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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1983
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518880

FORTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NUMBER 2
V. '


THE STAR
Industry-Deep Water Port--Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1983


Fire damage is shown around the alerted the Volunteer Fire Department
edge of the mobile home occupied by Saturday morning at 7; 15. -Star photo
Brad Gable on Duval Street. The fire


Suspicions

Surround Saturday A
Investigators are looking into the and had pu
cause of an early morning fire on Duval vicinity hi
Street in Oak Grove Saturday morning, back to bed
Fire Chief, Bascom Hamm, said the the smell o
Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire Department a.m. This
answered an alarm at a mobile home department
occupied by Brad Gable on Duval Street, The se
which had possibly been set by someone. The se
Hamm said the fire had started outside underside
the mobile home, underneath the struc- minor dad
ture near the front door and had burned flames ha
through the floor by the time the blaze floor.
was discovered., The c
Hamm said Gable reported he had investigate
first smelled smoke at about 4:00 a.m., Departmei


Morning Fire"
it out a small fire in the same
myself. Gable had then gone
d and again was awakened by
f. smoke and fire at about 7:15
time Gable called .the fire.
nt.
cond blaze was confined to the
of the mobile home and only
iage to the inside where the
I burned their way through the

ause of the fire is under
on by the Gulf County Sheriff's
it.
... .. ... *' ,.' '.-', ,...... i


Service


Rates Hiked


Water, Garbage Collection Rates Going Up


City residents can expect',
to pay more for their water
and garbage collection ser -
vices soon, as the City,
Commission took the firstK


steps Tuesday night to in-
crease the charges to make
income more nearly meet the
expenses of operating the
services.


New Guidelines


for Cormmiodities
New federal guidelines have been applied to the surplus
commodity program, according to Fred Allen, director of
the program here in south Gulf County. Allen said the new
guidelines apply to recipients of the free foodstuffs over the
entire county.
Currently, the program is offering free quantities of
government surplus cheese and butter. Other commodities
are given as they are available.
The revised eligibility criteria will continue to consist of
the present eligibility for food stamps, AFDC, Medicaid or
SSI, or be currently registered as unemployed.
The new guidelines also allows eligibility by a signed
self-declaration of need based on household income up to 130
percent of federal poverty income level guidelines, adjusted
for household size.
TABLE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME ELIGIBILITY
Family Size Per Month Per Week
1 $ 527 $122
2 709 164
3 891 206
4 1,073 248
5 1,255 290
6 '. ''1,437 332
S 7 1,619 374
8 1,801 416
9 1,983 458
10 2,165 500 "
Each Added Person add 182 add 42


The Commission has
known for the past few
months something was going
to have to be done in the
services due to operating
expenses which have in-
creased steadily over the
past few years and is expect-
ed to take a dramatic in-
crease within the next few
months with the installation
of a new garbage handling
system.
The new garbage handling
system includes a new trash
compactor to compact gar-
bage and trash for transpor-
tation to the county's only
approved landfill area near
Buckhorn in extreme north
Gulf County. The installation
and transportation equip-
ment is expected to cost in
the neighborhood of $250,000


and is being forced on the
county and city by the
Environmental Protection
Agency of Florida. The EPA
is coming down hard on most
area counties to do some-
'thing about their garbage
disposal systems.
Garbage collection service
costs are expected to be
increased by 50 cents per
month, which is expected to
take care of the cost of the
service well past the change-
over stage. Garbage collec-
tion is now costing city
residents $4.50 per month for
twice a week pick-up. With
the adoption of a new ordin-
ance, which is expected to
take at least a month,
garbage collection service
will cost $5.00 per month.
There will be some good


news and some bad news for
City services, however.
For those people who are
regularly billed for the min-
imum charge, such as single
person dwellings or couples,
usually older people or peo-
ple on fixed incomes, there
will be reduction of the water
bill minimum rate, to ac-
commodate the increased
garbage collection fee. Those
who use more than the
minimum water bill will
experience an increase in the :
water charges as well.
Minimum water bills will -
be reduced to $2.50 per month
and sewer charges to $2.00
per month. The total mini-
mum water, sewer and gar-
bage collection bill will be
reduced from a present rate
(Continued on Page 8)


A recertifying clinic will be held in the county Monday,
and Tuesday, September 12 and 13 from 9:00 a.m., to 3:00,
p.m. at the Port St. Joe Washington site on Avenue D.
Allen says recipients, of,.'the commodities must
'pfe-regipte to receive'16 f ciodities. "


New Requirement Revealed


DER Official Inspects Project
eL o*** .. F *


Nearly a month ago, Ray-
mond Burrows said he was
expressing a fear of several
residents of Highland View
when he asked the County
Commission to look into the
advisability of a spray pro-
gram the City of Port St. Joe
was conducting in a field east
of Highland View.
The spray program had to
do with the spraying of
-dredged sludge from the.
City's Wastewater Treat-
t-ment plant across the Gulf
county Canal from Highland
View. The pond is being
Dredged on orders from the
Department of Environmen-
tal Regulation to improve the
plant's effluent quality going
into St. Joseph's Bay.


This past week, Richard
Sublet, an executive with the
DER's Gulf Breeze office,
who has been overseeing the
plant's operation ever since
it was built, came to Port St.
Joe to personally inspect the
operation. DER had given.
approval of the dredging
operation and had approved
the manner in which the
effluent was to be disposed
of.
Sublet said the operation
was "A first class job". ,He
said he and DER were well
satisfied with the disposal
method which involves a
spray irrigation type dispo-,
sal over approximately 2001
acres.


Sublet said the disposal
method offered no danger to
health and had no foul odors
in the vicinity. "You can't
smell anything", he said.
NEW REQUIREMENT
Along with the good news
from Sublet, came a small
amount of bad news also.
The City was notified by
DER this past week they:
must prove' they are not
putting too much trace metal
in their effluent' from the
plant.
Plant manager Bob Simon
said the Bay and Gulf County
Canal are class three waters
and carry the same definition
as .drinking water so far as
.trace metals are concerned.


"They're asking us to meet.
drinking water standards in
our effluent into these wat-
ers", Simon said. Simon
pointed out that tests have
consistently shown the ef-
flent from the Wastewater
plant are of a consiteintly
higher quality than the re-
ceiving waters of St. Joseph
Bay and Gulf County Canal.
"We must now prove we are
not going beyond the allow-
able limits in trace metals
such as iron aiid aluminum",
Simon said.
Simon pointed, out that
most water wells in the area
of Port St. Joe and Gulf
County have a higher iron
content than DER allows in


their specifications. "Most
water wells in our area won't
meet these standards", Si-
mon said, "But our plant
effluent is expected to nieet
them". .
-Simon said the require-
ment is something new with
DER and that all facilities
placing effluent into receiv-
ing waters must meet. the
new specifications whether
or not the receiving waters
meet them.
Simon said the City must
employ an engineering 'firm
to determine whether or not
the plant's effluent meets the
new standards, and if it;
doesn't, pinpoint the source
of the metals into the.system.


Mayor F~ank Pate signs a proclamation
designating September 17 through 23 as
Constitution Week in Port St. 'Joe. Mrs.


Herman Dean, chairman of Constitution
Week for the DAR, left and City Clerk Alden
Farris, witness the signing. -Star photo


.Co institution

Week Proclaimed In Port St. Joe


The Daughters of Ameri- signed in Philadelphia, Pen-
can Revolutionl -this: week, "-nsylvania marking .a new
reminded the citizens of this concept of government in
area that the week of Sep- the world. .
tember 17 through 23 is
United States Constitution Mayor Frank Pate also
week and that President proclaimed the special week
Ronald Reagan has pro- here in Port St. Joe to run
claimed the week as a special concurrently with the na-
emphasis on the spirit of, tional emphasis, calling at-
liberty which spawned the tention to the importance of
birth of the nation and its the Constitution in the lives of
Constitution. Americans and the hope it
The Constitution was offers the entire world.


Mrs. Herman Dean, chair-
man of Constitution Week for
the DAR, says, "The purpose
of this observance is to rene,
appreciation for our Conse'.
tion and our country. Study
your Constitution during this
week in order that you may
more fully, understand its
meaning and understand
why this. document has..
endured as the great charter
of human liberties".


Shown receiving an electrocardiogram
from Public Health Nurse Verna Totman is
Harold Thompson, the first Cairdiovascular
Screening client for the Port St. Joe' unit of
the Gulf County Health Department.
Cardiovascular Screenings represent a
low cost way of reaching large numbers of
the population at risk' to determine either
the existence of a given disease or tlne
presence of reversible risk factors which:
might cause the disease. Included in the,
screening is a medical history, height,
weight, blood pressure, urine check, hemo-
globin, glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides, '
uric acid, BUN and electrocardiogram. ,
Cardiovascular screening appointments
may be made by calling the Health
. Department at 227-1276. The Health Depart-
ment would like to emphasize the fact that
'Cardiovascular Screenings are not intended
to replace physician diagnostic evaluations
and persons who are having symptoms of
Cardiovascular disease are urged to consult
their family nhvsician.


(,j


Woman Arrested Friday


As Purse Snatch Suspect


City police arrested De-
lores Thomas, age 30, Fri-
day, and charged her with
purse snatching, according
to Police spokesman, James
Graves.
Graves said officer James
McGee arrested Miss Thom-
as, after Mrs. R. G. Boyles,
owner of Boyles, discovered
her purse missing from un-
der the counter in her store.
Miss Thomas had just been
released from jail about
three weeks ago, after serv-
ing time for committing
various crimes of theft.


McGee said the theft oc-
curred while Mrs. Boyles had
her attention diverted away
from the counter area with a
customer. The billfold was
resting inside Mrs. Boyles'
large purse which was lying'
on a shelf under the counter.
Mrs. Boyles discovered the
billfold was missing a short
time after Ms. Thomas left
the store. She gave a descrip-
tion of Thomas to police, who
then picked up Thomas as a
suspect.
Officer McGee picked up


Thomas and a- companion.
who had been in the store.'
with Thomas and questioned
them separately. The com-
panion, who said she didn't.'
know Thomas was suspected:.
of taking the billfold, said she.
(Thomas) had handed her:
two $20 bills as they left-
Boyles.
When confronted with the:
companion's statement, Tho-
mas then admitted taking the
billfold and showed officers
where she had hidden the
billfold behind a shoebox
inside Boyles store.


9


Cardiovascular

Screening Done


Football Season Starts Friday

See Page Three In This Issue for Stories On County Teams





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Editorials


and Comments


THE STAR


THURSDAY. SEPT. 8: 1983


PAGEi TWO


Defending
9 ,' ,


"Lewd"

We can't help feeling sorry f
the people of Tallahassee. The:
are people up there, notably the
Sheriff, Eddie Boone, who are be
on putting clothes on all the fema
dancers who are parading around
with nothing on except their smile
Tallahassee Democrat colur
nist Mary Ann Lindley has bee
sheding some crocodile tears ov(
the damage to the rights of th
people from the harassmentn"
topless dancer, Vicki Moulto:
About the only thing Ms. Lindle
and others like her have done is
make, the now notorious M
SMoulton more famous than Bobb
Bowden.
Miss Lindley is all discombol
ulated over the fact that the righ
of her and others have been put
jeopardy by trying to curtail suc
actions and activities as those
performed -by the' famous ME
Moulton. It might be that Mi
Lindley is-damaging the rights
Ms. Moulton by her protest over th
law trying to enforce a morality
ordinance in .Tallahassee. ME
Moulton may not mind the fe'
members of Benny's Doll Housi
Where she performs, knowing shl
ishucks her shift in public down t
the bare skin, but she might n
want every Tom, Dick and, Harr
as well as every Sally, Susie an
Jane in the Panhandle knowing'



S. aDurm
That was a dumb move.
However smart the Russian
t.fink they are, and however smai
the remainder of the world think
they are, -their shooting down
IefoidacoWffinercial airlines plarie
packed with people, was a dum
move.
It just proves that either th
Soviets care less about human lif
ffi an they do about rattling' their
; sabers, or they care little to non.
about what the world thinks of their
actions.
Their latest move-to clain
they thought the plane was a dirt:
old American spy plane-was th
height of ignorance, inr our way o
thinking. ,
To think that a supposed,
trained interceptor pilot can't tel
the difference from an enem:
plane and a lumbering, compare
tively low flying commercial air
lines plane is the epitome o
-.thinking we and the rest of th'
world are stupid. If the pilot haW
such hallucinations, the: Soviet


Behaviour

or doesn't bother her to go skinny
re dancing in public.
,ir We have never seen Ms.
nt Moulton, but likely she is easy to
le look at, dressed or undressed, or,
id she would not be so eager to shuck
-s. her shirt in the public eye. Even if
n- we were as well rounded as Ms.
en Moulton probably is, we would not
er have the intestinal fortitude to strip
ie down in front -of everybody.
of What we're getting at is that it
n. takes a special kind of person to
y undress in public and shimmy and
to shake suggestively before an au-
s. dience. Ms. Lindley quotes an
Dy attorney who makes a practice of
defending these nude dancers as
b- saying,- "The lewd and lascivious
ts law is vague because we don't
in really know what it means."
;h Of course, Webster doesn't say
se so in his dictionary, but to us, lewd
s. and lascivious means doing -what
s. Ms. Moulton did. among other
of things.
ie We know we aren't going to
ty wipe out lewd and lascivious
s. behaviour. If there is 'a large
w segment of our so-called educated
e, people who don't know what it
ie means and another large segment
to- Will fight to defend such actions on
ot the grounds that someone's rights
y may be damaged, we can depend
id on nude dancing continuing to
it flourish.



b'Move

should be wary lest their own
-s planes get shot down or they should.
ft /take another look at t-heir pilot
s training methods.
a Again, to expect the world to ,.-
b believe ,the- -KAL plane :was an
American plane on a spy mission is
e to expect the world to believe
e anything. To come within 300 miles t
r of an American. reconnaissance .
e plane in the area hardly speaks
[r well .for the accuracy of the ]
vaunted Soviet equipment capabili-
n ty. If such a confusion ,is really
y within the realm of the Soviet i
e military hardware, possible we t
if should quit the spy flights and even
-cut back on our own military ,
y spending.
1l If the Soviet military hardware r
y is no more" accurate than they u
i- would have us believe in this one t
instance, they have a lot of i
f catching up to do before we should '
e become worried. .about anything u
d except our passenger planes flying ,
s the,North Pole, that is. 9


AMAN'S WORLD



Truck Drivers' Rights
BY .SAD PHANTRY


It's time, I think, to clear"
up an issue that is very
important to all of us. The
issue is special "rights" that
ruck drivers have. As far as
I know there is no document-
ed list of rights that exist and
I think there should be one,
especially since I am now the
proud owner of a -truck.
Rights are always more
important to the violate
han -to the. violater. Here,
hen, is the list that I think
should be observed by all of
you.
First of all, we have the
rights to bear arms. Most of
is have a gun rack in our
ruck, and we have the right
o place a gun of some caliber
n it. If some of us do not own
gun then we can place atn
umbrella in it. From a*a
distance it often looks like a
gun. To date I do not own a-
gun rack. I am still trying to


figure out how I am going to
pay for the truck. I still have
the right to own one, though.
Another.right we have is
the right to.stip traffic. This
right applies only to two-lane
streets or road& Four-lane
traffic stopping is strictly
prohibited since several
truck drivers have been
killed by other drivers doing
in excess of seventy miles
per hour on super highways.
Anyway, we are allowed to
stop and converse in the
middle of the street if we
desire. You other drivers
must-. stop until we have
finished our important con-
versations..
A truck driver is required
to, at one time. or another,
carry a mangy pet in the
back of his truck. Most truck
drivers preferto carry a dog,
but some often haul cows,
hogs or some other species.


So far I have managed to ge
by with one or, two of my
children. No one has noticed
the difference thus far.
Chewing tobacco is not
only. a right, it is a must! A


"Bud" Is


Sensitive
Dear Wesley,
Pardon the familiarity, but
surely a dog with centuries ol
breeding behind him can call
a newspaper editor by his
first name.
Despite the impression gi-
ven in your editorial in "The
Star", wherein you infer that
I am afraid of cats, may I
woof at you and assure you
cats do not frighten me-
much. When there is only one


truck driver without a chew right to
of tobacco is like a' ballet As a m
dancer that can't standon his truck is
toes. Truck drivers are not by toda
allowed to spit into a cup or are no
any other container inside down, t
the truck; they must spit out the tru
the window...while the vehi- dirt on
cle is in motion. This will dirty. I
cause the spittle to splash vehicle
down the outside of-the truck, .
; streaking the bed and giving There
t it the looks of a multi-color- cnthat tnru
y ed, older vehicle. The driver continue
d must also have some stains others
on his left shirt sleeveI keep
t Hand in hand with the back at
above, a truck driver has the



LETTERS.

of them and one of me, I can if not tl
t stand my ground, but when Yo
f the odds are three to one, M
1 then it is time to heed the
gambler's advice and know it P.S. I 1
is time to run. familiar
It is humiliating enough to because
be- called a coward, but it is mullets
t the ultimate "put down" to know
be referred to as the ugliest greater
i dog in the neighborhood. cat little
Actually, I consider myself hope yo
s the ugliest dog in the County, my letter


o drive a dirty truck.
matter of fact, a clean
s totally unacceptable
y's standards. If there
dirty roads to drive
the driver should wet
Lck down and throw
it so that it appears
If. he desires a clean
, he should buy a car.
e are other "rights"
cl'drivers have.'w will
e my research and as
come to me, I will
>u posted. Meanwhile,
t the ranch!!!
SHAD PHANTRY


* *


9N


he whole State.
ur friendly neighbor,
. "Bud"
know many cats are
r with "The Star",
of your admission,
are wrapped in it. I
also that an even
use for it is found in
r boxes; therefore, I
ur cats don't cover up
er before reading it.


This Has to be the Favor


IF SPORTSMEN HAD a favorite
time of the year, early September
would have to be it. There's so much
going on in the sport line. Nearly
'everybody is playing ball and those
who aren't are just getting through or
just getting started.
On top of that, it's that time of the
year to start getting serious about the,
upcoming hunting season. In just
three short weeks, we'll be shooting at
doves again and those who stand'in
the woods and wait for deer, will be
standing in the woods waiting for deer
in just a short while.
World Series time is drawing
near, which whets the interest in
Baseball even more than ever this
time of the year. Around these parts,
baseball fever has evolved from a
conglomeration of loyalties to mostly
just one team interest-the Atlanta
:, Braves. As this is being written, the
Braves are in the midst of a bad losing
streak, losing by some big scores and
even bigger run production by the
other team.
Still everyone remembers the 19


game slide last year when they came
back, so there's, just groaning thus
far....the weeping and wailing and
gnashing of teeth will come, along
later if the losing streak lasts much


te Time ofd

in the Super Bowl game. Thus far, I
have read, ,of eight college teams
which will be number one this year.:
and any number which will be in tlhe
'bowl games at the year's end.


ETA OINSHRDLU

By: We


longer.
+ ++++
SOME OF THE college football
teams started playing this past week
end and the remainder will get in the
thick of the season this week. The
professionals are off on their quest for
the Super Bowl and basketball is
starting to practice.
Already, I have seen at least six
teams which are guaranteed a place


te Year for"

spectator sport. I just sit on the
sidelines and spectate while the sports
do the prognosticating about which
team- has the better chance at the
laurels.


esley R. Ramsey.


Football is definitely here even
though Mother Nature says it's still
time to go fishing rather than sitting-
in the bleachers wishing... your team
would just score one more time.
I'm not going to join in that gaggle
of writers who have come up with an
educated guess as to who will be on.
top after the dust clears and the snow"
begins to fall.
I'm .what you would call a:


I don't keep up with the names of
the team members for .years and
years. I don't even know who is
playing quarterback on more than a
dozen teams, so that doesn't qualify
me as expert enough to offer any
guess, educated or uneducated, about
who. will be the top team after the
season has run its course.
I can tell you on Monday morning
which team was the best in any given"


A Real Live Sportsman


week end, but I couldn't really tell you
why the loser lost. In other words, I'm
not a student of the fine. points of
football. Never claimed to be.
I can watch the game with the
best of them and probably enjoy it
more than some of those guys who
know the expertise behind the quar-
terback slapping the center on the
fanny when he wants the ball hiked.

THE THING I have noticed most
about sports during the past few years
is that more and more teams are
beginning to play outdoors sports
indoors. Too, almost every team now
turns its collective nose up at or-
dinary, natural grass everyone
except the mole crickets, that is in
favor of the artificial variety. The
artificial "turf" even has its own
slang describing the unexpected
things which happen on it which
doesn't happen on natural grass.
All of this tells me something.
Is a sport still a sport even though
he does his sport indoors, rather than


outdoors? Is he still a sport if he had
rather play on plastic grass rather
than the real thing?
I can see this thing getting out of
hand, if the trend continues.
Last year, even Minnesota got
into the act and moved into their new
circus tent to get out of the snow while
they played their games. With Minne-
sota and the snows they have there, I
can understand the sports moving
inside.
Most of the indoor ball diamonds
are in the south where the weather is
more mild.. in the winter time. In
the summer it can get tough. It gets
tough on the spectators as well as the
players. So, even those southern
teams have a good argument for
wanting to play in the relative comfort
of a tent or a dome.
I'm just biding my time.until they
start having dove shoots in an air
conditioned building.
When that starts, we can all say
the American sportsman is getting to
be just too soft.


Tides
The tide action in St.
Joseph's Bay is shown in the
tide table below. The infor-
mation is furnished by the
U.S. Weather Bureau in Apa-
lachicola.


Sept.8 2:21p.m. 9:54p.m.
Sept.9 2:07a.m. 8:16a.m.
4:54p.m. 7:17p.m.
Sept. 10 2:12 a.m. 11:03 a.m.
Sept. 11 2:54a.m. 1:06p.m.
Sept. 12 3:36 a.m. 2:36 p.m.
Sept. 13 4:30a.m. 3:44p.m.
Sept.14 5:27 a.m. 4:44p.m.
Sept. 15 6:30a.m. 5:51p.m.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 8. 1983 PAGE THREE




"Football Fever Starts In County Friday


Walding, Charles Byrd, Eric Parrish and Dennis Smiley, Chris But
Welch. Second row: Coaches Kesley Colbert and David Bearden,
John Wilkes, Mike Pittman, Mike Quhin, Tan .


Sharks T

; ast year, Port St. Joe's Sharks fielded one.
of its youngest teams in recent years and
chalkedupa 37record lst year with practically
Sthe same group of boys. They look forward to a'
Much better showing this year with a veteran
team taking the field.
Head Coach Shaw Maddox, -in his second
year as head coach, has 21' team members
returning from last year. The team will feature
nineibf last years starters on defense ndleight
on ftthe offensive line-up. *, Ae4 r ; A.
Like any team, the Sharks will have
' attributes and it will have weaknesses.
Ia; ddox said the best attributes for the n ew


ravel to'
edition of the Sharks is good team speed, goqd
talent in skill positions and stroftger. physically. A
'In all, Maddox, and his coaching staff are
optimistic about the possibilities for the coming
season.
Weaknessesof the team seem to be about the
same aslast year. "We're still 'a young team,
Maddox said. "We had 19 sophomores on the .th
squad lasV year, which is.a lot bf_ young boys on
'*fthe size team we usually field at Port St. Joe."
--The jamboree last Friday night, even4ihugh-^
itwas;played -in driving rainstorm, revealed
-sode areas the Sharks need to improve on.
,:Maddox said he is concerned about the offensive
line and the tendency to fumble their ball. "We
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Meet Vernon Foe


'have to work on that", Maddox said. Last year,
the Sharks fumbled six times in the final game
with Florida High. .
On defense, Maddox said the team has good
speed, good enthusiasm and likes to hit.*
The probable starting line-up this Friday
night in Vernon ihll likely be: Chris Butts at
quarterback;. Josh Jenkins, running 6ack;
Curtis Ray, fullback; Mike Pittman, slotback;
Tony Gathers,'wide-out,;reri'y WWullardAiht
'end; Keith .Jones, Stiong 'tackle; .Richardl
Ramsey, strong guard; Jimmy Walding, center;
Seth Howell or Jim Norton, guard; Lee McMillan
or David Anderson, tac~de; Tan Smiley and Seth


Howell as defensive, ends; Adrian Lew
Stan Peters; defensive guards; Eric. P
Terry Woullard and Chris Ray, inside '
kers; Sidney Harris and Michael Quinn,
linebackers; Josh Jenkins, corner back;
Taylor, David Bearden and Chris'
defensive backs and Michael Pittman at
S;The Sharks play only four home gam
4Year, startig with vana on Septemb
The schedule will feature somqnerif
from the ordinary scheduling in the past..
and Rickards are Shark foes 'this year
Marianna and Bonifay are no longer
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to right: Todd Sterzoy, Chris Dean, Terry Brook Wooten, Cecil Melvin. Second row: Bobby Clifford Wiley, Robbie Knowles, Mark Pridgeon. Adkison, Ed Baxley, David McDaniel, Shannon


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Gators On the Road


Wewahitchka's "Gators" are starting out
with what could only be termed as a new season
this-year, after a moderately successful year last
year. The Gators, perennial powers in their class
in the Panhandle, will be a question mark for
Coach Bob Owens and his staff this year.
"We have only one senior on the squad this
year, so that attests to the fact that we won't
have much depth in experience", Owens said.
Shannon Ward is the only Senior player on-the
squad, which means the Gators are going with
inexperience as well as youth this year.
In the experience line, Owens said he has
nine players returning with game experience,
but in pointing out there is only one senior on the


roster also points to the fact that those with game
experience can't have much experience.
The returning veterans include Ed Baxley,
David McDaniel, Shannon Ward, Jerry Rhames,
Bobby Shipman, Danny McCorvey, Clifford
Wiley, Robbie Knowles and Mark Pridgeon.
In spite of these who will be returning with
game experience, the team will be starting its
first game of the season Friday night, against
..palachicola, with seven players on the.
offensive line-up with no previous game
experience.
Starting for the Gators Friday night in
Apalachicola will be Gary Adkison at tight end,
Ed Baxley at halfback, Shannon Ward and


to Apalachicola


William Norris at guard, Mike Harrison at
tackle, Terry Harrelson, at fullback, Perry
McDonald at the other tight end, Robin Thomas
in the middle of the line at center, Robbie'
Knowles at the other halfback position and Brook
Wooten calling the signals.
Owens has 23 men on his squad this year,
although two were not present when the picture
was made, due to illness and injuries.
"We may be inexperienced and young, but
this is one of the workingest bunches I have ever
had", Owens said. "They have all been here for
practice and worked hard at getting reidy for
the season. It has been a pleasure to prepare this
year's team for whatever follows during the


year. They have been a pleasure to coach", he:
said.
The Gators will play a 10-game schedule this
year which could be tough from top to bottom.
Starting off with Apalachicola Friday night, the:,
schedule progresses past an October 7 open date '
on up to Port St. Joe for the grand finale on:
November 18. In between, the Gators get such ;
regular powers as Greensboro, Sileads, FAMUt
and Blountstown. Other teams on their schedule
-Chattahoochee, Bristol, Carrabelle and Cot-
tondale--can't be counted on to play dead for the ,'
Gators, either.


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Shark
: ':1983 Schedule; ( *
Sept. 9 Vernon.. ... A
Sept. 16 Open Date
: Sept. 23 Gdhipley ... ... A
Sept. 30 Havana ... ..... HH
'Oct. 7 Apalachicola ... A
Oc Ict. 14 Blountstown .... H
Oct. 21 Defuniak Springs A
Oct.,228 tli gh .......:A
N6V t ... H
Nov. 11,~akuliaA.... .... A
Nov. 1S Wewahitchka... H'


Gator
1983 Schedule
Sept. 9 Apalachicola .... A
Sept: 16 Carrabellfe ...... A
Sept. 23 Greensboro ..... H
Sept. 30 Sneads......... H
Oct. 7 Open Date
Oct. 14 FAMU High ..... H
Oct. 21 Chattahoochee.. A
Oct. 28 Blountstown .... H
Nov. 4 Bristol .......... A
-Nov. 11 Cottortdale ..... H
Nov. 18 .Port St. Joe .... A
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1983


Miss Vicki Dianne Land Exchanges


Vows with Alston Martin Noah


A candlelight setting en-
'hanced the double ring cere-
:mony uniting Vicki Dianne
Land and Alston Martin
Noah in the First United
:.Methodist Church of Port St.
"':Joe on August 20 at 6:30 p.m.
.Dr. John M. Stuart was the
officiating minister for the
Marriage vows.
The bride is the daughter of
"1rts. Marvin., Jarrell Land
and the late Marvin Jarrell
-Ld of Port St. Joe. The
Ibridegroom's parents are Pr.
Iand Mrs. Garrell Cela Noah,
J r. of Selma, Alabama.
: Organist, Mrs., George W.
-Duren, presented a program
Sf nuptial music including
L: argo," "He Shall Feed His
:Flock," "Panis Angelicus,"
'Jesu, Joy of Man's De-.
aring," and. "0 Perfect
o,- e." She accompanied
Mrs. James E. Harrison as
iShe sang. the couple's chosen,'
'selections, "Because,", and
.'"The Lord's Prayer."
'Z" Escorted to the altar by her
'brother-in-law, Wilson
'Smith, and given in marriage
I'y her mother, the bride was
radiant in. a formal gown
hioned in white silk organ-
za featuring a portrait neck-
line, a yoke of sheer French
netting and empire bodice
coveredd with motifs of re-
.n embroideredd Alencon lace,.
Slhnd-sewn seed pearls and
equins. Alencon lace and
S '%hiffli embroidery accented
&fe full bishop sleeves. The
.~ont skirt featured pyramids
Alencon lace, seed pearls
,nd sequins rising from a
S pline of schiffli embroi-
which continued around
e scalloped cathedral train.
'Rows of schiffli embroidery
flowed from the dropped
baistline in the back and
S continued the full length of
S. rhe train. Her headpiece was
simple fingertip veil of
ifiusion attached to a Juliet
cap. She carried a flowing
cascade of white silk phalae-
liopsis orchids, stephanotis
and lily of the valley.
Attending the bride as her


maid of honor was Miss Gina
Camille Gulledge of Tusca-
loosa, Alabama. Brides-
maids were Mrs. Andrew
Burch, Mobile, Alabama;
Mrs. Kim Davis, McGehee,.
Arkansas; Mrs. Mike Elia,
New Haven, Connecticut;
Miss Zoie Suzanne Graham,
Pascagoula, Mississippi;
Miss Nancy Knox, Houston,
Texas; and Miss Tracy
Smith, niece of the bride


from Miami.
The attendants were identi-
cally attired in turquoise
matte taffeta dresses featur-
ing low bateau necklines and
wide, crushed cummerbunds
above fully gathered floor-
length skirts. Double bows
created poufed dropped
shoulders which circled the
tops of the arms. They
carried silk cascades of
mixed flowers in summer


roses of white cotton organdy
featuring ribbon streamers
of tiny rosebuds. The pew
markers were made especi-
ally for the bride by Mrs. I. C.
Nedley.
Miss Christi McDaniel and
Miss Patricia Nedley pre-
sented programs at the door
of the sanctuary as the guests
arrived for the wedding.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was held at St.


Gene Raffield Will

Address A.A.R.P.


All members of St. Joseph
Bay Chapter of American
Association of Retired Per-
sons, and everyone past the
age of fifty, are invited to
begin the 1983-84 season next
Monday, September 12. The
group will meet at 12:30P.M.
EDT at St. Joseph Fellow-
ship Hall in Port St. Joe for a
covered dish dinner. The
hostesses Kitty Lopez, Louise
Schweikert, Jane Kleeb, Gil-
lie McNair, Rena Huie and
Zelda Brown will be there to
welcome you.
President Ray Lopez will
talk about his fun filled and
exciting, plans for this fall.
Ruth Ramsey, program
chairman for this get toge-


Mr. and Mrs. Mark Anthony Mork


atricia Rai ford,


Mark Mork Marry
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Mrs. Alston Martin Noah


colors laced with stardust Joseph Bay Country Club.
gypsophilia. Assisting in serving and-
." j *,C *1,. -- ." Serving as flower girl was attending guests were Mrs.
Ilce f l e B ldl H :: Misg Hope Henry of Selnia, Phillip Davis, .Mrs".David
S:: Alabama. She wore a floor- Ambrose, Miss D1bbie Fow-
W length 'white batiste dress ler, Mrs. Danny Tankersley;
Sfeaturig harid-sewn French Mrs. Marshall Nelson,: Mrs.
IT :lace with embroidery inserts Jeff Powell, Miss Kristy
SJ:- accented with flowers. of Jarrell, Mrs. Pete Knowles,
4 :satin ribbon flowing from the Miss Brenda Bennett, Miss,
shoulders. Laura Musselman, Miss Lin-
The mother of the bride da Houston, Miss. Debbie
Call 2 7 -1111 wore a chiffon and taffeta Adams, Miss ConnieMit-
IAI[ MM ~I ImI' int green floor-length gown chell, Miss Tamara Gleason,
S./4 : featuring a chiffon jacket. Mrs.Phillip.Lewis, Mrs.J.A.
................... .............................. ... The mother of the ,groom Cox, Mrs. Ernest Lower-y,
.2%chose a cranberry floor- Mrs. Joe Fortner, Mrs. Al
length gown .of chiffon over Smith;
SI affeta featuring a round Mrs'. Kermit Crew of Tus-
1 lV J neckline and softly gathered caloosa, Alabama presided
o. skirt. They wore corsages of over the bride's book.
4 '. phalaenopsis orchids. ice bags were offered' to
S. Serving as best man was ". the guests by Miss Kendra
Dr. Garrell Cela Noah, Jr., McDaniel and Miss Allison
S' father of the groom. Grooms- Lowrey.
I' A : V D men-ushers were Garrell -
SI l I CelauNoah, m and Lee Asher A rehearsal dinner Was
. Noah, brothers of the groom, held August 19 at. Tyndall
O Jefferson Melford Ellis, Lane AFB Officers Club hosted by
Brackin, John David McKen- the groom's parents.
zie, and Stuart McKinley. A bridal shower was held
Cox, all of Selma, Alabama. April 26 in the home of Miss
Peter Q. Imber, M.D. The.church sanctuary was Gina Gulledge. Hostesses
(9042: '.29- decorated with a central arch were sorority sisters of the
(:90 4) "29-650 of cathedral candles flanked bride.
102 20th Street, Port St. J.oe, Florida 32456 on either side by smaller A dinner party was held
candelabra. The burning ta- May 28 in Selma, Alabama.
S .: u pers formed a background 'Hosting the event were Debe
Office, Hours for the prayer altar which and Ted Henry, Rosemary
Mon..Tue.: 8:30 a.m.,. 4:30 p.m. was centered with a basket of and Art Gleason, Sandy and
Wed.: 8:30 a.m. 12 Noon mixed summer flowers. A Dick Stewart, Betty and

Sat.: 9:00 amin. 11:30 a.m. .view in the vestibule. Pew A luncheon was held on
S' markers were hand-rolled .June 11 at the Cheese Barn in


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Panama City. Hostesses for
the occasion were Mrs. Ed
McCain, Mrs. Bill Altstaet-
ter, Mrs. Tom Knox and Mrs.
James Harrison.
A dinner party was held on
June 11 at the Gulf Sands
Restaurant. Hostesses were
Mrs. Henry Campbell, Mrs.
Ronald Childers, and Mrs.
John Robert Smith.
A coffee was held on June
18 at the home of Mrs. Tom
Ford. Other hostesses were
Mrs. Philip Lewis, Mrs. J.iA.
Cox, Mrs. Joe Fortner, Mrs.
Everett Owens, Mrs. Ernest
Lowery, Mrs. J. H. Chason,
'Mrs. Folsom Maxwell, Mrs.
Jim Boykin, Mrs. Quin Low-
ery, Mrs. Bob Phillips, Mrs.
Margaret Moore, Mrs. Guer-
ry Melton, Mrs. Charles


Patricia Ann Raiford and
Mark Anthony Mork were,
united in marriage on August
12 at the First Pentecostal
Holiness Church in Port St.
Joe. Pastor Ernet Barr
performed the candlelight,
double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr., and Mrs. Henry B.
Raiford, and the groom is the,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas-
;R. Mork, all of Port St. Joe:
Nuptial music was per-
formed by Melinda McArdle,
organist, and Marin Harrison,
soloist.
The bride, given in,,marri-
age. by her parents, was
escorted to the altar byher
father. Her gownlfeatured a'
'sweetheart neckline of appli-"
qued lace, seeded pearls over,
white satin, .an empire waist
that dipped into a bow at the
back and fell into modified
chapel length scalloped train
of lace and seed pearls. Her
veil was:, a Juliet cap of
appliqued lace, and seeded
pearls. She carried a bouquet
of yellow roses and ribbons in
a cascade effect.
Miss Cindy Dunlap was:
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Ruthie Plair, cousin of
the bride, Peggy Plair, cou-
sin of -the' bride, Gaynell
Stephens, Lynn Stephens,
Lori McClain, and Mari
Harrison.,
Best man was Gerald
Shearer. Usher-groomsmen
were Steve Mork, brother of
the groom, Wayne Mork,
brother of the groom, Keith
Mork, brother of the groom,
Terry Brock, and Mark Wes-
ter. -
Flower girls were Amanda
Lou Ammons, and Teresa
Smith,. and Mrs. N. C.
!Schweikert.
A champagne party was
held on June 18 at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCain.
A brunch was' held' fi
Selma, Alabama oh June 25
hosted by- Monty. aid Bob
Anderson, Shirley 'and Pat
Haley, Polly and Buddy
Manderson, Harriet and
Freeman Suttie, and Nancy
andBilly Hinson..
A luncheon was held July 9
'at the home of,Mrs. Greig
Turner in Port St. Joe. Other'
hostesses were Mrs. Charles
Norton, Mrs. Ashley Costin
and Mrs. G. M. Anchors.'
A picnic supper was held
on July 15 at the Selma
Country ,Club. Hosting the
event were Betty and Hugh
Bostick, Eleanor and Charles
Cobb, Rosemary and Art
Gledson, Joy and Marvin
Hester, Dr. Owen Kenan,
Edna and Bob Ledyard, Clay
and Charlie Morris, Marion
and Bruce Peak, Anne and
Joe Pilcher, Carol and Sam
Sommers, Pearle and Julius
Talton.
A bridal tea was held on
July 16 at the home of Mrs.
John Blakely Scales, Sr.,
Selma, Alabama.
A bridal shower was held
(Continued on Page 5)


Ann Ammons, cousins of the
groom. Ring bearer was Roy
Paul Ammons, cousin of the
groom.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was given by the
bride'sparents at the Church
Fellowship Hall. Assisting at
the reception were: Ann
,:.-Ward,' punch;. Katrina Wes-
ter, punch; Cindy Sullivan,_
groom's cake; Margie Nel-
son, bride's cake; Janine-'
Pierce, bride's cake; Sherrie
Huggins, bride's book. The
wedding was directed by
Betty Barr and Rita Todd.
The reception was directed
by Maxine Money, and Chris-
tine Dunlap.
SThe couple will reside in
Panama City. The groom is
employed at Domestic Clean-
ers, Inc., and the bride is
employed' at Naval Coastal
Systems Center.
A rehearsal dinnerr was
held August 11 at St. Joe
Beach Social Hall, hosted by
the groom's parents.
A rice, bag party was
hosted by Lori McClain~ on
July 28 at the McClain hoine.
'A bridesmaids' party was
hosted by Katrina Wester on
August 6 at her home.


their, will introduce Mr. Gene
Raffield, who will explain the
importance of St. Joe's huge
fishing industry. You will
learn the hows and where of
commercial fishing, and the
many surprising aspects and
very hard work that goes into
securing those tasty ocean
treats. St. Joseph Bay Chap-
ter of A.A.R.P. is honored to
have Mr. Raffield address
their opening meeting.




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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT' 8, 1983


and Mrs. Elizabeth Pinckney
of Midway, Georgia have
announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Rezella Bar-
rett Sims, to Enoch Stevens,
Jr., son of Mrs. Eloise
Stevens and the late Enoch
Stevens, Sr., of Midway,
Georgia.
The bride elect graduated
from Washington High
School in Port St. Joe. She is
presently employed with the
Social Security Administra-
tion. Panama City.. Her fian-


County High School of Mid-
way, Ga. He is presently
employed at Interstate Pa-
per Company, Riceboro, Ga.
The wedding is planned for
September 10, at 6:30 P.M. at
1507 Indiana Ave., Lynn
Haven. A reception will
follow at the New Hope
Baptist Church Fellowship
Hall, 1401 Iowa AVe., Lynn
Haven.
All friends and.. relatives
are invited to attend both
events.


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A bridal shower honored
Miss Ginger Burge, Thurs-
day, August 25, in the home
of Mrs. F. G. Davis, hostess.
Other hostesses were Mrs.
Pam Freeman, Judy Griffin,
Gail Hinote, Peggy McFar-
land, Brenda Moore, Jerry
Moore, Jo Sealey, Frances
Shores, Kathy Simmons, and
Misses Diana Sealey, Joni
Shores.
Mrs. H. L. Burge and Mrs.
T. S. Singletary, mother and


grandmother of the bride-
elect were honored also, and
given flowers along with the
honoree.
Miss Burge will wed Mark
Manley of Anaheim, Ca. on
September 17 at 6 P.M. in the
First United Methodist
Church of Port St. Joe.
Shown in the picture is the
honoree in a peach striped
chiffon dress as' she is
receiving one of her many
gifts.


Land Wedding
(Continued from Page 4)
on July 23 in Tuscaloosa, Aubrey Ellis and Mr. anid
Alabama hosted by co-work- Mrs. Richard McKenzie.
ers of the bride. A bridal luncheon was held
A patio party was held on on August 19 at the St. Joseph
August 6 at the home of Dr. Bay Country Club. Hostess
and Mrs. Clyde Cox, Selma, for the occasion was Mrs;
Alabama. Co-hosting the Charlie Sivell of Greenwood,
event were Mr. and Mrs. 'Sduth'Carblina'aiunt of the
'biLde. *.
EXCELLENT A brunch was held at the
SCOPIES Fish House Restaurant on
O IE August 20. Hosting the event
Available At were Dr. and Mrs. P. C.
DeBardeleben, Mr. and Mrs.
The Star Schuster Siegel, and Dr. and
306 Williams Ave. Mrs. Louis McMilion.


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Melinda McArdle Kenneth Arnold


Engaged

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McArdle are proud to announce the
engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter,
Melinda Rena, to Neil Kenneth Arnold, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Neil K. Arnold, Sr.
The bride-elect is a 1982 graduate of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School. She is presently attending Gulf Coast Communi-
ty College and employed part-time with W. E. Walker Stores,
Inc..
The groom-elect is a 1974 graduate of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School and a 1983 graduate of Gulf Coast Community:
College. He is presently employed with St. Joe Container
Division.
A November wedding is planned.


Learn How to


Square Dance


Are you looking for some-
thing fun, wholesome and
good exercise to.doyin your
leisure hours? If so, attend
an open house being held by
the St. Joe Sunshiners, to in-:


produce you to the basics of
square dancing.
There is no experience re-
,quired, just an interest in
learning how to square
dance. The open house
enables you to observe
, square dancing and see if it
is for you.
The Sunshiners Club is
coftiposed of people from the
Port St. Joe area who square
dance' weekly at the Stac
House. The open house will
be held on Thursday even-
ing, Sept. 8, at 8:00 p.m. at
the Stac House, located on
8th St., in Port St. Joe.
Square dancing is a
recreation which is practic-
ed all over the United States,
and the world, and once you
learn how, you can dance the
same calls anywhere in the
world.
The local club invites you
to attend their open house on
Thursday at 8:00 p.m. to see
square dancing first hand.


Mrs. Ralph watts, Re-
gent, St. Joseph Bay Chapter
Daughters of the American
Revolution, called a work-
shop meeting for chapter
officers and committee
chairmen Tuesday after-
noon, August 30 at the Gulf
County Library.
Mrs. Swatts remembered
Kate Meigs Alsobrook (Mrs.
Thomas) and Marian Daniel
Nott (Mrs. F. B.) of Apala-
chicola, chapter members
who died this summer, with
special eulogy. DAR bronze
grave markers have been
given to their families for
them.
"Duty, Honor, Country" is
the three year theme of the
newly installed NSDAR Pre-
sident General, Mrs. Walter
Hughey King. Mrs. W. B.
Dye, local Vice-regent and
Program chairman, sum-
marized plans for the year's
chapter programs. Their em-
phasis will be on "Duty".
Mrs. Paul Kunel, Treasur-
er, reviewed the year's bud-
get to be presented to chapter
members for approval.
Announcing that Mayor
Frank Pate had signed a
proclamation to honor the
200th Anniversary of the
Signing of the Treaty of
Paris, September. 3, 1783,
Mrs. Swatts stressed the
importance of this event
which brought a successful


conclusion to the Revolu-
tionary War for the new


Burkett Strayer

Engaged


Mr. and Mrs.iDonald Bur-
kett of Port St. Joe are proud
to announce the engagement
of their daughter, Patricia
Ann Burkett, to Jackie Dean
Strayer, Jr. (John), son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Strayer of
Mexico Beach.
The wedding plans will be
announced at a later date.


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A covered dish luncheon
will be a feature of the first
Sea Oats and Dunes Garden
Club's meeting of the 1983-84
program.
The members and guests
will meet at the Mexico
Beach Chamber of Com-
merce building on Tuesday,
September 13, at 11:00 Cen-
tral time (12:00 Eastern
time).
.Program director, Ruth
Nance, will be in charge of
the program which should
prove to be very interesting
to all.

Baton Classes
for Children
Gulf County Community
Services is sponsoring baton
classes for children, ages
five and up. The classes will
be held each Monday at the
Centennial Building, beginn-
ing Sept. 12.
Enrollment for the classes
will be limited. Class times
are as follows: Beginner,
3:30 4:15; Advanced Begin-
ner, 3:30 4:15; and inter-
mediate, 4:15 5:00. There
will be a $12.00 lesson fee
assessed per month.


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United States of America.
September also marks the
anniversary of the United
States Constitution which
during the week of Septem-
ber 17-23 celebrates its 193rd
year. Mrs. Herman Dean,
Constitution Week Chair-
man, will have special dis-
plays and events for this
milestone in our history.
Mrs. William S. Quarles,
Jr., Registrar, announced
that Mrs. James Terry
Heathcock of Mexico Beach,
and Mrs. Carver Byrd of
Apalachicola are new chap-
ter members. Several pros-
pective members are work-
ing on paper.for membership
approval by the National
Society Registrar General.
Mrs. Thomas A. Owens,
Chairman, DAR Service for
Veterans,' reminds all mem-
. bers to be considering gifts,
books, games, etc., for veter-
ans to bring to the opening
meeting in October. Mrs.
Owens will hand deliver
these to the veterans hospital
in Gainesville, as is her
custom, on one of her football
trips.
Others attending the meet-
ing were Mrs. Ashley Costin,
American History Month.
Chairman, who will present
winners of the History Essay
Contest at the History Month
program in February; Mrs.
Charles Norton, ,Chairman
,DAR Good Citizens whose
winners from area high
Guidance Board of
Directors Will Meet
The Board of Directors of
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. will hold its
regularly scheduled meeting
on Tuesday, September 13 at
7:30 P.M. (EDT). The meet-
ing will be held in the Clinic
Conference Room at 311
Williams Avenue in Port St.
Joe.


schools will be honored and
present the April program;
Mrs. Charles Brown, Histori-
an; Mrs. Stiles Brown, Ener-
gy and Conservation: Mrs.


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Year

Roy Smith, Junior Member-
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Recording Secretary; and
Mrs. Paul Fensom, Public
Relations.


Says


S"Go Sharks" i
and 4
Invites Everyone to Show
Their Support by Attending the


I "BIG" 4

SCity'Wide


SPEP RALLY
Thursday, Sept. 8 7:30 P.M.
City Park
Preview of "Shark" Band
Preview of "Shark" Cheerleaders 4
Introduction of players & coaches


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Rezella Sims and Enoch

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Bill Franklin, manager of Danley Furniture in Port St. Joe, is shown present-
ing Mildred Owens with a $300 Gift Certificate which she won in a recent Labor
Day sales promotion.

PRIZE WINNERS
Mildred Owens $300 Prize Winner
$25 Prize Winners: Matthew Manley, Mary
Kirkland, Cassandra Russ, Al Smith,
Rex Strickland, Robert J. Baker, Betsy
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1983


On Saturday, August21 the Fifth place Bars, Seventh
Port St. Joe Gymnastic place Beam, and Seventh
Squad traveled to Valpariso place vaulting; Marla Perry,
to compete in a United States Sixth Place All Around, Sixth
Gymnastics Foundation' Place Bars, Fifth Place
practice meet with Panama Beam; Pam Boweri, Seventh
City and Valpariso teams. i Pladce All Around, and Seven-
Taking honors were: Holly th. Place Bars.
S Lyons, fifth place All Around, Special recognition went to



Local "Beauties


`Go to Wewa for

N" BY JERRY REAM bringing the new, improved
_-.' Public opinion has spoken! version to :Wewahitchka -on
S The show goes on the road in. Saturday, October 8th, at
S. weeks. If you missed the 7:00 p.m. CDT. The location
Womanless Beauty Contest of this hilarious family enter-
:in August, you may have tainment will be the Com-
imissed the funniest live show mons Area of the Wewa High
in Gulf County's history. But School, and this time we're
... you get one more chance. providing refreshments. The
.The phones have not stopped tickets are again priced at"
": ringing, the mail is still $2.50, but we will also offer a
r coming in, and the talk of the $1.00 ticket for, children ;12
county has been the "boys of and under. And this is
.summer", our Womanless entertainment worth 10 times
Beauty Contest contestants. the cost. Don't forget, the
They were a riot! So we're price of the tickets and the
sponsor fees are all tax
S' deductible contributions to a
u "'l c No-ticeS inon-profit organization. The
Public Noti ces Gulf County Senior Citizens
S NOTIC-S NOTICE t, h
be NOTICE I HEREBY GIVEN that e .. '
:' below tlIled Ordinance was Introduced .I -"u1 1 A l I1
and reaa for the tirst lime in lull at the .DLonU H
regular City Commission Meeting
.Seplemoer6,1983 I-.K? T ,-u ,
SThe City Commission of the City of JUJ. J.TJlIe k
Port St. Joe, Florida, at its regular
t:neeting on September 20, 1983, at BO '
.M.. E D.T. In ine Municipal Building. Port St. Joe Elementary
'So S. Joe. Florida. will consider or School is in the process of up-
S lnal adoption the Ordinance with the odain ire process o u
o lowingg Intle dating their human resource
SORDINANCE NO. 139 file. If you have a talent, a
S AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO hobby or have travelled out-
RATES. CHARGES AND RULES FOR bby or have ravelled ou
WATER AND SEWER CONNEC side the United States,
TIONS AND SERVICE OF THE CITY' please consider becoming a
-OF PORT ST. IOE; PROVIDING THE art of the human resource
TERMS OF PAYMENT AND P of the human resource
'i PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION file.
THEREOF: RELATING TO CASH Children eagerly learnfi
DEPOSITS REQUIRED FOR WATER :, ,
AND SEWER SERVICES TO THE CI-
TY SYSTEM; PROVIDING FOR PEN Month Long Viitl
ALTIES FOR RECONNECTING
WITHOUT PERMISSION, REPEAL- Mrs. Lucille McKnight re-
ING ALL ORDINANCES OR PARTS
OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT cently returned from a
HEREWITH IAND PROVIDING FOR month long visit with her son
SAN EFFECTIVE DATE andhis family, Robert W
All citizens are invited to attend and 'and his family, Robert W.
:be heard A copy ol this proposed Or. McKnight. Bob is a resident
finance is on tile with the City Auditor of Burlington, North Caroli-
.and Clerk at City Hall. Port St Joe.
:Florida. a ,
ITY.COMMISSiON OF THE ,. 'ARD OF THANKS '
*CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ,
eFLORIDA. ; Words cannot express how
.By IsI FranK Pate., deeply we appreciate the
Attest: IsAldenF.s, love and kindness shown to
:City Auditor/Clerk us by our family and friends
21918 during the passing of our.T
-. -. mother and grandmother,
NOTICE ,' Mrs. 0. V. Scully. We loved
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the her very much, and she will
below titled Ordinance was introduced be greatly missed.Thank you
pand read lor the first time in lull at the. greatly missd. Thank you
regular City Commission Meeting SO much for your prayers, the .
September 6. 1983. food and beautiful flowers.
The City Commission of the City of hi G 1
.Port St. Joe, Florida at-its regular May God bless you all.
S meeting on September 20, 1983, at 8:00 Dennis Scully
1.M., E.D.T, In the Municipal Building, and Family -
Port St. Joe, Florida, will consider for
4inal adoption the Ordinance with the
iollowlng title:
S. ORDINANCE NO. 140
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC-
TION 10 OF ORDINANCE NO: 96 EN-
TITLED: "AN ORDINANCE MAKING
IT UNLAWFUL FOR THE OWNER OR
OCCUPANT OF ANY PREMISES TO
SALLOW GARBAGE, YARD TRASH,
FILTH,, OR OTHER TYPES OF RE-
FUSE TO ACCUMULATE ON HIS
PiREMISES; PROVIDING FOR THE
COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL OF
,GARBAGE WITHIN THE CORPOR-
ATE LIMITS OF PORT ST. JOE; PRO-
HIBITING REMOVAL BY PERSONS
OTHER THAN EMPLOYEES OF THE FOr Sale by Owner
CITY, OR PERSONS OR FIRMS PRO- Prt S
:. PERLY AUTHORIZED BY THE CITY
COMMISSION, REQUIRING GAR- Call 904/968-5
BAGE CANS; PROVIDING FOR FEES
FOR COLLECTION; PROVIDING A
S RENTAL RATE FOR COMMERCIAL
TYPE GARBAGE CONTAINERS AS
PROVIDED BY THE CITY' PROVID-
ING PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLA PRESSURE
TION THEREOF; AND REPEALING
C ANY ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
HEREWITH." AND PROVIDING FOR 1x66' Fence Board
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
All citizens are Invited to attend and 2x6x1 0' Deck Plank
S be heard. A copy of this proposed Or-
dinance Is on file with the City Auditor 61/2' 3" Fence Posts
: 'nd Clerk at City Hall, Port St. Joe,
SFlorida. CA
; ITY'COMMISSION OF THE
S iTY OF PORT ST. JOE, POST & LUMBER
I: LORIDA, POST& LUMBER I
By: /sFrank Pate,
Mayor-Commaisioner for Penta or Wolmini
Attest: Ise Alden Farrls, Quincy, FL 9041627-
i lty.2Audltorirt 918Clerk
: .L 2t 9/8 ,


Anita Davis, the
youngest competitor
Marcie Barbee, St;
newest team member
St. Joe Tumblers
coached by, Jennifer
drix, and meet twice
at the Centennial Builk
- train for upcoming ev



"Will

SShow

Association hosts this
velous evening of fun,a
proceeds stay in Gulf (
to improve the quality
for our seniors.
Can ,.John "The I
Linton defend his-her:
Will Mel's balloons st
the night? Will Wei
roses come back to lit
will one of the new. c
tants come to glory an
the prize?
We've got new acts!
new contestants! An
proved chorus line nu
And a few surprises!
miss the hottest show
Panhandle.. .Saturday,
ber 8th. .
| .^*y

teresting

Share It!

when exposed to people
are experts in.doing
that they are learning.
experiences can be of
value to the students.,
are willing to share yo
perience, write Port S
Elementary school or
Gerald Lewter at 227-1
227-1231.


Minister

Associati
Srr u. y -


The Port St. Joe Minister-
ial Association will hold their
first meeting of the fall 83-84
season on Monday, Sept. 12,
at 9:00 a.m. at the Lo-Ran
Sound Auditorium, located
at 115 Hunter St., Oak Grove.
A breakfast will start off the
event. of .". c
New officers for"'the up--
coming year will be elected.
All area ministers are urged .
to attend, and to call Tal-
madge Kennedy, at 227-1325
or 229-6512 and advise him of
your plans to attend.


- 1110 Palm Blvd.
St. Joe
164, Pensacola tfc 8m1



TREATED
s . .. $1.09
s .... $3.94
S. . *2.15
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PRESERVING CO.
azed Treated Wood
2526 or 62748075
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1983-84 Hunting Calendar



Released by Game Commission


',> B. ".. ., .

ST. JOE GYMNASTS: From left, Marcle Barbee, Holly Lyons, Maria Perry, Pan
; Bowen, Anita Davis and Instructor, Jennifer Hendrix.



Three Local Gymniast,


Place In U.S. Practice


Florida's 1983-84 Hunting
Season Calendar is as fol-
lows:
September 1- Rail (clap-
i per, king, Virginia, and sora)
and Florida (common) galli-
i nule season opens.
September. 17- Archery
season opens statewide exc-
cept Northwest Region.
Areas closed to archery
hunting include Broward
County; that portion of Dade
County east of Levee 28 and
south of U.S. Highway 41;
mela that portion of Palm Beach
County south of State Road
80; and that portion of
Hendry County east of Levee
1 and Levee 2.
September 24- Special ex-
perimental duck season
opens.
September 28- Special ex-
perimental duck season
closes;
meet's October 1- First phase of
and mourning dove and white-
Joe's winged 4ove season opens
(noon until sunset).
s are October 15- Archery sea-.
sHen- son opens in Northwest Re-
weekly- glon. :
ding to October 16- Archery sea-:
Sents. son closes statewide, except
Northwest Region.
October' 21-- Muzzleload-
ing gun' season opens state-'
wide, except Northwest Re-.
glon.
October 23-- Muzzleload-
S ing gun season closes state-
W. ide, except Northwest Re-
gion.
October 30- First phase of,
mar- mourning dove and white-
ne au waiged dove season closes.
County November 5- First phase
of life crow'season opens; snipe
Body season opens.
Boe November 9- Rail- and
u' .ie gallinule season closes.
lrvive November 12- White-
dell's tailed deer season opens
fe? Or statewide except Northwest
.ontes- Region and except the Flori-
d take da Keys of Monroe County;
Sem season opens for gobblers or
Some bearded turkeys in Alachua
n im- County, and turkeys of either
mter' sex in remainder of the state;
Don't bear season opens in Baker
in the and Columbia counties; bob-
Octo- white quail season opens
S- statewide; gray squirrel sea-
son opens' statewide,; fox
squirrel season opens, state-
wide, except in Lee, Hendry,
Palm Beach, Monroe, Col-
"-lier, Broward and, Dade
counties; wild hog season
opens, considered legal game
le who in Palm Beach County, those
things 'portions of Collier, Dade and
.Your .Monroe counties west of
great Levee 28, south of State Road
If you 84, north of Everglades' Na-
ur ex- tional Park, east to *State
it. Joe Road 29 and in some wildlife
r call management -areas. Second
221 or' phase of mourning dove and
white-winged dove season
opens (all-day shooting).
November 13- Archery
season closes in Northwest
aCl Region.
November 18-- Muzzle-
po loading gun season opens in
Northwest Region only. -
November 20- Muzzle-


loading gun season closes in
Northwest Region.
November 23- First phase
of statewide duck and coot
season opens. (In Leon Coun-
ty and Lake Miccosukee in
Jefferson County, waterfowl
hunting permitted only on
Wednesday, Saturdays, and
Sunday during the open
season; also in these areas on
Thursday and Friday, No-
vember 24 and 25).
November 24-. Deer sea-
son opens in Northwest Re-
gion.
November 26- Antlerless
deer day except on Types I
and II wildlife management
areas or in that portion of the
eastern Everglades south of,
the Tamiami Trail (U.S. 41)
lying east of Everglades
National Park.
November 27- Second
phase of mourning dove and
white-winged dove season
closes. ,
December 3- Woodcock
season opens. .
December 4- First phase
of duck and coot season
closes. '
December "10- Second
phase of duck and cobt.
season opens statewide. (In
Leon County and Lake Mic-
-cosukee in Jefferson County,
waterfowl hunting permitted
only on Wednesdays, Satur-
days and Sundays; 'and
Thursday and Friday, De-
cember 22 and 23, Thursday
arid Friday, December 29
and 30; and Monday, Janu-
Jary 16.) Third phase of
mourning dove and white-
winged dove season opens
(all-day shooting).
January 2- Third phase of
.mourning' dove : and white-
winged dove season closes.
January 8- White-tailed
deer season closes in Central,
South, Everglades and
Northeast regions; turkey
season closes; black bear
season closes in Baker and
Columbia counties; wild hog
season closes. First phase
crow season closes.
January 14- Second phase,
crow season opens for Satur-
days and:Sundays through
February 19.
S:' .ntrt Al- Seconnd nhase


U.ii.


of statewide duck and coot
season closes.:
January 17- Special scaup.
(bluebiil) season begins in all
open waters of Charlotte
Harbor from "the Florida
Power and Light line, four
miles east of U. S. Highway '
41 bridge on the Peace River,
and from the El Jobean
Bridge (State Road 776) on
the Myakka River to a line
I'running from Boca Grande
Pass east through Bokeelia
to .the mainland; all open
waters of Tampa Bay; all
open waters of Sarasota Bay
south to ..the Albee Road-
'Bridge; all openi water of
Lemon Bay;, all open waters
of Biscayne Bay-lying south
of the Biscayne National
Monument to and including
Barnes Sound; all open wa- "


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-CONTACT ,'

CAPE SAN BLAS REALTY
229-6916



"First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .......... 10:0C A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ...... 11:00 A.M.
Study in the Gospels. Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M.STUART, Pastor
SPhone 229.6857


Gal5:2223 HIGHLAND VIEW

y CHURCH OF GOD

N TEMPERANCE 1 "Where Jesus Christ Is King
. z r & God's Love Is An
Z Everflowing Fountain"

3 SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... 10:00A.M.
GOODNESS MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00 A.M.
N- EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 700 PM.
FAITH
Pastor .Ira J. Nichols


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Star Publishing


306 Williams Avenue Phone 227-


the counties are Taylor,
Madison, Hamilton, Suwa-
nee, Lafayette, Dixie, Levy,
Gilchrist, Columbia, Baker,
Union, Bradford, Alachua,
Clay, Duval and Nassau.
The Central Region coun-
ties are St. Johns, Putnam,-
Flagler, Marion, Citrus,
Sumter, Lake, Volusia, Semi-
nole, Orange, Osceola and
Brevard.
The Everglades "Region
counties include Indian Ri-
ver, Okeechobee, St. Lucie,
Martin, Palm Beach, Hen-
dry, Collier, Broward, Mon-
roe and Dade.
In the South Region,' the
counties are Hernando, Pas-


co, Pinellas, Hillsborough,
Polk, Manatee, Hardee,
Highlands, Sarasota, De
Soto, Charlotte, Glades, and
Lee.
Questions on hunting dates,
Commission regulations or
'rules can be answered by
regional offices throughout
the state. Their toll-free.
numbers are:
South Region, Lakeland,
1-800-282-8002; Everglades
Region, West Palm Beach,
.1-800-432-2046; Central Re-
gion, Ocala, 1-800-342-9620;
Northeast Region, Lake City,
1-800-342-8105; and Northwest
Region, Panama City,' 1-800-
342-1676.


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ters of Indian River south
.from State Road 516; and all
open waters of Estero Bay.
January 29- White-tailed
deer season closes in the
Northwest Region.
January 31- Special scaup
(bluebill) season closes.
February 4- Special muz-
zleloading gun and archery
season opens in ,the North-
west Region.
February 5--. Woodcock
season closes.
February 19- Second
phase crow season and snipe
season closes; special muz-
zleloading gun and archery
season 'in .the Northwest
Region closes.
March 4- Bobwhite quail,
gray squirrel and fox squir-
rel seasons close.
March 17-" Spring season
for bearded, turkeys or gob-
blers opens.
April 22- Spring season
closes for bearded turkeys or.
gobblers.
May 19- Third phase crow
season opens. Saturday and
Sunday only through Octo-.
ber 21.
Rabbits may .be taken
throughout the year, except
in management areas.
Sportsmen are reminded to
consult the Florida Hunting
Handbook for complete regu-
lations, permit and license
requirements. Also,, regula-
tions for state wildlife man-
agement areas may differ.,
Sportsmen should obtain the
state Wildlife Management
Area Summary and indivi-
dual management area regu-
Slations and maps for details.
The counties in the North-
west, region are Escambia,
Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Wal-
tn, Holmes, Washington,
Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, Gulf,
Franklin, Liberty, Gadsden,
Wakulla, Leon and Jefferson.
In the Northeast Region,


HAVE YOU NOTICED ALL THE
PEOPLE WHO ARE LOSING WEIGHT?


i Joi Our Next


WEIGHT, CONTROL




Starts Wednesday, Sept.14, 1983
Sessions Every Wednesday, 10-11:30 a.m.


CALL TODAY TO REGISTER
227-1145
GULF COUNTY GUIDANCE CLINIC; INC.
Master the skills of effective weight
loss & life-time weight management.


For Sales & Ren


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1983


Si2x65' remodeled mobile
home w acre land or can be
moved. 6 miles -southof
Wewa. Also 10x44' mobile
home set up in fishing & hun-
ting resort at Douglas Land-
ing. Must sell one of these
this week. These places must
be seen to appreciate. Come
to see at Mail Box 258C on
Hwy. 71, Wewa or call
639-2705 for information. .
For Sale by Owner:
Frame house, 3 bdrm., 1 ba.
with stove, refrig., dryer, 2
air cond. units, and curtains.
$25,000.00. Call 229-6044 after
*. 4p.m. 2tc9/1
For Sale by owner: 3
,bdrm., 1 ba. house on Ig. lot.
Loan may be assumed at
12%. Call2294922. tfc 9/8


Acreage for Sale: 5 acres
in White City, including pond
and site for house. $15,000.
Call 229-8922. tfc 9/8
Home and lot in Highland
View. Two bdrm., 1 bath.
Financng available for
qualified borrowers. Contact
Monica Lemieux, Big Ben
PCA, 653-8117 for further in-
formation. ltc 9/8
3 bedroom house, 2 ba.,
double car garage, indoor
laundry rm., breakfast nook,
liv. & dining rm. For sale by
owner, $59,500.00. Call
229-6913. Itp 9/6
For sale by owner: 2
bedroom house facing bay on.
Hwy. 98. Central h/a, 2'
Florida rooms, on 2"fenced
lots. Call 1/904-385-1625."
4tc 8/26
: Two bedroom home on cor-
ner lot in Oak Grove. Call
229-6898. 4tp8/18


75'x150' improved lot for Space heater for sale. Call
sale at Ward Ridge. Phone 229-8740 after 5:30 p.m.
648-5684. 2tc 9/1 ltp 9/1


Affordable Insurance
Including Health, Major
Medical and Life. For
quotes, call 648-5200.

Living room group, Early
American Herculon plaid
couch and chair; two solid
wood end tables, and solid
wood coffee table. Call
229-6343 after 6:00 p.m.
80 -watt Panasonic phono-
graph and speakers, 6 mon-
ths old. $250. Call 229-6252.
AKC registered Golden
Retriever puppies. Phone
229-8631 (after 5 p.m.) or
229-6422. tp
FREE to a good home:, 7
motherless puppies; 5
males, 2 females, part poo-
dle. Can be seen at 111 4th
Ave., Highland View. ltp 9/8
General Electric refriger-
ator, 13.6 cu. ft., total net
volume, 4 cabinet shelves,
twin vegetable bins, 0
freezer, holds up to 131 lbs.,
$200. Call 227-1480.
10'x56' Midway trailer,
good cond., also partially
furnished, at White City.
$2,800.00. Call 229-6695 or
229-6053.
32 ft. shrimp net and elec-
tric wench, if interested call
227-1218 Iltp
Shrimp nets': Two, 22'
2-seam balloon nets, excel.
cond., must sell, $250 for
both nets. One 35' bib net, ex-
cel. cond., must sell, $300.
Call 229-6082. tfc 9/1
Formal all wood dining
room set with hutch. Call
648-5217. 2tc9/1
1983 Honda ATC 200
3-wheeler with rack and
trailer to pull it on. $1,450.00.
Call 229-6739, ask for Greg.
3tp8/25


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
/ l9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. 6.' Bx 1332
2 .: ^--B MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410 S ,
S-R l EAL ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS REALTOR
485 648-57 Rentals* After Hours: 648-8977
648-5011 Sales o 648-5716 Rentalsr 648-8939
0 11800-874-5299 (out of State)
7 MEXICO BEACH ST. JOE BEACH WEWAHITCHKA
New house on Oak Ave., 3 bdrm., 2 Hwy. 98 & Piheda great gulf view 2 STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES: acre
ba. $62,500. bd. 1 bea. $78;000. tracts on the Creek; only $300.00.
Maryland Ave. 2bdrm., 1 be. trailer, Americus Ave, 3 bd., 2 ba: nice, down; beautiful land w oak trees and
$25,500. __45.000 rolling hills. ___
Maryland Ave.-2 bdrm., 1 .ba. trailer, Fla Ave. 3 bd. 2 a. on 3 lots, loestaurant wele established with
2 05t local clientele. Near coast hunt-
$22,000. -- w$52,900. I____ng, fishing area, good cash flow,
Carolina St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer, DeSoto St., 2 bd., 1 ba. $43,000. owner financing available, house n.
'. $24,000. eluded, $135,000.00.
S7th St., 3 bdrm. 2 be. doublewide, BEACON HILL 30 Acres near the City limits: Ideal for
$47,500. 2 Hwy. 98 & gulf front, A-frame, 3 bd. 2 development._
35th St., 2 bdrm., 1 be. beachalde ba. $150,000. ______
: house, $60,000. Hwy. 98 & beacon light, 2 bd., 2 ba. BEACHFRONT LOTS
: Azalea & Palm, 3 bdrm., 1 ba., $45,000 St. Joe Beach Atlantic St. end,
S$60,000. _____ 3rd St., 3 bd. 1 ba.-$38,000. $59,000.
386A, 2 bdrm., 1 ba. on big lot, Hwy. 98 & 8th St., Mexico Beach, 66'
sN$38,000. OVERSTREET gulf front $68,000; 60' gulf front
8th St., 3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick home. 4 $64,000.
.o ,$ Canal St., 2 bd. 1 be. on 1 acre, $0 _
$yrs. old, $68,500. 25,000. Mexico Beach;, 29th St., $83,000.
S Fortner Ave., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer,
$24,000. Pine St., 3 bd. 1 ba. brick home, TOWNHOUSES
-$,. -- $45,000. ___
6th St., 3 bdrm., 2 ba. house, reduced Gulf Aire Subd., 3 bd., 2 ba. duplex
to $49,000. __ PORT ST. JOE with study. Special features. $95,000.
2 2 New Listing: 2111 Juniper Ave. 3 Beachfront Gulf Aire Townhomes, 2
34th St., 4 bdrm., 2 ba. stilt house, bdrm., 2 be. Many extras, swimming bd. 2V/ be. starting at $86,500.
:: $104,000. pool. $71,500. 28th St., Blue Water, 2 bd. 1'/ bea.
39th St., 4 bdrm., 2%'/ ba. stilt house, New Listing: 1604 Garrison Ave., ex- $59,900.
,000. _____ tra nice 2 bd., 1 be. house, $33,500. 42nd St., Gulf View 2 bd. 2'/ ba.
42nd"St.,2 bdrm., 1 ba. brick house,'. New Listing: 1301 Constitution Dr. -4 (good owner fin. 10% down). $79,500.
$62;000 w good owner financing.10%" bd., 3 be., many nice features, must Beachfront & 9th St., Dolphin Run, 2
:: down, bal. 20 yr. 13% interest. see to appreciate, $115,000. bd. 2'/ bea., $82,000; 3 bd. 2/ be.
Circle Dr. East, 3 bdrm, 2 ba. brick 510 8th St., 3 bd. 1 ba. $45,000. $92.000. ___ 2
Circle Dr. West, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick 103 Yaupon, 3 bd$59,00. 2 b. $5,500furnished.
house, $79,000. t 4 d. 2 be. $30,000. Hwy. 98 & 11th St. Casa Del Mar, 2 bd.
|'Nan Nook Rd., 3 bdrm., 1 ba. brick 9th St., 4 bd. .$0.be. $'75,000.
homne with apt. only $80,000. 516 9th St. A bd. 1 be. $23,000. nd Warren 2 bd 1 b
Circle Dr., 3 bdrm. 2 be. near new .104 Yaupon, 3 bdrm., 2 be. $65,000. $69,500, furnished.
brick home, $85,000. 706 Woodward Ave., 4 bdrm. 2 be., 14th St., Seaside, 2 bd. 1/I ba.
Gulf front & 19th St., 3 bdrm., 2 ba., $22,500. $79,500. ___
$115,000 w $50,000 down 13% Int. 30 1610 Long Ave., 4 bdrm., 2 be. 37th St. Pier Pointe 2 bd. 1/2 ba.
-years. $29,000. $75,000. _
Grand Isle, 3 bdrm., 1 ba. w garage, 619 Marvin Ave., 3 bd. 1V/ ba:e. $33,400. St. Joseph Shores, 'Casa Del Mar
; only $50,000. '- 1306 Long Ave. 2 bd. 1 ba. $30,000. townhouses; 2 bd. 1/ ba. $69,000;
6 Arizona Ave., 3 bdrm. 2 be. only 2/a Long Ave. duplex, 2 bd. bsa. &3 bd. 1 Casa Del Mar Villas 2 bd. 1 ba.
ba. duplex, $45,000, with good owner
Georgia Ave., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer, financing. LF AIRE
on ly 00.______ 515 8th St. 3 bd. 1 b. $25,000. GULF AIRE
30th St. beachslde, 2 bdrm., 1 ba. 1912 Juniper Ave. 3 bd. 1/ ba We also have lots still available in
X house, $53,500. -44000 Gulf Aire with 11%% finan. Paved .
.... .'h .. $44,000. streets, underground utilities. ''
4 35th St. & Hwy.98 beachside, 2 bd. 1 2105 Palm Blvd., 3 bd. 2 be. lovely .t
S a. house, $55,000. brick home $69,000. Call ear office for infe. en cruee with as :
0 Circle Dr., duplex, beachside, $89,500 l down a $300 ;*
w w120,000 down & owner financing. LOTS Itod o, asS0.
Lots in St Joe Beach w only $1,900 down,
23rd St. & Hwy. 98, 3 bd., 2 be. great 2 lots, Palm Blvd., $19,000. 12% I S yri "_:
gulf iew, $68,000. ---- .,.c..-- .-, t I,.X. :
gulf X Iew,8,000. LfrpselectionefCapeprop"rtylots Mex-
11th St. & Hwy. 98, triplex, great In- WARD RIDGE Ice .s l lad.con1 HIIL "
vestmen Is 3 bdrm., 1 bea. unit and -- ._._
two 2 bd(m., 1 ba. units. $150,000 w 205 Tapper Dr., 3 bd. 1/ ba. $36,000. Coane frIt property available -w wIt :
great owner financing.-- :f:
4th St. & alley, $35,500, 1 bd. 1 be. HOWARD CREEK .
29th St. duplex, 2 bd. 1 ba. each side, New Listing: 50'x100' lot, 20'x40' tD
;:. $65,000. '- dwelling. Good price at $15,000.00. OPEN HOUSE
: 29th St. duplex, 1 bd.1 ba. each side, 2 lots, 2 bd. 1 be. trailer, $8,700.00. SAT. & SUN. :::
:; $45000. _____ Squirrel Ave., 1 acre, 2 bd. 1 ba. 1.5 cst iM
%: 28th St. duplex, 2 bd. 1 be. each side, mobile home, 3 wells., $23,500.00. ;15 st
$55,000 __ Deer Ave. Ig. 7 bd. 2 ba. $38,000.00. Gulf Aire Townhomes (Gulf ::
3 ml. from Mexico Beach, 3 bd., 2 ba. Owner financing. Aire Beach)
: big house on 10 acres, $72,000. -- :
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Take over payments, 14'
wide mobile home, like new.
Pay small transfer fee and
assume. Call 769-3737.
3tc 8/25
$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
tfc 6/30
For Sale or Swap: 16'
Queen Craft boat and Fair
galvanized trailer. Needs
work inside boat. Call
227-1356. 2tp9/1
Sale prices on mini-
frames, sizes 3"x4" to
S5"x7", custom made from
our finest mouldings, com-
plete, with mat & glass.
Perfect for needlework,
snapshots, school pictures
and small art prints. Stock
up', for Christmas! Pat's
Mats & Frames, 406 7th St.,
Mexico Beach, 648-8914.
You pick grapes, scupper-
nongs and muscadines. 60t a
lb. Open daily 8 a.m. to 7
p.m., Sunday, 1 to 7. Closed
Wednesday. Hwy. 231, 2
miles south of Youngstown
on Veal Road or watch for
sign. Call 722-4819. 4tp 9/1


WATKINS PRODUCTS
Can Be Purchased at
Indoor Flea Market
414 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
229-6023
t fc 9/1


J-A-Need More-Energy?
Try the
j "World's Only
"* Perfect Food",
There are 22 basic ele-
ments in the human body
-no one food contains them
all except
BEE POLLEN
Provides:
1. Weight control
2. Quock energyr
3. Increases 'recovery
powers
4. Increases red blood cells
5. Lowers pulse rate
6. Restorative powers
(skin & youthful feeling)
7. Fights off allergies
8. Regulates digestive
system
Order Your Bee Pollen
Tablets by Calling-
648-8435
tfc 8118






Garage Sale: Friday &
Saturday, 9 a.m. till 2 p.m.
Cancelled if raining. 1903
Long Avenue.


Small trailer completely
, furnished. Ideal for 1 or 2
people. Call 648-8481.
Unfurnished house for rent
at White City. 3 bedroom, 1
bath. Deposit required. Call
229-6825 after 5:00. 4tp 9/8
12'x65' 2 bdrm., 2 full bath
air conditioned mobile
home. $195 per month. At
Jones Homestead. Call
229-866.9. ltc 9/8
Two mobile home lots, $55
per month. Rustic Sands
Campgrounds, 15th St., Mex-
ico Beach, 648-5229. tfc 9/1
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 Schlick-
man. Res. 229-6105. tfc 7/7
For carpets cleaned the
way professionals do it-at a
fraction 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.





Meat manager parttime.
Must be experienced. Apply
in person any morning at
Dixie 'Dandy, Highland
View.
GOVERNMENT JOBS -
Thousands of vacancies
must be filled immediately.
$17,634 to $50,112. Call
-716-842-600, ext. 32261.
Carpenter needed. Must be
experienced. Call 648-5217,
2tc 9/1


Career Opportunity for
Homemakers!'
Nations' #1 Toy/Gift
Party Company
now hiring demonstrators.
Set your own hours, Now
thru November. No invest-
ment. Free $300.00 in
samples. No collecting,
delivering. Fun Part Time
Job. Call Now, Bonnie at
1-286-5219.
4tc 8/25






1979 one ton van truck,
good cond. $5,500. 229-6811.

EXCELLENT

COPIES

Now Available at

The Star
306 Williams Ave.


SAffordable Insurance

Including Health, Major Medical and Life
For Quotes Call
648-5200




Monthly Rentals Available Now!!!


.New: Bluewater Townhouses, 2
bdrm., 1% ba. Furnished, $400 mo.
Unfurn., $350 mo.
Casa Del Mar Villa, St. Joe Beach, 1
bdrm., 1 ba. Furnished, $280 mo.
Brand new: 1 bdrm., 1 ba. Town-
house. Has washer & dryer, carpeted.
This energy efficient home rents for
$300 mo., furnished.
Inshallah Apt.: 2 bdrm., 1 ba., fur-
nished, $200 month.
Gulf Terrace: 2 bdrm., 1 ba., furn.,
$200 mo.; 1 bdrm., 1 ba. furn. $150 mo.
3 bdrm., 2 ba. house at Mexico Beach,
furnished, $400 mo.





7,=n l


3 bdrm., 2 ba. house at Overstreet,
furnished, $350 mo.
2 bdrm., 1 ba. apt. in Port St. Joe, $250
mo.

Alter Sept. 15, we will be renting Gulf
Aire Townhomes, 2 bdrm.. 21h ba.,
furnished. $400 per mo.

Other Off Season Rentals Start at
$145 Per Month



t. Joseph Bay Realty
9800B E. Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach, Florida
648-5716 Rentals


I ~~~SERIE


Affordable Insurance
Including Health, Major
Medical and Life. For
quotes, call 648-5200.

Need someone to help with
spring cleaning or regular
domestic employment?
Call: Gloria Bryant 229-8085;
Renell Thomas 229-6229;
Angela Brackin 227-1555;
Janice Morris 229-6206;
Debra Bailey, 229-6313; Ola
L. Thomas 229-8949; Pearl
Winfield 229-8949; Antoniette
Lenox 229-6980 or Darlene
Cherry 229-6866. tfc 5/4
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.: 9-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wednesday
tfc 7/7

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



COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 7/7


Conrad's Lawn Service,
paint and trim, and light
carpentry work. Cheap. Call
229-8901 or 2294580 anytime.
fs. 71n'7
Carpentry & Concrete
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6/5
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned, Also some
yard work by experienced
husband and wife. Mr.
Sollars. 227-1490. tfc 7/3
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 7/7

J. Walter (Jimmy)
Johnson Construction Co.
New Homes Additions
Decks
Call Us for Free Estimates
229-8757
tfc 7/7


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


SearsCatalog Sales

227-1151r


eon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


229-8795


Rid-o*Bug
kills bugs for
up to six months,

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



ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





--Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Sfc7O- S


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 ,
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic. Port St.
Joe. 227-1145 (24 hrs.)
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 2294-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day
12/83


Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
220 Reid Ave.
Ph. 229-8536
HOURS: Monday Sat.
8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
(Open during noon hour)
Open after 5 p.m. by appt.
Wanmeta Brewer PatHohman
Owner Assistant
(Used to be at 116 Monument)


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLeid AveSUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


Shop the Classifieds!



ERA PARKER REALTY, Realtor


HIGHWAY 98 & 31st ST.
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA


1-800-874-5073
(Outside Florida)


648-5777


1-800-342-6692
(Inside Florida)


* Sales & Rentals
* Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years


Call Us About Our Large Inventory of Beach
Lots, Townhouses, Homes, Wetappo Creek
Property and Mini-Warehouse Rentals.


2 bdrm., 2 ba. mobile home ~x&ic d. L d on 1 acre of land, all
landscaped and 1 block fro ra aWatj A good starter/retire-
ment home at only $21,000'"
The owner of this 2 bdrm., 1 bath house Is willing to go FHA, VA financing.
Approximately $1,500 down with move you In.
3 bdrm., 2 ba. mobile home at Howard Creek with 900 sq. ft. addition.
Spacious, nice carpet, very good condition and only $19,600.00.
Townhouses at Mexico Beach on canal. 2 bdrm., Viz ba. with boat dock.
$74,900.00.
House and land at Indian Pass Beach stretching from Lagoon to Gulf. Only
$135,000 for bay and gulf front property!
Executive home on Ig. lot w 3000+ sq. ft. of heated living space. Four
bdrm., 3 ba.; formal llv. rm., fla. rm.; fireplace in beautiful neighborhood. By
appt. only.
REDUCEDI OWNER ANXIOUS. Three bdrm., 1 ba. masonry home in good
repair. Was $33,500, now $31,500.
Three bdrm., 1'/2 ba. brick veneer In good neighborhood. Existing assum-
able V.A. mtg. at 9'/a%, and owner will take 2nd rntg. w reasonable down
payment. By appointment only.
LOTS
75'x150' corner lot on St. Joe Beach, high & dry with large trees. $10,000.
A'fantastic buy! 100' on the Gulf at Cape'San Bias and 500' deep, in an area
of clear water and sandy beaches Al $55.000 one of the lowest prices per
Iront loot available
Large lois on Cape San Bias starling at $10.000 to $25.000 and owner finan-
cing. Only 25'% down, 10 years. 12% APR
Walerfront and walerview lots at Indian Pass Irom $15.000 00to $39.000 00.
WIIh just 10% down. owner will finance lor 15 years at 10% APR
COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENT PROPERTY
Large lot. 100' x 170, with Iwo uruiaings, zone commercial. Only
$36.750 00.

Hannon Insurance & Real Estate Agency
2 22RolddAve. 22-ltJ3" o Stioe -.
Roy Smith, Associate
Margelyn Woodham, Associate 648-8231


The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
p^ I Port St. Joe, Florida OO
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE
Gs 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
"QUOTABLES", NOTE CARDS AND ORIGINAL ART.
SPECIAL PRICES ON TOP QUALITY MINI-FRAMES

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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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fin. THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1983


SUB-QUALITY DRUGS
ARE RECALLED
Every week the government issues a list of products
that they would like taken off the market either
temporarily or permanently. We have found that the
majority of the drugs on this recall list are made by
lesser unknown manufacturers whose products are
not usually stocked by pharmacists.
When one of the larger well-known companies is
S listed it is usually at their own request and because
B they have found something in their extensive testing
* laboratories. The public is being protected by strict
supervision of the medicines that can be dispensed, so
you can' have confidence in what your doctor
prescribes and your pharmacist dispenses.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
S pharmacy products. We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
family pharmacy?"



BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
Free Parking Drive-In Window
229.8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe


Sharks Make Impressive


Showing In Jamboree


The weather was terrible,
but the results of the fall
football jamboree last Fri-'
day night were beautiful for
the Sharks, who chalked up a
14-0 win over Liberty County.
Playing in a full half of
.football, a deluge came down
just as the Sharks and the
Bulldogs took the field in
Blountstown and kept up for
most of the game. Despite
the weather which wasn't fit
for frogs, much less football,
the Sharks put up a substan-
tial ground game which saw
them put two touchdowns on
the scoreboard while holding
u4 ne.1id 1n J 11a


we pass-minde
scoreless.
Josh Jenkins 1
Shark's spirits in
rain, when he
Bulldog kick-off 7
a touchdown in t


S.,.


Retires After 42 Years of Ser


M. D. "Bo" Yon, left, retired from St., operation
Joe Paper Company the first of this month, his retir
.-.after 42 years of service to the company. is yard
' Yon was a dispatcher in yard and salvage paper m

Oyster Handlers Need to See
Film to Obtain Health Card


The Gulf County Health
Department will again offer
the Oyster handlers Film for
those people interested in a
health card for oystering, on


Eye
Openers

By Dr.
Wesley Grace


THE BEST
PRESCRIPTION
The patient has an impor-,
tant say in getting the best
prescription for remedying
his or her visual problem, for
the optometrist has certain
choices he can make in pres
cribing corrective lenses and
in the way the prescription is'
made into eyeglasses. The
CASE HISTORY portion of
the examination is a vital
part of the total examination
process. It gives you, the pa-
tient, the opportunity to tell
your eye specialist: what
your "seeing" complaints
are, the nature of your gene-
ral health, what medication
or treatments you are tak-
ing, the unique seeing re-
quirements of your job or
hobby, and the strength of
your current prescription
(or show him your old
glasses).
S; In this way, the optom-
etrist will be able to combine
the objective findings of your
current examination with
your visual needs. He will be
better able to:
evaluate the importance
of intermediate as well
as near- and far-visual
acuity.
position your bifocal seg-
ments.
understand the import-
ance of eye safety fac-
tors in your job
take into account how
much time you spend
outdoors or in night driv-
ing
and any other individual
seeing requirements you
may have.
Presented As A
Public Service by

DR. WESLEY GRACE
OPTOMETRIST
322 Long Avenue
Port St Joe, Florda
227-1410


September 12 at 11:00 a.m. in
the Health Department build-
ing located at .401 Long
Avenue.
For more information, call
227-1276.



Service
(Continued from Page 1)
of $9.90 to a new minimum
rate of $9.50.
While reducing the mini-
mum charge rate,. the
amount of water use which
constitutes a minimum bill
will be reduced from a
present 3,000 gallons to a new
maximum of 2,000 gallons.
All water used, over the
2,000 minimum bill amount,
will cost the customer $1.25
per 1,000 gallons. The present
rate is $1.00 per thousand
gallons.


ns. Yon is shown being
ement papers by Thadus
and salvage foreman ai
ill.


Amber Rose


moments of the, contest. It
was the Sharks' first time to
put their hands on the
football this season.
With one minute left in
their half of play, the Sharks
struck again, when Mike
Pittman scored on a nine-
yard run.
Pittman led the Shark

OBITUARIES:

Rites Held for
J.D. Chambers


i DU,,UUm s J. D. Chambers, 71, of Port
St., Joe, died Saturday even-
boosted the ing, August 27, at Gulf Pines
the driving Hospital. He was a retiree of
took the the St. Joe Paper Co., and
75 yards for was a member of the New
he opening Bethel A.M.E. Church.
Survivors include: his
wife, Inez Chambers, of Port
St. Joe; two daughters, Mrs.
Bettye Freeman, of Kansas
City and Mrs. Vbncile Tar-
rott, of Oak Park, Ill.; three
sons, Johnny Chambers of
"Chattahoochee, Willie Cham-
bers of Kansas City, and
Charles Chambers of Tam-
pa; three sisters, Mrs. Carrie
Baxter, of Enterprise, Ala.'
and Mrs. Polly Graham, and
Mrs. Marie Thomas, both of
Sarasota; two brothers, Ar-
nold Chambers of Montgo-,

Pep Rally to
Support'Team
There will be a City wide
"Pep Rally" tonight in the
City park at 7:30 p.m.
Everyone is invited to show
their support for the team
This season by attending the
-rally. The Shark band and
vice cheerleaders' will partici-
r pate, as well as the varsity
football players and coaches
presented being introduced. The Sharks
Russ, who open the football season
t the, local Friday at Vernon.
-Star photo

New Bethel
Honors Pastor
The New Bethel A.M.E.
family will honor its pastor
S and his wife, Reverend and
Mrs. James Williams, with
I appreciation services Sun-
S | day, September' 11. The ser-
vices will be held at 11:00
A.M. and 6:00 P.M.
Reverend Williams has
been pastor. at New Bethel
for the past five years. The
officers and members extend
e Davis a cordial invitation to every-
one.


Amber Is One


Amber Rose Davis cele-
brated her first birthday on
August 25. She had a Snoopy'
cookout at her home in Lake
Katrine, New York'. Lots of
her aunts, uncles, and. cou-
sins were there to help
celebrate, along with her.
sister, Summer Rose. -
Amber Rose is the daugh-
ter of Jimmy and Anita
Davis, and the granddaugh-
ter of Charles and Bobbie
Davis of Port St. Joe.


On Sunday, September 4,
Margie Ely scored a hole-in-
one on the number 3 hole at
Panama County Club. She
used a three wood to score
the perfect shot. At' the time,
she was playing with her
husband, Tom.
. This was the second hole-
in-one for Margie. On March
5, 1982 she aced the number 7
hole at Dogwood Lakes Coun-
try Club near Bonifay.


offense with 29 yards rushing
and Jenkins added 18 yards.
The other half of the
jamboree saw the Sneads
Pirates defeat the Blounts-
town Tigers, 6-0.
All four teams begin to
play for the marbles this
Friday night with the begin-
ning of the regular season.


mery, Ala., and J. C. Cham-
bers of Florida.
Funeral services were held
September 4 at 2 p.m. EDT at
New Bethel A.M.E. Church,
Port St. Joe, with the Rev. J.
W. Williams officiating. In-
terment followed at Forest
Hills Cemetery. Comforter
Funeral Home was in charge
of all arrangements.

Mother of
Dave May Dies
Bessie I. May, 82, of
Tonawanda, New York died
Saturday, August 27, at De-
Graff Memorial Hospital af-
ter a brief illness. Born in
Leetonia, N. Y., she was a
lifelong resident of Tonawan-
da and was t.e wife of the
late Harvey A. May, Sr. Mrs.
May was a member of Salem
United Church of Christ and
the Bible Class of the church.
Survivors include: six
daughters,: Mrs. Marjorie
Scrantori, Mrs. John Burk-
holder, Mrs. Gordon Tussing,
Mrs. Robert Barry, Mrs.
Paul Schmidt and : Joan M.
Berringer, all of Tonawanda;
two sons, Harvey A. May, Jr.
of Tonawanda, and David B.
May of Port St. Joe; eighteen
grandchildren; 21 great
grandchildren; and several
nieces and nephews.


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SIt's Time Now to Make Plans for Fall Gardening


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
It's just about planting
time for many. of the crops
you'll grow in your fall
vegetable garden. Even
though summer is. still very
much with us, this is the time
to go over some of our
recommendations about
planning and' preparing for
the garden. This information
should be familiar to the
experienced vegetable gar-


CARTER


deners, but a short review
shouldn't hurt anybody, and I
hope it will help those trying
vegetable gardens for the
first time to avoid some
problems. My information
for this-article was provided
by Extension Vegetable Crop
Specialist Jim Stephens.
Just about all vegetable
crops can be grown in
Florida if you plant them in
the right seasons. It's even
fun to try things like aspara-
gus, rhubarb and globe arti-


chokes, although they aren't
really well adapted to our
growing conditions. The most
important thing is to grow
vegetables you and your
family like to eat. Most
vegetables that do well in the
spring may be included in the
fall garden.
The first consideration in
planning your garden is
where to put it. You want it
fairly close to your house so
it's handy to work in, and
you want it near an outside


water faucet so that irriga-
tion isn't a lot of trouble. But
the thing you really want to
be sure of is light. If possible
locate the garden so it gets
full sunlight all day long.
Because of .limited space
most backyard gardeners
have to choose between
morning sun and afternoon
sun. Full sun in the morning
is better for vegetables than
full sun in the afternoon. If
you can't get'. the whole
garden in full sun all day,


plant root crops. Most of the
leafy crops can stand a little
more shade.
You might want to fence
your garden site to keep out
backyard nuisances, princi-
pally dogs and children, but
even rabbits and chickens in
some places. The fence will
also serve as a trellis for
polebeans and other crops
that need support.
In some cases; you'll also
have to protect your crops
from nearby trees and


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shrubs. Tree and shrub roots
compete with vegetables for
nutrients and water. To give
your crops the edge, dig a
trench about one-and-a-half
or two feet deep all around
the garden, line one side of
the trench with roofing paper
or plastic film, and fill it
again. This will form a
barrier against the roots of
nearby landscape plants.
Good soil is important, but
as backyard gardeners, most
of us have to do the best we
can with the kind of soil we
have. Thequality of your soil
can be enhanced by using
organic materials such. as
manure and compost.


Before you plant the first
seed, you need to think about
the vegetable.varieties you'll
choose. You could walk into
your garden center and buy
whatever you see, but re-
member vegetable varieties
differ in crop quality, which
is a matter of taste, and in
disease resistance and clima-
tic adaptability, which can be
vitally important to the Flori-
da gardener. To find out
-which varieties are recom-
'mended for our locality,
consult a copy of Extension
Circular 104, The Vegetable
Gardening Guide. You can
find this guide at your local
County Extension Office.


When Benjamin Franklin
walked into a field with a
kite, a string and an iron key,
he was lucky he lived to tell
about what happened.
He was trying to find out
everything he could about
lightning, and he did, accord-
'ing to this month's issue of
"Ranger Rick", the child-
ren's publication of the Na-:
tional Wildlife Federation.
But he realized he could have
been killed by the electricity
in lightning. In fact, a person
who later tried to repeat
Franklin's experiment died
during that recreation.
Here's a quiz of little-
known facts about lightning,
taken from "Ranger Rick":
What type of lightning is
most common? Lightning
that occurs inside a cloud;


Cloud-to-cloud lightning;
Cloud-to-ground lightning?
How long is a bolt of
lightning? A few yards
(meters); 8 miles (13 km);
100 miles (160 km); Any of
the above.
How hot is a bolt of
lightning? As hot as boiling
water; As hot as the surface
of the sun; More than twice
as hot as the surface of the
sun.
l Why do you always see
lightning before you hear
thunder?
What causes thunder? A
lightning bolt makes the air
around it very hot, very fast.
When the hot air hits the
cooler air surrounding it, a
booming sound is hears;
Clouds that are charged with
electricity bump together.


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Does lightning happen
when there isn't a thunder-
storm?
Does lightning ever strike
the same place more than
once?
If you're, outdoors in a
thunderstorm, you should
NOT: Seek shelter under a
single tree; Starld in a field or
on top of a hill; Keep
swimming or boating; Do
any of the above.
If you're outdoors in a
thunderstorm, you should
NOT: Stand in the door or
near window; Take a bath;
Talk on the telephone; Do
any of the above.
ANSWERS
1. a. Lightning that occurs-
inside a cloud.
2. d. Lightning flashes within
a cloud may be only a few
yards long. Lightning be-
tween a cloud and the earth
may be as much as 8 miles
L long. Some lightning strokes
between one cloud and ano-
ther may be 100 miles 16ng.
3: c. More than twice as hot
as the surface of the sun.
4. Light travels much faster
Than sound. It takes five
seconds for sound to travel a
single mile (1.6km), but light-
,travels great distances al-
most instantly. To find the
number of miles away from
you the lightning is, count the
seconds between the flash
and the crash- and then
divide by .five. (Divide the


M.1.iLatta'

Promoted

By Guard
The largest class ever to
attend the Florida National
Guard Military Academy's
Noncommissioned Officer
School at Camp Blanding has
graduated after two weeks of
rigorous training. -
I Among the 169 graduates of
Class No. 16 is Spec. 4
Michael H. Latta of Port St.
Joe. He is a member of
Headquarters & Headquar-
ters Co., 3rd Battalion, 124th
Infantry, Panama City.
Classroom work and field
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returning to their units,
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Leadership was stressed
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noncommissioned officers
developed their abilities to
react under pressure and to
organize and take charge of
others.
The two-week course ended
with graduation August 20 at
the Randal F. Chitty Nation-
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as the noncommissioned offi-
cers received their diplomas
and distiive blue-and-
silver NCO badges.
In civilian.. life, Latta is
employed by RCA Service
Co., Eglin Air Force Base.


seconds by three to get the
number of kilometers.)
5. a. A lightning bolt inmakes,



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The Florida Highway Pa-
trol has announced that for
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Colonel Bobby R. Burkett,
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'riot control, use, of firearms
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intensive law enforcement
training and those who com-
plete the class will have
earned the privilege to wear
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cies in the Nation. It is the
Florida Highway Patrol's
goal to .continue to seek
qualified candidates both
male and female in all ethnic
groups," concluded Burkett.


the air around it very hot,
very fast. When the hot air
hits the cooler air surround-
ing it, a booming sound is
heard.!
6. Yes. Thunderclouds cause
most lightning, but lightning
also happens in snowstorms,
sandstorms, tornadoes, over
volcanic eruptions, and dur-
ing nuclear explosions.
7. Yes. For example, light-
ning strikes the Empire State
Building in New York more
than a hundred times every
year.


8. d. Whatever reaches high-
.est into the air offers light-
ning a quick and easy path to
the ground. So stay away
from "anything tall, and lie
flat on the ground if you are
the. tallest thing around.
Lightning can also travel
through water, so make sure
you're not in it during a
storm.
9. d. The safest place to be is
inside a closed car away
from trees. Steel-framed
buildings with lightning rods
are also very safe.


Nancy Watson New Girl

Scout Director for Area

The Girl Scout Council of
the. Apalachee Bend', wel-
comes Nancy.Watson as its
new Field Director for Bay,
Gulf, Franklin, Washington,
and Holmes counties.
SNancy will servethe five
county area by providing
ongoing membership support
*and program services to the
Girl Scouts and volunteers.
SNancy, a former board
member of the Council, not
only brings considerable ex-
perience in management and
finance but also nine years of
"Girl Scouting experience.
X Nancy presently lives in
Panama City Beach with her
NANCY WATSON husband and daughter.


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Port St. Joe, Florida
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PAGE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1983


FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons Intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit court, Gulf
County, Florida, four weeks after the
first publication of this notice, the fic-
titlous name or trade name under which
they will be engaged In business and In
which said business Is to be carried on,
to-wit:
GULF SATELLITE SYSTEMS
'2003 Cypress Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Norman Blxler, Owner
4tp 9/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
'.STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULFCOUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
JEROME HOXIE,
Husband,
'and
DONNNA M. HOXIE,
Wife.
Case No. 83-185
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: JEROME HOXIE
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for Dissolution of Marriage has been fil-
ed against you and other defendants, If
any, as shown In the caption above,
and you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to It on
WILLIAM E. HARRIS of JOHNSTON,
HARRIS & GERDE, Attorneys for Peti-
tionertWie. whose address is: 201 East
Fourth Street, Panama City, Florida,
32401, on or before the 12th day of Oc-
tober, 1983, and"fIlle the original with
:.the Clerk of this Court either before ser-
vice on said attorney or Immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage and child custody.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
S Court on, the 25th day of August, 1983.
JERRY T. GATES.
As Clerk of said Counrt
By: le Tohya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4t 4911
NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED
BUDGET ORDINANCE
FOR FISCAL YEAR 1983.84
NOTICE Is hereby given that the Board
*of City Commissioners of the City of
Ward Ridge. Florida will hold a public
hearing in the Commissioners' Room in
: ihe City Hall of Ward Ridge on Seplember
12, 1983 at 8-30 P.M for Ihe purpose of
hearing from any person or persons on
Sthe proposed Budget Ordinance for fiscal
year 1983-84 ol the City of Ward Ridge,
Florida Said proposed Ordinance may be
examined or Inspected at the Clly Hall or
* by conltacting the Mayor ol the City of
Ward Ridge.
* CITY OF WARD RIDGE.
By: Is ALLEN V McCULLEY. Mayor.
.2% 911
NOTICE
,,-PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the
'Wewahllchka State Bank will sell at
public auction on the 19th.day of Sep-
Slember, 1983 at 10.00 A M In the park-
Ing lot on the South side of Wewa
hitchka State Bank building in Wewa-
hitchka, Florida the following describ-
ed property:
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FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant tc
-Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit court, GulfI
County, Florida, four weeks after the firs
publication of this notice, the fictitious
name or trade name under which they will
be engaged In business and in which saic
business is to be carried pn, to-wit:
SHEAR PERFECTION BEAUTY SALON
321 V/ Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
Owner: Dianne Mayhann
4tc 8/25
NOTICE
As of the date of the first publication
of this notice, August 18,1983,1 I will no
longer be responsible for any debts In-
curred by Sandra M. Jones.
Isd'O. N. JONES
4tp8118
NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING ON
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING
Notice Is hereby given that the Board of
City Commissioners, of Port St. Joe
Florida, will be In session on Septembel
12, 1983, at 5:15 P.M., E.D.T., at the
Municipal Building, for the' purpose of
hearing from any person or persons that
wish the opportunity to make oral anc
written suggestions regarding possible
uses of revenue sharing funds. A copy of
the entire budget proposed for adoption
will be available for public Inspection at
the Municipal Building, Monday through
Friday, 8:00 A.M. until 5:00 P.M.
Anticipated Revenue F/Y 83/84 $80,000.00
Estimated Expense F/Y 83/84. $80,000.0(
/Id L. A. Farris, City Auditor and Clerk
S2t9/1

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
HERSCHEL EDMUND POOLE,
Husband,
and .. / .
JUDITH POOLE,
Wife..
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: HERSCHEL EDMUND POOLE.
.residence unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for Dissolution ofMarriage has been fil-
ed against you and you are required to
serve a copy..of your written defenses, If
any, to It on WILLIAM M. ATKINSON
JR., Attorney for Petitioner, 304
Magnolia Avenue. Sule 4,'Panama Ci-
ty, Florida, on or before the 21st day of
September, 1983, and file the original
with the Clerk oft mis Court Delore ser-
vice on .Petitioner's, attorney or Im-
mediately therealler. otherwise a
delaull will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Petitlon.'
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court this.22nd day of August,
1983. '
JERRY GATES, .
Clerk of the Crcuill Court
By: 'le Tonya Knox. As Deputy Clerk
_4t 8W25


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game's first score. The down-
pour began .to come even
harder, but that certainly
didn't stop the Sharks. In the
last pouring minute of the
game, junior Mike Pittman
scored the second touchdown
on a nine-yard run. Good job,
Sharks. Keep it upI


Energy Film


Is On Tap for


School Showing


,'Gas Works: Pipeline To
The Future," a fast-paced
presentation describing cur-
rent energy issues, will ap-
pear at 9:20 a.m., Wednes-
i day, September 14, in the
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High.
School. auditorium, accord-
ing to Charles Osborne, Sci-
enc' Department Chairman.
Produced by Oak Ridge-
Associated' Universities,
(ORAU), "Gas Works" ans-
wers questions about where
energy comes from, how it is
used, and why it is becoming
scarce and expensive. This
ORAU presentation is spon-
sored by Florida Gas Trans-
mission.
Focusing on an array of
colorful graphic and elec-
tronic teaching devices,
"Gas Works" features a
propane-powered motor
bike, gasification domes de-
monstrating synthetic fuel
production, a cryogenics de-
monstration explaining the'.
liquification of natural gas,
and a giant dinosaur illus-
trates the origin of fossil
Sfuels. Audience members
participate in most of the
demonstrations
Susan Stone, the teacher-
demonstrator, uses these
electronic teaching aids, to
put complex energy issues in
a fresh and entertaining
perspective. Ms. Stone, a
graduate of The University of
Tennessee in Knoxville, has
received extensive additional
training from ORAU about
the complexities of energy.
The Florida Gas Transmis-
sion has arranged with
ORAU to have "Gas Works"
visit a different high school
each school day. The demon-

CARD OF THANKS
Thanks for your kindness
while I was in the hospital,
for all my friends who came
to see me, for the flowers,
cards and all the kind things
that were done for me.
Thanks to Dr. Simpson and
the hospital staff.
Most of all, thank you to
my neighbor who was so kind
and sweet.
May God Bless You All.
Rachel' Whittington Hoskins

SHOP THE


SUSAN STONE
Demonstrator
stration- presented in an
assembly- may be followed
by special classroom ses-.
sions where teachers and
students explore ideas about
current energy concerns and
the impact of science and
technology on social issues.
The followup sessions are
adapted to the size and grade
level of both science and
nonscience classes. A demon-
stration-discussion session is
also available for civic
groups on request.
. The "Gas'Works" unit is
one of 30 similar energy'
education units appearing
daily at high schools through-
out the country. As part of an
extensive mobile energy edu-
cation program designed to
foster a greater understand-
ing of energy issues,. "Gas
Works" is modeled after,
other ORAU programs,
"This Atomic World,"
"Energy Today and Tomor-
row," and "Energy Adven-
ture."
ORAU is a not-for-profit
education and research con-
sortium of 51 colleges and
universities.


As everyone knows, our
student roles have begun
again in the corridors and
classrooms of Port St. Joe
High. My name is Melissa
Wood and I'll be here weekly
keeping everyone posted on
the latest "Shark Scoop", so
everyone read on and the
news will begin.
'Our mighty shark football
team victoriously defeated
Liberty County last Friday
night by a score of 14-0 in


Sept. 18-24 Is National


Cystic Fibrosis Week


Scoops

from Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School

by MELISSA WOOD


President Reagan recently
proclaimed September 18-24
National Cystic Fibrosis
Week to draw public atten-
tion to this county's number
one inherited killer of youth.
Few people are aware of
cystic fibrosis (CF), even
though every day an average
of five babies are born with it
and three die from it. The
potential of this tragic di-
sease is greater than most
people realize. Ten million
Americans- approximately
one out of every twenty- are
unknowing and symptomless
carriers of the gene that
causes cystic fibrosis. Each
child born to two carriers has
a 25 percent chance of having
CF, a 50 percent chance of'
being a carrier and a 25
percent chance of having
neither the disease nor the
CF gene.
More importantly, few
people know the daily strug-
gle that the 30,000 victims of
this disease go through. CF
causes the body to produce
an abnormally thick mucus
that affects the. respiratory
and digestive systems. In
effect, the illness tends to
both suffocate and starve its
victims.
The digestive and nutri-
tional problems are general-
ly managed with diet supple-
ments, vitamin supplements
and digestive enzyme supple-
ments to aid in breaking
down foods. Most people with
CF take 40 to 60 pills a day.
Chest physical therapy re-
duces or prevents blocking of
the airways. Most children
with CF undergo several
therapy sessions each day
during which they are clap-
ped or gently pounded on the
back and chest to loosen


mucus that is blocking lungs
and bronchial tubes. Many
also inhale medicated vapors
several times a day.
But these children and
young adults never give up
hope and make a determined
effort to live as normal a life
as possible. They know that
research can help. In the last
15 years, life expectancy for
people with CF has increased
from approximately 11 years
to approximately 21 years.
There is every indication that
research will continue to
improve the life expectancy
and quality of life for victims
of cystic fibrosis and will
eventually lead to a cure or
control for this tragic disea-
se.
So, during this week we ask
you to remember the many
young people with CF in our
community in their daily
fight for life and breath.
To learn more about cystic
fibrosis, contact the Florida
Chapter of .the Foundation,
930 E. Sample Road, Pom-
pano Beach, Fl 33064 at (305)
781-6665. Free literature on
symptoms of CF is available
as well as information on how


The Student Council offi-
cers for the 1983-84 school
year are as follows: Presi-
dent, Robert Taylor; Vice-
President, Paula Ward; Re-
cording Secretary, Trish
Tapper; Corresponding Sec-
retary, Keith Jones; and
Treasurer, Jed Campbell.
The school year has begun
with a boom and,,to really get
everyone into the school
spirit, the Student Council
will be sponsoring a dance
Saturday, September 10,
from nine 'til twelve for
students and their guests.
The Student Council mem-
bers also congratulate the
new honorary members.
SThey are: Chris Blaschum,
Mitch Burke, Chris Butts,
Durey Cadwell, Lisa Gant,
Dawn Grace,, Lee Miller,
Hannon Smith, Tim Wilder,
and Brandy Wood.
The local V.F.W. (Veter-
ans -of Foreign Wars) is
sponsoring its annual Voice
of Democracy script-writing
contest for students in grades
10-12. The theme for the
contest is "My Role in
Upholding Our Constitution".
Entries must be on a 3-5
minute cassette tape and are
to be turned in to either Mrs.
Sarah Turner or Mrs. Mar-
garet Biggs no later than
November 2. There will be a'
winner from Port St. Joe,
High School who will receive
a $50 savings bond and
advance to the district jud-
ging.
As is quite obvious, the
-year has begun with a blast.
I'll be here each week with
more Shark Scoop 'on all of
the excitement for all of you
interested readers. Please
join me next week as I bring
you a look at the most recent
clubs and activities and, of
course, our mighty football
team.



Menu

Gulf County
School Lunch

Monday, September 12
Tuna-Macaroni salad,
cheese sticks, yams, early
peas, crackers, vanilla pud-
ding, and milk.
Tuesday, September 13
Country fried steak, mash-
ed potatoes, carrot-raisin sal-
ad, rolls, and milk.
Wednesday, September 14
Hot dogs, orange juice,
baked beans, cake, and milk.
Thursday, September 15
Fish and Chips Ole', butter-
ed broccoli, cornbread, and
milk..
Friday, September 16
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
tossed salad,, green beans,
rolls, and milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.


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Shark


to. participate in events to
raise money to help fight
cystic fibrosis.


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