After three years of having the
number one free ticket to the school's
games, he has had a deal "slipped" into
his back pocket which bars him from
the Georgia playing field and free ticket
list.
I say the deal was "slipped" into
his back pocket, since apparently
Herschel didn't know it was there until
.the newspapers started investigating
last week. Herschel was giving the
same "no" answer to questions of
whether he was considering leaving
Georgia for the professional ranks after
three years of being the Top Dawg.-
'Apparently Herschel didn't know
he had the papers sending him on his
way, secure in his hip pocket.
HERSCHEL WON'T AVE hi++
..HERSCHEL WON'T HAVE his


at least $5 million over the next three


If the USFL lasts for three years, or


-ETAQIN SHRDLU

L By:Wi


years, for playing football. That's more
than a free tuition, free dormitory and a
steak every night for the three years he
played for Georgia.
SOfcourse, I have to warn Herschel
that some of his adulation stops now.
He's just one of the boys playing for
pay. The only difference is that he is
playing for considerable more pay than
the rest of the boys..
If Herschel still wants to go ahead
and get his degree, just in case the'


and I've never played a game of


resly R. Ramsey.


for five years, over which he is rumored
to be receiving the $16.5 million,,
Herschel will be set. If it'doesn't, or he
gets hurt, it might be well that he spend,
some of his up-front money for that last
year of school. From a mil and a half,
he'll never miss the tuition.
' +++
I CAN'T BLAME Herschel. When a
fellow starts waving million dollar bills
under your nose like so many geran-
iums, something has to give. If the


football in my life.
*:,!: . ... ... +4 + * .
ALSO, THIS WEEK, the Arabs and
their OPEC can of worms slipped on
their oil this past week. Seems like folks
have put themselves in a position where
they don't have to pay the Arabs that
$35 to $40 for a barrel of oil anymore.
I remember back when the Arabs
had us over a barrel (oil barrel, that is)
one of the cliches making the rounds
was, "How are they going to eat that oil


for

ngs change?"
opportunity to


It couldn't happen to nicer people.

HAROLD WASHINGTON slipped
into the Democratic nomination for
Mayor of' the City of Chicago while-
the other candidates were fussing
among themselves, and Reuben Askew
slid quietly into the race for President
of the United States. Reuben has left the.
sand hills of Florida to play in the big
leagues now. Like Herschel Walker,
there's nothing like starting your
career at the top of the ladder. Here in
Florida, Reuben had to start in
Escambia County, graduate to the
House of Representatives, then the
Senate and finally to the Governor's
chair.
Reuben learns quickly though. He
has found out you get to spend more
time at the top if you get there early.
Already Askew has started off with
a huff and a puff and a Florida copy. of,
Spiro Agnew of a few years ago. I hope
Askew doesn't go about making himself


Washington

known in the same way in which Agnew
did. I'd hate to see' such an end come
upon any nationwide candidate from'
Florida.
. Askew just might slide right into r
the top job,, you know. So far, his
running opponents aren't much heavier
around the reputation than Askew is. If
Jimmy Carter can do it, Askew surely
ought to be able'to.
Harold Washington as Mayor of
Chicago doesn't seem all that shocking
to me. With a chip off the old Daley
block and' ai blockhead like Mayor
Byrne as his opponents, the voters
didn't really have a choice when you get
right down to it.

LEST I FORGET: I saw a piece in
the paper the other day.where a secret
potion put on the bald pate of a monkey
was causing hair to grow where it
would not grow before. If all you
bald-headed fellows can stand the
astigma which will come with using a
monkey potion on your bald head to
grow hair, there might be some hope
that you, too, may someday have your
hair blown about by the March winds.


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Tides
High and low tides for St.
Joseph's Bay for the upcom-
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table below, furnished by the
U. S. Weather Bureau in Apa-
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on a 24-hour clock, and height


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mean water line.


Mar. 3
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1983


United Methodist Church
will hear Mrs. Doris Marietta
speak Sunday evening at 7:00
p.m. and again on Monday
evening at 7:00 p.m., to the
United Methodist Women.
Mrs. Marietta is not sure
what went wrong, only that
somehow, somewhere along
-. the line, she lost a daughter
to a cult. Mrs. Marietta is the
,..mother of three. The eldest
.r daughter is an administrator.
The middle daughter is an,
attorney. The youngest, Susie,
is a hara krishna follower.
"With a plastic smile, those
Sblank eyes, Susie says she is
happy", said Mrs. Marietta.
Susie worries her mother.
' CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express-,. our
appreciation for the calls,
prayers, visits,: cards,,. and
flowers during Al's recent
" surgery and recuperation at
home.
Mrs.DorisMarletta , Mr. and Mrs. Al Smith


1 ONew NHS. Members


Johnny Williams, 56, of Port
St. Joe. passed away Wednes-
day, February 23 in a Panama
': '" City hospital after an extend-
. ed illness.
S' He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Idell Williams; one
daughter, Miss Edith M. Wil-
liams of Port St. Joe; six
sisters, Inez Williams and
Bennie Jean Tolliver, both of
- Port St. Joe, Eddie Lee
Blakely, Ruth Mae Brown of
Boston, Massachusetts, Edith
Smilely of Sweeten Water,


Franklin D. Trentham, 49,
-of Mexico Beach died Febru-
. 'ary 19 in a local hospital. He
{ was a native of Atlanta,
-.'Georgia and had been a
resident of Mexico Beach for
the past eight years. Mr.
Trentham was a painting
contractor and was of Baptist
faith.
He is survived by: his wife,
Mrs. Doris Trentham of Mexi-
. co Beach; one daughter, The-
resaLaudermilk of Mexico


of Port St. Joe High School


Alabama; Gladys Patrick of
Uniontown, Alabama; and one
brother, George Williams of
Boston, Mass.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, March 1st at 1:00
p.m. at the Primitive Baptist-
Church of Port St. Joe, with
the Rev. Luther Baker offici-
ating. Interment followed in,
Forest Hill Cemetery.
All arrangements were un-
der the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home.


Beach; two sons, Lynn and
Milton of Atlanta, Ga.; one
grandson, Steve liaudermilk;
two sisters, Mrs. Nancy Burns
Burlington, N.C.; and Mrs.
Irene Miller, Atlanta, Ga.;
two brothers, Robert Tren-
tham of Atlanta, and Albert
Tr6ntham of Travelers 'Rest,
S.C. + . , -
A short memorial service
was held with cremation fol-
lowing. Another memorial will
be announced later.


had its annual installation of
new members for the school,
year 1982-83 on February 22.
Members were selected on the
basis of scholarship, cha-
racter; leadership, and ser-
vice.
The students who met the
above requirements as of
October, 1982 were Staci An-
gerer; Stacy Creel, Keith
Jones, Patrick McFarland
and Melissa Wood. In Febru-
ary the following students met
the above requirements to
qualify for this honor: Tonya
Pippin, Tres Parker, Towan
Peters, Holly Graham, Debbie
Beasley, Marcia Stoutamire,
Cassandra Thomas, Tamara
Roberson, Cynthia Rogers and
Angel Barbee.


Free Blood

Pr' evaQ i-ireV


Te sting

The St. Joseph Bay Chapter
of the American Association of
Retired Persons will provide'
free blood pressure testing on.
Friday, March 4th, from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Florida
National Bank.
Everyone is invited to have
this free test to protect against
strokes.


"She doesn't have the bare
subsistence, Her hair is falling
out. She looks pasty. She's
worn out", said Mrs. Mariet-
ta. Her daughter, she said, "is
a slave".
Mrs. Marietta is a mother
who wants her daughter
home, living a normal en-
vironment. And she wants
other mothers and fathers,
other families to understand
the. confusion, the pain, the
guilt and the frustration that
she has felt in the'hope that


Sheriff Ken Murphy says
there is very little doubt but
what arson was the cause of a
fire which totally destroyed
the rented home of Clara
Fisher in the early morning
hours of February 27. The
home was located in a back-
woods area of Wewahichka.
At the time of the fire, the
home was occupied by Mrs.
Fisher's four children and a
baby sitter. The baby sitter
stated that she was awakened
by fire falling into the bed4


just maybe' she can help
someone else.
"The one thing that helped
me personally is my faith and
never giving up home",-says
Mrs. Marietta.
Reverend Don , Marietta
served Port St. Joe United
Methodist Church in 1937-1941.
Reverend Marietta died seven
years ago. Mrs. Marietta lives
in Pensacola. The church and
its pastor, Rev. Jimmie Spikes
offer an invitation to all to
come and hear Mrs. Marietta.,


room. She stated that she
managed to get all the chil-
dren outside the house before
fire consumed the dwelling.
Investigator Charlie Hill,
Lt. Jack Davila of the Gulf'
County Sheriff's Department
and Dewey Yates of the State
Fire Marshall's office, work-
ing together, have determined
that the fire was started on the
back side of the house, possi-
bly with gasoline. An arrest is
expected in the near future,
Sheriff Murphy'said.


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Dr. Herbert Garfield, Gulf
County Health Department
director, spoke to the Rotary
Club last Thursday, outlining
some of the programs the
Health Department would be
sponsoring in the near future.
One of' these new programs
will be an emphasis on heart
diseases and early detection.
Dr. Garfield said the Health
Department would be provid-
ing EKG testing sometime
during March at a nominal
fee- "something like $10 to
$15" -. Garfield said.
Some of the more active
programs of the Health De-
partment this year have been
the operation of the state
immunization law which re-

Error

The Star reported last week
the Hartley triplets were born'
in 1963, relying on the memory
of a grandparent.
Now, we learn the triplets
were born in 1968 and The Star
is glad to correct this error.
After all, what do grandpar-
ents know?


quires all school students to
have certain immunizations
before entering school. An-
other busy program is the
family planning operation.
"We provide birth control
information and parapherna-
lia to women from age 14 to
their 40's and even 50's" he
said.
The Health Department is
also currently providing ped-
iatric medical services for
children ages infant through,
five years. Along with this


program is the operation of
the WIC program, which is a
nutritional program for mo--
thers-to-be and mothers of
small babies.
Garfield says he is spread
pretty thin here in Gulf
County, since his contract
calls for him to serve as
Health Doctor in Gulf, Frank
lin, Calhoun and Liberty coun-
ties.
Judge Larry Bodiford of
Panama City was a guest of
the club.


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Mother of Cult Member


To Address Methodists


Arson Suspected


In Wewa Fire


The Senior Honor Society
OBITUARIES:


Funeral Services Held Tuesday

Afternoon for Johnny Williams


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METHODIST CHURCH

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


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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FIn. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1983


Libraries Gearing Up


for Role As Processors


- .. Russell Foster, Northwest
'Florida Regional Library di-
: rector, told the Kiwanis Club
* Tuesday the nation's libraries
were gearing up to become a
Vital part of the new role of the
United States as energy and
, j information. processors.
a "Libraries are still the
source of information of var-
' ied interests," Foster said and
S i'is their responsibility to
p TWe pace with the develop-
ments in videos and compu-
S ers, as storehouses and dis-
pensers of vital information in
. the future.
, Foster said the main prob-
' lem of libraries is how to go
; about adopting new technolo-




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:emes Christopher Bower
:New Arrival
::'James Edward and April
:E:ynn Bower of Port St. Joe are
Sitheproud parents of their first
-Aijd, James Christopher,
bo-h January 23 at 7:11 p.m.
'I=ST in Bay Medical Center,
weighing 8 lbs. 1340 ozs. He
'*'a 221, inches long with
_ burnn hair and blue eyes.
The grandparents are Mr.
P:a Mrs. Freddie Wallace of
:.Titusville, and Mrs. Ruth
I'Bwver of New Port Richey,
aiid the late James Bower.
r;-Qat-grandparents for the
f).st time are Mr. and Mrs. T.
SIt.T'edder of Biscoe, N. C., and
\ . and Mrs. H. C. Wallace of
.ibbins, N. C.
domedd in a white lace and
embroidered two piece outfit
.i: hand-crocheted bunting,
"Ghtistopher was welcomed
rom.e by his maternal grand-
.mither on January 26.

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gies to be used to reach
traditional goals as libraries
have in the past. He pointed
,out that libraries have become
the cultural, recreational and
information centers of the
communities which they
serve. "We're expected to
'have the information people
want and be able to retrieve it
with reasonable speed" the
speaker said. Maintaining this
function with new modern
tools will test the flexibility of
library facilities in the nation.
Foster said local libraries
must become a part of a


"network' in order to meet
the increasing informational
needs of a community. The
network concept will give the
local libraries immediate ac-
cess to information or re-
search available in other
branches of the networkk",
this expanding the capabilities
of the local library.
Guests of the club were Girl
Scout executives Mary Anne
Phillips and Reva Lane and
Key Clubbers Holly Graham,
Kim Dupree, Cathy Rish,
Mitch Burke and Mike Wald-
ing.


m


DIANNE AND JAMES


To Wed

Mr. and Mrs. Waylon Gra- St. Joe High School and of Gulf
ham are proud to announce Coast Community College's ,
the engagement and approa- Police Standards, and has
ching marriage of their been employed with Gulf:
daughter, Lynda Dianne to County Sheriff's Department
James Michael Mock, son of for the past seven years.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mock. James and Dianne. will
Dianne is a graduate of Port -exchange their wedding vows
-St. Joe High School and of' i- >May?48.4983,'"t"7:00 p.m.
Coast Community College (E.S.T.) at the First Baptist
where she received her Asso- Church of Port St. Joe. A.
ciate of Arts degree. She is reception will follow immedi-
presently employed with St. ately in the Church Fellowship
Joseph Telephone & Tele- Hall. All friends and relatives
graph Company. are invited to join James and
James is a graduate of Port Dianne and their parents on


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Hendrixs Have

Granddaughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Jimison
of Winter Park announce the'
arrival of their daughter,
Leslie Hendrix Jimison on
Sunday, February 27.
Grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs. John Wayne Hendrix of
Port St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Harder Jimison of Hilton
Head, South Carolina. Great
grandmothers are Mrs.
SMadge Jimison of Huntington,
West Virginia, and Mrs. Pat
Goodwin of Logan, West Vir-
ginia. '


Buzzetts

New Grand
Hampton Rush Ter
_Lndh d dn I dim Ti


Ison
ry, son of


DirlUdld daiU tln i , waso
born February 4.
He joins his brother Mat-
thew, 2/ , at home in Pensa-
,cola. "
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Gannon Buzzett of
Port St.. Joe.


Historical Society


Returns Slate


The St. Joseph Historical
Society returned its slate of.
officers to duty for another
year last Friday night, at their
annual banquet meeting, held
in the Garden Center on
Eighth Street.
Wayne Childers will assume
leadership of the organization
for 1983, with Jesse Stone
serving as vice-president;
Mrs. Nancy ,Howell, corres-
ponding secretary; Mrs. Mae
Dean, treasurer and Mrs.
Edith Stone, parliamentarian.
In reporting on the past
year's activities, president
Childers said the group lost
one member, Mrs. Zola Mad-
dox, by death and gained a
new member, Maurell Cum-
bie. He said the society was


Botany R


to Explain


successful in establishing a
literary section in the Region-
al Library in Port St. Joe,
financed largely with a dona-
tion. Childers said a head-
stone from the old celetery,
dating back to the days of old
St. Joseph, was being reno-
vated by a stone mason. The
stone was damaged recently
by vandals.
Childers said an effort is
currently being made to con-
tact descendents of signers to
Florida's original constitu-
tion, signed here in Port St.
.Joe in 1837. The descendents
will be invited to attend a
dedication to a new wing of the
Constitution Park museum,
which contains a replica of the
signing.


inner

Project


The Port St. Joe Garden be entered in the District Montgo
Club will meet Thursday, Science Fair. certifica
March 10th, at 2 p.m. at the Answering garden questions cookies'
Garden Center. Miss Angela will be Mr. Roy Lee Carter, area las
Spikes, daughter of Rev. Jim- Gulf County Extension Agent, cookes
mie and Mrs. " Spikes, will guest speaker for the meeting, and the
exhibit and explain her In th
Science Fair project. Miss Mrs. J. C. Culpepper and
Spikes' fine demonstration of Mrs. Helen Elaine Durant are
eutrophication- a killer of the hostesses for this interest-
aquatic environment- won ing and informative March
the Port St. Joe'Garden 'Club meeting.
Botany Award and was select- Interested ladies are invited
ed as the junior high project to to attend.

Faith Christian Students

Fare Well On SAT Tests
Faith Christian School tests through six scored as a whole
its students each spring using as average students.
the Stanford Achievement


Tests through the Psychologi-
cal Corporation of New York,
Harcourt, Brace and Javano-
vich, Publishers. The results
are machine scored and com-
pared with the national aver-
ages of public and non-public
students taking the test in the
United States. Grades 3, 5, 7
are given the Otis-Lennon
Mental Ability Test in combi-
nation with the SAT. This
years testing .is planned for
March 28, 29, 30.
Mrs. Quarles, co-ordinator
of Faith Christian, announced
that in 1982 the students in
grades one through seven
scored an average of 1.79
years ahead of the National
average in total reading, arind
1.34 years ahead in the com-
posit scores. Mi's. Quarles
attributes the high reading
scores to the emphasis on
Phonics in the Beka curricu-
lum. The total Math scores
were' 1.3 years ahead of,
National averages. Mrs. Quar-
les adds that these scores are
especially outstanding when,
you compare them with the
Mental Ability Scores, where
the students in grades one


CARD OF THANKS,
I want to thank so much the
many people who came to visit
Frank Trentham in the hos-
pital, all the many beautiful
cards and flowers sent. .4
special thanks to Beach Bap-
tist Chapel, Rev. Smith and
his wife, and the many who
came from our church for the
food,and your many prayers.
Doris Trentham, wife.
Theresa and Steve
Laudermilk and Family


"Super Sleuth"


nny Linton, Herb Burge and Eddie
nery pooled information to locate the
te for a free case of Girl Scout.
which was hidden in the Port St. Joe
st week. Clues to find the, case of
were broadcast over Station WJOE
trio figured it out.
he picture above, Mrs. Bunnie Miller


SAMANTHA AMBROSE


Mary Kathryn Harmon


Cute One
Mary Kathryn 'Harmon,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bubba Harmon of Mexico
Beach, recently celebrated
her first birthday on February
13th. 'She celebrated with
many friends and family at
her party on February 13th.
Those attending her party
were Miss Sara Moore, Miss
Danielle and Kim Scott, Miss
Sharon and Roonie Hill, Mr.
Shannon Parrish, and Miss
Sherrie Prescott. Also attend-
ing were Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Maples, Mr. and Mrs. Don
Scott, Mrs. Kaye Parrish,
Mrs., Rhonda Vise, and Mrs.
Brenda Moore. Also helping to
,celebrate was her grandmo-
ther, Mrs. Mary Harmon.
Mary Kathryn's grandpa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Troyer
of Hot Springs, Arkansas,
called to wish Mary Kathryn a
Happy-Birthday.
Mary .Kathryn received
many nice gifts and everyone
had a wonderful time.


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Samantha Ambrose cele-
brated her' second birthday on
February 12 with a Straw-
berry Shortcake party at her
Grandma Garrett's house.
Many friends and relatives
helped Samantha enjoy her
special day.
Samantha is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Ambrose
of Port St. Joe. Her grand-
parents parents are Buck and Frances
Garrett of Port St. Joe, and
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Ambrose of
Mexico Beach. :,-


presents Linton with a certificate for the free
case of cookies.
The treasure hunt for the case of cookies
was held as a promotional activity advertis-
ing the annual cookie sale, which continues
through Sunday, March 6. Cookies are still
available by calling 227-1313 or 229-8164.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1983


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THE STAR,


NJROTC Gets Good Report Catholic Women to


Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1983


At Its Annual Inspection


The Port St. Joe and Wewa-
hitchka NJROTC unit assem-
bled recently at the Port St.
Joe football satdium to re-
ceive its seventh annual in-
spection. This year's event
was enhanced by the High
School Band of Gold, which
played patriotic music
throughout the ceremony.
Captain G. C. Ledbetter,
inspecting officer, was greatly
impressed with the perform-
ance of the cadets and the
outstanding demonstration of
precision drill maneuvers by
the drill team.
Cadets Donna Frazier, Mi-
cha Revel, Sidney Harris and


Walt Howard were seli
being the sharpest
cadets in their res
platbdhs, and each w
sented an exemplary
nel appearance ribbo
worn on their uniform
tain Ledbetter select
fourth platoon, comr
by Cadet Ensign I
Thomas, as being the
marching.
In addressing the cad
parents, Superintende
ter Wilder, and Capta
better praised the pec
ance and accomplish
the cadets and note
many former student
the two high school


February Was "Sweetheart Moi

At Child Development Center


February was Sweetheart
Month at the Gulf County
Child Development and
Learning Center. The children
celebrated their third annual
"Heart Drive Contest" with a
Valentine's Party at the cen-
ter. This year's contest win-
ners were: First place, Ca--
meron Likely: and Second


Shad
. ' ,
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hearts of spies that now walk
unnoticed through our land. It
was Mr. Hoover who made our
"free-wheeling" congressmen
walk the line.
Remember him?
Not long after his death I
was amazed to read about
what a scoundrel -he was!
After reading some of the
reports it was hard to believe
that a man could be so devious
and conniving, much less the
head of the most powerful
police organization on the face
of the earth. It was also hard
to believe he was able to
escape the scrutiny of so many
people for so long. His down-
fall, I believe, was keeping all
those "juicy" stories from
.prying reporters.
They showed him, They-
Sposthumously destroyed him!-
S I certainly hope more care
is taken with Coach Bryant's
legacy. It would be awfully
disturbing to a lot of folks, to
read something of a negative
nature, especially an untruth,
about "The Man." His life was
full and rich and in being so
enriched many others. His
many*good deeds and influ-
ence will stand for themselves
if we let them.
Coach Bryant is at rest. In
his memory I say, LET THE
LEGEND LIVE!


Place, Angel King. Last
winners were: First
Latrina McNeal; and
place, Cameron Likely
All the 'children a
center personnel expre-
many thanks to the p
and citizens of the ar
helped to make this
contest a great success


ected as
dressed
spective


benefitted from the NJROTC
program both before and after
graduation.


vas pre- With the inspection behind
person"- them, members of the unit
n to be have a very busy and interest-
m. Cap- ing spring to look forward to.
handed the First on the schedule is a field
manded day event taking place at
Demetri Tallahassee on March 19, in
best in which approximately 40 ca-
dets will compete against 12
letsandi other schools in drill competi-
S tion, rifle team, competition,
in Led- and male and female athle-
rforma- tics. Following this is an
nents of. orientation trip to the United
ed that/States Marine Corps Boot
ts from Camp at Paris Island, South
As had Carolina for. one week of
h ', training. During this period a
nth one day trip to Charleston, S.
C. has been scheduled to allow
the cadets a cliance to view
some of the many historical
A year's sites in this area.
place, Another field trip activity
Second will be held in April at Tyndall
r . 'Air Force Base in which
nd the competition will be against
ss their
narsnera


Bay, Rutherford and Mosely
High Schools. Also a one day
orientation trip is planned to
take place at the Naval
Coastal System Center at
Panama City. The exact date
for this has not been set at this
time. Rounding out the year
will be an awards night
banquet and dance at the Port
St. Joe High School. The tenta-
tive date for this is April 30.


Washington

Receives

Master's
Ernest Scott Washington,
son of Mrs. Clotel Washington
of Port St. Joe, was recently
presented with his Master of
Arts degree from the Univer-
sity of the District of Colum-
bia. Washington is also a
former school teacher in the
Gulf County school system.


ea who
year's
s.


Special Service

At New Bethel
There will be a special
service at New Bethel A.M.E.
Church located at 146 Avenue
C on Friday, March 4th, at
7:00 P.M.
Dr. T. Kennedy will be
speaking on "Man in God's
Image" and "The Three Fold
Nature of Humans".
The pastor, Rev. James W.
Williams, extends a cordial
invitation to everyone to at-
tend this evangelistic service.
There will also be 30 minutes
of singing by the Church
Choir.

School Board

Meeting Change
The regular school board
meeting scheduled for March
'8,~:'oPM (EST) will be held
in Wewahitchka at the Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School,
Linton Site.

CARD OF THANKS
Our thanks to those indus-
tries and churches in the Port
St. Joe area for their assist-
ance in the Red Cross Blood
Drive, held February 16.
Gulf Pines
Hospital Auxiliary
"In the fiddler's house all
are dancers."French Proverb


w


Observe Lenten s Service


The women of St. Joseph's
Catholic Church invite all area
churchwomen to join them in
a day of prayerful Lenten
observance Saturday, March
5. Sister Ann Gallagher of
Pensacola, noted religious
leader of the Panhandle area,
will lead discussion and spi-


ritual exercise. The day be-
gins at the Church at 9 a.m.,
with coffee and donuts to
follow.
Participants are asked to
bring a sack lunch and join in
the day of spirituality on
Saturday.


Time to Plant Garden
and Flower Plants!


The Masons of Port St. Joe
Lodge, No. 111, F. & A.M. will
attend as a body the 11:00
A.M. service of the Long


Avenue Baptist Church, Sun-
day, March 13. All Masons
please be present


by
Trudy

Conl y C
(formerly with The Cut Above
Mexico Beach)'


Now Full-Time In Beauty and
Fashion Department
Call 229-8153 for Appointment


Lucille'S


Beauty &'
Fashion Boutique
34 Reid Ave. * Port St. Joe


Ir


Potato Trittata-
Delicious Breakfast Or Supper
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Country-Style Potato Fritrata is a nourishing and deli-
cious suggestion for a late weekend breakfast or light supper.
Best of all it's made with ingredients generally kept on hand.
Cooked Washington Russet potatoes are lightly browned in
bacon drippings along with green onion and green pepper. A
seasoned egg mixture is poured over the potatoes. When this
is nearly set, shredded Cheddar cheese is sprinkled on top,
and tife frittata is popped under the broiler until the cheese
is hot and bubbly.
For breakfast, accompany it with fresh fruit and at supper .
a green salad.
Countrr-Style Potato Frittata
4 slices bacon, diced 1 or 2 tablespoons butter
3 cups (about 1 pound) or margarine
cooked, pared and (optional)
diced'Washington 6 eggs
Russet potatoes 2 tablespoons water
1/2 cup each chopped 1/4 teaspoon pepper
green onion and 1/2 cup shredded Cheddar
green pepper cheese
Cook bacon in iO-inch oven-proof skillet until crisp; remove
with slotted spoon and set aside. Fry cooked potatoes in
drippings until lightly browned. Add green onion and green
peppek� cook, stirring frequently until crisp-tender. Stir in
bacon. Add butter if necessary; heat until melted.
Beat eggs with water and pepper; stir into potato mixture.
Cook over medium heat until edges are set. With wide spatula,
lift cooked portions and allow uncooked egg mixture to flow
underneath. Continue cooking until almost set. Sprinkle with
cheese; broil until cheese melts and is lightly browned. Cut into
wedges to serve. Makes 4 to 6 servings.

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Rich's Best Grade Potting Soil .. 20qt. bag $3.75
BRIDAL WREATH ................ E$3.95
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,-PAGE SIX


Sharks Win District Crown


Lose Regionals to Jefferson County Team


: Baseball Team


Wins First Game


While the big interest was
focused on just how far Port
St. Joe could go in the
basketball play-offs, the
Sharks' baseball team was
quietly getting its season
underway Tuesday afternoon.
While hardly anyone was
looking, Tommy Beard, David
Beardon and Mitch Burke
combined their efforts to pitch
a .no-hit game against the
Apalachicola Sharks. Burke
gave up only one walk while he

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was on the mound in the final
inning.
Port St. Joe's offense was
flexed in the first inning,
pushing seven runs across.
The Sharks went on to dump
the Apalachicola team by a
lop-sided 22-0 score. Brad
Bowen slugged a two-run
.homer in the third.
Beard and Beardon each
tossed two no-hit innings be-
fore Burke came on the fifth,
giving up his one walk for the
only Shark pitcher mis-cue of
the game.
The Sharks scored seven
runs in the first inning, six in
the second, six in the third and
three in the fourth. The game
was called in the fifth inning
by the 10-run rule.




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England in 1752 for the
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After a season of euphoria
caused by a winning team
which was billed as a rebuild-
ing team, the Sharks had to
finally call a halt to their
successful season Tuesday
night, when a taller, bigger,
more experienced Jefferson
County team dumped the
Sharks out of the state cham-
pionship race and ended their
season with a 19-7 record..
Expected to have a. .500
season at best, this year, the
Sharks made a career this
season out of defeating some
of the "big" teams in their.
playing area.
In their start into the'
play-offs, the Sharks won the.
first round in Wakulla last
week end, handling such bas-
ketball powers as Wakulla and
Blountstown. Friday night,
the Sharks took the War
Eagles by a 16 point margin,
66-52, then came back Satur-
day night to take Blountstown,
56-53 to win the District 3-AA
play-offs.
Friday night, .the Sharks
jumped on the Eagles with
Michael Pittman and Josh
Jenkins each scoring 19,
points, to defeat the Eagles for
the fourth time this season.
The Sharks continued their
pattern of using free throws to
their advantage, scoring 16
against (he Eagles.
PORT ST. JOE-Russ, 6-5-
17; Thomas, 0-0-0; Pittman,
8-3-19; Jenkins, 6-7-19; Robin-
son, 5-1-11.
WAKULLA-Smith, 3-0-6;.
Harvey, 5-4-14; Mills, 5--11;


Nelson, 3-4-10; Triplett, 2-0-4;
Thomas, 3-1-7.
Saturday night, the' Sharks
jumped on the Blountstown
Tigers early in the game to
pick up a 10 point lead. Late in
the game, tlhe' lead melted
away and the Sharks had to
fight back from a half-court
press in.the final few minutes
of the game to come back and
pick up a' small margin,
settling for a three point win.
After picking up their 10-
point margin in the first
-period, the Tigers clawed
back to a 26-26 tie at half-time,
causing the Sharks to call on
their, press to pull the game
out.
Durey Cadwell was the big
man for the Sharks in their
last half drive, ending up with
a game high 19 points for the
Sharks. Josh Jenkins had 12
points and Mike Pittman
added 10. '
William Brown scored 16 for
the Tigers.
PORT ST. JOE--Russ, 3-0-
6; Pittman, 5-0-10; Jenkins,
4-4-12; Cadwell, 8-3-19;'Robin-
son, 2-3-7; Poole, 1-0-2.
.B'TOWN-Smith, 5-0-10;
Brown, 8-0-16; Mosley, 6-1-13;
Mosley, 4-2-10; Wood, 2-04.
Tuesday night, in the Coli-
seumi' the : Sharks had too
much to handle with the tall,
big and experienced Jefferson
County Tigers.
Jefferson took the Region
2-AA title, even after the
Sharks started off tough and


piled up an early lead.
The Shaks put seven points
on the board before the Tigers
could find the nets. Then, they
scored nine un-answered
points to tie the Sharks at the
end of the first period. The
Tigers went on to build up a
four point lead by half time.
-In the third period, the.
Sharks bounded back with 21
big points, but the Tigers were
scoring 21 points in the frame
also In the disastrous last
period, the Tigers out-scored
the Sharks, 27-17, with all five.
of the Sharks' starters fouling
out in the last few seconds of
the game'.
The Sharks were desperate-
ly trying to get the ball from
the delaying Tigers, fouling to
get - the job done. Michael
Pittman was the first to go
with two minutes left in the
game. Then it was Jenkins,
Russ, Cadwell and Robinson.
The Sharks were down by 13
points at the four minute
point, .when Josh, Jenkins,
drove in for a lay-up and
earned a foul shot as a bonus.
His three-point play put the
Sharks behind by seven
points. On the very next play,
Cadwell stole the ball, dribbl-
ed all the way 'down court and
scored two points to come
within five points.
That was the closest the
Sharks came in 'the final
period. From then on, the
Tigers played control ball and
froze the Sharks out, 77-65.
Score by quarters:


Port St. Joe 13 12 21 17-65
Jefferson Co. 13 16 21 27-77
PORT ST. JOE-Russ, 4-4-
12; Pittman, 4-0-8; Jenkins,
4-10-18; Givens, 1-0-2; Robin-
son, 3-1-7.
JEFFERSON-Jones, 5-8-
18; Starling, 2-6-10; Broxsie,
2-9-7; Mays, 1-4-6; Starling,
9-6-24; Johnson, 4-0-8; Grant,
0-4-4.
Josh Jenkins and Durey


Cadwell paced the Sharks with
their 18 points each. Marty
Russ added 12.
Shawn Starling was the big
man for Jefferson with 24
points.
In a game full of 'fouls, the
Tigers used the favorite Port
St. Joe weapon to win, scoring
on 31 free throw attempts. The
Sharks cashed in on 21 free
points.


Doug Robinson lofts a short jumper high over the
out-stretched hands of a Jefferson defender Tuesday night.


CHURCH of CHRIST
J\.entieth Sireet and Mar\in A\enue
,LIDV N SCH()OL . . 10.00 A.M.
i W()RNING WORSHIP . I l:00.M
-EVENING WORSHIPP . .. . 6 00 P.M.
,:,WEDNDF,D.A EVENING . 00 P.M.


NEW BETHEL
-African Methodist Episcopal Church
:_146 Avenue C Phone 227.1213
SRev. James W. Williams. Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 30 A M
MORNING WORSHIP . 11 00 A M
-EVENING WORSHIP 6 00 P M
' .' "God Our Father. Christ Our Redeemer
.�" Man Our Brother"


I HIGHLAND VIEW

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


'Michael Pittman aims for the basket with against Jefferson High. -Star photos
a long shot Tuesday night in Region action


Archery Range Is Being


Constructed by Rifle Club


The regular monthly meet-
ing of the Gulf Rifle Club will,
be held at 7:30 P.M. at the
Welding Shop classroom on
March 3.
The Club is currently build-

Ms. Lewis On
Dean's List
Ms. Carolyn -S. Lewis is
-presently attending Rutledge
College in Memphis, Tenn.
She was recently placed on the
Dean's List.
She is a graduate of Port St
Joe Jr.-Sr High School in 1981,
and is the daughter ol fMrs
Gladys Lewis.


ing an archery range., All
archers are urged to attend
and offer suggestions for.
facilities needed. Plans will
also be ,finalized for the
upcoming Turkey Shoot.


Americanisn

for Masons M
The Port St. Joe Masonic
Lodge will .hold its annual
Americanism Program Satur-
day, March 5, at 7:00 P.M.' ,


The first meeting and shoot
for the .Junior team was a
success. Those participating
enjoyed the morning
All members and guests are
encouraged to attend.

n Program

larch 5
Mr. Billy Joe Rish will be-
guest speaker. A covered dish
dinner will be served. All
Masons and their friends are
invited to attend.


Eye

Openers


VISUAL SKILLS
AND READING
A child's ability to read suc-
cessfully depends on the inte-
gration of eight visual skills
which most of us take for
granted. A thorough eye ex-
amination of a young child
learning to read will test:
1. Visual Acuity-the ability
to see objects clearly, when.
near or at a distance. , :
2. Visual Fixation-the ability,
to aim the eyes so they can
focus on a stationary object
or read a line of print, and
the ability to follow a mov-'
ing object with the eyes.
3; Accommodation-the ad-
justment of focusing the:
,eyes as distances change
(chalkboard to book/book
to chalkboard).
4. Binocular Fusion-the
ability of the brain to
gather information from
each eye and form one im-
age, thereby eliminating
double vision or the
suppression of vision in one
eye.
Next column: More essential
visual skills.
Presented As A
Public Service by
DR. WESLEY GRACE
OPTOMETRIST
322 Long Avenue
Port St Joe. Florida ^
227-1410


Registration

Begins Mon.

for Dixie

Baseball
All boys and girls who want
to play baseball in 1983 must
sign up at the times listed
below. Any new. player or a
player who was not signed up
in this league last year must
have birth certification with
them at the time they sign up.
Registration will. be March
7th through March 19th at the
Athletic House, 9:30 to 5:30.
Fee is $15.00 per child, $10.00
for each.additional child.
Try Outs for any new player
or any player on the Draft
Roster will be held March 21
and 22, at 5:00 P.M. each day,
at the Dixie Youth-boys base-
ball fields between 8th Street
and 10th Street.
Dixie Youth baseball is for
children ages 8-14, ahd con-
sists of three leagues: Minor,
Major, and Pony League.

Public
Notice
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
MEETING
The Dead 'Lakes Water
Management District will
meet in special session at the
Library meeting room next to,
the Gulf County Courthouse in
Port St. Joe on Friday, March
11, 1983 at 10:00 a.m., EST.
Dated this 24th day of
February, 1983.
William H. Linton,
Forest A. Revell,
Harland 0. Pridgeon,
Members


4w A Co/tkdwa INVITATION


Guest Evangelist

Bro. Charles Balcom,
Benton, Arkansas


, To Hear A Series of


)SPEL SERMONS

MARCH 6-9, 1983
\ SUNDAY
10:00 A.M. - Sunday School
11:00 A.M. - Worship
7:00 P.M. - Evening Worship
Mon. - Wed. - 7:00 P.M.


PORT ST. JOE CHURCH of CHRIST
20th and Marvin Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.
"The Churches of Christ Salute You" - Rom. 16:16


-Little League '

"and Adult League

:-:, 'Start the Season Well Equipped to Play the Game

Bats- Balls - Gloves

- Uniforms - Hats

, T Shoes- Etc.


Athletic House


323, Reid Avenue


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1983


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Phone 229-6805






* ~'.*.i' -


recognition on' being named to WHO's Wh
I. w no S W O Among American Colleges and Universitie
The presentation was made at a' reception o
Dr. Hugh C. Bailey, president of Valdosta *the campus for the 42 VCS students named
State College congratulates Mark A. Schan- the honor. Schanback is the son of Mr. an
back as he presents a certificate of Mrs. George Schanback of Mexico Beach.


SFirst Baptists to Honor


Pastor On 1st Anniversar


Sunday, March 6 will be the Howard. Browning at First
first anniversary of Pastor Baptist Church. In conjune-.

- MACHINE
WE'RE SHOP

PROFESSIONALS SERVICE
NAPA O


. ... ... . .. 4.00

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6 Cyl. (Most Models) . . . . . . "30.00

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Press Work ....

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* tion with the event th
School has set a hig
ance day in Sunday
The attendance goal
day is 247. The Chur
like to invite all mere
friends to attend as .
of appreciation for tf
of one year.
First Baptist has al
nated March-April
shine months. The i
carry the Son (Chr
every members horn
the two month per
deacons of the Chi
yisit in the home
resident member bel
val begins April 24.
Everyone is invite
Send all services
Baptist Church. A
nursery is available
ren three and under
meetings.

AARPP

Trip to

Mariani
The St. Joseph Bay
of the American Asso
Retired Persons will I
ing to Marianna
celebrate the present
their national cha
Saturday, March 5.
The bus will leave
-National Bank at 1
EST, with a stop at D
11:45 AM, EST, then
Joe Beach at AlabE
Court at 12:15 PM, I


The Marianna Chap
program planned,
serve refreshments
close of the Charter p
tion.


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Prepare Your Soil Several Days



Before You Plant Your Garden
BY ROY LEE CARTER ' present, they may not be in the It is a good idea to broadcast fertilizer along with the ma- nure as a side dressing after
County Extension Director right proportion. something like an 8-8-8 garden nure. You can also use ma- you plant.
Some soil preparation can I4 "*";W4.V 'RE* W 9-1
be, done two or three days
before planting, but if you
1,4 want to work in some organic
S matter, you'll need to do this
/ two or three weeks before
planting time. My information
for this article was provided
by Extension Vegetable Crops
Specialist Jim Stephens of the
University of Florida.
Adding organic matter to
the soil helps in several ways.
It makes the texture of the soil
better for vegetables, it im-
proves thesoil's ability to hold
water and nutrients around
the roots of the growing G E N ; , L.. T S
ho plants. Organic matter helps * G ua a n
keep a stable pH oracid level flG uareed T
on in the 'soil. This is important ,-""ua e
, .o


to
nd


e Sunday
h attend-
y School.
for that


h would CARTER
bersand because plants can't make
gesture gooduse of fertilizer nutrients
e pastor when the soil acid level is too
low.
so desig- Organic matter supports
as Son- bacteria and other micro-
lea is to organisms which are good to
st) into have in the soil. It provides
e during major and minor plant nutri-
od. The ents, and it releases these
rch will nutrients slowly so they can be
if every used by your plants instead of
ore revi- being washed out of the soil by
rainwater or irrigation.
d to at- As the organic matter conti-
ait First nues to decompose in the soil,
modern it helps the plants make use of
or child- nutrient elements already pre-
for all sent. Some of the elements the
vegetable plant needs to grow.
For example, nitrogen may be
in -the soil as parts of t,
.a.. chemical compounds whh
don't dissolve in Water. These
plant nutrients are considered
unavailable to the plants. But
as the organic matter decom-
poses, chemical reactions
a .take place to make new
S compounds that the plants can
Chapter use.
ciation of Animal manure is a good
e travel- source of organic matter. For
to help the organic gardener, it's
ation of probably the best source of
rter on organic matter and fertilizer.
If you decide to use manure,
Florida before planting just spread it
:30 AM, evenly over the surface of the
uren's at garden soil and work it in with
on to St. a rake. If you have cow or
ma arid horse manure, you will need
EST. ,about twenty pounds for every
100 sq. ft. of your garden. With
ter has a poultry manure, you can get
nd will along with about 12 lbs. per 100
at the sq. ft.
presenta- .You should also keep in
mind the fact that manure
doesn't always have signifi-
cant amounts of the major
plant nutrient'elements (nitro-
gen, phosphorus and potassi-
Ium). And even if 'they are


Leftover egg yolks can keep
for two to three days, cov-
ered with water in a tight-
lidded jar and refrigerated.


4IIEASONS

to see your good
neighbor agent


CAR * HOME
LIFE * HEALTH

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



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Our Pastor's


First Anniversary

at the "Exciting"


First Baptist Church

Sunday, March 6





9:45 A.M. . . . . . . . . . . Bible Study
(For All Ages)

11:00 A.M. ............. W orship
(Broadcast Live WJOE-AM, WGCV-FM)

6:00 P.M. ...... Church Training .
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. MARCH 3, 1983


Kiwanians Make Contribution


John Gilmore, shown above right, Lane are dist
president of the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club, is Council of th
shown presenting Mary Anne Phillips, left year in a ro
and Mrs. Curtis Lane, center, with a check for contributed ht
$750.00 to be used by the Girl Scout Troops of Scouts in Gui
Gulf County. Both Miss Phillips and Mrs.



-Public Notices -


"IN "THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
-COUNTY, FLORIDA
:PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 83-7 Division
"V A. No. C 8 074 434
:IN RE. ESTATE OF
FRANCIS PORTER.
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
,TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
,ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
* YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai Ihe
administration of the estate of FRANCIS
;,PORTER, deceased, File Number 83-7. is
. . pending the Circuit Court loi Gull Counly,
,f Fldrrfa, Probale Division. the address of
:which is 1000 Fifth St., Port St. Joe. FL
-.- "32456. The personal representative ol Ihe
e 'eat'e Is PAN 'AMERICAN BANK OF
"ORLANDO, N A. whose address Is 250 N
Orange Ave., Orlando, FL 32801. The
name and address ol the personal
S representative's attorney are set forth
below.
; All persons having claims or demands
Against Ithe estate are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
,- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
: NOTICE, to file with the clerk ot the above
courra written statement of any claim or
demran they may have Each claim music
be In writing and must indicate rhe basis
Sor the claim. me name and address ol
l' fthe creollor or his agent or attorney, and
. lielamount claimed. It Ihe claim is not yet
du'ela date.When-lt.wj]J become due .
Shall be saled.'llf hecaIm l.Is crnringen.
'or unliquidated,-1he nature ol the un.
certainty shall be stated. II the claim is
secured, the security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies ol Ihe claim to Ins cleik to enable
the clerk to mail one cody to each Per-
aonal Representative '
,-. -A persons Interesled in the estate to
:whom a, copy of -this Notice ol Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
Squired. WirHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
; OF-IHIS NOTICE, to Irie any objections
they may have Ihal challenge the validity
ol the decedent's will. the qualifications
S ol the personal representative, or mein
venue or jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS. AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER. BARRED
Date at the first publication ol this
Notice of Administralion February 24.
1983.
, PAN AMERICAN BANK OF ORLANDO.
N.A
* As Personal Represenlative ol the Eslale
S- of
FRANCIS PORTER, Deceased
.'ATTrORNEY FOR PERSONAL
* REPRESENTATIVE.
Is/ ROD TAYLOR, P A
-Suite 615, 14 E. Washington
SOrlando. FL 32801
Telephone 1305) 422-5078 21 224


r-72 1


NOTICE OF VARIANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Ci-
ty Commission of the City ol Port St. Joe,
Florida, will consider a variance to the
Zoning Ordinance ol the Clly as follows:
By allowing construction of a com-
pressor slao with shelter, enclosed
with lencing wire, attllached to pre-
sent structure toextend out to within
7" of the edge of the service alley on
Lots 10 12. 14. 16 and 18, Block 32
The City will considerr said variance at
its regular City Commission Meeting on
Marcn 15. 1983. at 8:00 p m All interested
parties are invited to attend and be heard
L A Farrls. ml
Cily AudiloriClerk 21 313

NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tnal the
Board ol County Commissioners ol Gull
County. Florida, at its regular meeting on
Tuesday, March 22. 1983. at 7 00 P M..
ES T. in the County Commissioners
Room in Gull County Courthouse. Port Sl
Joe. Florida. will consider the adonlion o
an ordinance with the following title
AN ORDINANCE GOVERNING THE
SUBDIVISION OF LAND IN GULF
COUNTY. PROVIDING FOR THE
PURPOSE OF INTENT. DEFINI
TIONS. METHODS OF PLAT AP
PROVAL AND REQUIREMENTS
THEREFORE. PROVIDING THE SIZE
LOTS. STREETS. ALLEYS. PROVIDE
ING FOR VARIANCE, PROVIDING
FOR-THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE ,
PROVISIONS OPSAID ORDINANCE:
PROVIDING FON THE REPEAL OF
ORDINANCE NUMBERS 6. 78 1 and
79-2. AND PROVIDING AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.
A copy of this ordinance is on file in mea
Ollice ol Ine Clerk of Ine Circuit Court of
Gull County. Floridaa
BOARD ol COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
2t 2/24


NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Commissioners ol Gulf
County. Florida, at 1is regular meeting on
Tuesday. March 22, 1983, at 7 00 P M..
E S T, in the County Commissioners
Room in Gull County Courthouse. Port SI
Joe. Florida will consider the adopton of
an ordinance wlln the following tille
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR
THE ACCEPTANCE OF STREETS.
DITCHES AND OTHER THOROUGH.
FARES OVER OR THROUGH LAND
NOT PART OF A RECORDED SUB-
DIVISION.
A copy ol Inis Ordinance is on while in
Ihe Office ol Ina ClerK of Circuil Court ol
Gull Counly. Florida
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA '
21 2124


rict executives of the Apalachee
e Girl Scouts. This is the third
>w that the Kiwanis Club has
heavily to the operation of Girl
If County.


. -Star photo


Report Change



In Circumstance


People in the North Florida
area who receive supple-'
mental security income (SSD)
payments have a very import-
ant responsibility to report
any change in their circumn-
stances that can have an
effect on their eligibility or the
amount of their payment, Ann
R. Kinard, Social Security
field representative for Gulf
County, said recently. ,
Although all changes are
important, it is vital that
people getting SSI promptly
report any change in their
living arrangements, any
change in their income, or any
change in their bank accounts
or other assets.
A person should report if
anyone moves into or out of his
or her home; if the person
mpves;, if the person enters or
- leaves "an institution. These
changes can affect the SSI
payment.
A person should report any
change in income from any
source. Income includes more
than just cash from work. It
also includes things like pen-
sions, workers' compensation,
money given to pay bills, and,
alimony. These are just a few
of the kinds of income. Also
report any income changes for
others who live in the same
household.
A person should report
giving or selling property he
or she owns. A person should
report if he or she buys or is
given something of value. This
also includes changes in bank
accounts the person's name is
on, even if someone else puts
in the money. Also report any
change in property or bank
accounts for any others in the.


648-5011 Sales
ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY * 648.5716 Rentals
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 * P. 0. BOX 1332 * After Hours:
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410 648.8977 or 648-8939
REAL ESTATE SALES * BEACH RENTALS


MEXICO BEACH
Grand Isle- 3 bdrm. I be., heal pump. 28th SlI 2 barn
$50.000.
- 3din St Close I
261h St. - 2 bdim. 1 Da block nouse $104.000
S42.500.
---- 39th Si ciose I
1829 Hwy..98 Beachliont. 3 bdim. 2 104 000
be: house 1720 sq It, $125.000
412na ST . 2 bdrr
Circle Dr.. beachsied, 3 bdrm 2 ba i
only 3 yis old. only $85.000. Circle Di 2 ni
each 179.000 0
3rd SI Tiailer and lol.2 Ddm. I ba -
only $26,000 42na St Townh
2 barr, . 2'; ba
Arizona Ave . 3 bdrm . 2 b3 only 2 yrs ar
old. $78,000 - 411 St Townho
$49.000 oreeco
Beacl Iront, 2 barm. 2z' be inewl caller const 2 11
$82.000
433d SI Townr
Beach front. 2 bdrm, 2' Da Inewl 34.900 eacn
$125.000.
End of 51h St. - large lol & mobile BEAC
home. 2 barm.. 2 ba and expand a
- Ig-garage, $32.500 3rd St & 4th Ai
-los 136.000
Georgia Ave *2 bdim. 1 ba trailer &
lot, ig screen porcn & 3 oulsile 2 bdrm 2 Da
buildings $29,000 vIew -$45 000- I
3DIh SI. and Hwy. 98.2 brm. I be. ner linancin
Close to beacon. $58,000 Hwy 98 3 baldn
",.42nd St.. duplex. 2 odrm. I " ba each in Inse DacK are
side. $125,000.
Circle Dr. duplex, 2 bdrm., 1 ba. each
side, $89,500. _ OR
28th St. & Hwy. 98- duplex, 2 bdrm., 1
. be. each side, $55,000 - $10,000 104 Yaupon, 3 1
dqwn. prox. 7 yrs. old,
_M d & 24th St. - 3 bdrm., 2 be. house 106 Mimosa, bri
carn be made Into a duplex, $68,000. 2 be., den, $65,
27th St. - 3 bdrm., 2 bath, reduced, $42,000.00.
$48,000. 1610 Long Ave.,
1ffth St.'& Hwy-98 - Triplex $150,000 $34,000.00.
with good owner financing. 515 8th St., 3 bi
* ,4th St. -_1 bdrm., 1 ba., $37,000. 619 Marvin Avi
'29th St. & Hwy. Duplex, 2 bdrm, 1 be:. $33,400.00.
each side, 20% down, $49,000. Owner 706 Woodward
financing. . --_. $27,500.00.


2*th SI S Hwy Duolex. 1 bdrm. 1 ba.
each side. 20�3 down. $38.500 Owner
financing. __
Grand Isle- 3 bdrm., 1 be. brick home
Son 2 lots w I bed apt. asadded In-
. come. $80.000.


$42,500.00.
Very ExcluSive
brick 5 yrs old.:
1912 Juniper A'
$39,900.00.


S 1 Da. $39.500
o beach 4 drm . 2 ba

oDeacn 4 Darm 2 ba

m . I 03 Drick 558 500
houses. 3 bdrm. 2 ba
0 ea
ouses close to beach.
5 79.500 Owner fin
ouses.2badrm 1' ba
nsi price - .59.000
ell
houses 1 barm 1 ba

CON HILL
We 3 Dorm I be on 3

slucco house wiGult
Hwy 98 $10.000 doAr,

.. I ba . plus a dupiew
a 639 500


SST. JOE
bdrm., 2 ba., brick, ap-
$65,000.00.
ck, 4 yrs. old, 3 bdrm.,
000.00 9/2I% mrtg, of

., 4 bdrm., 1 ba. only

drm., 1 ba. $25,000.00.
e., 3 bdrm., 1%'/ ba.,

d, 4 bdrm., 2 be.,

plex, 21d bdrm., 1 ba.

house, 3 bdrm., 2 be.
$69,000.00.
ve., 3 bdrm., 1 'A be.,


ST. JOE BEACH
BEACHFRONT
Gull Aire lo0nhouses. 2 dim . 2';
Da 176.500 00
Tornousee. 3 Ddim 2 bea Sania An
na St i.$10700000

NOT BEACHFRONT
Flas Ave 3 bdrm 2 Da or, 3 g lots. 1
has e veritrc & afterr 15290000 -
$3200000 mtg at 9' assumable
DeSota SI . 2 Ddrm , oa on 2 is15 on
if $43.000 00 Owner financing
Pirnea Si 3 Ddrm 2 Da on 2'; lOIs
oniy $42.500 Ow,ner flirnacir.g
DeSolta and Americus - 2 lois ana
snail nouse $t9 000 00



OVERSTREET
North Long 3 bdrm 2 D03 Ig er. or.
10 acres
Pine St .3 carm Ia bD'riclP on nearly
acre of ground, $49,000.00.
N. Canal Dr., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. house on
4'/2 acres. $42,000.00 owner financ-
Ing. (Canal access).
Canal St., 3 bdrm., 2 ba. house right
on Intracoastal Canal, $31,500.00
with 7% mortgage.


OAK GROVE
311 Duval, $35,000.00. 3 bdrm., 2 ba.

HOWARD CREEK
2 lots, 2 bdrrh., 1 ba. trailer, $8,700.00.
Squirrel Ave.; 1 acre, 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
mobile home, 3 wells, $23,500.00.
Deer Ave., Ig, 7 bdrm., 2 ba.
$38,000.00. Owner financing.


household.
Reports can be made in
person, by telephone, or by
mail. All reports should in-
clude the person's name and
Social Security claim number,
the change being reported, the
date it happened, and the
person's signature and ad-
dress if the report is by mail.
More information about re-
quired reports can be obtained
at the Panama City Social


Brogdon Retires

Leo Shealy, pulp mill stiperintendent of St. Joe Paper
Company, presents Clyde F. Brogdon with his retirement
papers this past week. Brogdon; shown above right, was a
pulp mill tour foreman at the time of his retirement. He
started work for St. Joe Paper otn August 30, 1938 as a spray.
tower operator in the pulp mill. Brogdon makes his home in
Wewahitchka.


Security office, located at 30
West Government Street. The
telephone number is 769-4871.
The people there will be glad
toranswer any questions about
SSI and Social Security.

"We don't get to. know'
"people when they come'to
us; we must go to them to
find out what they are like."
Goethe


1001 Hwy. 98
(across from
Duren's Store)


NOW OPEN IN PORT ST. JOE


229.8932


after 5 p.m.
S227-1436


CUMBAA MEMORIAL SERVICE

Harry and Sybil Cumbaa Harry Varnum,
Owners Manager
Hlnin.............moo .....oo.Mooeo e ssil no n oooooo ..QD.onoo ooneMoooonMesmmi


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
22nd Street *Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister

WORSHIPSERVICE.............. 9:00A.M.,C.S.T.
CHURCHSCHOOL ............... 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ... 6:00 P.M., C.S.T.
1.ve,


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your home to two highly reputable organizations: Alliance
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�Great State. Great People. Great Bank.
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT PORT ST. JOE 504 Monument Avenue.
Port St..Joe 32456, (904) 229-8282/Drive-In Facility: First Street & Baltzell Avenue, Port St. Joe
32456, (904) 229-8282

Member FDIC Licensed Mortgage Broker


I0


.-PRAGE EIGHT


Need Help


for Donor

of Kidney

Randy Branson of Indian
Pass is giving one of his
kidneys to his younger
brother, Norman, this
week. They enter Shands
Hospital in Gainesville
Sunday, March 6th, and the
transplant will be perform-
ed on March 8th.
The Kidney Foundation
is paying for the surgical
costs, but Randy, who has a
two month old daughter,
will be off from work for
eight weeks.
A fund-has been set up to
aid the family during this
time of forced inactivity.
Anyone wishing to help can
make a contribution at the
First United Methodist
Church for : RANIDY
BRANSON FUND. All
donations, can be deducted
from your Income Tax.



At the beginning of this
century, celery was al-
most unknown as a 'com-
mercial crop, little grown
except in home gardens.


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l' United VW1l4 I CL.,Ch
Constitution and Monument Ave.
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.



First


Presbyterian Church

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

Welcome to Everyone

JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857



Gal.:22- HIGHLAND VIEW



t.0
p -lip CHURCH F GOD

3 TEMPERANCE "Where Jesu Christ Is King
E ~ "Were Jesus Kis ing
. W ^& God's Love Is An
z
z Everflowing Fountain"
S SUNDAYSCHOOL.. .. 10:00AM
GOODNESS MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:0OA.MM.
EVENING WORSHIP. .. 6:00 P M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P M.
FAITH
Pastor - Ira J. Nichols










THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY. MARCH 3, 1983 PAGE NINE


:1965 Cepella mobile home, 2
bedroom, 115 4th St., Highland
SView. Call 1/205-983-4806.2t 3/3


Improved 75'xl50' lot on Oak
,St., St. Joe Beach, 2nd block
:off Hwy. 98, $9,000. Call
,648-8484. 4tp 3/3
* Large 2 bedroom house, on
%large chain link fenced lot, ex-
cel. location on Garrison Ave.
Utility rm. and single car
.garage attached. Air condi-
'tioner and some appliances to
'remain. Call 229-8346 after 6
p.m., . tfc1/13
i Very nice double wide
mobile home on 4 cleared lots.
Call 648-8432 after 6 p.m.


* ,Two lots at Mexico Beach, 4
"blocks from beach. Call
648-5807. tfc 2/24

t- 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
GGulf. 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. condition. 1404 Long
S Ave. Phone 229-8355. tfc 12-2


MEXICO BEACI
Corner Virginia & Fla. Ave. -
modular wlbrick; 3 bdrm., 2
fireplace, screen porch, f
75'x112.5 lot. $55,000.00. Terms
Tenn. Avn.-3 bdrm., 3 ba.,
fireplace, Jenn-aire range &
many extras. Financing ava
$95,000. __
Corner 6th & Fla. Double-wide
lots, 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 b
eludes appliances. $55,000.
43rd St. (adjacent to canal).
cedar, 1 bdrm., 1 ba. apts. $34,9
small down pmt. $303 mo.
27th St. Beachfront-3 bdrm.,
c.b. construction, Ig. glassed p
$105,000.00. __
Corner Palm & Azalea St. - 3
2 ba., brick & stucco, 2 lots. Inc
appliances & ator. house. $65,1
Gulf Front 37th St. - Cedar
houses. 2 or 3 bdrms., 2'/2 ba. $7
& $83,500. 20% down, ba
12'1/% interest.
Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 Ig. I
screen porch, downstairs unfin
has wiring & plumbing, $45,000
Hwy 386-A-Doublewide mr
home, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. on 1.05
Good terms. $49,900.
7th St.-1981 doublewlde r
home, brick foundation, 3 bdrm.
$50,000: . _
29th St. at Hwy. 98 - 2 newly
structed, stilted 4 bdrm., 2 be. b
houses. Unfurnished $79,000
nished $84,500.
Hwy. 386A-2 bdrm., atilt hou
75'x185' lot. Furnished, $36,000
Arizona Dr.-Stone & cedar, 3 I
2 be., cathedral ceiling, sky
fireplace, many extras. $78,000
Mobile Home-Geoigla Ave. o
lot, only 2 yrs. old, $22,000.


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





YARD SALE: Friday,
March 4, 1314 Marvin Ave.,
8:30 to 2 p.m. Clothes, fur-
niture and other items.
SITUATION
WANTE


Need part-time employment
in Panama City .or St. Joe
area. BS, PE, MBA with ex-
tensive architectural, engi-
neering and, educational ex-
perience. Good technical
writer, project manager or
designer. Flexible hours and
salary. 648-5142. 2tp 2/24

. -


Want to Give Away: 10 pine
trees, 1 ft. or better in
diameter. For more informa-
tion call 648-8562, a.m. only.


For Sale by Owner - 1110 Palm Blvd.
; -"C :. " "-"- . . .. P6lt St: doe .. .... . ."
Call 9041968-5464, Pensacola tfc 9-30



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

3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry home with carport on Ig. lot in
good neighborhood. $33,500.0. .
Reduced: 3 bdrm., 1 ba. frame dwelling at 110.Duval St.,
Oak Grove. Only $7,200.00.

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


"Real Estate Specialists for Over 35 Years"
Call Us for Information on These As Well As
A Large Inventory of Lots & Rentals
H Georgia Ave.-Excel. cond., nice Grar
-New neighborhood. 3 bdrm., 1 be. house, grap
Sbae.,' appliances furnished, c. heat & win- $50,1
ence. dow a/c: $26,000. Besa
s. Fortner Ave.-2 bdrm., Ig. screen of G
pool, porch, fireplace, carpet, storage bldg. $104
grill, $37,250.00 ___Beas
ilable. 4th St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba. on 75'x112' great
shaded lot, $36,000. Assumable mor- Am
on 2 tgage. l be m
a., in- Beachside of Hwy. on 34th St. hisa.
Quadraplex each unit has 3 bdrm., 2 assL
New bd. _____
)00.00, 12th St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba., cath. ceiling,
Jenn-alre, furnished, $45,000. 3 bc
2 ba. Beachside 42nd St.-2 bdrm., 1 be., $50,1
porch. furnished, $58,500.00, financing avail.
Beachside Circle Dr.-3 bdrm., 2 ba.
bdrm., w/glassed porch, furnished. $79,000.
eludes Financing available. 3rd i
100. Hwy. 98 & 24th St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba. ba.e
Town- $68,000. $26,5
78,500 Beachside Circle Dr.-3 bdrm., 2 ba. 3rd
lance brick home, includes all appliances, fire
fireplace, furnished, only 3 yrs. old.
bdrm., $84,500. Financing available.
shed, Mobile Home-4th St.-nice sun Land
D. porch, walking distance to beach, lot bdrn
noblle is 50'x150' $29,500.- $28,1
acres. 2 story nouse, 4 bdrm., 2 ba. with Hwy
great view of gulf dedicated beach, prox
Mobile owner may finance. $110,000. Coc
.,2 be. Beachside 43rd St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba. 4 bd
across from canal, ex. stor. bidgs. tank
y con- Sundeck overlooks Gulf. $79,800
ahFur- Grand Isle-3 bdrm., 1 ba. nice brick I
house w/efficiency apt. adjoining on 1086
se on 2' nice lots. $79,000. bay.
D. 26th St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 story
house, lot size 75'x100' $52,000.
bdrmt, Beachside 42nd St. Townhouses. 2
gs, bdrm., 2 be. Newly constructed, 3 2 ho
units $79,000 ea. Owner finan. avail. from
n nice 16th St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba., fireplace,
itor. house, $60,000.


Frances C. Parker, Realtor
Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate


The CETA program now has
openings in Gulf County for
Classroom Training and On
the Job Training. If you have
not yet filled out an applica-
tion, come by the CETA office
at the Centennial Building on
Monday, March 7th to apply.
Top of the Gulf Restaurant,
Mexico Beach, is taking appli-
cations for a cook. Must have
recent experience in manag-
ing a restaurant kitchen and
preparation of seafoods and-
steaks. Call 648-5621 after 5
p.m. for interview. 2tc 3/3
ASSISTANT CASHIER
Applications are, being ac-
cepted between 7;00 a.m. and
4:00 p.m., central time from
Monday, Feb. 28 through Fri-
day, March 4, for the position
of Assistant Cashier at the
Wewahitchka Office of Gulf
Coast Electric Cooperative,
Inc, Applicant must be a high
school graduate with six mon-
ths experience as a cashier or
the equivalent including the
ability to operate a 10-key ad-
ding machine and typewriter.
Applicant must enjoy working
with the public.
For further information,
call Roy Barnes at 639-2215 or
265-3631,
Equal Opportunity Employ-
er.
2tc2/24


The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.

The Disabled American Vet-
erans, Port St. Joe Chapter 62,
will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.


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



As of May 1st,'1980, I have
not .been associated with
the H&R Block IncomelTax
franchise.
Wauneta Brewer
4tc2/17

"Boyhood is a summer sun."
Edgar Allen Poe


nd isleSubd.-3 bdrm., 1 ba., with
evines & shade trees, heat pump,
000. _____
chside 39th St. with terrific view
lulf, 4 bdrm., 2 ba. stilt house,
4,000.
3hside 34th St.-Stilt house with
t ,gulf view, $104,000.
ost new-24'x56' mobile home to
loved off lot. 3 bdrm., 2 be. cen.
carpet, stove, refrig. $20,000 with
liable loan.
OVERSTREET
drm., brick home on .85 acres,
000.
BEACON HILL
St. & 3rd Ave.-Duplex, 1 bdrm., 1
ea. or 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home.
500. Good financing.
St. & 4th Ave.-3 bdrm., 1 ba.,
place, fence, $38,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
d's Landing-2 story house, 3
n., 2 ba. on Chlpola River.
000.
. 71 (Dalkelth), 3 bdrm., 1 ba., ap-
. 1 acre, $18,000.
hran Landing-Partially finished
rm. on 2 lots. Good well & septic
, $27,500._
HIGHLAND VIEW
6th St.-3 bdrm., 1A block from
Fence, barn, fruit trees, $16,000.
WHITE CITY
uses and c.b. stor. bldg. Vi mile
Intracoastal. $64,000.


Urena Miller, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate


Im SERVICES I


Amisc._FORRENT
FOR7SAEE~~ 7] 1lll 1


3 Prom Dresses, white, off
white and mint green with a
hoop. In good condition, size 7.
Phone 229-8696. 2t 3/3
Cash in on big savings .
Beautiful dresser, mirror and
headboard is yours for only
$179 cash. Chest $79. Phone
227-1515 or 763-5404.
Atari Video Computer
System with tapes, 3 months
old, $80. Call 229-8907. Itp 3/3
Regulator and pressure
gauge, Dacer 900; also
stainless steel 72 cu. ft. tank,
used 1 season, $250 for all. Call
648-8549 anytime.
Beautifully designed color
consoles - Rent-to-Own $65.00
per month. Call today and
watch .tonight. Free service.
No credit check. Phone
227-1515 or 763-5404.
Wedding dress, size 7/8, ex-
cel. cond., $125; boy's tan 3-pc.
suit, worn twice, size 18, $25.
Call 229-6336 after 5:00. tfc 2/24
26' wooden shrimp boat, 120
h.p. Volvo I/O, VHF and CB
radios, winch, stainless steel
rigging, $5,250. See at Break-
away Lodge, Apalachicola,
653-8897. 6tp 2/24

Fiddler Crabs - Live Shrimp
Boomer's Bait & Tackle
Mexico Beach Mini-Mall
8th St. & Hwy. 98
2tp3/3


Mini-trampoline, excellent
condition, built according to
safety specifications, $225.
Call 227-1425 after 4 p.m , -
tfc1/20


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..
4 tfc 2/3
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. tfc 7-1


Available soon: Commer-
cial building on Reid Ave. For
more information call 229-6374
after 5 p.m. tfc 11-4


House boat, fully equipped 1974 ercur Caprice runs
for summer .& winter enjoy- . 229-871 ,c
ment, well built. Has 7ft. good, $250. 229-8781. , 2tc3/3
porch on each end, ;and 3 ft. 1981 4-wheel drive Datsun
walkway all around. Ideal, for pickup, short wheel base, a/c,
fish and/or hunting camp. low miles. Excellent cond.
Move it where you please. For Call 229-6246. ltp 3/3
miorFe Tinforminatioinr' SfiitM cM' -
John White, Port St. Joe, 1979 Monza, 4 spd., am
227-1366. tfc 2/3 radio, p.s., p.b., a.., 2,500.
u 229-6616. 2tp3/3


Ie NO ICE [I


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
There will be a regular con-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
Joe Pippin, Sec.


$25.00 REWARD
for any sewing machine
we cannot repair.
SPECIAL
$9.95
to clean, oil and adjust ten-
sion on your sewing
machine.
We guarantee your
machine can sew on any
fabric.
THE SEWING ROOM
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151


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Building or Remodeling?
Residential Plans and
Specifications to VA, FHA
or Conventional
Requirements.
20R per square foot
Thornton Associates
648-5142
2tp 2/24


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
tfe 1/20


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Zaro Agha, who died in an Istanbul, Turkey, hospital in
1934, is reputedly the world's longest-living man-at
164 years.



ELECTRICIAN
Specializing In Service Work
and Addition Work

HENRY BROXTON 639-5484


411 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL


229-6073


H&R BLOCK
The Income Tax People


CONSULTANT.:'
Jacquelyn Quarles
Linda Johnson
Ann Strait


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


Appointments Available at Your Convenience


Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours).

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

FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
& Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
tfc 1-21
LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
* Carpet - Upholstery
'* Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447
. tfc 11-4
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., PortSt. Joe
Phone 229-8899
S tfc 11-12:


REA ESATEH E BBB3:AN :T3]
FO SALE*q~~


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
,S410 A Reid Avenue O
Port St. Joe, Florida N1o0 %
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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.
tfe 7-3

HAIR IT IS!
Now Open Mon. - Sat.
9-5, CST
Evening Appointments
Upon Request
Jim Brooks-Barber/Stylist:
Sandra Page-Stylist 4& .
Sculptured Nails
Patty Brown-Owner/Stylist
648-5854.
Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach
Tfc 1/27


Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
220 Reid Ave. -
Ph. 229-8536
HOURS: Monday - Sat,
8 a.m. - 5p.m.
(Open during noon houir)'
Open after 5 p.m. by appt.;
Wauneta Brewer PatHobmWn
Owner . Assotant.
(Used tn b- at 116 Monument) -


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

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY


S 306 Reid Avenue
TAFLINGER PAINTING I' -
'(Interior and Exterior) "
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew ST. JOE CUSTOM
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS ST N CUSTOM
WILL COOL MOBILE HOMES 15-20% BUILDERS
FOR FREE ESTIMATE
Call 229-8977 . R



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REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE \
* Phone 229-6374

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




PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


406 7th Street


* Mexico Beach, Fla.


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

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

OPEN Wed. thru Sat. - 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. EST
Sunday - 1 p.m. - 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Member Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914


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Copies
Now at

The Stars
306 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

Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!










Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410Reid Avenue


SERA.I PARRKERL REALTY, Realtor
HIGHWAY 98 & 31st STREET
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA
648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073 (Outside Florida)


SALES, RENTALS & Storage Warehouse Rentals


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)'AGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1983


Flea Market Saturday, March 5

Will Raise Funds for Council.


Closets, attics and, in some
cases cellars, of the area have
S been emptied for the special
: sale to begin Saturday, March,
.5 at the Flea Market on Reid
Avenue. The Panhandle Alco-
, holism Council's local office,
' which offers resources and aid
- for alcoholics and their fami-


lies, is tme beneficiary" of
proceeds of the "Spring Clean-
out" benefit sale.
Come save, come buy. Re-
member, one man's trash is a
bargain hunter's treasure.
Hours are 10 to 5 daily except
Sunday, and new items will be
added daily to the P.A.C. sale.


The Public Is Invited
to Attend


Open House

of the Restored


Old Marianna

Railroad Depot
(Built in 1881)
Now Located at 118 Caledonia St.
Downtown Marianna

Sunday, March 6
2 to 4 P.M., CST
Sponsored by Marianna/Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce
Floye and Billy Brewton, Owners
Dunseth and Lee, Architects
Sherrel Construction Co., Contractors


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Search for Person with Heart Enters Its Last Week

Grand Prize Winner to be Selected from Four Semi-Finalists
The last of the four weekly. Totman, Gulf County's Public gest Heart in Gulf County" T.V., a $100.00 Savings Bond plant from Ming's Green- Drugs, Saveway Foe
winners in the Gulf County Health Nurse. The other week- will be selected from the four from St. Joe Paper Company, house, a gift certificate from Florida National Ba
Chapter of the American ly winners included Terri weekly winners. That person a gallon of oysters from Indian Buzzett's Drugs, and a free ler's Restaurant, Pig
Heart Association's "Person Lyles, Ken Murphy, and Mrs. will receive in addition to the Pass Seafood, a wall decora- gift certificate from Rich's gly, Motel St. Joe Res
With Heart" contest has been Myrtice Wilder. weekly prizes: six months tor clock from Badcock Home IGA. Wewahitchka State
selected. The winner is Verna The "Person With the Big- cable service from Gulf Cable Furnishings Center, a potted Country Class, H


Series of


Stiles Brown, left, promotional director
for the Gulf County Chapter, American Heart
Association, presents Verna Totman, with the
week's "Person With Heart" certificate. Mrs.
Totman, Gulf County Health Nurse here in


Port St. Joe, was the fourth winner in the
contest. Mrs. Totman received several
valuable gifts for being designated as the
week's person with heart. -Star photo


Messages

At Church
A series of special gospel
sermons will be presented at
the ,Church of Christ at 20th,
Street and Marvin Avenue,
beginning on Sunday, March
6. Special services will be held
Sunday, through Wednesday,
March 9. Sunday services will
be held at both the 11:00 a.m.
and 7:00 p.m., worship and at
7:00 p.m., Monday through
Wednesday.
Evangelist Charles Balcom
of Benton, Arkansas will be
bringing the special sermons.
He is minister of the Northside
Church of Christ in Benton
Balcom holds a degree from
the Alabama Christian Col-
lege in Montgomery, Ala., and
has previously pastored in St.
Joseph, Mo., Flint, Mich.,
Hoenwalo, Tenn., and Hart-
selle, Ala.
The church offers an invita-
tion to everyone to attend the
special sermon presentations.,


VFW Recognizes Lawmen


John C. Gainous Post 10069 of the Veters
of Foreign Wars, recognized three area law
enforcement officers for devotion to duty and
heroic actions at, a meeting held Thursday,
February, 24 at the Florida Power Lounge.
Shown in the picture are, left to right, Sheriff
Ken Murphy, who received the award for his
department; Port St. Joe Police Chief Roy
Robinson, who was presented with an award
for his department and Sheriff's Deupty Joe
Johnson,. who was recognized for his quick
action last year, which prevented a small girl
at Beacon Hill from dying. '


.705 West 15th Street * Panania City .785.5221


Child Center Sponsoring

Old/New/Used Toy Drive


As Spring is, rapidly ap-
proaching and many' Gulf
Countians begin their annual'
"Clean-up, Fix-up" cam-
paigns, the Gulf County Child
Development and Learning
Center is sponsoring a toy
drive to aid parents and blder
kids with this task.
Anyone having seldom used
or never used children's
books, records, and toys, is,
asked to donate them to the
day care center, and gpt a tax.
deduction at the same time.'
The center is located at the
Washington Site on Peters
Street and provides services
to children 3-5 years of age,
regardless of race, creed,
color, or economic back-
,ground.
. it you wish to make a
donation, please call the cen-


ter between the hours of 7:45
A.M. and 3:45 P.M., Monday-
Friday, at 229-8060. Visitors
are also welcomed at the
center during these hours.

Bluegrass Boys
Recording Here
W. T. Miller and "The Hard
Labor Bluegrass Boys" will be
in Port St. Joe on March 5th,
cutting . an LP album at
Lo-Ran Sound Studio begin-
ning at 2:00,P.M.
"The Hard Labor Blue-
grass", one of the most
outstanding Bluegrass bands
in West Florida, hails from
Wausau.
"All doors are open to
courtesy." Thomas Fuller


Shown with the lawmen is VFW Com-
mander Bill Schlickman, right, who present-
ed the awards for the veterans organization.
-Star photo


The Gulf County Chapter of
the American Heart Associa-
tion would like to express their
appreciation to those busines-
ses that' contributed weekly
prizes. They are Campbell's


id Store,
nk, But-
gly Wig-
staurant,
Bank,
urlbut's


Hardware, Abby's Restau-
rant, and Mayhann's Depart-
ment Store.
Watch for the grand prize.
winner in next week's paper.


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New Plumber In Town



Stokes Plumbing Co.
FREE ESTIMATES

648-8353




The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

,2001 GARRISON AV. - PORT ST. JOE
Invites 'ou to Worship with.Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAYSCHOOL ...................... 9:45A.M.
MORNINGWORSHIP ................... 11:00A.M.
EVENINGWORSHIP .................... 7:00 P.M.
VWEDNESDAY NIGHT .................... 7:00P.M.





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


GMAC Financing on '83 Models
Example of Just How Easy It Is To Own A New Car or Truck



S-04 cyl. 4-speed
-Manual S.W.B.



6 9'5' 48 months at $125.00 payments; $1,560 down pay-
ment (cash or trade), plus tax and tag. Credit ap-
proval required. A.P.R. 11.9.



We have a wide selection of small and
large trucks. One to fit your needs. Call
me, Nancy Little, 229-6372 and let me
help you make the right choice.


1OMMY IHOMAS


New In Port St. Joe

Insulate and Beautify
Your Home at the Same Time with
Foil Insulation and Solid Vinyl Siding.
Never needs painting. Several colors
to choose from. Maintenance free.
Up to 1,400 sq. ft.
$1 795co
Only 1,7950 Installed

C. W. FORD
Call Anytime 229-6820


S785-5221
* 785-5221


7-05 West 15th Street


L.


*Panama City




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0OPEN 7:30 A.M.


to 9:00 P.M. Mon.


- Sat.


DOUBLE

COUPON


DISCOU


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ith our Eve ryday
* C ONv, oE Low Prices!.
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IGood for any of the **-
following DOUBLE DISCOUNT specials.


SAVE EVEN MORE ON THIS WEEK'S DOUBLE DISCOUNT SPECIALS


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Assorted 2 Liter Bottles
Ritz Drinks


2 liter
btl.


WITH FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE I


DO BL D: B S S A


PUNCH
-DETERGENT,
942oz. 5
WITH FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE
WITH FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


DUe : I S N P
SIGA Grade A
LARGE EGGS


WITH FILLED


DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


L DIA
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Starkist (Chunk & w/Water)
TUNA


2/ 88'
WITH FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


OMNI


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The Ultimate Coffee Experience
8 O'Clock Coffee
0 0ffee
The Coffee Drinkers Choice
for Over 100 Years


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Our 8-Page Color Ad

to You in the Mall


"EXTRA BONUS"
DOUBLE DISCOUNT COUPONS!


You'llII Find Everyday LOW LOW Discount Prices Throughout The
Store, PLUS EXTRA DOUBLE DISCOUNT COUPONS On Many Of The
Items. You'll Save On Each Item Plus You'll Get Extra Coupons To
Help Fill Your Certificates Quicker! (The More Certificates You Fill
The More Savings You Can Take Home!) -_


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We Invite You to $ PLAY MONEY BACK $
Wouldn't it be nice to buy a big grocery order at Saveway.and then have your money
given back to you at .the end of the week?
Well, here's your chance!
We will draw a minimumof'3 Saveway Cash Register Tapes (or enough to be worth
at least $150.00) each Saturday at 6:00 p.m. If your tape is:drawn you will get the total
amount of money that you spent returned to you! ;
$ MONEY BACK $ is the game for; those who would like to have one of our
cashiers hand them their $ MONEY BACK $ and still keep their groceries.
Registereach time you visit Saveway,
S ' ' .ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
YOU PROBABLY KNOW SOMEONE WHO HAS GOTTEN THE#I MONEY BACK IN ONE OF OUR PAST GAMES.
NOTE: If your name is drawn on a Saveway Cash Register Slip and no purc nase was made, you'will be awarded a $5.00 refund representing
an average purchase. To enter just sign the Saveway Cash Aegister Tapeput your phone number on It and put It In the drawing box.
THESE SHOPPERS PLAYED $ MONEY BACK $ AND WON


Helen Magidson.............. $57.55
Kim Roberts .............. $54.81
Annette W. Ulry............... $37.21
R. H. Whitnew .............._ 83


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Wanna Grace ................. $4.70
TOTAL $ MONEY BACK $ WINNINGS
$388.53 _---


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SUGAR ic
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Limit 1 with
10 Food Order
or More


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SAVE iMOR 9 ONSA 1 1WA S -i-NO BRAND PRODUCTS


31$119
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No Brand 15 Oz.
Dog or Cat Food


. .. . 21'


No Brand 13 Oz.
*. . . 3. Filled Canned Milk.


. 38


No Brand 22 oz.'
Coffee Creamer...


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No Brand 100 Count
Tagless Tea


Bags.. .1 .


No Brand 3 Lb. Bag . .
... Long Grain Rice. . .
No Brand 24 Oz.
$J1.03 Fruit Punch Mix . i.4


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31


No Brand 16 Oz. Cream Style or ..
Whole Kernel Corn
No Brand 1 Lb. Box
Saltine Crackers .
3 Oz. (Like Jello)
Flavored Gelatin..
No Brand 16 Oz.
Canned Tomatoes


64 Oz. No Brand
Citrus Punch


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12 (1 oz. pkgs.)
Hot Cocoa Mix .
w16 Ot Can
Sweet Peas ...


3 3 3' 3


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No Brand ds Charcoal
20 Pounds Charcoal...


No Brand 16 Oz.
Cut Green Beans,.:


No Brand 32 Oz.
Iced Tea Mix


$299
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$1.91


Green Head


Pet Ritz
PIE SHELLS
Morton Chicken, Turkey, Beef
POT PIES .


2 Lb. Swanson's
FRIED CHICKEN


Birds Eye
CORN


ON THE COB


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IDAHO � Fresh
Baking Potatoes3 ..99 Spinach. kg.49
FRESH White IRISH 95
Mushrooms . mL 1.39 Potatoesso.50
FRESH PICKED COLLARDS, MUSTARD, TURNIP GREENS


l I Land 0 Lakes 1 Lb. Pkg. 2
Sa oage eads f f MARGARINE 299

1 Lb. Cello Carrots 3 bags E' JUICE .1.0
� bag ....Am" "


Fresh Broccoli


Bunch


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8 Oz. American
KRAFT CHEESE
8 Oz. Breakstone
SOUR CREAM.
64 Oz. No Brand
CITRUS PUNCH


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We Have Fertilizer
8-8-8, 10-10-10, 13-13-13
Black Kow * Potting Soil
Ammonium Nitrate


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BULK RATE
US. POSTAGE
8.4' PAID
Permit No. 65
Port St. Joe, FL 32465


Quantity
Rights
Reserved


OCCUPANT
P. O. BOX
PORT ST. JOE, FL 32456
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510 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.


Prices Good
Mar. 2-8, 1983


" 9:00 P.M.


Country Style

LOIN RIBS


Lb. 99


8% Oz. Sliced or Crushed 2 I ' 2 Lb. Jar l
Delmonte Pineapple 188 GRAPE JELLY ... .


S . L .
V.8 JUICE."..... '..
S 5 Oz. Can Armour,' :
Vienna Sausage


S88C . Unsweetened
88 C KOOL-AID


71/1.00


199' 15 N. Cl ASn Al 11
-/99 GREEN LIMAS 313.."09'


End Cut
Pork Chops


Lb. %


Swift's Premium 3 Lb.


Swift's Premium 3 Lb.
Canned Ham
�^

NO BRAND

PAPER TOWELS


Chuck Steak


Lb.


STELOAK
STEAK


Beef, Cheese & Reg.
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. MARCH 3, 1983


Tyndall Exercises Causing Noises In Panhandle Area
T yn da E er i e is* * 'e s ! ** ' o. .______


' Copper Flag, a new Tactical
Air Command exercise, which
is designed to provide realistic
S training to the strategic air
defense forces of the UIS. Air
Force, is underway at Tyndall
'AFB. Base officials announ-
. ced that increase, flying activi-
ity of jet fighters and bombers
will take place in.northwest


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Monday and will continue
through March 4.
Most of the flying activity
will take place on Tyndall's
ranges in the Gulf of Mexico;
however, there will be mis-
sions over land in an approved
low-level training area. This


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area is bordered by Carra-
belle to the east, Interstate
1-10 to the north, Wewahitchka
to the west and extends over
the Gulf of Mexico.
,Numerous noise complaints
were received during the first
night's flying operation. Tyn-
dall officials said they are


changing the target profiles in
an effort to keep the low flying
aircraft as far as possible
from populated areas.
Aircraft Monday night were
at a minimum altitude of 2,500
feet; however, atmospheric
conditions amplified the
sound. Queries concerning the


muise or increased flying
should be directed to the
Tyndall Public Affairs Office,
telephone 283-2965..
The exercise is being exe-
cuted under operational con-
trol of the USAF Air Defense
Weapons Center at Tyndall. It
simulates bombers trying to


Educational Advisory Council Has Met


The Gulf County Vocational met on Tuesday, February 22,
-Education Advisory Council at Wewahitchka Jr.-Sr. High
School. This scheduled lunch-


Guidance Clinic

Directors to Meet.
:The Board of Directors of
' the Gulf County Guidance
S Clinic, Inc. will hold its
regularly scheduled meeting
on Tuesday, March 8 at 7:00
P.M. (E.S.T.).- The meeting
:will be held in the Clinic
:Conference Room at' 311 Wil-
'liams Avenue in Port St. Joe.


In his budget for 1984 Presi-
dent Reagan has asked for an
increase of $5 million in funding
for inspectors general within the
federal agencies.
This is a budget increase
with which I thoroughly concur
- considering it an investment
rather than a draw on the
treasury.
For years I have been a
sponsor and strong advocate of
-creating the office of indepen-


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eon meeting was highlighted
by presentations of the 1983-84
Federal Project Funding
Guide. Eleven written project
proposals were presented for
approval. Charles Cleckley,
Industrial Auto Mechanics;
George Cox, Clerical Occupa-
tions; Forrest Weed, Agricul-
ture; and Helen Raimsey,
CHOICES, made oral presen-
tations and responded to ques-
tions from the Council mem-


dent inspector general within
the federal agencies to assure
that tax dollars are properly
spent and to guard against
duplication and fraud within the
government.
The last federal department
to get an inspector general was
the Deiense Department which
had strenuously opposed hav-
ing an independent investigator
turned loosP on the military
establishment.


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bers.
"Making Good Programs
Better in Florida," a slide-
tape program was shown. The
theme of the presentation was
that Advisory Committees are
crucial to the. advancement
and promotion of vocational
education. The program was
provided by the Department
of Education, . Division of
Vocational Education.
Persons attending were:
Council Members, Bill Sum-
nert Jean Peters, Bill Dodson,
Joe Whaley, Verna Totman;


Under President Reagan's
1984 budget, inspectors general
will have an increase of $5
million over the 1983 budget,
but the largest portion of that
1$2 million), will go to the new
position ,at the' Department of
Def P'r .
Under the President's
budget, total outlays for inspec-
tors general will be $405 million,
i in 1984.
That seems like quite a lot
until it is compared with the
$11.5 billion which the Office of
Management and Budget
estimates the inspector general
saved taxpayers between
January and September, 1982.'

The steering Committee for
the Four E Week in Jackson and
surrounding counties reports
tremendous success in attrac-
ting interest from all quarters forr
participation in activities April 11
through April 16.
The Four E's stand: for
energy, ecology, economy and
education - and each of those
elements will be thoroughly ex-
posed during the six days of ac-
tivity in Marianna.
I have already scheduled a
hearing of the Subcommittee
on Energy Development and
Applications on "Energy and
Rural Economic Development"
on Friday April 15 as part of a
symposium on the same topic
which will be held on the 14th
and 15th.
On the 15th and &16th of
April vendors of ,alternative
energy concepts and systems
will have their wares and ex-
hibits on display for the public.
Among major corporations
already agreeing to have
representative displays on alter-
native energy on April 15th and
16th are Westinghouse,
McDonald-Douglas, Florida
Power and Light and many
others.
The week will be'kicked off
with a high school science fair
April 11th and 12rh with par-
ticipation being encouraged
from all over Florida.-- par-
ticularly the Second District.
Science ' 'teachers , who
would like to encourage student
Darticipaiion in the Science Fair
should contact Dr. Joyner
Sims Dean of Students,
Chipola Junior College,, for
complete details of the science
fair,..
A special treat for par-
ticipants in the Science Fair will
be a presentation by A. Scott
Crossfield, one of the world's,
most famous test pilots who is
now a consultant to the House
Committee on Science and
Technology.
Crossfield set several speed
and altitude records during the
exciting days of the experimen-
tal rocket airplane program in
the 1950s and 1960s.


School Personnel, James Mc- Cox, Temple Watson; Special'
Innis, Lamait Faison, Frances Guest, Bill Renfroe, Admini-
Shores, Clayton Wooten, He- strator of CETA Programs for
len Ramsey, Charles Cleck- Bay, Gulf and Franklin Coun-
ley, Forrest Weed, George ties.


Students, Apply Now


for '83 Financial Aid


at P.C. FS
Students who plan to attend
the FSU Panama City Campus
'for fall semester 1983 are

Gulf County

School Lunch


Menus
Monday, March 7
Fiestada, mixed vegetables,
sliced fruit, peanut, butter:
cookies, and milk.
Tuesday, March 8
Tuna salad, cheese sticks,
green beans, crackers, cob--
bler pie, and milk,
Wednesday, March 9
. Hoagie sandwich, buttered
corn, fruit jello, and milk.
Thursday, March 10
Fried chicken, Waldorf sal-
ad, lima beans, rolls, and
.milk.
Friday, March 11
Cheeseburger, French fries,
green peas, cake, and milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods. ' /


U Campus
urged to apply now tor financi-
al aid. Changes in financial
aid procedures mean that all
applications will be processed
on a "first-come, first-serve"
basis, but only after each'file
is considered complete. The
earlier students apply, the
earlier their files may be
completed.
New ACT applications are
available for Pell Grant and
for college-based aid pro-
grams such as College Work-
-Study, Supplemental Educa-
tional Opportunity Grant, and
National Direct Student Loan.
Also, many scholarship pro-
grams require ACT need
analysis results in order to
determine students' eligibili-
ty. . ,
In addition 'to. the ACT
application, students mniust
submit a signed copy of their,
or their parents', 1982 income
tax form or a non-filer's
certification.
Students may obtain appli-
cations for financial aid and a
list of available scholarships
at the Office of Student
Services, 4917 N. Bay Drive,'
Panama City, or they may call
769-8951 for more information.


penetrate the United States'
sovereign airspace. The pur-
pose is to exercise the Air
Force's capabilities in identi-
fying. and 'intercepting the
bombers and to identify
strengths and weaknesses to
insure aircrews and systems
are combat ready, officials
said.
Four fighter units, from
TAC's active duty forces and
the Air National Guard are
participating in the initial
exercise. They are flying
F-106, F-4 and F-15 aircraft.
Target forces, representing
the enemy bombers, are from
other TAC units throughout
the Air Force. Aircraft used in
the target forces are B-52s,
RF-4Cs, F-111s, MC-130s, OV-
10s and T-33s.
The exercises are scheduled
to be held three times each
year at Tyndall. Future exer-
cises may include air defense
forces from other services or
allied nations such as Canada.


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