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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
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Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1984
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
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FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 1
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THE STAR
Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1984


250 Per Copy
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Vote Count





FHits A Snag


Challenges Bog Down

Canvassing Board Wednesday .


Five hundred and seven absentee
ballots were holding up final results of Gulf
County's first primary election yesterday
afternoon at 2:00 p.m., and there were no
plans to actually start counting the ballots
when The Star had to go to press.
Ope of the main objections to the
legalty of the absentee ballots were made
by Al Harrison and Sheriff Ken Murphy,
both of whom' had lawyers representing.
their interests before the canvassing board. ,
"'the board is charged with verifying the
official count. The canvassing board, made
dp of County Commission chairman,
Everette Owens, commissioner Doug Bir-
mingham and County Judge David Taunton
had been most of the morning verifying the
count of the voting machines and awaiting
the exhaustion of all challenges against the
absentees before their final decision was
made.
Sheriff Murphy, who was represented
by attorney Dayton Logue, had to get 48
more votes than challener Al Harrison, to
keep Harrison from wifirng election inr the
first primary. Harrienywas represented by
attorney Mike Hutto. 1
Several of the races were not completel-
ly settled by the balloting Tuesday, but the'
only other contests which could easily be
changed by the absentee ballot count were

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Bulletin

Sheriff's

Race In

Run-Off

Al Harrison, candidate for
Gulf County Sheriff against
incumbent Ken Murphy, fail-
ed to win a first primary vic-
tory by two votes according
to unofficial totals following
*canvassing of the absentee
ballots at 4:30 p.m. Wednes-
day afternoon. Harrison re-
ceived a total of 2,627 votes,
with Murphy getting 2,399
and Carnley 230 votes for a
total of 2629 votes. --
All other voting trends
continued and indications .'
were that no other races
would be affected when the -
canvassing is official. Voting po
number of vot
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in the races for County Commission, District
3, where Leon Pollock was trailing Leo
Kennedy by 82 votes for a chance to face
incumbent Eldridge Money in the second
primary. Kennedy had 999 votes and Pollock
had 917. The other close race was in the
District 3 School Board challenge, where
James Hanlon was winning in the first
primary, but had only a 46 vote majority to
play with.
Supervisor of Elections, Cora Sue
Robinson, said, "I have never seen an
election like this. We can't get started
counting the absentees until all the
challenges are heard and that might be as
late as tomorrow".
CLEAR WINNERS
On a local level, five contests were
decided Tuesday night.
Newcomer Kesley Colbert won a clear
victory over incumbent Joyce Williams
Tuesday. In his first bid for public office,
Colbert had 2,560 votes against 2,039 for
Williams. With only 507 absentees to be
counted, Colbert had a Win.
Superintendent of Schools, Walter Wil-
der took a first primary win in a field of
three, defeating D. L. Owens and James
Rouse. Owens had 1,171 votes and Rouse.had -
(Continued on Page 5)


-
lls were busy all day Tuesday, as a record
ers turned out to cast a heavy vote in the first
ion.


BILLY BRANCH


KE Y
KESLEY COLBERT


Precinct 1


CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
Don Fuqua ......... 540 407 174 57 7
Kim O'Connor ....... .67 38 25 2 1
Eugene A. Stinson ... 41 58 16 2
STATE ATTORNEY (14th Judicial Circuit)


Jim Appleman ...... 380 293
Ed Miller. .......... 303 252
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Alden "Red" Farris... 110 84
Wyvonne Hattaway .. 194 235
Joe St. Clair ... ...... 360 225
SHERIFF
J. E.Carnley ....... 40 15
Al Harrison ......... 551 495
K, E. Murphy ........ 120 106
PROPERTY APPRAISER
Kesley Colbert ...... 298 290
Joyce D. Williams .... 385 274
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
D. L. Owens......... .336 182
James Rouse ..... 119 250
B. Walter Wilder ..... 239 174
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
Mildred W. Jones .... 344 262
Cora Sue Robinsop .. 349 277
COUNTY COMMISSION, DISTRICT 1
Williarn.Davis, Jr. ... 8 64,
Jimmy Gortmar. 318 266
Armond Traylor ...... 306 263
COUNTY COMMISSION, DISTRICT 3
William 'Billy' Branch 407 331
Eric Hammond ...... 262 181
COUNTY COMMISSION, DISTRICT 5
John Core .......... 112 68
Leo Kennedy ........ 122 146
Eldridge Money ..... 190 188
Leon Pollock... .... 161 88
Albert Ray .......... 94 49
SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 3
James L. Hanlon .... 437 285
Robert Keel .......... .55 53
Paul Sewell ......... 167 178
SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 4
Herman Ard .......... 284 177
Waylon Graham ..... 373 329.
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE, 14th Judicial
DeDee Costello ..... 186. 146
W. Fred Turner ...... 263 221


127
109


29 14
95 33
105 .14

55 3
164 i 42
30 23

104 15
139 51


104 24
133 41


160 29
31 6
72 23

98 21
122 38
I Circuit
52 12
127 42


WAYLON GRAHAM


226 169
21 16
12 8


58
34

19
48
22

4
61
28

45
48

25
8
60

26
65


31
28

57
32

10
12
41
16
9

57
12
17

26
62

35
33


CORA SUE ROBINSON


283 252 293 392 598
44 45 29 34 71
18 205 7 19 18


210 137 228 392 247 367 556 26
64 69 120 140 94 95 153 14


29 30
160 93
86 76

18 15
165 93
98 94


106 113 162 187 20
332 165 196 384 16
101 63 100 127 3


16 13 9 8 16
125 187 108 156 263
213 435 232 303 443


167 117 211 349 223 321 404 16
108 83, 137 213 122 144 313 22


64 50 81 35 51
18 17 35 406 25
193 233 175 268 337

56 53 56 248 65
220 146 292 322 21


......77 ..
104
87


"49
82
65


102 126
30 41
551 21

74 119
393 593


98 126. 96 T55 232
143 224 153. 194. 288
85 158 -81 88 153


141 82 215 333 227 295 460
132 119 132 171 110 158 231


252 132 211
48 45 44
226 159 198


144 91 125
127 107 214

83 63 142
106 76 132


13
4


7
32

15,
7

22
17

7
2
4
10
16


315 20
74 3
310 12


195 149 196 297
337 193 268 410


125 111 178 238 19
191 129 197 260 20


WALTER WILDER


City Considers Renewing Florida


Power, Phone Co. Franchises


With a pitched interest in
the elections ballots being
tallied up and revealed at
about the time the City
Commission meeting started
Tuesday, interest in the
meeting was understandably
not at a fever pitch Tuesday,
night. /"'
Even 's.g' the Commission
agreed to consider renewal of
I.


two utility franchises which
are up for renewal during the,
year.
Jim Cox, manager of Flor-
ida Power Corporation had
advised the Commission ear-
lier this year that the fran-
chise with his firm expired
next year and it was possible
for the City to re-new bhe
franchise this year and re-


ceive a six percent annual
contribution from the firm
for the privilege of operating
here. In the current fran-
chise, Florida Power pays
the City four percent of its
operating revenues to the
City.
The franchise payments
are little more than a tax
against the users, however,


Conimmunity Pep Rally This

Evening to Build Team Spirit


'A conmunity-wide pep rally will
kick oif the football season here in Port
St. ,e this evening. Sponsored by the
,nrst Baptist Church, the rally is open to
everyone in the community, who wish to
attend and help weld the community
behind the high school football team as it
begins its new season.
The event will be held at the City
Park at the corner of Fifth Street and
Highway 98, beside the Florida National
Bank, starting at 7:30 p.m.
The rally will feature the football
team, its coaches, the cheering squad,
the high school band and others involved
in the season.
According to Rev. Howard Brow-


ning, organizer of the rally, the band will
play, the cheerleaders will lead those
attending in school cheers and, in the
words of Rev. Browning, "we'll just all
join together in boosting our community,
our school and our team."
Featured on the program will be
Mayor Frank Pate, Superintendent of
Schools Walter Wilder, Principal Edwin
Williams and the coaching staff.
The band will be under the direction
of Wayne Land and the cheerleaders are
directed by Mrs. Martha Sanborn.
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club will be
operating a refreshment stand at the
rally.
"Everyone is invited!" Rev. Brow-
ning said.


as they are included in the
bills sent to the users. Cox
said the increase from four to
six percent payments to the
City would hike the average
electric bill by about a dollar.
The Commission decided to
leave the power company
contribution to the City as it
presently is for the time
being and not consider re-
newal of the 30 year pact
until it runs out next year.
Mayor Frank Pate advised
the Commission he had been
informed the franchise with
St. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph runs out this year
and the Commission must
consider whether or not to
renew the agreement with.
the firm.
There is no payment to the
City in this franchise as there
is with Florida Power.
HOSPITAL DEAL
The Commission called the
Baptist Hospital officials into
a conference last week, in an
attempt to get a commitment
from the hospital manage-
ment for up-grading the
medical treatment capabili-
ties here in Port SL- Joe at
Gulf Pines.
A long-range commitment
from Baptist has ignored the
(Continued on Page 5)


New Postmaster


Take,
Like the Atlanta Braves,
the United States Postal
Service has been bombard-
ing the Port St. Joe Post
Office with a series of relief
pitchers for the past several
years since the retirement of
long-time Postmaster Chaun-
cey Costin a few years ago.
This week, the service sent a
permanent Postmaster to
Port St. Joe to replace a
series of officers in charge
who have operated here for
the better part of a year.
Robert Oliver, a native of
Pensacola, took over the
duties of directing the activi-
ties of the Post Office Satur-
day, taking over from Carl
Ward, who has been serving
as officer in charge since this
past spring.
Oliver has been with the
postal service for 31 years
and has served in offices in
his 'native Florida and in
Ohio. Most recently, he has
been in the Milton and
Pensacola areas, with the
postal service.
Oliver says he is married
and has five children. "All
my children are grown, now,
so it is just my wife and I at
home", he said.
Oliver said he will be
moving to Port St. Joe in the
near future, as soon as he can


s Over Operation of Port St.
locate a suitable place to live. that dedication during his
The new postmaster stated postal career.
he is "dedicated to customer Ward, who came to Port St.
service" and has followed Joe in April of this year in a


Carl Ward, left, officer incharge of the
Port St. Joe Post Office since April,
welcomes and turns over the keys to Port St.


Joe Office
caretaker position, will be
returning to his regular
position in the Panama City
office.


Joe's new postmaster, Robert Oliver. Oliver
assumed his new post the first of September.
-Star photo


UNOFFICIAL GULF VOTE COUNT (LESS ABSENTEES)


2 3 3A 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 11A Total


3493
412 ,
411

3050
1481

989
2128
1361

214
2417
2156

2560
2039

1171
1004
2530

1438
3144

1097
1909
1471

2709
1697

667
999
1266
917
551

2245
544
1655

1812
2606

1390
1797


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Editorials


and Comments


THE STAR


THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 1984


PAGE TWO


Add Another


If Mr. Jack Was Here, He'd ThankYou Too


Season to the List


The seasons here revolve about
the standards of mother nature at
spring, summer, fall and winter.
These are easy to keep up with
because they have the same name
all over the United States, even
though their advent comes at
different times in different places.
Here in the Panhandle, there is
a fifth season which makes its
appearance here at about the same
time it is ushered in in other parts
of the nation too. That is the
football season added joyfully to
the spring season, the summer
season, the fall season and the
winter season.
Close behind the football sea-
son and nearly qualifying for the
sixth season of the year in these
parts, is the basketball season.
Right now, though, we are
having the football season come in
upon us this week, when the local
high school "Sharks", and in the
northern end of the county, the
"Gators" will both begin playing
ball and furnish a topic of conver-
sation to fill the void just left by the
ending of the bulk of the election
,-season.
People in the Panhandle-Gulf
county's portion of the Panhandle,
especially-are "taken'. with foot-
ball. If one had to find a good


Satisfyi

SAfter considerable planning
and some sophisticated study as to
;just what to do about the problem,
:.the County Commission has finally
:-took a concrete step and voted to
spend a half million dollars to
satisfy the demands of the Depart-
ment of Environmental Regulation
in handling our solid wastehere in
xulf County.
In a joint effort by .the City of
Port St. Joe and Gulf County, a
contract was let last week for a
Panama City firm to construct a
compactor plant to serve as a giant
garbage compactor, compressing
the solid waste into a smaller
volume and sending it to the north
end of the county to place in the
only 'acceptable landfill in the
county.
This was a deal cut, over the
past couple of years, between Port
St. Joe and the county in a joint
effort to keep our county clean and
to try and meet the requirements of
DER. It wasn't the best of deals but\
it was necessary to get something
done in an area in which hardly
anyone knew' what to do. You see,


reason for kids to go to school, a
Panhandle resident could justify it
by the fact it gives the kids a
chance to play football.
We're not saying football is
king here, but anything else which
might be considered king, is so far
in second place as not to even be
considered.
Healthy rivalries exist between
the schools of the Panhandle with
all of them claiming to be "number
one" at one time'or another or all
the time.
There may be some deep-seat-
ed reason why the hurricane
season and football season seem to
arrive at the same time, although
we can't come up with a reason as
to why they do. Both hurricanes
and football teams have a good bit
of "authority" behind their activi-
ties and both are the object of some
real, rapt attention here in our part
of the country.
We don't know just how much
attention will be brought to bear on
the two hurricanes forming at this
moment in the Atlantic Ocean but
we can be sure that for the next 10
or 11 weeks, the game of football
will be given real serious attention
by our people.
It will be a respite from the
slumping Braves.


ng DER

the people of Port St. Joe have paid
more than their share to help place
a facility here for the entire
southern end of the county to use.
While Port St. Joe taxpayers will
pay for their city's share in the
deal, they will also help pay for the
county's share, in, the cooperative
effort as well. People who do not
live in the city will pay on only the
county's share.
This looks like a bad deal for
those who live in the city, but it
really isn't all that bad. The county
will be charged by DER with the
responsibility of keeping the solid
waste program operating properly.
The county will be charged with the
management. Of course, they will
be managing for everyone, but
were, it not for the arrangement,
Port St. Joe would have to go it
alone and meet the requirements of
DER also.
We believe the cooperative
deal is good for everyone and will
serve to give us unity in dealing
with DER in the future, in an effort
to do what needs to be done in order
to protect our environment and do
it at a cost we can all afford.


By Kesley Colbert
Old Mr. Jack Cantrell-
bless his heart. I guess it's
been 15 years since I've seen
Mr. Jack and it's more like
22 or 23 years ago since he
helped me out of a pretty
rough situation. I never
knew Mr. Jack when he was-
n't old, but he was always an
O.K. kinda guy. But I want
to tell you about the time
that old Mr. Jack became
more than just an O.K. guy.
We had this load of hay
and my Dad wanted Leon,
Dave and I to take it over to
Dewayne Melton's and put it
up in his barn. Well, we


weren't exactly thrilled at
the prospect of spending our
Saturday afternoon hauling
hay, but my Dad never gave
you a whole lot of options so
it never crossed our minds to
mention to him that we
might not want to haul hay
that day. Besides my Dad
couldn't do it as he was
a'taking a load of hogs down
to Tupelo, Mississippi. As we
pulled out of the yard he
said, "Be careful and don't
mess up".
Leon was the oldest, being
about 14 or 15 at the time, so
he's driving the tractor and
Dave and I are riding on top


of the hay. We got just about
to town and something broke
on the tractor. Well, Leon
said later that something
broke on the tractor. I
always kind'a figured that
he just decided to drive over
into the ditch. Leon could do
some odd things at times. All
I know for sure is one minute
we're riding down the high-
way talking about that new,
high powered, coon dog of
Uncle Cliff's, and the next
minute we take a hard left,
go across the road and run
straight into the ditch. The
wagon came unhitched and
ran over Leon and the trac-


tor; and 79 bales of hay and
two scared boys fell all over
state road 45.
When the dust settled and
we found Leon and pulled
him out from under the hay
and the wagon, he looks up at


us and cries, "What was the
last thing Daddy said?"
You talk about a mess.
We're sitting there on a bale
of hay pondering the world
situation when Mr. Jack
pulls up and says, "Howdy
boys". Already you can see
that Mr. Jack is O.K. 'cause
he didn't ask what happened
when any fool could see that
our hay wagon had turned
over and we had bad trouble.
Well, Mr. Jack got us to
unload what hay is left on the
wagon, we pulled the wagon
off the tractor and then he
tied a chain to his pick-up
and pulled the tractor back
up onto the road. He then
assessed the damages. The
trailer hitch is broken clean
in two, and worse than that
there's some kind of tie rod
or something broke on the
tractor. Old Mr. Jack is a
part time welder. Ain't God
good.
He pulled the tractor into
town to his little shop and
worked for about an hour
and a half on that tie rod or
whatever it was. By the time
he gets it fixed it's just about
lunch time, so Mr. Jack
takes us all over to the City
Cafe for a hamburger and a
coke. Mr. Jack pays for two
reasons: 1) he's a nice man
2) me and Leon and David
didn't have one red cent be-
tween us.
After lunch Mr. Jack goes
back down to the scene of the
accident and pulls the wagon
up to the shop and in about
another hour and a half (I
said Mr. Jack was nice, I
didn't say he was speedy) he
had that trailer hitch fixed.
We get the trailer hitched up
and go back to pick up our
hay. Well, Mr. Jack follows
us, helps us load up the hay
and then follows us all the
way out to Mr. Melton's to
make sure nothing else goes
wrong. Can you believe it,
Mr. Jack had spent a whole
day helping three little boys

that he hardly knew. But
now we get to the embarass-
ing part. It was time for tlsto
say, "Mr. Jack, how much
do we owe you?" Of course,
Leon almost choked getting
that out 'cause everybody
standing around knew that
we didn't have any money.
Mr. Jack smiles down at us
and said, "Boys, you don't
owe me nothing maybe
someday you can do a good
deed for someone."
You see why even after all
these years, Mr. Jack is still
one of my all-time favorite
people. I've often said to my-
self that if I lived to be a
thousand years old, I'd never
meet another person as nice
and as helpful as him. Boy
howdy, was I wrong because
in the past few weeks in Gulf
County I've seen hundreds of
folks just like old Mr. Jack.
Thank you.
Respectfully,
Kesley


First Primary Politicking Dredged Up A Lot of Interest In Gulf County


THERE'S NO DOUBT about it.
There are those about us today who
are exceeding glad and there are
those who are exceeding sad. Some
won at least a second chance in the
primary voting of this Tuesday past.
Some won a decisive victory and some
didn't have enough to count when the
day was done in order to get the job
done like they wanted to see it done.
I don't know when I have ever
seen a harder working bunch of
political hopefuls in all my years of
reporting on the political happenings
here in Gulf County. I can remember
back when a politician thought he was
-..doing all that was needed to get his
candidacy before the people if he had
a couple of thousand cards printed
and a few handbills. Those who went
to all the trouble and expense of
putting their picture on their cam-
paign literature were really getting
into the spirit of campaigning. Now,
it's a rarity that we print a piece of
campaign literature without the can-
"didate's picture being placed on it.
"Campaign literature is more special-


ized and more personalized now than
it was 20 or 25 yeprs ago.

THERE WAS A DAY some years
ago, when it was a necessity to have a


antique and a novelty. As a matter of
fact, it's a novelty already because
nobody uses it anyinore.
I don't believe I have ever seen an
election in Gulf County in which sn


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By: We


few posters printed up telling folks
what you wanted to know, around
election time.
Almost all of us printers had a
supply of large wood type to print the
posters and large circulars. We still
have some filed away for posterity
here at The Star, but it has been a long
time since we have used- it. One of
these days that type will be a genuine


I just hope those who put them up
ill remember to take them down.

ONE THING ABOUT this year's
section which caused us some dismay






t /


esley R. Ramsey


many posters were used. It's hard to
find an intersection or corner here in
the county, where there are not some
posters tacked to a tree, or post.
Posters have been a big item for this
year's election, ranging all the way
from the professionally prepared
models to the hundreds of hand-
painted ones which have taken over
the places with heavy traffic.


was some of the statements made by a
few of the candidates. In some cases,
the statements were just plain false-
hoods, stated, we suspect, from the
way a candidate heard something
rather than the way he knew to be
fact. Some statements insinuated
facts when in reality the statements
had nothing to do with the fact being
alluded to.


In other words, there was a bit of
making claims which just were not
true or based on fact during this
election. It has been so in other
elections, too, but I like to think our
people are getting too smart to be
taken by double statements and
claims not based on actual fact. In
many cases, a claim was made like a
candidate would have liked for the
situation to be, rather than like it was.
Admittedly, this sort of thing is
getting less and less. Our people are
getting more knowledgable about
what is going on around them. The
people are harder to fool and I think
that's good. There's nothing like
sending voters to the polls to make a
decision on something he knows
something about.
REGARDLESS OF HOW things
advance, however, elections are still a
popularity contest here in Gulf
County. Almost all our candidates are
taking in big bucks for their services
and the tax payer is paying the bill.
Still, there is that old tendency to vote


for.the "good old boy" to a certain
extent. In some cases, the one elected
has to hire someone to actually do the
work, while he draws a sizeable
salary at the expense of the tax payer.
But, it has happened before, so I guess
it will continue happening on into the
future.
So far, we here in Gulf County
haven't been hurt too much by
incompetence of our elected public
servants. For the most part, they have
been pretty capable and at least able
to learn how to do the job they were
elected to do.
Since this was writter2 beforee
election day on Tuesday, we cah"'t say
for certain this will be the case thi o
year, but we can have a little
confidence in the people to select the
competent person in each instance.
Anyhow, what we voted for on
Tuesday is V4,t we will have for
awhile. I feel w&, et by and continue
to progress in spite "'r because of
the ones we happened to this past
Tuesday and the ones we finish
electing in October. *,


Tides
The tide action in St.
Joseph's Bay is shown in the
tide table below. High and
low tides for each day of the
upcomingweek are listed in
their respective columns.
High Low
Sept.6 7:26a.m. 6:16p.m.


Sept. 7 8:25 a.m.
Sept. 8 9:21a.m.
Sept. 9 10:06 a.m.
Sept. 1011:02 a.m.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 1984 PAGE THREE





Football Fever Starts In County Friday


1984 FIGHTING SHARKS: Front row, from left: Lee
Parker, Eddie Julius, Sidney Harris, Mike Lewis, Robert
Harris, Chris Butts, Greg Gathers, Demitre Thomas and


John Scully. Middle row, from left: Richard Ramsey, Bobby
Baker, Joe Purswell, Stanley Peters, Jim Norton, Arthur
North, Tommy Johnson, Jimmy Walding and Michael Pitt-


man. Standing, from left: Assistant coaches Rick Hatcher.
and John Hicks, Terrance Farmer, Curtis Ray, Doug Robin.
son, Dwight .Cearley, Tan Smiley, Richard Jackson, Walter


Seabrooks, Mike Quinn, Joe Norton, Josh Jenkins, assistant
coach Wayne Stevens and head coach Shaw Maddox.


Sharks Try Vernon


Port St. Joe's Sharks will be trying to
improve on their sparkling 7-3 season pf last
year, when they begin the- season in- Shark
stadium Friday night against what is said to be
an improved Vernon squad. Last year, the
Sharks edged Vernon on their home season, to
begin a five game winning streak before losing
their first game to DeFtiniak Springs.
Head coach Shaw Maddox, in his third year
as head coach, has 16 team members returning
from last year. According to Maddox, most of the
veterans are playing in the more visible
positions, such as signal-caller firun'ersetc."
, "Most people don't see" the skfllf!ivo'-ea'mi'
getting these people where they are supposed to
go, but we have veterans among the blockers and


tacklers also, and they will be operating
effectively in every game we play this year."
That seemed to be Maddox's prediction for
the year. "We will be competitive on every
Friday night we play", the head coach pointed
out emphatically. After the impressive showing
with their jamboree win over big Bay High
School last week, Maddox may have more than
wishful thinking backing up this prediction.
Maddox said this year, Port St. Joe fans will
see speed as an attribute to a Shark squad. While
the weight factor is definitely a plus for this
year's squad,' the team-will be-fast as well.
"We're not use to that", Maddox said
Spectators will see almost the same team on


On Home Gridiron


the field which rolled up last year's 7-3 record.
"Butts will be back at quarterback and Pittman,
Jenkins and Harris will be back in the backfield.
carrying the football", Maddox said.
Returning veterans who are expected to
anchor the line will be Stan Peters at 193 pounds,
Curtis Ray, who has finally grown up and now
weighs a strapping 235, Richard Ramsey at 176
and Jimmy Walding .at 149. Impressive
newcomers to the Shark line are Dwight Cearley
at 215 pounds and Arthur North at 182. Both are
in their first year with the Sharks. Cearley, who
also stands 6' 3", brings a lot of good credentials
with him and the coaches'are expecting.him to be
a definite plus to the Sharks' future.
The line will be filled out on the "'weak" side


,by Jim Norton, a tough veteran guard, Lee
Parker at 148 pounds and veteran Michael
Quinn, who had a team-leading 151 tackles last
year. Joe Purswell will also see plenty of action
on the line.
Most of the Sharks go both ways, but
defensive specialists who will see action Friday
night will be Walter Seabrook, Bobby Baker, Tan
Smiley and Doug Robinson. All are lean, mean,
fighting machines.
Defensive backs will include Tommy
Johnson, Sidney Harris and John Smith,.
'Head coach Maddox-will be assistedby John
Hicks, Kesley Colbert, Wayne Stevens and Rick
Hatcher this year.


1984 WEWAHITCHKA GATORS: Front row, from left:
Jerry Harrelson, Stacey Driggers, Billy Joe Smiley, Clifford
Wiley, Perry McDonald, Chris Dean. Paul Groom. Gary


Thompson and Carlos Adkison. Middle row, from left: Derry
Hartley, Bobby Rhodes, Mark Pridgeon, Jerry Rhames,


Gators Have Home


Coming off an0-10 season last year and with
a new head :coach guiding the team, the,
Wewahitchka Gators figure they have no way to
go but up this football season which starts at
home for them Friday night, against' another
team which had its troubles last year,
Apalachiebla .
New head coach, Dennis Kizziah, in his first
year at Wewahitchka, spent his time on the
sidelines for the past three or four years, in Port
St. Joe, as an assistant for the Sh~aks. With the
resignation of Wewa's Bobo Owens last year,
Kizziah was moved into the vacancy. Kizziah
says his young team (still only nine seniors on
essentially the same team as fielded last year by


,the Gators) are going to be "definitely
competitive" in every game and "we're
definitely not going to go 0-10 this year!"
The Gators have practically the same team
as they fielded last year, with two or three
exceptions. Of course, those boys have grown
into young men during the past year and the
Gators will have a line which will average about
180 pounds per man. "Our biggest asset is our
offensive line", Kizziah said. The line is
'anchored by tackles weighing 225 and 185
pounds, with the other line members matching
the tackles almost pound for pound.
The line will feature Brook Wooten at center,


84 Gator Schedule


Sept. 7
Sept. 14,
Sept. 21
Sept. 28
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2 ,:
Nov. 9
Nov. 16


Apalaphicola
Carrabelle ...
Greensboro..
Sneads ......
FAMU High ..
Chat'hoochee
Blountptown .
Liberty Co....
Cottondale ..
Port St: Joe ..


Opener Friday Nite


William Norris and Perry McDonald at guard,
Jeff Whitfield and Mike Harrison at tackles and
Bobby Rhodes and Gary: Adkisoh at tight end.
The new head coach says his backfield is as
green as his line is experienced. "We're starting
with a completely new backfield which has never
played football before", Kizziah said. The team
director said the Gators are starting with a new
sophomore quarterback this year with Billy Joe
Smiley calling the signals. The backfield will be
rounded out with Roy Myers; ToddSterzoy and
Terry Harrelson as running backs and Ed
Baxley and Mike Ward at fullback.
The Gators will also be bolstered by the
return of two year veterans, Ed Baxley, Jerry


Rhames, Danny Mc Corvey, Clifford Wiley and
Mark Pridgeon, who are expected to add
stability to what otherwise will be a young Gator
team.
The Gators will play a 10-game schedule this
year which could be tough from top to bottom.
Starting off with Apalachicola Friday night, the
schedule gets steadily tougher through the
season, when they will close out their schedule 4t
home, 'for the last game of the season against
arch-rival Port St. Joe. .
Sandwiched near the middle of the season, is
an open date on October 5.
Assisting Kizziah will be veterans Charles
Fortner and Gary Speights.


'84 Shark Schedule
Sept. 7 Vernon...... H
Sept. 14 dOpen
-.Sept. 21 Chiplay ..... H
Sept. 28 Havana ... A
Oct. 5 Apalachicola H
Oct. 12 Blountstown A
Oct. 19 DeFuniak ... ,H
Oct. 26 Fla. High .... H
Nov. 2 Rickards .... A
Nov. 9- Wakulla .... H
Nov. i t"'wahitchka A


Kerry Hartley, Brooke Wooten, Todd Sterzoy and William
Norris. Back row, from left: coach Dennis Kizziah, Michael


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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 1984


Vows Exchanged by Linda Jean


Blair and Larry McFarland Aug. 4


- Linda Jean Blair and Lar-
ry Charles McFarland were
united in marriage August 4
at historic Provine Chapel
with Alvin Barr of Bedford,
Texas, Rex Miller of Euless,
Texas, and Bill Lea of Clinton
officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. John R. Blair of
Clinton, and the bridegroom
i the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
F. McFarland of Port St. Joe.
': Nuptial music was pro-
.rided for the double ring
ceremony by soloist Nathan
Hamilton of Montgomery,
,labama, duet by David and
Deborah James of Arlington,
'exas, and pianist Beth
Leonard of Bedford, Texas.-
: Escorted by her father, the
bride wore a formal gown of
white organza over taffeta,
fashioned with an open
Sweetheart neckline, sheer
puffed sleeves and fitted
basque bodice. The bodice
was trimmed with appliques
if silk venice lace scalloped
tt the neckline. Smaller
Venice appliques accented
the soft puffed sleeves. The
gathered skirt of organza
flowed into a chapel train and
3vas edged at the hem in a
lace and organza flounce.
The bride's waltz length veil
if tiered white illusion was
attached to a halo wreath of
pearls and silk flowers. Her
jewelry included a pearl
necklace, a gift of the bride-
room.
: The mother of the bride
oore a formal length rose
*own of chiffon with a
circular capelet. It was ac-
cented at the empire waist
with chiffon rosettes.
The groom's mother chose
'a formal gown of mauve
S quiana shimmer with scissor
Pleated skirt overlayed with
'a beaded chiffon capelet.
: Mrs. David James, of
Arlington, Texas, was ma-
, tron of honor, and other
S attendants were Miss Betty
McGilberry of Montgomery,
:Alabama, and Miss Mary
:Frances Barr of Bedford,
'Texas.
SAttendants wore pink taf-
feta gowns with fitted bodice,
,scooped necklines featuring
-a self ruffle and.prIuffed bell
shaped sleeves.:The gathered
formal length skirt was ac-
cented at the 'waist by hot
:pink satin ribbon. Each of
them carried white baskets
! of mixed summer flowers in
"varying shades of pink.
:4 Miss Shelly Hamilton of
"Montgomery, Alabama was
*:the flower girl and Master


Jonothan James, of Arling-
ton, Texas, served as ring
bearer.
The bridegroom was
served by David James as
best man, and by groomsmen
Nathan Hamilton of Mont-
gomery, Alabama, and
Thomas Henry of Euless,
Texas.
Ushers were Ken Blair,
brother of the bride, and


Duane McFarland of Port St.
Joe, brother of the groom.
A reception followed in the
reserved lounge of the Stu-
dent Union Building. Tea
girls were Mrs. Mark Mc-
Neese and Mrs. Bill Lea of
Clinton, Mrs. Bob Nelsoi of
Jackson, Mrs. Steve Blair of
Hattiesburg, Miss Betha
Leonard and Miss Shelley
Preston of Bedford, Texas,


Mr. and Mrs. McFarland


Miss Nancy Whetton of Col-
leyville, Texas, and Valerie
Oliver of Mikenney, Texas.
Mrs. John R. Blair, Jr.
presided at the bride's regis-
ter.
Following a wedding trip to
Natchez, the Worlds Fair and
Hodges Garden in Louisiana,
the couple will reside in
Bedford, Texas.
The Rehearsal Dinner was
held August 3, in the Vesper
Room of the Student Union
Building of Mississippi Col-
lege, and was hosted by the
bridegroom's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed F. McFarland.
On the day of the wedding,
Mrs. C. H, Gunn, maternal
grandmother of the bride,
hosted a bridesmaid break-
fast in the President's Dining
Room at the College.
A miscellaneous shower
was given May 25th in
Arlington, Texas by Mrs.
Alvin Barr and Mrs. Rex
Miller. The color theme was
pink and silver. Decorations
were pink baskets and pink
wicker wreathes on the dou-
ble front doors with bows and
Queen Ann's lace and pink
carnations.
A seated tea was given
June 20th by Mrs. Bill Lea
and Mrs. Jim Waston. They
were assisted by Mrs. Frank
Huston. The theme featured
doves with a color scheme of
pink and white.
On Saturday afternoon,
July 18th, a tea was given at
the home of Mrs. Robert L.
Massingill. Other hostesses
were Mrs. Wilbur Carpenter,
Mrs. Archie Germany, Mrs.
Walter Howell, Mrs. Earl
Skinner, Mrs. Charles Scott,
and Mrs. Linuel Jayroe.


AARP Meeting Will Host


Social Security Speakers


Next Wednesday, Septem-
ber 12th, the Saint Joseph
Bay Chapter of the A.A.R.P.
will begin their fall season
with a covered dish lunclheori.
The Centennial Building'wi
be the site of the luncheon
which will begin at 12:30 p.m.
EDT.
The program for the meet-
ing will be a study of Social
Security. Speakers will be
James R. Willis, Chief of the
Atlanta Regional Office of
the Department of Health


CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin Avenue
S SUNDAYSCHOOL...................... 10:00A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP................... .11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP..................... 7:00P.M.
S WEDNESDAY EVENING.................. 7:00 P.M.
STEVE STUTTS, Evangelist


and Human Resources, Hen-
ry Douglas of Jaclsonville,
Director of Medicare and
Medicaid claims for Florida,
a nd Jerry Myers, Assistant
District Manager of Social
Security from Panama City.
Each man will speak on his
phase of the Social Security
program, and each will an-
swer questions from the
audience. Here is an oppor-


tunity to find out from the
people who know, what Soci-
al Security offers for you.
The A.A.R.P. invites
everyone ,over 50 from Guf
and Frdiklin counties-atd
from the Mexico Beach com-
munity to join them. Bring a
covered dish and your ques-
tions about the Social Securi-
ty program. Table service
and drinks are furnished.


HIS AMBASSADORS


His Ambassadors In Concert


HIS AMBASSADORS will
be in Port St. Joe Wednes-
day, September 12. This
highly talented vocal and


instrumental group is ap-
pearing at First Baptist
Church located on Third
Street.


In the past few years of HIS
AMBASSADORS' ministry
they have traveled 500,000
miles around the world. This


St. Joe Gardeners Having


Luncheon

The Port St. Joe Garden
Club will be going into action
again in the very near future.
With the first meeting follow-
ing thp summer recess being
scheduled for Thursday of
next week, September 13, the
"St. Joe Gardeners" will be
getting together in anticipa-
tion of a great new year
which will continue through
May of 1985. '
This first meeting of the
new year will be held at the
Garden Center on Eighth
Street, the home of the
Garden Club for many years.

CARD OF THANKS
I wish. to express my
thanks to the many people
who visited me, sent cards,
flowers, and called me while
I was in the hospital. Also
thank you for the prayers on
my behalf. ,

Sincerely,
Ollie Stutzman


i Meeting
The luncheon will be served
at 12:30, and the club's new
president, Mrs. Don Ash-
craft, is urging all members
to be present for this im-
portant event. An excellent'
program has been planned
for this time.


'Sept. 13
Note: Mrs. John Blount,
Treasurer, wishes to remind
those members who have not
yet paid their dues for the
new year that she will be
prepared to receive them at
that time.


DAR Members Plan Trip

to Visit Alabama School


The members of The Saint
Joseph Bay Chapter of the
Daughters of the American
Revolution have been invited
to attend the sixtieth anniver-
sary dedication day at Kate
Duncan Smith DAR School,
Grant, Alabama on October
15 and 16. '
The national DAR School
Bus Tour will join with all
Sother-DAR members tocele-
brate the educational ad-
vantages that Kate Duncan
Smith School has provided


for the youth of northeastern
Alabama.
All reservations must be in
by October 1. Any DAR
member wishing to attend
may call Mrs. Stiles Brown
at 227-1613 for information
and registration forms.

Copies
A. available at ,-
The Star
306 Williams Ave.


tour will take the group
another 75,000 miles through-
out the United States, Cana-
da, Great Britain, Scandina-
via and Continental Europe.
Mixing sacred hymns and
contemporary Christian mu-
sic with equal capabilities,
HIS AMBASSADORS pro-
vide a varied program of
music, testimony of God's
love, and evidence of the
happiness you can find by
knowing Jesus Christ. The
relaxed and low-key atmos-
phere of their fine musical
program makes HIS AM-
BASSADORS a pure pleasure
to experience in concert.
You certainly will not want
to miss this excellent musical
ministry, so make your plans
now to see and hear HIS
AMBASSADORS at First
Baptist on September 12 at
7:00 p.m.

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Sea Oats and Dunes Kick


Off New Year Tuesday


A member of the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs,
the Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club, comprised of.
Mexico Beach and St. Joe
Beach, met in the rose
garden of Mary and Ernest
Hendricks, Mexico Beach.
Officers for the 1984-85
year were installed by Dis-


trict II Director, Helen Gray,
of Panama City Beach. In-
stalled were president, Rella
Wexler; 1st vice president,
Jayne Kleeb; secretary, Beu-
lah Speiss; treasurer, Kitty
Lopez; and 2nd vice presi-
dent, Claire Hutchings.
Lunch was a covered dish
and was enjoyed by all
present. Eloise Graham, of
Panama City, FFGC State
Butterfly Chairperson, was a
guest.
The Sea Oats and Dunes
will start the new year with a
covered dish luncheon on
Tuesday, September 11, at 11
A.M. Central Time, meeting
in the Mexico Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce building.
Members and their guests
are urged to attend as there
will be some important an-
nouncements.


Larry
Peters


and Jean
Will Wed


Larry and Jean Peters will
exchange wedding vows
Thursday, September 6 at
7:00 p.m. at the United
Pentecostal Church in High-
land View.
No invitations are being
sent, but everyone is invited
to attend.

John Lees Have
Baby Boy
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Lee,
Jr. announce the birth of
their son, Thomas Earl on
August 22, at Bay Memorial
Hospital. He was welcomed
home by his brother, David
Evan Lee.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. F. T. Kirkland, and Mr.
and Mrs. John D. Lee, Sr. of
Port St. Joe.

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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 1984


Now Is T


Plants i

BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
September is the beginning
of the fall gardening season.
It's time to do just about
everything in your Florida
garden. Things to consider
are seedbed preparation and
planting of a vegetable gar-
den and annual flowers,
general clean-up of the home
grounds, planting hardy
shrubs, and preparation for
insects and diseases on lawns
and ornamentals.
If you want a fall flower
garden, start preparing a
good planting bed. Locate the
plot in an area which re-
ceives full sun at least half a
day, and stay away from
large trees. Tree roots are
strong competitors for fertili-
zer and water, so plant your
vegetables or annuals in a
spot where trees won't comp-
pete.
Hardy annuals, which will
survive cold weather, you
can plant in late September
include: Alyssum, colendula,
candytuft, cleome, dianthus,
gaillardia, baby's breath,
nasturtium, pansies, petu-
W nias, phlox, snapdragons,
sweet peas, verbena, and
violas. These are just a few of
the plants which can be
started now. Your garden
shop will have more.
September and October
are the months when gibber-
ellic acid is used on camel-
lias. On many varieties, the
flower size may be increased
significantly, producing a
bloom much earlier than
would be the case without
treatment. Select a well-


rime to Begin Preparing


nd Gardens for the Fall


developed flower bud. Re-
move the pointed growth bud
adjacent to the flower bud. A
small cup will be left where
the growth bud has been
removed. Fill the cup with
one drop.of the acid solution.
Usually a difference in bud
size between treated and
untreated camellia buds is
apparent in a week.
By encouraging earlier
flowering in camellias,
freeze damage is reduced
and flowers become avail-
able for holiday decorations.
A compact poinsettia plant
may be obtained at flowering
time, if the plants are pruned
several times during the
growing season. The new


growth, after it is 12 inches
long, should be cut back,
leaving four leaves on each


CARTER


Cheering Clinic Is

Offered Saturday


shoot. This operation should
be repeated every time the
new growth develops until
about September. Pruning
after September 10th may
interfere with flowering, as
these plants set their buds
soon after October 10th.
Watch your lawn and orna-
mental plants for pests. It's
still warm enough for insects
like scales, white flies, mites,
aphids, and caterpillars to be
damaging shrubs. Watch out
for these problems and start
control measures as soon as
you notice damage.
Don't delay your fall gar-
den activities. There's a lot to
be done now, and even more
next month.


Highland View PTA Meeting


With the bell ringing in a
new school year at Highland
View Elementary, the wprd
is already out that this may
be an even greater year than
last Principal Howard Blick
reports morale is already
tops around the school.
Virgil Lipford, PTA Presi-
dert, agrees that the enthusi-
asm of parents and school
officials may lead to another
banner year. He noted that
the phenomenal response
from parents last year
proved that Highland View
School parents are deeply
interested in the educational
welfare of its children. Be-
cause of this total commit-
ment from parents, Highland
View won every Parent Tea-
cher Continental Breakfast


for the entire school year last
year.
In its annual PTA Officers
Planning Meeting recently,
Mr. Lipford, and officers
Cathy Thomas, vice presi-
dent, Laura Ramsey, secre-
tary, and Cathy McDaniel,
treasurer, agreed to under-
OBITUARIES:


take a number of ambitious
projects this year. To volun-
teer your service, please
contact one of these officers.
The first PTA meeting will
be held September 11 at 7:00
P.M. You are encouraged to
attend!


Mrs. Anais Lilius Taken by
Death Saturday; Funeral Tues.


Mrs. Anais Lilius, 71, of
1101 Constitution Dr., passed
away Saturday at her home
following an extended illness.
She had been a resident of
Port St. Joe since 1937, and
she and her family owned
and operated the Lilius Jew-
elry Store.
She is survived by: her
husband, Henry Lilius of
Port St. Joe; one son, Henry


S. Lilius, III of Port St. Joe;
and one brother, Jack Jough-
in of Tampa.
A graveside funeral ser-
vice was held Tuesday at 2:00
P.M. CDT at the family plot
in Evergreen Cemetery at
Panama City with Father
Jerry Huft officiating.
Gilmore Funeral Home
was in charge of arrange-
ments.


Box Plant Receives Award
The employees of the St. Joe Container Company were
recently presented with an award for their excellent work per-
formance in working for an entire year without any lost time
accidents. In the photo above, Wallace Tillery, president of the
Local No. 379, holds a certificate commending the employees
for their outstanding safety record. In addition to the award,
each employee received a gift of his choice presented by the
company in appreciation for their safety standards.



NORMA'S
FAMILY RESTAURANT
(Located in the Village Square Mini-Mall)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Served in Family Atmosphere
Hwy. 98 & 8th St. i OPEN 7 A.M.
Mexico Beach \ to 9 P.M.


The Port St. Joe Varsity
Cheerleaders will sponsor a
cheerleading clinic Satur-
day, September 8 from 9:00
a.m.-3:00 p.m. for girls in
Kindergarten through eighth
grade.
The clinic will be held at
the Commons Area of the
high school, and the cost for


each participant will be
$12.00.
The girls will be instructed
in basic cheering skills,
dance routines, partner
stunts, gymnastics, as well
as cheers and chants. All
girls are asked to bring a
sack lunch.


present medical needs of the
community, in the Commis-
sion's opinion and the confer-
ence was an attempt to
improve the immediate sit-
uation as well as consider the
future.
Baptist has revealed plans,
and has property on Garrison
Avenue to build a new
hospital and a suite of
doctor's offices in the future
- Presently, the Commission
feels there is a need for more
intensive improvements of
present facilities.
As a result of those convic-
tions, the City has agreed to
gllow Baptist to take $60,000
owed the City this year and
purchase new equipment to
be used in the present
hospital facilities. The equip-
ment would be owned by the
City and leased to the hospi-
tal.
As a result of the confer-
ence, Baptist agreed to the
proposition, pledging to also


add to the equipment pur-
chase from their own funds
and equip Gulf Pines in the
latest state-of-the-art medi-
cal equipment including X-
ray, EKG, heart monitors,
nursery equipment and other
pieces of sophisticated ma-
chinery to provide more
competent medical care and
diagnosis.
The list BfAii ent to be
purchased was outlined by
the medical staff to the
hospital and agreed upon by.,
Baptist.
According to Larry Read,
an executive of Baptist, the
equipment will be in place
"within 30 to 60 days".


Everett McFarland, 75, of
101 Duval St., Oak Grove,
passed away Monday after-
noon in a Panama. City
hospital. He had been a
resident of Port St. Joe since
1940, and was retired from
the St. Joe Paper Co. He was
ai member .of .Port.,St. .Joe
Masonic Lodge No. 111, and
was a Mason, York Rite, and
a Shriner.
Survivors include: two
sons, Everett William Mc-
Farland of Oak Grove, and
Patrick Kelly McFarland of
Port St. Joe; three daugh-
ters, Mary Ann Hornsby of


Davenport, Fl., Lois Jean
Rhames of Howard Creek,
and Pearl Madolyn Harlow of
Apalachicola; one sister,
Ethel Bridges of Apalachi-
cola; 11 grandchildren; and
16 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, September 5, at
3:00 P.M. EDT at the Oak
Grove Assembly of God
Church with Reverend David
Fernandez officiating. Burial
was in the family plot at
Holly Hill Cemetery with all
Masonic Rites accorded. All
arrangements were by Gil-
more Funeral Home.


Election (Continued from Page 1)


1,004.
Supervisor of Elections, Cora Sue
Robinson, was the biggest winner of the day,
defeating Mildred Jones better than 2 to 1.
Robinson was the only candidate to carry
every precinct in the county.
County Commissioner William Branch
won by more than 1,000 votes over
challenger Eric Hammond in the District
Three seat.
School Board member, Waylon Graham
had nearly an 800 vote .margin over
challenger Herman Ard, to win election for
a second term in District 4.
RUN-OFFS
As the polling stands now, run-offs are
in store for Wyvonne Hattaway and Joe St.
Clair for the nomination for Clerk of the
Circuit Court. Hattaway was trailing both
St. Clair and Alden Farris by 122 votes, but
it's unlikely she picked up enough of a
majority from the absentees to win in the
first primary.
Incumbent County Commissioner Jim-
my Gortman will face challenger Armand


Traylor in the second primary. Gortman
was high in a field of three with 1,909 votes.
Traylor had 1,471 and William Davis, Jr.,
polled 1,097.
DISTRICT RACES
In the district elections, Gulf County
went big for Congressman Don Fuqua, who
won election in the first primary in a field of;
three. Fuqua picked up 3,493 votes in Gulf
County. Kim O'Connor polled 412 and
Eugene Atkinson had 411.
In the State Attorney race, Gulf
returned Jim Appleman to office by a 2 to 1
majority. Appleman rolled up 3,050 votes
while challenger Ed Miller counted only
1,481.
In the Circuit Judge race, Gulf gave
Judge Fred Turner the edge with 1,797
ballots cast in his favor. Challenger Dedee
Costello polled 1,390.
LARGE TURN-OUT
Tuesday's primary was near the largest
ever recorded in Gulf County. Of 7,413
registered voters, 'a total of 5,382 cast a
ballot Tuesday, for a 72.6 percent turn-out.


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401 Williams Ave. Phone 229-6013 Highland View Ph. 227-1774


Health Dept.
Giving Shots
The Gulf County Public
Health Unit will be giving flu
vaccinations on Monday be-
ginning September 10.
Clinic hours for vaccina-
tion are: Monday, 8:30 a.m.-
11:30 a.m., and 1:00 p.m.-4:00
p.m.; and Wednesday, 1:00
p.m.-4:00 p.m.
The fee is $5.00. No appoint-
ment is necessary, but it
might be advisable to call
ahead. The clinic phone
number is 227-1276.

Board Meeting
The Board of Directors of
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. will hold its next
regularly scheduled meeting
on Tuesday, September 11 at
7:00 P.M. (EDT). The meet-
ing will be held in the Clinic
Conference Room at 311
Williams Avenue in Port St.
Joe.

CLASSIFIED ADS
GET QUICK RESULTS!


FEATURING:
* Mayor Frank Pate
Walter Wilder, Superintendent of Schools
Edwin Williams, Principal, Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
S '84 Shark marching band (directed by Mr. Wayne Land)
'84 Shark cheerleaders (directed by Mrs. Martha Sanborrn)
'84 coaching staff (head coach Shaw Maddox) :
1 Individual introduction of the '84 Shark varsity
football team

NOTE: Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
will have a concession booth.


PRIZE WINNERS

In Danley's Big


Labor Day Blow-Out

First Prize $150 in Merchandise
James Doster, Port St. Joe

Second Prize $100 in Merchandise
Jinny Price, The Beaches

Third Prize $50 in Merchandise
Amanda Wilson, St. George Island


City (Continued from Page 1)


Everett McFarland Died Mon.


Thanks

Mr. L. K.

Ambrose

for your
leadership
of the Junior
Rifle Club
The Ray Ramseys


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 1984


I ^ APOCRINES AND ECCRINES R
EVERYBODY HAS THEM _
Your body has millions of tiny useful eccrine
sweat glands which prevent the body from overheat-
ing by secreting a clear odorless liquid that is most)
water. In areas where this liquid can not evaporate,
the underarms and on the feet. the sweat ran be notice-
able and uncomfortable. But. this wetness alone does S
not cause body odor.
Body odor can come from the less numerous apo-
'crine glands which work mainly in the underarm
area. These glands secrete a complex organic fluid *
a that is broken down by normal skin bacteria to form a
smelly substance. A deodorant will just hide a body
* odor but an anti-perspirant works against both odor
and wetness. We carry a complete selection of these
products and can recommend one to you that is non-
irritating.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST LUS with
their prescriptions, health needs and other pharmacy
products. We consider this trust a privilege and a duty.
* May we be vour personal family pharmacy?"


BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
Free Parking Drive-In Window
229-8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
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Tips to


Really

Dr. Si Mathison, a retired
zMethodist pastor, gave the
"Kiwanis Club three points to
,follow in becoming and stay-
ing "really alive", Tuesday
at the regular meeting of the
,club.
- Dr. Mathison, who was
!pastor of the First United
lMethodist Church in Panama
-City for many years, until his
retirement, said "A lot of
people live a long time, but
:.never really live."
* In advising his audience on
how to live, Dr. Mathison
.,said a person must believe in
'himself, believe in others and
'have definite convictions
about God.
"A person who really be-
:lieves in himself will show
..the confidence necessary to
^accomplish goals set in life.
"If you don't have confidence
tin yourself, you can't expect
to sell yourself to others", he
YARD
SALE
Sat., Sept. 8th
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at the corner of
Pineda & Georgia on
St. Joe Beach.
Clothing, furniture,
dishes, and misc.
items. Rain cancels.


Being


Alive
said.
The speaker also expres-
sed a need to believe in and
have a concern for others.
"Let others know you are
concerned about their wel-
fare and that you care about
their problems".
"A person who is able to
approve of and like himself
must have a good relation-
ship with God and have
definite beliefs about God in
his life", 'Mathison said.
"Having a definite, positive
relationship with God helps
one to have assurance about
the future and a relationship
with the architect of all
things."
Ellis Robertson of Panama
City was a guest of the club.


Sharks Defeat Bay 6-0


Win Jamboree
Port St. Joe's Sharks exe- night, defeating a big Pan- in overtime to defeat the
cuted like winners Friday ama City Bay High team, 6-0 Tornadoes in the jamboree.


Jubilant Sharks gather in a victory circle around Chris
Butts, quarterback, and Greg Gathers, who caught the
touchdown pass, after they defeated Bay High 6-0, in over-
time play Friday evening.


The Sharks' defense spar-
kled as they shut down two
Bay High scoring opportuni-
ties and the offense rose to
the challenge time after time
to push the football into Bay
High territory and finally
won on a pass play from
quarterback Chris' Butts to
receiver Greg Gathers, 6-0 in
the overtime period.
The Tornadoes appeared
as if they would handle the
Sharks just about any way
they wanted, when they took
the first possession and mov-
ed it to the Shark five yard
line before Doug Robinson
stopped Bay's Willie Free-
man on fourth down. Again
the aggressive Shark defense
stymied a Bay scoring at-
tempt in the second quarter
when Tan Smiley got a piece
of a Bay field goal attempt,
knocking it wide of the mark.
The Sharks had a chance to
win it during regulation play,
when Butts hurled a pass to
Demitre Thomas on the right
sideline, but Thomas was
caught and tackled at the
Bay 36 after a 37 yard gain.
Port St. Joe's Josh Jenkins
and Michael Pittman picked
up impressive yardage on the
ground, but had each of their
sustained drives stopped by a
determined Bay defense.
. When the end of the half,
came, and the score stood at
0-0, Bay High took first
possession. After three plays,
Smiley partially blocked the
field goal attempt. On the
Sharks' first play in over-
time, Butts hit Gathers for
the touchdown and the game
was over.


Greg Gathers (in white)
watches the football on its
downward spiral just before
catching it for the winning
touchdown in the jamboree.
-Star photos





Turkey Shoots
Each Saturday
The John C. Gainous Post
10069 V.F.W. will hold a
Turkey Shoot each Saturday
beginning September 8
through January 31, 1985.
The Shoot will be from one to
five o'clock p.m. EDT at the
Post Home in Highland View.
All hunters are invited to'
take part. The winner may
have a choice of a turkey or
ham.


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .... ......... 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00 A.M.
Welcome to Everyone
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METHODISM
kForTwo Centuries
S1V PROCLAIMING
* i Grace and Freedom


1st United
Methodist Church
Constitution & Monument
Port St. Joe, Florida


CHURCH SCHOOL .................... .
MORNING WORSHIP ....................
EVENING WORSHIP................... .
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ...................
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .........
Pastor, Alvin N. Harbour, Jr.


9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
7:30 P.M.
6:30 P.M.
7:30 P.M.
/


Thank You Note
We want to say "Thank
you" for every act of love
shown to us during a trying
time in our lives, when I
was burned severely and
was in the hospital.
We are grateful for your
kindness and considerate
ways, most of all your
prayers; they are what
kept us and seen us through
the valley.
All of you went out of
your way to be nice,
thoughtful and to do favors.
People like you make this
world a better place to live.
Thank you for being
special.
We are thankful for the
hospitals, doctors and
nurses and the ambulance
crew. They did what they
could, but God did the heal-
ing and spared my life and
we give Him all the glory.
HARVIE & AGNES
KENNEDY


GE


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Little

Bar and


1st Street ai
Port



Openir


The young men above were presented with trophies for their marksmanship in the
Junior Rifle Club. Pictured from left are: Randy Ramsey, Michael Ramsey and Bobby
Nobles. Not pictured is Gabriel Kimball, who tied with Randy Ramsey for the honor of "Top
Gun". --Star photo

Win Shooting Awards


The Gulf Riflq Club recent-
ly presented awards for those
young men who participated
in the Junior Rifle pro-
gram. Club members were
treated to a hamburger and
hot dog dinner prior to the
award ceremony.


RAND


'ENING




Red'

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nd Reid Avenue
St. Joe



ng Today!


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n


The. club will hold its
monthly ineeting on Septem-
ber 6 at the clubhouse at the
Range on Hiway 71 at 7:30
P.M.
Hunting season is not far
away. Get out your bow and
arrows, shot gun and rifle,

Marquita Has
1st Birthday
Marquita Thompkins cele-
brated her first birthday on
September 1. Helping her
celebrate this joyous occa-
sion was a host of friends and
relatives.
Marquita is the daughter of
Phyllis and James Thomp-
kins.


and make use of the club's
facility. All members and
guests are cordially invited.


Public

Notices
BID NUMBER FHC-300-GRS
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids on STREET PAVING
WORK, FOREST HILL CEMETERY.
Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's Office, P. 0. Box 278,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. Bid opening
will be held at the Regular City Com-
mission meeting on September 18, 1984
at 5:00-P.M:, E.D.T. '
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE,
i/s C. W. Brock,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 9/6


Photo Developing
Service
Now Available
Disc, 110, 126 and 135

4x6 Enlargements (110 & 135) ... ea. 96
5x7 Enlargement (135) .......... ea. $1.84

Mexico Beach Grocery
Mexico Beach

Campbell's Drug Store
210 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe


PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
216 Monument Avenue Port St Joe Phone 227-1291


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 1984 PAGE SEVEN


Shark Review

News of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
, !" -BY ANNETTE MINGER
Congratulation to the
Shark football team. They
defeated Bay High 6 to 0 in
overtime during the Jam-
boree which was held August
31 in Panama City. The

record going as they compete
against Vernon in the open-
ing game of the season. The
game will be held at Shark
v Stadium on Friday, Septem-
S. .ber 7,. beginning at 8:00 ET.
SThursday night, Septem-
ANNETTE MINGER ber 6, there will be a



HIGHLAND VIEW

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




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community-wide pep rally at
St. Joe Park beginning at
7:30 ET. The pep rally is
sponsored by First Baptist
Church. The community is
invited to hear the Band of
Gold play, the cheerleaders
cheer, and meet the coaching
staff and this year's football
team. Everyone come out


and show your support for
Port St. Joe High School.
Congratulations to the new
officers of the Junior Class.
They are: President, Tiffany
Carr; Vice-President, Jay
Rish; Secretary, Sheila Lu-
cas; Assistant Secretary,
Monica French; Treasurer,


Christy Angerer and Margaret Key Biggs

Places 3rd In NFS

Poetry Competition


Christy Angerer, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Angerer of Mexico Beach,
has been notified that she is.
the Third Place winner in the
prestigious, Manningham
Award poetry contest for
students.
The contest is sponsored
annually in conjunction with
the National Federation of
State Poetry Societies, and it
is furtded entirely by the
Manningham family.
To be eligible for the
competition, the student
must have won in the state's
competfittn first, arid"
Christy was the First Place
winner in the student division
of the Florida State Poets
Association's competition. In
fact, all of those eligible for
the Manningham Award this
.past year were students from
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School.
Christy's poem is titled,
"Death," and was written for
a class anthology, "The
Second Rising of Apollo",
under the instruction of Mrs

FHA Closed
Sept. 18-20
Farmers Home Admini-
stration County Office in
Blountstown will be closed
Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, September 18
through September 20, for
personnel to attend training
meeting. The office will
reopen Friday, September
21.


Alden "Red"





FARRIS


extends a sincere thanks
to Gulf County voters for
their support in the First
Democratic Primary on
September 4.


And a very special "thanks" to the

Democratic Executive Committee for

providing the opportunities to meet


and speak to you at


each of the


political rallies these past few weeks.


Margaret Key Biggs. Christy
currently has poems in com-
petition for the Florida State
Poets Association Student
Award.


Stone Swatts. Congratula-
tions also to the newly-elect-
ed Junior Executive Board
Representatives. The main
goal of the Junior Class each
year is the production of the
Junior-Senior Prom.
The first fund-raiser for the
Junior Class will be a dance
Friday night after the foot-
ball game. Admission will be
$1.00 per person and the Disc
Jockey will be Tim Wilder.
Refreshments will be avail-
able at the dance. Everyone
come and help the Junior
Class in their efforts to raise
money for the Prom.
Congratulations to the new
FBLA (Future Business
Leaders of America) officers
for the 1984-85 school year.
They are: President, Karen
Bolden; Vice-President,
Lesa Jones; Recording Se-
cretary, Sherry Jones; Cor-
responding Secretary, Denna
Russ; Treasurer, Florence
Bailey; and Historian, Ber--
nard Anthony.
Until next weeK, this is
Annette Minger hoping you
have a good one.

PAEC to Meet,
Adopt Studies
The Panhandle Area Edu-
cational Cooperative District
Instructional Materials
Council will meet September
19-21, 1984 for pre-adoption
evaluation of instructional
materials for Secondary
Mathematics for submission
to the State Instructional
Materials Council. All meet-
ings will be held in the PAEC
Conference Room at 411 West
Boulevard, Chipley.
PAEC's District Council is
composed of representatives
from Washington, Holmes,
Jackson, Calhoun, Liberty,
Gulf, and Franklin counties.
Mrs. Jospphine Robinson is*
the coordinator and Dr.
David Bidwill is the Director
of PAEC.
i '/ l -N"r '-


Disabled

Can Get

SSI Pay
Supplemental security in-
come (SSI) payments can be
made to disabled and blind
children as well as to adults,
Ann R. Kinard, Social Securi-
ty field representative for
Gulf County, said recently.
SSI is a Federal program
that provides a basic cash
income to people 65 or older,
or disabled, or blind who do
not have much income and do
not own much in the way of
personal property' or real
estate.
There is no age limit for
SSI payments to people who
are disabled or blind. Young
children can qualify as well
as people beyond 65.
For a child under 18 to be
eligible, he or she must have
an impairment that com-
pares in severity to one
which would prevent an adult
from working for a year or
more. Blindness is defined as
central visual acuity of 20-200
or less in the better eye with
use of a corrective lens 'or
restriction in the visual field
to 20 degrees or less.
In addition to meeting the
disability requirements, a
child must also meet the
income and resources tests to
get payments. The parents'
income and resources count
toward the child's eligibility
after certain deductions are
made.
Generally SSI payments
cannot be made to a person in
a public institution. But
people living in a publicly-
operated community resi-
dence serving no more than
16 people may be eligible.
The maximum SSI pay-
ment is $314 a month, but this
amount is reduced if a person
lives with someone else or
has income above a certain
limit
A child cannot get SSI
payments and take part in
the Aid to Families with
Dependent Children pro-
gram. The parents of a child
eligible for both programs
can choose the one that best
fits the family needs.


For more information
about SSI payments, contact
the .Panama. .,City...SociaL.-
Security office, located at 30
West Government Street.
The telephone number is
7694871.


Christy Arthur and Margaret Key Biggs

Honorable Mention In

National Poetry Contest


Amy Jo Zook, Contest
Chairman for the National
Federation of State Poetry
Societies, has notified Port
St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School
that Christy Arthur, daugh-
ter of Mr.'and Mrs. Michael
Taylor of Mexico Beach, has
won an Honorable Mention in
the Student Division of the
annual contest which is open
to students throughout the
world.
Christy's poem, "A Person
to Be," earned her a Certifi-
cate of Merit for her out-
standing accomplishment.
Christy wrote the poem for
inclusion in her English
class's anthology, "Blossoms
and Moonbeams Beneath a
Strawberry Sunset" under
the instruction of Mrs. Mar-
garet Key Biggs.
Currently Christy has


poems entered in the Florida
State Poets Associaiton com-
petition.


Say You Saw It In The Star!


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NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. Theodore Andrews, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................... 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 1984


Staff Sgt. W. R. Deeson Graduates


From Guard's Non-com School


VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: From left, Paula Ward, Stoutamire, Laurie Butts, Teressa Cozart, Lesley Wilder,
Tammy McGee, Paula Ramsey, Julie Allen, Nancy Sissy Burke and Teresa Jones. -Star photo


Cheerleaders


Attend Training Camp Held at Floric


The Port St. Joe High
School cheerleaders recently
attended an International
Cheerleading Foundation
camp at FSU caampus in
Tallahassee. They were pro-
vided with instruction and
supervised practice in cheer-
ing skills, chants, pyramids,
partner stunts, gymnastics,
and dance routines.
Three long, hard days of


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work culminated in a final
competition on Wednesday
morning. Squads from
schools of all sizes in Geor-
gia, Florida, and Alabama
were in competition. Both the
J. V. and the varsity squads
from Port St. joe were
awarded a blue ribbon in
final competition, and were
selected with four other


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squads in their division to
participate in Grand Cham-
pionship competition. In the
J. V. division, Port St. Joe
won the first place trophy.
For a group of girls who just
began cheering together two
weeks before camp, this was
a remarkable accomplish-
ment. In the varsity division,


la State
the Port St. Joe squad placed
second in close competition
behind Troy, Alabama.
Both squads came home
eager to put into practice
what they learned, and to
work to build school spirit to
an even greater level this
year at Port St. Joe High
School.


JR. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Kneeling, from left:
Antoinette Adams, Lisa Mahlkov, Sonia Quinn, Erica
Williams and Wetona Williams. Standing, from left: Traci
Melvin, Deiska Pentecost, Kelli Kirkland and Kristy Foster.
Not pictured is Tonya Gardner.


Church Sponsors Parade


The Holiness Church of the
Living God, Inc., Apalachi-
cola, will sponsor a Fishers
of Men Parade on October 13,
beginning at 11 a.m.
All church groups, indivi-
duals, school bands, drill
teams, etc. are invited to
participate in this great
"March for Jesus". Deadline
for entering is September 30.
Please enter now.
At the end of the parade
there will be gospel singing,
guest speakers and a fish fry
in Battery Park.
If you are interested or
wish further information,
you may contact the follow-
ing persons: Rosa L. Tolli-
ver, 653-9252; Elder Daniel &
Shirley White, 653-8355; and
Minister Robert L. Davis,
653-8073.







VA:-O-DOWN PAYMENT
MEXICO BCH.
NEW HOMES
1 ANLE Boston Brick
3BD, 2 Bath, home on
beautiful lot. Single
garage. $48.100.
2 ANLE -Tudor style, 3BD,
2BA home, stone exterior.
Cathedral ceiling, single
garage. $49,500.
3 ANLE Southern Coloni-
al, 3BD, 2BA home,
bathrooms w/skylights
and wallpaper. Double
garage. $52,800.

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MEXICO BEACH
Only $2,000 down. 1.88 acres In Mex-
ico Beach with a 3 bd., 1 2 ba. mobile
home. $20,000, owner financing at
12%.
Only $500 down. Lots of North Lake
Estates. New addition. Paved streets,
undergrnd. utilities, 87.5'x108.5',
owner financing 12% Int. 5 yrs.,
$11,500 financed price. $9,500 cash.
8th St. only 'i block from gulf. 2 bd., 1
be. house, good cond, only $32,500.

tage, only $149,000.

ST. JOE BEACH
Atlantic Street lot. Only '/a block from
water. Terrific buy at $15,000.00.
Pineda St. 3 bdrm., 1 ba. house on
75'x150' lot. Great rental. $25,000.00.


PORT ST. JOE
New Listing: 1609 Marvin, 3 bdrm., 1
bath, in excel. shape. Price $37,000.
Great starter home.
New Listing: 102 Yaupon, 3 bd., 2 ba.
brick, 1654 sq. ft. & dbl. garage &
porch. Reduced to $69,900. Assum.
mtg. of $49,000 at 9'/% int.
Dogwood Terrace Patio Homes. Pre-
construction prices. 1 bd. & 2 ba.
units.
New Listing: 818 Marvin Ave. 4 bd., 2
ba., 2,200 sq. ft. block, fenced back
yd. Lg. family home. $74,000.

WEWAHITCHKA
Our Town Road. 2 bdrm., 2 ba. house,
2 lots. $32,000.00.


We have a wide variety of houses, townhouses, lots in all
areas. Call or come by our office for more information.


Professional development,
continuing throughout each
citizen-soldier's military ca-
reer, marked another mile-
stone recently as an ad-
vanced class graduated from
the Florida National Guard
Military Academy's Non-
commissioned Officer School
at Camp Blanding.
Among the 75 graduates of
Advanced Noncommissioned
Officer Course No. 21 is Staff
Sgt. William R. Deeson of
Port St. Joe.
This is the first class to
attend an advanced course
held over eight consecutive
days, rather than during
several individual weekends.
The course is designed exclu-
sively for staff sergeants,
those noncommissioned offi-
cers on the brink of senior
NCO rank.
During their eight inten-
sive days at the academy, the
students studied such sub-
jects as small-group interac-
tion techniques, counseling,
duties, responsibilities and
authority of the platoon ser-
geant, motivating subordi-
nates, resolving ethical con-
flicts, and supply and main-
tenance.
They also tackled the his-
tory of the reserve com-
ponents, personnel manage-
ment, and land and night
navigation. The course con-
cluded with a platoon
trainer's workshop, where
the students concentrated on
developing their skills in
training other personnel in
their units, which are located


MENU

Gulf County
School Lunch
Monday, September 10
Hot dogs, cole slaw, baked
beans, cookies, and milk.
Tuesday, September 11
Lasagna, tossed salad,
baby limas, rolls, and milk.
Wednesday, September 12
Fish, French fries, early
peas, hush puppies, and milk.
Thursday, September 13.
Country fried steak, turnip
greens, fruit cup, rice with
gravy, cornbread, and milk.
Friday, September 14
Hoagie sandwich, lettuce,
tomato, pickles, French
fries, cake and milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.

Pvt. Baxley At
Ft. Irwin, CA
Army Pvt. Terry F. Bax-
ley, son of E. J. Baxley of
1109 Monument Avenue, Port
St. Joe, has arrived for duty
at Fort Irwin, Calif.
Baxley, a cavalry scout
with the 31st Infantry Batta-
lion, was previously assigned
at Fort Knox, Ky.
He is a 1979 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School.


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throughout Florida.
Leadership in a supervi-
sory capacity was stressed
during the course, which
ended with graduation in the
armory at the Florida Na-
tional Guard training site
near Starke.
Deeson is shipping-and-
receiving superintendent
with the 710th Service Com-
pany, Apalachicola. In civili-
an life, he is wood area
operator for St. Joe Paper
Company, Port St. Joe. He
and his wife, Marion, have
four children.
Founded in 1961, the mili-
tary academy originally was
known as the Florida Na-
tional Guard Officer Candi-
date School.
It was reorganized in Sep-
tember 1975 into its present
academy concept with a
year-long officer candidate
program and a two-week
basic noncommissioned offi-
cer school which runs con-,
currently with the officer
candidate school's two-week
summer training phase.
Courses also are held
throughout the year for ad-
vanced and senior NCOs.
During its 23-year history,
the academy has graduated
more than 800 officers and
more than 1600 noncommis-
sioned officers.


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CONVENTIONAL FINANCING AVAILABLE
Special Features Include:
Grounds landscaped with dogwoods, red-top hedge and azaleas.
Exterior walls are brick and masonite with Williamsburg colors, i.e.:
pale blue, tan, yellow, etc. -
Energy-saving features include: insulated windows, ceiling fan in liv-
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Each unit will include: a frost-free refrigerator, dishwasher, stove,
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2 bedroom mobile home,
furn., a.c., cen. heat.
100'x110' lot. Call
Apalachicola, 653-8526.
4tc 8/16
Two 50'x150' clean, level
lots with pines trees. Fortner
Ave. between 4th & 5th
Streets, Mexico Beach. Zon-
ed for mobile home or house,
$17,500 each. Call 648-8225 or
205-735-3988. tfc 7/5
3 bedroom, 2 bath, large.
den, fully carpeted, dbl. car-
port, chain link fence on 2
lots. Located in Port St. Joe.
Call 648-5804 days, 648-8414
evenings. tfc7/19






Yard Sale: Saturday, 8
'I a.m. till. Clothing, furniture,
household articles, bicycle.
520 7th St. Cancelled if rain-
ing.
Yard Sale: 9 a.m. till.
Thursday and Friday, 1410
Long Ave. Free puppies.
Yard Sale: Thursday thru
Saturday. Open at 9, St. Joe
Beach, corner of Desoto &
Americus St. Look for red-
wood house.
Garage Sale: 2102 Cypress
Ave., Friday, 9 to 4. No early
sales.

Mexico Beach Flea
Market Moving Sale. Every-
thing must go. Portable sew-
ing machine $20; recliner
$20; occasional chair $4 to
$10; wood dinette suite $75;
refrigerator $85; washer &
dryer $100; full bedroom
suite $95. Clothes 5c & lOc
each, shoes 25c & 50c. 35th
St., Mexico Beach. 648-8155.
tfc9/6
Garage Sale: Furniture,
odds, ends, clothes all sizes.
Fresh pepper sauce. Sat.,
Spet. 8, 10 a.m. 4 p.m: 516
6th St. 229-8441. Itp


For Sale or Trade: We
have a very fine 1978 Pontiac
Bonneville with air, pwr.
win., pwr. steering, pw.
brakes, am/fm, tilt wheel,
recent painted trim. 89,000
miles. We are interested in a
good % ton long wheel base
Chevy truck. Must be of
equal value or above, will
pay some difference. If not
acceptable trade, will sell
for $3,500. Call 639-5233.
2tp 9/6
1972 Mercury Marquis,
very low mileage, $800. Can
see at 402 Madison St., Oak
Grove or call 227-1800.
2tc 9/6
'79 Pontiac Gran Prix,
very clean, in good cond.
$3,200. Call Caroline at
639-2222, may be seen at
Wewahitchka State Bank.
2tc 9/6
For Sale or Trade: 1970
Ford van, 6 cyl., std., 3-spd.,
good cond. Mag rims, cus-
tom inside. Needs a little
work, $450. 648-8368.
tfc 9/6
1968 Cadillac. Moving,
must sell. Also extra engine
and transmission. $300 or
best offer. Call 229-6133.
Repossession: 1984 Chevy
custom van, loaded, 7,500
miles. Call St. Joe Paper-
makers Federal Credit
Union. 227-1156. 4tc 8/23
1981 Lynx wagon, excel.
,cond: Call after 5 p.m.
229-8427. It 9/6







Babysitter needed., Please
call 229-8600, Judy Rowan.
ltp 9/6

SWith kids in school, -need&
extra money? Sell Avon. Call
your group sales leader.
227-1281. 2tp 9/6


HANNON REALTY, Inc.

(904) 227-1133

FRANK HANNON, Broker
SALES ASSOCIATES
Evenings and Weekends:
Margaret Hale 648-5659 Roy Smith
Mike Ferris 648-5190 Karen King
Frances Chason 229-8747 Marsha Young
HOMES
NEW LISTING: 2 bedroom. 1 bath, fireplace, St. Joe Beach. $78,950.
REDUCED TO SELL: St. Joe Beach. 3 bedroom, 1 'A bath, deck, screen
porch. $69,500.
3 bdrm., 2 ba, fireplace, doublewide trailer on corner lot. Howards Creek.
$27,900.
3 bdrm., 1 ba., assumable mortgage. $26,000.
3 bdrm., 1 ba., deck, screen porch, workshop, corner lot. $24,000.
Neat 2 bdrm., 1 ba. home at St. Joe Beach. Central air and heat. Large
screened porch and attached carport. $38,000. Unfurnished. $42,000 Fur-
nished.
2 bdrm., '1 ba. frame dwelling at 711 Long Avenue. 1,124 sq. ft. Only
$26,000.00.
4 bdrm., 2 ba. house on Ninth Street only $29,500. One bedroom and bath
have separate entrance and could be rented out to help make payments.
4 bdrm., 2 ba., masonry home on 90'x180' corner lot. Has living kitchen, liv-
ing room and double carport. $52,000.00.
3 bdrm., 1'/ bath brick home on corner lot, double carport, 2 screen por-
ches. Only $39,000.
Superb 4 bdrm., 3 be. brick home with 3000 sq. ft. of centrally heated and
cooled living space, fireplace in fam. rm., formal liv. & dining combination.
All this on a spacious lot in excellent neighborhood.
New-3 bdrm. 2 ba. home with split bedroom plan, Ig. kitchen. $61,000.
3 bdrm., 1 ba. home on Long Avenue.,Owner asking $29,500, but willing to
reduce to sell.
COMMERCIAL LOTS
60'x90' corner lot adjacent to professional building, an ideal office site. On-
ly $18,000.
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
150' building lot at Ward Ridge, $11,500.
* High and dry lot at Indian Pass. $11,500.
TOWNHOUSES
We have a nice selection of townhouses on Cape San Bias. St. Joe Beach
and Mexico Beach.
FOR LEASE
3 bedroom, 1 bath. $450 a month, located on Mexico Beach.


m'Aisc.

FORSA'


1981 Kawasaki with cover,
excel. cond. Kerker chrome
exhaust system. spare ex-
haust, low mileage. $1,875
firm. Call 648-5285. ltp 9/6
Orange vinyl king size sofa
and matching rocker, $125.
Call 229-6451, ask for Rena.
ltp
1981 Honda CB900 Custom
motorcycle, in good cond.
Call 229-8542. It 9/6
One twin bed, oak; 1 round
modern coffee table $35; 1
double bed bookcase head-
board & box spring, 1 give-
away chair, steer horns, $15.
Can be seen on carport, 1202
Monument Ave. 229-8601.
It 9/6
Thoroughbred stallion
Real Investment by In Reali-
ty standing complimentary
to approved mares, any
breed. Thoroughbred mares
for sale: 639-2724. 4tp 8/30
21' Cobra travel trailer.
Has Ig. refrigerator & heavy
duty air conditioner & heater
combined. Sleeps 6. Call W.
J. Herring 227-1712. Can be
seen at Howards Creek,
lower landing. 2tp 8/30
U-Pick Grapes. Scupper-
nongs and muscadines, 600
lb. We pick 800 lb. (7 lb.
minimum). Excellent for
eating, jelly & wine. Sweat-
more Ranch, 17 miles north
of the Panama City Mall on
Hwy 231 on Veal Road.
Phone 722-4819. Open daily
8-7, Sundays, 1-7. Closed on
Wednesday. 4tc 8/23
14' fiberglass boat, trailer,
1982 Johnson Seahorse 7%
h.p. Call after 5, 227-1858.
tfic 8/9
Limited edition prints of
Beacon Hill lighthouse in
1913. Only 100 prints made.
See them on display at
Telephone Co. business of-
fice. Only $35.00.
tfc8/2
Color televisions. Console
or portable, largest selection
in Gulf County. Danley Fur-
niture, 401 Reid Ave.
Washers and dryers.
Speed Queen or White-West-
inghouse. Danley Furniture,
401 Reid Ave.

$25.00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
SPECIAL $9.95
to clean, oil and adjust ten-
sion on your sewing mach-
ine. We guarantee your
machine can sew on any fab-
ric.
The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151
tfc 6/7
25' SeaChief, Chev. V-84,
1.0., VHF loran, fish finder,
all modern engine rebuilt
this year. $5,500. Call
648-5229. tfc 8/9
Grandfather clocks by
Ridgeway for sale. Danley
Furniture, 227-1277.

Windmaker fans, floor or
window, 5 yr. warranty.
Danley Furniture. 227-1277.

LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, picnic tables, lawn
chair, settees, flower boxes,
tables, trellis. Call 639-2860.
Wewa.
Your Grandmother
Will Tell You
Good Cooks Use
Watkin's Flavorings
Vanilla, Peppermint,
Rum, etc.
229-6023


tfc 8/16

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Tennis Lessons for Begin-
ners & Intermediate Players
will be offered on Tuesdays
& Thursday from 5:00 p.m.
to 6:00 p.m. for 6 weeks
starting Sept. 11, 1984 Oc-
tober 18, 1984. Lessons will
be held at the 8th St. Tennis
Courts. The fee will be $20.00
per student. Balls will be fur-
nished. For further informa-
tion call 229-6581 or 648-8440.
Instructors will be Sissy
Worley and Julie Creamer.
Must have ten (10) people to
register before class can be
offered.
ltp 9/6





For Rent: 2 bedroom
house facing bay on Hwy. 98,
cen. h&a, 2 Florida rooms,
dbl. garage, on 2% fenced
lots, $265.00 per month, plus
deposit. Call 1/904/877-7818.
2tc 9/6
For Rent: Apartment, liv-
ing room, bedroom, kitchen,
shower, air cond. Refer-
ences required. Call 227-1352.
tfc 9/6
Newly redecorated 2
bedroom downstairs apart-
ment for rent. Call 2294663.
2tp8/30
Furnished 3 bedroom
mobile home, for sale or
rent. For more information
call 229-8609 after 5:00.
2tp 8/30
St. Joe Beach. 3 bdrm., 2
ba. home, over 1800 sq. ft. on
Ig. lot. Fenced back yd., dbl.
caprort, appliances furn.,
partially furn. cen. h&a. Call
227-1588. 2tc 8/30
Furnished apartment, 703
16th St. Call 229-8754.
tfe 8/30
House for Rent: 3 bdrm., 1
ba. unfurnished. Fenced yd.,
workshop, no pets. Lease re-
quired. Shown by appt. only.
229-6553. 2tc 8/30
Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath
house in nice neighborhood.
Call collect 1-562-2055.
2tc 8/30
2 bedroom unfurnished
house on Mexico Beach. Call
Charles 229-8282 or after 5 or
weekends, 670-8417. tfc 8/23
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.
Room for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302,
Reid Ave. tfc 7/5

No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.




There will be a regular
communication of Port St.
Joe Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M.
every first and third Thurs-
day at 8:00 p.m.
Clinton C. Peterson, W.M.
C. Brogdon, Sec.
pd. thru 12/84


LOST: While moving, bet-
ween White City and Port St.
Joe. Brown plaid cushoin to
a loveseat. If found please
call 229-8600 or 227-1839.
ltp9/6

-- Public

Notices
In Re: ESTATE OF
DONNIE HUGH BATSON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
Within three months from the time of
the first publication of this notice you
are required to file with Sandra Batson.
wife. Calhoun County, Florida, whose
address is P. 0. Box 285. Altha, Fiorida
32421, a written and verified statement
of any claim or demand you may have
against the estate of DONNIE BAT-
SON, deceased.
Each claim must be in writing and
must indicate the basis for the claim,
the name and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim is not yet due, the


date when it will become due shall be
stated If the claim is contingent or unli-
quidated. the nature of the uncertainty
shall be stated. If the claim is secured.
the security shall be described. The
claimant shall deliver a copy of the
claim to Sandra Batson.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Dated: August 10. 1984.
Date of the first publication of this
notice: August 30. 1984,
Attorney:
Sandra Bat son.
P. 0. Box 285
Altha. FL 32421
2t 8130

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE,FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
In Probate
Case No. 84.35
IN RE: The Estate of
IRENE M. SCHLICKMAN.
SDeceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
IRENE M. SCHLICKMAN, deceased.
file number 84-35. Is pending In the Cir-
cuit Court of Gulf County, Florida, Pro,
bate Division, the address of which is P.
0. Box 968, Port St. Joe, Florida. The
personal representative of the estate Is
William R. Schllckman, whose address
is Route 3 C, Box 48, Port St. Joe, FL.
The name and address of the Personal
Representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above court a writ-
ten statement of any claim or demand
they may have. Each claim must be In
writing and must indicate the basis for
the claim, the name and address of the
creditor or his agent or attorney, and
the amount claimed. If the claim is not.
yet due, the date when It will become
due shall be stated. If the claim is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the nature of
the uncertainty shall be stated. If the
claim Is secured, the security shall be
described. The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to the
clerk to enable the clerk to mall one
copy to each Personal Representative.
All persons Interested in the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
any objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: August 30,
1984. -.-
Is/WILLIAM R. SCHLICKMAN,
Personal Representative of
the Estate of
IRENE M. SCHLICKMAN
Is/ THOMAS S. GIBSON,
303 Fourth Street
P. 6. Box 87
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Attorney for Petitioner
2t 8/30

TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
to Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida, the fictitious
trade name under which she will be
engaged In business and in which said
business is to be carried on, to-wit:
NAME OF BUSINESS:
MARIAN LOUISE LOOMS
1001 McClellan
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(Owner), Marian Louise Hamby
4t 8/23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
JERRY LINTON.
Petitioner/Husband,
and
HELEN B. LINTON,
Respondent/Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: HELEN B. LINTON:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for dissolution of marriage has been fil-
ed against you. You are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to the action on petitioner's at-
torney whose name and address is
THOMAS S. GIBSON, 303 Fourth
Street, P. 0. Box 87, Port St. Joe.
Florida 32456 on or before September
14, 1984, and file the original with the
clerk of this court, either before service
on petitioner's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a judgement will
be entered to the relief demandmanded in the
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this court on August 15, 1984.
JERRY GATES,
As Clerk of the Court
By: s Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
Court Seal) 4t8/23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOUR-.
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
BARRY F. BARBER,
Husband. Respondent.
And
BETTY JEAN SHAW BARBER.
Wife. Petitione'r.
NOTICE Oe SUIT
TO: Barry F. Barber
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a Peti-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or other response to the Petition on
Petitioners Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE
P. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe. Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Cir-
cuit Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe. Florida 32456.
on or before the 19th day of September.
1984. If you fail to do so, a Final Judg.
ment for the relief sought may be
granted by Default.
DATED this the 20th day of August.
1984.


JERRY GATES.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /st Tonya Knox
4t 8/23


TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Chapter 865.09. Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of.
Gulf County. Florida. the fictitious
trade name under which he will be
engaged in business and in which said
business is to be carried on. to-wit:
NAME OF BUSINESS:
B & W BOATS
P. 0. Box 325
Port St. Joe. FL 32456
Is/ Dick Boyer. Owner
4tc 9/6
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commission of
Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person. company, or corpora-
tion interested in selling the County the
following described personal property:
Three (3) New or Used Solid Waste
Trailers. Specifications are on file in
Clerk's Office Delivery date must be
specified. Liquidated damages for
failure to deliver unit on specified date
will, be set at $25.00 per day.


Bids will be received until 9:00
o'clock A.M.. E.D.T., September 11.
1984. at the Office of the Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court. 1000 Fifth STreet. Port St.
Joe. FL 32456. The Board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids,
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By: /sl Everett Owens. Jr..
Chairman
119/6
NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that an Elec-
tion will be held at the City Hail in the
City uf Ward Ridge. Florida. on Tues-
day. the 18th day of September. '1984.
for the election of the following: One (1)
Commissioner from Group I: One (1)
Commissioner from Group II: and One
(1) Commissioner from Group III. The
term of office shall expire at Midnight
on Monday prior to the first Tuesday in
October. 1988. The polls will open at 7
a.m. E.D.T. and close at 7 p.m. E.D.T.
When there are more than two (2) can-
didates for any office and neither can-
didate receives a majority of total votes


cast for such office, then the Candidate
receiving the highest number of votes
shall be declared the winner.
CITY OF WARD RIDGE, FLORIDA
By: Is/ MARY E. KEITH,
City Clerk 418116
BID NUMBER 299
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, P. O.
Box 278, Port.St. Joe, Florida 32456 re-
quests bids on the following items:
Item 1.4 each VHF MCP 404 WALKIE
TALKIE RADIOS with mobile charger R
X C H 133T X I E and amplifier, installed
In vehicle or equal.
Item. 2. 1 each Base Station MCCV-
R4SN 45 watt, Installed and tested or
equal.
Bid opening will be held September
18, 1984, at 8:00 P.M., E.D.T. In the
Municipal Building at the Regular
Meeting of the City Commission. The
Commission reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
/s/AC. W. BROCK,
City AuditorlClerk 3t 8130


SEVIE


Will do general house-
cleaning. Reasonable,
reliable, ref. Call 648-5670.
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
Thursday, 7:00 P.M., C.S.T.
Wewa Medical Center
BOAT REPAIRS
All Types
and Custom-Made
Fishing Boats
Call 1/639-5212
tfc 6/7
THE TACKLE BOX
"Bass Fisherman's
Headquarters"
Specializing in artificial
lures, fresh water fishing
tackle, wigglers, earth-
worms & crickets. Stop by
our store on
Hwy. 71, White City
Phone 229-6713
6/10 mi. north of bridge

If we don't have it, we'll get
it.
Ice, Cold Drinks, Snacks
We pay top dollars for-
mobile home axles and tires.
Call collect anytime,
648-8368. 1 tfc 6/14
St. Joe Community
Home Repair
All Types Wood, Block or
Mobile Home Repair
"Home Grown &
Home Owned
Hourly Rates
Tommy and Carolyn Strange
Phone 229-8426
"If we ran 'I repair it. re'Il replace it"
tfc 6/14



Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax

Accounting & Income Tax
Service Small Business
Individual
Monthly Accounting.
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hohman
Owner Assistant
220 Reid Ave.
Phone 229-8536




ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS





-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
--Cabinet Work
Gen. Con. RG 0033843

GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P. O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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i IhmK It was something I ate



kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


ST. JOE MACHINE
Machine Work W
506 First Stree
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty A
Every Day
BOB'S SMALL EN
REPAIR
Atlantic St.
St. Joe Beach
Tiller, Chain Sa
& Lawn Mower
Bob Ridgley
648-5106


Now Open
LARRY'S BICYCLE SHOP
Specializing in All
Bicycle Repairs
Rebuilt Bikes for Sale
Also will buy or trade used
bikes for parts.
Free Estimates, Reason-
able Rates. All Work
Guaranteed. Open 9 a.m. 5
p.m. Closed Sunday.
189 Barbara Dr.,
Ward Ridge
229-8019
tfc 8/23


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


E CO. We Move Mobile Homes
Vending Insured
et Call for Information
3 648-8368
Ali Day
Psychological Services for

anyone with problems in
GINE day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe. 227-1145 (24 hours).

ws QUALITY
rs CENTIPEDE SOD
Delivered direct from sod
farm. 14" per sq. ft.
tfc 8/16 Call 1-874-8252 anytime
13tp 6/21


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 6/7



St. Joseph Bay
Construct 'i
* RnIdontlui l |
* Commercall J





W,S. (Biff) Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES
MULTI-FAMILY
229-8795
RG0040048


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151


Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 1O/A

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"






H. L. Allen & Son
GENERAL CONTRACTOR

New and Remodeling
All Types

25 Years Experience
648-5080 or P.C. 763-2924
nc n OMWcm cM cMM


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ERA Parker Realty, Realtor

"Real Estate Specialists for Over 35 Years"


Sales and Rentals
I Monthly or Year Round Rentals Available


648-5777

Hwy. 98 & 31st St. (P.O. Box 123)
x\4,0 "Mexico Beach, Florida 32410

NEW LISTING: PORT ST. JOE
L- Nice brick home with assumable mortgage. 3 bdrm.. 2 bath. Call for
more information. 213 Tapper Avenue.
n maozico~nlntlcin m


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


0 Mexico Beach, Fla.


406 7th Street


CUSTOM MATTING & FRAMING OF:
* PAINTINGS PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK

SEE OUR GIFT ITEMS
"QUOTABLES", NOTE CARDS, ORIGINAL ART &
LIMITED EDITION LIGHTHOUSE PRINTS.
HOURS ARE IRREGULAR DUE TO ILLNESS OF
FAMILY MEMBER. PLEASE CALL FOR APPOINTMENT.
THANKS!
Member Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914


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Campbell's Dru
Complete Prescription Servic
Care Items Gifts Grei
Phone 227-122

Citizens's Federa
AND LOAN ASSO(
Phone 227-141
Comforter Funer
Wewahitchka 639-2271 Port
Costin Insur
Your Independent.
Call 229-8899
COSTIN'
Quality at Savings Ph
Dairy Burl
218 Monument Ave.


VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left formation: Paula Ramsey holding Ter
Paula Ward holding Sissy Burke. Center formation: standing, from left, La
Nancy Stoutamire. On top, from left: Julie Allen, Tammy McGee and Tere
6*6666666666. 666666666666 66...66.66 .


Home Opener Friday


8:00 P.M. SHARK STADIUM ::



PORT ST. JOE


vs. VERNON




















1984 FIGHTING SHARKS: Front row, from left: Lee Parker, Eddie Julius, Hatcher and John Hicks, Terrance Farmer, Curtis Ray, Doug Robinson, Dwight
Sidney Harris, Mike Lewis, Robert Harris, Chris Butts, Greg Gathers, Demitre Cearley, Tan Smiley, Richard Jackson, Walter Seabrooks, Mike Quinn, Joe
Thomas and John Scully. Middle row, from left: Richard Ramsey, Bobby Baker, Norton, Josh Jenkins, assistant coach Wayne Stevens and head coach Shaw
Joe Purswell, Stanley Peters, Jim Norton, Arthur North, Tommy Johnson, Jim- Maddox.
my Walding and Michael Pittman. Standing, from left: Assistant coaches Rick Adults $3.00 Students $2.00

1984 Shark Football Schedule
Sept. 7 Vernon.......... Home Oct. 19 DeFuniak Springs ..... Home
Sept. 14 Open Date Oct. 26 Florida High .......... Home 6
Sept. 21 Chipley .............. Home Nov. 2 Rickards.............. Away
Sept. 28 Havana........ ....... Away Nov. 9 Wakulla .......... ..... Home \
Oct. 5 Apalachicola ..... ..... Home Nov. 16 Wewahitchka. ......... Away
Oct. 12 Blountstown ..........Away


g Store Danley Furniture Co. Miller Agency, Inc. Roche Furniture
e Home Health TheM Greatest Place On Worth Chevron Products Phone 229-8081 209 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1730
eting Cards
lding and Mich Daid Rich's IGA Motel St. Joe Restaurant SAVEWAYhes Rik
Customers Are Our Greatest Asset Family Style Good Food We Specialize In Iowa Corn Fed Beef
I Savings Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka Open 7 Days A Week 6 a~m. to 10 p.m. and Fresh-As-Possible Produce
IATION 227-1564 and 639-5343 Shark Football Schedule
6 The Decorator Den Pa Octte's Service Center LEON POLLOCK, Authorized catalog
Sal Home Complete Floral Service 227-1862 Firestone & Michelin Tires 227-1291 Sales Merchant
VISA and Mastercharge Available
St. Joe 227-1818 Margaret and Tim Ard 229-8816 Jacque St. Jo Auto PartA
Sept.Yeagervana Away Nov. 9 Wakulla .... ........... Homer






Oct. 5 Apalachicola Home Nov. 16 WewahitchkNAPA Phone 2298222
Oct. 12 esbachlountstown ...ers Home of the Lowest prices n TownAway
Agent 208 Monument Ave. Phone 227-1728 St. Joe Furniture
and APPLIANCE CO. Phone 227-1251
S Earley's Hardware Raffield Retail Market St Joe Hardware
one 229-8716 Hwy. 98 Highland View Phone 229-8232 Phone 229-6877 081 209 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1730'
Whirlpool Appliances Phone 229-8028
er Florida 1st National Bank Renfro Auto Parts. VEWAY Motor Co
229-8763 at Port St. Joe Phone 229-8282 Phone 2296013m. andFresh-As-PossibleProduce
PhonCIATION 227-1564 and 639-5343227-1336






The DecGilmore Funeral Homervice Center LE. LLOCK, Authorized Catal Gas
Dignified, Professional Service Gas227-1862 Firestone & Michelin Tires 227-alBetter Phone 229-8216
AGas VISA and Mastercharge Available





Port St Joe.229St. Joe 227-1818 Margaret andTim Ard229-8816 Wewa 639-5602






St. Joseph Bay Florist
Gulf South Mini Warehouses Call Phone 22 9-8222343
816 4th St Port St Joe Agent 208 Monument Ave. Phone 227-1728 St. Joe Furniture29-6332
andCome By For A Snack Phone 227-132351







SEarley Flowers for Everay Occasion R i Terry's Fried Chicken
Try Our Delicious Crispy Chicken
Hannon Insurance Corner of 5th & Monument 229-6263


and Real Estate 227-1133 T
Thames Jewelers
Good Luck from Hardee's Watches Diamonds Gifts
Mefor All Occasions
Meet Your Friends Here After the Games Phone 229-8723
K&D TV & Sound Western Auto
Your RADIO SHACK Dealer Your Tire Center
Luclles B aut j David B. May Phone 227-1105
Lucille's Beauty Join the Winning Team at
esa Jones. Right formation: & Fashion Boutique Wewahitchka State Bank
urie Butts, Lesley Wilder and 234 Reid Ave. Phone 229-8153
3ssa Cozart. Phone 229-8226
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The Athletic House
323 Reid Ave. Phone 229-6805
Kay and David Reed, Owners
Judy Harvey, Manager
BADCOCK
201 Reid Avenue Phone 229-6195
Steve Richardson, Owner
Bepch Lumber Co.
Call 648-5014 for All Your Building Nbeeds
BOYLES
Shoes for the Family
Clothing 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


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DAVID RICI
F6odliners .
Port St. Joe & Wewahitchka


QUANTITY RIGHTS
RESERVED


Prices Good September 5-11,1984


FOR TOTAL SAVINGS!

... Wi NtA .t Mfe.a % ao', u Q4ome,!
THE BUYING POWER OF ALL IGA S HAS BE COMBINED. WHICH MEANS WE
ARE PURCHASING PRODUCTS AT ITS LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE! THESE
SAVINGS, ALONG WITH TEMPORARY MANUFACTURERS ALLOWANCES ARE
BEING PASSED ON TO YOU, OUR CUSTOMERS IN LOWER PRICES THROUGH-
OUT THE STORE! THE -PRICE WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT AS LONG AS WE
RECEIVE THE ALLOWANCE FROM THE MANUFACTURER.
Check And Compare Our Our "PRICE CUTTER" SAVINGS!


Tablerite Extra Lean
USDA Choice Eye 0 Round 5 Lbs. or More
Roast or Steak GRND. CHUCK


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Delicious
HASH BROWN PATTIES

20 countIl.99


DOULE ISCUTPCIL


5 LBS. '
EXPIRES SEPT. 11, 1984
WITH 2 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATES


ID L IS I


2


EXPIRES SEPT. 11, 1984 'TE
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


IGA
Pizzas .... . .. 1oz. 69
ORE IDA
Tater Tots ... Lb. 9
MRS. SMITH'S 1q89
Apple Pies .. ... 26 oz.
SENECA
Apple Juice...... 12oz. 89O
MEADOW GOLD SUPREME $1 89
Ice Cream .. .. ,ga. rounds 1
DOLE FRUIT & JUICE 169
Bars . ... ak


ILI:.D U I


Prell Shampoo...
Suave Shampoo &c
Alka Seltzer......
Flea Collar (Sergeant's)


...... oz. $169
ond. . 16 oz. $1
. . 25's $179
. . Ea. $219


CHICKEN OF SEA
CHUNK
TUNA


61/2 oz.
EXPIRES SEPT. 11, 1984
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE



DIRY DPARMEN


CITRUS HILL
Orange Juice
BREAKSTONE
Sour Cream..
SEALTEST REG.
Cot. Cheese.
PILLSBURY H.J.
Biscuits......


. 64 ..Ioz. 1
0 16 ..loz. ggi:
24 OZ. $149.
.2, o z:.$10


FAB g
DETERGENT
49 oz. i 9 9
EXPIRES SEPT. 11, 1984
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


GOLD MEl


IDLO TEEO "PCCTRII


Contadina Stewed Tomatoes ........... 14 oz.
Mueller's Spaghetti .................. 16 oz.
Lesueur Peas........................ 17 oz.
Mahatma Rice ..... .................. 2 Lbs.
Kraft Deluxe Dinners ................. 14 oz.
Vlasic Kosher Dills ................... 32 oz.
Delmonte Tomato Sauce.............3 8 oz.


690
67"
61
840
$ao
$130
$1 O


Red Plums Al


lb49


Delmonte Tomato Paste ...............2 6 oz.
Van Camp Kidney Beans ................ 300
Van Camp Mexi Chili Beans.............. 300
IGA Coffee Creamer .... ............... 16 oz.
Bernardin Standard 2-Pc. Caps (Lid & Top) .. 12's
Pine Sol............................... 28 oz.
Trail Blazer Dog Food .................. 50 Lbs.


790
430
510
810
$129
$2"
$749


Extra Fancy Slicing b

Tomatoes Ib.


Red or Gold Del. Apples 3 Ib. bag 88 Green Head Cabbage... 2 heads $100
RED EMPEROR OR a /$00
White Seedless Grapes..... Ib. 69 Yellow or White Sweet Corn 6/$100
Western Cantaloupes....... ea. 88 Yellow Onions ........ 31b.bag79
California Celery ........ stalk 39 Bartlett Pears......... 4 for69
Fresh Shelied, Blanched & Quick Frozen FILL YOUR FREEZER $ 1 2

Peas & Butterbeans.......... bag 125 .


U.S. No. 1 WHITE


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20
IC.


Georgia Red Jewel
SWEET' POTATOES
3 1b. 88


BULK RATE
U.S. POSTAGE
PAID


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Turnips Mustard- Collards
Chef BoyArDee............ ,81C ARMOURTREET .. .. .
Dawn Dishwashing Liquid 48ez. fmiiysize.2.88 SHIELDSOAP(Pre-piced39'). .- 3.5oz.4 $1.00
Fresh Greens p ray Wash ............... s.59 Nature ValleyGranola&FruitBar. ,o.1.49
Market Prices appy s hamburger Dill Chips 32z.99 Carnation Tal Evaporated Milk a e. c2/n88 '
White Lily Meal ............. b.bg88' White House Apple Juice ..... .. 3279
FRESH MUSHROOMS ..... .... pkg.uu Manco Corned Beef ............. 12ez.99C Mt. Olive Sweet Relish ......... 12eo.79C
BAKING POTATOES ....... bsa Fresh Speckled
10 Lb. U.S. No. 1 White Butter-

P tat P 2 Beans L b
SFresh Cello Pak Spinach.... 1.29
lound agY EMountain Grown Tomatoes... ,b.







*n OUR COLD SANDWICHES ARE THE BEST 8-PIECE FRIED CHICKEN BOX $.99
SGRAB-A-BITE-TO-EAT-ON-THE-WAY"
SWe're Open at 6 Each Morning with
hDEAL IN TOWN D SR AK A T This Week's Dinner Menu
SCOLD ROAST BEEF PO BOY HIAM AND SWISS -lmirC THURSDAY tered cabbage, squash, corn,
STURKEY & BACON- CORNED BEEF & SWISS HAM & CHEESE Fried chicken, bbq ribs, bbq peach cobbler, cornbread, rolls.
EGGS, chicken 'A or /2, potato salad, MONDAY
1 .BISCUITS 1 macaroni & cheese, baked Fried chicken, pepper steak,
SA Ae j beans, turnip greens, corn on pork chops, macaroni & cheese,
B A G P O. L 8 SAUSAGE, cob, rice, peach, cobbler, corn- rice, turnips, peas & beans,
GRITS ....... bread, rolls, fried okra, squash, peach cob-
SMountl FRIDAY bier, cornbread, rolls.


Ea. Fried chicken, fresh mullet, cub- TUESDAY
ed steak, macaroni & cheese, Fried chicken, chicken & dress-
mashed potatoes, green limas, ing, beef stew, macaroni &
Hot Coffee ..... cup 25 fried okra, mustard greens, pot- cheese, yam patties, rice, broc-
S. we Prepare Them Fresh Daily ato salad, cole slaw, peach cob- coll casserole, green beans,
Fresh Made Each Morning bier, cornbread, rlls, squash, cabbage, peach cob-
SATURDAY bier, cornbread, rolls.
Introducing Saveway's Own Fried chicken, smoked chicken WEDNESDAY
wings, meat loaf, macaroni & Fried chicken, chicken & dumpi-
SDonuts 6 forr99 cheese, rice, green beans, but- Ings, meat loaf, macaroni &
\f S la Fh D F B 7 9 h cheese, field peas, turnip
greens, mashed potatoes, fried
Chef Salad Fresh Daily FRESH BREADS 21 okra, peach cobbler, cornbread,
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.bo the Smart Shoppers In These Communities
Wewahitchka, Dalkeith, Howard Creek, White City, Honeyville, Apalachicola,
. -Eastpoint, Cape San Bias, Indian Pass, Overstreet, Mexico Beach, Beacon Hill,
St. Joe Beach, Highland View, Port St. Joe, Oak Grove, Ward Ridge, Jones Homestead
end Their Grocery Money at SAVEWAY, But We Don't Know What They Do with All


BULK U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
Permit No. 65
Port St. Joe, FL 32456


CARRIER ROUTE
PRE-SORTED
OCCUPANT P.0. BOX____-


Their SAVINGS!!


Limit Rights Reserved
None Sold to Dealers


* 2 liter bottle 9 9


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Lmit 1 Super Discount Special wlEa. $25 Purchase
Excluding Cigarette & Tobacco Products


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GEORGE W. DUREN
Owner, Manager


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Specials for
Sept. 6 thru 12


510 Fifth St.
Port St. Joe, FL


Soft and Pretty Bathroom Tissue LMI~ PEASE4rollpkg.89


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3 16.o1.00
32 oz. bottle 9 9


Grade A DOZEN
Large EGGS


S 9 izark alley
69 POT PIES


rKist


I a a
Limit 1 Super Discount Special w/Ea. $25 Purchase
Excluding Cigarette & Tobacco Products


THE-FREEZER BEEF SALE OF THE YEAR
Ill Beef Loin (Sirloin, T.Bone, P'house) lb. 1.59
short Loin (iT-Bne, Porterhouse) .... l1.69
hsle Sirloin .............. b.1.55
,ind% Beef ... .......... 1.1.23
Full Beef ................ 101.22

BUDGET STRETCHERS
KEY DRUMSTICKS
tK NECKBONES
IK FEET
KEY WINGS 3'h -
tK TAILS 9
KEY NECKS lb.
own Small
PARE $15
lBS Lb. 1.5 9

Family Pak Turkey Added

round Beef


Fisher 12 oz. A
Cheese Singles...... 99
1 Pound Quarters
Imperial Margarine... 59
Florida Gold Orange Juice ......... 4 oz. 1.39
Farm Gold 3 lb. Dairy Pail.............. 1.39
Breakstone Cottage Cheese ........... $1.49
Merico Butter-me-not Biscuits.... O1 ct 21$1.00

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OUR BEST WESTERN CHOICE BEEF


Choice New York Strips .....
Choice Rib Eye Steaks . ..
Choice Sirloin Steak........
Choice T-Bone Steaks ... ...
Choice Porterhouse Steak .
Choice Boneless Rump Roast .


USDA Good
Round Steak. Lb.1.79,


lb.$3.88
lb.$3079
lb.$2ms.7S\
lb.$2.88
lb.$2m99
lb.$l.7;


USDA Good
T-Bone Steak


Fine Fare 1
Blackeye Peas .. ,ooL /89
Edward's Lattice Crust 39
Apple Pie........ .39
Sunvale 10 oz. Strawberries........... 2/89
12 oz. Florida Gold Apple Juice........ 790
Morton Sugar & Spice Donuts.......... $1.19
12 oz. Fine Fare Grape Juice............. 590
O OUSDA Good
SIRLOIN,

STEAK

119.





ALL MEAT STEW
lb. 1.59


Fresh Quartered


r THIGHSLb.


QuateedorCoutr Syl
*HLEFRER


nily Pak All Beef
round Beef lb.69
mily Pak Extra Lean
ROUND ROUND


lb. 149


Chicken Wings................. lb.49
Fam. Pak Center Cut Pork Chops Ib. $1.88
LAMB PATTIES ............... lb.99
OLD TOWN ROLL SAUSAGE ..... lb.roll 990


COLA....
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. Big "R" Canned TOMATOES


HEINZ TOMATO KETCHUP
DAIY EP.


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Extra Lean Tender Sirloin
PORK $119
CHOPS b.1


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THE STARPort St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 6,1984


MINUTE S...Town of Mexico Beach


The Town of Mexico Beach
held a Public Hearing and
Regular Meeting on Tues-
day, July 10, 1984 at 6:30 P.M.
In, attendance at the Public
Hearing were Councilman
Robert Timmons (Mayor
Pro-Tern), Council Members
Tom Marquardt, Barbara
Pierce, Frank Golson. Also
present were Police Chief
Harris and Town Clerk Hut-
chinson.
The hearing was called to
order by Councilman Tim-
mons to consider an amend-
ment to Section 4 of Ordi-
nance No. 96.
.At the request of several
members of the audience,
Councilman Timmons start-
ed reading verbatim 'the
proposed amendment start-
ing with Section 1, page 1.
In Zoning Districts RLD,
RG and RMD there were
objections to the maximum
height of 32' requested that
it remain at 30'.
In Zoning District RMD:
Objections to (1) Permitted
Principal Uses: Item 2.
Townhouses & multi-family
dwellings except for large
lots, (2) Item 4. Home
Occupations (Permissable


Uses by Exception), (3)
Minimum Yard Require-
ments define what is side of
lot and what is front of lot.
Mr. Wysong suggested a 6'
blanket set back from side lot
line of 50' wide lots.
Recommended using old
language regarding off-
street parking requirements.
Due to length of public
hearing (6:30-7:30) the Coun-
cil agreed to continue the
public hearing at a future
date to discuss the remainder
of the proposed ordinance
(pages 5-11).
In attendance at the Regu-
lar Meeting were Council-
man Robert Timmons (Ma-
yor Pro-Ternm), Council Mem-
rs Tom Marquardt, Bar-
bara Pierce, Frank Golson.
Also present were Police,
Chief Harris, Town Attorney
Komarek and Town Clerk
Hutchinson.
The meeting was called to
order by Councilman Tim-
mons at 7:30 P.M. (delayed
due to length of public
hearing on zoning amend-
ment). The Pledge of Allegi-
ance was recited in unison.
Prayer was given by Chief
Harris.


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PUBLIC NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING FOR
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
The City of Port St. Joe is considering apply-
ing to the Florida Department of Community.
Affairs for a Small Cities Community
Development Block Grant. The city may ap-
ply for one grant in the area of housing and
one grant in the area of neighborhood and
commercial revitalization in an amount up to
$650,000 each. These funds must be used for
one of the following purposes:
1. to benefit low and moderate income
persons; or
2. to aid in the prevention or elimination of
slums or blight; or.
3. to meet other community d-evelopment
needs having a particular urgency
because existing conditions pose a
,serious and immediate threat to the
health and welfare of .the community
where other financial resources are not
available to meet such needs. The appli-
cant and the Florida Department of Com-
munity Affairs must certify and the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban
Development must concur that such con-
ditions exist.
The activities for which these funds may be
used are in the areas of housing, public
facilities and economic development. More
specific details regarding eligible activities,
program requirements, and the rating system
will be provided at a public hearing which
will be held at
City Hall; Saturday, September 8,
1984
at 10 a.m. local time.
The hearing will be conducted by the ap-
pointed Citizens Advisory Task Force and its
purpose is to obtain citizen input into the
development of the application and to review
progress on the previous CDBG grant, if ap-
plicable.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE .
P. 0. Box 278
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-8261
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Minutes of the regular
meeting of June 12, 1984 wer
presented by Councilman
Timmons who recommended
that they be tabled until the
next meeting. Councilman
Golson made a motion to this
effect; 2nd by Councilman
Marquardt. Motion ,passed
4-0.
Citizens comments: A
member of the audience
stated that the Town needs a
parking ordinance. He was
advised that this item would
be taken up under "New
Business".
Several complaints were
made regarding the condi-
tion of streets on the beach
side specifically 31st St.,
32nd St., and 42nd St. In
response to complaints that
the gas and TV companies
had cut driveways, Council-
man Marquardt indicated
that he would check into it.
Financial Reports: Coun-
cilman Timmons presented
the financial statement for
the General Fund for the
period ending June 30, 1984.
Motion to accept the report
made by Councilman Gol-
son; 2nd by Councilwoman
Pierce. Motion passed 4-0.
Councilman Timmons ex-
plained that due to computer
change-over the financial
statement for the water
department 'would not be
ready until the next meeting.
Councilman Timmons read
a letter which had been
received from Ms. Thompson
requesting that the Town
alleviate the drainage prob-
lem in front of her office at
the corner of 19th St. & Hwy
98. In response to a query
from Councilman Timmons,
she stated that she owns the
property all the way, to the
canal and that she would give
the Town'a 3' easement to
install a drainage culvert
across her property. Ms.
Thompson said that DOT is
responsible for some of the
heavy run-off from Hwy 98.
Councilman Timmons stated
that he would refer this
matter ,to the Mayor.
Councilman Timmons
stated that he had received a
letter from FEMA which
requested that the Council
establish a "certification of
floor elevation of structures
in A-zones". Mr. Heathcock
explained that the Town
adopted an ordinance in 1977
to qualify for-flood insurance.
He stated that a representa-
tive from FEMA came to
- Mexico Beach in January to,
do an evaluation of the
Town' compliance. He ex-
plained the zbnes involved
and the requirements to be
met in order to continue to
qualify for flood insurance.
Councilman Golson made a
motion to adopt a 9' bottom
floor elevation (above sea
level) for new construction:
2nd by Councilwoman
Pierce. Motion passed 4-0.
Department Reports:
Beach- Councilman Mar-
quardt reported that the
seaweed on the beach will be
cleaned up as soon as it stops
coming in starting to clear
up in the water.
Police-- monthly report
read by Councilman Tim-
mons. Councilman Timmons
presented four applications
for membership in the police
auxiliary: Clarence Wheeler,
Barry Bonner, Glenn Luben,
Diane Keeling. Chief Harris
recommended that they be,
accepted. Councilman Gol-
son made a motion that they
be accepted; 2nd by Council-
woman Pierce, Motion
passed 4-0.
Water- Councilman Gol-
son reported that the billing
on the computer is working
well. The ground storage
tank ie complete and in
service. The system was
inspected by FmHa today.
Work should be complete in
next 10'days. The contractor
is scheduled to install the
high rise pump Monday
which may cause decreased
water pressure conserve
water usage.
Canal- Councilman Mar-
quardt reported that Mr.
Lecroy from Bay County will
be down may be able to get
dragline to dredge the canal
from the bridge outward.
Pier- Councilman Mar-
quardt stated that most of the
repairs to the pier are
complete. In response to a
written request, a section
was cut out of the piling at
the base of the on-ramp in


order for individuals in wheel
chairs to have access to the
pier.
Committee Reports: None.
Unfinished Business: (1)
Ordinance No. 97 amend-
ment- Councilman Tim-
mons presented a draft of a
proposed ordinance covering
the requirements for indivi-
duals appointed to the Board
of Adjustments. Councilman
Golson made a motion to
have the first reading by title
only; 2nd by Councilman
Marquardt. Councilman
Marquardt questioned the
criteria requirements what
is the basis for choosing who
will serve on the Board.
Motion and 2nd withdrawn.
Councilman Golson made a
motion to table any action
until more information is
available; 2nd by Council-
woman Pierce. Motion pass-
ed 4-0.
Councilman Golson stated
that two months ago the
Town attorney was instruct-
ed to advise the Council of the
legality of the request sub-
mitted by Mr. Thornton. Mr.
Komarek responded that he
had no opinion at this time.
Councilman Golson made a
motion that the attorney be
instructed to bring his opini-
on to the Council at the next
meeting; 2nd by Council-
woman Pierce. Motion pass-
ed 4-0.
New Business: (1) Resig-
nation of Mr. Rudloff- Coun-
cilman Timmons read Mr.
Rudloff's letter of resigna-
tion. Motion to accept the
resignation made by Council-
man Marquardt; 2nd by
Councilwoman Pierce. Mo-
tion passed 4-0.
(2) Application to Depart-
ment of Community Af-
fairs- Councilman Timmons
explained that the State had
allocated $9,959 to Bay
County through' the Commu-
nity Services Trust Fund. He
stated that the two Gulf
County agencies who provide
services for Mexico Beach
residents (Gulf County Guid-
ance Cling and Gulf County
Association for Retarded Ci-
tizens) had requested assist-
ance from Mexico Beach -
$700 and $600 respectively.
He presented a resolution to
the Council be which this
assistance would be provid-
ed. After Councilman Tim-
mons read the resolution in
its entirety, Councilman
Marquardt made a motion to
adopt; 2nd by Councilman
Golson. Motion passed 4-0.
Application to be submitted
to the State.
(3) Councilman Timmons
explained that Ordinance No.
96 provides for the establish-
ment of a schedule of fees but
that this had never been
done. He presented a resolu-
tion establishing the schedule
of fees for re-zoning requests.'
After Councilman Timmons
read the resolution in its
entirety, Councilman Golson
made a motion to adopt; 2nd
by Councilman Marquardt.
Motion passed 4-0.
(4) Councilman Timmons
presented an ordinance es-
tablishing parking and load-
ing zone regulations. Council-
man Golson made 'a motion
to have the first reading of
Ordinance No. 150 by title
only; 2nd by Councilman
Marquardt. Motion passed
4-0. Title ready Councilman
Timmons. Mr. Dozier recom-
mended that Section 7. para.
1 be amended to read..."for a
period exceeding twenty-four
(24) hours". There were no
objections to this change. In
response to several com-
plaints regarding the block-
ing of streetends and access
to the beach, Councilman
Timmons indicated that this
ordinance should correct
most of the problems. In
response to Ms. Wexler's
problem with cars parking
'and blocking her 'drive-way,
Councilman Timmons re-
quested that Chief Harris see
what can be done.
(5) Councilman Timmons
presented the taxable value
certification received from
the Bay County Property
Appraiser. He noted that new
structures will not be taxed
until next year. A meeting
will need to be scheduled to
set the tentative millage.
A request was made that
no building permit be issued
as of this date until the issue
of front and side yards
(whether the street side can
be considered the side of a


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This week I conclude my
discussion of the results of my
annual questionnaire. I have
issued the questionnaire every
year for many years now and
find the results always impor-
tant as I strive to best serve the
people of the Second Congres-
sional District of Florida. I pay
particular attention to. the in-
dividual comments people write
on the issues of most impor-
tance to them. From these com-
ments come suggestions that I
incorporate into the next ques-
tionnaire and much sound ad-
vice. I want-to express to all of
you who responded, my sincere
appreciation.
The United States, in recent
years, has increased its efforts
at.enforcing drug laws. 2.9%
believe these efforts have been
successful and 35% believe
they have been moderately suc-
cessful. Fully 43.5% believe the
increased efforts have been a
. failure..
There has been much
discussion lately about the
crime rate and I asked if crime
has increased significantly over
the past year in your communi-
ty. 42.9%0/ said yes and 57.5%
noted no significant increase in
crime.
1 87% favor limitations on im-
ports from those countries
which impose trade barriers on
American-made products.
When asked how they felt
Amerian products ranked with
international competition,
13.2% felt our products Wvere
more competitive in price and
quality, 67.9% felt we were less
competitive in' price and quali-
ty, and 18.9% felt we were
equal.
When asked to rank the
problems we have competitive-
ly, 23% said poor workman-
ship, 6% blamed outdated
plants, poor management
received 12%, 37% said labor
costs. 10% stated low produc-
tivity and over 9% said un-
fair -trade practices by other
nations.
And, finally, 53.6% said
they felt large corporations

lot) can be resolved. No
Council action taken on this
request.
Motion to adjourn made by
Councilman Golson; 2nd by
Councilwoman Pierce. Mo-
tion passed 4-0. Meeting
adjourned at 9:08 P.M.
M. L. (Bob) Hale
Mayor-Councilman
Patricia L. Hutchinson
Town Clerk


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within the same industry should
not be allowed to merge.
I have already started think-
ing of questions to ask next year
and invite your suggestions. Of
course, it is not possible to ask
all of the questions one might
wish to but, as I said, I get many
valuable suggestions for ques-
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District.

Under our Constitution, 34
states may petition Congress to
convene a constitutional con-
vention. To date, 32 states have
passed resolutions calling for a
convention-to consider a con-
stitutional amendment to re-
quire a balanced federal budget.
Experts in the field of con-
stitutional law believe such a
convention would be unwise in
that it could re-write our basic
document of government and I
am not-certain that such an un-
precedented event would be
welcome.
I have introduced a constitu-
tional amendment to require a
balanced budget and have co-
sponsored legislation to require
the President, and the House
and Senate Budget Committees
to send balanced budgets to the
floor of the House of Represen-
tatives and Senate for con-
sideration.
We simply cannot continue
with $200 billion deficits and I
am hopeful that Congress will
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