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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1984
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 12


THE STAR

Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1984


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Subdivision Opening



80 New Residential Lots Being Opened


Bids were received this week on projects
which will open about 80 new residential lots
inside the City Limits of Port St. Joe sometime
next year.
The bids called for construction of water and
sewer services and paved streets in three
different areas of the city; extending one street
and building two new ones.
The new residential areas are on land owned
by St. Joseph Land and Development Company,
which is bearing the expense of the improve- .
ments, even though the City of Port St. Joe is
directing the construction work to make it
compatible with surrounding sanitary services
and City codes.
T&A Utilities of Panama City was the
apparent low bidder on both the water and sewer
service installation and street paving Monday
when bids were opened on the work at the Fire
Station. The land company .had its engineers
prepare all plans and receive the bids, with the
City officials on hand to help with the bidding.

T&A filed a total bid of $456,543 for the
complete job and Gulf Asphalt, also of Panama
City, entered a bid of $657,630 for the same work.
Both bids will be studied by the Engineers to see


if they meet specifications before bids are finally
let at the City Commission iieeting Tuesday
night of next week.
The work will open up a two block extension


Bids received Monday for in-
stallation of water-and sewer;
paving streets.

of Marvin Avenue, south from its present end at
20th Street. Forest Park Avenue will be opened
up for the first time, extending the street from
17th Street to 20th Street. Forest Park Avenue
lies just east of the Presbyterian Church.
The third piece of property to be opened up is
almost outside the City Limits. Cabell Drive will
be built, running parallel with 'Gautier Lane
from Second Avenue to Highway 98. This will be
the largest single tract developed with the entire
area lying between the boundaries of Gautier,
Highway 98, Second Avenue and Oak, Grove,
being opened up for residential building.
The bids included installing 8,500 lineal feet
of six inch water main; 7.200 feet of eight inch
sanitary-sewer; two sewage lift stations; 955 feet
of four inch force main and 4,400 feet of paving,


20 feet in width.
Planning for the new homesite preparation
started some two years ago, but market
conditions put the project in storage for a while,
with progress experienced only in getting
necessary! permits from the State of Florida for
sanitary sOrvice installation, drainage and other
necessaty;f permits.
Workaon the projects is expected to begin
within short while after bids are let.
Completion of the preparation work should be
finished around the middle of the year. When the
lots will goon sale is up to the discretion of the St.
Joseph and and Development Company, but the
proper.tY' is expected to be open to purchase
immediately after the services are put into place.
All three of the new home sites have been
accepted on the plats of both the City of Port St.
Joe ind Gulf County, pending the completionmof
the"construction work.
This is' the first time new property has been
opened upif or development of. housing since
Bellamy circle was opened up and built on some
20 years, ago. While there are still several
building lots remaining in the City, most of the
better lotg' have been built on long ago. The new
property opening is expected to fill a need for
home building sites in the City for at least the
next few years.


This Jeep and boat were both Jeep driver braked suddenly on Highway
damaged Friday afternoon, when the 98. -Star photo


Boat, Trailer Damaged
A boat and trailer, being pulled by a direction, when he had to brake suddenly
Jeep, jack-knifed and caused damage to to avoid a rear-end collision, The sudden
both the boat and the Jeep on Highway stop caused the boat and trailer to
98, near DeSoto Steet on St. Joe Beach jack-knife and strike the Jeep, according.
Friday afternoon. ., to Florida Highway Trooper, Al Harri-
Robin Bert Gwaltney of Panama son. Harrison said there would be no .
City, was travelling in a westerly charges filed in the incident.


Sharks GotoPerry Friday for First of Play-offs
* *, f**- l a .** f s './ ^ r /*.*


Port St. Joe's football the District by defeating post-season -schedule four
Sharks will begin the quest Wakulla. High School's War times, winning the cham-
for the state championship in Eagles two weeks ago, earn- piQnship in 1971, defeating
:class 2-A Friday night, when ing them their first shot at Cross City here in Port St
they travel to Perry for the the play-offs since 1975. Joe, after winning the game
first of four games to decide Since the play-off system people still talk about here in
thewinner of thestatecrown. was introduced, the Sharks Gulf County. The Sharks
The Sharks finished first in have been involved in the defeated Father Lopez in a
preliminary game, which
was probably the. best foot-
rte-TriabLnquiry --alu aye
Port St. Joe:
S ll P t Til The Sharks were involved
talls Pre.scott Trial in the play-offs. for the two


Robert P. Prescott, 19, of
Wewahitchka, will see what
his sentence would be before
entering a plea in an unusual
turn of events Monday of this
week."
Prescott was to have gone,
on trial for the charges of
attempted first-degree mur-
der, sexual battery and burg-
lary of a dwelling. Prescott.
faces a maximum penalty of
life imprisonment but this
could be ,softened under
Florida's sentencing guide-


lines, which take past offen-
ses or lack of, into considera-
.tion.
. Prescott is charged with
attacking a 72-year-old We-
wahitchka woman on July. 5.
According to Assistant
State Attorney, Mel Magid-
son, the pre-plea pre-sen-
fence investigation is un-
usual, with no plea being,
made by the defendant until
.the investigation is complet-
ed. The study is expected to
take about two weeks.


'previous seasons, losing lu
Baker in the preliminaries in
the 1969 Season and to
Wildwood in the finals in the
1970 season. In the 1975
season, the Sharks lost -to
Jasper in Hamilton County in
the semi-finials.
The Sharks are taking their
second-best season record
into the play-offs. This year;
the team is 9-1, losing only to
Rickards, 8-0, in a hard-
fought contest in Tallahas-
see. The Sharks were' 'un-


scored on for five of their 10
games ad' gave up oiily 47
points tooppon6nts all season
long.,/
According to coach Shaw
.Maddox, the Sharks; are
going into the play-offs with
thefulisquad healthy. ."We'll
bate to stay that way
.-fhroughout the se4es, Jbe-
ciaue we have little depth.
We'll have to have good
weather for the games, be-
cause we are' not big enough
and.our offense doesn't rely
on size enough to play a
physical game in the mud. If
the weather is bad or we get
one of our skill positions hurt,
we'll be in trouble", Maddox
said.
On the other side of the
ledger, Maddox said the
Perry team is big, fast and
physical. "They have an 8-2
record in a tough league",
Maddox said. The Bulldogs
lost big to Wakulla early in
the season, then lost to Leon


High School of Tallahassee.
"If you must lose a game or
two, those are the teams
which can help you out", the
coach pointed out.
.The Perry team had nine
players who top 230 pounds in
weight. "They are the most
improved team in this area
- this ,year", Maddox .said.
S"Tliey"avetspeed in their
secondary' .and ,backfield.
They have a quarterback,
Terry Brannon, who has
passed for 1,465 yards this
year and thrown 13' touch
downs. Eddie Wilkins, at 6',
2" and 192 pounds is his
favorite receiver and tight
end Mike Brannon, at 232
pounds is another favorite
target. Their fullback is 220
pounds and- an excellent
blocker for tailback Tony
Williams. Put these men.
behind a line which averages
210 pounds per man and you
have a sizeable bunch of kids
playing football, and we have


to beat 'em", Maddox con-
tinued.
Maddox said the Sharks
will try to "do something
different", against the Bull-
dogs to compensate for the


difference in size. "We'll
*have to run and pass well and
we'll have to pit our speed-
against their speed success-
fully. We'll have to execute
well on offense."'


The head. football coach
said, "I predict it will be a
whale of a ballgame".
That 'whale of a ballgame'
starts Friday night at 8:00
p.m., in Perry.


Community Services Director

Gives"Resignation Tuesday


Community Services Pro-
gram director Fred Allen
submitted his resignation as
head of the department to the
Gulf County School. Board
Tuesday morning, following
charges filed against him for
grand theft by. the State
Attorney's office.'
Spokesmen in the office
said the charges' against
Allen stemmed from a rou-
tine audit performed by the
Auditor General's office re-
cently. The charges against
Allen are based on informa-
tion filed with the Attorney


General's office by the audi-
tors.
The Community Services
program is financed jointly
by the State of Florida, the
Gulf County Commission and
School Board and the City of
"Port St. Joe. The program is
administered by the School
Board.
SAccording to the auditor's
report discrepancies showed
up in the fund which contains
fees paid by participants in
various- activities adminis-
tered by the program. There


was no discrepancies in the
public money fund.
'School Board Superintend-
dent Walter Wilder.said early
Tuesday morning, "I have no
choice. The law requires me
to suspend him without pay
pending investigation of the
matter, unless he submits his
resignation."
Allen has held the position
as Community Services pro-
gram director for several.
years and has received pub--
lic approval and support for:
his performance. :


Santa Coming to


Town Sat.


for His Annual Pre-Christmas Visit In Port St. Joe


Santa Claus will be waving to the kids of the area from
the back of the fire truck Saturday as he pays his annual
visit here.


Santa Claus will make his annual appearance in Port
St. Joe Saturday, in a big parade sponsored by the Retail
Merchants Association.
The parade is being advanced by one week this year, as
an experiment and at the request of several individuals and
organizations. Ordinarily the parade, is held the first
Saturday in December.
There will be something different with this year's
parade-as a matter of fact, there will be two things
different. The Frantzen 'Brothers Circus, which will be
giving two performances here on Saturday afternoon, is
entering several of their wild animals and clowns in the
parade festivities. Also, the Merchants Association has
arranged to have two free kiddie rides here in the city all
day Saturday. One of the rides will be set up on the vacant
lot beside City Hall and the other will be on the vacant lot
between St. Joe Furniture Company and Western Auto.
Al Ray, who puts the parade' together for the
Merchants, says this year's parade was already as large or
larger than last year's event before the circus acts were
included. "We have at least 10 floats and a lot of people
already signed up to march off down Reid Avenue with us
when the parade heads out", Ray said. "This is at least as
large as last year's parade and experience has shown us we
always have some show up a couple of days prior to the
parade".
Last year's parade was the largest which has ever been
produced in Port St. Joe.
SANTA WILL STAY A WHILE
Waynie Taylor, chairman of the Merchants Association.
said Santa Claus will be staying in town for a while after the
parade, in order to spend some time with the children. "He
has said he will be glad to talk to the kids who come to see
him in downtown Port St. Joe and take their personal
requests for Christmas".
Santa Claus, of course, will be the star attraction in the
parade,,riding the City's big yellow fire truck at the rear of
the parade.
Santa will not be tossing out candy this year, as he has
in the past. Concern has been expressed about the danger to
kids who dart out into the street to pick up the candy and are
in danger of slipping under the wheels of the fire truck,


which would crush them. Helpers will. be following along
behind the truck to toss out the candy.
PARADE ROUTE
The parade will get under way at 10:00 a.m., at 'the
intersection of Fifth Street and Reid Avenue. The route will
take it north on Reid Avenue, west on First Street and then


south on Highway 98, back to Fifth Steet.
Highway traffic on 98, will be re-routed during the
parade, to relieve congestion.
Entries into the parade should gather on Fifth Street
about an hour early.
Cash prizes of $100, $75 and $50 will be given to the
non-commercial float winners to be entered in the parade.


Roosevelt Beard and Ricky Farmer ride the top of a decoration straight while Curtis Crews watches out for
boom to attach one of Port St. Joe's Christmas decorations traffic at the intersection of Highways 98 and 71.
last Thursday. Horace Barr and Mansfield Gainer hold the -Star photo


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Editorials


and Comments


THE STAR


THURSDAY, November 22, 1984


It seems almost sacrilege to be
thinking about football here at such
ai sober and serious holiday time as
Thanksgiving, when we are sup-
posed to be giving our full attention
to the many blessings we have
experienced during the past year.
Sacrilege or not, we believe one
of these blessings is a winning
football team-one that is going
into the state championship play-
offs with an excellent chance to win
all the marbles.
-. Coach Shaw Maddox told the
Mbtary club last Thursday that the
Winning season of the Sharks and
their entry into the state play-offs
has done wonderful things toward
bbosting morale' and improving
attitude at the local high school.
Everybody, it seems, loves a
. winner and likes: the identity of
being among the best. Shouldn't
an improving positive attitude
toward something as important as
.school and one's community cause
us to be thankful?
At the risk of sounding like an-
.echo in the chorus of congratula-
tions which have been lifted up,
pressede, shouted, written and



Christmc

Saturday, the merchants of
'Bort St. Joe will bring the annual
'4 hristmas parade to Port St. Joe,.
introducing the Christmas season
Io0 the Bay area.
This year's parade will be a
'Veek earlier than usual, but the
merchantss had'received requests
)o have it on this particular week
end-the one following Thanksgiv-
*ing-they thought it should at least
be given a try.
The annual Christmas parade
is quite an undertaking for. the
merchants and'those who -assist;
them in prodithg the parade arid


Thursday,

Thursday is the big day which
,begins what is probably the most-
loved season of the year for us all.
,Thanksgiving is a native holiday
'with us Americans, started tradi-
tionally by the Pilgrim pioneers
who first expressed their thanks for
,surviving a harsh time and later
'has come to exhibit our thankful-
ness for the many, blessings we as
SAmericans experience each and
"every year.
To us, it is significant. that
Thanksgiving falls only a month
prior to the observance of the birth
of our Saviour. While there are


presented to our football team,
we still add our feelings of
exhuberance that Port St. Joe has
once again exhibited that it is an
uncommon place here in northwest


r loria. It not only produces a goouuuKesley
place for its people to live, it also
produces uncommon people, such By Kesley Colbert
as its football team, which happens Well God, i was a pretty
to be a force to reckoned with each rough week for me down
and every season. Even when the very special friend of mine.
team has an "off" season, teams Heber Kesley Kennedy was
tangle with ours with misgivings a very special person to a lot
and apprehension. They know they of folks. You know, my
are in for a scrap. mother named me after her
are in or a scrapDad and the more I was
You keep at it boys. Even around him, the prouder I
though none of us can still fit into became of that name. He
the jerseys and pants; even though was that.kind of man.
the shoulder pads would probably Now Lord, please under-
slip down to the waist on most of stand I'm not writing you to
complain I bet you get
us; even though we probably enough of those kind of let-
couldn't walk across 'the field on ters-I'm writing to say
the cleated shoes and the entire thank you. First of all I
uniform would more than likely thank you for being there
weight most of us down; we will all this week when I needed you
be sitting in the stands, shouting andwhen myLord, you ever
our lungs out in support of you in notice that I call on you and
each and every game of the lean on you a little more
play-offs. when things are going kind'a
If you win, fine! If you lose, hbd down here and then
we'll still be proud of you because smooth I tend to get arunninay
you tried. from you a little. I wonder if
I'm the only person you
know that does that.'
Lord, I'm also writing to
is r ad e say thank you for Pa. Of all
sthe grandfathers in the
world you gave me the ab-
-lining up all the floats, exhibits and solute best one a guy could
entries which go to make up the have. You know, I've noticed
beginning of the Christmas season over the years you have the
here. It may not take very long to ability to do things like that.
Remember that time years
parade before you, but it takes ago out on that old front
quite a few days and weeks to play porch Pa taught me the
and bring to reality. alphabet. You know he didn't
The parade this year promises use any jingles or play
to be one of many which has drawn games with it. He simply
taught me in a very no-
raves of praise from people from nonsense way. that B fol-
all around Port St. Joe. The lowed A and C followed B
merchants, of course, hope you will and so on. That's the way he
at least express your interest in was-hard working, honest,
your city and neighbors, by attend- and straight forward andhe
expected others to be the
ing:and even being a part of the .. samea
annual fun presentation.' You know what I
remember best about Pa?
He loved me. He made me
feel that I was special
whenever I spent any time
ihe l 1Bg Day with him. Even when I was
six years old and we talked,
places in the world-even at helookedme right in the eye
as I talked and he listened to
athletic events in our own nation- me. He didn't half listen or
where the name of Jesus Christ pretend to listen as so many
can't be mentioned without some- grownups did-he listened
one saying they have been offend- and was interested in every-
ed, we can be thankful that we can when yourehad t six years oldw,
print it on these pages any old time you notice and remember
we please. things like that. Lord, you've
Outside of Easter, which is given me the opportunity
totally a Christian holiday, Thanks- and the privilege of.working
giving and Christmas probably with a lot of young people
over the years including two
remind us more than any other of my own now and I've
days of the year that we as a always tried to look them all
Christian nation have much to be right in the eye and be ge-
thankful for in just that situation nuinely interested in what
alone. they had to say. Maybe
alone, there's a little of Pa in me-I


'Now Sis

hope and pray that there is.
Of course, Lord, I'm not
the only one down here that
misses Pa. He left 6 living
children, 29 other grandchil-
dren, 43 great grandchildren
and one great-great grand-
child. I might be a little pre-
judiced, but I think they're.
all good people and that's a
pretty good legacy to leave
behind. I know they've all
been touched and will con-
tinue to be influenced by his
life and we're all better off
for having known him.-
Everybody down here call-
ed him Pa for as long as I
can remember. Everyone
that is, except my father. He


always called him Mr. Ken-
nedy that's the kind of
respect that my Dad had for
Pa, 'and Lord you know that
people had to earn my fath-
er's respect and it didn't
come easy. Of course I'm
sure my Father always re-
membered that day back in
1934 when he walked out
across that field to where Pa
was a'working to ask him if
he could marry his oldest
daughter-how I would have
loved to have heard that con-
versation.
Lord, how he loved his
garden and that was some-
what a reflection on his life.


The things he planted grew.
No weeds were allowed in his
garden and Lord, I still
marvel at the straightness of
his rows. He took such pride
in his gardens and his life.
Some of my aunts and uncles
and my Mom were discuss-
ing the times they had seen
Pa mad. Someone
remembered seeing him
mad twice, another one said
they'd seen him mad only
once in his life and I don't
ever remember seeing him
get upset. That's a pretty
good testimony right there.
And Lord I know you re-
member all those mornings


Pa spoke with you. I never
spent a night at his house
that we didn't begin the day
with scripture reading and
then Pa would get down on
his knees and Lord, how he
could pray. I hope you don't
mind Lord but I didn't keep
my eyes closed all the way
through those prayers.
Sometimes I would look at
Pa 'cause I wanted to make
a memory that would be with
me forever. I hope you un-
derstand, and somehow I
believe that you do.
How he loved his family. If
we were at his house for two
(Continued on Page 3)


Sharks, Dolphins and Gators Are All the Topic of Conversation These Days


IT WOULD BE almost un-Amer-
ican at this time of the year and in
these circumstances, not to write a
- 6lumn about football.
Everybody who can talk in these
parts, is talking about football.
Then, too, we have a distictly
American holiday this week, so why
not talk about a distinctively Ameri-
can game?
With the Sharks going into the
state play-offs, the Dolphins working
on an undefeated season, the Gators
flirting withtheir first ever South-
eastern Conference title and their
infrequent win over the Georgia
"Bulldogs" and the Seminoles loss to
South Carolina, anybody should have
at least six months of column
material. So, how could I get by
without writing just one?

IT ISN'T EVERY day that the
Sharks come up with a championship
caliber team. I remember back just a
few years ago when the Sharks won
the state championship in both
football and basketball in the same


year, and flirted with a state
championship in baseball. I even
remember, back in the days of the old
Washington High School, when both
Washington High and the Sharks went


.get by the first two games in the
play-offs, they should go all the way
and win the state 2-A crown.
There are aa lot of people here in
Port St. Joe hoping they do just that.


ETAOINSHRDLU

LBy:W(


to the state finals in basketball, with
the Sharks winning in the finals and
the Tigers losing.
Those were two great years for
Port St. Joe.
This year has been a great year
for Port St. Joe and seems to be
destined to be more of a great year
before it is over.
Football coach, Shaw Maddox
said the other day that if the Sharks


basketball team last year played
some great games and essentially the
same team will be back this year.
If a fellow likes good sports, he
has it in Port St. Joe High School this


esley R. Ramsey


Of course, a state play-off berth in
football cuts into the basketball
season's beginning. There will prob-
ably be a couple of games postponed
and there will probably be a couple of
games lost until the basketball
players now playing football get into
action.
This seems like a good year for
the Sharks to pull another one of their
double state championship nets. The


year.
THEN THERE IS the Dolphins.
We're nearly undefeated for the
season.,
Notice how the inclusive pronoun
"we" gets into the description of a
team when "we're" winning? -
With the Sharks, it's "we"
whipped Wakulla and won the District
Championship.


Now, it's "we" are going to be
undefeated this year with the Miami
Dolphins.
"We" don't put on a football suit,
but when "we" are winning, we want
the world to know we are a part of that
winning team.
If the team is losing, however, it's
"they" or "you" never "we".
It's nice to be able to say "we".
There's something satisfying about
saying "we" when our team is on a
roll, even though we don't even put on
a pair of sweaty, smelly socks.
+ ++++++
AND, WE CAN'T forget that
greatest phenomenon of all this
football season the winning Gators.
It's so seldom a Gator season is
infused with anything except frustra-
tion, even the local brand of Georgia
"Bulldog" has forgiven the Gators for
beating them two weeks ago in the
Gator Bowl before a national televi-
sion audience.
With the humiliating circum-
stances of being zipped in front of the
entire best part of the nation in what


was probably the premier game of the
week, the Bulldogs (of a local variety)
were charitable through it all.
It was just ironic that the Gators
have spent hundreds of thousands of
dollars on hiring high-priced coaches
to do what a no-name assistant coach
has managed to accomplish... even .if
he didn't put on an orange jersey.
The hue and cry I hear building
across the land isn't "Hire Galen Hall
for football coach at U.F."
That isn't the groundswell at all,
although one might think that would
be the natural inclination of all
true-blue Gators. Any coach who can
have a winning season with the Gators
deserves another try. It's like winning
the jack-pot in a slot machine. This
performance deserves at least one
more quarter.
As I put my ear to the ground, and
as the dust settles over the recent
political campaign, I hear a faint
whisper, which seems to be growing in
intensity. So far as I can make out it
goes something like this:
"GALEN FOR PRESIDENT!"


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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
upcoming week are listed in
their respective columns.


High Low
Nov.21 7:55p.m. 5:27 a.m.
Nov.22 8:30p.m. 6:17a.m.
Nov. 23 9:13 p.m. 7:08 a.m.
Nov. 24 9:59 p.m. 8:03 a.m.
Nov. 25 10:47 p.m. 1:58a.m.
Nov. 26 11:35 p.m. 9:52a.m.
Nov. 27 10:39 a.m.
Nov. 2812:21a.m. 11:30a.m.
Nov.29 1:02a.m. 12:08p.m.


Keep At It, Boys


The Hard Part"


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TE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1984 PAGE THREE


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Kesley
(Continued from Page 2)
days or two weeks, he hated
to say goodbye. As we would
get ready to go he'd look at
my Mom and say, "Sis, this
is the hard part." And he'd
shake hands and hug every-
body a couple of times and
pat us on the back as we
were leaving.
As we sat down at that ser-
vice last Wednesday after-
noon and that group began to
sing "Farther Along" all I
could think about was "Pa,
we've now really come to the
hard part."
But Lord, I told you I'm not
complaining and please for-
give that human nature of
mine. I know that he was 85
and had had a wonderful life. I
realize that he was sick for
the last few years and I know
he is better off today than
he's ever been. He's been
reunited with my Aunt Berna-
dine and Aunt Clara Mae and
with Uncle Hugh. I don't real-
ly think Pa was ever the same
after Hugh died in 1968. And
Lord if you listen real close
you'll hear my Dad call him
Mr. Kennedy.
Lord, I promise you one
thing, when my family and I
sit down to our Thanksgiving
dinner Thursday we are going
to praise your name and
thank you for the blessings of
this life like we never have
before. You have been so
good to us. Lord I pray that
my family 30 or 40 years
from now will be as close and
as dear to each other as Pa's
family was durifig this past
week. I never saw so much
love and concern for each
other in one family. And I
know Pa would have been so
pleased, after all he instilled
it in them. Thank you for let-
ting me be a small part of
such a great group.
So Lord take good care of
Pa-he's a very special soul
and tell him to get hisgarden
ready 'cause one day I'm
coming that way, and after I
look upon the face of my
' Saviour and hug my Daddy,
I'm coming to check out his
rows.


Prayerfully,
Kesley"


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The church people will be
serving barcued chicken,
beans, cole slaw, bread and
iced tea for $3.00.
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school age child during the
after school hours? Edwin R.
Ailes, Executive Director of
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc., has announced
that the Clinic will be opening
an after-school day care
program beginning Decem-
ber 3. Applications for enroll-
ment are presently being
accepted at the Clinic.
The Clinic's after-school
day care services will be'
available to children in
grades kindergarten through
six that are enrolled in any
local school. The program
will operate from 2:20 p.m.,
to 6:00 p.m., Monday through
Friday, on every school day.
The program will be located
at Port St. Joe Elementary
School making it very con-
venient and accessible to
students and parents in the
local area.
The Clinic's after school
day care services will be
educational and social in
orientation. Tutoring, free
play, games, arts and crafts,
films, fun and learning ex-
periences will be offered
through the program. A
nutritional snack will be
served every day. There will
be a professional staff avail-
able who will provide con-
stant supervision and assist-
ance. The personnel have
expertise in the areas of
education and child develop-
ment.
Anyone interested in the
program must register in
advance. Enrollment for this


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Gerald Lewter, principal of Port St. Joe Elementary,
left, and Ned Alles, director of the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic are shown at the door of the lunchroom where the
Clinic will operate an after-school day care facility.


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the program are based upon
a sliding scale which consi-
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rates are available if there is
more than one child enrolled
per family.
After school day care ser-
vice registration and infor-
mation are available through


the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc., at 311 Williams
Avenue in Port St' Joe.
Telephone calls regarding
this service will be answered
at '227-1145.
Rifle Club to
Serve Breakfast
The Gulf Rifle Club will be
serving breakfast at the club
house starting at 5:30, No-
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by and have breakfast with
the club on their way to the
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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1984


Miss Holly Kay Graham and


Charles Wesley Atkins, Jr. Are Wed


0


Mission Day at


First Baptist


Holly Kay Graham and
Charles Wesley Atkins, Jr.
were united in marriage on
October 20 at Highland View
Baptist Church in Port St.
Joe. The Reverend Steven
Tatum, the bridegroom's
brother-in-law of Anderson,
S.C. performed the candle-
light, double ring ceremony.
SThe bride is the daughter
bf Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mack
Graham of White City. She is
the granddaughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Robert J.
Graham of Frink and the
.late Oscar F. Freeman of
WFountain.
: The bridegroom is the son
$of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
VWesley Atkins, Sr. of Port St.
'Joe. He is the grandson of
WMrs. Katie Jane Atkins of
!Port St. Joe and the late Mr.
Charlie F. Atkins, and Mr.
and Mrs. Norman G. Hartley
Wof Pace.
Janice Cox, organist,
Played the wedding march
processional and recession-
al. Mary Lou Sewell, soloist,
,accompanied herself on the
iano while she sang, "There
Is Love" and "Whither Thou
hoest". As the couple knelt,
she sang "The Wedding
Prayer".
.The bride was given in
tnarriage by her parents and
escorted to the altar by her








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father. She wore a tradi-
tional formal length gown of
white chiffonette and Chan-
tilly lace. The fitted bodice
was overlaid in lace and


adorned in seed pearls, en-
hancing the Victorian neck-
line. Long lace sleeves were
held at the wrists by covered
buttons. A full skirt featured


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesley Atkins, Jr.


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flounced ruffles of lace and
chiffonette flowing into a
chapel length train. Com-
pleting the ensemble, she
wore a bandeau of Chantilly
lace embellished with pearls
holding a waltz-length veil of
illusion edged in matching
lace.
The bride carried a
cascade of white sweetheart
roses enhanced with dusty
rose and burgundy sweet-
heart roses and satin ribbon
streamers in the same colors
tied in love knots.
The bridegroom wore a
white tuxedo with tails and a
. white boutonniere. pinned to
his lapel.
Cathy Rish served as the
maid of honor. Mrs. Kim
Williams was the matron of -
honor. The bridesmaids
were Sheila Lucas, the
bride's cousin; Cindy
Tatum, the bridegroom's
sister; Lucrecia Hamilton
and Dawn Grace. Junior
bridesmaids were Analisa
Wood, the bride's niece; and
Lisa Atkins, the
bridegroom's sister. These
attendants wore formal
length gowns made of dusty
rose crepe-backed satin and
each carried a long stemmed
bouquet of dusty rose and"
burgundy roses, enhanced
with baby's breath and dusty
rose and burgundy satin rib-
bon streamers. Each wore a
pearl necklace that had been
given to them as a gift from
the bride.
Wesley Atkins, the bride-
groom's father, served his
son as best man. The usher-
groomsmen were Robert
Graham, the bride's broth-
er; Kevin Pettis, Eugene
Raffield, Kenny Peak and
Frankie Williams. Junior
groomsmen were Al Wood,
the bride's nephew and
Michael Lollie. The grooms-
men wore silver-gray tux-
edos with a burgundy bou-
tonniere.
Marci Rowan, the bride's
niece, was the flower girl.
She wore a formal length
gown made of white and rose
eyelet with a wide sash made
of duty rose satin, matching
the bridesmaids' gowns. She
carried a white basketwhich
held a floral arrangement
made with a variety of
white, burgundy, and dusty
rose flowers. Brian Wood,
the bride's nephew, ivas the
ring bearer. He wore a
silver-gray tuxedo and
burgundy boutonniere, mat-
ching the. groomsmen.
For her daughter's wed-
ding, Mrs. Graham chose a
formal length gown made of
burgundy chiffon over taf-
feta featuring a Victorian
neckline and long, full, sheer
sleeves. Her corsage was
inade of dusty rose roses.
For her son's wedding,
Mrs. Atkins chose a formal
length gown made of dusty
'rose material featuring a
blouson bodice overlaid with'
lace with a V-neckline.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was given by the
bride's parents in the church
fellowship hall. During the
reception, Cynthia Rogers
and Lisa Porter served the
bride's cake; Barbara Grace
and Debbie Beasley presided
at the coffee and punch
table; DeAnn Young served
the bridegroom's cake; Don-
na Young serve the hor
d'oeuvres; and Kelley
Graham and Tammy Col-
bert, the bride's nieces, serv-
ed as rice girls.
The wedding was directed
by Charlotte Pierce. The
reception was directed by
Evelyn Harcus, Jeannette
Antley and Darlene Antley.
After a wedding trip to
Franklin, N.C. the couple
will reside in White City. The
bridegroom is employed
with St. Joseph Telephone
and Telegraph Co.
A rehearsal dinner was
held October 19 at the First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
fellowship hall. It was hosted
by the bridegroom's parents.
A miscellaneous shower
was held Sept.27 at White Ci-
ty Baptist Church fellowship
hall and was hosted by Jean-
nette Antley, Darlene
Antley, Debbie Dobbins,
Barbara Grace, Dene Hor-
ton, Evelyn Harcus, Eloise
Harper, Wanna Grace, Caro-
line Summers, Eva Weston,
Marilyn Funderburk, Max-
ine Money and Leona Stouta-


mire.
A miscellaneous shower
was held Oct. 8 at the home
of Mrs. Arden Stephens, and
was hosted by Mrs.
Stephens, Mamie Harper,
Mrs. Frankie Williams,
Cathy Rish, Lisa Porter and
Cynthia Rogers.


To Marry


The mother of Stacey
O'Shall wishes to announce
her engagement to William
R. (Billy) Merchant. Stacey
is the daughter of Mrs.
Dorothy O'Shall and the late
William R. O'Shall, Sr. of
Port St. Joe. She is the
granddaughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dayton of
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
and Mrs. Mary O'Shall of
Montrose, AL and the late
C.E. O'Shall of Franklin,
Pennsylvania.
Billy is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William R. Merchant,
Sr. of Port St. Joe and the
grandson of Mrs. Lillian Hall
and the late Harrison Hall of
St. Joe Beach. His paternal
grandparents are the late
Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Merchant
of Sylacauga, AL.
Stacey is a senior at Port
St. Joe High School. Billy is a
1982 graduate of Port St. Joe
High School and is now
attending Gulf Coast Com-
munity College.
The couple will be married
December 29 at 3:00 p.m. at
the Long Avenue Baptist
Church. No local invitations'
are being sent. All friends
and relatives are invited to
attend.

For Ambulance
Service

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Sunday, November 25 has
been designated as "Mission
Emphasis Day" at First
Baptist Church. The event
will be a kick-off for the
annual Lottie Moon foreign
offering taken each Decem-
ber in Southern Baptist chur-
ches all around the world.
Special guests for the day
will be Dr. Oliver Harper and
his family, former mission-
aries to Indonesia. Dr. Har-
per is no stranger to Port St.
Joe, having grown up here
locally and graduating from
Port St. Joe High School.
After finishing medical
school, he surrendered to
foreign missions and was
appointed as a medical mis-
sionary.
The day's activities will
begin at 8:00 a.m., for the
Baptist Men and their wives


with Dr. Harper speaking at
the breakfast meeting. Then
at 9:45, everyone is invited to
attend a general assembly in
the church sanctuary to hear
the Harpers. Dr. Harper will
also speak during the 11:00
a.m., worship hour (which is
broadcast over WJBU-AM
radio station). Rounding out
the day's events will be a
mission film shown during
the 7:00 p.m., evening wor-
ship. The movie will also deal
with Southern Baptist Mis-
sions in Indonesia.
First Baptist Church is
pleased to present "Mission
Emphasis Day" in Port St.
Joe. All area mission groups
are invited to attend.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1984


PARADE .OF BOOK CHARACTER PRIMARY WIN-
NERS Judges Mrs. Laura Geddle, Mrs. Jean Faliski and
Mrs. Melinda Arnold selected these three children as winners
in the primary division. From left, they are: third place,
Chris Mock as Dracula; second place, Kristl Lawrence as Or-
phan Annie; and first place, Robbie Fmiderburk as Miss
Piggy.


PUPPET CONTEST WINNERS: K-3 winners are shown
kneeling: from left, third place, J. W. Davis; second place
Casey Witten and first place, Kristl Lawrence. Standing,
rom left: 4th 6th grade winners, third place, Patricia
Nedley; second place Trisha Phillips and first place Kiki
Fields.


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Book Week

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A Book Week of fun filled
activities at Port St. Joe
Elementary School ended on
Friday when favorite book
characters left the pages of
books and joined their
friends in a big parade to the
home of Mother Goose on
Puss and Boots Lane near
Sleepy Hollow. A party was
about to begin there, and
none of the friends wanted to
be late for such an important
event.
The parade of book charac-
ters proved to be one of the
most exciting events of the
week. The Book Fair, opened
to all grades, was a favorite
of all from Kindergarten
through sixth grade. A pup-
pet contest and a bookmalk
contest had entries from all
grades.
Students in Port St. Joe
Elementary School are ex-
cited about reading, and they
are already asking about
Book Week activities in 1985.


Breakfast for Parents To


Resume at Schools Nov. 28


Parent breakfasts for
the 1984-85 school year will
be held in each of the Gulf
County schools next week.
..According to Superin-
tendent Walder Wilder, the
first schools to schedule
the breakfasts during the
week are the Port St. Joe
and Highland View Ele-
mentary Schools, which


INTERMEDIATE BOOK CHARACTER WINNERS:
Selected as doing the best job of portraying a character from
a book in the fourth, fifth and sixth grades were the three
students shown above. From left, 2nd place, Chuck Watson as
Rip Van Winkle; third place, Chris Blankenship as the Ugly
Duckling and first place, Joel Huft as St. George.


-Star photos


BOOK MARK CONTEST WINNERS; K-3 winners are
shown kneeling holding their bookmarks which won them a
prize. From left, third place, Itacheal Dykes, second place,
D. J. Dunn and first place, Davida Byrd. Standing, 4th 6th
grade winners: third, Kennetha Raines, second, Tina Rich
and first, Gwen WhiteEagle.


SESfy-cont st to Mark

American History Month


The Saint Joseph Bay
chapter of the DAR is
sponsoring its annual essay-
contest for students in grades
five through eight in Gulf and


Franklin counties.
This year the two topics
are:
1. "The Contribution of
Black Soldiers or Patriots


CARD OF THANKS
There are not enough
words to express our thanks
to this community for the
love and kindness shown to
us during our time of sorrow.
Our mother, .-'"er and aunt,
was very much a part of this
area and you responded
when we needed you most.
We have lived many places,
but the kindness shown to us
last week can be found
nowhere but here.
Thank you all so very much
and God bless you.
The Family of
Jean Atchison

CARD OF THANKS
I would like to take this
means of expressing my
appreciation and thanks to
the people of Gulf and Bay
counties for their concern
and help at the time of my
accident in Wewahitchka and
also for their prayers, cards,
telephone calls, visits at
home and in the hospital,
food, flowers and all the
other things to help my stay a
little better. A special note of
appreciation to the people
who stayed with me while in
the hospital. A special thanks
to the churches for the
prayers, and to the Wewa-
hitchka Volunteer Ambu-
lance Squad for which I will
be forever grateful and tq my
Hopefully I will soon be
back at work again.
HAL M. LEWIS

During the American Revo-
lution."
2. "The Statue of Liberty,
(Continued on Page 6)


DAR Sponsoring
Poster Contest
The Saint Joseph Bay
chapter of the DAR is
sponsoring a poster and a
sticker contest to commem-
orate American History
Month.
Students in grades 5, 6, 7
and 8 in Gulf and Franklin
counties are eligible to enter.
Deadline for entries is
December 7.
The art work can be on any
kind of paper and any size
and done in any medium such
as oil,. water color, acrylic,
stains, etc. The art work will
be reproduced and sized by
the printer. The printed


will be held on Wednesday,
November 28 from 7:15 to
8:00 a.m.
Port St. Joe High School
will have its breakfast the
following morning from
7:30 to 8:30 a.m.
Busses will run approx-
imately 30 minutes later
than the regular time on
these two days only.


posters will measure 9x12".
The theme for both posters


Teachers will be avail-
able to talk with parents.
The breakfast meetings
are designed to bring the
teachers and parents to-
gether to discuss problems
either might be experienc-
ing. The first of the annual
breakfasts were held last
year with very positive
results reported.


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PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. NOV. 22, 1984


Port St. Joe In the Middle of Training Air Space


Jet aircraft from Tyndall
,routinely fly low-level mis-
ions over approved overland
r-anges in northwest Florida
1o train pilots in air defense
tactics and techniques.
I Pilots trained in the
.vorld's foremost jet fighter,
he F-15 Eagle, leave Tyndall
,:nd go to other units respon-
sible for protecting the North
:American continent against
hostile air attack.
; In order to train these
:pilots in the situations they
are likely to face in wartime
they must train like they
:expect to fight.
. Today, these situations will
-probably include bombers or
!cruise missiles coming in at
,tree-top level. Low-level tac-
-tics are used as evasive
action to escape radar detec-
tion, and, because low-level,
-high-speed targets are more
difficultt to shoot down.
Z Many practice missions


are required to acquire skills
necessary to counter these
situations. Although most of
Tyndall's low-level flying
takes place over approved
Gulf of Mexico ranges, it is
necessary for pilots to prac-
tice intercepting targets over
land, since flying character-
istics are different over land
than over water.
With safety the greatest
concern during training mis-
sions, the use of Tyndal.'s
low-level area is governed by
regulations and restrictions
of the Federal Aviation Ad-
ministration and the Envi-
ronmental Protection Agen-
cy. These regulations are
designed to allow military,
commercial and private pi-
lots to operate safely with
minimum impact on the
environment.
Restrictions are placed on
pilots that minimize or elim-
inate sonic booms. Pilots are


told not to fly directly over
towns and a five-mile buffer
zone is maintained whenever
possible. Altitude and speed
restrictions prohibit over-
land supersonic flight except
PFN
010 :/31NM


in special instances above
30,000 feet.
When an increased use of
the low-level flying area is
expected, such as exercises
like Copper Flag, the local
PFN
039:/39NM


news media will be notified.
All exercises are scheduled
to end no later than 10:00
p.m. central time.
The low-level training area


is bordered by Carrabelle to
the east, Interstate 10 to the
north and extends south over
the Gulf of Mexico. A line
from Tyndall to Wewahitch-


ka is the western border.
Any comments or ques-
tions concerning Tyndall's
low-level activities should be
directed to the Air Defense


Weapons Center Office of
Public affairs at (904) 283-
2983 between 7:30 a.m. and
4:30 p.m. Monday through
Friday.


Lions Club Sponsoring Circus

The Port St. Joe Lions Club just south of the High School those age 14 to 65, $2.00 for tain's Cove
is bringing the Frantzen parking lot area. those over 65 and those under Pizza restaur
Brothers Circus to town The Lions, as sponsors, will two years of age will be and Costin ins
Saturday, for two afternoon be receiving a percentage of admitted free. All tickets will cies, Citizens
performances. the advance tickets sold for be $1.00 more at the circus both Port St.
The big top will be located the two shows, which will gate. chicola, JR's
on the football Practice field, begin at 3:00 and 6:00 p.m. Tickets are available at, Wewahitchka
Advance admission prices Buzzett's, St. Joe and Camp- Club members
are $2.00 for children 13 years bell Drug Stores, Danley and The circus fe
BRITS /A of age and under, $3.00 for Roche Furniture stores, Cap- wild animals.


and Perry's
ants, Hannon
surance agen-
Federal, in
Joe and Apal-
Restaurant in
and all Lions'
s.
atures several


VFW-sponsored contest on Veterans Day.
W ins Bond Shown making the presentation are*Gloria
McMullon, president of the Ladies Auxiliary
Mathew Schlickman, center, is present- and Bill Schlickman, right, Commander,
ed with a $100 savings bond, as winner of a John C. Gainous Post 10069.


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"Green Thumb"
Mrs. Monroe Beck of Highland View says she grows all
her own vegetables and holds up a three pound sweet potato
to prove her point. Mrs. Beck grew the large potato and the
large ones in the bucket sitting on the ground "in this old
sand, with a little fertilize and someswater". Mrs. Beck said
she used "13 something" for fertilizer in her potato crop.
Mrs. Beck has all kinds of fruit trees, turnip greens,
collards, strawberries and a host of other vegetables and
fruits growing in her yard. "People say I must have a green
thumb", she said. -Star photo


Essay

Contest
(Continued from Page 5)

the Lady with a Lamp."
Students may choose either
topic.
There will be certificate
and medal awards for each
,grade level. ,For fifth and
,sixth graders,-tlie word re-
quirement is 300 to 600; for
seventh and eighth graders,
it is 600 to 1,000 words.
All schools in the area have
been notified about the con-
test. A bibliograph of sources
used should be attached to
.each essay.
Judging will take place in
January and winners will be
honored in February, Ameri-
can History Month.
Local winners will be in
competition for further
awards on a state level:
Winners of this level will
compete nationally.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1984


48 Will Die On Highways

Put Emphasis On Controlling Excessive Speed, Drunk


. The Florida Highway Patrol has
predicted 42 persons will die in
Florida traffic accidents during thd
upcoming Thanksgiving holiday per-
iod beginning at 6:00 P.M., Wednes-
day, November 21, and ending
midnight, Sunday, November 25.
This prediction is based on data
collected over the three previous
Thanksgiving holiday periods.

Colonel Bobby R. Burkett, Di-
rector of the Florida Highway Patrol
stated, "This prediction will amount


to one death every two hours and 26
minutes of the holiday period and
creates needless tragedy and grief
for many families."

Department records reveal that
50 percent of last year's 36 fatal
crashes were alcohol related. Col-
onel Burkett commented, "Alcohol
continues to be our number, one
problem in traffic safety, and can
only be reduced by public coopera-
tion coupled with strict law enforce-
ment."


Drivers


"Every available trooper will be
on patrol duty throughout the state
to help curb this needless tragedy",
said Colonel Burkett, "and alcohol
related offenses and speed violations
will be our top priorities. I appeal to
the motoring public to support our
efforts to save lives this Thanksgiv-
ing holiday through- their coopera-
tion and report any impaired drivers
to their nearest Florida Highway
Patrol station or other law enforce-
ment agency", concluded Colonel
Burkett.


Senior Citizens


Plan Ch
Gulf County Senior Citizens-
Association will hold its First
Annual Chili Day on Wednes-
day, December 12, at both of
its congregate meal sites.
"The end of the year
usually finds the .Associa-
tion's income from local
sources still 'a bit short",
explained new executive. di-
rector, Donna Doolittle, "and
it is also. a time for the
association's old and new
friends to get together to

Commissioner
Reports Action
Bill Gunter, State Insur-
ance Commissioner, an-.
nounced recently that during
the month of October, 1984,
the Panama City Service
Office assisted in the recov-
ery of $216,180.00 which was'
returned to policyholders.
,Citizens with questions and
complaints about insurance
can receive assistance by
'calling 904-763-4601 in Pana-
ma City or toll free 1-800
342-2762.


ill Day
celebrate the holiday season
with laughter and music as
our way of saying 'Thanks" to
all who have been so helpful
to our older citizens through-
out the year", she stated. '
Serving times are from
12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. and
again from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00
p.m. in the evening. Both
times hot chili will be avail-
able to eat in, or take out, at
$1.50 per bowl, $1.00 for
children under 10 years. For
people who eat in, there will
also be bread or crackers and
a choice of drink. Desserts
will be available at 25 cents
per serving.
Christmas sing-a-longs will
be almost continuous. If
people want to come just for
that, they will be very
welcome. There will be a
small treat for children.
The Senior Center in We-
wahitchka is in the communi-
ty center. Telephone 639-9910
for carry-out orders.
The senior center in Port'
St. Joe is at the head of Ave.
D on Peters St. Telephone
229-8466 for carry-outs.


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Mexico Beach Chamber Officers


The Mexico Beach Chamber of Com-
merce Installed its new officers for 1985 at a
banquet held in the -Chamber building last
Thursday evening. The new officer slate,
shown above, are, left to right: Rella
Wexley, corresponding secretary; Don
Clark, vice president; Lisa Duren, record-
ing secretary; Dot Guilford, treasurer and
Frank Tramontana, president. Tramontand



charged the Chamber members to keep
active for the coming year. "Our Ling
Festival last year was spectacular, and we
can make it spectacular again if we work at
,it". The new president said he hoped to
begin a membership campaign within a few
days and initiate a monthly newsletter to
Chamber members.
-Star photo


Sharks Have 3 Assets


Maddox
Head football coach Shaw
Maddox told Rotarians last
Thursday the successes of
the Shark football team this
year has been due to three
things. "we have an unbe-
lievable supportive public
and school body, a good
group of young men to work
with and a fine coaching
staff."
"You wouldn't believe the
effect this season has had on
our school", Maddox said. He
pointed out the attitude at
school, the behaviour of the
students, the school spirit
and pride and the coopera-
tion has been tremendous
this season". The coach said
"you can just feel the pride in
their school and their team
which is felt by the stu-
dents."
Maddox said the team is
ancored by 13 seniors who
will be graduating this year.
"All are tremendous young
men who have had even their
own attitudes improved by
this successful season".
. Maddox gave a good por-
tion of the success credit to
his coaching staff. "We have
a mixture and a dedication in
our staff. There are the
excitable ones like John
Hicks, Rick Hatcher and
myself, while serious Wayne
Stevens thinks only of the
game and Kesley Colbert is
the steady one, who keeps an
unruffled attitude and "helps
calm us all down.".
Maddox said the Rickards


Tells Rotarians
game was "unfortunate".
"We beat them all over the
field, all night long, but
unfortunately we had a few
calls go against us which we
thought were wrong and cost
us the game. We had other
coaches who saw the game PRE-
tell us the same thing, so it
isn't just sour grapes with
us" FREE
The Rickards game was
the only loss experienced by
the Sharks this season.
The coach predicted that FRIDA
"If we stay healthy and F I
continue to work, we'll be
playing football for at least
three more weeks." Maddox,
of course, was talking about
the Sharks' competing in the From Cat
state play-offs for the 2-A
championship.. Most C4
"If we get bad weather, we
might be in trouble, because
we're not as big and physical
as those other teams we have
to play. If it rains and we are
forced, into- primarily a
ground game, some of those
teams can give us trouble. If
we can play our game, we
have as good chance. as
anybody of winning the whole
thing."
Maddox predicted the first.
two weeks of the play-offs
would determine the out-
come of the state play-offs.
Guests of the club Thurs-
day were Cleve Randolph, Al
Rivers and Chuck Marks, all
of Apalachicola and Dr. Rick
Morley of Panama City.


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BIBLE STUDY ........................ 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP................. 11:00A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ................ 5'45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................. 7:00 P.M.
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macy. Everything there must be in its place,
B readily accessible to your pharmacist, and it must
be clean.

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a tory for it is the very heart of our pharmacy. After
we have filled a prescription and carefully checked
it, the next one is not started until everything is put
away. Neatness counts in your home medicine area
as well. You can avoid possible trouble if every-
thing is in its proper place.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
pharmacy products. We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
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Soccer Season


-Ends On A Cliff

Hanger for Champs

By Mike Groos ing Earley's forwards of the
: Saturday marked the end ball and delivering the ball
a,of the Port St. Joe Soccer upfield. Mitch Harvey, Tim
League's initial season. The Whitfield, and Bobby Nobles
final weekend featured bat- were then able to penetrate
.tles for first and third place and deliver the ball to Bobby
.in the league. Earley's Hard- Albero and Michael Schwei-
'ware and Miller Agpncy- kert. Whitfield was especial-
.Chevron went into the first ly adept at ball control and
game tied for first place. passing. After several shots
Miller's opened the game ag- on goal, Albero slapped in a
gressively with defenders goal midway through' the.
Troy Sanders and Jabbar first half.
" Alexander repeatedly stripp- Earley's refused to fold
and Roman Nortcut, Chad
Arrant, Norton Arrant, Scott
Ee yWoodman and Jason Witten
managed to penetrate Mil-
Openers ler's defense and Kevin Peif-
(p' fer, the league's leading
scorer, slammed in his
By: Dr. I eighth goal of the season to
Wesley Grace knot the score. The game
-, then turned into a defensive
struggle. Earley's defenders
SQUINT Tracy Stansel and Chuck
SWatson and Miller's goal-
The word "squint" has two keepers Vincent Addison and
different meanings inm the Jon Elliott shut down the of-
treatment of vision prob- fenses and regulation time
lems. ran out with the score 1-1.
The common use of The overtime period was
"squint" generally refers to all Earley's as they kept.the
the partial closing of an eye, pressure on Miller's. At 3:05
or eyes, in order to see more of the overtime, Stephen
clearly. Squinting is particu- White was in the right place
larly prevalent among near- at the right time as a shot re;
sighted individuals who do bounded off a Millerdefend-
not wear glasses that would' er and he tipped in the winn-
enable them to see clearly. ing goal to win the league
A squint also refers to a championship 2-1 -for
deviating eye; that is, an eye Earley's Hardware.
which is uncoordinated with The second game had a lot
its mate arid wand offense but little scoring
different direction. This type as the defenses of Buzzett's
of squint is more than unat- Drug Store and Perry's Piz-
tractive. Useful vision in a za stiffened repeatedly to
deviating eye can be dimin- turn away threats. Buzzett's
ished or even permanently Josh Colbert, Kendra
shut off, as the brain sup- McDaniel, Deby Monteiro,
presses what is seen to avoid Patrick Cantley, and Christy
double vision. Smith proved to be too much
In either case, squint for Perry's. The Perry's
reeds professional attention, front line of Derrick Chitty,
The nearsighted or myopic Leah Ray, Laura Nelson,
patient will stop squinting Traci Peiffer, and Davy
whenhis or her visioon is cor- Groos repeatedly came close
reacted with glasses. The pa- only to be turned away by
tient with a deviating eye Buzzett's. For most of the
needs treatment with glass- Buzzett's Brian Scott,
es, vision training, or both. A Jgame, s Brian Hl, Chris
series of procedures can Summers, and Cedric An-
teach the eyes to work tony also shut down
together as a team and will, Buzzett's front line of Tory
with perseverance, elimi- Shackleford, Tappan Gandy,
nate squint. Eric Monteiro, Brad Buzzett
SBrought to You AsA and Michael Evans. One
Community Service by lapse made the difference as
Evans slipped a shot- past
DR. WESLEY GRACE Perry's defenders to give'
OPTOMETRIST Buzzett's a 1-0 win and third
322 Long Avenue place in the league.
Prt StJoe, Florida As our inaugural season
Port St. Joe, Florida concludes, the league would
227-1410 like to thank those who made


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CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin Avenue 1

SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 10:00 A.M.
MORNINGWORSHIP .................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP.................. ... 6:00P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING.................. 7:00 P.M.

STEVE STUTTS, Evangelist ,.
41. 41. 41.' 41- 41. 4-'


NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. Theodore Andrews, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL..................... 9:30A.M.
MORNINGWORSHIP .................. 11:00A.M.
EVENINGWORSHIP ................... 6:00P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


t Sharks' Night Gator Hunt Successful


Win Season's Finale Over County Rivals by


The Port St. Joe Sharks
and the Wewahitchka Gators
did what they did best all
season long last Friday
night, as the Sharks captured
the Gulf County football title
and kept the county trophy
in Port St. Joe for another
year. The Sharks scored 37
points in the first half of the
final regular season game in
the first hhlf to shut-out the
Gators, 37-0.
The Sharks were best at
keeping other teams from
scoring all season long, while
putting up enough points
themselves to win the game.
TheGators, rebuilding with a
young team and a new coach,
tried hard all season long,
but the learning and exper-
ience process just were not
fast enough to give them very
many wins.
It was clearly a matter of a
Shark team which was just
too much for the Gators this
season. In the first period
alone, the Sharks scored 25
points, scoring on every
possession of the football.
Some of- the points came
from the, swarming defense
the Sharks have featured all
season long, which caused
three Gator 'turnovers and
cut short .,a fourth down
gamble by the Wewa eleven.
Josh Jenkins, who kicks off
for the Sharks, kept the


run.
That ended the scoring for
both sides.
The Gators had ninth grad-
er. Durand McLeod finishing
the game at quarterback
after Mike Ward was injured
in the second period, and the
Sharks had their reserves on
the field for most of the
remainder of the game.
Jackson scored again for


Gators' backs to the wall
after every Shark score by
kicking the ball through the
end zone, causing the Gators
to start from their own 20 on
every series of downs.
The Gators received the
opening kick-off and fumbled
the ball to the Sharks on their
opening series. Starting from
the Gator 25, Michael Pitt-
man ripped up the middle on
the Sharks' first play of the
game for a six-pointer. Pet-
ers' kick for the extra point
went wide, so the score, with
nearly 11 minutes still re-
maining in the first quarter,
stood at 6-0. On the next
series, the Gators moved the
ball for a first down, but then
gambled on a fourth and
short, and didn't make it.
The Sharks cranked up
their offense again at the
Gator 36, with Sidney Harris
bursting through the line for
a 24 yard gain. Butts then
was thrown for a three yard
loss and tossed a pass to
Gathers, which fell incom-
plete. Then came the most
razzle-dazzle play of. the
game. Butts rolled out left;
.tossed'the ball on a lateral to
Sidney Harris who couldn't
find the handle. Butts then
scooped up the loose ball and
took off running back across'
the field. About half-way

across, he tossed a pass to
Demetrie Thomas, who was


37-0 Score


the Sharks in the third period
when he intercepted a Mc-
Cloud pass, but the score was
called back by a personal
foul call against the Sharks.
The Sharks, headed into
the state championship play-
offs against Taylor County in
Perry Friday night, finished
their regular season with a
record of 9-1, while the
Gators lost their last eight


after winning their first two
games of the season.
THE YARDSTICK
Wewa PSJ
First downs 6 5
Rushes, yards 37 28-116
Passing yards 9 64
Return yards 0 20
Passes 1-5-3 6-12-0
Punts 2-31 3-31
Fumbles, lost 4-3 2-0
Penalties 3-25 9-65


standing in the corner of the
end zone for the score. The
run for the extra point failed
and with 2:49 left in the first
period, the Sharks had a 12-0
lead.
Sixteen second later. Doug
Robinson caught quarter-
back Mike Ward in the Gator
backfield, forcing and re-
covering a fumble on the.
Gator 14. On the first play,
Butts hit Sidney Harris in the,
end zone for the TD. Peters
put the extra point kick
through the uprights, and the
Sharks had a 19-0 lead.
The Sharks weren't
through with the first period,
even yet. On their first play
after the kick-off, Ward tried
going to the air and Robert
Harris picked off his first
pass, racing 30 yards for the
score. The extra point at-
tempt failed and the quarter
ended with the Sharks having
a 25-0 lead.
Irf'the second period, the
Sharks began putting in their
reserves, and it looked like a
repeat of the first period.
With only a minute and four
seconds gone, Robert Harris
threw a little pop pass across
the' line to Richard Jackson
and Jackson raced 10 yards
for the score.
Again, early in the second
period, a short pass to
Jackson set the Sharks up on
the Gator nine, where Randy
Wilder took off on a scoring
-:


Richard Jackson (87) and Jimmy Walding (52) take
down Todd Sterzoy (14) running back for the Gators.


Commodity Give Away
Port St. Joe residents dities on Thursday, No-
.will. be given their corn- vember 29 from 1 p.m.,,to 3
modities on Wednesday, p.m., CST at the Commun-
November 28 from 2 p.m., ity Center in Wewahitchka.
to 4 p.m., EST at the Gulf All residents must be pre-
Coqnty Senior Citizens registered and approved to
meal site on Avenue D in receive commodities.
Port St. Joel.
Wewahitchka residents For more information
will receive their commo- call 229-8466.
K -'** -


Crime Watch
at Mexico Bch.
The Neighborhood Crime
Watch program of. Mexico
Beach will have Patricia
Hatcher, Prevention Coor-
dinator, for the Northwest
Drug Council, Inc., as its
speaker on November 29, at
7:00 p.m. CST, at the Mexico
Beach Fire Hall.
All concerned citizens' and
especially parents are urged
to attend.

Ray C. Bolden
Is Promoted
Ray C. Bolden, Sr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L.
Bolden of 309 Ave. E, Port St.
Joe, has been promoted in
the U.S. Air Force to the rank
of technical sergeant.
Bolden is an electrical
power production instructor I
at Sheppard Air Force Base,
Texas, with the 3770th Tech-
nical Training Group.
His wife, Clara, is the
sister of Ray 0. Likely of 308
Ave. B, Port St. Joe.
Hg is a 1974 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School.

it possible. Thank you to our
sponsors, Fred Allen and the
Gulf County Recreation
Department, Rev. Fred
Goebert, our referee, and
our coaches Bill Bless, Liba
Monteiro, Bill Gandy and
Mike Groos. A special thank
you goes to The Star for pro-
viding coverage for our
games. Congratulations to
the league champions,
Earley's Hardware, and all
of our players.


SUPPORT THE SHARKS
TRAVEL TO PERRY!!


PAGE EIGHT


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1984


In a razzle dazzle play Friday night, quarterback Chris Butts (11) picked up a Shark
fumbled ball following a lateral hafd-off and threw a touchdown pass to Demetre Thomas in ,
the end zone. -Star Photo






THiE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1984


Camps Must be Removed from River


The Florida Cabinet re-
cently passed a rule that will
result in the removal of all
'hunting and fishing camps
from state-owned lands along
the Apalachicola River in
Gulf and Franklin Counties.
Florida bought approxi-
mately 28,100 acres of envi-
ronmentally sensitive land
along the lower Apalachicola
in the mid and late 1970s. At
that time, many area resi-
dents had leases with the


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prior owner of the land,
International Paper Compa-
ny, giving them the right to
build and use small hunting
or fishing camps on the land.
Those camps, the state
decided after it bought the
land, were not "compatible"
with the management tech-
niques it wants to use in the
area. The Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission has
made an effort to clear out
the camps, but most of them


HIGHLAND VIEW

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still are being used with no
leases and no rent being paid
to the state.
No figures are available on
how many fish and hunting
camps are on state-owned
land along the Apalachicola.
The game and fish com-
mission, acknowledging that
forcing people to stop during
the fishing and hunting
camps would create contro-
versy, went to the Cabinet
earlier this year to ask for its
backing. The commission
asked the Cabinet to give it
authority to conduct field
inspections of the camps, and
to tell the camp owners they
will be allowed to continue
using their camps for only
eight more years, rent free.


But camp users appeared
before the Cabinet recently
to protest. Three men who
said they and their families
had used the camps for as
long as 31 years objected to
being forced out of the
camps. While they conceded
they no longer had a legal
right to use the land, they all
said their presence had help-
ed protect the area by
discouraging poachers and
irresponsible campers.
"I have yet to be given a
concrete reason as to why we
have to go," said Apalachico-
la insurance agent Chuck
Marks, who claimed a lease
with International Paper for
his camp that dated back to
1953. "We're the conserva-
tionists of the river."


Deer Season


Opens Nov.


There are two kinds of
people in the Northwest
Region of Florida those who
call November 22 "Thanks-
giving Day" and those who
call it "the opening day of
deer season."
The season lasts through
January 27.
In other parts of the state,
deer season is November 10
through January 6.
During the general season,
hunters may take deer which
have one or more antlers, at
least one inch long and
visible from the hairline.

Charter Boat
Conference for
Gulf Captains
The Florida Sea Grant
Extension Program is'rgan-
izing the "First Arinual
Northern Gulf of Mexico
Charter Boat Conference".
This conference is being
assembled to provide an
educational opportunity to
the charter boat industry.
Discussion topics planned for
the two day event include
1984 Gulf of Mexico catch
statistics, fishing vessel obli-
gation loans, fuel tax refund,
marine injuries, hurricane
preparedness, color sounders
and others.
All. interested persons are
invited to attend the confer-
ence which will be held on
December 3- 4, 1984 in
Panama City. A banquet and
luncheon is planned, so par-
ticipants should preregister
by calling 763-5459 or coming
by the Cooperative Extension
Service Office at 2234 East
15th St., Panama. City.
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Deer without antlers may be
taken only on November 24
and 25.'
Spotted fawns and the tiny
key deer found on the.Florida
Keys may not be taken at any
time.
The bag limits for deer
are: two per day and three in
possession. There is no sea-
son bag limit for deer.
.Also, hunters should be.
aware that hunting seasons
on wildlife management
areas may differ from the
regional and statewide sea-
sons.
For more specific informa-
tion, sportsmen can contact
the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission's regional
offices. Their toll-free phone
numbers are listed on the
inside front cover of most
telephone directories.


Franklin County resident
O.B. Lee said he had main-
tained a floating camp on the
river since 1960. He said his
frequent presence at the
campsite had discouraged
poachers from coming in and
illegally harvesting cypress
trees,
"We don't mind paying a
lease; we just hate being put


out in the cold," Lee said, his
voice breaking with emotion.
''I have two grandsons I'd
like to see grow up and enjoy
it."
The Cabinet members,
however, expressed concern
about giving a handful of
individuals the right to main-
tain a camp while refusing
that right to other Floridians.


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Margaret Key Biggs has
been selected to appear in the
fourteenth edition of "Who's
Who of American Women"
which is recognized world-
wide as the foremost bio-
graphical guide to outstand-
ing North American women.
Selection is based solely on
reference value. Individuals
are listed because of their
positions or noteworthy
achievements that have been
proved to be of lasting value


to society.
Fame alone is not a
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accomplishment can place a
biographee in "Who's Who of
American Women".
Ms. Biggs' noteworthy
achievements include four


books of poetry that have
won critical acclaim, publi-
cation in foremost literary
magazines and anthologies,
craft interviews for literary
magazines, and over fifty
national contest awards for
poetry.


Gulf County Schools

Lunch Menu


Monday, Nov. 26
Chicken patties, peaches,
green beans, rice with gravy,
rolls, and milk.
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Battered dipped fish,
baked beans, fruit cup, sliced
bread, cookies, and milk.
Wednesday, Nov. 28
Sloppy Joe,. cheese wedge,


applesauce, buttered corn,
and milk.
Thursday, Nov. 29
Hot dogs, cabbage. slaw,
French fries, cake, and milk.
Friday, Nov. 30
Pizza, tossed salad, early
peas, and Milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to availability of
foods.


Highland View PTA


Public
IN. THE 'CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY
Case No. 78-106
WILLIE MAE M. GREEN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BILLY CHARLES MARTIN, a minor,
et als.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on
Thursday, December 6, 1984, at 11:00
A.M. (Eastern time), real property
described, as follows:
Lot 21, Block 1010 of Millview Addi-
tion to thektity of Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, Florida
shall be sold at the front door of the
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
Florida, pursuant to a Final Judgment
rendered in the Circuit Court in Case
No. 78-106 by Gulf County Circuit Court
Clerk Jerry T. Gates.
: DATED this the 8th day of November,
1984.

Auto And
Homeowners
Insurance
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639-5322 Wewahitchka
or
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The Highland View PTA
wishes to thank all the won-
Sderful parents and volun-
teers who worked so hard to
bring about the successful
annual Halloween Carnival
at the school.
The merchants and busi-
nesses who contributed
toward the Carnival are to
be commended for their
generosity.
Because of your contri-
butions, the PTA will again
be able to go forward with

Notices -
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
I By: Is/ E. Towan Peters, Deputy Clerk
2t 11115
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE-OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
Case No. 84-216
HIGHLAND VIEW MOTORS, INC.,
Plaintiff,
S vs.
3 J. G. BROWN aka JAMES G. BROWN
and Wife, DONNIE BROWN,
SDefendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Final Judgment dated November 7,
1984, in Case No. 84-216 of the Circuit.
Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
In and for Gulf County, Florida, in which
HIGHLAND VIEW'MOTORS, INC., is the
Plaintiff, and J. G. BROWN aka JAMES
G. BROWN and Wife, DONNIE BROWN,
are the Defendants, the undersigned
Circuit Court Clerk shall sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the
S front d.,.oi ,l the Guil Co(jnty Court,
house n Port St Joe Florida, at 11:00
"A.M. (Eastern time), On Iecember 6e
1984, the real property set-forth In the
Final Judgment and described as
follows:
Lot Four (4), Block "J", Bayvlew
Heights Addition to Highland
View, as per Plat on file in the Of-
fice of the Clerk of Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida. SUBJECT to
all subdivision restrictions of
record. All mineral rights reserved
to original owners.
DATED This the 7th day of
November, 1984.
JERRY GATES,

Clerk of Circuit Court,
By: 1s/ E. Towan Peters, Deputy Clerk
2t 11115


THE PULPIT OF THE CITY


First Baptist Church 4
Port St Joe, FloMda
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
9:45 ........ Bible Study (all ages)
,11:00,..... Worship (Live WJBU-AM)
6:00 ............ Church Training
7:00 ................... Worship

HOWARD BROWNING
Pastor


RON KEGLEY
Music/Youth


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FM Radio Station covering
Mexico Beach, Florida.
Interested individuals or groups
can now apply to own a new FM
Radio Station in Mexico Beach.
For as little as $895.00 you could
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plans for campus beautifica-
tion and other school pro-
jects.

Sand Dollar Run
The 13th Annual *Sand
Dollar Chase 10K was held in
Destin Saturday, November
10. Around 300 runners start-
ed the 6.2 mile race. times
Hanlon of Port St. Joe
finished 16th overall and first
in his age group with a time
of 30 minutes.


Shark Review

News of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High


Congratulations to the
Shark football team. They
defeated Wewahitchka last-
Friday night by a score of
37-0. The Sharks continue
their quest for the state
championship when they
play at Perry this Friday.
Good luck, Sharks!
The VICA Club is now sell-
ing Christmas wrapping
paper and an assortment of
pocket planning calendars.
The VICA Club would sin-,
cerely appreciate your sup-
port with their fund-raising
project.
Six weeks tests were given
recently and report cards
were originally scheduled to
go out Friday, November 16.
Due to unforeseen circum-
stances, however, report
cards will not be handed out
until Wednesday, November
21.
Congratulations to the fol-
lowing winners in the Book-
mark Contest: Senior High,
1st place Wendy Parrish,
2nd place Debby Miller;
and Junior High, 1st place
-Tim Kerigan annd place
-John Julius. The winners
were awarded $10 and $5
respectively. The Bookmark
Contest was held in conjunc-
tion with Florida Library
Media Week, which was
Nov. 11-17.
. This week will be a short
week for students. School


SALE BEGINS WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21
S, OEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M.
OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL -7:00 P.M.
S Men's Tops and Bottoms Reg. *3.50
.THERMAL 99
UNDERWEAR ...


Men's Reg. $6.00
FLANNEL

SHIRTS .......
ALL Reg. $10.00

LADIES'
KNIT TOPS.....
Ladies' Reg. $7.00

PENNY
LOAFERS ......


Annette Minger
will be dismissed early on
Wednesday, and students
will not return to classes un-
til Monday, November 26. I
wish all of you a very Happy
Thanksgiving!
Now it is time to meet Mrs.
Audrey Monette. Mrs.
Monette graduated from
Southern University in
Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She
has taught school for 18
years and is presently teach-
ing Basic Skills Math and
Language at Port St. Joe
High School.
Next week, and for the
next few weeks, I will be
sharing with you the func-
tions and activities of
various clubs at Port St. Joe


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done. I couldn't have been
treated better.
A very special thanks to
my mother-in-law, Mae
,Hicks, for staying with me


after surgery until I was able
to care for myself.
May God bless you all,
Mrs. Shirley T. Hicks


THE STAR, Port St. 3oe, Fla. THIURSDAY, NOV. 22, 19841


FRANK HANNON, Agent


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CARD OF THANKS
I wish to take this opportu-
nity to thank all my relatives,
friends, neighbors and mem-
bers of Highland View Bap-
tist Church for the flowers,
cards and visits while I was
in the hospital and recuperat-
ing from my surgery. A
special thanks for all the
prayers in my behalf.
Thanks also extended to
Dr. Goslin. Dr. Davenport,
Dr. Johnson and the third
floor surgical staff at Tyndall
AFB Hospital for a job well

High School.
Until next week, this is An-
nette Minger hoping you
have a good one!


Say You Saw It In The Star

FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
22nd Street Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER and
DAVID L. TAUNTON, Ministers
WORSHIP SERVICE ............... 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL ................ 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday)..:................


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1984


2 bedroom trailer, 1%
bath, built-on living room &
bedroom, carpeted, with Ig.
utility shed. On nice lot
within 2 blocks of Chipola
Boat Landing. Call 639-2541.
4tc 11/22
Four year old brick home.
3 bedroom, 2 baths, carpet,
cen. heat & air, ceiling fans,
1g. lot. 12'x16' deck. Very
reasonably priced. Assum-
able mtg. Owner willing to
take second. Call 229-6571
after5:00. 2tp 11/15
For Sale by Owner: 120 ft.
lot on beachfront, Beacon
Hill. (@31 T6 Rll) on
Highway 98. Call 1-535-4081.
7tp 11/15
Extra nice home in good
location. Tri-levl 4 bdrm.,
2% ba. Cen. h&a. Form. liv.
rm. & din. rm. w carpet &
drapes. Lg. eat-in kitchen w
built-in appl., trash comp.,
&;w., garb. disp., range with
self cleaning oven. Lg. great
rm, bar w reel to reel stereo
and phonograph built in.
Two car garage w auto. door
opener. Lg. sun deck & pati.
Intercom system. Located in
center of 2 Ig. landscaped
lots with fenced back yd.
2,350 sq.,ft. of living space.
Price $69,500.00. Assumable
mortgage at 9%% plus equi-
ty. Phone 229-6715. 2tp 11/15
Home for sale: 3 bdrm., 2
ba. home on Palm Blvd. on
large lot; cen. heat & air;
carpet & hardwood floors;
1g. den; custom draperies;
dishwasher & other built-in
appliances. Must see to ap-
preciate. Call 229-6124.
tic 9/20
Extra nice home in good
location. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., cen.
air, dbl. carport, kitchen
equipped, utility room, 2
lots, I1g. grape arbor. Contact
Ed s, 229-8737.9/13
tfc 9/13
3 bedroom, 2 bath, large;
den, fully carpeted, dbl.. car-
port, chain link fence on 2
lots. Located in Port St. Joe.
Call 6485804 days, 648-8414.
evenings, tfc 7/19
5 lots along U.S. Hwy. 98
west of Port St. Joe. Call
648-5213 after 6 p.m.
3tp 11/8
Nice 2 bedroom, 1 bath
home for sale. Cen. h/a,
carpeted, remodeled, utility
rm. & screen porch. 511 10th
St. Call 229-8427 after 5:15. -


Wanted to Rent: 2
bedroom house with stove
and refrigerator furnished at
reasonable rates. Call
904/648-8683. 4tp 11/15


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FOR SAL


1973 mobile home, 12'x70',
3 bedroom, 2 baths. Stove &
refrigerator. $4,000. Call
648-8956. Itp 11/22
1983 Kawasaki 200 Duck-
ster 3-wheeler, $1,200. Call
227-1568. tfic 11/22
250 gallon kerosene tank,
Perfection kerosene heater
with blower, $400. Call
229-8493. ltc 11/22
24' Fishhawk fiberglass
boat, self bailing, gill net
well boat. $1,800. Call till
11:00.St. Joe time. 648-5028.
1981 Fleetwood mobile
home, cen. heating & cool-
ing, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Like
new, well kept. Take up pay-
ments or finance yourself,
2tc 11/22
Can't find a Cabbage
Patch kid? Get a Soft Sculp-
ture Doll. Taking orders for
Christmas. Phone 227-1789.
3tc 11/15

$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
tfc6/7
For all hardwood firewood
call 229-8757 after 4 p.m.
tfc 11/8
Need a gift for a special oc-
casion? Shop with us at Ming
Rose Ceramic Gifts. 607
Madison St., Oak Grove.
227-1245. 5tp 11/8

4" thick foam rubber pad
to fit queen size bed, with
mattress covers. Call
229-6343 after 6:00 p.m.
1974 Flamingo 12'x55'
mobile home, new refrig. &
stove, partially furnished.
Will deliver and set up,
$6,000. Call 639-5120, no col-
lect calls. tfc 11/8
Your Grandmother
Will Tell You
Good Cooks Use
Watkin's Flavorings
Vanilla, Peppermint,
Rum, etc.
2294023


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at Reasonable
Call 229-8763
648-5658


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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
Be Boyett 648-8936
--. NOW OPEN ON SATURDAY
HOMES
New 2 bedroom, 1152 sq. ft. home on St. Joe Beach. $69;500.00.
3 bedroom, 2 bath, good location $67,500.
St. Joe Beach. Custom 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fireplace, pond, $88,000.
2 bedroom, 1 bath, fireplace, St. Joe Beach. $78,950.
REDUCED TO SELL FAMILY COTTAGE ON CORNER LOT ON THE
HIGHWAY FRONT AT ST. JOE BEACH. Features 3 bedroom, 1 %/ bath, Ig.
screened-in porch, carport and elevated redwood deck. House engineered
with later addition of upper story in mind. Reduced to $64,500 for quick
sale. OWNER FINANCING with 25% down and only 12% interest on
balance.
3 bdrm., .2 be, fireplace, doublewide trailer on.corner lot. Howards Creek.
$27,900.
3 bdrm., 1 ba., deck, screen porch, workshop, corner lot. $24,000.
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.
Superb 4 bdrm., 3 ba. 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.
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
NEW LISTING: 75'x150' lot in Ward Ridge. $6,600.00.
NEW LISTING: 65'x115' Gulf Aire, $26,500.
NEW LISTING: Blueridge Mountains 1 acre, $6,250.
NEW LISTING: VI acre lot at Howard Creek. Only $1,500.
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, 2 bath home on Marvin Ave., unfurnished. Reduced to $350.00
monthly. "
Reduced to winter rates, Mexico Beach. 3 bedroom, 1 bath. $350 month.


One 2-wheel boy's bicycle,
good cond. 227-1490. it
Oval smoked glass dining
table, chrome base, 4
chrome base swivel chairs,
naugahyde cushions. 648-
5349 after 5 p.m. 2tc 11/22
QUICK COPIES
AVAILABLE AT
I THE STAR
306 Williams Ave.

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1979 Mercury Capri IS, 6
cyl., auto trans., p.s., p.b.,
a/c, am/fm stereo, $3,500 or
best \offer. Excel. cond.
229-8146, evenings or morn-
ings. 2tp 11/15
1977 Ford LTD, 2 dr.
sedan, p.s., p.b., a.c. Call
229-6689 after 5. 2tp 11/15
1979 Cutlass Supreme
Brougham in excellent con-
dition. Call 229-8978 after
5:00 p.m. tfe 11/8
1978 Midas Ford mini-
motor home, completely
selfcontained, every feature
in good cond. Seen at 1110
Long Ave. Ph. 227-1240.
tfc 11/1



NOTICE


Alcoholics Ano
Port St. Joe Sere:
Sunday, 4:00 P.1
Tuesday, 8:00 P.
AI-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.
St. James Episcot
Thursday, 7:00 P
Wewa Medical
There will be
communication o
Joe Lodge No. "11
every first and tl
day at 8:00 p.m.
Clinton C. Peters
C. Brogdon, Sec.
pd. thru


Public

Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT C
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIl
STATE OF FLORIDA,
GULF COUNTY.


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1-1 IN RE: Estate of
JEAN ELIZABETH ATCHISON,
ed.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA1
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ESTATE AND ALL PERSO
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: ,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEr
ministration of the Estate c
ELIZABETH ATCHISON,. de
Case No. 84-55, Is pending in th
Court for. Gulf County, Florida,
22 Division, and the address of 1
Gulf County Courthouse, Port
Florida 32456. The Personal RI
tatives of the Estate are
THOMAS ATCHISON, whose ac
P. O. Box 7111, Federal Way, V%
and MARJORIE AUSTIN, wh
dress is 1885 Shore Drive
Petersburg, FL 33707. The ne
address of the 'Personal Ri
tatlves' attorney Is as follows:
S ROBERT M. MOORE
321 Reid Avenue
P. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 324!
All persons having cla
demands against the Estate
quired, WITHIN THREE Nv
FROM THE DATE OF THE
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
with the Clerk of the above Cou
ten statement of any claim or
they may have. Each claim mt
writing and must Indicate the
the claim, the name and addre,
Claimant or his Agent or Attoi
the amount claimed, If the clal
yet due, the date when it will
due shall be stated. If the clair
tingent or unliquidated, the n
the uncertainty shall be state
claim Is secured, the security
described. The Claimant shal
sufficient copies to the Clerk ti
the Clerk to mail a copy to e
sonal Representative.
All persons Interested in th
to whom a copy of this Notic
ministration has been mailed
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) I
FROM THE DATE OF THE
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
any objections they may hi
challenge the validity of the Dei
Will, the qualifications of the I
Representatives or the ve
jurisdiction of this Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS A
SECTIONS NOT SO FILED V
FOREVER BARRED.
DATE of the first publication
Notice of Administration Is TI
22nd November, 1984.
Is/ EARL THOMAS ATCHISON,
Personal Representative of the
Estate of
JEAN ELIZABETH ATCHISON,
ed
Is/ MARJORIE AUSTIN,
Personal Representative of the
Estate ot
JEAN ELIZABETH ATCHISON,
ed.
Is/ ROBERT M. MOORE,
Attorney for Personal Represei
P. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(904) 229-8181


Public

Notices

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The City of Ward Ridge, Florida. will
hold a public hearing at 5:30 P.M., EST,
Monday, December 3. 1984. at the City
Commission office in the City of Ward
Ridge for the purpose of discussing a
proposed Ordinance to expand the
water system in the City of Ward Ridge
to provide water services for Blocks 3,
4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 in Unit One of the City of
Ward. Ridge and for providing a central
water supply system for all or part of
Unit Two of the City of Ward Ridge. The
expansion of the water system Is pro-
posed to be financed by special
assessment on each lot andl6r by the
revenues derived from said system.
CITY OF WARD RIDGE,
By: /s/ ALLEN V. McCULLEY, Mayor
2tc 11/22

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF-THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
Case No.-83-223
WILLIAM S. QUARLES, III,
d/b/a ST. JOSEPH BAY CONSTRUC-
TION COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MULTI PROPERTY SERVICES, INC., a
Florida corporation, COSTABELLA
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, a
Florida corporation, MAJKEN BLOM-
QUIST and EVA ELRIN,
Defendants. -
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Multi Property Services, Inc.
5204 Soule Drive
Panama City, Florida .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
CROSS-CLAIM seeking damages and
specific performance of a written In-
strument has been filed against you,
.and you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the CROSS-
CLAIM or Cross-Plaintiff's attorney,
SCOTT R. NABORS, 101 East 23rd
Street, American National Bank
Building, P. 0. Box 2528, Panama City,
Florida 32402, and file the original
answer or pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 12th day of December, 1984. If you
fall todo so, judgement by default will
be taken against you for the relief
sought In the CROSS-CLAIM.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Star, a newspaper printed in Gulf
County, Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED this 136h day
of November, 1984.
JERRY GATES, Clerk Circuit Court
Is/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4tc 111/22


PUBLIC NOTICE
gUlar NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
rt' St. Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida will hold two
:A.M. public hearings to coritder tue.qs
rhurs- tion of closing, vacating and dnscontln-
uing a portion of a public street or alley-
way, described asjfollows:
.M. A portion of GULF DRIVE. a street
in Surfslde Estates subdivision,.
Unit No. 1, as per official plat
12/84 thereof recorded in plat book '2,
page 18, Public records of Gulf
County, Florida, to-wit: That cer-
tain portion of Gulf Drive lying bet-
ween lots 12,13,14, and 15, Block
1 and Lots 10 and 11, Block 2 of -
said subdivision.
Each public hearing will be held in
FOUR- the County Commissioners meeting
OF THE room at the Gulf County courthouse on
ID FOR the following dates: 1st hearing on
November 27, 1984 at 7:00 p.m. EST.
1o. 84-55 2nd hearing on December 11, 1984 at
9:00 a.m. EST.
Deceas- Comments from any Interested par-
ties regarding this question will be
rION welcome.
CLAIMS BOARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
ABOVE GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
NS IN- By: /s/ Everett Owens, Jr.
Chairman
D the ad- Attest:
of JEAN s/ Jerry Gates, Clerk
ceased, 2t 11/15


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Large 3 bedroom, 1 bath
house at 524 4th St. No pets,
deposit required. Call
229-8314. Itp 11/22
New apartment, 2 bdrm., 1
ba. Refrig. & range furnish-
ed. Located in nice neigh-
borhood. $295 per mo. Call
227-1689. tic 11/15
Mobile home lot for rent at
Rustic Sands Campgrounds.
Call 648-5229. tfic 11/15
One bedroom mobile home
for rent. Rustic Sands Camp-
grounds, 648-5229. tfic 11/15
Apartment for rent at
Beach. 1 bdrm., cen. air &
heat, natural gas heat & air,
60 yds. from ocean. $200 per
month. Newly remodeled.
Call Marshall at 1-599-8903 or.
1-386-8833. 4tc 11/15
For Rent: Casa Del Mar
Townhomes & Cottages, 1,
bdrm. cottage or 2 bdrm.
townhouse fully furn., color
tv, no pets. Only miles from
Port St. Joe on Hwy. 98. En-
joy the beach and be close to
town, too. Call Wanda today
for our LOW WINTER
RATES. 648-8446. tfc 10/4
For Rent: Unfurnished
duplex at St. Joe Beach. Call
Charles at 229-8282 or after 4
p.m. and weekends call
670-8417. tfc 10/25
For Rent: Mini-warehouse
storage. For more informa-
tion call 229-6332. tic 9/27
Room for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7/5
Furnished very nice 2 bed-
room house, auto. heat & air,
washer, dryer. Fenced back .
-yard No -insidepets. -Call;.
229-6777 after 6 p.m.
tfc 10/11

Century 21
St. Joseph Bay
Realty
BEACH RENTALS
14 miles from Tyndall Air Force Base.
Townhomes and cottages for rent by the
month. Furnished and unfurnished.
Some weekly throughout the winter.
Contact Century 21, St. Joseph Bay Real-
ty, Inc., Realtor, 904-648-5716.
Boardwalk $450 mo.
3 bdr. Hw'. 98 SJ) ch, Wtrfrnt. Fur.
Carrols Folly Apts. $285/mo.
2 bdr. Miramar Dr Mex Bch Wtrft. Fur.
Gulf Aire Twnhomes$500/mo.
3 bdr. Hwy. 98 Gulf Aire Bch, Wtrft. Fur
Gulf Winds Apts. $285/mo.
1 bdr. Hwy. 98 Mex Bch, Wtrft. Fur.
Sail-away Duplex's $500/mo.
3 bdr. Hwy 98, S) 8ch, Wtrft. Fur.
Sanddollar Houses $275/mo.
2 bdr. Hwy. 98 Beacon Hill Wtrft. Fur.
Sanddollar House $300/mo.:
3 bdr. Hwy. 98 Beacon Hill, Wtrft. Fur.
Cee Bee Duplex $195/mo.
2 bdr. 28th St. Mex Bch, Bchside, Fur.
Drifting Sands
House $480/mo.
4 bdr. 34th St. Mex Bch, Bchside, Fur.
Gulf View Twnhouse $425/mo
2 bdr. 42nd St. Mex Bch, Bchside,
Fur. (1 year lease)
Leah Apts. $155/mo.
1 bdr. 28th St. Mex Bch, Bchside, Fur.
Pier Point Apts. $350/mo.
2 bdr. 37th St. Mex Bch, Bchside, Fur.
Retreat House $350/mo.
2. bdr. 42nd St. Mex Bch, Bchside, Fur.
Sandpiper Houses $355/mo..
3 bdr. Circle Dr. Mex Bch, Bchside, Fur.
Warren James No. 1
Townhouse $350/mo.
2 bdr. 32nd St. Mex Bch, Bchside, Fur.
j.T.'s Apt. $300/mo.
2 bdr. Hwy. 98 Mex Bch, N'side, Fur.
Harrell Triplex $400/mo.
2 bdr. Gulf Aire Sub. SI Bch, Unfur.
(1 yr. lease)
Gulf View Twnhs $400/mo.
2 bdr. 42nd St. Mex Bch, Bchside,
Unfur. (1 yr. lease)
Overholt Triplex $375/mo.
2 bdr. Gulf Aire, S ) Bch Unfur. 1 yr. leas
Smith Triplex $300/mo.
2 bdr. Gulf Aire, SI Bch Unfurn.
Smith Triplex $325/Mo.
2 bdr. Gulf Aire, SJ Bch Furn.
Thornton Duplex $300/mo.
2 bdr. Gulf Aire, SI Bch, Unfur. 1 yr leas
Iuprr Trailer $165/mo.

MINI WAREHOUSES
6x12 $30.00/mo. plus tax
12x12 $45.00/mo. plus tax
12x24 $85.00/mo. plus tax or
$78.00 mo. with a 6 mo. lease
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with SHAKLEE
For Personal Service,
Call 229-8942
3tp 11/15
We buy, sell and trade us-
ed furniture. Get good prices
for your unwanted furniture.
Country Peddler. 229-8966.
tfc 10/25
Sewing and Alterations,
work guaranteed at
reasonable rates. Call
229-8388, after 3:00 phone
227-1789, ask for Brenda. 3tc

UNITED SITTER SERVICE
We offer care for sick or
disabled, day or night, home
or hospital. Sitters needed.
229-8210
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THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reld 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
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Accounting &
Income Tax

Accounting & Income Tax
Service Small Business
Individual
Monthly Accounting
Wauneta Brewer Pat HoTmn
Owner Assistant'
220 Reid Ave.
Phone 2294536


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.
Hunting Supplies
Special Order
5tp 11/1




MARTIN'S

PLUMBING

New Construction

Repairs

Remodeling

St. Joe Beach


648-5220

2tp 11/15


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 11/1


SERIES


ROOF LEAK??
B. J. Roofing Company
Our Specialty
Repair Work or Re-roofing
Free Inspection & estimate
Given. Locally owned &
operated by Billy Joe Bar-
field, Mexico Beach.
648-8992
4tc 11/22
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe. 227-1145 (24 hours).

H. L. ALLEN & SON
General Contractor
New and Remodeling
All Types
25 Yrs. Experience
648-5080
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St. Joseph Bay


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Specializing in All
Bicycle Repairs
Rebuilt Bikes for Sale
Also will buy or trade used
bikes or parts.
Free Estimates, Reason-
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Guaranteed. Open 10 a.m. -
6 p.m. Closed Sunday.
116 Monument Ave.
227-1342
S tfic 11/1


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
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227-1151

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410 Reid Avenue


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