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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 29, 1984
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR
Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1984


City Offered Port





Authority Reins



Tapper Says Elected Body


Needs to Have Jurisdiction


I Swearing In Time


George Tapper, chairman
of the Port'Authority, made
the City Commission an offer
they couldn't refuse Tuesday
night. Tapper offered the
Board the control over the
Port Authority, which brings
with it a sizeable bank
account, earning a nice
chunk of interest money each
and every year, along with no


liabilities.
Tapper said the Port Au-
thority has money invested
"which I hope will not be
touched, but kept invested in
perpetuity, earning interest
to be used by the City for port
projects. The investment will
earn the City from $150,000 to
.$200,000 a year and you can
do a lot with income like that


The Gulf County Commission had a
busy night Tuesday as they swore in
three members, named a new chairman,
set up a committee to begin a study on a
sewer district for south Gulf County and
agreed to request a $675,000 community
block grant.
Clerk of the Court, Jerry Gates,
administered the oath of office to new
commissioner, A. B. Traylor,,of Wewa-
- hitchka and to re-elected-comiwsioners
Billy Branch and Eldridge Money, who
started new four year terms. After the
swearing in ceremonies, a short recep-
tion was provided for the new commis-
sioners and their friends and Commis-
sioner Money was, elected to serve as -
chairman. of the board for the coming
year. Traylor was named vice-chairman.
BLOCK GRANT APPROVED
The Board agreed -unanimously to
request a block grant of some $675,000 to
be loaned to Raffield Fisheries to help
re-build the huge fisheries operation
which burned here in October. The
Commission sent a formal request to the
Apalachee Planning Council to pursue
the grant application for the county. The
board also set the first public hearing on
the project for Thursday, December 6, at
7:30 p.m., in the Commission meeting
room.
The Raffield firm will be required to
put up $2.00 of their own money for every
$1.00 received from the block grant
source.
The money to the county would be a
gift. The county Would then make it
available to Raffield as a loan at a


in a small town like this."
Tapper said the Port Au-
thority needs to be placed
under the authority of a
taxing body, if it is ever to
really be a force for develop-
ment of Port St. Joe and Gulf
County. "We have no author-
ity to levy and we can't apply
for federal or state grants
under our present set-up",


negotiated interest rate. The payments
made back to the county by Raffield
would then be available to lend out to
other qualified borrowers to finance
recovery from a disaster, such as the
Raffields suffered, or to bring a new
industry to the county.
Raffield, who was present at the
meeting, said this is one source of
financing the firm will use :to re-build
their operation which-empteyed-some-i25,-
people. "We plan to build it back bigget-
and better than before and employ more
people. Hopefully, we'll be back in the
fish business by the middle of the year".
SEWER DISTRICT
'Betty McNeill, chairman of Gulf
County's Planning Committee, told the
Commission Tuesday night, "The Com-
mittee has instructed me to approach you
with the suggestion that we create a
south Gulf County sewer district".
McNeill said the planning committee
has suggested the district serve all of
south Gulf County from Ward Ridge to
the Franklin-Gulf county line with
sanitary sewer service.
A lack of a public sanitary sewer
service and a public water supply has
been the main stumbling block for
substantial growth in the south Gulf
County area-especially along the beach
front. Several attempts have been made
in the past to connect to the Port St. Joe
sewer system, but no plans have
advanced beyond the talking stage. Most
of the approaches to Port St. Joe have
(Continued on Page 3)


Tapper said. "We do have a
sizeable bank account,
though, and it is earning
money every day. The best
part of it is that it didn't cost
anybody anything."
The chairman said the
Authority has been in exist-
ance for 30 years, "but for 25
of those 30 years it did
nothing. Now it has the
potential for being a tool for
development of the area if it
is placed in the right hands."'
Tapper said the re-
organization of the Port
Authority would require an
act of the Florida Legislature
in the spring session. "A
local act would do it", he
(Continued on Page 3)

Free Rides

Ending

Dec. 15
The free ambulance ride
will be over on December 15
of this year That is the day
when a schedule of charges
for ambulance service will go
into effect, after nearly three
months of planning and ar-
riving a'"the ounts- f be'"
charged.
The service has been offer-
ed free of charge ever since
the ambulance service was
initiated some 10 years ago,
but use, lack of volunteers
and state requirements for
qualified personnel has forc-
ed the county to go to a paid
(and charging) service here
in south Gulf County. The
service in the north half of
the county will still provide
free service with volunteer
operators.
-The new charges will be
approved at the December 11
meeting of the Commission
and will go into effect )n
December 15.
Charges scheduled for the
service include $50.00 for
transport to Gulf Pines Hos-
pital, $100.00 to a Panama
City hospital, $150.00 to a
Tallahassee hospital and a
$50 pick-up charge, plus a
- mileage charge for transport.
beyond Tallahassee.


Tuesday night was oath of office time for the Gulf
County Commission members elected and re-elected in the
fall primaries. In the photo above, Clerk of the Circuit
Court Jerry. Gates leads the newly-elected officers in
repeating their oath of office to re-elected Commissioners


Billy Branch and Eldridge Money and A. B. Traylor, who
is beginning his first term in office. Money was named:
chairman of the Board for the coming year and Traylor
was named vice-chairman.
-Star photos: -


to Board member Waylon Graham, Superintendent of


Scotland Yard Checking Clues Here


Two Scotland Yard detec-
tives from London, England,
were in town Tuesday of this'
week, to investigate recent
activities of Catherine Tay-
lor, a former real estate
developer operating in the
Port St. Joe area.
-The Scotland Yard men,
detective inspector Gerald
Runham and detective con-
stable John Cremin, said Ms.
Taylor had been arrested in


Buckinghamshire, England
and was being held on a
holding charge, pending their
investigation of a real estate
scam.
Ms. Taylor disappeared
from the Port St. Joe area
after development of about
four properties, primarily in
the Cape San Blas area.
Buyers, contractors and sup-
pliers have been hunting
Taylor ever since to find out


why they haven't been paid
and why they cannot gain
free title to the places they
thought they had purchased.
Taylor was selling the real
estate packages in England
and then coming to the Port
St. Joe area to build and
purchase vacation homes for
her' English buyers.
Gulf County Sheriff's In-
vestigator Charlie Hill first
started investigating Tay-


lor's activities nearly a,
year ago, when he became
suspicious of her credentials
and started a routine check."
Taylor soon disappeared and
.Hill later found her back-
ground couldn't stand a close
scrutiny.
The two detectives from
Scotland Yard were in Port
St. Joe to obtain the informa-
tion Hill had on her activities
and local operations.


Program Saturday to Select Gulf's Jr. Miss from 13 Candidates


Thirteen of GulfsCounty's
senior girls will be partici-
pating for the title of Junior
Miss in a pageant Saturday
;' evening to be held in the
Commons Area of Port St.
Joe High School, beginning at
7:30 p.m.
Sponsored for the third
year in a row by the Kiwanis
Club, the pageant will decide
which lovely young lady will
represent Gulf County in the
State Jr. Miss Pageant, to be
held in Pensacola in Febru-
ary.
The participants have al-
ready started activities
which prepare them for the
pageant and its presentation


of the youthful candidates for
judging in poise, talent,
appearance and scholastic
abilities. So, while Gulf Coun-
ty is. assured of a winner this
year who will be a beautiful
young lady, beauty alone
isn't the deciding factor in
selecting the Jr. Miss.
VALUABLE PRIZES
Not only will the winner
represent Gulf county at the
state pageant, but the winner
will also receive a $500
scholarship to the college of
her choice. She will be
crowned at the pageant by
last year's Jr. Miss, Melissa
Wood, who is using her
scholarship this year, to


attend Gulf Coast Commun-
ity College.
Tickets are currently on
sale by Kiwanis Club mem-
bers and contestants for the
contest. Admission is $3.00
for adults and $2.00 for
students.
Tickets will also be avail-
able at the door to the
pageant.
Contestants for the pag-
eant include: Julie Allen,
Florence Bailey, Angel Bar-
bee, Alyson Guilford, Roonie
Hill, Hope Lane, Christy
Long, Annette Minger, Letha
Rice, Lesa Jones, Sherry
Jones, Paula Ward and Les-
ley Wilder.


JULIE ALLEN


FLORENCE BAILEY ANGEL BARBEE ALYSON GUILFORD


LETHARICE LESA JONES SHERRY JONES


PAULA ...
PAULA WARD


LESLEY WILDER


USPS 518-880

FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 13


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County Files for'



Block Grant Fund


District Proposed For South Gulf


ROONIE HILL


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CHRISTY LONG


ANNETTE MINGER


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Editorials


and Comments


THE STAR


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-Take Your Camps


an d G


? The Florida Cabinet has struck
or should it be stricken?
It surely sounds as if they have
been stricken with some sort of
malady which removes common
i sense, fair play and a sense of what
is right.
S The Cabinet, in its supposed
wisdom has ruled that there shall
-no, longer be camps allowed on the
,banks of the Apalachicola River-
-particularly on state owned lanls.
SiE;>We agree, a person should be
le to do what he wants with lands
4g&-owns, so long as it doesn't
.iifitinge on the rights of his next
door neighbor. In this case, how-
er, the State of Florida is us. We
.xdin the banks of the river. We paid
'the taxes which purchased the land
:at prices above and beyond what
,any person in his right mind would
shave paid for it. We suppose, if you
,Jtake the matter far enough; we are
Keeping our camps off the property
:!and passing rules that we remove
sour present camps from the banks
"of the river.
SWe don't have too much
,argument against the state prohib-
Siting the construction of. more
scamps on the river. We could
grudgingly accept the ruling if it
-said present camps could remain,
abut there would be no more leasing
'.of land to build other camps. Even
so, we can't see a thing wrong with
setting aside a portion of the river



And, Hang

Andy Rooney had an interest-
Iing column the other day. Andy
'wondered why, since we had tons
^and tons of foodstuffs our govern-
meht was str gglingto'keep stored
Sand housed and even paid money to
'farminers not to grow anymore...
^ankd a large portion of the people of
."Ethiopia were starving to death
.every day why couldn't we
..bring the two problems together
J.somehow and solve them both?
*: -' We have food we can't possibly
|use and have a problem with its
.storage and the Ethiopians have a
'problem with getting a few bread
crusts to put on the table.
Rooney said the problems
could be solved if it were not for
:the political situation involved.
We wonder how many mothers
of those starving children we have
,,seen on television have accepted
the fact that her child is going to die
.of starvation because of some'
;-well-fed bureaucrat's politics?
",Were it our child, such a situation


Speckled Trout
Draw A Crowd


banks to be used for so many
camps to be built on a first-come,
first-served basis.
We would grudgingly accept
this condition because we set right
here on our duff and didn't raise a
howl when the state first said it was
going to buy the river banks.
One thing we have learned
since, is to raise a howl when the
state announces it is going to
purchase a tract of land for
"recreation" purposes or "conser-
vation" practices. We have since
learned the word "recreation" as
we see it and as the state sees it,
are two different words. And
"conservation" means stand off at
a distance and look but don't touch.
We'll get some flack from this
blurb. We usually do when we go to
writing about the state purchasing
a piece of land, figuratively build-
ing a fence around and telling us
resident Floridians and Gulf Coun-
tians to keep'off. The large paper
and lumber companies who for-
merly owned the property didn't
suffer from allowing camps to be
built, nor did the land. Why does
the state suppose, all-of a sudden,
that continuing to allow camps will
damage the land?
It seems to us the state rules
and regulations are destroying the
historical use of the river banks;
not the presence of hunting camps.



the Politics!


would make us bitter toward the By Kesley Colbert
person who would allow his politics clue as to how you spell ruta-
to stand between our starving child bagers so I looked it up. Son
and a life-saving bowl of soup. We of a gun, the cookbook at our
.could bqter .nideistand the chld house spells idt,.-r-ttu ta-
was starving to death because b-aga-s,;- but 'that couldn't
was starving to bright. You don't eat some-
there was no food anywhere in the thing called rutabagas-you
world for ,him to eat. eat rutabagers.
We haven't changed from I bring this up because a
We haven't changed from couple of weeks ago I was
conservative to liberal here all of a visiting with some of my
sudden. We will admit, however, mother's folks and I saw
that the pictures of starving about the best looking ruta-
children on television have touched bagers I've ever seen. Only
even our conservative hearts. If problem was-there wasn't
they didn't touch yours, you're in there's a couple of things
worse shape than the starving that the Kennedy family is
children, noted for all around Law-
rence County in Middle Ten-
It we had our way, we would nessee. One of them is
take a few of those dollars we're eating, and the other is talk-
paying for food storage, rent a ship ing.
with it, and take some of that food ing we are all this par going to gather
just lying around and haul it to up down at my Aunt Bea-
Ethopia. Then, we'd look up the trice's house for supper.
place where those starving chil- First of all you know it's go-
dren are and give them a bite or ing to be a good meal 'cause
two to eat. And, hang the politics! you have to work so hard just
two to eat. And, hang the politics! toget out to where Aunt Bea-


to get to speak one time as
there was a momentary
pause in the conversation
but before I could get any-
thing out, my Aunt Adell was
a little' quicker' and' she
jumped right in about how
she and my Mom used to
walk 4 miles to school every-
day through the rain, sleet
and snow.
Now, the turkey and dress-
ing, ham, potatoes, cole
slaw, salad, corn, green
beans, etc. was all right in
front of me and I was doing
the best I could to keep up
but I noticed that the ruta-
bagers was at the far end of
the table right between Un-
cle F.D. and Uncle Ben and
they was both hitting 'em
pretty hard. I
"Uncle Ben, would you
pass the rutabagers,
please?". Well, everybody is
a'eating and a'talking and
not paying much attention to
me. "F.D., would you' pass
the rutabagers, please."
I noticed that Uncle Clif-
ford and Uncle Womack
didn't get any rutabagers


either, but that wasn't slow-
ing them down. Now Uncle ., ,
Womack is about the quiet-
est one in the whole bunch
and I guess he realized that
';he-'can't out-talk that'group, -* : "i .
;0so he was agoingf6 haveto .-,"
out eat them. And I believe 'aesley
he did. My mother and .Aunt and putting up, and talking.
Adell came in a close second. We probably got a break
Of course Uncle Ben and after the meal as Aunt Ruby
F.D. sat at the far end of the Nell wasn't there, but Ruby
table and I didn't really get a is kind'a in a class by herself
good look at how much they as she is a professional talk-
ate, but I've seen those guys er. I mean you don't talk as
eat before and I'm satisfied much and as fast as Ruby
they held up the family tradi- Nell by accident. She must
tion. have had some formal train-
"Uncle Clifford, are there ing in the art of talking.
any rutabagers left in that Now, this clean-up routine
bowl?" has been going on for years.
After dinner all the men They are all working hard,
gather up in the dining room and talking hard. And they
just to listen to those Ken- are all talking at the same
nedy women talk as they time. We used to listen to
clean up after the meal. them and laugh because
Mostly we marvel at them. nobody could be understand-
They all get in the kitchen at ing what anybody is saying-
once-that's my Mom, Bea- I'm telling you the absolute
trice, Adell and Granny, truth-they are all talking at
sometimes Aunt Evelyn and the same time. You'd think a
usually Aunt Ruby Nell-and body couldn't talk and listen
they go to washing, drying (Continued on Page 3)


trice and Uncle Womack
live. You go down the Stead-
-'man Ridge Road just as far
as it goes and when the black
top ends you just keep on go-
' itog down the gravel road
toward Peach. When you've
followed that road about as
far as you can, then you sw-
ing in on a grapevine.
I love my Aunt Beatrice
and how she can cook! As
soon as I saw that big, big
round oak table loaded with
food, I immediately began to
look around the house for the
other 8 or 10 ladies that must
have helped Aunt "B" pre-
pare that meal. I mean, I
don't believe one person
could have cooked all that in
just one day.
We all get seated, must
have been about 10 or 12 of us
around that table, and after
the blessing we all get to do-
ing the two things I've
already mentioned that that
family does best. Of course, I
felt a little out of place as I'm
kind'a a light eater, and I
never had a chance to say a
word. I thought I was going


Thanksgiving Visit Takes Care of Week-long Diet of Turkey Sandwiches


IT WAS OVER the river and thru
the wood and off to Grand-momma's
house we went for Thanksgiving.
Like the old song we sang when
elementary grade students, our fam-
ily piled in the car and -took off to
Grandraother's house for the holi-
days. The lady isn't my grandmother,
she is the grandmother of my kids. We
still went to "Grandmother's" house.
I was sort of envious of Star
columnist Kesley Colbert's column
last week. Kesley knows he is lucky.
He knew his grandfather well, and
was best of friends. I can remember
seeing my grandfather, briefly, only
twice in my life. On two occasions,
when I was real small, my grandfa-
ther stopped by our house for a very
short visit and once, we went to his
house for a couple of days. Sill, I don't
remember him very well except that
he had a long, handle-bar mustache.
The other grandfather was killed
in a coal mine accident in Missouri
when my dad was a very small child.
I guess this is one of the reasons I
like to go to Grand-momma's house at
Thanksgiving. She may be the grand-


mother of my kids, but it's still a
grand-momma's house.
+++++
GRANDMOMMA'S HOUSE had
a groaning table. I mean groaning!


or Christmas?
I didn't get into shape for the
holidays this year. I kept putting it off
and putting it off and before I knew it,
the holidays were here. Holiday


Georgia a little after noon on
Wednesday and rode in the rain all the
way there. They tell me it rained just"
a little here on Wednesday afternoo.f"
By the time we got to our destination,


ETAIN SHRDLU

By: Wesley R. Ramsey


There was smoked turkey (three of
them) a large baked ham, barbecued
deer and all the trimmings.'
Naturally, there were a few
grandchildren and children present to
eat the vittles and talk, and visit, and
go back for seconds, and just
thoroughly enjoy the day.
The worst thing about our Thanks-
giving day was that we ate too much.
Did you ever do that on Thanksgiving


seasons are hard on those of us who
like to eat. The eating holidays come
along just often enough to keep me
pleasingly plump.
WE CLOSED DOWN The Star for
three days during the Thanksgiving
holidays and everyone just cooled it
for the rest of the week, after we got
the paper printed Tuesday.
We started for Warner Robins,


it was cold and the wind was blowing.
From what I read in the papers, those
folks down in South Florida had a little
wind on Thanksgiving day, too. Where
we were, the wind was blowing up a
cold gale on Thursday, but wasn't
raining, and it wasn't blowing ships up
on shore.
Before we started home on
Saturday, the weather up in Middle
Georgia had turned out to be almost


as nice as our weather is here.
WE HAD OUR Thanksgiving
dinner in brother-in-law's large farm
house, with the fire blazing in the
fireplace, the cows huddled in a bunch
out in the west pasture, a flock of
geese swimming on the lake just
beyond the house and the leaves
dropping like rain from the hardwood
trees.
Doesn't that sound nostalgic?
Along with this country Thanks-
giving, the television was going,
relaying the whipping the Detroit
Lions were giving to the Green Bay
Packers.
Those folks up in Middle Georgia
are woefully out of date with the
important things of life, though. It was
Saturday morning before we could
find out how badly the Port St. Joe
Sharks had beaten the Taylor County
Bulldogs. We had to call home to get
the results. Those backward televi-
sion stations and newspapers up there
didn't have a single line on the game
of the year.
They were pre-occupied with the


outcome of the Warner Robins
Devils and the Northside Eagles, both
Warner Robins schools, who were
playing each other for the state
championship. Not a word about
Port St. Joe's Sharks.
I SAW NOLAN TREGLOWN Mon-
day morning, and he told me he was
up in Middle Georgia, too. Nolan came
from Macon and had gone back to
Macon for Thanksgiving to visit with
his mother.
If I had known he was in Macon,
we might have swapped some dessert,
or something. Thirty years ago,
Warner Robins and Macon were some
12 miles apart. Now, they are joined
together into one big city by a string of
development along Georgia's High-
way 247.
Nolan and I, both, may have had
quite a ride to enjoy a fine Thanksgiv-
ing holiday. It may have been cold and
inconvenient to drive some 265 miles.
But neither one of us is in danger of
having to eat turkey sandwiches for
the next week. We left all of that up in
Middle Georgia.


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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 dak of the
upcoming week are listed in


their respective columns.
High Low
Nov.29 1:02a.m. 12:08p.m.
Nov.30 1:39a.m. 12:27p.m.
Dec.1 1:54a.m. 12:16p.m.
10:54 p.m.
Dec. 2 7:47 p.m. 11:08a.m.
Dec.3 7:06p.m. 5:10a.m.
Dec.4 6:33p.m. 5:08a.m.
Dec. 5 7:18 p.m. 5:05a.m.
Dec. 6 7:47 p.m. 5:38a.m.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1984


County Files for Grant


(Continued from Page 1)
been on an individual development basis.
The Planning Committee would bring the
entire area into a district and make a
combined effort to obtain sewer service.
The Commission agreed to take a
preliminary look at the suggestion and
see if such a district would be feasible
and consider avenues which might be
open to such a district.
McNeill suggested that a committee
be appointed to do the preliminary study
and presented the names of George
Tapper, Charlie Hilton, Wilton Miller,
Langston Flowers, Mike Ford and
Harold Quackenbush to serve on a
temporary committee.
PERMITS FOR BEACH DRIVING
The Commission also heard the'first
of two readings of an ordinance which
will require those driving vehicles on
south Gulf County beaches to have a
permit to do so. The ordinance would also
provide that those who abuse the
privilege of driving on the beach would
have their permits revoked.
As a result of a public hearing last


spring in which objections were aired for
driving on the beach, a committee of
interested citizens had come up with the
idea. and suggested the permits be
required of those wishing to continue
driving on the beaches.
The new permits tentatively would
be renewable every year at a cost of $5.00
with a temporary permit available for
visitors. The permits would be attached
to the vehicle involved.
Chairman Owens said he had receiv-
ed queries about the possibility of a four
year permit to coincide with driver
license purchases and a speed limit on
the beach of not more than 25 miles per
hour. The first draft of the ordinance
limits speed to 10 miles per hour. "That
would be dangerous to the driver in some
instances", Owens said.
The. Commission agreed. to the
permit idea and agreed to set a speed
limit still to be determined. A public
hearing on the new ordinance will be held
at the December 11 .meeting of the
Commission, when a final decision will
be made.


Large Crowd Enjoys Annual Visit from Santa


A large crowd lined the
streets of Port St. Joe
Saturday to welcome San-
ta Claus to town and see
the parade which had
been assembled to usher
him in for his annual
pre-Christmas visit.
Although the'parade was


delayed in starting, wait-
ing for an elephant and
some clowns to arrive, the
crowd waited patiently and
was rewarded with a fine
show, when the line of
displays finally started up
Reid Avenue.
Along with the several


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City Offered from Page 1)


said.
The Authority chairman
said the organization pre-
sently has $30 million it has
borrowed. "That sum is due
to be repaid on April 15 of
next year and we have the
money to make the re-
payment and have consider-
able money left over."
The Port Authority has
made a contract with the
State Department of Trans-
portation, which is expected
to be signed in just a few


Money Taken from Station


Two attempts, at theft were
reported during the holiday week end
by interim Police Chief Robert Maige.
Maige reported one attempt was
successful, with some $1200 -to $1300
reported stolen from the Shell service
station during the night Saturday.
Maige said, "There was no sign of
forced entry, so either the thief cut the
lock off the door and carried it away,
or they had a key". Chief .Maige said
the Police Department is currently
investigating a couple of good leads in
the matter.
A motorist, who stopped for gas
Sunday morning at about 9:00, found


the door to the station ajar. Normally,
the station is closed on Sunday. The
motorist went across the street to call
police, who in turn called Mrs.
Cynthia Stewart, operator of the
station. Mrs. Stewart said she had
wrapped the money in a paper sack at
closing time the night before and hid it
in the station. Shesaid all the money
in the station had been taken.
Chief Maige said the police log
showed the door to the station had last
been checked about two hours after
midnight Saturday night. "The theft
must have occurred between that time
and 9:00 in the morning", Chief Maige


The second robbery attempt was
broken up earlier the same night.
According to Chief Maige, the foot
patrolman heard glass being broken
while checking 'the alleys off Reid
Avenue about 10:00 p.m., and headed
toward the noise. As he approached
the Western Auto store, he saw a
manning running off and gave chase.
After losing the fleeing suspect, the
officer returned to investigate the
noise and found a small window pane
in the rear door, of Western Auto
broken out.
The thief failed to gain entrance to
the store.


days, to pay $2 million
toward the construction of a
new high-rise bridge at High-
land View and pay $100,000
for engineering. After that
sum is paid, plus the $30
million loan, the Authority
would have some $112 to $2
million left to turn over to the
city.
The high rise bridge con-
tribution will purchase num-
ber one priority which would
cause .work to start im-
mediately, plus an additional
-10 feet of clearance, which
Tapper says is necessary to
handle sea-going barges up
the canal.
"With the bridge and the
money earning interest, the
City and Port Authority will
be in good shape to get a port
project rolling", Tapper
said.
The Commission agreed
unanimously to accept au-
thority over the Port Author-
ity and use it for a develop-
ment force for the area.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,
the Commission:
-Agreed to enlist the aid of
Representative James Har-
old Thompson to secure
permits for re-habilitating


floats, several marching
groups entertained the
crowds with their per-
formances, such as the
Shrine Club's three-
wheeler group, the Danc-
ing Dolls, the clowns, and
other groups.
Prize-winning floats,


the boat dock facilities at the
west end of Fifth Street.
Agencies are giving the City
problems with issuing neces-
sary permits, to make the
repairs.
-Held for consideration
two bids received for paving
streets in Forest Hill Ceme-
tery. Bids received were
$48.564 from Gulf Asphalt
Paving Company and $43,681
from Baxter Asphalt and
Concrete.


which earned the three
cash prizes given by the.
Merchant's Association
were Wewahitchka Brown-
ies, first prize of $100; St.
Janies Church, second
prize of $50, and Historical
Society, third prize of $50.


METHODISM
Fbrr TwoCentdies
IV PROCLAIMING
SI Grace apd 'eedom


Commercial float win-
ners, not eligible for a-cash
prize, included: Seafood
Reef of Apalachicola, first
place; City of Port St. Joe,
second place and St. Joe
Paper Company, third
place.


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


,CHURCH SCHOOL ..................
MORNING WORSHIP ............
EVENING WORSHIP......... ...........
* METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP. ....
SCHOIR REHEARSAL (Wqdnesday) .........


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


Pastor, Alvin N. Harbour, Jr.


Kesley
at .the same time. Granny
would be saying something
funny that Aunt May White
had done 25 years ago. Well


REWARD

$1,0000
for Information Lead-
ing to the Arrest and
Conviction of person
or persons who killed
and removed cows
from the owner's pro-
perty on Old Dairy
Road on November 25.
Contact
J. H. GLASS
Wewahitchka


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about 5 minutes later amidst
all the talking one of the girls
would turn to Granny and
say "That Aunt May sure
was a card." And then it
began to dawn on us that
everybody was talking and
listening at the same time.
SIt's one of the most amazing
things that I have ever wit-
nessed.
If you don't believe that
they can do this you just find
Lawrence County and then
,takethe- Steadman Ridge
, &Road till the blacktopp ends
and then keep on going down
the gravel road to you see
the grapevine....
Respectfully,
Kesley

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HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD
319 Sixth St, Highland View
"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL:.... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M.
PASTOR C. W. WHITAKER


Program Tonite at Washington Gym


A cultural program will be
presented November 29 at
the Washingtofi Recreation
Center. It will begin at 7:30
p.m.
The program, entitled "A
Cultural Interlude," is dif-
ferent from our regular


program because it is em-
phasizing the creative arts,
poetic expressions, and mu-
sic that is universal in
appeal.-The variety is exten-
sive.
Participants for the pro-
gram are primarily local


citizens; however, there will
be several guest participants
from surrounding towns. All
ages will be represented.
Everyone is urged to come
out and enjoy a night of
culture. Enrich your life by
attending.


OBITUARIES:

Mrs. Helen Miles Taken by Death


Mrs. Helen Miles, 80, of Monday morning at the Bay
Highland View, died: early .St. Joseph Care Center afterr

T.W. Davis Succumbs to Illness


Travis Walton Davis, Jr.,
65, died Monday, Nov. 26 in
Wewahitchka following a
long illness. He was a long
time resident of Gulf County,
and was an employee of St.
Joe Paper Company.
Survivors include his wife,
Martha Davis of Wewahitch-
ka; four sons, Travis W.
Davis of Mt. Bellview, Tex-
as, Leland Davis of Panama
City, Joe Davis of Wewa-
hitchka and Harold Davis of
Renton, Washington; three
'daughters, Genell Cantrell of
Ellijay, Ga., Yvonne Rollins
Rites Held for
L. Peavy
Lawrence Peavy, 36, died
November 18 in Gulf Pines
Hospital. He was a native
and life-long resident of
Wewahitchka and was a car-
penter by trade.
He is survived by his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Peavy of Kinard; five sis-
ters, Betty Lou Peavy of
Kinard, Lillie Mae Smith of
Wewahitchka, Glenda Peavy
of Kinard, Linda Morgan of
Kinard, and Carol Cain of
Kinard; his grandfather,
Freddie Peavy of Midway
Park Road.
Graveside funeral services
were held last Tuesday, Nov.
20, at 3:00 p.m. at Abe
Springs Cemetery, with Rev.
Allen Pitts officiating.
All arrangements were un-
der the direction of Comfort-
er Funeral Home


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of Panama City and Mattie
Jane Griffin of Wewahitch-
ka; three brothers, W. J.
Davis of Dalkeith, Theodore
Davis of Waycross, Ga., and
Cecil Davis, of Waycross,
Ga.; six sisters, Helen Lar-
rick of Gainesville, Eula
Pridgeon of White City, Edna
Davis of White City, Woody
DeRamer of Gainesville,
Ozell Williams of Auburn,
Ala. and Geneva Perry of
Waycross, Ga.; 10 grandchil-
dren and two great grand-
children.
Funeral services were held
at 11:00a.m. CST Wednesc' iy
at the family plot, Roberts
Cemetery, Re. Harold Wil-
liams conducted the ser-
vices.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home.


a long illness. She had been a
:resident of the St. Joeg area
.ihce 192Pand was a-member
of the Oak Grove Assembly
of God Church.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Walter C. Miles of
Highland View; one son,
Clyde E. Miles of Macon,
Ga.; three daughters, Chris-
tine Thursby of Port St. Joe,
Helen Carl Grissett of Jack-
sonville, N.C. and Carol Jean
Burrows of Highland View;
one sister, Lydya Harper of
Plateau, Ala.; 11 grandchil-
dren and 12 great-grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were held
Wed., Nov. 21 at 11 at the Oak
Grove Assembly of God
SChurch with Rev. David Fer-
nandez and Rev. Talmadge
Kennedy officiating. Burial
followed in the family plot in
Holly Hill Cemetery in Port
St. Joe. Gilmore Funeral
Home was in charge of all-
arrangements.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. NOV. 29, 1984


Mr. and Mrs. Lamar
Speights, Sr. announce the
marriage of their daughter,
Monette Speights to Michael
M.: Jefferson on November
24. 'The groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lenward Jef-
ferson, Sr. of Henderson,
North Carolina. The cere-


mony was held at 3:00 in the
afternoon at the home of the
bride.
.The bride is presently
employed with the St. Joseph
Telephone office, and the
groom is stationed at Fort
Rucker, Alabama, serving
with the U. S. Army.


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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee
Bolden of 309 Avenue E, Port
St. Joe proudly announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Karen Doraine to Joseph
(Darin) Thomas. Darin is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Thomas, Jr. of 233 Avenue F,
Port St. Joe.
Karen is a senior at P,'rt
St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School ,
and is employed at Piggly
Wiggly. Darin is a 1982 grad- ,
uate of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School and is in the
United Stga+ts Army; sta-i
tioned at Ft. Hood, Texas.
The announcement of their
wedding will be made at a
later date. Miss Karen D


New Jewelry


Business
Hulean S. Golden, a former
business woman in Port St.
Joe recently opened a gift
shop in Port St. Joe. The
store is located at 226 Reid
Ave. across the street from
Western Auto. The name of
the store is Golden Gift
Emporium.
Some of the specialties of
the store will be gifts,
jewelry repair, and hand
crafted items from near and
far. Hulean has had many
years experience in the je-
welry business here in Port
St. Joe. She attended Ste-
warts International School
for Jewelers in Tequesta. She
is also experienced with the
need and diamonds for the
bride-elect and will be
anxious to be of help in that
field.
She has just returned from
Las Vegas, .Nevada where
she completed a 150 hour
course in Floral Designing.
-She attended Ikenobo Floral
Arts Schools. She will be
using silks and dried flowers
in, designs for the home,
specializing in home decora-
tions.


EMPORIUM
Phone 229-6312


oraine Bolden


Opens
experience in this field. He
will offer the utmost in this
field of work. Restoration of
antique watches, repair of
the most complicated wat-
ches, antique clocks or refin-
ishing of a fine piece of.
jewelry.
A special invitation awaits
you to come in and look
around and shop or just say
hello.


In the near future there
will be a complete watch, Casey White
jewelry, clock repair one
stop service center, in this t,,asey Is Five
,,sore. Agwhrd Golden, hus,-,


banu, is a master watchmaK-
er, clock maker and jeweler.
He has had over 35 years


Hogans
A Baby


Have
Girl


Ronnie and Janet Hogan
are proud to announce the
birth of their daughter, Jolie
Marie, on November 20th at
Gulf Coast Community Hos-
pital. Jolie weighed eight
pounds, 11 ounces and was
211/ inches long.
Jolie's proud grandparents
are Sheriff and Mrs. K. E.
Murphy of Port St. Joe, and
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hogan of
Geneva, Alabama.


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(Across street from Western Auto)


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* TRAYS, COFFEE SETS, CANDY
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* WATCH BANDS
* GRAPEVINE WREATHS, Decor-
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* LADIES' BEAUTIFUL BELTS
* CLOISONNE PENDANTS
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Casey White, daughter of
Mr. 'and Mrs. Perky White,
celebrated her fifth birthday,
Tuesday, Nov. 6. Helping
Casey celebrate this special
occasion were her little sis-
ter, Leslie, and lots of friends
and relatives.
Casey is the granddaugh-
ter of Hershel Harrison of
Chandler, Oklahoma, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry VanZetten of
Utrect, Holland and Mr. and
Mrs. John White of Port St.
Joe. She is the great grand-
daughter of Mrs. Ollie Harri-
son of Davison, Michigan.


The Sea Oats and Dunes
SGarden Club met in the
Mexico Beach Chamber of
Commerce building on Tues-
day, November 13 at 9:00
a.m. Program was presented
, by Mrs. Eloise Graham,
* Butterfly chairperson of the
Florida Federation of Gar-
den Club, on her favorite
subject, "Table Settings".
During the regular busi-
ness meeting, several mo-
tions were made and ap-
proved by members present,
for money donations to the
community fire depart-
ments, to the Statue of
Liberty fund, and the Cham-
ber .of Commerce.
Yearbooks, calendars and
membership cards were dis-
tributed, as well as honorary
membership cards to several
members' husbands.
Final plans were an-
nounced for the Christman
luncheon on Tuesday. De-
cember 11, at 11:00 a.m.


Announce Engagement


central time, at the NCO Club
of Tyndall.



Women of

Church Meet
The Presbyterian Women
of The Church met at the
church at their November
meeting with Mrs. William
Pfost as hostess.
Mrs. Stiles Brown gave the
devotional with an introduc-
tion to the minor prophets of
the Bible and their role and
mission.'
Mrs. Sidney Brown will be
hostesss for the December
meeting, with a Christmas
party and gift exchange
following the business meet-
ing. Mrs. Ernest Hendricks
will give the devotional.
Mrs. Nell Mulligan of
Greenville, South Carolina
was a visitor.


presses Gratitude to Nation


iksgiving Observance
and Mrs. Lillie Belle Smith of Chapter Christmas member- Sr., on Monument Avenui
Blountstown. ship tea will be held at the Mrs. Ashley Costin is chai:
The annual St. Joseph Bay home of Mrs. C. G. Costin, man for the event.


DAR Ex


On Thai
"Thanksgiving is our na-
tional holiday to express
thanks and gratitude in re-
sponse to our blessings.
Thanks must always be
given, so there must be a
recipient. Our recipient is
Almighty God". stated Fa-
ther Jerry Huft. Rector of St.
James Eipscopal Church. in
his address to St. Joseph Bay
Chapter Daughters of the
American Revolution the day
before Thanksgiving.
"What unites us this year
as we celebrate Thanksgiv-
ing?" the speaker said.
Having told of the common
need of the pilgrims and
Indians to work together to
bring a good harvest and the
first Thanksgiving and the
common need for peace and
freedom from strife during
the Civil War at tue time
president Abraham Lincoln
proclaimed the national holi-
day in 1863, Father Huft cited
today's problems in the Mid-
dle East, South and Central
America, famine, racial ten-
sion, etc.
"The world today is divid-
ed into factions which have
nothing in common but need.
will we fail to thank God
for opportunities to reach out
to others-to share from our
abundance?" questioned
Father Huft.
A flag of the United States
of America was presented to
the speaker in appreciation.
Mrs. Paul Kunel, vice
regent, presided at the busi-
ness meeting.
Mrs. Stiles Brown, chair-
man DAR Schools, gave a
report on Kate Duncan Smith
in Grant, Alabama, and
Tamassee in North Carolina,
the two DAR schools.
Mrs. Tom Owens, veterans
chairman, reported the gen-
erous gifts and money given
by chapter members to the
Veterans Hospital in Gaines-
ville. She read a letter of
appreciation from the
administrator.
Mrs. Archie Gardner gave
the national defense report.
She discussed the national
budget and noted that in
comparison with other years
-,and thpe rate of inflation, the
percentage allowed for the
national defense is much
less.
The chapter voted to send a
letter of appreciation to the
president of the Garden Club
thanking the members for
the delicious luncheons and
lovely floral decorations at
each meeting held at the
Garden Center. The money
the Garden Club makes is
used for beautification pro-
jects.
In addition to Father Huft,
guests present at the meeting
,were Mrs. Huft, Mrs. Thelma
Morgan, Mrs. Gay Weeks


Mrs. George Suber, chairman, Flag of the United States of America, second from left,
presents a flag to Father Jerry Huft, speaker at the November meeting of the St. Joseph
Bay Chapter of DAR. Shown looking on are: from left, Mrs. Paul Kunel, Mrs. Paul Fensom,
second from right and Mrs. Margaret Hale.


Faith Christian School

Lists Honor Roll Students


ALL A's
First grade: Amy Goebert,
Joe Gander, Christi Todd,
Brigette Godfrey, Jeff Play-
er, Heather Fields, Jim
Gander, Heather Tyson, Jen-
nifer McNeill and Casey
Medley.
Grade two: Jennifer Bell,
Aaron Scott and Crissy Walk-
er.
Grade three: Joey Bless,
Eric Monteiro, Roman
Northcutt, Traci Peiffer and
Michael Schweikert.
Grade five: Shannon Cain
and Chris Parker.
Grade six: Christy Smith.
Grade seven: John Parker,
Jeff' Richards and Brad
Thursby.
A's and B's
Grade one: Kimberly
Franklin, Travis Larsen,
Kendra Shackelford, Jenni-
fer Bless, Regis Thompson,-
and Adam Whitfield.
Grade two: John Murphy
and Caprisha Phillips.


Grade three: Brant Bizek,
Angela Bodiford, Steven
Cooper, Chris Summers,
Johnathan Thursby and Scott
Woodman.
Grade four: Bert Cain and
Derek Coatney.
Grade five: Michael Ham-
mond, Ashley Murphy and
Tina Scott.
Grade seven: Tyler Ford
and Chris Varnum.
Grade eight: Danny Gay,
DeWanna Davidson and Kim
Francis.
Grade nine: Brian Peiffer.


Happy


Birthday

Buddy and
Warren
Love,
M.H. and
V.L.


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Happy 54th Anniversary
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t

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


A big congratulations to
the ,Shark varsity football
team. They defeated Perry
Friday night to capture the
regional AA championship.
The Sharks will play Pace
Friday night here in Port St.
Joe at 8 p.m. in hopes of
winning the sectional AA
title. All tickets will be $3.00.
Good luck, Sharks!
For the past week, 13 girls
have been hard at work
practicing for the annual
Junior Miss Pageant. The
pageant will 'be held on
Saturday, December 1 at 7:30
p.m. in the High School
Commons Area. Tickets will
be sold at the door for $2.00
for students and $3.00 for
adults.
The following are the re-
sults of a recent senior class
vote: Most Likely to'Succeed,
Jim Norton and Paula Ward;
Most Athletic, Chris Butts
and Denna Russ; Most Stu-
dious, Mitch Bouington and
Angel Barbee; Best Dressed,
Durey Cadwell and Julie

Gulf Cour

SLunch
The menu for the week of
December 3-7 for all Gulf
County schools has been
announced.
Monday, December 3
Corn dogs, fruit cup, fren-
ch fries, brownies, milk.
Tuesday, December 4
Country fried steak, turnip
greens, mashed potatoes
with gravy, cornbread, milk.
Wednesday, December 5
Chili con care with beans,
cabbage slaw, baked sliced
apples, crackers, cookies,
milk.

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First Baptist Church
Port SL Jle, Florida
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
9:45 ........ Bible Study (all ages)
11:00 ..... Worship (Live WJBU-AM)
6:00 ............ Church Training
7:00 ................... W orship

HOWARD BROWNING
Pastor


Annette Minger
Allen; Senior Favorites, Kyle
Pippin and Karen Barnes;.
Mr. and Miss St. Joe High,
Phil McCroan and Karen
Barnes; and Most Spirited,
Sidney Harris and Paula
Ward.
The Art Club is open to any
student in grades 7-12 who is
interested in art. The main

rty School

Menus
Thursday, December 6
Chicken, pear half, green
beans, rice with gravy, rolls,
milk.
Friday, December 7
Battered dipped fish, but-
tered corn, sliced bread,
peach pie, milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.


purpose of the club is to
promote art in the school and
the community. The sponsor
of the Art Club is Mr. Gregg
Burch.

District

VFW Meet

In Bristol
The Veterans of Foreign
Wars and the Ladies' Auxil-
liary for District 17 held their
district meeting Sunday,
November 18, at the high
school in Bristol.
The joint meeting began at
11:00 a.m., with the guest
speaker being Junior Vice
Commander for the State of
Florida, George Kelley. Fol-
lowing a delicious lunch
served by Post No. 7672 of
Bristol, separate business
meetings for veterans anid.
the auxilliaries were held.
Attending the meeting
from the John C. Gainous
Post 10069 of Port St. Joe
were Past Commander Tom
Atkins and Auxilliary Presi-
dent, Gloria McMullon. '

Speakers for
Men's Prayer
Devotional
Speakers for the Men's
Tuesday Prayer Group whi-
ch meets every Tuesday at
9:.30 a.m., at the fire station,
have been announced.
Speakers for the upcoming
month of December are:
Dec.4, Jesse Stone; Dec. 11,
Rev. Steve Stutts; Dec. 18,
Andrew Martin. The group
will not meet on Christmas
morning, Dec. 25th.


MORNING.STAR


In Concert


Special services will be
provided at the Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church this
Sunday evening, December
2, at 6:15 p.m. Appearing in a
youth service will be the
multi-talented group, "Morn-
ing Star" of Panama City.
Morning Star is one of the


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finest young contemporary
gospel groups in the South-
east, and they hail from our
western neighbor, Pananma
City. Not only are they great
musicians and singers, but a
very dedicated group of
young people witnessing and
testifying. They have travel-
led extensively throughout
the country, performing at
churches, concerts, youth
rallies, associational rallies,
state conventions, junior col-
leges and universities. Thy
have performed in concert on
TV, radio and with other
established stars in the gos-
pel music field. They have
recorded four albums, writ-
ten several songs, and are in
great demand throughout the
Southeast.
You won't want to miss this
exciting group of young
people appearing at the Oak
Grove Assembly of God
Church.


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Justin Is Two
Justin Paul Blackmon cele-
brated his second birthday on
Nov. 3, at the home of his
parents, Billy and Susan
Blackmon of Midway.
Over 40 friends and rela-
tives helped Justin celebrate
with a fish fry and their
favorite covered dish.
The children enjoyed
games, prizes, candied ap-
ples. punch and a clown cake.
Justin is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow
Blackmon of Wewahitchka
and Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Trammell. Rt. 1, Westville.


Receives Black Belt


Mickey Lewter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lewter of Port St. Joe, became the first stu-
dent of taekwondo to receive his black belt in the St. Joe school of Lee's Taekwondo. He
tested recently for his black belt, performing a forms demonstration, sparring and board
breaking exhibiting the skills learned in this Kotean form of self defense. At an awards
ceremony Monday evening of this week, Mickey was awarded the black belt in recognition
of achievement in passing his testing.
Shown with Mickey are Hank Manley, left, and Bill Gilmore, both black belt instructors
and judges in the American Taekwondo Association.


-Star photo

Honor Students Are Named

At Port St. Joe High School


Principal Edwin G. Wil-
liams recently released the
honor roll students for the
second six weeks at the Port
St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School.
7th Grade
A & B Honor Roll
James A. Anderson, Mark
B. Godwin, Timothy Kefi-
gan and Andrew B. Lewald.
8th Grade
All A Honor Roll
Wendy L. Groos.
8th Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Stacy L. Barnhill, Karl C.
Bowen, Lance M. Campbell,
Timothy G. Davis, Joseph
Evans, Casi N. Gandy, Ka-
tonya F. Gardner, J. Lee
Johnson; Mitchell K. Mc-
Christian, George E. New-


some, Michael Ramsey, Cy-
rus L. Riley Jr.,. Hannon C.
Smith, Pauline .M. Taylor,
Kristin Lee Totman and
Robert J. VanPietersom.
9th Grade
All A Honor Roll
Melissa D. Holloman.
9th Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Chris 0. Brockman, Susie
Chambers, Shannon M.
Frickey, Guy Brad Hall,
Michelle S. Hicks, Lisa R.
Mahlkov, Doris K. Sander
and Linda Diane Segers.
10th Grade
All A Honor Roll
David Staab.
10th Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Twila Burns, Kimberly'En-


finger, Teresa Jones, Grego-
ry L. ,Parker, Howard L.
Richards, Nancy E. Stouta-
mire, Laura L. Van Pieter-
som and Carl L. White, Jr.
11th Grade
A & B Honor Rollf"
Lisa Dawn Grace, William
Kevin Griffin, Thomas A.
Kemp and Teresa L.: Prit-
chett.
12th Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Angela D. Barbee, Karen
L. Barnes, Kenneth Crowe,
Fred Gray, Hope Lane, An-
gela Lewis, Timothy McFar-
land, William Kyle Pippin,
Travis Br.d Pridgeon, Letha
D. Rice and Paula L. Ward.


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MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00A.M.
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leading ground gainer down.


Overstreet VFD Meeting


The Overstreet Volunteer
Fire Department will have
their December monthly
meeting one week earlier
than usual. Members are re-


minded to come to the fire
station Tuesday, December 3
and bring your fried chicken
and side dish. Starting time
as been set at 7 p.m. EST.


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Win First Round of

Championship Play-offs


When two of the state's
finest Class AA teams cross
paths, you get the kind of
hard hitting, tense, and close
ballgame the Sharks had
Friday night.
St. Joe scored first, early
in the second period, to take
the lead and keep it. When
the dust settled the Sharks
advanced to the next round
of the state playoffs with a
25-16 victory over the Taylor
County Bulldogs.
The Shark's offense out-
gained the Taylor County of-
fense, 327 yards to 274 yards,
with 110 of the Shark's total
coming from running back
Michael Pittman.
But, once again the
balanced attack of offense
and defense was the key to
victory. The defense forced
three turnovers during the
game; one of which was
turned into a touchdown,
another a field goal and the
third put the stop on a
Bulldog drive late in the
fourth period.
The Sharks played the en-
tire first quarter on the
Bulldogs' end of the field. On
St. Joe's first possession
they took the ball all the way
down to the Taylor County
two yard line before having
to turn the ball over, after an
incomplete pass on fourth
and goal.
But, during that period the
Sharks' defense allowed
Perry's offense only eight of-
fensive plays, two of which
were punts.
Early in the second period
theBulldogs dropped a Chris
Butts' punt and St. Joe re-
covered to give the Sharks a
first and 10 from the Perry 12
yard line. On the first play
from scrimmage Stan
Peters pulled in a 13 yard
touchdown pass from quar-
terback Chris Butts to put
the Sharks on top. Peters
then kicked the extra point to.
give St. Joe a 7-0 lead with
10:30 left in the half.
Late in the first half Perry
demonstrated a little offense
of their own as they drove
from their own 17 yard line
to the St. Joe 18, but had to


again as he scored from two
yards out to get the Bulldogs
back within striking dis-
tance, reducing the Sharks'
lead to 22-16.
Josh Jenkins' foot put the
final points of the game on
the board with 8:50 left in the
fourth quarter as he hit a
31-yard field goal to put the
game away for St. Joe, 25-16.
Perry's last attempt at a
comeback was foiled late in
the fourth quarter as Arthur
North tipped a Jerry Brown
pass and Michael Pittman
pulled in the interception to
kill the Bulldog's drive.
Defensive standouts for
the Sharks were Doug Rob-


settle for a 33-yard field goal
as the Shark defense rose to
the occasion and stopped the
Bulldogs short of the touch-
down.
No one knows what head
coach Shaw Maddox said at
half time, but he needs to
remember it; the Sharks
came out smoking following
half time. The Sharks receiv-
ed the opening kick-off with.
Peters returning the ball to
the Shark 40 yard line.
Michael Pittman then
scrambled 30 yards to the
Perry 30, and then Josh
Jenkins ran for 30 more
yards for the score. The
point after was good and St.
Joe extended their lead to
14-3, with only 52 seconds,
gone in the third period.
After the Bulldogs receiv-
ed the kick-off they display-
ed .how they could score in
two plays also. Picking up 15
yards on a running play,
then 50 yards and the score
on a long pass from quarter-
back Jerry Brown to Tony
Williams. The two point con--
version failed as the Sharks
held onto a 14-9 lead.
The Sharks came right
back and scored again on
their next possession as Stan
Peters capped a 50-yard
scoring drive with a four-
yard touchdown run.
Michael Pittman ran for the
two point conversion to put,
the Sharks further in front
22-9.
With time running out in
the third quarter Tony Wil-
liams made his presence felt


Man Shot
The Gulf County Sheriff's
Department received a
report early Wednesday
afternoon of a man being
shot in a hunting accident on
the Sauls Creek Road near
Howard Creek.
Charles R. Gibson, 33, of
Panama City was shot in the
left hip by a .243 hunting ri-
fle, and was transported to a
Bay County hospital for,
treatment by the Gulf Coun-
ty Ambulance Service.
No other details were
available at press time.


three to Go


Several Taylor County Bulldogs have St. Joe's Michael
Pittman, the ball carrier, down. A referee is right on top of
the action.


Eye

Openers '
By: Dr.
Wesley Grace


MIDDLE DISTANCES
At about the age of 50, the
near correction required for
reading, sewing or working
with numbers allows you to
see clearly at distances of
approximately 6 to 20 inches
from your eyes. The distance
correction in the upper part
of your bifocal permits you
to see clearly objects that
are approximately three fe.t
or more away from you..Bet-
ween 21 and 34 inches frna
your eyes, is an area we cqll
the middle or intermediate
distance. Beyond this region,
is the area which falls into
far distance for your eye4.
Bifocals have provided an
easy way to bring patients
clear vision in two areas.
Visual clarity and com-
fort, however, can be obtain-
ed fbr all three distances,
near, middle and far.
Trifocals use lenses with
-three segments: one for dis-
tant objects, one for near ob-
jects and a center segment
for that elusive middle
distance.
Progressive lenses-are
multifocal, with an "invisi-
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middle distances.
If your occupation or hob-#
by requires clear middle
distance vision, discuss
these multifocal options with
your optometrist.
Brought to You As A
Community Service By

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


won their last three games.
The Patriots, utilizing their size, use
a wishbone offense and play power
football. The Sharks, on the other hand,
utilize their speed and skills to earn their
wins through expertise and performance.
The Sharks' swarming defense has
worked to their advantage, so far, over
the larger teams "but we're a long way
from being invincible", according to
head coach, Shaw Maddox.,
Game time Friday night in Shark
stadium will be at 8:00 p.m. There will be
no reserved seats sold. All tickets will be
$3.00 each.


inson with 11 tackles, one
assist; Michael Quinn with
six tackles, two assists; Stan
Peters with six tackles,
three assists; Sidney Harris
with five tackles, two
assists; and Dwight Cearley, '
with five tackles.


Port St. Joe 0 7 15 3-25
Perry 0 3 13 0-16
YARDSTICK
Perry PSJ
Istdowns 10 11
Passes 14--10 16-7-1
Pass. Yards 120 134
1TD 1TD
Rush 27-154 36-193
Total Yds. 274 327
Punts 4-37.6 3-34 '
Fumbles 4-2 3 0-0 ,
Penalties 8-86 4-30


Public Notices


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


;OURT, FOUR-
RCUIT OF THE
IN AND FOR
Case No. 84-55


IN RE: Estate of
JEAN ELIZABETH ATCHISON, Deceas-
ed.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED the ad-
ministration of the Estate of JEAN
ELIZABETH ATCHISON, deceased,
Case No. 84-55, is pending In the Circuit
Court for Gulf County, Florida, Probate
Division, and the address of which is
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456. The Personal Represen-
tatives of the Estate are EARL
THOMAS ATCHISON, whose address is
P. 0O. Box 7111, Federal Way, WA 98003
and MARJORIE AUSTIN, whose ad-
dress is 1885 Shore Drive So., St.
Petersburg, FL 33707. The name and
address of the Personal Represen-
tatives' attorney is as follows:
ROBERT M. MOORE
321 Reid Avenue
P. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
All persons -having claims or
demands against the Estate are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to file
with the Clerk of the above Court awrit-
ten statement of .any claim or demand
they may have. Each claim must be in
writing and must indicate the basis of
the claim, the name and address of the
Claimant or his Agent or Attorney and
the amount claimed. If the claim is not
yet due, the date when It will become
due shall be stated. If the claim is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the nature of
the uncertainty shall be stated. If the
claim is secured, the security shall be
described. The Claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies to the Clerk to enable
the Clerk to mail a copy to each Per-
sonal Representative.
All persons Interested in' the Estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
FROM THE -DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. to file
any objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the Decedent's
Will. the qualifications of the Personal
Representatives or the venue or
jurisdiction of this Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
DATE of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration is Thursday.
22nd November. 1984.
is/ EARL THOMAS ATCHISON.
Personal Representative of the
Estate of
JEAN ELIZABETH ATCHISON. deceas-
ed
1s/ MARJORIE AUSTIN,
Personal Representative of the
Estate of
JEAN ELIZABETH ATCHISON. Deceas-
ed.
/s/ ROBERT M. MOORE,
Attorney for Personal Representatives
P. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(904) 229-8181
2t 11/22
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Commissioners at its
regular meeting on November 27, 1984.


considered the advisability of adopting
an ordinance with the following title:
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING
VEHICULAR TRAFFIC ALONG
CERTAIN PUBLIC BEACHES OF
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA; PRO-
VIDING FOR LIMITED ACCESS;.
PROVIDING FOR A PERMIT AND
REQUIREMENTS TO OBTAIN THE
SAME; PROVIDING FOR A PERMIT
FEE; PROVIDING A SPEED LIMIT;
PROVIDING FOR RULES FOR
OPERATION OF VEHICLES ON
THE BEACHES; PROVIDING FOR
A PENALTY FOR VIOLATION;
PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY
CLAUSE; PROVIDING AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.
The board determined at said meet-
ing to table the matter until another
public hearing could be held at ,its
regular meeting on December 11, 1984
at 9:00 a.m., E.S.T. In the County Com-
missioners' Room in the Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida.
A copy of this Ordinance Is on file in
the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Everett Owens, Jr., Chairman
Attest: /s/ Jerry Gates, Clerk
2t111/29


NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Commissioners at its
regular meeting on November 27, 1984,
considered the advisability of adopting
an ordinance with the following title:
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING
FOR PAID AMBULANCE SERVICE
IN CERTAIN AREAS OF GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
FOR CHARGES FOR THE USE OF
SAID SERVICE; PROVIDING FOR
THE USE OF THE PROCEEDS;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The board determined at said meet-
ing to table the matter until another
public hearing could be held at its
regular meeting on December 11, 1984
at 9:00 a.m., E.S.T. In the County Com-
missioners' Room in the Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida.
A copy of this Ordinance is on file in
the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
of Gulf.County, Florida.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: 1s/ Everett Owens, Jr., Chairman
Attest: Is/ Jerry Gates, Clerk
2t 11/29


Stanley' Peters (33) is
shown tackling a Perry
player in Friday night's ac-
tion in the'first round of the
state championship
playoffs. -Star photos



SAY YOU SAW IT
IN THE STAR!


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MOST KIDS ARE
STILL PRETTY NICE


For the second week in a row, the
Port St. Joe Sharks will find themselves
in a David and Goliath situation. The
Sharks will meet another bigger, stron-
ger and physical team when they host
the Pace Patriots in the Sectional game
of the play-off sudden death champion
play-offs. ,
Pace, like Taylor County, is consid-
erably larger in size than the Sharks and
has an impressive record. The Patriots
have an 8-3 record this season, including
a win over Graceville last Friday night in
the Regional game. The, Patriots have
not lost to a 2-A school this year and have


Sharks Take On Second Big Team

In Two Weeks Here Friday at 8:00


NEW BETHEL

African Methodist Episcopal Church

146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. Theodore Andrews, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... :. 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................... 6:00 P.M.

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


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1984 PAGE SEVEN


Architect's Drawing of New
Chapel for The Church of


Church Construction


Latter Day Saints


Construction will begin
December 1 on a new chapel
for the local branch of The
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints, it was
announced this week by
President Robert Urquhart,
leader of 177 church mem-
bers in the area.
The new chapel will be
located in Mexico Beach on
Hwy. 386-A, one mile from
Hwy. 98.
"We've needed a new
meeting house for a long
time," President Urquhart
said. "Until now we've met in
a modular building in Mexico
Beach, but we've outgrown
it."
The new house of worship


Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints


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PUBLICC HEARING-
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The County of Gulf is considering applying
to the Florida Department of Commerce for a
Small Cities Community Develop'ment Block
Grant of up to $675,000. These funds must be
used for one of the following purposes:
1. to benefit low and moderate income per-
sons; or
2. to aid in the prevention or elimination of
slums or blight; or
3. to meet other community development
needs having a, particular urgency be-
cause existing conditions pose a serious
and immediate threat to the health or wel-
fare of the community where other finan-.
cial resources are not available to meet
such needs. The applicant and the Florida
Department of Commerce must certify
and the U. S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development must concur that
such conditions exist.
The activities for which these funds may
be used are in the areas of housing, public
facilities, and economic development. More
specific details regarding eligible activities,
program requirements, and the rating system
will be provided at a public hearing which
will be held at the County Commission
Meeting Room, Gulf County Courthouse, on
December 6, 1984, at 7:30 P.M., E.S.T.
The purpose of this hearing will be to ob-
tain citizen input into the development of the
application and to review progress on the
previous CDBG grant (if applicable).


will include a chapel, recrea-
tional facility, kitchen, 13
classrooms, and offices for
various administrative per-
sonnel. Church leaders are
all volunteers who have pro-


Will Build At Mexic


fessions other than clerical
and are not paid to perform'
their church services, Presi-
dent Urquhart said.
The new church building is


io Beach
expected to be completed by
the end of July, 1985, at which
time members will move
their weekly Sunday services
ihto their new facilities.


Security Rep. In Town Twice Month


Most Social Security busi-
ness can be handled over the
phone. You are invited to call
the Social Security Office in
Panama City at 769-4871. If
this is not possible, you may
come to the Office located at
30 West Government Street.
Faster service is available
in the Panama City Office
which is open Monday thru
Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 4:30
P.M., except on National
holidays. If you cannot come
to Panama City, you may
meet the Social Security
representative as shown be-


Port St. Joe, Courthouse,


1st and 3rd Monday, 10:30
AM to 12:00 Noon (EST)


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Left to right: David M. Rich, Sr. with engine builder.
his son, David C. Rich and J. 0. Stone,


Champion

Little David Rich Takes State


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The 1984. World Karting,
Association Florida State
Champion for the rookie
class was captured by David
Rich, age 12, of Wewahitch-
ka. This is David's first
W.K.A. state championship
but he adds to it an already
lengthy list of accomplish-
ments. Some of his previous
winnings include Rookie
Class Champion of the 1984
North Fla. Championship,
Rookie Class Champion at
the Marianna Diet Classic,
overall club points champion
in the Rookie class at Chipola
River Speedway, and numer-
ous wins at local races. He
also won first place in Elba,
Alabama at their state race.
David and his father heard
about kart racing at Chipola
River Speedway, so they de-
cided to go watch. Well,
shortly after that, David Sr.
bought David Jr. his first
kart. After purchasing the
kart Dad, David and family
went back to Chipola to try
out their new equipment.
From then on, that is where
.the family spent almost
every Saturday. That was
three years ago.
Presently David competes
in a Morgay kart with a'
Briggs & Stratton engine. His
father is the pit crew and J.
0. Stone is the engine build-
er.
. David has a big, friendly
smile and he has a lot of
friends at the race tracks.


Division


Just like everyone else in the
sport,. David has special
people to thank. David stat-
ed, "I want to thank my Dad
and family for being so help-
ful and supportive. and a
special thanks to J. 0. Stone
for his engine building and
his karting experience which
has been most helpful to
me."
Congratulations are ex-
tended to David and there is
a feeling that his name has
only just begun to be heard in
the winner's circle. We wish
David many safe and suc-
cessful seasons of racing.


Public
Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLQRIDA, 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 on 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
fail to do 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 13th day
of November, 1984.
JERRY GATES, Clerk Circuit Court
Is/ Tonya Knox. Deputy Clerk
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The Board of County Commission

is hereby notifying the public that

Friday, December 14th will be the

last day to apply for water hookups

on the beach, at the pre-construc-


price of $75.00. After


tion


cost


December 14, hook-ups will


considerably more. Application

can be made at the Office of the

Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf

County Courthouse, Port St. Joe,

Florida.



EVERETT OWENS, JR. CHAIRMAN
2t 11/29


My family and I thank you for

the vote I received on

November 6. I will strive to

maintain the level of confi-

dence you have placed in

me. It is an honor to be your

Clerk. Thank you.

Happy Holidays!


Jerry T. Gates
CLERK


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STHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. NOV. 29, 1984


Was A Picture-Taking


Week End


In Port St. Joe with the Parade and


Football Activities Providing Interest


Christmas
Parade
Saturday
One of the weekend's big
events was the annual Christ-
mas parade. The parade heralds
the beginning of the Christmas
shopping season here in Port St.
Joe and also brings to town that
annual favorite to all, Santa
Claus. Santa stayed in town all
day Saturday giving all the
children ample time to whisper
their wants into his ear.


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City Decorated for Holidays
City crews have been busy for several weeks getting Christmas
decorations up to brighten the city's streets for the upcoming
holidays. All the decorations were in place before the Christmas
parade held this past Saturday, but have not been lighted yet. Plan to
take your family downtown this Saturday evening, December 1, to
witness the colorful decorations as they are lighted for the first time
to create a festive air for the holidays. Each year many of the same
decorations are used, but new ones are added every year. A 20-foot
tall Santa is one of the new decorations, located on Fifth Street in
front of City Hall.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. NOV. 29, 1984 PAGE NINE


* Minutes County


The Board of County Com-
mission of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, met October 23, 1984 in
regular session, with the
following members present:
Chairman Everett Owens,
Jr., Douglas C. Birmingham,
Jimmy Gortman, Billy
Branch, and Eldridge Mon-
ey. Others present were:
Attorney William J. Rish,
Deputy Clerk Maurell Cum-
bie, Civil Defense Director
Larry Wells, Building In-
spector DeWayne Manuel,
and Port St. Joe Ambulance
Director Andy Millergren.
The meeting came to order
at 7:00 p.m.
Civil Defense Director Lar-
ry Wells opened the meeting
with prayer and' led the
pledge of allegiance to the
flag.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Birmingham, second
by Commissioner Gortman,
and unanimous vote, the
Board approved the minutes
of October 9, 1984.
Curtis Hardy, Fire Chief,
White City Fire Department,
requested the Board provide
his department with masks
(air masks to filter out
chemicals, etc.) or any
equipment to help the fire
department personnel
breathe while firefighting, as
was recently needed at the
fire at Raffield's Fisheries.
The Chairman recommended
the fire department obtain
masks thatresist heat. After
further discussion, Commis-
sioner Birmingham stated he
would like the White City
Fire Department to study the
types of masks available and
make a recommendation to
the Board. The Chairman
then asked Fire Chief Hardy
meet with Civil Defense
Director Wells, who had
recently attended a training
course which included infor-
mation on air masks, to
research this matter and
make a recommendation to
the Board as to what type
masks are needed.
Wallace Tillery; of High-
land View, then asked the
Board who was in charge of
the fire hydrants in. Highland
View, reporting he had gone
to. five fire hydrants this
morning and could not get
water. The Chairman stated
the Highland View Water
District, which is appointed
by the Governor, governs the
water system in Highland
View.
The Chairman then report-
ed Joe Anderson, District
Forester, Division of Forest-
ry, Panama City, had called
inf6rming._him ,,m .ft Eitruck
was available for ihe. Whife-
1 City Fire Department, as
follows: Fire Truck, 13,000.
gallon pumper, $12,850.51.
; Commissioner Birming-
ham then moved the Board
purchase this truck for the
White City Fire Department.
Commissioner Branch se-
conded the motion and it


passed unanimously.
Commissioner Branch re-
quested the Board write the
Division of Forestry to check
to be sure a fire truck for the
Overstreet Volunteer Fire
Department is still on their
waiting list.
Curtis Hardy, Fire Chief,
White City Fire Department,
reported Joe St. Clair in-
. formed him he might be able
to obtain an extra water tank
for the White City Fire
Department and asked for
the Board's approval to
accept and have it moved if
they were able to obtain it.
The Board agreed.
Charles Cleckley and Mike
Lister, of Wewahitchka, re-
quested the Board be put on
one-year notice to consider
acceptance of streets in the
Stonemill Creek area under
the conditions of the county
ordinance providing for ac-
ceptance of streets, etc., over
or through land not part of a
recorded subdivision. After
discussion, Commissioner
Branch moved the Board
accept these streets in one
year provided the conditions
of Gulf County Ordinance
83-6, which provides for
acceptance of streets, dit-
ches, and other thorough-
fares not part of a recorded
subdivision, were met. Com-
missioner Birmingham se-
conded the motion for discus-
sion. Commissioner Birming-
ham then discussed the con-
ditions of Ordinance 83-6.
Commissioner Birmingham
asked if the Road Superinten-
dent has inspected these
roads. Commissioner Gort-
man stated he would instruct
the Road Superintendent to
inspect these roads and noti-.
fy the landowners of portions
that need' to be completed
before the Road Superinten-
dent makes a recommenda-
tion to the Board concerning
final acceptance. Commis-
sioner Birmingham stated
the Stonemill Creek Bridge is
not complete, the county does
not own the bridge, and he
then withdrew his second to
the motion. Mr. Cleckley
stated the county right-of-
way runs to the center of the
creek and the landowners
would dqed the county the
remaining portion. Commis-
sioner Gortman seconded the
motion. Mr. Cleckley pre-
sented a copy of the county
easement for Stonemill
Creek Bridge (running to the
center of the creek) and the
copy of Board of County
Commission minutes of 1973
stating the Board accepted
the easement, for the Attor-
ney's rde.w-. Mr-. Cleckley
and Mr. Lister then present-
ed the Board a copy of a deed
to the Board of County
Commissioners from David
L. Taunton and Abigail J.
Taunton, Charles R. Cleckley
and Betty R. Cleckley, and
Mike Lister and Judy M.
Lister, dated October 9, 1984,
for streets in the Stonemill


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Creek area (copy on file in
Board of County Commission
records), withth e landowner
holding the original deed
until the Board's final ac-
ceptance of these streets.
Commissioner Birmingham
then asked for the Attorney's
advice concerning the coun-
ty's acceptance of the bridge.
The Attorney advised the
Board needs to either claim
the bridge and maintain it or
disclaim it. Upon vote, the
motion passed with Commis-
sioners Branch, Gortman,
Money, and the Chairman
voting yes, and Commission-
er Birmingham voting no.
Bill Schlickman, member,
Veterans of Foreign Wars,
read a letter to the Board
concerning the Veterans Ser-
vice Officer. Mr. Schlickman
then thanked committee
members Billy Branch and
DeWayne Manuel and public-
ly apologized to. Mr. Sealey
and his family, stating he felt
he had been used in this
matter.
Willard Richards, Fire
Chief, Highland View Fire
Department, asked why the
Board didn't approve his
department's request at the
last Board meeting for trans-
fer of beepers the St. Joe
.Ambulance Department had
Removed from their invento-
ry. The Board replied since
the beepers had been re-
moved from the Ambulance
Department's inventory,
they were probably not usa-
ble, but they needed to check
with e Ambulance Direc-
tor. The Ambulance Director
reported some of the beepers
may be usable after a long
charge, and Commissioner
Branch moved the Board
approve this inventory trans-
fer. Commissioner Birming-
ham seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
Tom Knox, manager, St.
Joe Natural Gas Company,
discussed the Beaches Water
System Contractor, I-C Con-
tractors, cutting service lines
while digging up streets to
install water lines. Mr. Knox
suggested the Board have the
Contractor jet pipes under
the streets to remedy this
and keep the county from
having to repair these roads.
After discussion by the
Board, the Attorney, and the
Building Inspector, Building
Inspector Manuel reported
according to the county utili-
ty permit resolution, the
'Board allowed no jetting of
utility lines under roads. The
Chairman then instructed
Mr.Manuel to meet with the
Beaches Water System Con-
tractor, .C Contractors, con-
cerning the cutting of utility
lines while installing water
lines.
Chairman Owens instruct-
ed Building Inspector Mah-
uel to hold a meeting with all
utility companies within the
county to review the county's
present utility permit and
submit their suggestions for
updating and revision.
Mosquito Control Director
Graves submitted three price
quotes for dragline repair
and recommended the Board
approve the repair work be
performed by Georgia Crane
Company on an emergency
basis. Upon motion by Com-
missioner Branch, second by
Commissioner Gortman, and
unanimous vote, the Board
approved paying Georgia
Crane Company, as the com-
pany submitting the lowest
price quote, to perform re-
pair work on the Mosquito
Control dragline on an emer-
gency basis.
Pursuant to public adver-
tisement of a job notice that
the Board would receive
applications for one laborer-
permanent position at the
Gulf County Mosquito Con-
trol Department, Mosquito
Control Director Graves re-
commended the Board hire
Zebede Addison and Odis
Jackson Dunlap. Commis-
sioner Branch moved the
Board approved Mr. Graves'
recommendation. Commis-
sioner Money seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously. The Board agreed
for these two employees to
begin work on October 29,
1984." At' Commissioner
Branch's request, the Board
agreed to write all applicants
that the Board would be
holding these applications
and use them again when
considering hiring two more
Mosquito Control Employees
in the next few months..
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Branch, second by
Commissioner Money, and
unanimous vote, the Board
executed the surety bond of
newly elected County Com-
missioner Armond B. Tray-


lor.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Birmingham, second
by Commissioner Gortman,
and unanimous vote, the
Board approved the Chair-
man signing a Community
Services Trust Fund Grant
application for'the Gulf Coun-
ty Association of Retarded
Citizens and authorized Clerk
Jerry Gates and Association
of Retarded Citizens Director
Sharon Lipford to sign fiscal
reports to be made on grant
funds received.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Money, second by
Commissioner Branch, and


Gerald Lewter principal of
Port St. Joe Elementary
School recently released the
honor roll students for the
second six weeks.
First Grade
All A Honor Roll
Latonya Bailey, Travis
Cannington, Eulalia Cruz,
Erin Dupree, Melissa Gable,
Kelley Graham, Mark Hatch-
er, Kristi Lawrence, Sara
Roche, Brandy White, Alyson
Williams and Lawrence Mar-
tin.
First Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Dristie Ash, Erica Beard,
April Bryant, Kimberly Bur-
kett, Satoya Byrd, Nancy
Cantley, Eulogio Cruz, Shon-
tel Fedd, Chad Gregory,
Jennifer Hayes, DeAnna
Horton, D.C. Jones, Angel
King, Kristie Kirkland,
Cameron Likely, Chris Max-
well, Jaime McMullon, Hea-
ther Raffield, Scooter Sadler,
Lance WhiteEagle, and Ryan
Yeager.
Second Grade
All A Honor Roll
Harlotte Bolden, Damien
Byrd, Davida Byrd, Kristi
Capps,' Shawana Carter,
Brian Cathey, Teresa Even-
sen, Angie Griffin, Tawanda
Jenkins, Alice Kennington,
Clay Magidson, Michael
Mock, Missy Nobles, Jona-
than Pierce, Katie Richard-
son and Casey Witten.
Second Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Kenya Baker, Latresha
Bell, Dyshanda Boykins,
Chris Buchanan, Dave Da-
vis, Michael Garrett, Jimmy
Gathers, Doug Gilbert,
Shaunna Griffin, Aisha Har-
ris, Steven Hatcher, Delana
Linton, Minnie Lynn, Decole
McCloud, Chris Mock, Shelly
Neel, Eva Quinn, Brandy
Sharpe, Trevor Tatro, Laura
Weber, Jessica White, Neil
WhiteEagle, and Fred Willis.
Third Grade
All A Honor Roll
Steven Ailes, Melissa An-
derson, Shannannan Antley, Kel-
ly Burkett, Kimberly Cooper,
Clay Cox, Bryan Butts, D.J.
Dunn, Racheal Dykes, Melis-
sa Hagan, Beth Harbour,
Timothy Hatcher, Christie
McCulley, Shalonda McNeal,
Joey Newberry, Jamie Par-
rish, Pausha Pendarvis,
Adam Taylor, Nichole Wilder
and Kelli Yeager.-
Third Grade"
A & B Honor Roll
Christy Chancey, Sonny
Dunigan, Corey Dupree,
Sherry Fennell, Shannon
Griffin, Kara Hogue, Marcy
Huft, Greg Julius, Rusty
Minger, Danielle Moore,


unanimous vote, the Board
approved Franklin County's
request for loan of three
garbage trailers to be used at
the Apalachicola Seafood
Festival on November 3,
providing the trailers are in
repair and available for use.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Money, second by
Commissioner Branch, and
unanimous vote, the Board
agreed to pay the following
(Continued on Page 12)


Chris Nixon, Erin Oliver,
Eric Ramsey, Tina Sewell.
Andy Smith, Todd Stokes and
Melinda Whitfield.
Fourth Grade
All A Honor Roll
Bradley Buzzett. Heather
Johnson, Jodi Mapes. Chuck
Watson and Tim Whitfield.


Fourth Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Vincent Addison, Bill
Brown, David Clark, Kiki
Fields, Crystal Kennington,
April Little, Nancy Munroe,
Arion Nickson, Leah Ray,
Vince Taylor, Etashia Tho-
mas, Travis Williams and
Analisa Wood.
Fifth Grade
All A Honor Roll
Patricia Nedley.


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Fifth Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Tenesa Adams, Eric Bar-
nett, Pam Bowen, Scott
Boykins, Teleshia Daniels,
Mari-Pat Donohoe, Rachel
Higdon,. Jason Lee, Brian
Lemieux, Kristy Melvin and
Kellie Moree.


Sixth Grade
All A Honor Roll
Paula Pendarvis, Gwen
WhiteEagle.
Sixth Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Brenda Burns, Roy Camp-
bell, Patrick Freeman, Erich
Hohman, Ron Kegley,
Rachael McCulley, Vivian
Miller, Bobby Nobles, Mat-
thew Taylor and Wendy
Weston.


Highland View

Elementary School


Howard Blick, principal of
Highland View Elementary
School recently announced
the honor roll for the second
six weeks.
First Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Sharon Gainous, Steven
Miller, Jack Spencer and
Wendy Woodman.
Second Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Stephanie Gaddis, Wes
Ramsey, Jackie Terry, Nikki
Conrad, Jodie Hopper, Fran-
ci Garrett, Chrystina Mar-
quardt, Colby Hyche, Reba
Lindsey,' Amber Conley and
Bryan Earley.
Third Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Dana Maige, Jennifer
Clark, Matt Hanna, Shelley
Fettinger and Faye Gilbert.
Fourth Grade
All A Honor Roll
Allison Lowrey.
Fourth Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Brandy Conrad, Dana Ear-
ley, Tina Littleton, Maria
Miller, Kimberly Thomas.
......... FifthlGrade ..
All A Honor Roll
Andy Rutter, Randy Ram-
sey, and Dana Swatts.


Fifth Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Dawn Fontaine, Matthew
Richter, Angel Barr, Kim
Ludmun, Shannon Smith,
Jeanet Hale and April Cald-
well.
Sixth Grade
All A Honor Roll
Angela St. Clair, Wade
Phillips, David Parker, Ja-
mie Kosier and Peter Klope.
Sixth Grade
A & B Honor Roll
Tammy Wilson, Carol
Sims, Chris Ramsey, Becky
Keith, Sherrin Hill and Don-
na Durham.


CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Mr.
Willie Tampa wishes to thank
each of you for your prayers,
cards, flowers and your
many acts of kindness shown
them during the illness and
passing of our'l1ved one, This
shows that you loved and
cared.
May God richly bless each
of you.
The family of,
Willie Tampa


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 29. 1984


Football Had Its Share of Activities


Sharks come on the field in Perry
Sharks won the game, 25-16.


charged up and rearing to go. The


The scoreboard told the glad tale for the Sharks as the last
second ticked off last Friday night.


Congressman

Don Fuqua

Reports


Members of the community and businesses have stood behind the Sharks this past week as they
began their first round of play-offs in the Class AA state championship. In the photograph above, Ted
Cannon, president of Florida National Bank at Port St.. Joe presents Greg Gathers with a lucky
_ .brseshoelas-1hea entire Shark football team looks on. They wlLcarry it.with them, throughout the.... .
playoffs. It certainly worked Friday night as the Sharks defeated the District 4 AA champions, Perry.


~1~ i~ I,,


The conservative Heritage
Foundation has submitted to
the President and his Cabinet a
proposal to revamp social
security and Medicare. There
are no firm. indications as to
how the report has been receiv-
ed by the Administration.
President Reagan, during
the campaign, stated his ab-
solute support for social security
and indicated that he would ob-
ject to any proposals that would
decrease benefits for social
security recipients and those
receiving Medicare. There are
reports, however, that the
President's advisors are re-
evaluating these programs in
.yiet '.f .the massive. .b.dget_
deficits we face for the
foreseeable future.
I am open to new ideas and
believe we should examine
various alternatives to reducing.
the deficit. I am concerned with
insuring that we maintain social
security and Medicare benefits
to all eligible citizens and will op-


pose actions that would advese-
ly affect our senior citizens.
Older Americans need and
deserve the benefits they have
been promised and it would be
totally unfair to deprive these
people of benefits and rights
they have earned.
We can and must reduce
the budget deficits we face to-
day and for the next few years
but I refuse to believe that we
must balance the budget on the
backs of our older citizens. It
can and must be accomplished
some other way.


.. The .United States. along
with other western nations, is
rushing emergency food aid to
drought-stricken Ethiopia.
Thousands of people are dying
each week due to the drought
that has lasted for years and the
ineffectual actions by the com-
munist government of that
nation.


I believe we are acting
responsibility and in keeping
with the long-standing tradition
of the United States to aid peo-
ple who cannot helD them-
selves. The Soviet Union has
been quick to supply Ethiopia
with guns and tanks but slow to
recognize the human needs of
the people. They find it much
easier and much more in keep-
ing with their traditions to help
a government suppress its
people.
The fact remains, however,
that we have not stopped the
starvation in Africa. We have
merely slowed down the rate.
Much more will have to be
donated in the way of food and
supplies and western nations
must be willing to participate
with us in this rescue effort.
It will take years to halt the
starvation and make Ethiopia
and other surrounding nations
self-sustaining in food. The land
is too dry for farming and irriga-
tion is virtually non-existent.
The people will have to be train-
ed in new farming techniques
and technical advisors will be
necessary.
The UnitFd "States, as
always, will do its share. We
cannot shoulder the burden
alone and, while the response
from other nations has been en-
couraging, they must make the
kind of commitment expected
of us.
The communist government


of Ethiopia has failed miserably
to care for its people. I can on-
ly hope that the leaders of that
nation recognize the folly of
working in conjunction with the
Soviet Union.

*

Elsewhere on the African
continent, Chad 'remains a
potential troublespot. Both
France .and Libya had agreed to
a mutual withdrawal of their
troops after a stand-off which
has lasted for months.
Now there are fresh reports
that Libya has not withdrawn
and France may be forced to
return the troops just recalled.
Colonel Kadaffi of Libya is
known as an exporter of ter-
rorism and some have called
him a madman. This is a volatile
situation we must monitor
carefully.







For
Ambulance
Service

cain 227-1115


' In the middle photograph representatives of all the financial institutions in the Port St. Joe area
present checks to Coach Shaw Maddox, to provide Greyhound bus transportation for the football
players to Perry for Friday night's game. From left, are: Ronnie Dupree of St. Joe Papermakers
Federal Credit Union; Eddie Creamer of Citizens Federal Savings and Loan Association; Ted Can-
non of Florida National Bank; Nolan Treglown of Wewahitchka State Bank and Shaw Maddox, coach
of the Sharks.


In the bottom photograph, Nathan Peters, Jr. is shown presenting a check to Coach Shaw Mad-
dox to help defray'the expenses of providing meals for the football players while travelling. Looking
on are Paul Gant, at left, and Chris Earley, vice principal of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School. Sixty-
four citizens of the community contributed over $700 to show their support for the Sharks.








T__ SAR PortS.Je l.TUSAN~ 2,18


House for Sale: 3 bedroom,
2 bath, kit. & appliances, liv.
rm., din. rm., Ig. den, fenced
in back yd., garage-work-
shop & carport. 1032 McClel-
lan Ave. Call 229-561 after 5
p.m. tfc 11/29
Home for Sale: 3 bdrm., 2
ba. home at 1010 Palm Blvd.
on 135'x150' lot; cen. heat &
air; 1g. den, liv. rm., din.
rm., eat-in kitchen, custom
drapes, dishwasher & other
Sbuilt-in appliances, newly
painted. Must see to appre-
ciate. Call 229-6124.
tfc 11/29
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
For Sale by Owner: 120 ft.
lot on beachfront, Beacon
Hill. (S31 T6 R11) on
Highway 98. Call 1-535-4081.
7tp 11/15
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.
tfc 11/8
Extra nice home in good
location. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., cen.
air, dbl. carport, kitchen
equipped, utility room, 2
lots, Ig. grape arbor. Contact
Ed Ramsey, 229-8737.
tfc 9/13
3 bedroom, 2 bath, larRe;
den, tully carpeted, dbl. car-
port, chain link fence on 2
lots. Located in Port St. Joe.
: Call 648-5804 days, 648-8414
"-evenings. tfc 7/19





Heqp Wanted: Mature, de-
pendable person, part-time'
work only. Apply in person
Saturday, Dec. 1. The Laun-
dry Room, 408 Reid Ave.
Excellent Career Oppor-
tunity with a local insurance
company. Sales plus com-
missions with excellent fr-
inge benefits. Call 785-0586.
2te 1/29





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


Free to anyone who will
come and get it: contempor-
ary sofa, flex-steel spring,
needs cover. 648-5253.
1975 Argosy 24' with awn-
ing in excel. cond. $5,000
priced to sell. Phone
648-8248. Itp
27" Schwinn men's
10-speed bicycle, good cond.
Also ping pong table with' 2
setb paddles, good cond. Call
229-6739. 2tc 11/29
Table and 4 wooden chairs,
$25; TV center $25; % bed
and mattress, $15. Take all
for $50. Call 648-8274 after 12
p.m. ltp 11/29
Adoption dolls. For more
information call 229-8704.
Dinette table with 2 leaves,
extends 49"-70", 6 chairs,
very good cond. Call
229-8421. 2tc 11/29
Whirlpool washer & dryer,
only used 5 months, $550;
Zenith 25" remote control
color console, $600. Must
sell, going overseas. Call
648-8963anytime. 2tp11/29
Dinette with five chairs,
$40. Call 227-1318.
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

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. 5tp11/8
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
Wil Tell You
Good Cooks Use
Watkin's Flavorings
Vanilla, Peppermint,
Rum, etc.
229-6023
tfc 11-1

Can't find a Cabbage
Patch kid? Get a Soft Sculp-
ture Doll. Taking orders for
Christmas. Phone 227-1789.
3tc 11/15


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. LISTING: 3 bedroom, 1. bath, 47'x150' lot, 1501 Monument. Priced
for quick sale at $43,000.
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. $70,950.
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 ba, 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
NEW LISTING: Excellent location, one acre lot in White City, near Canal.
$33,300. '
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: Bluerldge Mountains 1I acre, $6,250.
NEW LISTING: %A 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.


Ill7---

1973 mobile home, 12'x70',
3 bedroom, 2 baths. Stove &
refrigerator. '$4,000. Call
648-8956. Itp 11/29
1983 Kawasaki 200 Duck-
ster 3-wheeler, $1,200. Call
227-1568. tfc 11/22
250 gallon kerosene tank,
Perfection kerosene heater
with blower, $400. 'Call
229-8493., 2tc 11/22
Oval smoked glass dining
table, chrome base, 4
chrome base swivel chairs,
naugahyde cushions. 648-
5349 after 5 p.m. 2tc 11/22

$25.00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
SPECIAL $9.95
to clean, oil and adjust ten-
sion on your sewing mach-
ine. We guarantee your
machine can sew on any.fab-
ric.,
The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151
tfc 6/7


business for Sale:
Fast Food Restaurant
at Reasonable Price
p li 229-8763 or
648-5658
tfc 11/22






1976 Ford F-100 4-wheel
.drive pickup. $2,250. Call
229-8053. ltp
1983 Toyota Corolla SRS, 2
door, air, excel, cond. Ask-
ing $7,;30. Call 229-6309.
ltc 11/29
1968 Buick Special Classic,
real niae. $600. Call 639-5120.
Stfci/29
1978 Midas 24' mini home,
roof air, new 3 kw onan gen.
Ford 460 cid eng. 88,000
miles. Very good cond.
$8,200. 1110 Long Ave. Ph.
(904) 227-1240. tfc 11/29
1979 Cutlass Supreme
Brougham in excellent con-
dition. Call 229-8978 after
5:00 p.m. tfc 11/8





Small families paying too
much for health insurance?
Call Mutal of Omaha,
648857. tp
Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Thursday, 7:00 P.M., C.S.T.
Wewa Medical Center
There will be a regular
communication of Port St.
Joe.. Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M.
every first and third Thurs-
day at 8:00 p.m.
Clinton C. Peterson, W.M.
C. Brogdon, Sec.
pd. thru 12/84


SAY YOU SAW IT IN
THE STAR!!

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 and/or by the
revenues derived from said system.
CITY OF WARD RIDGE,
By: Is/ ALLEN V. McCULLEY, Mayor
2tc 11/22

PUBLIC NOTICES
Please take notice that the Wewahit-
chka State Bank will sell at public auc-
tion on the 10th day of December, 1984,
at 10:00 A.M. in the parking lot on the
south side of the bank building in
Wewahitchka, Florida the following


described property:
One-1977 Ford PU ID#F10GN003-
727.
2tc 11/29


3 bedroom, 1% bath brick
home has cen. heat & air,
carpet, garage & util. rm.,
fenced back yd., 1 block
from elementary school.
Phone 674-4178 or 229-6894
before 6:00 p.m. 2tp11/29
House facing Gulf 'on St.
Joe Beach, furn. brick house
with sun deck on U. S. 98 on
Pine St. 2 bdrm., Ig. panel
liv. rm w/f.p., ch&a, car-
port. Call owner J. McGlon 1-
385-2620 or call Copeland at
648-8549 or see owner this
weekend at house. Friday
p.m., Saturday and Sunday.
2tc 11/29
2 bedroom mobile home,
partially furnished. 648-8481.
Mexico Beach, 3 bdrm., 2
bath, carport, brick, furnish-
ed; fireplace, central
air/heat; large lot, storage
bldg.; block from Gulf; no
pets. $395/mo. 904/648-8985.
3tp 11/29
Redecorated furnished
two bedroom 'apartment for
rent. No pets. Call 229-8663.
2tp 11/29


,ARmA-A


This is the yard sale of the
year. All kinds of goodies go-
ing, cheap. 3 families. Satur-
day, Dec. 8, 8:00 to 4:00, 110
Sunset Circle, Port St. Joe.
2tp 11/29
Never Had Before Yard
Sale: Thursday and Friday,
9 a.m. 2 p.m. Toddler's
clothes, girls 4-6X, 10-14,
ladies' & men's clothing,
winter coats, child's elec.
organ, child's'bike, chairs &
recliners. misc. items. 811
Woodward Ave. No early
sales.
Big Garage Sale: Satur-
day, Dec. 1 begiu at 8:00
a.m. 1609 Palm Blvd.
GARAGE SALE
117 Westcott Circle
Saturday, 8" a.m. 12 noon.
Atari, bar, computer, stereo
& lots, lots more.
3 Families' Garage Sale,
Sat., Dec. 1, from 9 a.m. till.
Corner of Ave. C and Hwy. 98
Boy's clothing, 8-10 & under,
girls clothing 3-4 and 8-14.
End tables, toys & household
items, etc.
Yard Sale: Sat., Beacon
Hill, Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach.
8 till CST. Mattress and spr-
ings, bar stools, Atari, many
other items.
Girl Scout Garage Sale.
Send a girl to New York,
Sat., Dec. 1, 8 a.m. 12 noon.
112 Westcott Circle, Port St.
Joe.
Yard Sale: Fri. & Sat., 8
a.m. 5 p.m. Santa Anna St.,
St. Joe Beach. 5th trailer on
right.
Garage Sale: Sat., Dec. 1,
9:00 1:00, 1010 Palm Blvd.
Toys, clothing, baby items,
household' items, much
more.
PORCH SALE! Sat., Dec.
1st. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Christ-
mas items, wicker stool,
small tables, lamp, tools,
toys, dolls, clothes, 4-lug
rims, school desk, plants,
rabbits, etc. Columbus St.,
St. Joe Beach. ltp
CRAFT SALE at Ada
Lundy's on Dec. 8 from 9-3,
Canal St., St. Joe Beach.
Lots of dolls under $10; some
Alexander dolls $50 $75;
doll clothes and stuffed ani-
mals, and Christmas orna-
ments, 25 cents and up. Rain
or shine. 2tp 11/29



El..



The Star Is Your Local
XEROX
REPRESENTATIVE
306 Williams Ave.

For Ambulance
Service
Call

227-1115


SERIE


3 bedroom house, 209 Iola
Street, -Oak Grove. L. Z.
Henderson, 227-1281.2tc 11/22
Large 3 bedroom, 1 bath
house at 524 4th St. No pets,
deposit required. Call
229-8314. Itp 11/29
New apartment, 2 bdrm., 1
ba. Refrig. & range furnish-
ed. Located in nice neigh-
borhood. $295 per mo. Call
227-1689. tfc 11/15
Mobile home lot for rent at
Rustic Sands Campgrounds.
Call 648-5229. tfc 11/15
One bedroom mobile home
for rent. Rustic Sands Camp-
grounds, 648-5229. tfc 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. 4tc11/15
For Rent: Casa Del Mar
Townhomes & Cottages, :'
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. tfc 9/27
Room for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave.. tfc 7/5

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

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. Hwy. 98 S) Beh, Wtr(rnt. 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 Bch, 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, Bch, side, Fur..
Warren )ames 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.
24bdr. Gulf Aire Sub. Si Bch, Unfur.
(1 yr. lease)
Gulf View Twnhs $400/mo.
2 bdr. 42nd St. Mex Bch, Bchside,
Unfur. i(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, S| Bch Unfurn.
Smith Triplex $325/Mo.
2 bdrt. Gulf Aire, Si Bch Furn.
Thornton Duplex $300/mo.
2 bdr. Gulf Aire, St Bch, Unfur. 1 yr leas
Dupree 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

For carpets cleaned the
way professionals do it-at a
fraction of the cost, rent
Rinse N Vac, the portable
steam carpet cleaning
system. Available at
Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


Cottage for rent: Mexico
Beach. Breezeway, 1 bdrm.,
% block from Gulf. $175/mo.
904-648-8985.
3tp 11/29


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, 1~exico Beach.
648-8992
4tc 11/22
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work -r Welding
506 First Street .
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in
d da y living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe. 227-1145 (24 hours).

H. L. ALLEN & SON
General Contractor
New and Remodeling.
AU Types
25 Yrs. Experience
648-508(
or P.C. 763-2924
,


Now Open
LARRY'S BICYCLE SHOP
Specializing in All
Bicycle Repairs
Rebuilt Bikes for Sale
Also will buy or trade used
bikes or parts.
Free Estimates, Reason-
able Rates. All Work
Guaranteed. Open 10 a.m. -
6 p.m. Closed Sunday.
116 Monument Ave.

227-1342
tfc 11/r



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!









Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


Feel good, naturally.
with SHAKLEE
For Personal Service,
Call 229-8942
3tp 11/15

Need house painted or
yard work done, call Jerry
Peak, 229-6671 after 5 p.m.

UNITED SITTER SERVICE
We offer care for sick or
disabled, day or night, home
or hospital. Sitters needed.
229-8210.
3tp 11/15
We buy, sell and trade us-
ed furniture. Get good prices
for your unwanted furniture.
Country Peddler. 229-8966.
tfc10/25

Sewing and Alterations,
work guaranteed at
reasonable rates. Call
229-8388, after 3:00 phone
227-1789, ask for Brenda. 3tc
-_ -11/15

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
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PAGE TWELVE THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1984


25 Years with Firm

Sidney J. Anchors, local representative for Liberty
National Insurance Company, was presented with special
recognition recently and presented with his 25-year pin for
service at a recent meeting of the company representa-
tives. Anchors, above center, is shown being presented
with his 25-year pin by Dave Pendergras, left, division
manager and James Adams, right, agency vice-president.


No animal looks as "cute" or pettablee"
as a baby raccoon. Very few things could
be as dangerous.
One in five.raccoons carry the rabies
virus according to statistics of the Florida
Department of Health, so your odds in
Russian Roulette are a little better.
Sixty-two Jackson County residents
underwent the first of'four treatments for
rabies recently after a pet raccoon
starting acting "crazy" in its cage.
This raccoon, a pet since birth had
been fondled and petted by friends and
family members, had attacked another
raccoon in the cage and fought with the
family cat.
Leon County confirmed last week that
the number of rabies cases has reached a
27 year high. In the most recent incident in
Tallahassee, a raccoon attacked three
dogs. Two of the three dogs had not been


WEWAHITCHKA Wild-
life violators are used to
looking around the next
corner for a waiting wildlife
officer but now there is
another dimension to consi-
der, the sky.
The Florida Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion use aircraft in their
efforts to detect wildlife vio-
lators and those aerial efforts
paid off last Thursday night
with the arrest of two Wewa-
hitchka men.
. Arrested and charged with
attempting to kill deer at
night with a gun and light
were Ernest Benjamin (Ben)
Lanier, 27, and Richard Tru-
man Whitten, Jr., 29. Lanier


vaccinated and had to be killed, which is
the fate of most un-vaccinated pets even
when rabies is only suspected.
Gulf County has sent its third raccoon
head to the laboratory since September.
Persons scratched or bitten by these
animals have spent some anxious mo-
ments awaiting laboratory results which,
thus far, have proved to be negative. With
"one in five" odds, we could be coming
close to that dreaded call from the
.laboratory citing a positive rabies speci-
men stated George Mahler, Environmen-
,tal Health Specialist with the Gulf County
Health Department.
Mr. Mahler warns to., have your pets
vaccinated and leave those "Mask-
face" critters alone. Report all possible
rabies exposure to your doctor and the
County Health Department.


was also charged with resist-
ing arrest without violence.
Lanier and Whitten were
arrested after wildlife offi-
cers received a Wildlife Alert
tip. of possible illegal night
hunting in north Gulf County.
The Commission's
aircraft spotted a vehicle
working a spotlight around
9:30 p.m., November 15, on
Stone Mill Creek Road. The
pair was arrested after offi-
cers stopped the vehicle and
recovered two spotlights and
12 gauge shotguns.
Lanier and Whitten are
scheduled to appear in Gulf
County Court December 3 to
answer the first degree mis-
demeanor charges.
If anyone sees a game or
fresh water fish violation,
they're urged to contact the
nearest Commission office.
Under the state's Wildlife
Alert program, persons re-
porting violations may re-
main anonymous and may be
eligible for a reward.

This Is Home
Health Week
Governor Bob Graham by
Proclamation has declared
November. 25 December 1,
1984 Home Health Week.
Susanne Justice, President
of the Florida Association of
Home Health Agencies, Inc.,
commenting on "the signifi-
cance of. the Governor's
declaration said that a home
health week gives home
health agencies the opportu-
nity to talk about thevalue of
home health care. "For-
fifty-one weeks a year we
quietly serve those that need
our care and attention.; This
one week is a chance to tell
the public what we do," she
said.


Wewa Men


Charged with


Poaching Deer


MINUTES
(Continued from Page 9)
invoice, upon Project En-
gineer Gunn's signature ap-
proving the percentage com-
plete. Barrett, Daffin, &
Carlan, Inc., Engineers; In-
voice number 5469-02-00-4;
re: Beaches Water System;
amount $1,316.96.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Birmingham, second
by Commissioner Money,
and unanimous vote, the
Board approved payment of
an invoice from Medical
Examiner Sybers, in the
amount of $520.00 for autopsy,
and death certificate of Na-
than Shellnut.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Birmingham, second
by Commissioner Gortman,
and unanimous vote, the
Board agreed for the Chair-
man to sign a Department of
Health and Rehabilitative
Service Notice of Allocation
and Receiving Report, dated
September 24, 1984, listing
'commodities received by'
Gulf County.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Branch, second by
Commissioner Money, and
.unanimous vote, the Board
approved four sections of
hose be removed from inven-
tory.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Branch, second by
.Commissioner Money, and
unanimous vote, the .Board
approved the following fi-
nancial reports as submit-
ted: Financial Report, Fiscal
Year 1983-84 Clerk, Sheriff,
Tax Collector, Property Ap-
praiser, and Supervisor of
Elections.
The Board received a letter
from Property Appraiser Su-
ber, stating she was now
resubmitting her first quar-
ter 1984-85 budget requisi-
tion, in the amount of one-
quarter of $117,511.00
($29,263.00) ,and as the Board
had previously paid her
budget requisition of one-
quarter of $95,000.00
($23,750), she was now sub-
mitting a new bill for the
difference in the amount of
$5,513.25. No action taken.
Deputy Clerk Cumbie
asked if the Board would
allow the reuse of cassette
tapes of previous County
Commission Meetings in or-
der to save county funds on
expenditures for new tapes.
The Chairman stated once


the minutes were approved
by the Board, the tape was
not needed. The Board
agreed, however Commis-
sioner Birmingham request-
ed the Clerk always hold out
the tapes for the previous six
months time period so they
would be available if anyone
would like to listen to them.
Civil Defense Director
Wells reported on the train-
ing course he attended in
Palm Beach on October
15-19.
Building Inspector Manuel
reported on the progress of
the Buckhorn Landfill Pro-
ject and the closing of St. Joe
Landfill.
Chairman Owens submit-
ted Contractor's Change Or-
der numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 for
the Beaches Water System
Project. Upon motion by
Commissioner Branch, se-
cond by Commissioner Mo-
ney and unanimous vote, the
Board approved these
change orders and agreed for
the Chairman to approve all
future change orders for the
Beaches Water System and
report back to the Board.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Money, second by
Commissioner Branch, and
unanimous vote, the Board
adopted a resolution,. with
copies to be mailed to
Florida's' U.S. Legislative
Delegation.
Resolution Number 84-20,
on file in Clerk's office.
After discussion by Attor-
ney Rish, the Board request-
ed Deputy Clerk Cumbie
complete a questionnaire
from Lawrence R. Hawkins,
Chairman, Committee on Ve-
teran Affairs, Florida House
of Representatives, report-
ing if there are any county
employees who take leave for
military training purposes.
Commissioner Gortman
reported Gene Armstrong
returned to work at the Road
Department on a temporary
basis. Commissioner. Gort.'
man then asked the Board to
approve leaving Road De-
partment employee Bobby
Knee's payrate as is until Mr.
Armstrong is again able to
operate machinery and at
that time the Board ,take
action on Mr. Knee's pay-
rate. Commissioner Gort-
marf then reported Road
Superintendent Bob Lester
had not been paid for one
week's vacation and Road
Department employee Dan
Daniels had missed a week's


-vacation Commissioner
Gortman noved the Board
approve one week's vacation
pay to Dan Daniels, provided
verification of county re-
cords is made before pay-
ment. Commissioner Bir-
mingham seconded the mo-
tion and it passed unani-
mously.
Commissioner Gortman
moved the Board approve
one week's vacation pay to
Bob Lester, provided verifi-
cation of county records
before payment. Commis-
sioner Birmingham seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously.
. Commissioner Gortman
asked what the Board intends
to do concerning the Stone-
mill Creek Bridge, since the
State has condemned it.
Commissioner Birmingham
moved that as soon as the
Board can obtain repair
specifications, the bridge be
repaired. The Board then
instructed Deputy Clerk
Cumbie to write J. B.
McQuery, Department of
Transportation, requesting
the Department of Transpor-
tation furnish specifications
on repairing the Stonemill
Creek Bridge (number
514009), which the Board
needs before proceeding fur-
ther. The motion died for
lack of a second.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Gortman, second by
Commissioner Branch, and
unanimous vote, the Board
agreed to advertise to re-
:ceive bids for one (1) two-
Way, radio for "the Road
Department. Commissioner
Gortman then presented spe-
cification of the radio.
.Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Gortman, second by
Commissioner Branch, and
unanimous vote, the Board
agreed to advertise to re-
ceive bids for three (3)
trucks for the Road Depart-
ment. Commissioner Gort-
man then presented specifi-
cations for these three (3)
trucks. The Board agreed to
specify a sixty-day, delivery
period.
Commissioner Gortman
then requested Deputy Clerk
Cumbie check with Clerk
Gates or, his Budget Officer
and mail Road Superinten-
dent Lester a copy of the
budget showing the transfer
of 1983-84 Road Department
budget funds to the 1984-85
budget for use by the Road
Department.


People,


Natural Gas & Safety


Natural gas supplies vitally needed
energy to thousands of homes, businesses
and industries in Florida. Energy, whether it
.be in the form of gas, electricity, oil, water,
etc., when uncontrolled can be dangerous.

Even though a record of safe operations
has been established over the years by the
regulated gas industry, knowledge of the in-
formation contained in this ad can assist you
in recognizing a potentially hazardous condi-
tion and take appropriate action to safeguard
life and property.

Q. What Are Some of the Characteristics Of
Natural Gas A User Should Know?
A. Natural Gas Is a mixture of hydrocarbons
composed mainly of methane and exhibits
the following characteristics:
1. Odorless-an odor is added to this gas.
2. It is lighter than air and if released will
rise into the atmosphere unless trap-
ped.
3. It is nontoxic. However, as with any bur-
ning process, incomplete combustion
will form carbon monoxide which is tox-
ic.
4. It is colorless.
5, It has a flammability range of from
'4% to 14% (approximate values by
volume of gas to air).

0. Is Natural Gas Dangerous?
A. Gas, like all forms of energy, is capable of
doing damage and must be used properly.
However, the experience with natural gas
use shows it to be more safe than other
energy sources which you use in your
home or business.

Q. What Should You Know About Gas Odor?
A. 1. Natural gas doesn't normally have an
odor.
2. A substance is added by your gas com-
pany to give natural gas a "rotten-egg"
smell should it escape.


3. Become familiar with the smell. Should'
'you detect this odor, it doesn't positive-
ly tell you that there is a gas leak; but
this is sufficient reason for you to call
your gas company and have them in-
vestigate.

Q. What Additional Ways Can You Detect A
Gas Leak?
A. 1. When the ground is wet, you may detect
a leak by seeing bubbles rising through
puddles of water in a uniform manner.
2. A larger leak of gas from underground
piping may be able to be seen by sand
blowing around a small hole in the.
ground; it may be felt just as you may-
feel air leaking from. a small hole in a
tire or air hose; and if it is a large leak, a
noise can be heard similar to air leak-
ing.
3. A flare at or around appliance pip-.
ing other than at the burner indicates
leakage.


Q. The Fact That A "Rotten-Egg" Odor Is De-
tected, Does That Mean That There Is A
Natural Gas Leak?
A. No. But this should be checked to assure
that the odor isn't an indication of a gas
leak. Call your gas company and report it.
Odors similar to that of natural gas may
come from the following:
1. A sewer system.
2. A water aeration plant which has a sul-
phur content.
3. Swamps or bogs.
4. Areas where the land has been filled,
etc.

Q. If There Is A Gas Leak, Will You Always
Smell An Odor?
A. No. If gas leaks from an above ground
pipe, there should always be an odor.
However, when gas travels through the
ground, such as a leak from an
underground service line or main, 'the
ground acts as a filter and can remove the


odor from the gas.


Q. Why Isn't A Gas Odor Smelled When The
Gas Is Burned On A Gas Range or Fur-
nace?
A. The material used to odorize the gas is
flammable and is consumed in the process
of burning. If your equipment is properly
adjusted you should not detect the odor
when you are using your appliances.

Q. What Can One Do to Reduce the Possibili-
ty Of An Accident?
A. First keep the emergency telephone .
number of your gas company handy. A
good place to keep this number is to write
it down in the front of your telephone book
along with other emergency telephone
numbers such as fire, police, etc.
Other things which should be done to im-
prove safety as well as conserve energy
are:
1. Teach children that they are not to play
with any appliances in the home.
2. Clean the burners and have them check-
ed for proper adjustment periodically.
3. Repairs, installations and removal of
appliances are jobs for qualified per-
sons. Use only qualified people. to do
this work.
4. If lighting of an appliance is required,
.ALWAYS light match and hold at igni-
tion point of burner before you turn on


the gas.
5. Follow the manufacturer's instruc-
tions for operation and care of gas ap-
pliances.
6. Never take a chance. If you think you
smell gas, call your gas company.

Q. What Should Be Done When One Believes
He Smells Gas?
A. There are many possible conditions which
could be encountered, thus it isn't possi-
ble to give specific instructions for every
situation: The following examples provide
general instructions which should assist:


1. If a slight odor is detected in a localized
area or room of a building-do not use a
match or other flame in the area; call
the gas company immediately.
2. If a strong odor of gas is detected in a
building or other confined space-do
not operate, electrical switches, light
matches or use an 'open flame;
however, do open windows and doors to
ventilate the area (caution: don't turn on
exhaust fans) leave the building and
call the gas company.
3. If a strong odor is detected in a building
and/or a hissing sound is heard-do not
operate electrical switches, lights or
other devices; do evacuate the building
leaving exit doors open on your way out;
warn persons to stay clear of the
building and call the fire department
and gas company immediately from
another location.
4. If the odor of gas is detected outside (in
the yard, at the sidewalk, etc.)-im-
mediately call the gas company.

SAFETY IS YOUR BUSINESS. Educate
your family and friends about the precautions
to take when they believe they smell the odor
of gas.
CAUTION: The term "Gas" is used by the
news media and others to include a variety of
products such as liquefied petroleum gases
(propane, butane), gasoline and natural gas.
Each product has its own characteristics
which differ from one another, thus the infor-
mation given in this advertisement is ap-
plicable only to NATURAL GAS.
NEVER POSTPONE CALLING
THE GAS COMPANY WHEN
YOU BELIEVE THAT YOU SMELL GAS.

Emergency Telephone Numbers Are:
229-8216 For Office Hours 8 to 5 P.M.
227-1115 Gulf County Sheriff's Department
229-8265 Police Department


ST. JOE NATURAL GAS


COMPANY


Port St. Joe, Fla.


301 Long Avenue


PAGE TWELVE


Cute but Deadly

Rabies Running Rampant In Raccoons


THESTA. ortSt.Jo, Fa.THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1984


The Chairman directed At-
'torney Rish to prepare an
ordinance for advertisement
to consider adopting the
recommendations of the
beach traffic committee.
Commissioner Branch re-
ported he had been contacted
by residents of Port St. Joe
that Health Department fees
in Gulf County are higher
than fees charged in Calhoun
County, and he asked the
Board to review these fees.
The Chairman appointed
Commissioner Branch to in-
vestigate this matter and
authorized him to get Gulf
County's Health Department
fees in line with fees charged
by other counties.
Commissioner Branch and
.Chairman Owens discussed a
couple of persons being op-
posed to the site the garbage
trailer is to be located at in
Highland View. Commis-
sioner Branch stated be had
instructed the Mosquito Con-
trol Director not to set up this
trailer until the Board had
considered this further. After
discussion of the Board hav-
ing already obtained the
lease for this site and that the
, Mosquito Control Depart-
ment would be dumping on a
daily basis, the Board agreed
to proceed setting up the
garbage trailer at this site.
Commissioner Branch
moved the Board write the
Engineering firm of Barrett,
Daffin, & Carlan, requesting
they prepare an engineering
cost proposal to rebuild the
Pleasant Rest Cemetery
Bridge. Commissioner Gort-
man seconded the motion 0
and it passed unanimously.
Commissioner Branch
asked the Board to write the
Highland View water district
informing them it had been.
brought to the Board's atten-
tion there are five hydrants
in Highland View that don't
work, citizens express con-
cern over the condition of the
hydrants in the event of a fire
in this area, and the Board
would like to know the
condition of the fire hydrants
and Will work with the
Highland View water district
in any way possible concern-
ing this,matter.
-Commissioner Money req-
quested Road Commissioner
Gortman have slow signs
installed in Oak Grove at the
entrance to Port St. Joe.
There being no further
business, the .meeting .did
then adjourn.


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