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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1983
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USPS 518-80

FORTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NUMBER 7


THE STAR
Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1983


20s Per Copy J


Sign Salary Agreement


School and teacher representa-
tives officially signed their annual
contract last week, after reaching
formal agreement two weeks ago. The
contract was signed in the board
meeting room by Ted Whitfield, Jr.,
seated left, School Board chairman
and Hugh Smith, seated right, repre-
senting the Gulf County Classroom
Teachers organization.
Standing are, Bert Wagnon, left,
representing area Classroom Teach-
ers, and Walter Wilder, Gulf County
Superintendent of Schools.


The contract, which covers the
current school year only, was negoti-
ated in only four bargaining sessions,
and provided a seven percent increase
in salary for classroom teachers.
Under the new agreement, Gulf
County will pay beginning teachers,
with a bachelor's degree, earning a
salary of $13,268. The top salary paid
in Gulf County is $20,758. The bulk of
teacher salaries in Gulf County, fall in
between the low and high marks.
-Star photo


Hunters -Want- Fuqua Is
SB Sending

Field, Back Rep. Here


The most controversial topic of conversation in Gulf
County these days, isn't football, it isn't whether or not the
United States should sever ties with El Salvadore, or the
national debt, or even the Dead Lakes issue.
The most vehement topic of conversation for the past
couple of weeks, has been the bombast of the mourning
dove hunters who are miffed over the closing of MK Ranch
property to their very popular sport, in favor of having a
duck preserve "in an area in which ducks don't raise or
inhabit".
This year, a duck shooting preserve was established
along a small creek which served as a watershed through
the property. The only trouble was, the area extended
over virtually the entire MK Ranch area, and particularly
into the grain-growing areas of the huge farm. Since the
duck hunting area was supervised by the Federal game
people, the area was off limits to everyone except duck
hunters using steel shot shells.
This effectively put the dove hunters out of business.
Tuesday, County Commission chairman, Everette
Owens and county attorney William J. Rish, both dove
hunters in addition to their sidelines as county officials,
announced negotiations were under way to have the area
formerly used for dove hunting, taken out of the duck
sanctuary. "There's no ducks in the vicinity of this
property and we have contacted the owner of the land in
Tennessee, in regards to dove hunters using it once again",
Owens said.
Owens said there was a good possibility arrangements
would be completed, allowing dove hunters back into the
fields before the first phase has been completed. "We
should be able to hunt the areas during the entire second
and third phases of the season with no problem", Owens
said.


Congressman Don Fuqua
has announced that a repre-
sentative from his office will
be in the area next Thursday,
October 20, \ to listen to
problems and comments con-
cerning federal agencies and
legislation.
Fuqua says, "I urge any-
one who has a problem to
stop by and talk to my
assistant. We want to do
everything possible to be of
assistance."
While he is in the area, the
representative will be in five
separate locations in the
county to make it convenient
for citizens to contact him
with any problem they may
have.
The representative will be
in the following places at the
designated times:
Wewahitchka, 8:00 a.m., to
9:00 a.m., CST, Post Office.
Overstreet, 8:30! to 9:30
a.m., EST, Post Office.
Highland View, 10:00 to
10:30 a.m. EST.
Port St. Joe, 11:00 to 12:00
noon, EST, Post Office.
White' City, 12:30 to 1:00
p.m., EST.


State Sounds Warning of




Suit Against Gulf County


Threatens Court Action If Jail Not Renovated


Gulf County has been warned that it faces the
possibility of a suit being filed against the county
by the state Fire Marshall, if certain changes
aren't made in the Gulf County Jail. Although the
warning, which came last week in the form of a
letter, didn't specify a date as to when the suit
would be filed, it indicated the action wouldn't be
long in coming.
The County has been successful in doing
enough renovation at the jail to satisfy the
Department of Corrections, but since the Fire
Marshall has entered the picture, things are
getting warmer.
County building inspector, Dewayne Manuel,
has been successful in proving to the Fire
Marshall that two-hour fire resistant walls exits in
the jail, "but that isn't the entire problem",
Manuel reported to the Commission Tuesday.
"The Fire Marshall requires the same fire rating
on five doors inside the complex and wants some
sort of fire retardant system installed. A
sprinkler system would be the most economical
method of meeting their requirements", he said.
Commissioner Doug Birmingham remarked
he was in favor of going to court with the Fire
Marshall. "I live in a nice home. It isn't plush, but
it's adequate to make us comfortable. We don't


have a sprinkler system in it, so my children
aren't as well protected as the Fire Marshall
wants us to make prisoners."
Birmingham, who was not in favor of bowing
down to the dictates of the state in regards to
changes at the jail said, "I think we should take
precautions to protect the prisoners in our jail and


.estimated it would cost between $5,000 and $10,000.
Attorney Rish said he had been in contact with
the State Attorney's office, which would be in
charge of any legal action the state might take
against the county and reported, "They don't want
to go to court with Gulf County. They wart us to
reach a reasonable solution in a reasonable


"A sprinkler system would be the most economical
method of meeting their requirements." Manuel


keep them reasonably comfortable but I can't
believe our people will stand still for having to
work every day to pay taxes to pay for housing
prisoners in better accommodations than they can
afford for their own families."
Manuel named five doors which would have to
be changed to two-hour fire ratings and two doors
which have to be installed, to meet the Fire
Marshall's demands. Manuel said it was his
impression, after meeting with the Fire Mar-
shall's inspector, installation of a sprinkler system
would be the county's easiest way out. Manuel said
he had no definite prices onsuch a system, but


amount of time and are willing to work with us."
Rish warned, however, "The Attorney Gen-
eral warns that he has no alternative but to file
suit if a life threatening situation isn't corrected-as
the Fire Marshall has directed."
Chairman Owens said he also talked with the
inspector and said, "I told him to do what he
thought he had to do since we were going to :-d
what we could do." :
There's no indication which side will prevail,
but the time is drawing nearer when everyone will
see.


First "Health Fair" Saturday


Free Exams
wishing the blood analysis should refrain
from eating or drinking anything for at least
four hours prior to the examination. People
on medication.-or diabetics, should follow
their medication or feeding regimen as
normal.
The Health Fair has been given the local
support of the City of Port St. Joe, the
Kiwanis Club, Lions Club, Rotary Club,
Florida National Bank, Wewahitchka State
bank, Gulf Pines Hospital and St. Joseph
Bay Care Center.
Brown stresses there will be plenty of
trained personnel on hand to conduct the
testing programs on those who attend.
"We're gearing up to handle at least a 1,000
people", Brown said. "So, you can be
assured there will be an ample corps of
trained people there to care for everyone."
"This is the first time such a program
has ever been offered here in Port St. Joe
and we want our people to take full
advantage of it", Brown said. "We have
hundreds of local people involved in putting
this program on and all of us want people to
take advantage of it."
In addition to the professionals conduct-
ing the testing at the Health Fair, there will
be entertainment by people putting on'
aerobic dancing demonstrations, home
cooked food, provided by the Senior Citizens.
of Gulf County, for those who have to be'
there during the lunch hour, booths set up by
the High School Cheerleaders and other
activities. High School Naval ROTC cadets
will act as guides for those attending, to see
they get in the right places for the various
testing programs.
Brown emphasises that the program is'
open to everyone and it is free-with the
exception of the blood analysis.


Stiles Brown, standing, and Mayoi
last minute plans for the Health Fair t
St. Joe Saturday of this week.


Frank Pate, go over
' be held here in Port
-Star photo


Port St. Joe will have its first Health
Fair Saturday, offering free physical
examinations to those who attend, perform-
edbyt'rained people and designed to get an
accurate picture of the physical condition of
those who participate.
The entire procedure is free of charge,
with the exception of an $8.00 charge made
for a complete blood chemistry analysis.
Port St. Joe's program is the latest in a
number of Health Fairs which, have been
held throughout the Panhandle during the
past month. The programs are sponsored
nationally by the Prudential Insurance
Company and are approved, sponsored and
in many instances, performed by local
medical facilities. Here in Port St. Joe, the
Health Fair has the approval, the coopera-
tion and the participation of the medical
community, Gulf Pines Hospital and St.
Joseph Bay Care Center. Stiles Brown is the
local coordinator of the one day program.
The Fair will be held in the Port St. Joe
High School, beginning Saturday morning at
10:00 a.m., and continuing until 3:00 p.m.
This will be no cursory examination.
Those who come for the examinations will
have their height and weight checked as
well as testing for blood pressure, vision,
hearing, anemia and glaucoma. A podiatrist
will also be at the Fair to give attention to
foot problems.
For the ladies, Pap smear tests will be
offered, plus instruction in breast self-
examination. Materials will be supplied for
self application for colon-rectal cancer
testing. This is a new procedure recently
given much publicity and will be available
to those who attend the fair.
A small charge of $8.00 will be made for
a complete blood chemistry analysis. Those


Mistake Nearly Costs Gulf


County Tax Collector, Eda Ruth Taylor July. On Wed
headed off the possibility the county may lose its her final prop
portion of the State Sales Tax late last week. state law to
In preparing the final papers for the tax increase in t
statements to be drawn up, Taylor noticed the mill levy abo
percentage of increase for levied millage The Boar
exceeded, that allowed by the new sale tax law. ratification o
The county is allowed a 15 percent increase, but final order .
the filed millage levy was a fraction over the 15 The amo
percent limit, therefore putting the county into coming fisca
trouble. increase. Th
The county had certified a mill rate of 5.35, collected, und
based on the preliminary valuation provided them these guideli
by Property Appraiser, Joyce Williams back in after the fi

*


dnesday of last week, Williams filed
perty value roll, as she is required by
do, and there had been a sizeable
taxable property. This put the initial
ove the allowable' percentage.
*d met in their final session prior to
f the tax roll and put everything into
. except the mill rate.
runt of tax dollars budgeted for the
1 year was to reflect a 13 percent
ie dollar amount of taxes to be
der the county plan, would fall within
nes. Failure to change the tax rate
inal report from Williams, also


increased the potential tax collection dollar
amount by nearly $32,000, a situation the county
didn't want.
The tax roll had already 3een run by the time
the wrong mill rate was discovered Friday
afternoon, when the final papers were turned over
to the Tax Collector's office. This means the roll
will have to be run again. Tax Collector Taylor
said the tax bills had not been made out when the
mistake was discovered.
The change in millage rates to the acceptable
rate of 5.234, reduced the dollar amount of taxes to
be collected by about $30.00, from the budgeted tax
income which had already been agreed on.


* *r^ ^ r^ ^


Plans Are Drawn for Park


The County Commission
received preliminary plans
for development of the aban-
doned Corps of Engineers
property at White City, Tues-
day, presented by Wayne
Childers, chairman of a
committee appointed by the
Board several months ago to


pursue the acquisition of
surplus government property
in the county.
The White City property
was abandoned the first of
the year by the Corps, after
serving as a repair and
dredging depot for several
years. Only recently, the


eight acre site was declared
surplus and a decision is now
being made as to what to do
with the property.
In order to be eligible to
receive ownership of the
property, free of charge, the
county must have plans for
developing it as a recrea-


tional site.
These tentative plans were
what Childers presented to
the Board Tuesday. Award of
ownership of the land to Gulf
County is not something
which might happen tomor-
row, or next week, or next
month.


The Corps of Engineers
holds an easement on the
property to place any future
spoil which may be dredged
from the Intracoastal Canal,
which makes up one side of
the property. Childers re-
ported that under any cir-
(Continued on Page 3)


Kiwanis Installs Officers


Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor, Ernie
Dogah, auove lett, congratulates Iui McCain
upon his official installation to the office of
president of the local club Tuesday at noon.
McCain succeeds John Gilmore, who


has just completed a year of service to the
club as president.
Other officers named for the year
include, Tom Sapp, vice-president and Al
Ray, Secretary-Treasurer. ---Star photo


Community Effort Put Into Program Offering


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Editorials and Comments


THE STAR


THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1983


PAGE TWO


Hey! What's this? Our friend,
:Lieutenant Governor Wayne Mix-
i:son has crossed up his boss,
-. Governor Bob Graham!
It was headlines in the papers
.,late last week when Lt. Gov.
IMixson said he disagreed with the
:-passing of Florida's new corporate
-tax law and said it should be
repealed.
All of this was done while
Governor Graham was off in Japan
telling the Japanese what a great
tax idea it was and defending it to
the hilt. The Japanese are some of
the ones who are chagrined over
the tax, which levies a five percent
corporate income tax to some out
of state profits. Japan, and its
Spoduction corporations are "out of
state".
Why has Lt. Gov. Mixson
openly defied his superior in such
-:plain language?
Wayne Mixson may be from
rural Northwest Florida; he may
_ ,eyen be classified as a "red-neck".
M:.e is definitely from the "country"
::but he is definitely no bumpkin. If
"you have ever been by his farm,
you would know he comes from
"about as a rural an area as one can
come from.
Here in the Panhandle we
classify such background as breed-



Introduce

While we are dealing with
politicians s in these columns, let's
'#ok at a proposed federal statute
mur Senator Paula Hawkins has
*'opposed.
.. Senator Hawkins has been
malting waves of 4on sort or
another ever since she went to
:ashington, too long ago.
:; The other day the Senator
lled for a statute which would
acquiree a 79-word warning mes-
sage be printed on every mari-
jIana cigarette. The cigarettes are
detrimental to your health and the
senator wants the world to know it
printing the warning on the side
If the cigarette, just as has been
-Mandated on regular tobacco cig-
3rettes.
'We agree with Senator Haw-
.Uns; marijuana cigarettes are
.4trimental to your health. People
shouldn't use them.
: If the warning the Senator has
proposed is required by law to be
Oaced on each marijuana cigar-
itte, we can see where the weeds
will have to be much larger than a
regular cigarette ... even the 100


ing shrewdness into our people.
If we were to take a guess, we
would guess that Mixson's country
shrewdness is coming to the
surface now that it is only a
short while until we select a new
Governor for our state and he is
eligible to run.
Although 'Mixson has never
said in public, so far 'as we have
read or heard, chances are probab-
ly good that he will be a candidate.
Since he has openly opposed a
Governor who is not all that well
thought of up here in the other
Florida, we are just about certain
he is just before tossing his
semi-cowboy hat into the ring.
The Lieutenant Governor has
been told time and again the only
reason people voted for the Gra-
ham ticket in this part of the state
was because Mixson was the
running mate. They (including this
writer) had much rather have cast
their vote for a ticket which read
the other way around or eliminated
Graham altogether.
In our opinion, Mixson made
about the most effective announce-
ment of his candidacy a candidate
could make. Everyone understands
a tax cut and everyone knows it is
the consumer who pays any
tax-even a corporate tax.



d In Jest?

mm. ones.
Wouldn't this hasten the dam-
age done to a, person, if the
cigarettes were enlarged enough to
accommodate the warning mes-
sage? .., .. ..
There is also the problem of
inspecting the cigarettes, to see
they contain the mandated mes-
sage. Marijuana cigarettes, as we
all know, are now illegal to make,
possess, or sell. If a person is
breaking the law making a cigar-
ette, and isn't likely going to roll
one in public, how are we going to
inspect the ones which are made,
against the law, to see whether or
not they comply with the law in
containing the warning message?
This law sounds about as easy
to enforce as the one recently put
into force in Florida, requiring all
sport fishermen to have a license if
they sell their surplus catch to their
friends and neighbors.
Possibly the Senator's law was
introduced in jest, but the salt
water fish sale law was passed in
dead seriousness.


I have always known that
it's best not to get too closely
attached to animals. I was
born and reared in the
country. Living there, I
learned, one may love a hog
one day and be eating him
the next. I never thought
much about it until just
recently.
Dogs and cats are animals
of a different color. In recent
years they have become
more domesticated. So much
more, in fact, that in some
cases they are actually treat-
ed as members of the family.
You tell some of these folks
that they are just animals
and you've got a fight on your
hands.
My older brother made a
statement one time that I will
never forget.. He said,,- "if
you are going to have a dog
or cat, you might as well
have a child. It takes the
same amount of time and
care for either." I tend to
agree with him but I have
never seen a dog or cat grow
up and get out on his own.
We have a dog named
Bruno. Bruno is not the
average, run of the car dog.
He is a certified member, in
good standing, of the Boy.
Scouts of America. He has of
late become one of the best


Toastmasters

Wanting io

Form Here
District 29 Toastmasters
are joining 3,400 Toastmas-
ters groups around the world
in celebrating their organiza-
tion's 54th anniversary.
October hIs been pro.^
claimed Toasimasters Month
by the various city officials in
District 29 and the local
Toastmasters are among the
100,000 members throughout
the world who are conducting
special community pro-
grams during October.
The Michael H. Murdoch
Club is sponsoring a Com-
munity Contact team in Port
St. Joe, conducting an adult
Speechcraft program at Tyn-
dall Air Force Base, and
providing speakers for other
local organizations' luncheon
and dinner meetings.
For further information on
the Toastmasters program in
communication and leader-
ship development, please call
648-5365 or 227-1228. Hun-
dreds of invitations t6 see the
Toastmasters program ,in
action are being extended to
local residents during Octo-
ber.


"guard" dogs around. Too
good, in fact.
We thought it was kinda
cute watching Bruno chase
all the other dogs out of our
yard. A little later, however,
he expanded his ban to all
men in uniforms. He then
grew to hate loud trucks and
people on wheels of any kind.


Bruno was a problem. It
was not too serious until the
day he treed the dog-catcher.
No one had to tell me that
something had to be done
with Bruno. "Chain that dog
or I'll have to take him!" she
stated, standing atop her
little green truck.
"Yes 'um," I replied meek-


ly.
I tried to give Bruno away.
There were no takers. I took
him to Panama City and let
him out. He beat me home.
My son and I sneaked him
aboard a freighter bound for
Lima, Peru and he jumped
ship in Pensacola and hitch-
ed a ride home. I was at the
end of my chain so I asked a
close friend what I should do.
"Buy a box of those .22
shells and shoot the dog!" he
responded immediately.
"Shoot the dog?" I asked,
unbelieving. "Are you out of
your gourd? I could no more
shoot that dog than I could
one of my children, you
fool!"
"Well, then," he replied


evenly, "just keep him in
your yard and let him bite
someone and get yourself
sued."
Finally I was forced to
make a decision. Something
had to be done with ole Bruno
and I was the only one to
make a fair and impartial
decision. And I made it.
The children didn't like it
and, most of all, my wife
didn't like it. Not one little
bit. But it had to be done!
Bruno didn't even like it, but
he is just a dumb animal and
wouldn't know the differ-
ence.
It won't be long before we
get rid of the fleas and ticks
in the house, and the smell
isn't that bad, either.


State Has Concrete


THIS MIGHT PROVE to be an
interesting situation.
I see where the emergency
nuclear bunker has been completed
for the Governor of Florida to hide in,
should there be a nuclear attack on
the Ulited States. The new bunker
wvas completed recently and stocked
for the Governor and supposedly his
family, at the state's expense.
While the article didn't say, if I
were Governor when a nuclear attack
hit the state, I would take my family
with me to the safe bunker. In all
likelihood, you would too.
Already the bunker has been
tested. It was initiated during a
hurricane watch and found to work
very well. Still, the bunker was no
doubt built for a more serious test and
protection from a far more destruc-
live force than a hurricane.
I had an aunt in Oklahoma who
had a similar storm cellar out in her
back yard. Although it wasn't as large
as the Governor's operations shelter,
it was stocked with food, water,
candies, etc., just like the Governor's.


It was for desperate situations,\ and
she considered a storm as desperate a
situation as you can get.
As a matter of fact, an under-
ground storm shelter was a common


thing in Oklahoma and likely still is.
Not everybody is as afraid of
inclement weather as my aunt was, so
the other storm shelters are probably
not as well stocked.
+4 ++
I'M WONDERING how the Gov-
ernor is going to get to his cellar when
and if a nuclear attack is threatened
or announced as being on the way.
The shelter is located in DeFuniak


le" for G
springs and the Governor is lo
Tallahassee.
It's about 100 miles frorr
hassee to DeFuniak Springs.
If and when a nuclear at


ov. to Take Refuge In from Attack


rated in
Talla-
tack is


an impending nuclear attack would.
After he gets there, provided he
gets there in time, how is he going to
fight his away through half the
population of Walton County, to get to




CA I


esley R Raomsey.


announced as being on the way, they
tell us we have about 20 mir utes to
brace ourselves and get ready for the
big boom, provided the attack is
coming via missile. That doesn't give
the Governor much time to get to Ns
underground home away from hole
in DeFuniak Springs.
As a matter of fact, a 20 minute,
100 mile trip to DeFuniak Springs
would probably scare me more than


his concrete quarters? If I were a
resident of Walton County, in the
vicinity of the Governor's cement
compound, I would not care if it was
reserved for the Governor, I would
consider it fair game for whoever
could get there first.
There are probably more than a
few residents of Walton County who
would head straight for the bunker if a
nuclear attack warning was sounded.


They might leave
Governor.


room for the


I CAN UNDERSTAND the State
government wanting to protect the
chief executive. You would need
somebody in command at such a time,
more so than now. As a matter of fact,
the Governor was off in Japan the last
of last week, and the state operated
just as if he were sitting in his office.
If the State wants to protect the
Governor in such a time, it would
seem to me such a shelter would stand
a better chance of protecting the
Governor if it were where the
Governor was.
I'm sure the people of Walton
County appreciate the state govern-
ment providing them with a safe
nuclear bomb shelter. As near as they
are to Eglin Field, it should make
them feel a little better knowing they
have some sort of shelter in case the
man at the trigger at the other end of
the nuclear missile were to dial in one
or omit one number when program-
ming his course for the missile. It
wouldn't have to be off but a gnat's


hair at origin to miss Eglin by several
miles on this end just enough to
end up in Walton County.
IN THE MEANTIME the shelter
is home to Bob Smith, who runs the
Civil Defense organization for north-
west Florida. He has Gulf County on
his list and makes regular visits here,
when he isn't holed up in his
underground bunker, safe and snug as
a bug in a rug.
They tell me there is another of
these things over near Starke for the
Lieutenant Governor to occupy in
case of a nuclear disaster.,
Now, isn't that just like the
government? Why not send Lieuten-
ant Governor Wayne Mixson to the
DeFuniak Springs shelter, where he
will be near home and the Governor to
Starke, where he won't be farther
from home, like he would be at
DeFuniak Springs?
If the time ever comes for the
Governor to head for his shelter, I'm
going to stop where I am and start
digging a big, big hole in the ground.
Then I'm crawling in it.


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.


High Low
Oct.13 4:28a.m. 3:51p.m.
Oct.14 5:31a.m. 4:44 p.m.
Oct. 15 6:33a.m. 5:36p.m.
Oct. 16 7:42a.m. 6:18p.m.
Oct.17 8:51a.m. 6:33p.m.
Oct. 18 9:57a.m. 6:45p.m.
Oct. 1911:30 a.m. 6:10p.m.
Oct. 2012:03 a.m. 6:15p.m.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 13. 1983


Plans Are Drawn From Page Change


cumstances of disposing of
the land, the easement would
remain in force.
The plans were prepared
and drawn in sketch form by
the State's Department of
Parks and Recreation. Chil-
ders said he is pursuing
sources of state and federal
funds to develop the park,
should the land be released to
Gulf County.
The plans provided for boat
launching, picnic areas,
playgrounds, boat docking,
walking paths, etc., and
would utilize the present
building on the site for a
community building.
RETURNS MONEY
Tax Collector Eda Ruth
Taylor notified the Commis-
sion Tuesday her office
would be turning over a
check for approximately
$3,000 to the county, as
interest earned for deposit of
tax money while it was
awaiting distribution to the
various taxing sources
throughout the county.
Ms.Taylor asked that a
portion of the money be spent

Martin Ends

Basic Training
Army Pvt. Robert E. Mar-
tin, Jr., son of Alice Loretta
Garner and stepson of John
P. Garner of Rural Route 36,
Port St. Joe, has completed
basic training at Fort Jack-
son, S. C.
During the training, stu-
dents received instruction in
drill and ceremonies, wea-
pons, map reading, tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice, first aid, and Army
history and traditions.


for renovation of the counter
area in her office.
The Tax Collector said the
county was receiving compu-
ter terminals from the De-
partment of Motor Vehicles
and placing them at the
counter area would be a
convenience to the public.
"Also we need to re-arrange
the counters to give more
security to the back work
area", Ms. Taylor said.
Taylor also notified the
Board they owned two or
three tax deeds which were
maturing in a short while.
"I'm doing everything pos-
sible to contact the people
involved and make sure
everything has been done
which must be done before
you make the decision on
whether or not to foreclose on
the deeds."
The Tax Collector said she
had been successful in col-
lecting on most of the delin-
quent tax deeds, but she had
been unable to get the two or
three satisfied.
WEWAHITCHKA
BUILDING PERMITS
The City of Wewahitchka
asked for permission to come
under the County's building
inspection program, if an
agreement between the city
and county could be reached.
Mayor Robert Nations pro-
posed the City of Wewahitch-
ka provide an office and
clerical service to the build-
ing inspector and divide the
inspection fees with Wewa-
hitchka maintaining 25 per-
cent of the fees and the
county receiving 75 percent
of the fees charged within the
city limits.
The Commission agreed to


2 Pound Potato
You potato growers can feast on this beauty being held
by W. C. Williams of Dalkeith, in envy. Williams didn't
grow the potato, although he would like to take credit for it.
the spud was sent to him last week by friends, Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Hartson of Skagway, Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Williams
lived in Alaska for four years and he says the two' pound
specimen is "about average" for the northern state.


the proposition and agreed to same stipulations arrived at
enter the deal under the with the City of Ward Ridge.


Rattlers Moving


Mildred Legrone holds up a huge dead rattlesnake
which was killed near the city's warehouse last week; The
snake was about five and a half feet long and had 13 rattles.,
He was too big to be holding it by hand .. alive or dead.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Ernest Dean
would -like to express our
sincere appreciation to
everyone for the many mas-
ses, prayers, flowers, food,
cards, calls and visits during
the time of the extended
illness and passing of our
loved one.
Your kindness and words
Sof -sympathy .during our *
bereavement *ill never be
forgotten. May God bless you
all. .
Charlotte S. Dean
Charlyn D. Luster
Woody Dean
Lisa D. Hooker
IN MEMORY
OF
ELIJAH W. DAWSON
For each thorn, there's a
rosebud...
For each twilight- a dawn...
For each trial- the strength
to carry on,
For each stormcloud- a
rainbow...
For each shadow- the sun...
For each parting, sweet
memories when sorrow is
done.
You are missed by:
Your wife, Alfonsa Dawson
Daughter, Shirley Jenkins
Your grandchildren: Cody
and Toby Thomas; Brian
and Travis Jenkins


Still


Coming

There are still changes
coming in the nation's tele-
phone system which will not
be too popular with the
subscribers, Pat Mahoney,
an executive with St. Joseph
Telephone and Telegraph
Company told the Rotary
Club last Thursday.
Since de-regulation consid-
erable changes are due in the
method of charging for ser-
vices, Mahoney said. He
predicted local service, rates
could go to $20.00 to $25.00
under the new charging
methods. "In the past, char-
ges from long distance tolls
have paid for part of the local
service, but that will be the
case no longer in about a
year or two", he said.
Mahoney said long distance
charges would take a notice-
able drop and if a person
makes around $75.00 worth of
long distance calls a month,
his telephone bill should
remain about the same.
Mahoney said competition
from other long distance
firms is causing AT&T to
drop its long distance rates,
"But you'll pay for it in other
places", he said.
In just a short while
telephone users will see a
$2.00 to $3.00 fee on their
phone bills for a users' fee,
which will take up part of the
inequities now in the tele-
phone billing methods, but
continuing changes over the
next four years will change
the looks of your telephone
bill dramatically.
Shop the
Classifieds!


The PTA of Port St. Joe Elementary PTA. Shown receiving' the award were:
School has been working hard to solicit from left, Ned Alles, president of the PTA;
faculty and parental support for the IGerald Lewter, principal; Christine
children of the school. The Florida Congress Williams, Treasurer of the Gulf County
of Parents and Teachers awarded a cer- Teachers Association and Charlotte Pierce,
tiflcate to the school last week in recognition PTA membership chairman.
of 100% faculty and staff participation in the


Parents Invited to Breakfast


Parents of children in the
Port St. Joe Elementary
School are invited to attend a


Parent-Teacher Breakfast at
the school on October 19.
Breakfast will be served in


Public Invited to Attend A

"Sea Lab" at Gulf Coast College


The general public is in-
vited at attend a "Sea Lab"
sponsored by Gulf Coast
Community College on Fri-
day, October 14.
The purpose of the lab is to
give all who come the
opportunity to see and touch
a wide variety of live marine
animals- and to bring their
own specimens in for identifi-
cation by marine scientists.


So come touch a spider
crab or hold a sea cucumber.
SEA LAB will be waiting for
you.
The SEA LAB will be held
at the Westside Men's Club
located on 23rd Street from 6
p.m. until 9 p.m.
Contact the Office of Con-
tinuing Education at 769-1551,
Ext. 354 for further informa-
tion.


the library from 7:30 until
8:30 A.M. Teachers will be in
their classrooms to meet
with parents during this
hour.
The school day will begin
at 8:30. Children who come to
school before that time will
go to the gym where they will
be supervised.
So that buses may follow
their regular unloading
routes, there will be no
parking in front of the
building.
All parents are urged to
attend this event and talk'to
their child's teacher 'and
become involved in pro-
grams of the school. ::


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AARP Plans Trip to Douglas Baldi

v r-t r, 50th Wedding


Lgttn
The St. Joseph Bay Chap-
ter No. 3425 of the AARP met
Monday afternoon at St.
Joseph's Catholic Hall. Pre-
sident Ray Lopez gave de-
tails of the October 29 trip to
Eglin to observe the 25th
Anniversary of AARP. The
bus will leave Port St. Joe
from the Florida National
Bank at 8:30 A.M., EDT, Gulf
Sands at 8 A.M. CDT, and
Parkers Shopping Center on
Mexico Beach at 8:30 A.M.
CDT, and back to St. Joe by
6:30 p.m. EDT. Then Mr.
Lopez gave details of the
Christmas Dinner to be held
on- December 6th at the
Tyndall NCO Club at 6 p.m.
EST. All interested in attend-
ing were asked to reserve
with Mrs. Ned Spiess.
The nominating commit-
tee, chaired by Mrs. Dessie

HEARING BUT DO NOT
UNDERSTAND SOME
WORDS...
* For those who don't under-
stand conversation clearly
*)For those who have been
told nothing can be done
to help them hear more
clearly
* For those who presently
wear a hearing aid but
want to hear more clearly.
"FREE TEST"
Friday, Oct. 14
9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon
AT
Campbell's Drug
S Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, FLorida
Qualified Specialist from
WATSON HEARING AID CENTER
Marianna, Florida


/ir D Ct. 29


Lee Parker, after consulting
with each officer to be
named that each has ample
time and a real desire to
serve the best interests of St.
Joseph Bay Chapter of the
AARP, presented the follow-
ing 1984 slate: President,
Stiles Brown; First Vice
President, Dot Pfost; Second
Vice-President, Rena Huie;
Treasurer, Louise Schwei-
kert; Two Assistant Trea-
surers in charge of badges,


Margaret Nichols and Helen
Durant; Secretary, James
Dumas; To the Board of
Directors, Ted Frary.
A fine slide lecture about
the beauty of T. H. Stone
State Park was given by
Ranger Milton Wynn, and
much enjoyed by all.
Delicious refreshments
were served during the
friendship hour at the close of
the program.


Mr. and Mrs. N. Douglas
Baldwin of Port St. Joe
celebrated their 50th Wed-
ding Anniversary, October 8,
with a family buffet luncheon
at the Harbour House Res-
taurant, Panama City.


The family c
held on Sunday, Se
was hosted by the
and grandchildren
verly A. Baldwin
Md.; Mr. and Mr
Baldwin, of Conr


Presbyterian Women

Met October 3 at Beach


The Presbyterian Women
of the Church met with Mrs.
John Robert Smith of St. Joe
Beach Monday, October 3.
Mrs. William Pfost gave
the devotional based on
scripture from 2 Samuel,
Chapters 11-14. Mrs. Pfost
began the devotional asking,
"What is the purpose of a
parable?" She received se-
veral answers: "To make
you look at yourself", "To
see yourself as others see
you," "A story of what you
have been doing to others."
Mrs. Pfost then related the
two -parables concerning


David.
Mrs. Ernest Hendricks
gave an outline of her plans
for the children's Sunday
school class, the first class to
be held Sunday, October 9, at
10:00 a.m.
Mrs. Jacque Price then
began the duties of president
for the remainder of the
1983-84 term.
The November meeting
date has been changed to
October 31, at the home of
Mrs. Harold Beyer in Mexico
Beach. Mrs. Sidney Brown
will give the devotional.


MR. AND MRS. BALDWIN


The Student Council of Port
St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School
wishes to honor its former
varsity cheerleaders for
Homecoming, November 4.
All former varsity cheerlead-
ers of Port St. Joe High and


WE'E OU
DEPEDABL
PHAMAISTO


Washington High (or close
relatives of former cheer-
leaders) are asked to write
Port St. Joe High or tele-
phone the school office, 229-
8251, for additional informa--
tion. The former cheerlead-
ers are asked to give their
maiden name, year of cheer-
leading, and present address.

The Homecoming football
game will be Friday night,
November 4 with the Sharks
playing. Rickards High of
Tallahassee.


vins Have


Anniversary
celebration Ms. Natania Baldwin, of
aptember 4, Conroe, Texas; and Mr. and
Dir children Mrs. John Baldwin, of Hou-
n, Ms. Be- ston, Texas.
of Crofton, Family attending the lun-
s. Douglas cheon included: Mrs. Evelyn
oe, Texas; White of Jacksonville; Ms.
Sherry White of Jackson-
ville; David White and his
son, John, of Neptune Beach;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Toole,
of Ft. Walton Beach, and
their daughter, Donna, of
Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs.
Hal Miller of San Antonio,
Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Millard
Toole of Columbus, Georgia;
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Walker of
Jacksonville; Stephen Wal-
ker and friend, Ms. Julie
Cummings of Jacksonville;
.y Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Owens
S and their daughter, Michelle,
of Wewahitchka; Mrs. Ruby
/ Grant of Wewahitchka; Mr.
and Mrs. Rudy Gaskin, Sr. of
Wewahitchka; Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Tommey of Columbus,
S Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Clark, Sr. of Fortson, Ga.;
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Clark,
Jr. of Fortson, Ga.; Andrew
Clark and friend, Ms. Alice
Rowland, of Athens, Ga.; Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Ned Baldwin of
Sit;i Millbrook, Ala.; Mr: and
! i Mrs. W. L. Hurst and sons,
Blountstown; Mr. and Mrs.
Buddy Baldwin of Altha; Mr.
and Mrs. John Rand Baldwin

Mrs. John Edwin Baldwin of
Paxton.


Jim Brown Is

Elected to Post

Jim Brown, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter L. Brown of Port
St. Joe, has recently been
elected to the post of Fresh-
man Class SAC Representa-
tive for the 1983-84 school
year at Huntingdon College
in Montgomery, Alabama.
Huntingdon College, a Me-
thodist-related, four year li-
beral arts college, is cele-
brating its 130th anniversary,
and boasts an enrollment of
approximately 750 students.


Mr. and Mrs. Theo Bishop
are happy to announce the
engagement and approach-
ing marriage of their grand-
daughter, Sherrie Lynn Hug-
gins, to William Michael
Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Lynch, all of Port St. Joe.
Sherrie is a 1983 graduate
of Port St. Joe High School,


and is presently attending
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege.
Mike is a 1981 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School, and
is employed with St. Joe
Paper Company.
Final wedding plans will be
announced at a later date.


END OF SUMMER SALE
Chain Link and Wood Privacy Fencing
Rail Fencing Kennels Privacy Slats

CALL

GULF COAST FENCE CO.
EXPERT INSTALLATION FINANCING AVAILABLE
229-8488
MIKE ROLLINS, Owner 412 Monument Ave.


Smoke Alarms On

Sale by VFD Aux.


Prescriptions are filled accurately
and quickly with the finest phar-
maceutical products available.
Call us dday or night for prescrip-
tion emergencies at: 648-5071.


Gifts Jewelry Greeting Cards
At
: CAMPBELL'S ANNEX
S228 Reid Avenue



CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
Phone 227-1224 or 227-1441 210 Reid Ave.
I ie


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


* HEATING: Natural Gas,
Electric & Oil


The Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Mexico Beach Volunteer
Fire Department met in the
Fire Hall on Thursday, Octo-
ber 6, at 7 P.M. with Jean
Heathcock, president, con-
ducting the meeting.
Fire Prevention Week is
October 9 to 15, and it was
pointed out that the auxiliary
will continue to sponsor the
sale of smoke alarm detec-
tors during the month of
October, selling'them at cost.
The volunteer firemen will
install these smoke alarms
with no charge for their
service. The. smoke alarms
not only help to protect lives
but also property in the event
of a fire. The First Alert
smoke detector is highly
recommended, takes up very
little space, and is operated
by a 9-volt battery. To
purchase one, which may
prove a life-saver, call the
Town Hall and leave a
message for the Fire Chief;
or call Jean Heathcock,
648-5621; or any member of
the Ladies' Auxiliary, or
volunteer fireman.
Visions of the 1982 Child-


* MAJOR APPLIANCES
All Major Models


* ELECTRICAL PLUMBING REFRIGERATORS
and FREEZERS


DAN I ELS SERVICE COMPANY
Phone 229-8416 or 227-1954 Port St. Joe


ren's Christmas party came
into view, and plans are now
underway for the 1983 party,
with the able assistance f
Dana Angerer, and her com-
mittee.
To the newcomers to Meii-
co Beach, an invitation is
extended to attend the next
meeting of the Auxiliary, in
the Fire Hall on 14th Street,
on Thursday, November 3, at
7 P.M. Central time. Please
note that the meeting night
h& been changed, and the
auxiliary will now meet the
first Thursday of each
month.

Den Mothers

Needed for Cubs
If you are looking for a jpb
with personal rewards then
this is for you. Cub Scout Den
mothers are needed in Port
St. Joe. If you would like 'to
share your patience, caring,
skills and time for an enjdy-
able and worthwhile cause,
then please call Sue Murphy
at 229-8950 or Greg Turner at
227-1328 for more informa-
tion. Won't you please help a
Cub Scout?


Garden Club

Meeting Today
The Port St. Joe Garden
Club will meet Thursday,
October 13 at 2 p.m. at the
Garden Center on 8th Street.(
Eula Dickey and Jeri Ash-
craft will demonstrate how to
make shell flowers. All in-(
terested ladies are invited to
attend.


ATTENTION!
Complete
DOG
GROOMING
Now Available
In This Area
For Your Appointmenl
or More Information
Call Donna at
227-1495


TONY AND TANYA


Couple to Wed


Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.
Cannon are proud to announ-
ce the engagement of their
daughter, Tanya Carole Can-
non to Anthony (Tony)
Dwayne Strange, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Strange of
Wewahitchka.
Tanya is a 1979 graduate of
Port St. Joe, Jr.-Sr. High
School, and presently em-


played at Florida National
Bank. Tony is a 1977 gradu-
ate of Wewahitchka High
School, and is presently
employed at St. Joe Paper
Co.
A January wedding is
planned for the couple, and
final arrangements will be
announced at a later date.


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Sherrie Lynn Huggins William Michael Lynch


Engaged


Former Cheerleaders to be

Honored at Homecoming


= APPLIANCE REPAIR


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PAGE FOUR


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 'TIIUMSDAY, OCT. 13, 19933










Breakfast Meeting at

H. V. Elementary


The Highland View Ele-
meptary School will have its
first breakfast meeting for
parents and teachers on
Wednesday, October 19 be-
ginning at 7:30 A.M. This is
an excellent opportunity for
you to meet your child's
teacher and principal and
discuss your child's pro-
gress, and also for you to
learn some of the goals the
administration has for our


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. OCT. 13, 1983 PAGE FIVE


Pre-School Screening


Clinic Planned Oct.


school.
The GulfCo. School Board
has agreed to give $500 extra
budget money to the school in
Gulf County that has the
highest percentage of parent
participation. Please plan to
attend and support your
child's school. There will be
supervision for the children
at this time, and everyone is
urged to attend.


m.




L I' I


Poster winners were chosen for the an-
nual Halloween Carnival last Friday at
Highland View Elementary School. Fourth


THE CHOSEN

Gospel Sing Features

"The Chosen" Singers


Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church will have a
Gospel Sing on Wednesday,
October 19, beginning at 7:18
p.m.
Featured will be The
Chosen Sing"s. The group is
composed oi Milton Ostran-
4ler, formerly with the Sego's
tnd the Lesters; William
Pippin, formerly of the Sego
Brothers and Naomi; and
#eanie Cameron, formerly of
The Telestials and the Les-
Everyone is cordially in-
vited to attend. For further


information call 229-6271 or
227-1837.
Ladies Plan

Golf Tourney
A Ladies Fall Golf Tourna-
ment will be held Wednesday
and Thursday, October 19th
and 20th, with a 9:30 Shot
Gun start.
Ladies wishing to partici-
pate may sign up in the pro
shop at St. Joseph Bay
Country Club.


Holy GhostlRevival
Hwy. 71 and Knowles Avenue

October 17-28
Services 7:30 P.M., Nightly
6:00 P.M. Sunday


Si


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH,
22ad Street e Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister
WORSHIPSERVICE ............... 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHURCHSCHOOL ............... 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) 6:OOP.M.,C.S.T.



Ml-d I&A..61 ('A.FCA
Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
Rev. Alvin N. Harbour, Pastor
CHURCHSCHOOL ..................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNINGWORSHIP .................. 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................... 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ...... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ....... 7:30 P.M.


DAVID RICHYS

Foodliner. drmwipshlk

205 Third St, Port St Joe


Invites You to Meet Their New
Meat Market Manager,
DARRYL CHITTY
Mr. Chitty has 20 years experience in cut-
ting meats, and would t:qp happytp cViscuss
'with you anything concerning the. meat
market, or any special cuts of meat which
you desire.
He resides at 1004 Garrison Ave., with his
wife, Margaret, and their two children,
Stacie and Derrick. They attend the
Assembly of God Church in Highland
View.


P.AJLLau~bIlTER


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e It sends out heat 35 or more degrees
lower than the heat from a gas fur-
nace.
It will cost hundreds of dollars more
to heat your home this winter than
with a gas furnace.


The average cost of quantities of energy with equal heating values Is $2.92 for
natural gas and $13.57 for electricity.
"Gas gives you more for your money"



STo JOE NATURAL GAS COMPANY
301 Long Avenue Port St Joe, Rorlds Phone 2294 i


25


There will be a free Pre-
school Screening Clinic for
children ages three, four and
five years on October 25 at
Port St. Joe Elementary,.and
November I at Wewahitchka
Elementary School Unton
Site.
The Gulf County School
Board, in cooperation with
the Florida Diagnostic and
Learning Resources System-


PAEC is sponsoring these
community service pro-
grams to screen preschool
children to detect potential
problems a child may en-
counter. Screening will be
done from 9: 00 A.M. to 11: 30
A.M. for children whose last
names begin with letters A-L.
Children whose last names
begin with letters M-Z will be
screened from 12:00 until'


2:00 P.M. All children must :
be accompanied by a parent -
or legal guardian.
For further informationt-
call Mrs. Helen Ramsey at
227-1558.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT-
Pam and David Arnette Of
Bascom announce the birth...
of their son, William David.. -
Arnette, IV on September 10-
at the Southeast Alabama
Medical Center in Dothap,.-
Alabama. Will weighed 8 lbs.
.9 ozs., and was 20 inches long.
Welcoming her baby brother
home was Leigh, who is four-,-.-.
years old.
Proud grandparents are'-'
Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Burch of
Port St. Joe, and Mr. and
Mrs. William David Arnette,
Jr. of Allentown.


grade winners are shown above: from left,


St. Joseph Bay Chapter
Daughters of the American
Revolution meets Wednes-
day, October 19, at noon at
the Garden Center. Mrs.
Nobie Stone will have the
program on the Treaty of
Paris as part of the Bicenten-
nial year celebration of this
vital and historic event in the
life of the United States of
America- a reminder to all
that there are at least. two
parts to any war; the fighting
on the, battlefield and the
settlement when the war is
over.
All members are reminded
to bring gifts for the veterans
in Gainesville and to pay
dues.
Hostesses for first


meeting of the 1963-84' year
are Mrs. Thomas A. Owens,
Mrs. Paul Johnsen, Mrs.
Charles Smith, and Mrs.
Winston Wells. Mrs. Ralph
Swatts, Regent, will preside.
Luncheon will be served by
members of the Garden Club.

CARD OF THANKS
We would ike to expess our
sincere thanks to you for
your prayers, flowers, food,
cards and many acts of
Christian love shown us
during Mrs. Rich's stay in
the hospital. Her surgery was
a success.
May God richly bless each
of you.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich
and family


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Gold Hat home, compliments
of NAPA Filters.


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The annual Halloween Car-
nival will be on Saturday,
October 22, beginning with a
great parade at 12:30. The
parade will start at the
Highlandview Baptist
Church and make its way
along the streets to the
school. The Port St. Joe Ifigh
School marching band will be
there, along with a police
escort and the fire truck.
There will be a costume
judging contest in the school
cafeteria at 1: 00. The judging
will be done by age and grade
levels, and prizes will be


given for the winners in each
division.
The carnival chairman has
planned great food and fun
booths for everyone. All your
favorites will be there, such
as the cake walk, fish pond,
dart throw, gold fish toss,
and a new one, a shooting
gallery. Make your plans
now to attend the Highland
View Elementary School
Halloween Carnival. Spend
the afternoon, and enjoy a
time of fun for the entire
family.


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Attention to the archery
season shifts to the Pan-
handle of the state as the
season opens in the north-
west region on Saturday,
October 15, and the season
closes in the remainder of the
state on Sunday, October 16.
The northwest region's ar-
chery season will close on
November 13. All counties in
the Panhandle west of Madi-
son and Taylor counties are
in the northwest region.
Archers will be able to
take:, deer (except spotted
fawns), turkey, squirrel,
quail, rabbit and wild hogs.
Game may be taken only
with a bow.
The law prohibits the use
of: crossbows, arrows with
explosive and drug-injecting
devices, ,and also prohibits
the taking of deer from
Moving vehicles, possession

DEADLINE LOOMS
ON QUOTA HUNT PERMIT
Hunters have less than two
weeks to apply to the Game
and-Presh Water Fish Com-
mission's Tallahassee office
for their nine-day quota hunt
permits. The deadline for
applications is Friday, Octo-
ber 21.
The permits are now being
issued on a first-come, first-
served basis. The permits
are required for hunting on
most wildlife management
areas during the first nine
days of the general gun
season.
Quota hunt applications
and instruction sheets are
available from all county tax
collectors, and their sub-
agents.

DOG TOUGHENING
SEASON ENDS OCT 20
The Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission
would like to remind hunters
that the deer dog toughening
season, which began October
1, ends Thursday, October 20.
Hunters must possess a
hunting license when train-
ing or toughening dogs and
firearms and bows 'are pro-
hibited during this time. Dog
toughening is not allowed on
wildlife management areas
unlIss it is specifically au-
thorized, so hunters should
check the regulations on the
wildlife management area
hunt maps.


or use of firearms while
archery hunting, and the use
of unleashed dogs while
archery hunting.

Must Certify

for Commodity
Those people who have
been receiving commodities
in the past and want to
continue receiving them
must be re-certified. If
you've missed the re-certi-
fying clinic on September -
12th and 13th, come by the
Mosquito Control on 10th
Street, between 1:00 and 4:00 -
p.m. Monday through Thurs-
day, to be re-certified.
Note: People eligible for
commodities. will not receive
them unless they are recerti-
fied, also you must now go to
Mosquito Control for re-certi-
fication, not the Centennial
Building.
Choir Marking

Anniversary
New Bethel A.M.E. Choir
No. 2 will celebrate its third
anniversary Sunday, October
15 at 4:00 P.M. Guest choir
will be Gospel Temple Free-
will Baptist Church of Pana-
ma City.
A pre-anniversary Song-
fest will be held Thursday
evening, October 13, at 7:30
P.M. Choirs of the city and
surrounding areas will parti-
cipate. Everyone is invited to |
attend these services. The I
church is located at 146
Avenue C, Rev. T. Andrews,
Pastor.


Pvt. Hamre

In Germany
Pvt. Andrew C. Hamre, son
of John A. and Phyllis M.
Hamre of 4116 Sue Lane,
Panama City, has arrived for
duty in Landstuhl, West
Germany.
* Hamre, a behavioral-
science specialist with the
7th Medical Command, was
previously assigned at Fort
Sam Houston, Texas.
His wife, Pennsri, is the
daughter of Leon Sheppard of
Rural Route 2, Wewahitchka.
The. private is a 1982
graduate of Rutherford High
School, Springfield.


Keep Perfect Record with A 40-0 Win; Face Blountstown Tigers
really no contest as into the ranks of the state- stadium. Apalach 20 to the goal line, mate, carrying the ball 10
St. Joe Sharks took wide ratings for the first time Port St. Joe started the with Mike Pittman plunging times for 100 yards.
h win in a row and in nearly four years. Sports- scoring on an Apalachicola over from the one yard line. Sidney Harris had 32 yards
d its stingy ways for writers decided Port St. Joe's fumble. Mike Quinn recover- It wasn't long until Sidney on four carries; Curtis Ray
scores to be run up record was good enough to ed the loose ball on Apalachi- Harris had scooped up yet a carried the ball five times for
them. The Sharks place them number nine in cola's first play and two third Apalachicola fumble, 29 yards; Stan Peters, five
d only seven points state 2-A standings. Ninth in plays later, Sidney Harris but this time the Sharks gave carries for 23 yards; Mike
against them thus far a ranking of 10 teams isn't broke to the outside for a 17 it up on downs. The Sharks Quinn, one carry for 10
eason. These seven bad, statewide, when you yard scoring gallop, never punted all night long. yards; Robert Taylor, two
ame at the hand of have been ignored for so The third score of the carries and six yards; Char-
ley Tigers, the only long. Two plays later, Apalachi- period came when David les Byrd, one and four and
ble opposition the Port St. Joe had 14 points cola fumbled again and this Bearden intercepted a Mike Robert Harris, four yards in
s faced. on the board in the first time, Stan Peters picked up Howze pass at the Apalachi- three carries.
winning, 40-0 over period before everyone could the loose ball. On three cola 48. Two plays later, FRIDAY NIGHT
achicola Sharks, the get through the'turnstiles at straight running plays, the Pittman snaked through the Friday night, the Sharks
Joe Sharks jumped Apalachicola and get into the Sharks had moved from the Apalach defense for 33 yards are at home to Blountstown.
and the score. The Tigers are always tough


Charles Byrd (1) throws a block for tough yards.
Mike Quinn (25) as he makes a couple of --Star photos


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Robert Harris of the St. Joe Sharks Is shown tackline An-
thony Williams (21) of Apalachicola.


Hunter's Safety


Course Offered


The Gulf County Coopera-
tive Extension Service in
conjunction with the Wewa-
hitchka Community Services
is offering a Hunter's Safety
Course. The course will con-
vene Monday, October 17, at
Wewahitchka High School at
6:00 P.M., C.S.T.
The primary purpose of the
course is to teach proper gun
handling in circumstances
relating to hunting. However,


more than that, it offers the
opportunity for a youngster
or adult to become familiar
with the fundamentals of
firearms handling and fire-
arms safety while at the
same time, opening the possi-
bility of an interesting, and
challenging hobby.
The course includes a
minimum of 12 hours of
classroom time, including
firearms law and Florida's
wildlife code, safety gun
handling, firearm and cart-
ridge nomenclature, hunting
ethics, wildlife identification
and management, survival,
field first aid, marksman-
ship, fundamentals of ar-
chery, and blackpowder fire-
arms use.
Some parents may feel
uneasy about allowing their
children to use firearms, but
should be equally concerned
that children learn the pro-
per respect and use, of
fiearms.
For more information con-
terning this course, contact
the Cooperative Extension
Service, 229-6123, or Wewa
Community Service, 639-
2999.
Gators Meet

FAMU Friday
After a week off to re-group
their forces, the Wewahitch-
ka Gators will take to the
gridiron again Friday night.
The Gators will be at home
to FAMU High of Tallahas-
see, in their third home game
of the season.
Game time is 8:00 p.m.,
Central time.


The Sharks scored twice
more in the second period,
once on an Apalachicola
fumble in the end zone, which
was covered by Jim Norton
and once on a three yard run
by Josh Jenkins.
The Sharks then turned the
game over to the bench for
the rest of the game to keep
from running the score up.
Even so, with Jenkins in
for a breather play in the
third period, he took off
through the middle of the line
for a 12 yard gallop and the
touchdown.
Chris Butts kicked four
extra points and missed two
for the night.
There's no telling how
many points the Sharks could
have put on the board, but, as
Coach Shaw Maddox said,
"We tried to hold it down.
There was no use beating
their kitds to death."
After being out a week with
an injured ankle, Josh Jen-
kins made an auspicious
return, carrying the ball 18
times for 109 yards and two
touchdowns.
Mike Pittman, who carried
the brunt of the running
chores while Jenkins was
out, out-rushed his team-


Friday
with the Sharks and this
Friday promises to be no
exception.
The only common foe of
both the Sharks and Tigers
this year was Chipley. Chip-
ley defeated the Tigers by
one touchdown at the begin-
ning of the season.
THE YARDSTICK
PSJ Apal
First downs 15 4
Passes 6-3-64 4-0-0
Rush yards 50-284 33-6
Punts 0 4-32.5
Fumbles, lost 5-2 9-5
Penalties 8-90 5-35


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


onor


Rolls


Port St. Joe Elementary School Honor Students


Port St. Joe Elementary
School announces the Honor
Roll for the first six weeks
grading period.

ALL A's
Grade one: Pam Barnhill,


Dyshanda Boykins, Chris Bu-
chanan, Davida Byrd, Casey
Dryden, Angela Griffin,
Cheyenne Harrison, Steven
Hatcher, Minnie Lynn, Clay
Magidson, Dacole McCloud,
Michael Mock, Jonathan


Pierce, Leigh Simmons, Neil
WhiteEagle, Casey Witten.
Grade two: Melissa Ander-
son, Shannan Antley, Bryan
Butts, Christy Chancey, Clay
Cox, Lee Duren, Racheal
Dykes, Shannon Griffin, Eeth


Harbour, Timothy Hatcher,
Christie McCulley, Joey
Newberry, Chris Nixon, Erin
Oliver, Jamie Parrish, Niki
Tannehill, Nichole Wilder,
Brian Wombles.
Grade three: Dedrick


Junior-Senior High School Honor Roll Students


Port St. Joe Junior-Senior
High School announces the
Honor Roll for the first six
weeks grading period.
ALL A's
Seventh grade: Yolanda.
Daniels, Joseph Evans,
Wendy Groos, Stacy Kemp,
Tracy Melvin, Michael
Ramsey, Kristin Totman.
Eighth grade: None
Ninth grade: Lee Parker,
David Staab, Nancy Stouta-
mire.
Tenth grade: None
Eleventh grade: None
Twelfth grade: Leann
Clenney, Marcia Stoutamire.
V.E. 7-12: None
ALL A's & B's
Seventh grade: Stacy


Barnhill, Mark Baysden,
Lance Campbell, Lori Car-
ter, Timothy Davis, Russell
Funderburk, Casi Anita Gan-
dy, KaTonya Gardner, Ri-
chard Griffin, Carolyn How-
ell, Patricia Lee, Mickey
Lewter, Margaret C. Maige,
Mitchell McChristian, Chris-
tine McDaniel, Daniel Mo-
ree, Richard Nedley, George
Newsome, Sharon Rice, Cy-
rus Riley, Hannon Smith,
Paule M. Taylor, Robert
VanPieterson, Christopher
Wall, Tammy Williams.
Eighth grade: Tracy
Fields, Candy Foster, Mi-
chelle Hicks, Steven Howell,
Kelli Kirkland, Ann Laluzer-
ne, Lisa Mahlkov, John Rich-


ter, Theresa Ulry.
Ninth grade: Twila Burns,
Laura- Butts, Theresa Can-
non, Debbie Davis, April
Fadio, Teresa Jones, Howard
Richards, Angela D. Smith,
Laura VanPieterson, Chris-
tina Weber, Robert Young.
Tenth grade:. Lynn Aman,
Tiffany Carr, Lisa Grace,
Lucretia Hamilton, Michelle
Jenkins, Brett Kelley, San-
dra King, Tammy Miller,
Martin Perry, Jill Strait.
Eleventh grade: Angela
Barbee, Karen Bolden, Mit-
chell Bouington, Chris Butts,
Tommy Chavous, Kris Co-
zart, Fred Gray, Tracy Jen-


kins, Reed McFarland, Sta-
cey O'Shall, Matt Taylor.
Twelfth grade: Tim Ard,
Tony Beard, Monica Ber-
geron, Tiffany Burns, John
Cassani, Stacy Creel, Robin
Heacock, Seth Howard, Keith
Jones, Traci McClain, Connie
Plair, Kim Robinson, Pam
Sanborn, Patricia Tapper,
Robert Taylor.
ALL B's
Seventh grade: Shayla An-
thony.
Eleventh grade: Travis
Pridgeon.
Twelfth grade: Lisa Marie
Whaley, George Williams,
Brandy Wood, Melissa Wood.


Listed... I


Alexander, Amy Buchanan,
Jodi Mapes, Nancy Monroe,
Chuck Watson, Michael Wat-
son, Timothy Whitfield.
Grade four: Pam Bowen,
Shelly Campbell, Kellie Mo-
ree, Patricia Nedley, Maria
Perry.
Grade five: Roy Campbell,
Gwen WhiteEagle.
Grade six: None
Exceptional Student Edu-
cation: Eric Thomas.
ALL A's and B's
Grade one: Heavenly Bai-
ley, Chris Brant, Damien
Byrd, Shawn Carter, Brian
Cathy, Dave Davis, Teresa
Evensen, Johnny Gainer, Na-
talie Gant, Shaunna Griffin,
Alice Kennington, Teresa
Lee, Michael Leslie, Delana
Linton, Christopher Mock,
Charlotte Peterson, Eva
Quinn, Katie Richardson,
Tyrek Thomas, Laura We-
ber, Shelly Weston, Joy Wea-
therspoon, Fred Willis.
Grade two: Kelly Burkett,
Corey Dupree, David Good-
son, Kevin Lee, Allen Mar-


shall, Heather McCall, Sha-
londa McNeal, Rusty Ming-
er, Pausha Pendarvis, David
Pool, Eric Ramsey, Andy
Smith, Mandi Stafford,
Adam Taylor, Mindy Whit-
field, Latoriya Williams, Ri-
chard Wood, Kelli Yeager.
Grade three: Cedrick Alex-
ander, Bradley Buzzett, Mi-
chael Evans, Tappan Gandy,
Heath Gentry, Heather John-
son, Crystal Kennington, Ap-
ril Little, Sherry Ludlam,
Brian McLeod, Lacrethia
Middleton, Kristen Nichols,
Arion Nickson, Lajuan
Quinn, Leah Ray, Tina Rich,
Vincent Taylor, Terrance
Williams, Travis Williams,
Anaiisa-Wood.
Grade four: Tenesa
Adams, Norton Arrant,
Shaun Butler, Scott Boykins,
Joy Carter, Teleshi Daniels,
Mari-Pat Donohoe, Elitha
Gant, Rachel Higdon, Brian
Hill, Jason Lee, Brian Le-
mieux, Kristy Melvin, Ma-
thew Pate, Jenny Simmons,
Paquetta Thomas, Jason
White, Jamey Wilder.
Grade five: Lisa Atkins,


Chris Cox, David Fernandez,
Patrick Freeman, Lori Gen-
try, Scott Godwin, Kyle Grif-
fin, David Groos, Erich Hoh-
man, Ron Kegley, Rachel
McCulley, Vivian Miller,
Paula Pendarvis, Ben Russ, Sherwin.Williams
Matthew Taylor, Stephen
White. PAINTS
Grade six: Larry Byrd,
Mark Godwin, Amanda Jack- Now At
son, Tim Kerigan, John Western Auto
Moore, Alicia Peterson.
Exceptional Student Edu- NMo 227-1105
cation: Adam Cantley.


HIGHLAND VIEW

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


Gulf Library


Advisory Board


Discusses Funds


The Gulf County Library
Advisory Board met. August
30 ini the conference room of
the Gibsoh Library in Port
St. Joe, to discuss the 1984
budget. Members present
were Nolan Treglown, Ca-
rolyni White, Paul Grpom,
Betty McNeill and Jacquelyn
Quarles. R. E. Fosteri Direc-
tor of the Northwest Regional
Library System submitted a
proposed budget with expla-
nations of expenditures and
of sources of funding. Joyce
Damiecker, Supervisor of
Adult Services, Deanne Cof-
field, Administrative, and
Jean Faliski, Port .St. Joe
Libiraiaii assisted Mr. os-N
19) ter in the presentation. After
a few changes resulting, in
more funds being allocated
for books, materials and
personnel, the budget was
approved by the Board.


4 GOOD
I'f SEASONS
to see our good
neighbor agent








CAR HOME
LIFE HEALTH

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



STATE FARM
INSURANCE C IE


, Funding of the local libra-
ries is by means of county
funds, state and. regional
incentive aid, aid from the
City of Port St. Joe, and
copier revenues. The City of
Wewahitchka has also been
approached for funding, as
well as Mexico Beach. It was
brought to the Board's atten-
tion that the .largest number
of library users were school-
age children who come after
school hours, especially for
research. A suggestion was
made that the schools be
contacted for financial. help.
(A need for up-to-date refer-
ence.. materials was made
known at this time). Gifts
from service clubs, church-
es, and individuals have been
put into accounts with the
interest being used to buy
new books for the local
library.
A note of thanks was made
by the Library Board to Mrs.
Mickey Friedman and her
mother, Mrs. Laura Geddie,
for the Library's share of the
proceeds from the sale of
Mrs. Friedman's book, "Hur-
ricane Season.". This thank
you was extended to all those
who helped make the book
signing occasion a success.
Mrs. Faliski was asked if
there were any special equip-
ment needs, and she stated
the need of an overhead
projector.
There was no.further busi-
ness and the group %was
adjourned after reminding
the members of the regular
meeting to be held Monday,.
October 17th at 4:30 Eastern
time in Wewahitchka.

Gym Hours
Effective .October 1, the
operating hours of the Ele-
mentary School Gym are as
follows:
Open to the public- Mon-
day, 7:00-10:00 p.m.; Wed-
nesday, 7:00-10:00 p.m.; and
Thursday, 8:15-10:00 p.m.


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HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD

"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... 70:00A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 700 P.M


Pastor Ira J. Nichols


NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227.1213
Rev. Theodore Andrews, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL....;................. 9:30A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................... 6:00 P.M.

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


PAGE SEVEN











PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1983


MINUTES Gulf County School Board


The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on September 6, 1983 at 5:30
PM in the Gulf County
Courthouse in Port St. Joe.
The following members were
present: Ted Whitfield, Way-
Ion Graham, Gene Raffield,
Paul Sewell, Oscar Redd.
The Superintendent was also
present.
Chairman Whitfield pre-
sided and the meeting was
opened with prayer by Sewell
and followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
The Superintendent pre-
sented the proposed budget
for the 1983-84 school year.
There was no response from
the general public.
Dawn Gresham and Wayne
Land met with the Board and
presented a brief description
and intent of the band
program at Port St. Joe High
and Wewahitchka High
School. The Board thanked
the instructors for their
presentation.
A motion was made by
Graham, second by Redd to
approve the minutes of Au-
gust 2, 1983. The vote was
carried.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Graham, the
Board unanimously ap-
proved the following consent
agenda items:
Approved Winston Wells to
continue as Principal Desig-
nee at Highland View Ele-
mentary School for the 1983-
84 school year;
Approved Alisa Walker as
music teacher at Highland
View Elementary School for
three hours per day, one day
a week;
Approved Barbara Eells as
part time guidance counselor
at Highland View Elemen-
tary School for the 1983-84
school year. The Board ap-
proved Miss Eells out-of-field
for this position;
Approved the employment
of Sarah Keith with the
school food service program
at Wewahitchka Elementary
for the 1983-84 school year;
Approved the employment


of Sarah Keith with the
school food service program
at Wewahitchka Elementary
School for 3% hours per day;
Approved the employment
of Kathryn Corley as gui-
dance counselor at Port St.
Joe High School;
Approved the employment
of Donna Pate as Finance
Officer (Secretary) at Port
St. Joe High School. This is a
twelve month position;
Approved the following
teachers at Port St. Joe High
School to teach out-of-field
for the 1983-84 school year:
Carl White, Christine White,
Virginia Campbell, Joseph
Walker, Alisa Walker, Mari-
on Craig;
Approved the appointment
of Yvonne Atchison to serve
as temporary manager at
Highland View Lunchroom
due to the illness of Lou
Eaker;
Approved the employment
of Carol Kelley and Sara Jo
Wooten to teach in the adult
program;
Approved Joe Brock for
trash pickup and removal
from Highland View Elemen-
tary School for the school
year 1983-84;
Approved Barbara Shirley
and Temple Watson to serve
along with the peer teachers
in the Beginning Teacher
Program;
Approved the appointment
of Herman Jones to serve on
the PAEC-TEC Council;
The Board reviewed cor-
respondence from Mrs. Lois
Byrd and the AAU Basket-
ball State Champs thanking
the board for the help given
in making the trip to Indiana.
The Board also reviewed a
note of thanks from Tres
Parker for the plaque pre-
sented to him as the recipient
of The Zola Maddox Memori-
al Award. No action neces-
sary;
The Board reviewed cor-
respondence from The Gulf
County Guidance Clinic and
approved Betty Donohoe's
employment in the capacity
of Classroom Teacher for


Elementary Emotionally
Handicapped Students.
On motion by Graham,
second by Raffield, the
Board unanimously ap-
proved Internal Accounts for
all schools for the 1982-83
school year.
On motion by Graham,
second by Redd, the Board
unanimously approved the
following personnel matters
for the 1983-84 school year;
Approved the employment
of Leann Clenney, a DCT
student, to work in the
Finance Department of the
School Board 3 hours per
day;
Approved the hours of
Franklin Filmore and Jo-
sephine Frazier be increased
from five hours to seven
hours per day;
Approved the recommen-
dation that Les Gortman be
moved from Maintenance III
to Maintenance II and Mike
Knepley be moved from
Maintenance II to Main-
tenance I, effective Septem-
ber 1, 1983;
Approved the following
teachers to teach out-of-field
at Wewahitchka High School
for the 1983-84 school year:
Betty Bidwell, Dawn Gre-
sham, Sharon Gaskin, Eliza-
beth Rice, Larry Mathes,
Betty Ann Owens;
Approved the following
personnel for extra compen-
satory positions:
Wewahitchka High School:
Athletic Director, D. L.
Owens; Head Varsity Foot-
ball, D. L. Owens; Assistant
Varsity Football, Charles
Fortner; Assistant Varsity
Football, Gary Speights; Ju-
nior High Football, Jim
McLeod; Boy's Varsity Bas-
ketball, Gary Speights;
Boy's J. V. Basketball, Gary
Speights; Junior High Bas-
ketball, Larry Mathes; Girl's
Basketball, Charles Fortner;
Baseball, Larry Mathes;
Baseball (Assistant), Gary
Speights; Softball (Girl's),
Charles Fortner; Track,
Open; Annual Sponsor, Eli-
zabeth Rice;. Senior Spon-
sors, Betty Bidwell, Sara Joe
Wooten; Junior Sponsors,
Carol Kelley, Elizabeth
Rice; Cheerleader Sponsors,
Bennye- "Lon Glaze, -Kim
Mathes; Band, Dawn Gre-
sham; .Principal Designee,
Larry Mathes, Betty Bidwell.
Port St. Joe High School:
Senior High Cheerleader
Sponsor, Martha Sanborn;
Junior Varsity Cheerleader
Sponsor, Judy Williams; Ju-
nior High Cheerleader Spon-
sor, Martha Sanborn and
Judy Williams; Band Direc-
tor, Wayne Land; Assistant.
Band Helper, Cindy Belin;
Athletic Director, Shaw Mad-
dox; Varsity Football Coach,
Shaw Maddox; Assistant
Football Coach (Varsity),
John Hicks; Varsity Track
Coach, TBA; Assistant Var-
sity Football Coach, Kesley
Colbert; Assistant Varsity
Football Coach, Dennis Kiz-
ziah; Assistant Baseball
Coach, TBA; Girls Varsity
Basketball Coach, TBA;
Girls Varsity Softball Coach,
TBA; 'Varsity Basketball,
Boys, James Belin; Junior
High Football, Grades 7&8,
-James Belin; Junior Varsity
Basketball, Boys, William
Lane; Junior High Football,
Grades 798, William Lane;
Junior High Basketball,.
Grades 7&8, John Hicks;
Junior Varsity Football,
Christopher Earley; Varsity
Wrestling coach, Charles
Regner; Assistant Wrestling
Coach, Roy Baysden; Junior
Varsity Football, Wayne Ste-
vens; Varsity Baseball
Coach, Dennis Kizziah; Juni-
or Sponsors, Virginia Camp-
bell, Minnie Likely, Gregg
Burch, Clarence Monette;
Senior Sponsors, Roy Bays-
den, Alice Machen, Sarah
Turner; Yearbook Sponsor,
Clarence Monette; Assistant
Track Coach, Not approved
at this time.
Approved the employment
of David Langston at Port St.
Joe Elementary School for
3 hours per day. The Board
approved Mr. Langston out-
of-field for this position;
Approved the employment
of Sherry Jones as a student
worker in the office at Port
St. Joe High School under the
Work Study Vo Ed Grant;
Approved the employment
of Alisa Walker to teach
music at Port St. Joe High


School three hours per day at
an hourly rate of an annual
contract teacher;
Approved the employment
of Alisa Walker to teach
chorus at Port St. Joe
Elementary School one day
per week on an hourly rate of
an annual contract teacher;
Approved the employment
of Kimberly Smith as teacher


aide at Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School;
Approved the transfer of
Marilyn Funderburk from
her position as teacher from
Highland View Elementary
School to Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School;
Approved the employment
of Becky Weston as teacher
aide at Highland View Ele-
mentary School;
Approved David Causey be
employed on regular full
time basis as a mechanic
helper at the Bus Barn in
Wewahitchka;
Approved the employment
of Linda Long as Secretary to
the Director of Instruction.
On motion by Graham,
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously approved a re-
quest that Delisa Ann Fer-
nandez be allowed to with-
draw from Port St. Joe High
School and enter Gulf County
Adult Institute.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously approved the Fi-
nancial Report and Budget
Amendments for the 1982-83
school year.
On motion by Graham,
second by Raffield, the board
unanimously approved a re-
quest from Gulf County
Health Department asking
that the Gulf County School
Board help fund the Public
Health Nurse I position by
increasing its commitment
by $4,000.00, making a total
commitment of $7,000.00 per
year.
The Board also approved a
request from The United
Indians of Northwest Flori-
da, Inc., to hold their annual
Indian meeting of the Chiefs
from the Southeast Indian
Confederacy at the football
field on September 18th pro-
vided they follow, guidelines
for use of the Gulf County
School facility.
The Board instructed the
Superintendent to initiate bid
process for the purchase of
Maintenance vehicles with
reference to State Bid speci-
fications.
The Board reviewed a
proposal from the Northwest
Florida Drug Council, Inc. to'
participate in the drug edu-
cation program. This matr''
was tabled until a later date.
The Superintendent pre-
sented the procedures and
plan for establishing a Dis-
trict Advisory Committee. A
motion was made by Gra-
ham, second by Sewell to
adopt the plan and instructed
the Superintendent to select
an advisory committee.
The Board reviewed each
cost center's budget. No
action necessary.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Graham, the
Board unanimously ap-
proved the continuation of
the School Bus Joint-Use
Program with the Gulf
County School Board, Gulf
)County Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation, and the Gulf County
Association for Retarded Ci-
tizens.
The Board reviewed a
request from Mrs. Ruth
Cantley for her children to
ride the bus within the two
mile limit. On motion by
Graham, second by Redd,
the Board unanimously ap-
proved this request providing
the bus does not get overload-
ed.
The Board reviewed two
other transportation requests
and these were not approved
at this time.
On motion by Graham,
second by Redd, the Board
unanimously approved that
the bills be paid.
On motion by Sewell, sec-
ond by Graham, the Board
unanimously approved the
following items:
Approved the 1983-84 Ex-
ceptional Student Education
District Procedures Update;
Approved an agreement
between the Gulf County
School Board and Franklin
County School Board where-
by the Gulf County School
Board provides the transpor-
tation for a Franklin County
student to attend school in
Bay County;
Approved an invoice for
payment from Cecil Costin in
the amount of $4,840.00;
Approved the purchase of a
copier for Port St. Joe
Elementary School from
their internal account;


On motion by Graham,
second by Sewell, the Board
approved School Handbooks
and Schedules for all schools.
The vote was carried.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Redd, the Board
unanimously approved the
final budget and the Non-
Instructional salary schedule
for the 1983-84 school year.
There being no further


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEEN-
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY.
CASE NO. 83-129
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK, a national
banking association with its principal
office at Port St. Joe, Florida,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PHILLIP CLAY MAINOUS,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to a
Final Judgment dated October 5,1983,
In Case No. 83-129 of the Circuit Court
of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, in
and for Gulf County, Florida, in which
Florida National Bank is the Plaintiff
and Philllp Clay Mainous Is the Defen-
dant, I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash, on the steps at the
North door of the Gulf County Court-
house in Port St. Joe, Gulf County,
Florida, at 11:00 A.M., Eastern Time, on
Friday, October 21, 1983, the following
described property set forth In the
Order of Final Judgment:
Lots 7,8, and 9 of Block "Y" of Unit
#3, Red Bull Island, Gulf County,
Florida, commence at the SE cor-
ner of U. S. Government Lot #2 In
Fractional Section 30, T4S, R9W, in
Gulf County, Florida; thence run N
145.4 feet along the lot line; thence
run N 89'05' W 1,162.0 feet along
the S right of way line of Red Bull
Island Drive; thence run N 26*28' W
508.79 feet along the SW right-of-
way line of River Road; thence run
S 63*32' W 135 feet along the NW
right-of-way line of a graded street;
thence run N 26028' W 123.47 feet
to POB; thence run N 85*05' W 370
feet; thence run N 04055' E.119.45
feet; thence run S 89005' E 280 feet
along the S right-of-way line of a
graded street; thence run S 63*32'
E 14.08 feet along the SE right-of-
way line of said graded street;


hiience run S 26o28o E I146.o
POB.
DATED* October 6, 1983
JERRY T. GATES,
CLERK OF COURT


NOTICE TO RECEIVE
The Quif County School
receive bids until 9:00 A.M.,
tober 13, 1983 through Octob
in the office of the Superin
Schools on eighteen (18) 9C
four (4) 750x20 tires, eight (I
tires. These may be seen
shop in Ward Ridge between
of 7:00 A.M. and 11:00 A.M.,
-3:00 P.M., Monday through
forms are available at the B
the Superintendent's Office.
reserves the right to reject
bids. Please mark your bid
"Tires and Tubes".
Is/ B. Walter Wilder, Superin


NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE
Board of County Commmis
Gulf County, Florida, at I
meeting on June 9, 1981,
resolution closing, vacating
doing all Interest the Cou
have in and to the following
roads:
Parcel I: Commence at
33 + 60 of the Burgess Cre
as shown on Gulf County r
Ing plans, BDC Project No
constructed In the calen
1980, for the Point of Be
thence meander in a Sout
ly direction along the gra
road for a distance of appr
ly 1270 feet to the Interse
said dirt road with Gulf
Highway C-381; said inte
being the end of the road
is Irn-the NE'/I of the NE',


tion 19, T5S, R9W. .... ........
Parcel II: Commence at Station
21 +00 of the Burgess Creek Road
as shown on Gulf County road pav-
ing plans, BDC Project No. 1291-2,
constructed in the calendar 1980,
for the Point of Beginning; thence
meander in a Southeasterly direc-
tion along the graded dirt road for
a distance of approximately 900
feet to the intersection of said
road with Parcel I above: said In-
tersection being the end of road.
Parcel II is In the NW'/ of the
NWA of the NW'A of Section 20,
T5S, R9W, and the NE' of the NE'A
of Section 20, T5S, R9W.
Dated this 9th day of June, 1981.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA '
By: /s/ James Tankersley, Chmn
Attest: Is/ Jerry T. Gates, Clerk
It 10/13
BID NUMBER WWTP 178
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids on 65 Tons of Liquid
Chlorine. Specifications may be obtain-
ed from the City Clerk's Office, P.O.
Box A, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. Bid
opening to be held November 01, 1983,
at the regular meeting of the City Com-
mission.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
By: Is/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 10/13
BID NUMBER 289
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids on Bulk Pebble Lime.
Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's Office, P. 0. Box A, Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456. Bid opening to
be held November 01, 1983, at the
regular meeting of the City Commis-
sion.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
By: Is/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 10/13


53 feet to -
BID NUMBER 288A
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids for one (1) Truck Mounted
Hydraulic Knuckle Boom Loader with
lt 10/13 Dump Body. Specifications may be ob-
tained from the City Clerk's Office, P.
0. Box A, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
BIDS Bid opening to be held October 18, at
the regular meeting of the City Com-
Board will mission.
E.S.T., Oc-
er 20,1983 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
itendent of By: Is/ L A. Farrls,
00x20 tires, City Auditor/Clerk 2t 10/6
B) 875x16.5
at the bus IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
n the hours TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
and Noon STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
Friday. Bid GULF COUNTY.
lus Barn or IN RE: The Marriage of
The Board JOHN HARRELL WATTS, Husband,
any and all Respondent,
d envelope And
VONDA KAY MORRIS WATTS, Wife,
itendent Petitioner.
2t 10113 NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: John Harrell Watts
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
N that the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has
sioners of been filed against you and you are re-
ts regular quired to serve a copy of your Answer
adopted a or other response to the Petition on
and aban- Petitioner's Attorney:
inty might ROBERT M. MOORE
described 321 Reid Avenue
P. 0. Box 248
Station Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
eek Road and file the original thereof in the Cir-
oad pay- cult Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County
1291-2, Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or
dar year before the 20th day of October, 1983. If
ginning; you fall to do so, a Final Judgment for
hwester- the relief sought may be granted by
ided dirt Default.
oximate- DATED this the 14th day of
action of September, 1983.
County JERRY GATES,
ersection Clerk of Circuit Court,
o Parcel By: Is/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
A4 of Sec- 41 9/22


Mark Pelt Is Crowned



Wewa's Beauty Queen


BY JERRY REAM
The Womanless Beauty
Contest, Part II, is now
history. As in any great
competition the victory was
not decided until the final
moment, and any one of a
lovely group of beauties
could have taken the crown.
But only one can wear the
crown, and on this night that
one was the voluptuous Mar-
sha, as presented by Wewa
businessman, Mark Pelt.
Displaying a fine singing
voice, and anything else the
crowd cared to see, Mark
was the hometown choice
and carried the ballots of our
celebrity panel of judges:
Nell Bandjough, Betty Hol-
loway, Barbara Shirley, Jan
Traylor, and Sara Jo Wooten.
First runner-up was the
indomitable John Linton, ap-
pearing as Loretta Skin and
performing "You 'Ain't
Woman Enough To Take My
Man" in counter-point to
Gene Hanlon's Genie, a spir-
ited harmonica player and
"other woman". The object
of their affection was, of
course, Gulf County's own
Sheriff Ken Murphy, a good
sport and a fine figure of a
man.
Second runner-up was the
high-stepping Magic Moves,
otherwise known as Mel
Magidson. Always a crowd
pleaser, he teamed with "Lo-
retta" and a marvelous Little
Egypt, played by the popular
"girl next door", Fred Allen,
to do an energetic musical
number. Shadilene was third
runner-up this October night,
and "The Stripper" never
looked better than when
performed by Wendell Camp-
bell, the box plant beauty.
The fifth trophy went to
Wewa's talented Floyd Dic-
kens, as he danced and
performed as Jane, a senior
citizen delight. Receiving
Honorable Mention were
Fred Kleeb, who sang a
splendid "I'm Nobody's
Baby Now"; Kevin Byrne,
who led the audience in a
Happy Birthday tribute tb his
mother-in-law; Dennis Sulli-
van, singing a wonderful
song he had written himself;
and Bill Lamar, who per-
formed a marvelous Rag-
gedy Ann skit that was a
show stopper. Also, Captain
John Sealey, receiving thun-
derous applause in his basic
black ensemble; Eddie Mont-
gomery, re-creating his "Shy
Edwina" character (this
time due to splitting a seam


prior to show time); and
Coleman "Always a Lady"
Kirkland, a favorite with the
Wewa crowd. ,
The winners received
beautiful trophies and mag-
nificent bouquets of roses,
donated by Mr. and Mrs.
Ernie Hendricks. The audi-
ence was treated to a rousing
dance routine lead by Sharon
Gaskin, owner of The Fitness
Center. The routine was, in
fact, described as breath
taking by many of the
contestants, due to them
being breathless at its con-
clusion. In addition, the
Murphy Girls, Cindy Griffith
and Janet Hogan, gave a
sterling performance, play-
ing every song in their


repertoire and humming a
few new ones due to the show
starting a little late.
Mrs. Annie Gaskin was
beautiful as she presented
the trophies to the winners
and congratulated all of the
contestants participating in
this fund-raising event for
the Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Association.
The Association wishes to
thank all of the sponsors of
the contest, for without their
support the event could not
take place. Our appreciation
to Raffield's Fisheries,
WJBU, The Rubber House,
The Gulf County Breeze, also
Big B Restaurant, Demp-
sey's Lounge & Carl's Bar
B-Q, Gilmore Funeral Home,


Sambo Daniel's Service Sta-
tion, St. Joe Bar & Package,
Bay St. Joseph Care Center,
Mayhann's Department
Store, Carter's Restaurant,
Linton Building Supply, also
Gaskin-Graddy Insurance
Agency, Hurst & Adams
Drug Store, Eddie's Beauty
Salon, Pelt Insurance Agen-
cy, Gulf Pines Hospital,
Sexton Auto Parts, Dixie
Dandy, Comforter Funeral
Home, Gold Hat Auto Parts,
Good Spirits Package Store,
Chatterbox Restaurant,
Whitfield Timber Co., Wewa
Home Center, Wewa Ambu-
lance Service, David Rich's
IGA Foodliner, Big 10 Club,
Wewahitchka State Bank,
and Florida Pulpwood Co.


j, ST. oiO






MAJORETTES


Junior Band

Majorettes
Sherry Creel and Michelle Hicks,


merchants and people for their donations
toward purchasing their majorette uniforms
and jackets: Campbell's Drug, Costin's Ins.,
Beauty Boutique, Aunt Bell Dubose, St. Joe
Drugs, Decorator Den, St. Joe Furniture,
Badcock's, Mrs. Pauline, Luvern's Cer-


majorettes., or the Port St. Joe High Jr. ..amics, Hannon Ins., Mr. Lowery, Sugar Plu,
Band, would like to, thank the following PateWs "66";,Boyles, and Mrs. Shirley Hitks.


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Phone 227-1278


Bill Gunter, State Insur-
ance Commissioner, has an-
nounced that 1552 people
contacted, the Panama City
Service Office during the
month 6f September.
The Service Office assisted
in the recovery of $129,547.00
which was returned to policy-
holders.
Citizens with questions and
complaints about insurance
can receive assistance b'y
calling 904-763-4601 in Pana-


business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on
October 4, 1983 at 9:00 AM.

The Gulf County School
Board met in special session
on September 21, 1983 at 4:00
PM in the Gulf County
Courthouse in Port St. Joe.
The following members were
present;- Ted Whitfield, Way-
lon Graham, Paul Sewell,
Oscar Redd. Board member
Raffield was absent. The
Superintendent was also pre-
sent.
Chairman Whitfield pre-
sided and the meeting was
opened with prayer by Sewell
and followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion b
Graham, second by Redd,
the Board unanimously ac-
cepted the Agreement be-
tween the Gulf County School
Board and The Gulf County
Classroom Teachers Asso-
ciation. This Agreement in-
cludes Instructional Salary
Schedules for the 1983-84
school year.
On motion by Graham,
second by Redd, the Board
unanimously approved that
George Newsome be changed
from Maintenance III to
Maintenance I with 5 years
experience, effective Sep-
tember 16, 1983. He will be
replacing Mike Knepley who
has resigned.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


ma City. The office is located
at 231 East 4th Street and
provides service for Bay,
Gulf, Franklin and Walton
Counties.
Additionally, a representa-
tive of Commissioner Gun-
ter's staff visits Walton, Gulf,
and Franklin Counties every
month. A schedule of the
Representative can be ob-
tained from the County
Judge's Office in these re-
spective counties.


CARD OF THANKS
Thank you to all the friends
who gave to us while our
loved one was sick. We would
love to thank you all per-
sonally, but that would be
impossible. Special thanks to
all the men who work at St.
Joe Paper Co. who took up
money and gave it us. You all
can't possibly know how
much it was appreciated. We
will always have a special
place in our hearts for you
and others who gave money.
We will never know who they
were. Thank you for the food
that was brought to the
house, cards, phone calls in
our hours of grief. Also thank
you to the nurses at Gulf
Pines Hospital, Dr. Wayne
Hendrix, and Dr. Imber who
were so kind and caring.
We loved Harley so much
and miss him, but we know
that God needed him so He
took him home to heaven to
be with Him.
Loving wife, Mary
Daughters, Carolyn In-
gram, Debra Watson,
Trina Roberts
Sons, Bascome Roberts
and Sonny Roberts
U..


HIGHWAY 98 &
MEXICO BEACH,


31st ST.
FLORIDA


648-5777

1-800-874-5073 (Outside Fla.)
1.800-342-6692 (inside Fla.)
\ Cathey Hobbs, Realtor-Aasoclate
648-5653
^, Rhonda Heath Pierce, Realtor-
Associate, 648-5264
:;Orena Miller, Assoclalte 648.5894
Barbara Sullivan, Assoc. 648-5301
Christy Davis, Assoc. 648-518
Donnle Lange, Assoc. 229-8751


Juniper Ave., Port St. Joe Beautiful
3 bdrm., 2 ba. home w swimming pool
and patio, energy efficient heat pump
& auto. sprinkler system, fireplace, 2
car garage wlautomatic opener, celil-
ing fans & built-in appliances. Close
to schools. Fla. Power Energy Effi-
cient Award Certificate.


fw It


0~.,Ui


Corner 261th & Hwy. 98 Mexico
Beach. Two 2 bdrm., 1 ba. apts. Up-
stairs has Ig. sundeck, downstairs Ig.
screened porch. Appliances includ-
ed. 1 block from beach. Great mon-
thly rental.


Mexico Beach 29th St. 2 newly
constructed 4 bdrm., 2 ba. beach
houses on stilts. Great rental history,
close to beach.


While City 3 bdrm., 1 ba. house on
beautiful 5 acres with a 100'x400'
fresh water fish pond stocked, fertile
farmland w many shade trees & also
apple, plum, pear, peach & a huge
pecan tree.


Overlooking Gulf Mexico Beach,
Hwy. 98 between 5th & 6th St. 3
bdrm., 2 be. frame home on 50'x150
landscaped lot w chain link fence.
Beautiful unobstructed view of beach
from kitchen & ig. Fla. rm.







Overstreet 3 bdrm. brick home on
secluded .85 acres- impeccably kept.
Screened porch, dbl. garage, tencmd
back yard, appliances sta"


- Public Notices -


State Insurance Office


Aids In Money Recovery


Office Building




FOR RENT




Call 227-111
ff c 8/4





ERA PARKER

I REALTY, Realtor


PAGE EIGHT


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









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


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2 bedroom frame house,
$13,000. Stebel Ave., White
City. Call 229-6594. 2tp 10/13
For Sale by Owner: 2.6
acres on Palmetto Drive,
Overstreet. Cleared, septic
tank, deep well, power pole,
Ig. shed. Owner financing
available with 50% down.
Call 648-5094. 4tp 10/13
At Mexico Beach. Like
new 12x70' 1979 mobile home
and lot, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., cen.
h&a, 1st class furniture,
mini-blinds, skirted. Has
12x16' deck, level with roof of
mobile home.. Excel. Gulf
view. 50x150' lot. Second.lot
from Hwy. 98, Fortner Ave.,
between 3rd & 4th St.' Call
648-8225 or 205/735-3988 !
tfc 10/13
House for Sale: 517 10th
St., Port St. Joe, $28,000.
Owner financing available
with 25% down. Call after 6
p.m., 648-8339. tfc 9/15
New Home by owner: 3
bdrm., 2 ba., breakfast rm.,
great rm. cen. h&a, double
garage, inside laundry, close
to schools. Corner of Tapper
and Saunders Circle.'$59,000.
Call 229-6913. tfc 10/6


Day Care Center: at cor-
ner 5th & Georgia, Mexico
Beach. 1982 14x64' mobile
home, fully equipped with
Child Craft, letter people,
teaching aids, tables, bena-
ches, stereo, TV, playground
equipment. $15,000. Call
648-8435. tfc 10/6
For Sale by owner: 3
bdrm., 1 ha. house on Ig. lot.
Loan may be assumed at
12%. Call 229-8922. tfc 9/8




1978 Bonneville Pontiac 4
dr., excel. shape, 56,000
miles. Also 28' shrimp boat,
cypress hull. Call 648-5067.
Must Sell 1 Car: 79 Nova, 4
dr., air, a.t., clean, runs
good, $2,495. 78 Mercury
Zephyr 4 dr., air, recent
motor rebuild, clea, runs
well. $2,395. Owner: 648-8289.
Like new 1982 Toyoto 4x4,
a/c, heater, am/fm, st. shift,
all terrain tires, low
mileage. Call 229-8153 or
229-8870. tfc 9/29
1979 Plymouth Duster with
slant 6, 48,000 miles, 1 owner,
good cond. $3,495 or best of-
fer. Call 648-5264 after 6 p.m.
4tc 9/22


NEW ON MARKET. Commercial lot In Port St. Joe, located in high traffic
area, $11,500.00.
Two BR, 1 ba. home on Garrison Ave. w Ig. carport that could be converted
to liv. area. FHA, VA terms available. At only $29,500, an Ideal retirement
home or starter home.
This home has 3 bdr 1 ba., t c drm., and is In like new
condition. Pay equity and ass I t 8%. Payments less
than $225 a month. 6 '-
An ideal retreat for the sportsman and his family. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. mobile
home, a total 1500 sq. ft. of living space In good cond. Only $19,600.
100' on the gulf and 100' on Indian Pass lagoon including older home on the
lagoon. Beautiful property and room enough for another home. Priced at
$135,000.
3 bdrm, 1 ba. home f d ote for rental property. Good
neighborhood, convene d 0o 3i
3 bdrm., 2 bea. brick veneer with new roof, and good financing. Assumable
9'/2% VA loan. Owner also willing to take back second mortgage w
reasonable down payment.
CAPE SAN BLAS.
NEW ON. MARKETI 2 bdrm., 1 ta. cedar ome.on pilings-Cedar exterior1 .
carpeting & appliances. Cen. h&a, looatedln restricted subtlV., baysideoi,0;,.
ly $67,000.
Bayfront lots, $25,000. Good owner financing.
MOVE UP TO LUXURY In one of St. Joe's'most beautiful neighborhoods.
Your family will enjoy the privacy of 4 bdrms., 3 be. and Ig. lot. Address
you'll be proud to have. By appointment only.

PROPERTY OF THE WEEK: Two residential lots at Ward Ridge. High and
dry, and only $11,500 for both.

Hannon Insurance & Real Estate Agency
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133 Port St. Joe
Roy Smith, Associate
Margelyn Woodham, Associate 648-8231
Karen King, Associate


Ontuov


The Airbrushings in the
Mexico Beach Mini Mall is
happy to announce the open-
ings of its
Cassette Corner
Now you can have The Air-
brushings order all your
favorite artists on cassette
tapes. And prices are at least
10% below P.C. prices! Some
popular demonstration tapes
are being sold at only $6.98-
so hurry while they last!
Longsleeve pocket T-shirts
are in, as are super low-
priced airbrush designs for
Halloween. Gator and
Seminole fans: plan ahead
for the "Big Game" and
order a beautiful airbrushed
Gator or Seminole now-all
at The Airbrushings, Mexico
Beach Mini Mall, Hwy. 98.
Closed Mondays.
ltp 10/13
Shrimp boat, 28' fiberglass
hull, 260 MerCruiser engine,
outdrive, good cond. Can be
seen at Kirkland's Landing,
White City. Itp 10/13
18' SeaRay boat with 135
h.p. Mercury and Dry Dock
trailer. In excellent cond.
$3,000. Call 648-5081. tfc 10/13
13' fiberglass fishing boat
with 18 h.p. motor & trailer,
$700. Call 229-6193. tfc 10/13
1979 motorhome (21'9"),
351 engine, ac/dc equip, 24,00
miles, very clean, $13,000.
1951 Ford chassis. Call
229-6193. tfc 10/13
Sofa: Also Sears fully pad-
ded play pen in excellent
condition for sale, $25. Call
229-8481. ltp 10/13
Sale prices on mini-
frames, sizes 3"x4" to
5"x7", custom made from
our finest mouldings, com-
plete with mat & glass.
Perfect, for nedlework,'
"1 sni f hots, school pictures
and small art prints. Stock
up for Christmas! Pat's
Mats & Frames, 406 7th St.,
Mexico Beach, 648-8914.


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


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. 0. Bx 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS


REALTOR


S6485716 Rentals After Hours: 648-8977
648-5011 Sales 648-5716 Rentals or 648-8939


MEXICO BEACH
1st St. 2 bd, 2 be. house on ex. Ig. lot
- $74,000. _
16th St. 2 bd, 1 ba. fenced yd, close
to beach $55,000.
Oak Ave. 3 bd., 2 ba. NEW house on-
ly $62,500.
Maryland Ave. 2 trailers with 2 bd, 1
be. $25,000 and $22,000.
Carolina Ave. 2 bd, 1 ba. trailer only
$24,000.
Ist St. 2/a acre and small 1 bd, 1 ba.
house $22,000.
35th St. 2 bd, 1 ba. house -beachside
- only $49,000.
27th St. 2 bd, 1 be. house -$39,000.
8th St. 3 bd, 2 be. brick -$68,500.
6th St. 2 bd, 2 ba. good VA
assumable 11'/A% only $49,000.
Nan Nook- 3 bd, 2 be. has apt. at-
tached 1 bd, 1 ba. on 2 Ig. lots
-$80,000. __
Arizona 'Ave. beautiful 3 bd, 2 ba.
house w many extras, $78,000.
Florida Ave. 2 bd, 1 ba trailer (reduc-
ed) $22,000.
7th St. Beautiful double wide w
many extras, 3 bd 2 ba. $50,000.
34th St. 4 bd, 2 ba. stilt house extra
special at $104,000.
4th St. Alley 1 bd, 1 bea. $35,500.
Grand Isle 3 bd 2 be. den 2
fireplaces, swimming pool on 2 Ig.
lots $79,000.____
BEACH FRONT
19th St. Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach 3
bd 2 ba, 1720 sq. ft., $99,900 owner
financed.
Atlantic St. end St. Joe Beach 3 bd,
2 be. each side deluxe duplex to be
constructed $125,000 ea. side.
Beach View St. Joe Beach 2 bd, 1
ba. on hw. w/non-obstructed view
-$78,000.

BEACHSIDE-
MEXICO BEACH
Circle Dr. duplex 2 bd 1 be. each side
-total $69,500 great buy.
'42nd St. 2 bd, 1% be. each side
-$89,500 total.
41st St. To be constructed I bd 1 ba.
top of line construction $41,500.
41st St. Only 2 left at $50,000 ea. un-
furnished $55,000 furnished.


1/800-874-5299 (Out of State)
42nd St. 2 bd 1 ba. $63,500 only
10% down at 13'/2% owner financ-
ing. _
Circle Dr. Sandpiper #1 3 bd. 2 ba.
brick $79,000.
Circle Dr. Sandpiper #2 3 bd 2 ba.
brick at $79,000.
Circle Dr. 3 yrs. old 3 bd 2 ba. brick
$85,000. __
24th and 25th Sts. 3 bd 2 bath only
$68,000. __
28th St..& Hwy. 98 -2bd 1 '/2 be.only3
left at $59,900 ea.
42nd St. 2 bd 2'!/ ba. owner financ-
ing at $79,500 with 10% down, 13%
-20 years. ____

HIGHWAY SIDE .
MEXICO BEACH
Hwy. 98 and 28th St. Duplex 2 bd 1
ba. each aide $55,000 total.
Hwy. 98 and 29th St. Duplex 2 bd 1
ba. each side $65,000 total.
Hwy. 98 and 29th St. Duplex 1 bd., 1
be. each side $45,000 total.
ST. JOE BEACH
Fla. Ave. 3 bd 2 ba. with 3 lots and
many extras. $52,900.
Desoto St. 2 bd 1 ba. $43,000 with
owner financing.
BEACON HILL
4th Ave. 3 bd 1 bath house on 3 lots
-$36,000.
PORT ST. JOE
125 Bellamy Circle NEW LISTING 3
bd 1 ba. ig. lot, good retirement or
young couple home $36,500.
1301 Constitution Dr. 4 bd., 3 ba.
beautiful home w ex. special water
view, $115,000.
510 8th St. Apartment building only
$45,000. _____
103 Yaupon new brick 3 bd. 2 ba.
garage screened porch, extras,
$59,500.
9th St. 4 bd 2 be. In good area for
$30,000. __
516 9th St. 4 bd. 1 ba. 1'a lots,
$23,000. _
104 Yaupon Redwood and brick 3
bd., 2 ba. $65,000.
Extra special 3 bd, 2 ba. call for more
Info $75,000, good financing.


Large Family here It is brick 5 bd., 2
ba., 8 yrs. old $95,000.
You must see this to appreciate it
-Palm Blvd., 3 bd., 2 ba. $69,000.
706 Woodward 4 bd., 2 ba. fenced
yd. $22,500. __
1610 LorIg Ave. 4 bd., 1 ba. fenced
back yard, $29,000.
1306 Long Ave. 2 bd., 1 be. $29,000.
Long Ave. Duplex 2 and 3 bd. 1 ba.
ea. $45,000 total.
205 Tapper Dr., Ward Ridge 3 bd.,
1'A ba. Ig. lot nice & neat home
-$36,000.

OPEN HOUSE
Every Sat. & Sun.
1-5 Central Time
at
GULF AIRE TOWNHOMES
Gulf Aire Beach between St. Joe
Beach & Mexico Beach. 2 bd., 2'%/ ba.
starts at $86,500. 3 bd., 2V/ ba.
-starts at $115,000.
OTHER TOWNHOUSE SPECIALS
Please stop by our office for
Information on these
BEACHFRONT
Dolphin Run, Hwy. 98 & 9th, 2 bd., 2'%
ba. $82,000. 3 bd., 2VA ba., $92,000.
Sail-Away, 3 & 4 Atlantic St. end, St.
Joe Beach 3 bd., 2 ba. $125,000.
NOT BEACHFRONT
Sandcastle, 41st St., 2 bd., 1VI/ ba.
-$59,500 (furnished, owner financed
at $20,000 down, 12/- int., 20 yrs.)
Blue Water Townhouses 28th St., 2
bd., 1 '/ ba. $59,500.
Casa Del Mar Hwy. 98 & 11th St., 2
bd., 1'/ ba. $69,000 furnished.
Warren James 32nd St., 2 bd., 1/2
be. $69,500 furnished.
Sea Side 14th St., 2 bd., 1'/I ba
-$79,500. _____
Pier Pointe 37th St., 2 bd., 1 '/ ba.
-$75,000.
Casa Del Mar St. Joseph Shores, 2
bd, 1V/ ba. $69,000. St. Joseph
Shores, 2 bd., 1 ba. $45,000.
Arena Del Mar beautiful duplex -
Gulf Aire subd., 3 bd., 2 ba. & study, -
$95,000.
Marina Del Rey 42nd St., 2 bd., 112
be. $52,500._


One new 20' shrimp net,
also several hunting bows &
arrows. Call 227-1627. tfc 9/22

$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





Garage Sale: Fri. & Sat.,
Oct. 14 & 15, from 9:00 a.m.
till. 2008 Long Avenue. 1tp
The Ladies' Auxilliary of
the Gulf County Beaches
Fire Department will be
holding a Yard and Bake
Sale, Sat., Oct. 15th, begin-
ning at 9 a.m. It will be held
at fire station, located on
Court St., St. Joe Beach.
Itc 10/13
Yard Sale: Sat., Oct. 15 at
617 Maddox, Oak Grove, at
9:00 a.m. till. We have
tricycles ($5), a crib; odd-
ends and all kinds of tools.
You all come! Itp 10/13
Yard Sale: Sea St., Mexico
Beach, Sat., Oct. 15, 8 a.m.
till. Itc 10/13
Yard Sale: Thurs., Fri.
and Sat., from 9 a.m. 7 p.m.
Furniture, clothing, dishes &
misc. items. 104 N. 26th St.,
Mexico Beach. Rain

The First United Metho-
dist of Mexico Beach is hav-
ing a Rummage Sale, Sat.,
Oct.45 at the church.located.
on 22nd St. Sale wil start at 9
a.m. central time. ltc 10/13
Yard Sale: Reduced items
from last sale, and many
new items. 525 8th St., Fri-
day, Oct. 14, 8 a.m. until.
ltc 10/13

Yard Sale:' Sat., Oct. 15,
corner 20th St. & Hwy. 98. 8
a.m. until. Clothes, toys, etc.


2 bedroom apartment, un-
furnished, upstairs at 509
10th St. Call 229-6688.
tfc 10/13
For Rent: 3 bedroom trail-
er at Overstreet. 648-5306.
tfc 10/13
For Rent: 12x56' 2 bdrm.
real nice mobile home. $175
per month. Jones Home-
stead. 229-8669. ltc 10/13
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.


Small house at Beacon
Hill. No pets. Call 229-8869
after 5 p.m. tfc 9/15
COTTAGE, 4 rooms, stor-
age bldg., carport, Mexico
Beach, $175 mo. Call 1/713-
334-5244. 3tp 9/29

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

No need for wet carpets. *
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
9OT.19_ 1


GOVERNMENT
JOBS-Thousands of vacan-
cies must be filled immed-
iately. $17,634 to $50,112. Call
716/842-6000, ext. 32261. ltp
THE FLORIDA PANHAN-
DLE PRIVATE INDUSTRY
COUNCIL, INC. Now hiring
for the following positions:
Records Clerk; Bookkeeper;
Job Developer (2). Send
resume and salary re-
quirements to P. O. Box 2238,
Panama City, FL 32402.
Deadline October 18, 1983.
An Equal Opportunity
Employer. It 10/13
Certified Food' Services
Supervisor needed immed-
iately. Must have current
certification and a minimum
of 2 years experience in a
Health Care institution. Call
904/27-1121. : 2c 6






HAM & TURKEY SHOOT
The Mexico Beach Volunteer
Fire Dept. is holding a ham
& turkey shoot, Sat. & Sun.,
starting at 1 p.m. CDT,
across from Phillips 66 Gas
Station on Hwy. 98.
Everyone is welcomed.
5tc 10/13


EXCELLENT

COPIES


Now Available at

The Star

306 Williams.Avenue
Port St. Joe



FOR BEST RESULTS
SHOP THE WANT ADS
3 _______


Monthly Rentals Available Now!!!


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 be., fur-
nished, $200 month.
2 bdrm., 1 be. house, Mexico Beach.
$275 per month.
3 bdrm.. 1 ba. house at Mexico Beach,
$300. per month.

On'u^ St.
96

216A


3 bdrm., 2 ba. house at Overstreet,
furnished, $350 mo.
2 bdrm., 1 ba. house on 35th St., Mex-
ico Beach. $275 mo.
2 bdrm., 1 b.a. mobile home at 4th St.,
Mexico Beach, $185 mo.
After Sept. 15, we will be renting Gulf
Aire Townhomes, 2 bdrm., 2'/V2 ba.,
furnished, $400 per mo.
Other Off Season Rentals Start at
$145 Per Month

Joseph Bay Realty
800B E. Hwy. 98
lexico Beach, Florida
48-5716 Rentals


SERIE


"No Job Too Small"
CECIL COLEMAN
CEMENT FORMING &
FINISHING
229-8742 -
Cecil Coleman, Owner
4tc 9/22
Carpentry & Concrete
18 Yrs. Experience.
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
904/229-4235
tfc 6/5
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 2294866. tfc 5/4

ST.-JOE- MACHINE CO: ;"
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 2294-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day
12/83


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



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.i. by appt.
Wauneta Brewer Pat Holhan
Owner Assistant
(Used to be at 116 Monument)



ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689
P. O. BOX 456


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


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

Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some
yard work by experienced
husband and wife. Mr.
Sollars. 227-1490.

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
tfc7/7


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



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151


Leon Pollock, Qwner
410 Reid Avenue


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.)

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 10/6


St. Joseph Bay


CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229-8795


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
S306 Reid Avenue


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The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue VO/O
9 Port St. Joe, Florida v

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE
s Phone 229-6374

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


FOR RENT:

St. Joe Beach Casa Del Mar Villa

Just completed, all new furniture and ap-
pliances, 1 bedroom, full bath, large kitchen,
great room and sun deck. Just off Highway
98, approximately 3 miles frm Port St. Joe.
Beach access and Gulf view. $280.00 month,
1 month deposit, water furnished, no pets.
Call 1/584-7681 or 648-8446.
tfc 9/22


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES
406 7th Street Mexico Beach, Fla.
Custom Matting & Framing of:
* PAINTINGS PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK

SEE OUR GIFT ITEMS
QUOTABLEES, 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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Chops Whole Fryers b.44 C
F..amily P.ak CHOICE DRUMSTICKS C
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SAUSAGE ...... lb. 79 T-BONE STEAK lb..29
Rath Breakfast Unk USDA Choice Western $ 88
SAUSAGE..... iooz.69 SIRLOIN STEAK mb. 28
G$at1 29 USDA Choice Westernm *'
GREAT DOGS .. 12oz.69 RIB EYE STEAK lb.
ISb. $ USDA Choice Western #7 4
TURKEY HAM Ib. CHUCK STEAK lb. 1
Clark Chopped $ USDA Choice Western $ 59
$129 BEEF PATTIES ... 269 SHLDR. ROAST lb.
Trimmed USDA Choice Western Center 449
b. BRISKET STEW .. Ib.39 CHUCK ROAST lb.
Beef ApalachlcolaPLoal $L89
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1983


PAGE ELEVEN


The Port St. Joe Sharks
tore up the Apalachicola
Sharks last Friday night by a
score of 40-0. Our fighting
Sharks have shown everyone
what they're made of, and
we're really proud of them.
They will host Blountstown's
Tigers this Friday night at
Shark Stadium with the
game beginning at 8:00 EST.
Go get1 'em, guys!
Our Jr. High Sharks lost to
Apalachicola in a close battle
last Thursday evening on the
Apalach field. They will host
Blountstown this Thursday
here at 5:00 EST.
The Jr. Varsity Shark team
also lost to Sneads, by an
unfortunate score of 22-0 last
Thursday in Sneads. They
will travel to Everitt this
Thursday to play on their
grounds with the game begin-
ning at7:00 EST. Good luck,
guys!
Congratulations go to Port
St. Joe;High's Band of Gold.
Our band was invited to
march in Florida State Uni-
versitys Homecoming Pa-
rade this Friday; October 14,.
in Tallahassee.
School pictures for under-
classmen (7th through 11th
grades) will be taken Thurs-
day, Qctober 13. Pictures
must be paid for at the time
of the sittings. Senior por-
traits were also taken Wed-
nesday by the Bryn-Alan
Studios.
The "'bombs" were drop-
ped on some- students last
Wednesday 6th period, as we
all received our report cards
for the first six weeks
grading period. Report cards
are scheduled to be released
again in mid-November.


Purple Pegasus Poetry
Club members: If interested
in entering a contest possible
to win a trip for two to
Hawaii, see Mrs. Biggs by
this Thursday. This is a great
opportunity.

Friday, October 14, will be
inservice day for teachers
and students. No school,
pals!!

Friday night after the
football game, the senior


class is sponsoring a victory
dance for students and their
guests in the commons area,
so everyone come, have a
great time, and support your
fellow seniors.
That's what's happening,
gang. Stay tuned for the
"Senior Spotlight" in my
upcoming columns as I bring
a closer look at Port St. Joe
High's seniors- St. Joe's
future leaders. Until then,
smile. It costs nothing, but
creates much.


Make S.S. Reports Clear 1T


Shark


Scoops

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

BY MELISSA WOOD


People who make reports
on behalf of Social Security
beneficiaries should use care
to make sure the reports are
clear and cannot be misinter-
preted, Ann R. Kinard, Social
Security field representative
for Gulf County, said recent-
ly.
A report that is wrongly
interpreted can often cause
mistakes. For example, a
hospital or nursing home
reports a person's date of
discharge as DOD, which a
Social Security employee be-
lieves stands for "date of
.death". As a result, the
person's benefits are stop-
ped. The person is put to
great inconvenience in get-
ting the system to believe he
or she is still alive.
Another situation that
arises is that a person who
has been getting checks on
behalf of another dies. The
report is given in such a way
that it appears that the


Services Being Provided


For New. JOb Training Partnership
Agencies will provide ser- intake and job development the-job training in Jack
vices under the new Job services in the counties. Liberty, and Calhoun 0
Training Partnership Act; Another $250,311.00 was ties. Chipola Junior Col
were announced last Thurs-'. awarded to the Florida State will receive $30,986.00
day evening, October 6, at a Employment- Service in provide assessment serv
meeting of the Florida Pan- Jackson County to fund and employability sk
handle Private Industry exemplary youth programs, training.
Council, Ind. in Marianna. classroom training, and on- Tri-County Commui
These agencies will *: be
charged with implementing
education and training pro-
grams which will prepare:
people with serious employ- 'll E am s pen
ment barriers to be rodu- .
tive members of the' labor
force. P.C
Bay Postal arriers
Bay County School Board Ba r d
was awarded a .contract for Sectional Center Manager
$417,978.00 to provide ser- F. A. Robarge has announced
vices to Bay, Gulf, 'and. that the Clerk-Carrier exami-
Franklin Countiesi The nations will be open for
Northwest Florida Mental application from October 11
Health Center, Inc.' was through October 17, and
granted $23,459.00 for a youth urges all those interested to
demonstration project, apply to take the job-related
The Florida State Employ- tests that may lead to Postal
ment Service in Ba and Service employment in one of
Jackson Counties will re- the following Post Offices:
ceive *68,573.00 to provide Port St. Joe or Wewahitchka.


Act


Council will serve Washing-
ton and Holmes Counties.
The $193,236.00 awarded that
agency i will be used: to
provide intake services,
classroom training,': on-the-
job training and youth pro-
grams. :
Washington-Holmes Area
Vocational Technical Center
will receive $30,986.00 to fund
a motivational learning cen-
ter and an employability
skills class.
The new job training pro-
gram works primarily
through a locally-based pro-
gram delivery system to


son,
soun-
lege
to
ices
kills
nity



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person who was getting Soci-
al Security checks had died,
again causing great incon-
venience.
To avoid these kinds of
mistakes, people are urged to
use care when they make a
report concerning a person
receiving Social Security
checks. They should make it
very clear what is being
reported and give the name
of the person concerned, the
date it i happened, and the
Social Security number of the
person about whom: the re-
port is being made.
If there is any doubt in the
person's mind, he or she
should ask a Social Security
employee to review the infor-
mation in the report.
More; information about
Social Security benefits can
be obtained at the Panama
City Social Security office,
located :at 30 West Govern-
ment Street. The telephone
number is 769-4871.


provide remedial education,
training, and employment
assistance to low-income and
long-term unemployed youth
and adults.'
A consortium made up of
eight counties in the pan-
handle forms the service
delivery area. In partnership
with local government, a
council is made up of private
business people and repre-
sentatives from education,
labor, economic develop-
ment, and community based
organizations. This body, the
Florida Panhandle Private
Industry Council, has incor-
porated and set up the
administrative office at 420
West Beach Drive in Panama
City.


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Cooperative Training Officers for the 1983-84
school year. They are, from left to right:
Traci MuClain, President; Marcia Stouta-
mire, Vice-President; LeAnn Clenney,
Secretary; and Valeria Renfro, Treasurer.


,NORMAN BIXLER, Owner

4tp 1016

GULF.
SATELLITE
SYSTEM MS
SALES and INSTALLATION


After 5:00 P.M., Call 229-8171


Monday, October 17
Hoagie sandwich, lettuce,
pickle, tomato, baked beans,.
and milk.
Tuesday, October 18
Braised beef on rice, cab-
bage slaw, sliced peaches,
cornbread, and milk.
Wednesday, October 19
Corn dog, French fries,
buttered early peas, browni-
es, and' milk.


Thursday, Octobe
Tacos with cheese,
juice, corn, lettuce an


to, cookies, and milk
Frilday, October 21
Battered dipped fish, .tar-
tar sauce, fruit mix,: baked
beans, sliced bread, and
milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods. : '


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CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin Avenue


SUNDAY SCHX)L .......... ..
MORNING WORSHIP ......... .
EVENING WORSHIP .........
WEDNESDAY EVENING .........


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:10:00 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
6:00 PM.


7:00 P.M.


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First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ............. 10:OCA.M.

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00 A.M.
Study In the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229.6857


"We have not opened our
registers for sometime and
believe thatAhey.arm.out of
S date, and that many of the
names on the registers are
individuals who have moved
or for some reason are no
er 20 ,longer available for postal
;:orange employment," Mr. Robarge
id toma- said.


"I do not want to give the
impression we will be hiring
great numbers of people in
the coming months, although
I do anticipate some vacan-
cies occurring in the next
couple of years that will be
filled by hiring individuals
from our up-dated regis-
ters," the Sectional Center
Manager said.
"We need qualified people
who will be. willing to accept
. employment, and we want to
offer people in the local
community: the chance for
these openings by making
application for, and taking
the examinations."
Sectional Center Manager
Robarge stated that Clerk-


you drive


yow


rba


rga


'in,


S Carrier positions start at
"e.! $8.09 an hour with periodic
- steps taking the rate up to
$9.42 an hour over an eight-
year span. Cost of Living:
Allowances (COLA) are in
/,addition to these hourly
rates.


Sectional Center Manager
R6barge explained .those
wishing to take the examina-
tion may make application at,
either the Port St. Joe or/,
Wewahitchka Post Office..
during the period October 11
through October 17, and that
'the Postal Service is an
.Equal Opportunity Employ-
er.


If you're like most people, you prob-
ably don't pin down the financial details of
buying a new or used car until after you've
picked it out; And test-driven it. And fallen in
love with it.
At Florida National Bank, we'd like you
to consider the advantages of putting your
new car buying habits in reverse: Buckling
up your financing rst.
That way, you'll be all set to drive a
hard bargain before you even get out to the
showroom floor. Because you'll not only have
a clear idea of how much you want to spend,
you'll have approval on that money in ad-
vance. And if you've ever been involved


in a new car deal, you know that "cash-in-
hand" means bargaining power.
You simply stop by your neighborhood
Florida National office. We'll go over your
budget with you, quote you a competitive
interest rate and work out a comfortable
monthly payment schedule, Then, well
approve your loan in advance and formalize
everything once you get your car. Of course,
you're under no obligation until you sign.
So before you drive your bargain,
buckle up your financing at Florida
National Bank.
When you think about it, there's no
safer, smarter way to buy a car.


FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
MEMBER FDIC

LOCATIONS: Main Office, 504 Monument Avenue, Port St. Joe 32456, (904) 229-8282 Remote Office, 2000 North U.S. 98, Port St. Joe
32456, (904) 229-8282


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New Officers
The students pictured above were
recently elected to serve as Diversified


Gulf County School Lunch


MENUS


financing.


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With.

HANNON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943

Auto Home Business Life

Flood Bonds Mutual Funds

8:30 till 6:00 Monday through Friday

221 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1133

We Are HERE to Service What We Sell

ROY SMITH, Agent FRANK HANNON, Agent


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FRIDAY NIGHT


8:00 P.M. Shark Stadium


Home Opener


Port St. Joe vs. Blountstc


n


" PORT ST. JOE SHARKS-Front row, left to right: Robert Taylor, Tony
Gathers, Robert Harris, Richard Ramsey, Sidney Harris, Jim Norton, Jimmy
Walding, Charles Byrd; Eric Parrish and Dennis Welch. Second row: Coaches
Kesley Colbert and John Hicks, Mike Pittman, Mike Quinn, Tan Smiley, Chris




Sept. 9'


Butts, Stan Peters, Josh Jenkins, David Bearden, Marcell Johnson and Coaches
Dennis KIzzlah and Shaw Maddox. Third row: Adrian Lewis, Curtis Ray, Terry
Woullard, Keith Jones, Lee McMIIlan, Seth Howell and David Anderson.
-Star photo


St. Joe 41, Vernon
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Sept. 16

Sept. 23


Sept. 30


Oct. 7


Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

Nov. 11


VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Bottom row, from left: Stacl Top row, from left: Traci McClain, Danna Russ and Pam San-
Angerer; Marcia Stoutamire; Trish Tapper, captain; Paula born.


Nov. 18


Open Date

St. Joe 9, Chipley 7

St. Joe 42, Havana 0

St. Joe 40, Apalach 0

Blountstown .......

DeFuniak Springs ..

Florida High .......

Rickards ..... .. .

W akula . .

Wewahitchka ......


Ward; Vicki Barlow, co-captain; Lisa Whaley and Lisa Gant. -Star photo

Support the Merchants Listed on This Page. They Support Our Team, School and Community. ]


The Athletic House
323 Reid Ave. Phone 229-6805
Kay Parrish, Owner

BADCOCK
201 Reid Avenue Phone 229-6195
Steve Richardson, Owner

Beach Lumber Co.
Call 648-5014 for All Your Building Needs


BOYLES
Shoes for the Family
Clothjng for Ladies & Children


Butler's Rest & Lounge
Come by After the Game Phone 227-1386

Buzzett's Drug Store
Your Rexall Store Plenty of Free Parking
317 Williams Ave. Phone 229-8771

Citizens' Federal Savings
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Phone 227-1416

Comforter Funeral Home
Wewahitchka 639-2271 Port St. Joe 227-1818


Costin Insurance
Your Independent Agent
Call 229-8899


COSTIN'S .
Quality at Savings Phone 229-8716
Danley Furniture Co.
The Greatest Place On Worth

David Rich's IGA
Customers Are Our Greatest Asset
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka

THE DECORATOR DEN
Complete Floral Service 227-1862
VISA and Mastercharge Available
Margaret and Tim Ard 229-8816 Jacque
Yeager 229-6056

Driesbach's Cleaners
Pick-Up and Delivery

Earley's Hardware
Hwy. 98 Highland View Phone 229-8232


Florida 1st
at Port St. Joe


National Bank
Phone 229-8282


Gilmore Funeral Home
Dignified, Professional Service
Port St. Joe 229-8111 Wewa 639-5602


Hedy's Florist
Flowers for Every Occasion


Hannon Insurance
and Real Estate 227-1133

K&D TV & Sound
Your RADIO SHACK Dealer


Lucille's
& Beauty
234 Reid Ave.


Fashion
Boutique
Phone 229-8153


Miller Agency, Inc.
Chevron Products Phone 229-8081

Pate's Service Center
Firestone & Michelin Tires 227-1291

Raffield Retail Market
Phone 229-6877

Renfro Auto Parts
Phone 229-6013
Roche Furniture
209 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1730

SAVEWAY
We Specialize In Iowa Corn Fed Beef
and Fresh-As-Possible Produce


SEARS
LEON POLLOCK, Authorized Catalog
Sales Merchant

St. Joe Auto Parts
NAPA Phone 229-8222
St. Joe Drugs
Call 227-'1723 for Prescription Needs

St. Joe Furniture
and APPLIANCE CO. Phone 227-1251

St. Joe Hardware
Whirlpool Appliances Phone 229-8028

St. Joe Motor Co.
Phone 227-1336

St. Joe Natural Gas
Gas Is Naturally Better Phone 229-8216

St. Joseph Bay Florist
Flowers for That Happy Occasion
*iCall 229-8343


SUB SHOP
Come By For A Snack Phone 227-1323

Thames Jewelers
Watches Diamonds Gifts
for All Occasions

Western Auto
Your Tire Center
David B. May Phone 227-1105
Join the Winning Team at
Wewahitchka State Bank
Phone 229-8226


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


"Band of Gold" members of
Port St. Joe High School were
resplendent in their new
uniforms of purple and gold as
they presented a halftime
show at the football game.
Shown at left are some of the
coronet players.
In the photo at right, the Ri-
fle Corps performs a routine
with batons. They are: from
left: Hope Lane, Tim Ard,
Sharon Miller and Donna
Jones.
In the photo at bottom, left,
Donna Jones twirls her rifle.
Stacy Creel, drum ma-
I jorette, directs the band, in
the photo at bottom, center.
In the bottom right photo,
Tim McFarland, left,. and
Reed McFarland, render a
solo duet.






"New Look" for the


"Band of Gold"


You Can Enjoy Plants If Cared for Properly


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
Regardless of where you
live, you can enjoy house
plants providing you care for
them properly. Proper wa-
tering is one of the most
important and certainly most
misunderstood factors in
house plant culture.
Careless watering kills
house plants faster than just
about anything else. So, I will
discuss some of the dangers
) of overwatering. I will also
offer some tips on how to tell
when your plants need water
and explain how much you
should give them. My infor-
mation for this article was
provided by Extension Horti-
culturist Dr. Robert Black.
Most-plants grow very well
in a soil that's kept moist, but
not continually saturated
with water. Plants need air,
as well as water. Too much
water can suffocate plant
roots and cause them to rot.


needs water, just poke your
finger into the soil to a depth
of about one inch. If it feels
moist, water isn't needed. If
the soil feels dry and crumb-
ly, the plant probably could
use some additional mois-
ture.
Most plants should receive
applications of lukewarm


CARTER
Overwatering also causes
severe leaf drop.
How much you water and
how often will vary consider-
ably, depending on the type
of plant you're growing, its
size and stage of growth, the
potting soil, and the size and
kind of container.
One of the best guides to
proper *ater is the feel of the
soil. As I said, it's best to
keep the soil moist, but not
wet. To determine if a plant


water. Except during very
cold weather, tap water is
fine. Water your plants thor-
oughly, applying enough to
moisten the soil all the way to
the bottom of the pot.
If a plant is growing in a
container which has drain-
age holes, place the pot in a


saucer or tray, and apply
water until you see excess
draining out of the bottom.
After you are sure that all the
excess has drained out, dis-
card the water that has
collected in the saucer. Ne-
ver leave the pot standing in
this excess.
When using a container


that lacks drainage holes,
you should put a layer of
coarse gravel in the bottom
before adding potting soil.
This will provide space for
.excess water to collect, and
help prevent the root rot
problem'we mentioned earli-
er. A good way to check the
moisture content of such a


FSU's Summer Music Theatre


Moving

Florida State University's
summer music theatre pro-
gram will relocate from its
Jekyll Island, Ga., facilities
to Panama City, the dean of
the FSU School of Theatre
has announced.
The music theatre pro-
gram, connected with the
successful Jekyll Island Mu-
sic Theatre for the last eight
years, gives professional
training to students from
around the country. Each
nine-week summer season
offers three Broadway musi-
cals in repertory.
FSU theatre dean Gil La-
zier said that Panama City is
an ideal environment, close
to Tallahassee, within a
major Florida tourist area.
He added that "the tremen-
dous enthusiasm" of the
city's business and cultural
community was an import-
ant factor in the decision to
move.
"We'll also be able to
increase the number of cour-
s6 offerings and make it
possible for summer theatre
students to benefit from
contact with more FSU thea-
tre faculty," he said.
Lazier noted that Dr. Larry
Bland, dean of the FSU
Panama City campus, has
worked closely with him in
coordinating the relocation


Program to Panama


effort.
"The Panama City campus
is adjacent to Gulf Coast
Community College and its
excellent fine arts complex,"
said Lazier. "Dr. Larry
Tyree, president of the col-
lege, has offered Gulf Coast's
indoor theatre as well as
dormitory facilities for the
theatre program's use."
State Senator Dempsey
Barron said that bringing the
music theatre program to the
campus-by-the-bay "shows
how Florida State continues
to enhance the area's cultur-
al and business life. Not only


area residents but our sum-
mer visitors from all over the
country will be able to enjoy
and support this talented
troupe," he added.
Bland said he was "excited
about the new program be-
cause, among other benefits,
the high visibility of a theatre
program would enhance the
total academic program at
the Panama City campus."
Lazier said that the pro-
gram will continue to provide
wholesome family entertain-
ment- the finest Broadway
musicals. "And of course we
intend to keep our reputation


SWe Want You
To Be A Part of
The Friendly Place


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


9:45 A.M
11:00 A.M.
5:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.


Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE


DANIEL W. DUNCAN
Pastor


MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music & Youth


as the Southeast's premier
training ground for theatre
professionals."
Florida State's production
of "The Boyfriend", a musi-
cal spoof of the "Roaring
Twenties," will introduce the
music theatre program to
Panama City audiences Nov.
3 through 5 in the Gulf Coast
Community College fine arts
auditorium. At a reception
following the gala Nov. 3
performance, Lazier hopes to
announce the full schedule of
theatre events planned for
the 1984 summer season.


container is to lay it on its
side in a sink, plant and all.
Leave it in this position long
enough for all excess water
to drain out. And return it to
its upright position.
In summary, maintaining
proper soil moisture for
house plants isn't difficult.
But it does require some
common sense and restraint.
We honestly can't over-
emphasize that overwatering
is the most common cause of


failure with house plants. Too
little moisture also can be.
harmful. So you should check -
the condition of the soil
around your plants frequent-
ly. Obviously, we can't give
you a specific watering sche-
dule, because so many fac-
tors influence how often and:
how much water your plants
will need. It's up to you to
keep a close check on the
condiLton of the soil around
each of your plants.


BUSINESS TiIH:'IENs I\ssIJA...NC


I "SINCE 1909".
Serving All Health Er Ufe Needs
Business E Personal


Hospitalization
Major Medical


Life Insurance Disability Income *
Group Insurance Pension Plans.*p


Special Representatives for Port St. Joe
LAFAYETTE WARREN WILIAM POLORONIS
(904) 763-1848 (904) 653-8122
Panama City Apalachicola


Sur-Way Electric

411 Reid Avenue


Commercial, Residential

Remodeling and

Service Work

CHARLES SO WELL

26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded

Call Shorty at

229-6798


fost Exciting Place to Worship



First Baptist Church
Port St. Joe, Florida
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
9:45 .... Bible Study (all ages)
11:00 ............ W orship
(Broadcast live WJBUIAM)
6:30 ........ Church Training
7:30 ......... ..... W orship'
"The End of Your Search
for A Friendly Church"
HOWARD BROWNING, Pastor


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DAVID RICH'S
Foodllner. .
Port St Joe and Wewahitchka


BULK RATE
U. S. POSTAGE
8.4* PAID
PImlt No. 3
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IGA Vienna Bread ................. 2 ifoz. 99o
IGA Brown Serve Rolls ....... ......2 ta Pk.
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General Mills Bisquick ......... 4o.0$1.59
Betty Crocker Hamburger Helper s oz.$1.09
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Foler's Instant Coffee ........ 12 ox.4.89


Lykes Power Pak Red Hots
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5 bs. 51


Lykes Power Pak Salami or
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,Ib.1.28


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Kraft Orange Juice (Glass)........ 32oz.89C
Kraft Grape Jelly ...... . 21bs1.29
Kraft Caramels ........... . 4o1.19
Pine Sol Liquid Cleaner .......... is oz.11.39
Johnson Lemon Pledge .... . 14 $2.49
Sunshine Vanilla Wafers ......... i ozL 89
French's Instant Potatoes ...... 160ox. 1.29
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1 LB -.
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SEALTEST
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