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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1985
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 4


Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1985


25� Per Copy


They're Doing


It Right


State People Check Out Gulf's


Test Methods for Septic Permits


Ever since the state regulations
were changed back in -February,
builders and home-owners in Gulf
County hove raised sand about the
requirements for placing septic
tanks---especially here in south Gulf
County.
As one home-owner quipped Tues-
day night in the County Commission
meeting, "You don't bury a septic
tank anymore: you build it!" Of
course, the quip was aimed at the new
requirement that a mound must ,be
built for a septic tank and drain field
if the water table is too close to the
surface of the ground.
In a recent meeting, the County
Commission asked Health Depart-
ment director Dr. John Benton, to
review the rules and regulations
concerning septic tanks to see if some


relief couldn't be given to property
owners desiring to build where there
is no sanitary sewer available. The
director promised to have a study
made of the state regulations as they
are applied here in Gulf County by
environmentalists Doug Kent and
George Mueller, who have the respon-
sibility of inspecting for compliance
with state regulations in septic tank
installations.
Tuesday of this week, Candace
Tremble, a soil specialist with the Soil
Conservation Service and Sharon
Burta, with the environmental divi-
sion of Health and Rehabilitative
Services of Tallahassee, were in Gulf
County to check on the testing
methods of Kent and Mueller.
"After they watched our testing
methods and evaluated them with


state requirements, they determined
we were doing the testing and
permitting according to state require-
ments", Kent told The Star. "The
regulations are just '3ugh-and I
expect them to get tougher as time
goes along", he added.
The director of the environmental
department of the Gulf County Health
Department said the rules have
changed twice in the last two years.
"Each change brought on stricter
regulations", -he said.
In the photo at right, Kent and
Mueller -are having their findings
checked by Miss Burta at a Ward
Ridge site where they are already
ruled on a septic tank installation.
Miss Burta is using a soil boring tool
to determine the type of soil and the
water table.


Candace Tremble, Soil Conservation Service; Envir-
onmentalist Doug Kent; HRS specialist Sharon Burtp rnd
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Environmentalist George Mueller check soil sampling
techniques for granting septic tank permits.
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County Commission Taking Clerk Gates to Court


Construction supervisor E. F. Gunn, County Alden Farris and Commission Chairman Eldridge
Commissioners Billy Branch and Everette Owens, an Money, inspect the new solid waste compactor station
unidentified construction worker, Port St. Joe City Clerk Tuesday afternoon of this week. -Star photo

$379,000 Garbage Can



Compactor Accepted


It's a $370,000 garbage can. Project inspector E. F.
Gunn says it will cost nearly a half million dollars by the
time all the support equipment ip figured in. The
Environmental Protection Agency says it is just the
thing Gulf County needs here. in the southern portion of
the county to collect solid waste in.
The new compactor station, located north of Port St.
Joe, on Industrial Road, across the road from its
beleaguered landfill site, was given a final inspection by
the County Commission and representatives from the
City of Port St. Joe Tuesday. Acting on the advice of
project supervisor Gunn, the two local governments
, accepted the facility with several minor corrections still
to bie made.
"The plant works perfectly", Gunn said. "We've run
it for more than a week testing everything and it all
works", he said. Things to be done include grassing of
slopes, hauling in a little dirt here and there and maybe
some paint in a few places.


One of the main' things still to be completed is
installation of a water line from the compactor to the
City's Wastewater Treatment Plant to carry water to the
treatment plant which has been used to wash down the
unloading ramp and the compaction chamber of the
station. This work is expected to be completed within
two weeks, after which the facility will begin operation.
The plant is a joint project of the City of Port St. Joe
and Gulf County, to collect solid waste, compact it much
like a kitchen garbage compactor, then trucked to the
Buckhorn landfill site in north Gulf County. The
Buckhorn site is the only landfill operation approved by
the DER in Gulf County. The county was instructed
about seven years ago to close the one now being used
near Port St. Joe. A multi-million dollar suit was filed
against the county early this year by DER for not having
the site closed and an alternative disposal method in
operation. Only the fact that the compactor plant was in
progress kept DER from implementing the penalties of
the suit, which amounted to fines of up to $5,000 per day.


$5,754,266 Plan Approved



City Adopts '85-'86 Budget


There were no objections Monday
afternoon, as the Port St. Joe City
Commission passed its $5,754,266
budget, reflecting a 4.87 percent 'in
expenditures.
The new budget, which will go into
effect on October 1, reflects its largest
increase in the general fund, where
nearly $200,000 in annual payments
forced on the City by two separate
S court decisions swelled the General
Fund expenditure column to $1,692,-
376. The court decisions were rulings
that the City must pay out $40,000 this


year to pay off court decisions made
prior to 1982, when the City owned the
Municipal Hospital and was insured
by a self-insurance plan entered into
by several Florida hospitals. The
other court decision required $150,000
per year be paid to the Leroy Davis
family to cover a judgment ruled as
the result of an accident between a
City firetruck and the Davis vehicle.
As usual, the Wastewater Treat-
ment Plant takes the biggest hunk out
of the budget, with $3,413,592 being set


aside this year to operate the plant
and pay off its bonded indebtedness.
St. Joe Paper Company pays 96
percent of this figure, with Sylvachem
paying two percent and the City of
Port St. Joe paying two percent.
Other portions of the budget
include $613,698 for the Water and
Sewer department and $34,600 for the
Oak Grove Water and Sewer Fund.
Both these funds are self-support-
ing and require no tax money for
funding.


To Decide Just Who Controls the

Purse Strings Here In Gulf County


With Clerk of the Court
Jerry Gates still insisting he
acted properly in denying his
signature on checks for cer-
tain funds for the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department even
after the County Commission
instructed him to release the
funds, the 'Commission will
take Gates to court to see just
ShoEaes�-eontrol .the purse
strings hete in Gulf County.
Gates, has. refused to sign.
checks from county funds to
finance schooling for Sher-
iff's Department Deputies at
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege or to pay for their travel
expenses to and from. the
school.
Gates said he is not signing
the checks because the funds
were not budgeted at the first
of the year and state budget
laws prevent him expending
any money not written into
the financial plan. "I'm
personally responsible for
any money spent illegally if I
sign the, check", Gates said.
Sheriff Harrison said the
expenditures were perfectly
legal and that the money to
pay for deputy training
comes from a surcharge
placed on fines levied against
those arrested. "The Comp-
troller, the Florida Sheriff's
Bureau and Sheriffs in this
area have all tole me we are
handling this thing in the
correct manner. The particu-
lar funds involved didn'r
have to be included in the'
budget", he said,
Gates still refused to sign
the checks Tuesday night at
the Commission meeting,
saying, "It's , unfortunate.
The education program was-
nWt budgeted at the first of the
year and even though the
money is there for that
purpose, I can't sign the
checks . because it wasn't
written into the plans for the
year". Gates said that in his
opinion, the rulings of the
state officials were conflict-
* ing with the budget laws
; which he must abide by.
Gates has also refused to
release a full quarterly pay-
ment to the Sheriff's Depart-
ment Blecause to do so would
run his budget in the red due
to funding of a full-time Civil
Defense director in January
of this year, even though only
a part-time director had been
budgeted.
Commissioner Billy
Branch pointed out the CD
director was hired to manage
the commodity program also
and because the county could
get state participation in the
CD expenses. "We needed
the man and in the long run it
will cost less than it would
have cost to do what we had
to do in some other way",
Branch said.
Gates didn't argue that but
said the actions still caused
the Sheriff's budget to go into


the red if he paid the full
request made by the Sheriff.
In the meantime, CD direc-
tor, Larry Wells -and his
secretary have worked with-
out a pay check since the first
week in September and will
apparently will be forced to
continue in this manner until
October 1 when the iew
budget goes into effect. -
WHO'S IN CHARGE? "
Commissioner Doug Bir-
mingham said, "The ques-
tion to be decided here is if
we have the authority to
require the Clerk to make
payments we approve on
advice from the Comptroller.
Do we back off or does Jerry
back off."


Birmingham then made a advised the Board they had
motion that the county go two avenues to follow; that of
into litigation with the Clerk asking for a Writ of Manda-
to see who controls the purse mus or asking for a Manda-
strings. tory Injunction.
Gates agreed to the action Gates said, "I have to
saying the matter needs to be stand with my position. I
cleared up. disagree with the Florida
Branch said, "I can't see Sheriff's Association. These
where we have any other funds have not been budgeted
-choice. I second the motioa9 h.and I cannot expend them."
Commissioner Everett
Owedns then amended the . OTHER BUSINESS
mbtion td instruct the attor- In other business matters,
ney to take the speediest the Commission:
route open to him to bring the -Heard a report by Linda
matter to a decision. Owens' Bordelon of St. Joseph Tele-
amendment passed and the phone and Telegraph. Com-
entire Commission then vot- pany that the 911 emergency
ed to go to cAurt with the number was now available
Clerk. and the state had made a
Attorney William J. Rishl (Continued on Page 3)


Two temporary workers are shown
Tuesday as they added to the City crews


already at work picking up after Hurricane
Elena. -Star photo


Workers Making A Dent


In Collection of Debris


- City street workers are beginning to
make a visible dent in the mountain of
debris left by hurricane Elena this week, aS
extra crews were pressed into service to
help get the huge amount of trash picked up
and hauled off.
A steady stream of trucks and trailers
were witnessed Tuesday afternoon, going
into the county landfill site with loads of the
storm residue, but still there is a great
amount of the remains left in the City to be
picked up.
One observer, who has worked with the
street program for a long time said it was
the most litter left after a storm or
hurricane he had ever seen in this area.


"I've been here a long time, but I never saw
anything like this", Sam Graves, director of
the Gulf County Mosquito Control and
landfill operations said.
Even though clean-up started Monday
afternoon, after the storm had passed by
Sunday night, there still are yards and lots
which have not been cleaned up because of
the amount of limbs, sticks, leaves, pine
needles, cones, paper, toppled trees and
up-rooted shrubs which were left in the path
of the storm.
City Street Superintendent Martin Ad-
kison said it would probably still be another
week or two before all of the debris is hauled
off.













Where Are They?


Comments


THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1985


Gulf County has grown during
the past five years, but not so much
as most people might think.
According to the University of
Florida, the population here in Gulf
.County now stands at 11,272, or 614
more than it was when the official
U.S. Government census was taken
in 1980.
Where are those extra people?
If we had to guess,' we would
say they are along the waterfront
here in the county. Everything
points to this placement of our
increase in population.
By far the largest percentage
of new building has gone on in the
vicinity of the shoreline which
stretches from Bay to Fxanklin
counties.. There' has been some
growth in the northern half of the
county , too, but it has even been
centered along the shoreline of the
lakes and streams of that section of
:ur county.
:. With 11,272 people now in our
confiness, we still have a good deal
of. property which lies wild and
findeveloped. We still have a great
-4eal of wildlands, where wildlife
ioams and provides recreational
opportunities for our sportsmen.
It's true that a growth of 614 in


..You 've Shot

We think the people of Port St.
Tpe have shown extra-ordinary
-Lstraint toward the City's duty to
Iean away their :piles of -debris
from alongside the road where it
.has been piled.
' As Mayor Frank Pate remark-
ed at the City Commission meeting
last Tuesday night, "You can't tell
there has been a truckload hauled
jff!" "
|: Of course what Mayor Pate
was referring to was that the piles
:of debris keep growing as fast as it
is hauled off by the City, even
Though its major emphasis has
been On hauling off what Hurricane
�EJena blew down some three weeks
"ag . - - " . . .. . -... ' . : -:
SElena was probably one of the
. : "messiest storms we have had here
in Port St. Joe in a number of
:years. There were' more trees
"blown over, limbs broken off, loose
.objects blown about worse than we
Have ever seen in' 44 years of
-hurricane watching here.'
Problems with hiring extra
People, labor being off for one
-reason or another and equipment
.not functioning properly has con-
:tributed to a problem nature made
.gargantuan in size in the first
-place;
- The 'thing which has made us
proud of our city is that there has -
been no large amount of grum-
'bling, as yet, over the fact that
much of the debris is still lying
where it was piled up. The people
understand it takes a while to cart


a five year span isn't exactly
setting the woods on fire, but it
averages out to a little more than
one percent per year. At even that
modest rate, it won't be many more
years until we will have more
people here than we can assimilate
in our present method of doing
things and our present style of
living.
The day is coming when we will
be crowded as a county. Even if the
rate of increase remains constant,
as almost nobody expects, it won't
be too long before we'll be getting
in each other's way when we make
that moving "stop" at the intersec-
tion, or turn on the street without
signalling simply because we have
always done it that way.
Water and, one day, sewer
services to the beaches area make
that area even more attractive to
those who are inclined, toward
beach living.
What we're saying is, that the.
present growth rate factor will not
remain so.
As a matter of fact, the growth
rate is now greater than it was a
decade .ago. There is nothing to
indicate that the process will
reverse itself.


wn Restraint

off so much trash.
If the City could carry off an
accumulation like Elena left in just
a couple of weeks or so, then we
would think that the City street
department was over-staffed dur-
.ing the times when we; were not
having hurricanes visit us.
If we can all be patient just a
while longer, we feel the City will
have our trash problem solved in a
short while.


Friendly Skies

Love bugs!
If you- haven't experienced
'.these pesky iisects during ftle past
. couple of weeks, you are a shut-in
of the greatest degree.
Last week, a trip to the beach
would bring out the black insects
like rain on the front of your car, in
your, windows, in the doors every
time they were opened and even in
the house when an opening was
cracked.
The infiltration of the love bugs
reminded us of the stories of the
north Texas sand-storms of the
20's our mother use to tell us about.
They got into everything.
A new name has been invented
for the love bugs, Which fly about in
connected pairs-one flying for-
ward and .one flying backwards.
The new name is "airplane
bugs". That's an apt name, since
the bugs are ,truly flying the
"friendly'/? kies, "United".


Kesley Colbert's Country Column


Sauteed in the Big Hotel


When you sat down to eat
at my mother's house she on-
ly gave you one fork, but it
had four prongs. When I ate
over at Ricky Hale's house,
Miss Anita gave us forks that
had four prongs. I once ate
some kind of short bread
with a little whip cream on
top up at Mr. Y. D. Moore's
big house on the hill. Now,
Mrs. Moore was about tops
in high class eating in Mc-
Kenzie, Tennessee in 1959
and she handed me a fork
that had four prongs. Of'
course I didn't enjoy the
shortbread 'cause I was so
afraid I might drop some of
her floor.
Back in those days the Dix-
ie Coffee Cup -was the best
restaurant in town and was
well known in the area for
two reasons- (1) their chili
was a mite greasy and (2)
Elvis Presley once ate there.
Elvis had the . chili which
shows the restaurant's fame.
hadn't spread all the way to
Memphis. To this day if you
sit down to eat at the Dixie
Coffee Cfup, Clara will bring
you a fork with four prongs.
Here while back I had a
meeting in a big hotel over in
Tallahassee. Before the
meeting we all gathered in a
big banquet room for dinner.
I say it was dinner because it
was a "dinner meeting" but
it was at 6:30 in the evening


so ya'll know it was really
supper. Now I've never had
a meal like that before or
since. First of all there were
men serving the food and
they all had on red jackets
and white gloves. I'm telling
this story with my hand up -
they all wore white gloves.
To say that I was uncomfort-
able would be the under-
statement of the century. I
prayed they wouldn't serve
shortbread as that crumbles
so it's hard not to spill some
in your lap unless you lean
way over your plate. I sure
didn't want'to make a faux
pas at this high class supper.
I was just taking my seat
when I saw the forks - there
were three of them at my
place setting and all three of
them only had three prongs.
Somebody had broken a
prong off my forks. If they
serve shortbread I'm a
goner. I was about to turn to
this big lady sitting next to
me and ask her if they had
given me her fork by
mistake when I saw that she
also had three forks and hers
only had three prongs, too. I
should have known that a
waiter that wears white
gloves wasn't going to make
a mistake. This was going to
be some more meal if it took
three forks to get it down.
While we were awaiting
for the meal to commence


the big lady sitting next to
me opens a brand new pack
of Virginia Slims cigarettes,
pulls out about the longest
cigarette I'd ever seen and
has it about half lit when she
turns to me, bats her eyes a
couple of times and' says,
"Mind if I smoke?" Before I
can say a word she finishes
lighting up and goes to talk-
ing. She turned out to be a
nice- lady but, boy howdy,
could she talk. She had those
half glasses that she kept
looking over as she talked
and she had beautiful blonde
hair - I just couldn't unders-
tand why she dyed her roots
brown. She allowed as how
. she had been all over the
world and seen everything so
I decided right then and
there that I was just going to
watch which fork she ate
what with and do the same so
the folks sitting around us
wouldn't know how out of
place I was.
They didn't bring out all
the food at once. They
brought out'the pineapple
first. I could handle that with
a three prong fork. After
everyone finished, they
cleared away those plates
and started serving the
salad. They started with the
salads at the other end of the
table and as a waiter set a
salad in front of the folks
another waiter was right


behind him with a tray of
forks. Some would take a
fork off the tray, some would
not. I can't believe it -
we've all got three forks
right in fropt of us and
they're bringing out more. I
begin to think that I'd like to
have fork dealership in this
hotel. They finally got down
to me and one waiter sets my
spinach salad in front of me
and the next waiter leans
over with that tray of forks
and says, " Sir, would you
care for a chilled fork to eat
your salad with?" How could
a guy do that job without
laughing? I sat there for a
moment and then said, "Sir,
I've never eaten anything in
my life with a cold fork -7
give me one of those things."
That meal took forever.
The lady next to me was
about half way through those
Virginia Slims by the time
they brought out the big
chocolate chip cookie with
ice cream and hot fudge
poured over it. I don't
remember what all we ate -
I kept wondering how a per-
son could eat two eggs, sun-
ny side up, with a three pro-
nged fork.
The meal finally ended
and we adjourned to the
meeting roorp. As luck would
have it the big lady with the.
half glasses sat down next to
me still telling about her


COLBERT


most recent trip to Spain.
About halfway through the
meeting I pulled out a pack
of Levi Garrett chewing
tobacco and using my thumb
and forefinger I took out
more than a normal chew so
a little spilled on the table
between us as I turned to the
nice lady, batted my eyes a
couple of times and said,
"Mind if I chew?"
Respectfully,
Kesley
Fuqua's Rep.
Coming to Gulf
Congressman Don Fuqua
(D-Altha) has announced
that Robert Earl Standland
will .be traveling to the
following areas on Tuesday,
October 1. Congressman Fu-
qua urges any person who is
experiencing difficulties with
a federal agency to discuss
the problem with Standland
The schedule is as follows:
Port St. Joe, U. S. Post
'Office, 10:00-11:00 a.m.;
Wewahitchka, U. S. Post
Office, 11:30-12:00 a.m.;
Overstreet, U. S. Post
Office, 12:30-1:00 p.m.


ThereHas to Be A Reason for Everth E Li
easonorhinrg; Even LicenseTag


THERE HAS 'TO BE a good
season for everything. Sometimes I
can't quite figure out what it is, but
there has to be a reason for.,
everything.
-- -or instance, there must be a
perfectly valid, reasonably necessary
reason why the state of Florida is
changing the design on the automobile
tgs. '
SI haven't really given the matter
iuch thought or in-depth study, but,
surely we must peed a new design on
qur automobile tags about like We
need another orange tree with t9ie
tiuit canker.
_ Even before starting this blurb, I
didn't give the matter much research,
as you can probably tell by reading
the article. Still, I am at a lops to find
anything wrong with the present tag. I
know it is just my lack of perception
or my failure to see down the road far
enough, but I have been unable, with a
ursory glance to tell just what the
ioblemis.
Why do we need a new tag design?
: Regardless of whether we need a


new design on our automobile tags or
not,-it looks as if we're going to get
one. As a matter of fact, the state is
'running a contest to get the best
design 'for our new automobile tags.


still running and they are still getting
federal bucks for their interstates.'
I looked at my tag, as I say, and
really, I could find nothing wrong'with
the present tag design.


ETA OINSHRDLU

I By:W(
-* .--


++-++_
JUST BEFORE COMING to work
this morning, I decided to take at least
a short look at my automobile tag and
try to determine just why we need a
new design.:
There are states which have had
the same automobile tag design ever
since automobile tags were discover-
ed as the tax source they are. Those
states are still operating; their cars


of Florida I am from, because printed
right across the bottom, in the same
size letters used to print "Florida"ion
the top, is the word, "Gulf", indicat-
ing I am from Gulf County. If you


esley R. Ramsey


I My tag has an outline of the state
of Florida printed in orange on the
middle of the tag for those who can't
read the word, "Florida" which is
printed across the top. There is no
doubt which state the tag represents.
Wherever I go with my car, I am
branded, adequately, as being from
Florida.
If a person is really into his
geography, he even knows which part


know Florida, you know Gulf County
is right smack in the middle of Elena
territory.

IN ADDITION TO THE geograph-
ical information there are numbers
.and letters which are peculiar with
the license tag on my car. There's not
another coded message like it in the
world, considering the configuration
of the tag and the other information on


I have the only license tag issued
by the state of Florida with the code
letters and numbers which are on my
tag. If the car is stolen, it would be
easy to identify by the tag. If I get into
an accident, I will be easy to identify
by my tag.
Believe it or not, the present
design does these things efficiently
and properly.
I will admit the orange colors on
the tag clash with the robin's egg blue
of my car. There definitely isn't a
color harmony there. If I were
dressed in the colors of my car tag and
my car, I would stand out like a
Florida back trying to get through a
Rutger's line.

WHY THE CHANGE then? What
is the reason for abandoning a design
which has stood by us so faithfully for
so many years and switch to some-
thing else?
Today, if almost anyone in the
nation sees one of our tags, they know


Designs
we are from Florida; the Sunshine
state, the sixth largest state in the
nation; the home of the lovebug.
I can see where a change in design
could do all of us real harm.
Remove the outline of the state of
Florida and what do you have? You
have just another sheet of metal with
a pretty picture on it. Remove the
word "Florida" and what do you
have? You might have anybody's tag.
From what I have read about the
situation there are suggestions that
the newly-designed tag have a picture
of Mickey Mouse, manatees, flamin-
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painted on it.
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enough of our state without giving him
the license tags. Manatees are a dying
lot, so who wants to identify with
them. Flamingos and alligators have
proven to be a delicate breed, too,
besides being fair game for poachers.
If they use a palm tree, people might
confuse us as being from California
and what self-respecting Floridian
wants to take a risk like that?


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The Star, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1985


Four Charged with Molesti ng


Crab Traps by Marine Patrol


"I'm Just Following State Procedure" - Richter


Making Music

The saxophone and coronet section of the Port St.
Joe High School "Band of Gold" is shown as they per-
formed Friday night during half-time intermission at
Shark stadium. Though the Band of Gold Is marching
fewer members this year than in recent years, their
sound is good.
In the photograph at left, head majorette Lisa
Handley is shown concentrating as she twirls two
batons during half-time. The majorette and flag corps
are doing an outstanding job this year, as they do their
part in performing for the appreciative audience dur-
ing each football game.


Marine Patrol officer Carl
Richter arrested four men
Monday for molesting com-
mercial crab traps, in what
has become a controversial
matter.
Local dentist, Dr. Robert
King, his son Chris, Larry
James Foster and Rick Rich-
ard Green were all charged
with molesting the traps on
the day following Hurricane
Elena. The younger King,
Foster and Green are all
residents of Mexico Beach.
Richter said the four were
stopped near the courthouse
in Port St. Joe with the traps
lying in the back of their
pick-up trucks. Richter said
he determined the traps were
commercial type traps and
the four said they didn't
belong to them. The officer
said having the traps in their
possession without permis-
sion of the owner constituted
the felony and took the traps
into custody, apparently to
try to locate the owner.
King said the men found-


County Tyndall Schedules
(Continued from Page 1) Its Open House


ruling allowing a surcharge
of up to 50 cents per month on
each telephone bill to pay for
the non-recurring charges.
Mrs. Bordelon said the phone
company was ready totalk to
the County Commission at
any time concerning the
system and what avenues the
Commission had available to
it.
-Received six bids on
medical insurance for county
employees, with the bids to
be studied and evaluated
until Monday, when a deci-
sion will be made.
-Turned down all bids on a
new fire truck for the Beach-
es Fire Department on the
recommendation of fire chief
David Richardson. Richard-
son then asked the Commis-
sion to ask for bids for a
"'stock",'fire truck rather
tKafi"-the"custom equipped
model they had originally
asked for.
-Heard a report from
engineer Dave Silvey that
plans were ready for con-
struction of the Pleasant
Rest Cemetery road bridge
and that bids would be
advertised this week. Silvey
said construction should be-
gin near the last week in
November.

OBITUARIES

Services for
Mrs. Peak,

Mrs. Willie Ruth Peak, 57,
of Wewahitchka died last
Thursday morning at Bay
Medical Center after a brief
illness. She had been a
resident of Highland View for
32 years, and the past three
years had lived in Wewahit-
chka.
Survivors include: her
daughter, Helen Armstrong
and her husband, Ben, of
Wewahitchka; two brothers,
Odis Spicer and Olen Spicer,
both of Winter Garden; -and
two grandchildren, Allin and
Brandy Armstrong of Wewa-
hitchka.
Funeral services were held
Sunday at 2:00 P.M. CDT at
the Glad Tidings Assembly of
God Church of Wewahitchka
with Reverend Robert Clay-
comb officiating. Burial was
in the family plot of Holly Hill
Cemetery of Port St. J6e.
All arrangements were by
Gilmore Funeral Home.


According to Lt. Col. Ri-
chard Alexander, Tyndall's
Open House Project Officer,
"All systems are go" for
Nov. 16. The base will open


its gates to the public at 10
a.m. for its annual Open
House.
Highlighting the show will
be a parachute jump demon-


Thanks!

for Your Good Help

The Gulf County Search - Wewahitchka, man the shel-
and Rescue Unit would like to ters there, manned the shel-
thank everyone' who helped ter at the Court House, and
during Hurricane Elena: things could not have gone
any better than they did. I
H. B. Henderson and Gene cannot say enough to the
Raffield for their tractor and " members of the Gulf County
trailers to carry the supplies Sheriff's Search and Rescue
from the nursing home; the Unit. You were great ! We do
ambulances which transport- appreciate the donation
ed the critically ill; the Gulf �,Wdeto the Unit by the _Bay
County SchooIBoadro6rthd' $ .'Joseph Nursing Home.
use of their buses; the Beach We can surely use it as we
Fire Department, Highland are just getting started.
View Volunteer Fire Depart- If we hive missed anyone,
ment, Port St. Joe Volunteer thanks very much.
Fire Department, and, last 'Jimmy Barfield,
but far from being least, Commander
Sheriff Al Harrison and his Ray Wombles,
Search and Rescue Unit who Vice Commander
are all volunteers, and what Mrs. Margaret Adams
a job they did! They did Secretary-Treasurer
everything from transport
supplies and patients to The next meeting of the
Gulf County Search and
_Rescue Unit will be Monday,
October 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the
County Commission Room,
Annie Lee Gulf County Courthouse.
The Unit meets the first
Taken by Death Monday of each month.


Annie Lee, 92, died Sunday
evening at Bay St. Joseph
Care Center. She had lived in
Port St. Joe for the past two
years.
She is survived by several
dear friends.
A graveside service was
held Thursday at 2:00 p.m. at
Forrest Hill Cemetery with
Reverend David Fernandez
officiating. All arrangements
were by Gilmore Funeral
Home.


Public Notices
o
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT & CIRCULATION
The title of the publication Is The
Star, publication no. 518880, published
weekly, 52 issues annually, with an
out-of-county subscription price of
$15.00 annually. Complete mailing ad-
dress of known office of publication is
306 Williams Avenue, P. 0. Box 308,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456, with head-
quarters of general business offices of
the publisher at the same address.
Wesley R. Ramsey, Sr., P. 0. Box 308,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456 is the publisher,
editor and managing editor. Wesley R.
Ramsey, Sr.,. P. 0. Box 308, Port St.
Joe, FL 32456 is the owner of The Star.
There are no known bondholders, mor-
tgagees, and other security holders
owning or holding 1 percent or more of
total amount of bonds, mortgages or
other securities.
Extent & Nature of Circulation
Average No. Copies Each Issue
Preceding 12 Months
Total no. copies 3438; paid and/or re-
quested circulation 1649; mail sub-
scription 1574; total paid and/or re-
quested circulation 3223; free dis-
tribution by mail, carrier, or other
means samples, complimentary, and
other free copies 30; total distribution
3253; copies not distributed 95; return
from news agents 90; for a total of
3438.
Actual No. Copies of Single Issue
Published Nearest to Filing Date
Total no. copies 3500; paid and/or re-
quested circulation 1649; mail sub-
scription 1649; total paid and/or re-
quested circulation 3298; free distri-
bution by mail, carrier or other means
samples, complimentary, and other
free copies 30; total distribution 3328;
copies not distributed 95; return from
news agents 77; for a total of 3500.
Is/ Wesley R. Ramsey, Sr.
Filed: September 29, 1985
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the traps washed up on the
beach at Cape San Bias
"along with hundreds of
these floats, which were just
lying around in piles". King
said the men considered the
traps salvage and picked
them up.

station by the U.' S Air
Force Academy's "Wings of
Blue." This will be the first
visit to Tyndall by the
academy's jump team.
The United States Air Force
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tists who are respected
throughout the nation for
their outstanding abilities.
The cadets have been highly
successful in intercollegiate
parachuting competition
since the team was organized
in 1966.
Other highlights will be
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of the Tactical Air Com-
mand's top fighter aircraft,
the F-15 Eagle and A-10
Thunderbolt II.
In addition to the air show,
the public and base personnel
and their families will have
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aircraft, targets &nd mis-
siles. These will include those
used at Tyndall in training
air and ground crews for
combat readiness, as well as
aircraft from other bases
throughout the Air Force.


Three weeks later-Mon-
day-Richter arrested the
four men charging them with
the felony after an investiga-
tion into the matter. Richter
said he could not elaborate on
the matter because of steps
which might be taken in the
future.
King said the most disturb-
ing thing to him wasn't the
charges, because he was
unaware they were breaking
the law in picking up the
traps from the beach. "The


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was that they locked me up
for something like that. I've.
never had anything like that
happen to me in all my life."
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following state procedure in
such a case, when he arrest-
ed King. Sheriff Al Harrison
said "the judge" was not
immediately available at the
time, or King and his friends
could have been released
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PAGE FOUR The Star, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1985


Miss Celinda Freeman, Blanchard


Tyler Smith Are Wed September 1


Celinda Charmaine Free-
man and Blanchard Tyler
Smith were. united in marri-
age on the first day of
September, 1985 at half past
eleven in the morning at the
First United Methodist
Church of Port St. Joe.
The Reverend Alvin N.
Harbour, Jr. performed the
double ring ceremony before
an altar flanked with brass
candle holders and spiral
candelabra with white tapers
entwined with ivy.
The bride is the daughter of
'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Free-
man, Jr. of Port St. Joe. Her
maternal grandfather is
Mahlon Stahl of St. Louis,
Michigan. Her paternal
grandmother is Mrs. Robert
Freeman, Sr. of Tustin,
California.
The groom is the sofrof Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Blanchard
Smith of Port St. Joe. His
maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
Brown; paternal grand-
parents ar the late Mr. and
Mrs. Bland rdH. Smith, all
of Port St.1 Joe.
Mrs. Charles A. Brown,
grandmother of the groom,
rendered- a soft prelude of
prenuptial music, and the
traditional Medding chorus
from Lohdngrin (Wagner)
was played as processional
and Mendelssohn's majestic
'.Wedding March" as reces-
sional,
-'The bride was given in
marriage by her parents and
escorted- to the altar by her
father. She wore a- full-
.length, wlite gown of re-em-
broidered lace and satin. The
gown was designed with a
sweetheart neckline, long


fitted sleeves and a basque
waistline. The full gathered
skirt was enhanced with
re-embroidered lace trim on
the hemline extended in back
to form a semi-cathedral
train.
To complement her ensem-
ble, she wore a wreath of silk
laurel leaves and roses,
which held a fingertip veil,
designed by her mother. She
carried a bouquet of snow
song roses, and for luck wore
a six-pence in her shoe.


Mrs. Kris Furstenberg of
Atlanta, Georgia, the bride's
sister, was matron of honor.
She was attired in a tea-
length gown of turquoise
satin. Her bouquet was of silk
peach blossoms with ribbon
streamers.
The bridegroom chose his
father, Charles Blanchard
Smith, as his best man.
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After a wedding trip to
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S-Sergeant and Mrs. Smith
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Out of town guests were:
Miss Jennie Dickson of Bain-
bridge, Georgia; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Freeman, III of
Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs.
Kris Furstenberg of Atlanta,
Georgia; and Miss Joanne
Freeman and Terry Flana-
gan of Fort Lauderdale.

E.J. Richs

Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich
entertained two of their sons,
grandchildren and great
grandchildren .Saturday
evening at their home at 1610
Monument Ave.
Attending were Mr. and
Mrs. John Rich, Larry and
Tina of Port St. Joe, and Mr.
and Mrs. Eddy Richand son,
Jonathan of Atlanta, Ga;
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rich of
Port St. Joe; Mr. and Mrs.
Billy Rich and. children,
April, Justin and Hanna of
Mobile, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs.
Tony Rich of Panama City;
Mr: and Mrs. Don Ashcraft
,and son Benjamin of Port St.
Joe, and Mrs. Lucille Shef-.
field of Port St. Joe.
"Men tire themselves in
pursuit of rest."


Mr. and Mrs. Al Smith

Honored with Reception


'Mr. and Mrs. ATl Smith
were honored with a recep-
tion marking their fortieth
wedding anniversary Sun-
day afternoon. The lovely
event was hosted by the cou-
ple's children, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Smith and Mr. and


Mrs. Marshall Nelson.
Friends of the Smiths call-
ed during the appointed
hours Sunday at the
fellowship hall of the First
Baptist Church, giving the
couple their best wishes.


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3" squares and of course topped with a scoop of ice cream.
Cookies and ice cream without hot fudge sauce, though, will never do for tru
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2-1/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 measuring teaspoon baking
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1 measuring teaspoon salt
1 cup'butter, softened
3/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup firmly packed brown
sugar
Hot Fudge Sauce: (optional)
1/2 cup heavy cream
One 6-oz. pkg. (1 cup) Nestle'Toll House
semi-sweet chocolate morsels


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S2 eggs
One 12-oz. pkg. (2 cups) Nestle Toll
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1 cup-chopped nuts
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Dash salt
1 measuring teaspoon vanilla
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creamy. Beat in eggs. Gradually add flour mixture; mix well. Stir in Nestle Toll House
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Sauce on top, if desired. T
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semi sweet chocolate morsels and salt. Cook over. low heat until morsels melt and mix-
ture is smooth, stirring constantly. Remove from heat; add vanilla extract.
Makes: about fifteen 3". squares and 1 cup sauce.

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Charlie Sewell, son of Mr. f.
W and Mrs.. Wayne Sewell, .
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September 24.
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Upcoming Year
St. Joe Garden ber and May, and the other
. the new year, meetings to begin at 2:00
ith a most enjoy- P.M. each month. Presiding
,on meeting held over the September meeting
12 (Thursday) in was Mrs. Don Ashcraft,
Center on Eighth - beginning her second term as
e meetings will president.
rough May, with The September meeting
cheons in Decem- was especially enjoyable,
due to the extensive renova-
tion program, consisting of
painting, lighting, and car-
ound . peting; and special events in
the near future which will
include Open House during
the Christmas holidays, a
special horticultural work-
shop in January, and a Silver
Tea in February. Mrs. Ash-
craft expressed her appre-
ciation to the members who
had worked so faithfully
during the summer months
to make the building more
habitable, especially Mrs.
Agnes Culpepper and Mrs.
John Blount. At this time she
appointed Mrs. Blount as
chairman of the Ways and
Means Committee.
The announcement was
made that the Railroad Com-
pany had donated some
railroad ties to be used in
making flower beds on the
grounds of the Garden Cen-
vear round. ter. The Club will express
er. appreciation for these ties.
house taste, Mrs. Ashcraft announced
popping by
be cut into that the next District Meet-
ing will be held in Panama
e chocolate City in October. Further
ell become details will be announced
later. Mrs. Ashcraft also
announced that the next
Garden Club meeting will be
held Thursday, October 10.


Terri Lester and James

Lancaster Are Married


Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lester
of Wewahitchka are proud to
announce the marriage of
their daughter, Terri, to

Finals Plans for
Shores, Broersma
Final plans for the wedding
of Joni Denise Shores and
Mark W. Broersma have
been announced.
The event will be Friday,
September 27, 7:00 P.M. EST
at Beach Baptist Chapel, St.
Joe Beach. A reception fol-
lowing the ceremony will be
held at the home of the
bride's parents, 5730 Georgia
Avenue, St. Joe Beach.
All friends and relatives of
the couple are invited to
attend the wedding and re-
ception.


James H. Lancaster, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lan-
caster of Port St. Joe.
The wedding was an event
of Saturday, September 14 at
the First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe. The ceremony
was performed by the Rever-
end Howard Browning.
A reception was held fol-
lowing the ceremony at the
home of the groom's parents.
The bride is employed with
the Gulf County School Board
and the groom with Raf-
field's Fisheries.
They will reside in Port St.
Joe.




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22nd Street * Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER and
DAVID L. TAUNTON, Ministers
WORSHIP SERVICE .............. 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
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SBen Franklin to Visit St.
S, -1 "The World of Ben Frank- what a fine group turned out statesman by writer-drama- son, North Carolina, said
S'ae a lin" will be presented on to hear old Ben muse a bit. tist, Neil Wyrick, Jr. his presentations: "He po
.- y Saturday, October 5 at 7:30 But what can I tell you of a . trays his historical chara
P.M. at the Port St. Joe life that lasted over eighty Mr. Wyrick has spoken his terays his historiuch zeal thear
. ............... terms with such zeal they see


Jr.-Sr. High School Commons
Area.
Sponsored by the Kiwanis
Club, tickets are currently
being sold at a cost of $2.00
for students, $3.00 for adults.
To purchase your ticket,
contact Kiwanis or Key Club
members.
It isn't a movie. It isn't a
play. It is a one man
presentation.. .Ben Franklin,
patriot, humorist, philoso-
pher and statesman, come
alive from the 18th century to
comment not just on his time
but on 20th century America.
"Well, good evening now,


years. I can tell you I enjoyed
life so very much and would
gladly have lived it again,
asking only that the author of
the first Franklin make some
needed corrections on the
second edition." With these
opening comments, Ben
Franklin attired in buckled
,shoes, plain brown leggings,
and coat, greets his 20th
century audience.
Is he Ben Franklin come
back from the dead?
No, he happens to ,be a
one-man dramatic recrea-
tion of the famed elder


Core Tells of Visit


Members of the Humanities Club at Port St. Joe High Scbool are shown in the photograph
above.


-Humanities Club Forms


The 1985-86 Humanities
Club at Port St. Joe High
School has begun a new year
and is planning a host of
things to do. The officers are:
President, Dawn Grace;
Vice-President, Anne Tra-
montana; Secretary, Michel-


le Jenkins; Treasjurer, Hier-
man Jones; Directors, Lisa
Pollock and Teressa Cozart.
The Club has already, turn-
ed in several projects includ-
ing collages, and paper,
mache masks like those used
in prehistoric times for reli-


Young men and women in the
Second Congressional District will
have a unique opportunity to learn
about the nation's service academies
when Congressman Don Fuqua spon-
sors an "Academy Day" in Tallahas-
see Saturday, October 5 from 9:30-
l OooWin the Houe pJtepresenta-
tives Chamber in the Capitol.
"This seminar is open to all high
school students interested in attend-
ing an academy, or who think they
might be interested, so that they
might.better understand the qualifica-
tions and procedures necessary to
apply," Fuqua said.


gQps ceremonies, The Club
will study more about art,
literature, music, and travel
to attend various plays,
concerts, and art exhibitions.
At the end of the year, the
Club plans to travel to
Europe and Sarasota.


Representatives and cadets from
the U. S. Air Force Academy, the U. S.
Military Academy and the U. S. Naval
Academy will be on hand to answer
questions and distribute information
about their respective academies.
The Army ROTC, the Navy ROTC
. and the Air IForce ROTC will also send
representatives to meet the students.
"Since these are national acade-
mies which are supported totally by.
the American people, I want to
encourage any student who might be
interested to investigate the require-
ments and compete for an appoint-
ment 4f .thy desire," Fuqua said.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!
DOTSY HONEY!



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t IoKfel tDISM Constitution & Monument
sflW Ocfte16S8. T PortSt. Joe, Florida
PROCIAIMING
Grace and R eedom
CHURCHSCHOOL..................... 9:45A.M.
MORNINGWORSHIP.................... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP.................... 7:00 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ........ 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL(Wednesday) ......... 7:30 P.M.
Pastor, Alvin N. Harbour, Jr.



IMPORTANT NOTICE
NEW DELINQUENT FEE FOR
TAG RENEWALS
Stection 320.07, Florida Statutes, was amended by the 1985 Legislature
in House QIll 13�2 by adding subsection (4), to provide for the Implementa-
tion of a delinquent fee for late renewal of registrations. The amendment
becomes effective October 1,1985. The delinquent fee shall be imposed on
any applicant who fails to renew registrations of motor vehicles, including
mobile homes and recreational vehicles, beginning on the eleventh calendar
day of the month succeeding the month In which the renewal registrations
were due. The delinquent fee shall not apply to those vehicles which have
not been required to be registered during the preceding registration period
or as provleded In Section 320.18(2), Florida Statutes.
Section 320.18(2), Florida Statutes, states that "An owner of a motor
vehicle Is exempt from the payment of a license tax for any previous period
or periods forwhich registration should have been made upon presentation
to the department by him of a notarized or certified affidavit stating that
such motor vehicle was continuously maintained in dead storage and was
not operated at any time during the registration period or periods for which
the exemption Is being claimed."
The schedule for the-delinquent fee shall be Imposed as follows:
(1) License tax of $5.00 but not more than $25.00 ............ $5.00 flat.
(2) License tax ever $25.00 but not more than $50.00: ........ $10.00 flat.
-(3) License tax over $50.00 but not more than $100.00: ....... $15.00 flat.
(4) License tax over $100.00 but not more then $400.00: ...... $50.00 flat.
(5) License tax over $400.00 but not more than $600.00: ...... $100.00 flat.
(6) Licensetaxover$600.00andup: ................ ...... $250.00 flat.
The renewal notices are prepared by the Department of Highway Safety
and Motor Vehicles and sent to the Tax Collector. As a courtesy to the tax-
payer, the Tax Collector malls these renewal notices to the vehicle owners.
Based on previous experience, a small percentage of these renewal notices
are never delivered to the appropriate persons for the following reasons:
1. Incorrect address of vehicle owner.
2. Registration not printed by department.
(A) Renewal notices are printed 2 to 3 months prior to the renewal date
and therefore, would not Include recent transfer of ownership or re-
cent purchase of new vehicle.
(B) Incomplete Information In the electronic data base.
We have completed the mailing of the October Renewal Registration
Certificates. If you have a birthday In October and have not received your
renewal registration, bring your previous tag registration to the Tax Collec-
tor's Office. -
EDA RUTH TAYLOR
TAX COLLECTOR


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to York,
Rotarian George Core
talked to his club members
last Thursday, giving them a
report of a summer vacation
he and his wife, Alice, made
to York, England.
Core said they chose York
as the destination of their
vacation because of the age
of the city and its tendency to
preserve the ancient build-
ings and surroundings in the
city which was founded in the
year 71 AD by the Roman.
Core said one of the things
he does for himself to keep
active is to "force" himself
to take a good-trip every once
in a while and to attend all


England
Core, who likes history and
is interested in historic
places, said his stay'in York
and the several side trips
they made on the excellent
English rail system to sur-
-rounding towns made the two
weeks one of the most
delightful vacations he had
ever taken.
"You ought to go if you
want to enjoy yourself for a
while. It isn't hard-just get
jn touch with a good travel
agent and you're on your
way. You won't regret it", he
concluded.


football games. "This was Hammocks
one of those good trips", he Have Boy
said. Have Baby Boy
Core said he and his wife Alan and Sarah Hammock
and three other relatives of Lonood are th proud
spent two weeks in York in an Longwood are the proud
apartment for less than $5.00 daughter, Laura Kate. Laura
per person per day. "It was a was born September 12 at
bargain", he said. "The most i-26 a.m. She weighed 6 lbs.
expensive thing about our 14 ozs. and as 19 inches
vacation was the air fare to and was 19
and from England". long.
and from England". Proud maternal grand-
parents are Bobo and Betty
PAEC to Look Ann Owens of Wewahitchka,
and proud paternal grand-
at Science Text parents are Bill and Ann
The Panhandle Area Edu H ock of Port St. Joe.
.. . a d GA, grandparents are An-
cational CooperativeDistriet-,-' .,. v -. .
Material Council for Science .-..#sn.. .ewaiit-
Material Council tor chka, Jesse Mae Shirley of
will meet October 1-2. The Port St. Joe, and Margaret
Council will evaluate science Yuill of Lafayette, Indiana.
textbooks to be submitted toayetteIndiana.
the State Instructional Ma-
terials Council. The meeting
will be held in the conference
room of PAEC from 8:00
A.M. to 3:00 P.M. daily. The
public is invited to attend all
meetings. . * P n


To All Our Friends:
THE GIFT OF FRIENDSHIP
Friendship is a priceless gift
That cannot be bought or sold,
But its value is far greater than
A mountain made of gold.
For gold is cold and lifeless,
It can neither see nor.hear,
And in a time of trouble
It is powerless to cheer.
It has no ears .to listen
.Nor heart to understand,
It cannot bring you comfort
Or reach out a helping hand.
So, when you ask God for a gift
Be-thankful if he sends
. Not diamonds, pearls or riches but
The love of real true friends.
With Love,
Joyce Britt
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Britt
Mr. and Mrs. Mike White
Matthew and Adam
We would like to thank everyone for all
the kindness and all the prayers, food and
cards that we received during this sadness in
our family.
We love and appreciate everyone for their
love and thoughtfulness.
May God richly bless you all.
The Family of
Mr. Charles R. "Chuck" Britt


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original scripted first person
lines over 800 times in
churches, conferences, and .
on television. "I seek to
create the illusion with the
audience that Ben Franklin
actually stands before them.
I research the man and his
time, then with a kind of
mental time machine walk
his streets. Then I bripg the
character into our world and
have him comment on our
style of life."
He has been written up in
"Time" magazine; and has
written, produced and direct-
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Bowl extravaganzas; both
secular and religious. He has
served as director of Drama
for the Miami Council of
Churches, directed and acted
in films, and is the author of
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dio drama "A Boy Named
Dysmas"; is listed in "Who's
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his creations over 150 times
from California to Puerto
Rice.
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Can you tell what a medicine is by just looking at
it? It's pretty difficult considering that there are
dozens of shapes, a full spectrum of colors and
hundreds of markings for pills and capsules. The
possible combinations are endless.
Knowing about medicines is the most important
part of being a pharmacist. We take this responsibility
and challenge seriously and carefully study about
each new drug as it is released to us for public use. But,
] when someone stops in and says, "You know. It was a 3
little red pill." it is not an easy matter to know exactly
what medicine it is.
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uCris Earley studies team during Friday night's game.

New Coach for Sharks


Friday night's game was
the first for new head coach
Chris Earley who was placed
in the interim position by the
School Board Wednesday af-
ternoon. Earley, an assistant
principal at the High School,
vhs' active' in "the footballl


program for several years,
but has not been a part of it
for the. past four years.
. Earley said, "I'll do the best
I can until we can find a
permanent coach to take
over'the duties".


THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1985

Lose to Jefferson County Tigers 14-7


Sharks Defeated by Monticello


Playing under a new coach
and after a week of virtually
no practice sessions with the
new coach, the Port St. Joe
Sharks were sort of disjoint-
ed in their game with the
Jefferson County Tigers of
Monticello last Friday night.
The Sharks showed the
strain of the week as they
dropped a 13-2 decision to the
Tigers even though their.
statistics showed them play-
ing on about an even plane
with the Tigers.
Penalties at the wrong
time were the biggest enemy
of the Sharks Friday night.
On several occasions, the
team had a crucial play
nullified by a penalty, rack-
ing up 70 yards worth of
miscues on 14 calls.
Jefferson took the opening
kick-off and marched down
the field for 73 yards in 12
plays before putting their
first touchdown on the score-
board on a 10-yard scamper
by George Young and a kick
for the extra point by Rich-
ard Thomas.
On their first possession of
the ball, the very first play
was an example of what was
to keep the Sharks at bay all
night long. Robert Harris
kept the pall on the first play,
weaving for 29 yards, only to
have his sparkling run nulli-
fied by a clipping penalty.
The Sharks were moving
again early in the second
period on a 16 yard pass to
Doug Robinson and hard
running by Josh Jenkins and
Stan Peters, before a fumble
in the backfield turned the
ball over to the Tigers.
The Sharks started to put
things together mid-way in
the second period when Har-
ris intercepted a Daron
Washington pass and started
a Shark drive on the Tiger 39
yard line.
The drive marched down
fipif4;plagued by penalties,
but kept alive on a 16 yard
pass to Josh Jenkins and an
interference call against the
Tigers. With the Sharks on
the Tiger 13, the Sharks
worked the ball to the three
yard line where it was fourth


Jr. High & Jr. Varsity Schedules


Game schedules for the 1985 Junior
Varsity and Junior High teams at Port
St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School are as follows:
9-26 'MariannaHome 7:30'
10-3 Marianna There 7:30
10-10 Everitt There 2:30
10-17 Rosenwald -Home 7:30
10-25 Wakulla Home 7:30
11-7 Blountstown .There 7:30
Junior Varsity coaches are Jimmy
Johnson and Duane McFarland.


Junior High:
9-26 Wewahitchka There 7:00
10-10 Blountstown There 6:00
10-17 .. Wakulla There 6:30
10-24 Wewahitchka Home 6:30
10-31 Apalachicola Home 6:00
Junior High coaches are Jim Belin and
William Lane.
Tickets are $1.00 for single game, $2.00
for double game.


and three. Stan Peters bulled
over with the TD, but it was
nullified by yet another pen-
alty.
The Tigers took over deep
in their own territory and on
the first down, Doug Robin-
son pressured Cameron
Bruce in the end zone where
he fumbled the ball. As he
picked it up, Robinson tackl-
ed him for a Shark safety and
the only Port St. Joe score-in
the game.
Early in -the third period,
Washington hit Bruce with a


17 yard, scoring strike in the
,-nd zone for the last points to
be made in the game.
Josh Jenkins was the lead-
ing ground gainer for the
Sharks with 38 yards on 12
carries. Stan Peters had 8 for
31, Wilder 2 for 11 and Harris
9 for three. All four runners
had considerably more yard-
age which was called back by
penalties.
Jefferson's leading ground
gainer was George Young
with 50 yards.


The Sharks' defense was
led by Doug Robinson who
had 13 tackles and a safety.
Joe Norton added 12 tackles,
Robert Harris, nine and,
Dexter Baxter eight. Harris
had two pass interceptions to
his credit.
FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night, the Sharks
will 1e on the road to
Panama City where tley will
meet the. Bay High Torna-


does. .The Tornadoes are
receiving the raves of sports
writers this year as being a
solid football team.
Tickets for the Bay High
game are available at the
Port St. Joe High School
office until 2:00 p.m. Friday
afternoon. Tickets are $2.50
for 'adults in advance and
$3.00 at the gate. Student
tickets are $1.50 in advance
and $2.00 at the gate.


Friday night's game will
be played in Tommy Oliver
Stadium.
THE YARDSTICK
Mont. PSJ
First downs 9 7
Rushes, yards 31-110 29-83
Passing yards 46 35
Total yards 156 118
Passes 3-10-2 3-14
Punts 5-31 6-30
Fumbles 0-0 1-1
Penalties 8-60 14-70


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Stan Peters (33) carrying the ball for the Sharks can't make any headway with two Tiget.
defenders bringing him down.


Gators Defeat

Graceville, 14-7


Wewahitchka's Gators won
their first game of the season
against Graceville last Fri-
day night irrthe Gators' home
opener.
Ron' Myers, scored the
winning touchdoWi n.n a two
yard run in the' fourth
quarter to notch the Gator
win. The Gators had a 14-7
margin over the Tigers.
A desperation pass of 30
. yards from Billy Joe Smiley
.to Al Colvin set: up the
Gators' winning score. With
a third and 20 situation, it
looked as if the Gators would
have to- give up the ball
before Smiley hit Colvin in
the 30 yard toss.
The Gators scored first, in


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the first period, when Todd
Sterzoy crossed the goal line
in a six yard plunge and
Durand McCloud kicked the
extra point.
The Tigers came right
back in the second period,
scoring on a 70-yard pass
play from Jim Jenkins to
David Lawrence.
Sterzoy. rushed for 101
yards for the Gators in 21
carries and Ron Myers added-
57 yards. Each had a scoring
touchdown.
The Gators' stout defense
held the Tigers to only 27
yards rushing for the game,
while the offense was churn-
ing out 196 yards for the
home team.
The Gators will host
Greensboro in Wewahitchka
Friday night.
THE YARDSTICK
Graceville Wewa
First downs 5 12
Rushes, yards 20-27 56-196
Passing yards 90 35
Passes 5-17-1 2-7-0
Punts 5-27 4-38
Fumbles 1-1 2-1
Penalties 1-5 11-65


Dates for

S.S. Days

In County'


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. I(
this is nbt possible, you may
come to the office located at
30 West Government Street,
Panama City.
Faster service is available
in the Panama City office
which is open Monday
through 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 below:
Port St. Joe, Courthouse,
1st and 3rd Monday, 11:00
A.M. to 12:00 Noon, EST,
October 7 and 21, November 4
and 18, December 2 and 16;
Wewahitchka, SES Office,
2nd Monday, 10:00 A.M. to
12:00 Noon, December 9
(October 14 and November 11
trips cancelled because of
national holidays).

Artas, South Dakota, is
named after the Greek word
for "a loaf of wheat bread,"
artos. This part of South
Dakota is a wheat-growing
region.


Robert Harris (4), play-
ing defensive safety for the
Sharks grabs Monticello's
quarterback Daron Wash-
ington in Friday night's ac-
tion at Shark stadium. The
Sharks lost to the Jefferson
County Tigers, 14-7, for
their. first loss of the
season.


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The Star, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1985


Shark Beat


September Gardening


Both Flowers and Vegetables Need Attention


BY
SHARON
MILLER


Howdy folks! I am back
with more news than ever
before. To start, I would like
to introduce to you one of our
new teachers, Mr. Joe
Brown. Mr. Brown has been
a teacher for four years and
is now teaching 7th grade
English at Port St. Joe High.


The Gen


Gap Nai

BY THE Rev. Jerry R. Huft
Rector, St. James'
0 Episcopal Church "
Here are some more statis-
tics from the National Asso-
ciation of Secondary School
Principals ,survey. Of the
students questioned, 47 per-
cent named drugs as the
single worst influence on
young people-- 11 percent
cited alcohol and nine per-
cent peer pressure. More
than three-quarters share
their parents' views.
These statistics were pre-
sented in an article which
was intended to be encour-
aging because it demon-
strates that the generation
gap is narrowing. But these
facts also raise questions in

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Sunday, September 29.
This will be a good chance
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The Range will also be
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scopes. It is too late on a
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at you to check your rifle and
sights.
It is a good practice to hunt
with the same brand and
bullet size you zero your rifle
in with. .
"Talk; sense to a fool, and
he calls you foolish."
Euripides


He was born and reared in
Panama City, Florida. Mr.
Brown attended Gulf Coast
Community College and
Southeastern College in Ala-
bama.
When asked what influ-
enced him to become a school
teacher, he answered, "I love
school!" Now, if that's riot
enough to influence anyone to
teach, then I don't know what
is. We students would like to
say "Thanks" for coming
and being a part of our
school.


eration


growing

the minds of those of us who
have recent experience in the
fields of mental health and
substance abuse.
In the first place, many
parents of teens use recrea-
tional drugs and alcohol
themselves, consequently
they do not find them to be so
bad for their own kids. In the
second place, any high school
counselor and certainly
every Madison Avenue ac-
count executive knows that
peer pressure is a most
compelling force among high
school aged youth.
If the generation gap is
indeed narrowing, could it be
because so many parents of
teens have set lower stand-
ards? If family standards are
low enough, even a child who
won't make any effort will
measure up. Is it possible
that one factor in the survey
had to do with adults adapt-
ing to the values of teens?
Should those of us who are
parents cave in to the cul-
tural standards of the adoles-
cent culture? Think about it.


VISION & DRIVING
Because you have a driver's
license and have passed a
vision test at your local
Motor Vehicle Bureau, it
does not follow that you see
clearly enough to drive safe-
ly. YOU, the. driver, must
ask yourself:
* Do I see other cars and ped-
estrians quickly and clear-
ly? " ,
*Can. I see oncoming cars
from the side?
* Do I wear glasses for driv-
ing as prescribed? Is my
distance prescription up-to-
date?
SAm. I developing a cata-
ract? Is there a sudden
change in the way I see?
*Does haze, snow or sun
make me squint and see
distorted images?
* Am I seeing with one eye
only?
* Should I really be driving
at night? Can I cope with
the glare of oncoming
headlights?
* Can I judge distances?
Your eyes should be thor-
oughly checked at regular
intervals by an eye care pro-
fessional. Should any sudden
changes in your vision occur,
call your optometrist im-
mediately for a reexamina-
tion.
Brought to You As A
Community Service by

Dr. Wesley Grace
322 Long Avenue
227-1410


The Band of Gold is now
selling band calendars for
1986. The cost is $2.50 per
calendar, and $.50 per listing.
See any band member to
place your order. The last
day to purchase a calendar is
September 30th. So, get yours
today!

The football team slacked
up a little in last week's game
against the Monticello Tigers
with a 2-13 loss, but will come
out ahead in this Friday's
competition when the Sharks
take on the Bay High Torna-
does. .The game will take
place at the Tommy Oliver
Stadium in Panama City,
beginning at 8:30 E.S.T. So
.let's all go to the first out of
town game this year, and
show the Bay High Torna-
does who's boss! Right,
guys?

The new FHA officers are:,
President, Regina Williams;
Vice-President, LeAnna
Rudd; Secretary, Latonia


SHARON MILLER
Williams; and Treasurer,
Carmelita Clark.

The new Wheelette officers
were chosen at the end of
school last year. They are:
President, Lynn Aman; Vice-
President, Melissa Plair;
Assistant Vic -President,
Christy Arthur; Secretary,
Carmelita Clark; and Trea-
surer is Tammy Miller.

Well, that's all for now, but
don't forget to join me next
week for more Shark Beat
from Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High. See ya!


By ROY LEE CARTER
Extension Agent
September is the beginning
of the Fall gardening season.
It's time to do just about
everything in your Florida
garden. Things to consider
are seedbed preparation and
planting of a vegetable gar-
den and annual flowers,
general clean-up of the home
grounds, planting hardy
shrubs and preparation for
overseeding your lawn. Also
keep a watchful eye out for
insects and diseases on lawns
and ornamentals.
If you want a fall flower
garden, start preparing a
good planting bed. Locate the
plot in an area which re-
ceives full sun at least half a
day and stay away from
large trees. Tree roots are
strong competitors for fertili-
zer and water so plant your
vegetables or annuals in a
spot where trees won't com-
pete.
Hardy annuals, which will
survive cold weather, you
can plant in late September


CARTER
include alyssum, calendula,
candytuft, cleome, dianthus,
gaillardia, gerberas, baby's
breath, nasturtium, pansies,
petunias, phlox, snapdrag-
ons, statice, sweet 'peas,
verbena, and violas. These
are just a few of the plants
which can be started now.
Your garden shops will have
many more.
September and October
are the months when gibber-
ellic 'acid is used on camel-
lias. On many varieties, the
flower size may be increased
significantly, producing a


bloom much earlier than
would be the case without
treatment.
Select a well developed
flower bud. Remove the
pointed growth bud adjacent
to the flower bud. A small
cup will be left where the
growth bud has been re-
moved. Fill the cup with one
drop of the acid' solution.
Usually a difference in bud
size between treated and
untreated camellia buds is
apparent in a week.
By encouraging earlier
flowering in camellias,
freeze damage is reduced
and flowers become avail-
able for holiday decorations.
A compact poinsettia plant
may be obtained at flowering
time; if the plants are pruned
several times during the
growing season. The new
growth, after it is 12 inches
long, should be - cut -back,
leaving four leaves on each
shoot. This operation should
be repeated every time the
new growths develop until
about September 10. Pruning
after September 10 may


interfere with flowering, as
these plants set their buds
soon after October 10.
Watch your lawn and orna-
mental plants for pests. It's
still warm enough for insects
like scales, white flies, mites,
aphids, and caterpillars to be
damaging shrubs. Sod web-
worms and armyworms are
ravaging many lawns and
brown patch disease is a
problem. Watch out for these
problems and start control
measures as soon as you
notice damage.
Don't delay your Fall gar-
dening activities. There's a
lot to be done now, and even
more next month!


The first life insurance policy
issued in the U.S. was
issued by the Insurance
Company of North America
in Philadelphia in 1792.


4 GOOD
SEASONS
-to see your good
neighbor agent








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LIFE *HEALTH

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i 411 Reid Ave.
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INSUANfE COMPANIES
Ho.e O .fce: Blooimgtoa, .ll.ol<
iw�


RABIES CLINIC
Wewahitchka
Wednesday, October 9 and 16
for Pet Animals

Rabies Shots - $6.00 per Animal
Only Healthy Animals
Distemper plus parvo, combined shot will
be available at $6.00 per dog
at City Hall Fire Station
from 1 p.m. till 7 p.m.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL DR. Q. R. HENDERSON
D.V.M., Blountstown
Office: 1-674-5933 or Home 1-674-5670


PAGE SEVEN








PAGE EIGHT The Star, Port St. Joe, FIa. THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1985



Gainer Family Plans Its School Lunch Menu
Monday, September 30 Battered dipped fish, cole
35th A nnual R union Hotdog, cheese stick, fruit, slaw, French fries, sliced
0s baked beans, cookies, and bread, milk.
milk. Menus mav chana wifto nlhft


Members of Northwest
Florida's Gainer family will
gather for their 35th annual
family reunion Saturday,
September 28. The reunion
will be held at Porter Bridge
on Econfina Creek in Bay
County just south of the
Washington County line.
The family was founded by
William Gainer, surveyor
and mathematician, who
came to Western Florida in
S1818 with an army expedition
under General Andrew Jack-
son.

PORT ST. JOE & OAK GROVE
118 Marvin, 4 bd., 2 ba., hs. on 2 lots.
1900 sq. ft. Reduced to $59,500.
2108 Cypress - brick & stucco, 3 bd 2
ba. 1888 sq. ft. 1 yr. old. $89,000.
2108 Juniper - brick 3 bd 2 ba. 2 car
garage; many extras. $79,900, call
for appt.
Garrison Ave. - 2 bd., 1 ba. & sun-
porch. $44,500.
404 Madison - Oak Grove. 3 bd 1 ba.
Real cute, good buy at $37,500.
NEW LISTINGS
Indian Pass Beach - 2 lots, S.
Seminole St., $16,500 for both.
Gulf Pines - 2 lots, second row.
:$28,500 ea.
SOverstreet - Pleasant Rest Rd. 5
Acres & 3 bd 2 ba. house. $70,000.
:Beacou Hill - special 2 bd., 1 ba.
.mobile home & lot, great cond.
: $35,000.
Gulf Aire - Lot corner of Gulf Aire
"Dr., Lot 1, Block.D, $35,000.
-Mexico Beach - 309 Hatley Dr. near
:new 3 bd., 2 ba. $55,000.
Mexico Beach- Beachfront - One of a
kind 2525 sq. ft. Extras galore.
$250,000.
Hwy. 71 - Gulf County Farms - 10
acres horse farm. $39,000 or with 3
; bd., 2 ba. trailer, $58,900.
Mexico Beach - 120 Mlramar Dr. 3
bd., 2 ba. Owner financing at $75,000.
Close to beach.
Reduced 1st St., Mexico Beach. Lg. 3
bd., 2 ba. plus apt. reduced $10,000 to
$59,000. Real good buy.




ST. JOSEPH BAY
REALTY, Inc.
820 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach
648-5716


Gainer returned in 1824,
with his wife, Jane Watts,
family and slaves to the
Econfina Valley area of Bay
and Washington counties.
The pioneer couple had 12
children and 44 grandchild-
ren, thus becoming the pro-
genitors of one of the Pan-
handle's largest family
groups.

The program will begin at
10 a.m., and lunch will be
spread at 12 noon. Tommy
Smith, past president of the
Bay County Historical Socie-
ty, is expected to be the
principal speaker. Family
members are requested to
bring family pictures and
heirlooms to the reunion for


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA
MARION PARISH,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PIONEER FINANCE COMPANY,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: PIONEER FINANCE COMPANY
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to quite title to certain lands located in
Gulf County, Florida described as
follows, to-wit:
COMMENCING on the East side
of a 50 foot street lying West of the
Wilson A. Baker tract which lies
West of the Walter B. White home
tract on the South side of Jehu
Road and run Southeasterly aloaid
Street for 210 feet on the East side
of said Street for the POINT OF
BEGINNING; Said point of begin-
ning is .also the Southwest corner
of the Baker tract, in Section 13,
Township 4 South, Range 10 West,'
Gulf County, Florida; thence run
Southeasterly along said street for
70 feet; thence Northeasterly and
paralleling said Jehu Road for 70
feet; thence Northwesterly
paralleling said Street for 70 feet;
thence Southwesterly paralleling
Jehu Road for 70 feet to the Point
of Beginning. Said lot lying and be-
ing in Section 13, Township 4
South, Range 10 West, Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida.
The Point of Beginning of said lot
being located 982 feet Easterly
from the Southeast corner of State
Road 71 and the said Jehu Road as


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In Memory Of
"L" Patten
Forever In Our Lives
It has been two years since
you left us with sadness in
our hearts. We think of you
often and the memories
linger still. It took courage to
go forward, but through faith
we have made life move on.
Each flower God plucks He
does it for the best. You are
now his flower and we feel
the vacant plot.
Sadly Missed by:
Mrs. V. Patten, Wife
Sonja & Bonita, Children
Damien & Davida, *
Godchildren '
Brothers and Sister


measured along the Southerly line
of said Jehu Road and 210 feet
Southerly from the Southerly line
of said Jehu Road measured along
the Easterly line of said 50 foot
street lying West of the Wilson A.
Baker tract.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any,
to the action on Petitioner's attorney
whose name and address is THOMAS
S. GIBSON, Post Office Box 39, Port
St.. Joe, Florida 32456,n n or before Oc-
tober 7,1985 and file the original with
the clerk of circuit court, either before
service on Petitioner's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered to the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
court on August 28, 1985.
JERRY T. GATES
As Clerk of the Court
By: Jerry Gates
(COURT SEAL) 4t9/5

STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
26th day of July, 1985, pursuant to a
Writ of Execution issued in the Circuit
Court of Bay County, Florida, Case
Number 85-523 in the cause of BAY
LINCON-MERCURY-DODGE, INC.,
PLAINTIFF, vs. JOHN J. SIMMONS,
DEFENDANT, I, AL HARRISON,
SHERIFF OF GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA, have levied upon the pro-
perty of the defendant, to-wit:
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
PROPERTY LOCATED AT
JERRY GATES FISH CAMP IN
NORTH GULF COUNTY:
Beginning at a point on the South
line of Lot 4, Block 2, Midway Park
Subdivision as per plat 'thereof
recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 43,
Public Records of Gulf County,
Florida, said point being North
, 800'00" East 519.91 feet from the
Southwest corner of said Lot 4;
thence North, 1155'30" East 48.41
' feet.to.a 1nti oif the Southerly
right-oftiwayline of a 50-foot coun-
ty road; thence South 73052'20"
East 39.16 feet to the end of said
right-of-way line; thence continue
South 73'52'20" East 103.59 feet to
the South line of said Lot 4; thence
South 87100'00" West along said
Lot line 147.34 feet to the Point of
Beginning. Subject to all subdiv-
ision restrictions and easements of
record.
On the third day of October, 1985 at
Two O'clock (2:00) (EST) in the after-
noon on the steps of the Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, I
will offer for sale said property for-
cash to the highest bidder, subject to
all prior liens, if any, to satisfy said
.Writ of Execution.
/s/ AL HARRISON, SHERIFF
Gulf County, Florida 4t 9/5

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant .
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after
the first publication of this notice, the
fictitious' name or trade name under
which he will be engaged in business
and in which said business is to be car-
ried on, to-wit:
SUNSHINE ELECTRIC
Owner: Cletus Heaps
1912 Juniper Avenue
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
4tp 9/26

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of City Commission of the City
.of Ward Ridge, Florida is considering
a request for a variance in the Zoning
Ordinance to operate a Retirement
Home in an existing structure located
on Lot 26, Block One, Unit One, the.
north-west corner of Saunders Circle
and Tapper Ave. Final consideration
of said request will be given at the
regular meeting to be held in the
meeting room at the City Hall on Oc-
tober 7,1985, at 5:30 P.M., E.D.T.
CITY of WARD RIDGE
/s/ Allen V. McCulley, Mayor
2tc 9/26

NOTICE OF HEARING ON
PROPOSED BUDGET ORDINANCE
FOR FISCAL YEAR 1985-86
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of City Commission of the City
of Ward Ridge, Florida will hold a
public hearing in the Meeting Room in
the City Hall on October 7,1985 at 5:30
P.M., E.D.T. for the purpose of hear-
ing from any person or persons on the
proposed Budget Ordinance for fiscal
year 1985-86 of the City of Ward Ridge,
Florida. Said proposed Ordinance may
be examined or inspected at the City
Hall or by contacting the Mayor of the
City of Ward Ridge.
CITY OF WARD RIDGE,
/s/ Allen V. McCulley, Mayor


2tc 9/26


Auto And
Homeowners
Insurance
JEAN MALLORY
639-5322 Wewahitchka
or
785-6156 Panama City


Metopolilitan
fMetropoitan really sands t by ou.
LIFbtILALnfIAL UM Ik tniJI MI'AN I


Tuesday, October 1
Lasagna, tossed salad,
baby limas, buttered rolls.
milk.
Wednesday, October 2
Hoagie sandwich, lettuce,
tomato, pickle, buttered
corn, cake, milk.
Thursday, October 3
Fried chicken, mashed po-
tatoes, green beans, rolls,
milk.
Friday, October 4


notice due to the availability
of foods.


Cemetery Clean-Up

There will be a clean-up
Saturday, September 28 be-
ginning at 7:00 a.m. at
Roberts Cemetery.
Please bring lawn mowers,
rakes, etc., and help with this
important project.


Free Meals at Center


The Ebonyettes, Inc. of Port St. Joe
announce the sponsorship of the U. S.
Department of Agriculture's Child Care
Food Program. Meals will be available at no
separate charge to enrolled children of the
Gulf County Child Development and Learn-
ing Center located in the Washington
Recreation Site and will be provided without
regard to race, creed, color, national origin,
sex or handicap.
The Income Eligibility Guidelines for
school year 1985-86 are as follows:
No. 0260


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 85-197
IN RE: The Marriage of
WILLIE E. SCOTT,
Husband - Petitioner,
and
LINDA J. SCOTT,
Wife - Respondent.
I NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LINDA J. SCOTT
513 4th Street
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for dissolution bf your
marriage to WILIME E. SCOTT has
been filed. You are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any,
on FRED N. WITTEN, Petitioner's At-
torney, whose address is 408 Long
Avenue, P. 0. Box 445, Port St. Joe;
Florida 32456, on or before October 2,
1985, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court, either before ser-
vice on Petitioner's Attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of.
this Court, on September 4th, 1985.
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4t9/12
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
5th day of August, 1985, pursuant to a
,rit of Execution issued in the Cdunty
Court of Jacksoion Couintyi, iorfda,
Case Number 83-310SP in the cause of
DIXIE FINANCE CORPORATION,
PLAINTIFF, vs. DAVID SEYMOUR,
DEFENDANT, I, AL HARRISON,
SHERIFF OF GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA, have levied upon the pro-
perty of the defendant, to-wit:
One 1972 Plymouth, Tag Number
CNV-031, ID PH41K2F250447 '
On the 17th day of October, 1985 at
Two O'clock (2:00) (EST) in the after-
noon on the steps of the Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, I
will offer for sale said property for
cash to the highest bidder, subject to
all prior liens, if any, to satisfy said
Writ of Execution.
/s/ AL HARRISON, Sheriff
Gulf County, Florida
4t9/19

ADVERTISEMENT FOR
CONSTRUCTION BIDS
GULF COUNTY BRIDGE.
Sealed bids fpr the construction of a
112 foot long replacement bridge over
Wetappo Creek on Pleasant Rest
Cemetery Road in Gulf County will be
received by the Gulf County Board of
Commissioners at the Gulf .County
Courthouse, Port St.'Joe, Florida until
7:00 P.M. EST, Tuesday, October 22,
1985 aind then at said office be publicly
opened and read aloud. Copies of con-
tract documents, drawings and
specifications may be obtained at the
office of Baskerville-Donovan
Engineers, Inc., located at 127 West
23rd St., Panama City, FL 32405 upon
payment of $50.00 for each set. Any
bidder except for the successful bid-
der, upon returning, the contract
documents promptly and in good con-
dition will be refunded his full pay-
ment and any non-bidder upon his
returning the contract documents will
be refunded $15.00.
2t 9/26




PIANO FOR SALE .
Wanted: Responsible party
to assume small monthly
payments on piano. See
locally. Call Credit Man-
ager, 1-800-447-4266.


Free Meals Reduced-Price Meals


Year
6,825
9,165
11,505
13,845
16,185
18,525
20,865
23,205


Month
569
764
959
1,154
1,349
1,544
1,739
1,934


Week Year
132 9,712
177 13,043
222 16,373
267 19,703
312 23,033
357 26,363
402 29,693
447 33,023


Month Week
810 187
1,087 251
1,365 315
1,642 379
1,920 443
2,197 507
2,475 572
2,752 636


For each additional member, add
+2,340 +195 +45 +3,330 +278 +65


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HELP_ WANTED


JOB APPLICATION
CHIEF OF POLICE
Applications are being taken
for Chief of Police for a City
of 2,000 residents. Applicant
must meet F.D.L.E. stan-
dards. Education, training
and prior experience will be
considered - salary negoti-
able. Applications may be
picked up at City Hall from
7:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Ap-
plications will be accepted
through 3:30 p.m., October
26, 1985. Contact City Hall,
City of Wewahitchka,
904/639-2605 for further in-
formation. Mail applications
to City of Wewahitchka, Post�
Office Box 966, Wewahitch-
ka, Florida 32465. We are an
Equal Employment Oppor-
tuniity Employer. 4t 9/26
JOB NOTICE
The CITY OF PORT ST.
JOE is accepting applica-
tions for the position of Ac-
count Clerk I. This is entry-
level clerical accounting and
financial recordkeeping
work. An employee in this
class of work is responsible
for maintaining financial re-
cords involving varied but
routine bookkeeping opera-
tions as to data processing
input, balancing reports,
typing reports, purchase
orders, and related docu-
ments. Work also involves
performing other clerical
duties in accordance with
established methods and
procedures. Work. is per-
formed under the immediate
supervision of higher level
supervisory personnel and is
reviewed through observa-
tion of work product for the
achievement of desired
results.
Application forms and a
complete job description
may be obtained at the office
of the City Auditor/Clerk,
Municipal Building, Fifth
Street and Williams Avenue,
Monday through Friday bet-
ween the hours of 8:00 A.M.
and 5:00 P.M.
No applications for this
position will be accepted
after 1:00 P.M., September
27, 1985.
The CITY OF PORT ST.
JOE is an equal opportunity
employer.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: /s/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk


A plastic liquid coating or film can save your-favorite
wallpaper and help insulate your house at the same time.


NOW OPEN

Treasures "N" Tee Shack
Highway 22 * Wewahitchka

(Next to Bake Shop)

Tee Shirts - Souvenirs -

Handcrafts
DROP IN AND SEE US

We'll Be Looking for You!
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Part-time care needed for
semi-invalid. Please call
648-5779.
General laborer, steady
work. Call 648-5476 after 6
p.m.

EARN UP to $5,000 mon-
thly as a Real Estate fore-
closure rep. No license or ex-
perience required. National
Company provides complete
assistance. For info call:
317-839-8900, ext. 2533.
2tp 9/19

GOVERNMENT JOBS
$16,040 - $59,230/yr. Now hir-
ing. Nationwide. Call 805-687-
6000, ext. R-6859 for current
federal list. . 8tp 8/8

POSITION VACANCY
Teacher Aide - Basic Auto-
mobile Mechanics in Gulf
County at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School. Salary range
determined by an approved
Federal Project for 1985-86
only. Application deadline is
October 4, 1985, 3:00 P.M.,
E.D.T. Written application
form is required. Contact
Mr. Edwin G. Williams,
Principal, Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School, Niles
Road, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Telephone: (904) 229-8251.
Applications may be picked
up at the School Office
located near the front en-
trance. The Gulf County
School Board is an equal op-
portunity employer.
It 9/26


Adam Nixon Has First Birthday
Adam Michael Nixon cele- his party were his parents,
brated his first birthday Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nixon;
Tuesday, September 3 with a grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
sailor bear party at his home. Marcus Neel, and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe A. Nixon; and a host
Helping Adam celebrate of relatives and friends.
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Plumbing & Electrical Work

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* Christ Centered Youth Program
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* Where Everyone Is Welcome
* Regular Services Sunday & Wednesday
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ner lot. V4 mile from town
and schools. Fireplace, fully
carpeted floor, Ig. porch with
wrought iron trim & tiled
floor, sep. utility house, 2 car
carport, laundry room. By
appt. only 229-8801.
3tp9/19
For Sale by Owner: 2
mobile homes on 3 lots at 102
5th St., Highland View. One
mobile home has 3 bdrm., 2
full ba., cen. h&a, furnished.
Other unfurnished except
stove & washer. 2 bdrm., 1
ba. with 1 bdrm., Ig.:liv. rm.,
garage, boat shed &.storage
0 rm. built around m.h. Stor-
age rm. can be used for a
business gr whatever. Has
nice shade trees, pecan trees
& scuppernong vine. Also
has Ig. fenced in garden.
Phone 229-6193. 2tp 9/19
14'x70' mobile home, 2
bdrm., 2 bath furnished on �
acre lot at Howard Creek.
Equity and assume pay-
ments. Call 229-8106 or
-229-8520. 2tc 9/26



FOR SALE
5.68 acres land at Over-
street. Located on State
Road 386, 4 miles from
public beach, 1 mile from
boat landing on Inter-
Coastal Canal. 3 acres on
one side.of 386, 2.5 on other
side with over 1,000 feet of
road frontage. Could be
divided into four nice
building plots. A bargain at
$4,500 per acre.
r McNEILL COASTAL
PROPERTIES, INC.
Realtor
Phone 229-6537 or
6484248 for more
information


Mexico Beach, 3 bedroom,
2 bath spectacular cedar
house on large lot, 5 blocks
from the beach, over 1,600
sq. feet behind the new Mor-
mon church, off 386-A. Must
see to appreciate. 314 Robin
Lane. 648-5070. 2tp 9/19
Home at 212 First St., Mex-
ico Beach. Nice house, big
yard. For sale by owner. Va-
cant. Can be shown by owner
between now and October 1.
Priced to sell. 648-5344.
2te9/19
House for sale by owner: 3
bedroom, 2 bath, Ig. yard,
chain link fence, free stand-
ing shed. 606 Maddox St.,
Oak Grove. $35,000. Owner
will finance. Call 229-8375.
4to 9/12
3 bedroo, 1 bath, white
frame house on two lots. Cor-
ner of Joe Ave. and Robert
St., White City. $33,500. Call
229-8361. 3tc9/12
For Sale by Owner: Nice
home in nice neighborhood
located near schools. Home
includes 3 bdrm., 2� ba.,
"large" great groom, effi-
ciency kitchen, formal din.
rm., laundry rm., dbl. car
garage, and Ig. deck in back.
House sits on 1� lots located
at 2005 Juniper Ave. Priced
at $74,500. House includes
many extras! Shown by
appt. only. Absolutely no
drop ins. Call Glen Combs
for appt. 227-1689.
Out of Town Property
For sale by owner: Near
Vernon, FL. 6% acres with 2
bdrms., 1 ba. mobile home
12x60'. Completely furnish-
ed, including washer &
dryer. 200' deep well and,
septic tank. Cen. h&a. Utility
bldg., 329Tft. frontage on For-
tune Pond. Good hunting &
fishing. $18,000 cash. Write
to: G. H. Kessel, P. O. Box
13174L Mexico Beach, FL
32410. 12t7/11


For Sale or Rent: Three
800 sq. ft. 2 bdrm. units town-
houses. Cen. h&a, insul.
doors & windows, carpet,
refrig. & stove. 3rd St., High-
land View. Now available.
Owner will finance. Call
229-6509. tfc 9/5
3 bdrm. house, 10 lots..2
wells, 3 septic tanks,
$25,000.00. 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
227-1456, night 227-1514.
MOVING: PRICE
REDUCED. For sale by
owners: Very nice 2 bdrm., 2
ba. mobile home & lot at St.
Joe Beach. 1� blocks from
Gulf. Call 648-5801 or 229-6600
for more information.

FOR SALE
Established Pizza and
Sandwich Shop.
Serious inquiries by appt.
only. 229-8900. 107 2nd St.,
Port St. Joe.






Furnished house at St. Joe
Beach for rent. Call 648-5306.
tfc 9/26
2 bedroom duplex, furnish-
ed, on the water. $250 a
month, plus security deposit.
Year round, rental. Call
648-5476 after 6 p.m.
2tc 9/26
2 bedroom furnished trail-
er, $200 a month plus deposit.
For more information call
227-7291 after 7 p.m.
For Rent: Available Oc-
tober 1, two bdrm. nice
apartment. $295 per month.
Reasonable damage deposit
required. No Pets! Located
at 606 Woodward Ave.
tfc 9/26
For Rent: Three bedroom
house, partially furnished, at
Indian Pass Beach. Gulf
front. Call 648-5427.
tfe 9/12
For Rent: Mobile home
lots, Rustic Sands Camp-
grounds. 648-5229,
tfc 8/29
Hwy. 98 & 28th St., Mexico
Beach. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. Walk-
ing. distance to beach and
shopping, cen. h&a, washer
hook-up, dishwasher, 3 ceil-
ing fans, new vinyl. $265 per
month lease. Call 385-7714
weekdays, 648-8789 weekend
evenings, or 575-3624 week-
day evenings. tfc 9/5
Room for Rent: By day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. .. tfc 7/8
For Rent: Mini-warehouse
storage. For more informa-
tion call 229-6332, tfce9/_0
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.




YARD SALE: Sept. 28, 803
Marvin Avenue. 10:00 a.m.
till 3:00 p.m. Low prices.
Yard Sale: Friday, 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. 815 Woodward Ave.


1967 Ford Falcon,
automatic, $350. Atlanta as
heater with fan, 21,000 btu
thermostatically controlled,
$100. Toshiba am/fm stereo
amplifier ,with 2 ultra linear
100 speakers, Garrard turn
table, $50. 1 pair ladies'
white boot rink skates, size 7.
Worn only one time. $30. For
more information call
229-8806 or 229-8702. Can be
seen at Lynn's Seafood,
Hwy. 98 in Highland View.
4 pine captain's chairs,
$150; antique dining rm suite
$400; 20 h.p. Johnson motor,
$500; 5 hp. roto tiller, $175.
Call 229-8434 after 4 p.m.,
871-4524 after 6 p.m.
2tp 9/26
Am/fm cassette with
phono player, $50. Atari 2600
with 4 game tapes, $35. Call
229-8036 after 6 p.m.
Gold velvet sofa with mat-
ching chair, extra rust-col-
ored chair included. Glass
top antique brass cocktail
table and end tables. Wood
dinette table w/4 matching
chairs. 648-8928.
1983 Honda XL250R motor-
cycle. Excellent cond. Low
mileage. $700. Call 229-8937.
2tp 9/26
2 all steel buildings 30x40,
40x60. Unassembled, with
drawings and certified
loads. Will sell cheap. Call
Willie at (904) 653-8122.
2tp 9/26
SACRIFICE SALE: 1978
Layton travel trailer. Must
sell immediately. Fully self-
contained and in excellent
condition. Call 229-6506 after
5:30. tfc 9/12
1978 30' Terry travel
trailer, many extras. Like
new. 229-8174 after 6 p.m.
+4! -0119
FREE BEAUTIFUL, VERY
FLUFFY, PLAYFUL K1T,
TENS. Call 229-8803.

ATTENTION SMALL
FAMJLIES: Are you paying
too much for health in-
surance? Mutual of Omaha,
648-8557. 3t9/12
LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, swing frames, pic-
nic tables, lawn chairs, set-
tees, and children's picnic
tables. Call 639-2860.
tfce6/6
FREE Bible study at home
by mail. What does the Bible
say'about God, Christ, salva-
tion, and eternity? You can
study in your home with no
cost and no visits unless you
request. Write: Bible Study,
P. 0. Box 758, Port St. Joe,
FL tfc 9/5
Beautiful limited edition
* prints of Overstreet Post Of-
fice in full color. Only 200
signed & numbered prints.
See them at Telephone Co.
Business Office. Price for
matted and framed print is
only $65.00. tfc 8/1
$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
fabric.
The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151


SPACEVI EW

SATELLITE

SYSTEMS

Sales, Service and
Installation


RAYDX STS Special!
10.5 ft. black ALL aluminum mesh dish,
* STS-LSR remote receiver & actuator com-
bination * 1000 LNB

$209500 Fully Installed
LIMITED TIME ONLY
FOR MORE DETAILS CONTACT
Frank Ritch at 227-1590


1976 22- Apollo boa
h.p. inboard/outboard n
with depth finder, con
cb radio, bilge pump, c
top, stern boarding pla
and heavy duty trailer.
running condition. Ide
scalloping or deep
fishing. Call 227
daytime or 229-8814
ings.

Thermolaire gas
heater, asking $150.
648-8412 after 5 p.m.
21


STEEL ROOFING & SI
American Made
From $9.95 per si
Based on Size, Style &
GOLDEN IND., INC
Gulfport, MS 601-896-6


Owner will finance with
$200 down: 1971 Volkswagen
station wagon, 1972 Datsun
station wagon, 1970 Ford
heavy duty pick-up truck.
Call 648-8588 after 1 p.m.
1969 Ford car, 4-door, $500.
As is. 648-5074. ' 2tp 9/26
1981 Ford Ranger, 4 cyl.
with air cond. $4,000. Call
229-8678. 4tp 9/26
1975 Chevrolet Silverado
truck, 67,000 miles. $950.
229-8922. 2tp 9/26
-1978 2 door Chevette. Very
good gas mileage. 648-5050.
2tp9/26
1979 Pontiac Grand Le-
mans Safari station wagon.
Full power, can be seen at
Buzzett's Drug Store or call
229-8612. $3,500.00. 2tc 9/19
82 Gran Prix LJ black
T-tops, 41,000 miles. Call
Mary Linda Butts. 229-8966
or 229-6182. tfc 8/29





LOST: Male 8 mo. old dog.
20-25 lbs., light brown hair,
curled tall. Pug & terrier
mix. Reward. Call 229-8998
after 5:00 p.m. Lost in the
vicinity of 19th St. & Long.
LOST: Small brown long-.
haired dog with blunt nose.
Part Pekingnese. Answers to
the name of Benji. Family
pet. Last seen on St. Joe
Beach. Reward for return of
Benji. Please call 648-8726.





Want to 'Buy: one or two
lots in Beacon Hill or Port St.
Joe Beach area. Call 593-6065
days or 593-5134 night.
tfc 8/15
Want to Buy: Cash for
mobile home tires and axles.
We remove. Call collect
904/576-8672. 12t 7/11





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.
Norman M. Martin, W.M.
Billy D. Barlow, Sec.
pd.

For
Ambulance
Service

227-1115


t, 135
motor
pass,
anvas
tform
'J-uu


"The most momentuous events of history are always things accomplished that had
been held to be impossible." Pestalozzi

"The first duty of friendship is to leave your friend his illusions." Arthur Schnitzler


SERVICES-


al for PAT'S SITTER SERVICE
) sea Any age, any time.
-1819 Call 639-5554.
even- 2tc 9/26
ss9/26 Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
wall Sunday, 4:00 P.M. E.S.T.
Call Tuesday, 8:00 P.M. E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
We buy, sell and trade us-
ed furniture. Get good prices
for your unwanted furniture.
DING Country Peddler. 229-8966.

Psychological services for
q. anyone with problems in
. Qty. day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
D. ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
6216 Joe, 227-1145 (24 hours)
4tp 9/5 ! .1


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


THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reid Ave. 229-6954
Open 7 Days A Week
Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Sat., 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sun., 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Self service or drop/off
tfc 7/4

Oak Grove
Swirl & Curl
behind Assembly of
God Church
HairCuts ............. $5
Perms ............. $25
Includes Hair Cut
Color & Frost... $10 to $25
Shampoo & Sets ....... $7
For Long Hair...... $10
Open Mon. - Fri. 9-6
Sat. 9-12 .
Call Sandra Parrish
229-6769
3tp9/19


Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
Accounting & Income Tax
Service - Small Business
Individual
Monthly Accounting
Wauneta Brewer
wnerDonna Cannon
Assistant
228 Reid Ave.
Phone 229-8536


, nk it was something I ale



kills bugs for
up to six months,

and saves you about $100 yearly
in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
tfic 7/4


ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





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

GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689
P.o. BOX456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc 7/4


LICENSED PAWNBROKER
WE BUY GOLD & DIAMONDS
WATCH, CLOCK, JEWELRY REPAIR

Golden Gift Emporium
226 REID AVENUE
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456


H.GOLDEN


(904)229-6312
tfc 9/5


JOE ADAMS
CONSTRUCTION
Any Type Building
Commercial *.Residential
State Lic. No. RG0027009
Located across from Health
Dept.
408 Long Avenue
229-6380


WE MOVE
MOBILE HOMES
Insured, Our Work
Guaranteed
Service Work Skirting
Buy and sell mobile home
axles & tires.
639-5645
tfc 9/12



FREDDY the HANDYMAN
Painting - Interior/Exterior
Roofing Shingles,
Remodeling - Need
Something Donie?
Call Freddy Wages
for free estimate
639-2990 or 229-6288
Residential Contractor RRM049057
4tp9/19


St. Joseph Bay
Constructoq
* Residential
.Cc.mercil




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


Need a house cleaner? Call
227-1393 or 229-6769. Experi-
ence in motel & rental clean-
ing also. 4tp9/12

ELECTRICAL WORK
I Old and New
Residential & Commrclal
Call the New Guy In Town
SUNSHINE ELECTRIC
227-1738



BOB'S SMALL
ENGINE REPAIR
Tillers, Chain Saws, Lawn
Mowers & Weed Eaters
Atlantic St., St. Joe Beach
648-5106
tfc9/12


GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Residential & Commercial
* Roofing Repairs & New
Roofs
* Renovations
* New Construction
C. ISTON RAY
904/871-0038
Gen. Contractor #RG0033506
4tp9/12


Leon Pollock, Owner 306 Reid Avenue
410 Reid Avenue tfc 7/4e tfc7/4



The Sewing Room
S410 A Reid Avenue O
pI t S Port St. Joe, Florida a'

'Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"




Hagan Painting
Contractor
Quality Work at Affordable Prices
Commercial & Residential
Pressure Cleaning for Grime & Mildew
FREE ESTIMATES
LARRY HAGAN
Phone 648-8729


, REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE
REFERENCES Phone 229-6374
Call and Talk to Us About Getting
Your Furniture Refinished to
Look Like New.
Across from Duren's Economy Store,
Highway 98
tfc 6/6







Southern Erectors, Inc.
EQUIPMENT RENTAL
BOOM CRANES AIR COMPRESSORS
BACKHOES WELDING EQUIPMENT
DUMP TRUCKS
Phone Day 227-1570
Night 648-8417


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONEi


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151


HANNON REALTY, Inc.
(904) 227-1 'O
FRANK HANNON, Broker
SALES ASSOCIATES
Evenings and Weekends: Roy Smith
Margaret Hale - 648-5659
Frances Chason - 229-8747 Larry McArdle - 227-1551
HOMES
New Listing: Port St. Joe: 3 bedroom, 1V/ bath on 2 lots. Good
neighborhood, $37,500.
'Highland View: 2 bedroom, 1 bath stucco with bay view. Possible owner
financing. $32,000.
Port St. Joe: Downstairs den, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, outside storage, Ig. corner
lot, plenty of space for only $65,000.0
Oak Grove: House in excellent condition, 3 bdrm., 2 bath. Screen porch,
outside storage only $37,000.
Overstreet: Country living at its best. 3 bedroom, 2 bath A-frame on 6
cleared acres, fireplace, $71,000.
NEW LISTING: Ward Ridge, Immaculate frame 3 bedroom, 2 bath, heat
pump, chain link fence, 1 V2 lots on corner. Only $49,500.
Port St. Joe:3 bedroom, 1 bath, cen. h&a, gas log fireplace, enclosed porch,
nice yard, chain link fence, only $29,000.
Price Reduced on like new brick home 3 bedroom, 2 bath, dbl. car garage,
Ig. lot, assumable loan. Now only $79,900.
Port St. Joe: Good rental property. 2 bedroom, 1 ba. $27,000.
Almost new brick 3 bdrm., 2 ba., corner lot, deck & outside storage. $47,850.
Lovely brick home, only 3 yrs.'old, nice neighborhood, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., well-
insulated, garage, fp, screened back porch. $62,000.
Take a look at this. Cozy - starter or retirement home. 2 bdrm., 1 ba., den or
3rd bdrm. Enclosed porch, fenced yd & carport, corner lot, $27,000, Price
Reduced!
Owner Anxious. Great buy, Block & stucco house in good family
neighborhood, Port st. Joe. 3 bdrm., 2 bath. $50,000.
Close to town, newly remodeled, 3 BR, 2 ba. $31,000.
3 BR, 1 ba at 1610 Long Ave. $29,500.
Well kept home. Good retirement home. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry. $45,000.
Nic8 masonry home close to schools. 3 BR, 2 ba, fenced back yard, $48,500.
Port St.-Joe: Older home in established neighborhood, 2 or 3 bdrm., 1V1
bath, outside workshop, covered carport. $42,000.
White City: Mini-farm, pond 3 BR 1 ba. $40,000.
Howard Creek: Owner will donate some "fix-up" labor. Large 2 story 5 BR 2
ba Franklin stove, screen porch, util. room, $47,900.
Cape San Bias: Large great room, screen porch, 2 bedroom, 3 bath.
$168,500.1.5 acres gulf-front.
THE BEACHES
St. Joe Beach: PRICE REDUCED, OWNER READY TO SELL. Large frame
Pome, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, fireplace, new carpet, new kitchen cabinets. Now on-
ly $50,000.
St. Joe Beach: New Listing: 3 bdrm., 2 bath house on Hwy. 98. Extra lot on
Desoto. Excellent buy at $80,000.
St. Joe Beach: Stilt house 2 BR 1'/ ba., den or study, util. rm., carport.
$69,500. RESIDENTIAL LOTS
St. Joe Beach: Lot 75x130' corner of Coronado and Americus, $15.000.
Stonemlll Creek Area: 40 acres, cleared land, $.40,000.
Gulf Aire: Gulf front 65'x180', $55,900.
Cape San Blas: Gulf front 2.34 acres, $100,000.
St. Joe Beach: 1 block from water, 3 lots together 50'x 125' each. Total price
$45,000.
Mexico Beach: 100'x100' with water hook-up only $8,800.
Ward Ridge: One lot 75'x150', $6,600.
Jones Homestead: 2 acres, $8,400.
St. Joe Beach: One 50'x125' lot 1 block from beach, $16,000.
TOWNHOUSES
Gulf Pines: Duplex, 3 bdrm., 3 be. each side. $176,000.
Cape San Bias Beach: 2 BR 2/2 bha. $80,000.
COMMERCIAL LOTS
Wewahitchka: 80 acres east of town, about 40 acres of timber, $69,000.
Port St. Joe: Close to business district, 50x170' lot. $8,000.
St. Joe Beach: Prime waterfront property. Last large tract at St. Joe Beach
suitable for development. 231 ft. on highway and waterfront.
White City. One acre near canal, $33,300.
Overstreet: Two acre plots on Intercoastal Canal $16,000 ea.
Port St. Joe: Downtown 60'x90' corner lot, $18,000.
FOR RENT
Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, den, self-clean oven, dishwasher, damage deposit
required. $550 per month.


PAGE NINE


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PAGE TEN The Star, Port St. Joe, Fla.



Congressman

Don Fuqua

Reports




President Reagan has signed The federal budget deficit is
the disaster relief declaration for causing large investments in the
Franklin and Levy Counties United States from overseas
along with Manatee and Pin- because of the strong value of
ellas. The bulk of the damage in the dollar. We must reduce the
the Second District occurred in federal budget deficit and I am
Franklin, Wakulla and Levy pleased to be able to report pro-
Counties and I am pleased that gress in the House of Represen-
the President honored the re- tatives on plans for a balanced
quest of Governor Graham for budget before the end of the
Franklin and Levy. The request decade.
for Wakulla County is awaiting Being a debtor nation will
Presidential action and I have not change the way you or I live
urged the President to approve today. It could, however, have
it. harsh ramifications for our
Now the cleanup can begin. children and our children's
Areas covered by national flood children and it is up to us to
insurance will be eligible for remedy this situation by reduc-
SBA, Farmers Home and other ing the deficit and curbing
forms of federal assistance, imports.
Roads need to be rebuilt and life
restored to normalcy. � * * *
We can all be grateful that
no one died as a direct result of The House Committee on
Hurricane Elena and, with Government Operations, on
federal assistance, property which I serve as Senior
damage can be restored. I have Democratic Member, has done
worked closely with local, state extensive work on federal pro-
and federal officials and will con- curement contract fraud and
tinue my efforts to insure that abuse. We have uncovered
federal aid is .applied where many examples where the
needed. This is a massive job government is overpaying for
and will take weeks and months. goods and services and some of
these cases are clear examples
* * * of fraud.
I am pleased, therefore, with
- For the first time in over 70 the recent action of Attorney
years, the United States is a General Edwin Meese, in an--
debtor nation. This means that nouncing a program aimed at
we owe more to foreign nations this white collar crime. Among
than is owed to us. other actions, Meese's plan
The two major factors caus- would raise the penalties for
ing this situation are our worsen- such crime and would expedite
ing balance of payments deficit court procedures.
and the federal budget deficit. Overall, it is estimated that
Simply put, we import far the federal government loses
more than we export and I am billions of dollars a year through
pleased that President Reagan fraud and incompetence by
has modified his opposition to federal contractors, and this
trade legislation now before the American people will not
Congress. I have always believ- tolerate.
ed in free trade but it must be I am glad the Attorney
fair trade and too many of our General has announced these
trading partners, such as Japan actions and I want to assure
and Western Europe, subsidize you that the Government Op-
their exports. They must show erations Committee will be
greater willingness to permit im- carefully analyzing his plan
ports of American made goods and the results to determine
or face retaliation by the United if further congressional action is
States. needed.

Say You Saw It In The Star!!


THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1985


Estimates 95% of Fish Destroyed


Elena Kills St.


The freshwater fishery on the St.
Vincent National Wildlife Refuge was
practically eliminated by Hurricane
Elena according to Refuge Manager
Jerry Holloman. Therefore, public fish-
ing was closed as of September 20. The
majority of the fish in Lakes 1,2,3,4 and
Oyster Pond were affected. The fish kill
in the lakes was an estimated 95 percent;
the surviving fish consists almost
entirely of spotted gar.
The fish kill occurred during the
September 10-13 period. Fishery biolo-


Vincent


gists first obtained water chemistry
information September 14. Follow up
information was obtained September 16
and 18. In every case dissolved oxygen
(DO) was the problem. Most freshwater
fish begin to have problems if dissolved
oxygen levels are reduced to 3ppm or
lower. The refuge lakes and Oyster Pond
had-dissolved oxygen levels of ippm on
September 14.

Fishery biologists believe that the 3-4
days of cloudy weather during Elena's


travels along Florida'
coupled with associated
and turbulent water prod
winds, caused lake tur
mixing. During lake tur
with varying amounts
oxygen are mixed. During
cloudy weather normal
tion did not occur during
Therefore, oxygen deplel
the fish kill occurred. I
made. to rehabilitate a
lakes.


Fishing
's Gulf Coast, Public fishing can possibly be
heavy rainfall reopened within approximately three
uced by 100 mph years. The public will be informed of
n overs and-or progress. In the meantime the public is
rn overs, layers invited to visit St. Vincent for other types
s of dissolved of outdoor recreation such as birdwatch-
ig the extremely ing, wildlife observation, photography or
oxygen produc- hunting. For information about these and
tion resulted and other permitted activities write the
Plans are being Refuge Manager, St. Vincent National
and restock the Wildlife Refuge, P.O. Box 447, Apalachi-
cola, Florida 32320 (904) 653-8808.


Don't Forget Steel Shot When You Hunt Ducks


Don't forget the steel shot.
That's the message the
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission is telling Flori-
da sportsmen who plan on
duck hunting this year.
The Commission has re-
cently established season
dates and nontoxic steel shot
areas for the coming water-
fowl season.
The
regular duck and coot season
is split into two phases; Nov.
27-Dec. 1 and Dec. 10-Jan. 13.


Last year, an estimated
three percent of the nation's
waterfowl died from lead
poisoning, said Tom Good-
win, chief of the Commis-
sion's Bureau of Wildlife
Resources. Lead poisoning
results in an estimated 1.6 to
2.4 million waterfowl deaths
annually, or 10 times more
birds than are harvested
each year by Florida hunt-
ers.
The problem arises long
after the last shot of hunting
season has, been fired as


waterfowl ingest spent lead
pellets accidentally as food
or grit. An ingested .pellet
travels to the bird's gizzard
where it dissolves into toxic
salts and enters the blood-
stream. Within days, the bird
may die from lead poisoning
but the effects are generally
more long term.
"An estimated 3,000 tons of
lead shot are deposited an-
nually in our nation's wet-
lands," Goodwin said. "It's
in these areas where lead


Proclaims Hunting, Fishi


, .Inl'fffort to reach young
people, many of whom have
never had the opportunity to
enjoy hunting and fishing,
Sept. 28.has been proclaimed


Hunting and Fishing Day in
Florida by Governor Bob
Graham.
The Game and Fresh Wa-
ter Fish Commission joins


with sportsmen's clubs and
other conservation groups in
Florida to observe National
Hunting and Fishing Day.
National Hunting and Fish-


Weight Control Program Set


Edwin R. Ailes, Executive
Director of the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc., has
announced that the clinic is
accepting participants in the
clinic's next "Weight Control
Program". The program will
start Thursday, October 10 at
7:00 p.m. This program will
last for ten weeks and will be
particularly designed for
participants who are inter-
ested in weight loss and
management of thirty
pounds or less.


MINUTES. ..


The Gulf County School
Board met in special session
on August 5, 1985 at 5:15 PM
in the Gulf County Court-
house in Port St. Joe. The
following members were pre-
sent: Oscar Redd, Waylon
Graham, Gene Raffield, Ted
Whitfield, James Hanlon.
The Superintendent was also
present.
Chairman Redd presided
at the meeting.
. The Superintendent pre-
sented the Budget for 1985-86.
On motion by Raffield, sec-
ond by Whitfield, the Board
voted unanimously to ap-
prove the tentative budget as
presented.
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Graham, the
Board voted unaimofisly to
approve the following per-
sonnel matters for the school
year 1985-86;
Approved the transfer of
Jean Peters from Wewahit-
chka High School to Port St.
Joe High School;
Approved the employment
of Joni Rekstis as an English
teacher at Wewahitchka
High School;
Approved the employment
of Thomas Collins as a Math
teacher at Wewahitchka
High School;
Approved the employment
of Jerry Rich as a science
teacher at Wewahitchka
High School. Mr. Rich was
-transferred from Port St. Joe
High School;
Approved the employment
of Teresa Joanne Wilson as a
Middle School teacher ,at
Wewahitchka High School;
Approved the employment
of Michael Keller as a math
teacher at Port St. Joe High
School;
Approved the employment
of Sarah Dianne Goins as a
teacher of the Emotionally
Handicapped at Port St. Joe
High School;
Approved the employment
of Martha Weimorts as Com-
puter Literacy teacher at
Port St. Joe High School;
Approved the employment
of Joe Edward Brown as a
Junior High English teacher
at Port St. Joe High School;
Approved a request that
Linda Wright be allowed to
work four days during the
week of August 5-9 instead of
August 13-16 due to health
reasons;
Approved Matthew Walker
and Rusty Wood to work in
the Maintenance Depart-


ment for the summer of 1985;
Approved Greg Layfield
for temporary work with the
renovation of Port St. Joe
High School's Science Pro-
ject;
Approved that Willie Jones
be terminated from assistant
mechanic at Port St. Joe Bus
Barn effective July 26, 1985;
Approved John Wood for
temporary employment as
assistant mechanic at Port
St. Joe Bus Barn effective
July 25, 1985.-
On motion by Hanlon,
second by Raffield, the
Board voted unanimously to
approve the School Food
Service Agreement for the
1985-86 school'year.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Graham, the
Board voted unanimously to
advertise a change in School
Board Policy regarding
Terminal Pay for- Admini-
strative and non-instruction-
al employees.
The Board instructed the
Superintendent to void all
salary checks not cashed
after six months from date of
issue.
There being no further
'business, the meeting ad-
journed.

The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on August 6, 1985 at 9:00 AM
in the Gulf County Court-
house in Port St. Joe. The
following members were pre-
sent: Oscar Redd, Waylon
Graham, Gene Raffield, Ted
Whitfield, James Hanlon.
The Superintendent was also
present.
Chairman Redd presided
and the meeting was opened
with prayer by Graham and
followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
Charles Carter met with
the Board expressing con-
cern over the non-renewal of
contract for bus driver, Li-
vern Ayers.
On motion by Graham,
second by Hanlon, the min-
utes of July 9, 18, 1985 were
unanimously approved.
Superintendent Wilder re-,
ported that he had met with
the Director of the Associa-
tion and staff at the Gulf
County 'Retarded Citizens
Center relative to their facili-
ty needs. The Board instruct-
ed the Superintendent to
assist the center in any way
possible with their needs.


On motion by Hanlon,
second by Raffield, the
Board unanimously ap-
proved Joe Brock for trash
pick-up and removal from
Highland View Elementary
School and Ike Mincy to
collect swill from all schools
in Gulf County for the 1985-86
school year:
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Raffield, the
Board approved "Offer vs
Serve" in all schools for the
1985-86 school year.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Graham, the
Board-voted unanimously to
approve the lowest and best
bids on the following:
Bleachers- Diversified
Aluminum, Inc., $32,355.00;
School Food Service Bid
No. 85-1, Bread Products,
entire year- Flowers Bak-
ing Company;
Quarterly Bids (Frozen-
Chilled; Processed Food-
stuffs)- Daffin Mercantile
Company; The Eli Witt Com-
pany; Lance, Inc.; Panama
City Paper Company; Phil-
lips Meats and Seafood; P. R.
Harrell & Sons; Sysco-Gulf
Atlantic; T. T. Todd Com-
pany;
School Food Service, Non-
Food Bid- Calico Indus-
tries; Sysco-Atlantic; Ameri-
can Restaurant; Edward
Don and Company;
Deep Fat Fryer- Ameri-
can Restaurant Supply Com-
pany.
On motion by Graham,.
second by Whitfield, the
Board voted unanimously to
approve the following per-
sonnel matters for the 1985-86
school year:
Approved the employment
of Lee Ann Stafford to teach
seventh grade science at
Port St. Joe High School;
Approved the employment
of"Cecil J. Jones as a bus
driver for the Overstreet
route;
Approved Phyllis Gortman
as part-time bus driver in the
Wewahitchka area, Lister's
Road;
Approved Lenore Hall as
part-time bus driver in the
Wewahitchka area;
Approved to retain Cecil
Costin as School Board At-
torney;
A motion was made by
Whitfield, second by Hanlon
to re-appoint Barbara Eu-
banks to a teacher aide
position in the Gulf County
School System. The motion


According to Ailes, the
purpose of the clinic's
"Weight Control Program"
is to provide individuals with
psychological and behavioral
techniques for weight loss
and weight management.
Techniques of behavior
modification combined, with
basic nutritional information
are provided to assist indivi-
duals with managing their
weight on a permanent basis.
According to Ailes, the pro-
gram at the clinic is designed
to help individuals in "de-


veloping the skills of effec-
tive weight loss and lifetime
weight management."
Anyone interested in the
Gulf County Guidance Clinic
Weight Control Program
should contact Ailes at 227-
1145. Individuals will be
interviewed individually and
then seen on a weekly basis
in a small group at the clinic.
Enrollment in the program is
limited so potential partici-
pants should call the clinic
and register at the earliest
possible date.


poisoning is most acute."
"Steel shot is coming,"
Goodwin stressed. "When
and to what extent has yet to
be determined, but there's no
doubt this nation's water-
oowlers will be required to
use steel shot in more and
more areas in coming
years."
Opposition to steel shot is
largely based on a lack of
understanding, Goodwin
said. Most hunters don't
know the performance differ-
ences between lead shot and


ing Day

ing Day was established in
1972 to recognize the contri-
butions to conservation by
sportsmen. The original con-
cept has since been expanded
with numerous activities de-
signed to make the general
public more aware of the
need for wise management
and utilization of our wildlife
and natural resources.
Emphasis is also placed on
exposing young people, as
well as adults isolated by
urban living, to sound wild-
life and resource manage-
ment principles. This educa-
tional experience has be-
come increasingly important
as the majority of young
people have become more
and more removed from the
realities of nature in the wild.
Through license fees, spe-
cial taxes and contributions,
hunters and fishermen con-
tribute $500 million a year for
conservation and wildlife
management programs in
the United States. Last year,
Florida sportsmen contri-
buted $10 million through the
purchase of hunting and
fishing licenses.
"Revenue obtained from
hunters and fishermen helps
conserve and manage the
state's wildlife and freshwa-
ter fisheries resources to
.ensure, the protection of our
environment and natural re-
sources," said Col. Robert M.
Brantly, executive director
of the Commission. "All
game and nongame wildlife
benefit from the programs
funded by sportsmen."
The governor said he urges
all Floridians to join in a
renewed dedication to the
wise use of our natural
resources so they can be
perpetuated for future gen-
erations.
Anyone interested in parti-
cipating in National Hunting
and Fishing Day activities
can contact their local
sportsmen's groups or other
conservation organizations.


steel shot, nor how these
differences are accomodated
for in the field. But extensive
field testing has proved that,
although steel shot is not the
same as lead, it is effective
over the same ranges.
Goodwin said that hunters
who are willing to learn
which loads, chokes, leads
and other factors are needed
with steel shot will see that it
works.
The Commission has de-
signated 13 areas in Florida
in which the use of nontoxic
steel shot is required in all
gauges of shotguns when
hunting ducks. A list of the
areas is available from the
Commission's regional of-
fices or state headquarters.
In addition to a Florida
hunting license, waterfowl
hunters, unless specifically


exempt, are required to
possess federal duck stamps
(if 16 years of age or older)
and state waterfowl stamps
(if age 15-64). Hunting licen-
ses and Florida waterfowl
stamps may be purchased
from county tax collectors or
their subagents. Federal wa-
terfowl stamps may be pur-.
chased from the U. S. Postal
Service.
For more information ori
steel shot or migratory game
bird regulations, hunters can
contact the Commission's
regional offices. Toll-free
telephone numbers for the
regional offices are: North-
west Region, 1-800-342-1676�
Central Region, 1-800-342-
9620; Northeast Region, 1-
800-342-8105; South Region;
1-800-282-8002; and Ever-
glades Region, 1-800-432-20461


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wag carried with Graham,
Whitfield, Hanlon, Redd vot-
ing YEA and Raffield voting
NAY.
On motion by Hanlon,
second by Raffield, the'
Board voted unanimously to
participate in the Northwest
Florida Drug Council for the
1985-86 school year.
On motion by Graham,
second by Raffield, the
Board voted to help fund the
transportation program for
Port St. Joe area students
commuting to Tom P. Haney
and Gulf Coast Community
College and the agreed rate
was at $20.00 per day for up
to 195 days during the fiscal
year 1985-86.
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Hanlon, the Board
voted unanimously that the
bills be paid.
The Board set Friday,
September 20, 1985 at 5:15
PM as the date for final
hearing on budget.
On motion by Graham,
second by Hanlon, the Board
unanimously approved the
following matters:
- Approved Elizabeth Kemp
Wood to withdraw from
Wewahitchka High School
and enter the Gulf County
Adult Institute;
Approved an Agreement
between Gulf County School
Board and Delta Engineer-
ing, Inc. to complete techni-
cal assistance audits for Port
St. Joe High School and
Wewahitchka High School;
Accepted Internal Audits
for all schools.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on
September 10, 1985 at 5:30
PM.
The Gulf County School
Board met in special session
on August 20, 1985 at 4:00 PM
in the Gulf County Court-
house in Port St. Joe. The
following members were pre-
sent: Oscar Redd, Waylon
Graham, Gene Raffield, Ted
Whitfield, James Hanlon.
The Superintendent was also
present.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Graham, the
Board unanimously ratified
and accepted the Agreement
between the Gulf County
School Board and the Gulf
County Classroom Teacher
Association for the 1985-86
school year. This Agreement
includes instructional salary


schedule for the 1985-86.
school year.
On motion by Hanlon,
'second by Raffield, the
Board unanimously ap-
proved the Administrators
and Non-Instructional salary
schedules for the 1985-86
school year.
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Hanlon, the Board
voted unanimously to ap-
prove the following personnel
matters for the 1985-86 school
year:
Approved the employment
of Joe Burleson to teach
American History at Port St.
Joe High School;
Approved the employment
of Donna Fettinger to teach
Title I classes at Port St. Joe
High School;
Approved the employment
of Lynn Kane to teach EMH
classes at Port St. Joe High
School;
Approved the employment
of Andrew Mason to teach 8th
grade History at Port St. Joe
High School;
Accepted the resignation of
Beverly McLeod, effective
August 16, 1985;
Accepted the resignation of
Loretta Green;
- Accepted the resignation of
Arthur Green, effective Au-
gust 15, 1985;
Accepted the resignation of
Nancy Kilpatrick.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Whitfield, the
Board unanimously ap-
proved the Budget Amend-
ments, Cost Accounting &
Financial Report for the
school year 1984-85.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Hanlon, the Board
voted unanimously to ap-
prove the following matters:
Approved a Resolution of
the Gateway Education Com-
puter Consortium and Con-
tracts for MSA Payroll-Per-
sonnel for the school year
1985-86;
Approved Chapter II Pro-
jects for 1985-86;
Approved Federal Assist-
ance for the Education of the
Handicapped (P.L. 91-230)
for the 1985-86 school year;
Approved Preschool Han-
dicapped Incentive Applica-
tion for the 1985-86 school
year;
Approved a Job Descrip-
tion for Peer Teacher and
PRIME: GEM Team Leade-
er.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


Gulf County School Board


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CENTER CUT PORK LOINCHOPS........... $178
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/ SLICED PICNICS ................... .ib 78
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PICNIC CENTER SLICES................ . $18
SMOKED PORK HOCKS................. Lb. 88
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PORKTAILS &NECKBONES .. .......... L. 48'
Tablerite Thin Sliced (Family Pak)
BREAKFAST PORK LOIN CHOPS.......... Lb. "1


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PAGE TWELVE The Star, Port St. Joe, Fla

Notice to Taxpayers of Gulf County
The proposed operating budget expenditures
of the Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners are 21.6% more than last year's total
operating expenditures. Proposed capital outlay
item expenditures are 25.6% less than last year's
total budgeted capital outlay item expenditures.
The total of all appropriations in all funds (less
cash carry forward) is 1.4% less than last year's
total appropriations in all funds.
Pursuant to Section 129, Florida Statutues, NOTICE is
hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners, of
Gulf County, Florida, has adopted a tentative budget for the
several County funds, including Federal Revenue Sharing for
the. fiscal year beginning October 1, 1985, and ending
September 30, 1986; pursuant to Section 129.01(2) (B), both
the receipts and appropriations division reflect the approx-
imate division of expenditures between county-wide expen-
ditures and non-county wide expenditures and the division of
county revenues derived from or on behalf of the county as a
' whole and county revenues derived from or on behalf of. a
municipal service, taxing unit, special district,, unincorpor-
ated area, service area, program area, or otherwise not
received for or on behalf of the county as a whole; that said
Board will be in session on September 30, 1985 at 7:00 P.M.;
EDT, for the purpose of holding a public hearing to discuss
this budget with any person or persons; firm or corporation
interested in the budget, to-wit:
Estimate of Revenues and Receipts
GENERAL FUND
Gulf County for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30~,19$6
Current Ad Valorem Taxes................ $... 1,447,238.00
Beach Driving Permits ................... 1,000.00
State Grant-Community Services..........:.. 1,094.00
State Grant - Medical Examiner's Program.... 2,000.00
State Grant - Aid to Libraries .................. 7,465.00
State Revenue Sharing Proceeds ............. 99,626.00
Insurance Agents County Licenses............. 580.00
Alcoholic Beverages Licenses ................. 3,500.00
Racing Tax ; ............................. 45,000.00
One-half Cents Sales Tax ........ ........ 111,676.00
Mosquito Funds: Port St. Joe.... ............. 6,000.00
Mosquito Funds: Wewahitchka............... 2,000.00
Landfill: Mexico Beach ................... 3,000.00
Fees: Tax Collector ........................... 35,000.00
Fees. Clerk Circuit Court.................... 139,500.00
Fees: Clerk Circuit Court- Child Support......: 45,520.00
Fees: Clerk County Court ................... 5,700.00
Fees: Property Appraiser................... 1,900.00
Fees: County Extension Service ............. 1,750.00
Fees:-Ambulance..... .................. 8,000.00
Miscellaneous Revenue ....................... 500.00
Police Education.............................. 1,200.00;
Rent: County Building - Wewahitchka ......... . 10,922.00
Reimbursement: Commodity Program ....... 2,400.00
Reimbursement: From HRS for Child
Support Services ....................... 700.00
Budgeted Transfer - Federal Revenue Sharing 56,000.00,
Civil Defense Matching Funds. ............... 17,829.00
Less5% ............................ 102,885.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .................... 1,954,215.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ... 154,000.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances....... 2,108,215.00
Estimated Expenses
GENERAL FUND
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Salary- Commissioners..."*.................... 54,970.00
Fica Taxes.................................. 3,917.00
Retirement ................................... 9,329.00
Life and Health Insurance................... 81,093.00
Insurance -Workmen'p Compensation .......... 48,500.00
Uneriployment'C6inpensation.. . .. ....- 500W00W
Medical Exams for County Employees......... 1,000.00
Professional Services-Engineer .............. 2,000.00
Professional Services- Audit ........-....... 21,000.00
TravelinCounty (Chapter61-596)............. 7,500.00
Insurance on C-house, Bonds, Amb., Liab. ..... 47,000.00
Repair and Maintenance: Equipment......... 12,802.00
Legal Advertising....................... .. 4,070.00
Dues................ ............. ....... ...... 500.00.
Budgeted Transfer - Capital Outlay Fund ...... 160,000.00
CLERK OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION
Salary-Deputies.......................... 49,049.00
Fica ...... . ..................... ............ 3,494.00
Retirement .................................... . 6,004.00
Travel and Per Diem........................ 292.00
Communications............................ 4,490.00
Office Supplies................................ 9,914.00
NewEquipment............................. .584.00
COUNTY ATTORNEY
Contract Salary....................... 6,883.00
Professional Services-Billings .............. 1,900.00
PROPERTY APPRAISER BUDGET .......... 123,932.00
TAX COLLECTOR BUDGET................. 137,459.00
TAX ADJUSTMENT BOARD
Professional Services ......... .......... 500.00'.
CLERK OF THE COURT
Salary- Clerk .:.....................:.. 35,729.00
Salaries - Deputies ............... 82,104.00
Fica .............. . . .............. ..... . 8,396.00
Retirement ............................. 16,113.00
Contract Index,.......................... 1,451.00
TravelandPerDiem.....:..................... 1,470.00
Insurance and Bonds....................:..... 78.00
Office and Supplies......................... 15,121.00
Repair and Maintenance: Equipment.......... 253.00
Dues............ . . ........ ......... 551.00
NewEquipment.............................. 989.00
CIRCUIT COURT OPERATIONS
Professional Services for InsolventCases...:.. 5,233.00
Office Supplies................................ 1,496.00
New Equipment............................. 567.00
COUNTY COURT JUDGE
Salaries - Non-Payroll................ . .. 1,000.00
Travel........ .... : ...... .............. . .... 500.00
Repair and Maintenance: Equipment......... 100.00
OfficeSupplies................................ 500.00
EducationalCosts............................. 500.00
.Dues.. . ................................... . 135.00
CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT
SSalaries: Deputies ........................ 23,520.00
Fica ... .. .................. ... . ...... ..... 1,831.00
:Retirement...................... ...... . . 2,879.00
SGroup Life and Health Insurance ............. 1,259.00
Attorney.................................... 3,500.00
E.D.P. Services.............................. 600.00
STravel and Per Diem.......................... 2,150.00
Communications.............................. 6,000.00


Equipment Rental ............................ 1,200.00
Printing & Reproduction .................. .... 2,000.00
Office Supplies ................................ 2,071.00
PUBLIC DEFENDER: RENTALS and
LEASES ............... . ......... .. 1,200.00
COURT REPORTER
Salary ........................................ 1,000.00
Fica ........................................... 72.00
Retirement .... ........................... 122.00
Services ...................................... 1,720.00
Office Supplies................................ 55.00
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS BUDGET..... 53,806.00
ELECTION EXPENSES .................... 12,081.00
COUNTY COURTHOUSE - MAINTENANCE
Salary -Custodian and Janitors................ 36,746.00
SFica ... ................... ... ................. 2,593.00
:- Retirement ............................... 4,499.00-
Communications... ....................... 294.00
Utilities ....................................... 76,383.00


a. THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1985
Repair and Maint.: Building & Grounds........ 10,815.00
Tools & Small Implements. ................. 284.00.
New Equipment.............................. 11,140.00
COUNTY BUILDING - WEWA MAIN-
TENANCE
Contractural Services: Janitorial.............. 500.00
Utilities... ......................... 5,541.00
Repair & Maint.: Bldgs. & Grounds ........... 1,800.00
COUNTY PLANNING
Apalachee Regional Planning Council: Dues ... 5,000.00
COUNTY DEVELOPMENT
Professional Services : Publicity ............. 2,000.00
.COUNTY VETERAN'S SERVICE OFFICE
Salaries .................................. 14,131.00
Fica .......................................... 1,007.00
Retirement .............................. 1,730.00
Travel and Per Diem.................. ...... 1,265.00
Communications ... ...................... 400.00
Office Supplies.. ....................... 150.00
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT
Water & Sewer Feasibility Study............... 10,000.00
County Fire Control Contract ............... 9,660.00
LAW ENFORCEMENT
Law Enforcement - Educational Costs ......... 9,458.95
CIVIL DEFENSE
Salaries and Wages ............................. 25,494.00
Fica Taxes................................ 1,817.00
Retirement ............... ............ 3,121.00
Travel and Per Diem......................... 250.00
Communications.. ...................... 850.00
Postage and Freight ...................... 90.00
Bonds and Insurance...................... 300.00
Repair and Maintenance: Equipment .......... 1,000.00
Legal Advertising.......................... 25.00
Office Supplies............................ - 200.00
Operating Supplies.......................... 400.00
Gas, Oil & Lubricants ..................... 300.00
Dues and Membership ..................... 200.00
Equipment ..; ............................ 1,000.00
MEDICAL EXAMINER
* Professional Services ............. ...... 10,000.00
MOSQUITO CONTROL
Salaries and Wages ......................... 230,095.00
Fica ........ ............... ........ 16,394.00
Retirem ent .......................... ........ 28,164.00
Travel and Per Diem........................... 400.00
Communications.............................. 1,992.00
Utilities... . ... ........... ................. 4,850.00
Rentals and Leases ........................... 225.00
Insurance......... ....... ................. 6,915.00
Repair and Maint.: Bldg. & Grounds .......... 4,500.00
Payment to Other Government Agencies...'.... 300.00
Legal Advertising............................. 20.00
Office Supplies ................................. 400.00
OperatingSupplies....... -.............. ..... 4,760.00
Gas, Oil, Lubricants......................... 40,948.69
Repair and Maintenance: Equipment .......... 68,750.00
Insecticides and Chemicals ........ ........ 6,550.00,
Tools and Small Implements .. ..:.. .. ... 1,475.00
Dues and Memberships ... ........ ......... 10.00
New Equipment..:........................ 23,000.00
COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Repair and Maintenance ................. ... 2,000.00
MENTAL HEALTH
Gulf Co. Guidance - Contract........... 2,756.00
Gulf Co. Retarded Citizens - Contract.......... 2,20Q.00
Mental Health-Baker Act..................... 7,700.00
Panhandle Alcoholism Council Contract ....... 2,205.00
Senior Adult Guidance Program ............. 4,500.00
Senior Adult Guidance Program .............:, 262.00
Big Bend Health Council .................... 500.00
Aid to Gulf Co. Assoc. for Retarded Citizens .... 7,000.00
AMBULANCE - WEWAHITCHKA
Travel and Per Diem........................i. 793.75
Communications........ ................ 4,244.05
Utilities .. .........: .................... ..... 1729.86
Repair-aud Maint.: Bldgs. & Grounds. .. ...... 110.25
Repair and Maint.: Equipment ................ 2,810.94
Office Supplies.............................. 303.77
Operating Supplies........................... 3,361.92
Gas, Oil, Lubricants.......................... ... 3,582.42
Education Costs............................. 3,394.90
New Equipment............................. 1,372.99
AMBULANCE - PORT ST. JOE
Salaries ................................. ... 82,198.00
Overtim e ................... ................ 3,017.00
Fica . .................................... 6,072.00
Retirement ................................. 10,430.00
Communications.............................. 850.00
Utilities....................................... 1,600.00
Repair & Maint.: Bldgs. & Grounds...:........ 1,500.00
Repair & Maint.: Equipment .................. 3,500.00
Office Supplies................................ 1,250.00
Operating Supplies.......................... 2,000.00
Gas, Oil, Lubricants........................ 7,500.00
Dues .... ........ ................... 200.00
Equipment ................................... 1,300.00
WELFARE
Medicaid-Hospital .t.......................... 23,797.00
Medicaid- Nursing Home Personnel.......... 12,318.00
COMMODITY PROGRAM
Non-Payroll - Senior Citizens .................. 1,200.00!
Traveland Per Diem....................... 250.00
Communications- Telephone .................. 200.00
Postage. . ....... ............................30.00
Repair and Maintenance.................. 250.00
Office Supplies......... ............. ........ 400.00
Operating Supplies................. ......... . 250.00
Equipment .................................. 1,000.00
LIBRARIES
Northwest Regional Library: Local.......... 26,696.00
Northwest Regional Library: State ............ 7,465.00
EXTENSION SERVICE
Salaries and Wages .................... 23,960.00
Fica ........ . ............ ....................... 1,707.00
Retirement .................................. 2,933.00
TravelandPerDiem.......................... 2,220.00
. Communication............................... 1,000.00
Repair and Maint.: Equipment.............. . 100.00
PromotionalAwards & Scholarships........... 2,000.00
Office Supplies............................... 300.00
Insecticides & Chemicals...................... 1,750.00
County Agent Association Dues............... 50.00
SOIL CONSERVATION
State Forestry Soil Conservation Contract...... 1,000.00
Total Appropriations....................... $2,061,347.49
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... 25,000.00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward 21,867.51
Total Budget (Should equal amt. avail.
forbudgeting) ................. ......... $2,108,215.00
Estimate of Revenues and Receipts
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND


Current Ad Valorem Taxes ..................: $ 491,814.00
State Revenue Sharing .................... 2,753.00
One-half Cent Sales Tax ..................... 64,324.00
Fees ... ............................ 6,950.00
Work Release Program ... ........ ; 1,200.00
Court Fines and Costs ...................... 37,550.00
Probation Fees - County Judge .............. 20,000.00
Budgeted Transfer - Federal Revenue Sharing 37,374.00
Total Estimated Receipts .................. 661,965.00
Less% ....... : ................... ............ 33,098.00
95% of Estimated Receipts ................... 628,867.00
Balances to Be Brought Forward: Cash........ 36,795.83
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances........ $ 665,662.83
ESTIMATED EXPENSES: FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
LAW ENFORCEMENT ... .............. 532,604.78
DETENTION AND CORRECTION ........... 93,558.05
COUNTY JUDGE - PROBATION SERVICES 21,000.00
Total Appropriations..... ................. 647,162.83


Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... 6,500.00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward 2,000.00
TOTAL BUDGET (Should equal
amount available for budgeting) ....... $ 655,662.83
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS
COUNTY ROAD & BRIDGE SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
State Revenue Sharing .................... 20,084.00
Mobile Home License Tax ................... 2,470.00
Racing Tax ................................ 161,000.00
County Surplus - Second Gas Tax ............. 69,825.00
71 Pour Over Trust Fund....................... 160,099.00
Budgeted Transfer - Federal Revenue Sharing 22,596.00
Total Estimated Receipts ..................... 436,074.00
Less5%................... .......... 21,804.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .................... 414,270.00
Balances to Be Brought Forward: Cash ........ 215,153.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances........ 629,423.00
Estimated Expenses
COUNTY ROAD & BRIDGE - SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
COUNTY ROAD & BRIDGE TRANSPORTATION


Salaries . . . . . . . . .................. .........
Fica .. ........................................
Retirem ent ......................... .. .........
Travel and Per Diem......................
Communications............... .... .....
Utilities..................... ................
Repair & Maint.: Bldg. & Grounds .............
Repair & Maint.: Equipment .. .............
Legal Advertising ................... ..........
Office Supplies...... ............... ............
Operating Supplies..........................
Gasoline & Lubricants.....................
Tools and Small Implements ..................
Materials for Construction & Maint.........
Dues............................ ........
R/W and Permanent Easements...............
New Equipment........ .............
Total Appropriations..........................
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) ..........
* Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting.......


ESTIMATE OF REVENUES & REC
SECONDARY ROAD & BRIDGE TRANSPI
FUND - SPECIAL REVENUE FL
.80% Qf the 5th and 6th Cent Gas Tax..........
Total Estimated Receipts ............
Less5%. .......................
95% of Estimated Receipts ..............
Balances to be Brought Forward:' Cash ......
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances......
ESTIMATED EXPENSES - SECONDARY
BRIDGE TRANSPORTATION FUN
SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
SSECONDARY ROAD & BRIDGE TRANSPO]
Road and Bridge Construction....... . ...
Debt Service-Bond ............... ..
Debt Service - Interest ....................
Total Appropriations ......................
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) ........
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting.....
ESTIMATED REVENUES AND RE(
CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE FU
Budgeted Transfer: GeneralFund...........
City of Port St. Joe ......................

Total Estimated Receipts .............
Less 5% ............................ ..........

95% of Estimated Receipts ................
! Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash.....
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances ......
ESTIMATED EXPENSES
'CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE FU
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Courthouse Improvements .....;............
County Computer .....................
Park Improvements ..... ...........
LANDFILL
Close St. Joe ......................... ... ....
Transfer Station ............................
MOSQUITO CONTROL EQUIPMENT.......

Total Appropriations.........................
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forwa

Tdtal Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting.....
ESTIMATED REVENUES & RECEIPTS -
WATER & SEWER BOND, INTEREST &
ENTERPRISE FUND
Net Income - Water and Sewer Revenue......
* Racing Tax Trust Fund.....................

* Total Estimated Receipts ...............
Less5% ..................... ................
95% of Estimated Receipts .................
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ......

Total Estimated Receipts and Balances......
ESTIMATED EXPENSES - OAK GROVE
SEWER- BOND, INTEREST & RESERVE
REVENUE BONDS
Bond ........................ ...
Interest................... . ..........
Reserve Account................. .........
Total Appropriations........ .........
Reserve for Contingencies: (Conty) ......
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forwa

Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting.....
Estimated Revenues & Receipts - OAK GR(
SEWER - RACETRACK & GUARANTEE
MENT ENTERPRISE FUND
Racing Tax ....... ................
Total Estimated Receipts .................
Less5% ............ ... . . .......
.95% ofEstimated Receipts..................
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ......
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances......
Estimated Expenses: OAK GROVE WATE
RACETRACK & GUARANTEED ENTITY
EXPENSES
BUDGETED TRANSFERS
Transfer to Oak Grove Water & Sewer Bond,
Interest, and Reserve Sinking Fund..
Total Appropriations ......................
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) ........
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forwa

Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting.....
Estimated Revenues & Receipts - OAK GRO
SEWER REVENUE & EXPENSE ENTER.
Water and Sewer Sales ....................
Total Estimated Receipts .......... ...
Less 5% .................................. ...
95% of Estimated Receipts ................
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ......
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances......


347,796.00
24',781.00
42,570.00
500.00
1,000.00
7,800.00-
3,900.00
59,500.00
50.00
900.00
3,600.00
58,700.00
1,000.00
35,000.00
45.00
2,500.00
3,000.00
592,642.00
20,000.00
16,781.00
629,423.00


EIPTS
'ORTATION
UND
.. 325,000.00
. 325,000.00
.. 16,250.00
.. 308,750.00
:. 205,000.00
.. 513,750.00
IY ROAD& &
ND--

RTATION
.. 240,000.00
.. 120,000.00
.. 105,863.00
.. 465,863.00
.. 20,000.00
rd 27,887.00

.. 513,750.00
CEIPTS
UND
.. 160,000.00
... 50,147.00

.. 210,147.00


Estimated Expenses - OAK GROVE WATER & SEWER
REVENUE & EXPENSE ENTERPRISE FUND
OAK GROVE WATER & SEWER OPERATION
Depreciation................................ 611.00
Net Income to Bond, Interest & Reserve
Sinking Fund ...................... 8,000.00
Total Appropriations...................... 8,611.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... .00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward 7,776.00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting....... 16,387.00
Estimated Revenues & Receipts - FEDERAL REVENUE
SHARING SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
Federal Revenue Sharing ................... 132,600.00
Total Estimated Receipts ..................... 132,600.00
Less 5%........................................ 6,630.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .. . .............. 125,970.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ .00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances....... 125,970.00
Estimated Expenses - FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
FINE AND FORFEITURE
Budgeted Transfer............................. 37,374.00
COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE
Budgeted Transfer ............................. 22,596.00
GENERAL FUND
Budgeted Transfer ............................ 56,000.00
HIGHLAND VIEW WATER & SEWER OPERATION
& MAINTENANCE FUND
Budgeted Transfer........................... 10,000.00
Total Appropriations...................... 125,970.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... .00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward .00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting ....... 125,970.00
Estimated Revenues & Receipts - GENERAL OBLIGA-
TION BONDS - 1966 COURTHOUSE & JAIL
DEBT SERVICE FUND.
Current Ad Valorem Taxes.... ........ 57091.00
Total Estimated Receipts..................... 57,091.00
Less 5%. .. . . 2,855.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .................... 54,236.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ...... 14,044.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances........ 68,280.00
Estimated Expenses - GENERAL OBLIGATION
BONDS OF 1966 COURTHOUSE & JAIL DEBT FUND
COURTHOUSE & JAIL: GENERAL
OBLIGATION BONDS
Retire35 Bonds.............................. 38,000.00
Interest............... . . ...................... 27,660.00
Agent Fees ............. . ...... ........... 350.00
Total Appropriations .......................... 66,010.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... .00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward 2,270.00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting ...... 68,280.00
Estimate of Revenues & Receipts: GENERAL OBLIGA-
TION BONDS OF 1966 COURTHOUSE & JAIL: BOND &
INTEREST RESERVE FUND

Total Estimated Receipts ..................... .00
Less5%....................................... .00
95% of Estimated Receipts ................... .00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ 71,462.39
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances........ 71,462.39
Estimated Expenses: GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS
OF 1966 - COURTHOUSE & JAIL: BOND &
INTEREST RESERVE FUND


.. 10,507.00 Total Appropriations....................... .00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... . .00
.. 199,640.00 Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward 71,462.39
91,739.00 Total Budget (Should Equal . - ,
.. 291,379.00 Amount Available for Budgeting....... 71,462.39
Estimated Revenues & Receipts: FIRE STATIONS -
UND BOND, INTEREST & RESERVE DEBT SERVICE FUND
Race Track Funds .......................... 1,500.00
.. 20,000.00 Total Estimated Receipts ..................... 1,500.00
... 80,00Q.00 Less5% ................................... 75.00
20,000.00 95% of Estimated Receipts .................... 1,425.00
12,000.00 Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash......... 3,598.00
131,488.00 Total Estimated Receipts and Balances........ 5,023.00
.. 20,000.00 Estimated Expenses: FIRE STATIONS: BOND, INTEREST
& RESERVE DEBT SERVICE FUND
28348800 FIRE STATION: GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS
S 7,91.00 Retire 1 Bond ............................... 500.00
"rd 900 Interest................................... 605.00
Total Appropriations........................ 1,105.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... .00
291,379.00 Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward 3,918.00
.. 21, Total Budget (Should Equal
OAK GROVE Amount Available for Budgeting....... 5,023.00
RESERVE Estimate of Revenues & Receipts: MOSQUITO CONTROL
STATE I & STATE II SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
8,000.00 Mosquito Control Funds - State I............... 15,000.00
.. 3,931.00 Mosquito Control Funds - State II............. .. 15,700.50
3 Total Estimated Receipts ................ 30,700.50
.. 11,931.00 Less 5%............. .................... ...... 1535.00
.. 597.00 95% of Estimated Receipts.................... 29,165.50
.. 11,334.00 Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ 19,135.00
.. 14,717.00 Total Estimated Receipts andBalances....... 48,300.50
Estimated Expenses: MOSQUITO CONTROL STATE I
.. 26,051.00 AND STATE n SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
E WATER & MOSQUITO CONTROL - STATE I
ENTERPRISE Salaries ..... ................... ...... 8,000.00
Fica Taxes......... ........... ........... 560.00
2,000.00 Retirement ............................... 979.20
.. 6,365.00 Insecticides and Chemicals.................... 12,250.00
.. 4,886.00 MOSQUITO CONTROL - STATE II
13,251.00 Salaries ... ............................ 14,874.40
800.00 Fica Taxes........ : .......................... 1,041.21 ,
rd 12,000.00 Retirement ................................. 1,820.63
Gas, Oil and Lubricants ....................... 1,175.06
Total Appropriations.. .......... ........ 40,700.50
26,051.00 Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... 7,600.00
)VE WATER & Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward .00
D ENTITLE- Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting....... 48,300.50
3 700.00 Estimate of Revenues and Receipts: ST. JOSEPH FIRE
,'70 CONTROL DISTRICT - SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
.. 1853,700.00 Current Ad Valorem Taxes .................. 30,246.00
.. 3,515.00 Total Estimated Receipts ................... 30,246.00
.. 616.00 Less5% .................................. .... 1512.00
.. 46131.00 95% of Estimated Receipts .......... ...... 28,734.00
M & SEWER Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ 20,641.00
rLEMENT Total Estimated Receipts and Balances........ 49,375.00
Estimated Expenses: ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL
DISTRICT - SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT
. 3931.00 Commissioners - Appraiser and Collector ...... 120.00
.. 3,931.00 BEACHES FIRE DEPARTMENT
50.00 Utilities....................................... 1,250.00
rd 150.00 Repair and Maintenance: Equipment.......... 1,250.00
Office Supplies...... ................... 250.00
Operating Supplies........................... 1,000.00
Books, Pub., Subscript., Memberships......... 250.00
4,131.00 Equipment .................................. 12,000.00
VE WATER & HIGHLAND VIEW FIRE DEPARTMENT
?RISE FUND Communications.................. ...........400.00
.. 8,250.00 Utilities... .......................... 350.00
8,250.00 Repair and Maintenance .................... 241.00
413.00 Office Supplies................................. 50.00
783700 Operating Supplies.... ................... 265.00
.. 7,8550.00 Gasoline and Lubricants ................... 100.00 *
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Equipment .................................. 3,370.00
WHITE CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT
4 Communications Service..................... 535.00
Utilities ... ............................. 350.00
Repair and Maintenance: Equipment .......... 300.00
Operating Supplies......................... 500.00
Gasoline and Lubricants .................... .00.00
Equipment ................................. 5,370.00
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE FIRE DEPT.
Aid to Governmental Agency .................. 2,500.00
Total Appropriations......................:.... 30,851.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... 12,000.00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward 6,524.00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting ...... 49,375.00
Estimated Revenues and Receipts - TUPELO FIRE
CONTROL DISTRICT - SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
Current Ad Valorem Taxes .................... 5,418.00
Total Estimated Receipts ................... 5,418.00
Less 5% ....................................... 271.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .................. 5,147.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ 3,220.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances ........ 8,367.00
Estimated Expenses: TUPELO FIRE CONTROL
DISTRICT - SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
TUPELO FIRE CONTROL
Commissioners: Appraiser and Collector ...... 150.00
Equipment ................................... 5,679.00
Aid to Government Agency: City of
. Wewahitchka ....................... 300.00
HONEYVILLE FIRE DEPT................... 1,000.00
Total Appropriations......................... 7,129.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... 1,238.00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward .00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting....... 8,367.00
Estimated Revenues & Receipts - OVERSTREET FIRE
DISTRICT - SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
.Current Ad Valorem. Taxes ................... 314.00
Total Estimated Receipts .................... 314.00
Less5% ... .............................. 16.00
95% of Estimated Receipts ................... 298.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ 1,982.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances ........ 2,280.00
Estimated Expenses: OVERSTREET FIRE DISTRICT
SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
Repair and Maintenance: Equipment .......... 366.00
Office Supplies........ .. 50.00
Operating Supplies........: ........ .......... 50.00
Gasoline and Lubricants ..................... 400.00
Equipment ............................. 300.00
Total Appropriations......... ................. 1,166.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) ........... 1,114.00
- Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward .00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting ....... 2,280.00
Estimated Revenues & Receipts: HOWARD CREEK
FIRE DISTRICT SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
Current Ad Valorem Taxes ................... 1,307.00
Total Estimated Receipts ..................... . 1,307.00
Less 5% ........... .... ..... ............. 65.00
95% of Estimated Receipts ............. .. 1,242.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ . 602.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances........ 1,844.00
Estimated Expenses: HOWARD CREEK FIRE
DISTRICT - SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
Utilities ..... . . ....................... . 216.00
Repair and Maintenance: Equipment.......... 230.00
Office Supplies.............................. 85.00
Operating Supplies .......................... 50.00
Gasoline and Lubricants ..................... 322.11
Equipment ............................ 400.00
D. Total Appropriations ......... .l,,,. ,, 30&11
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... 540.89
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward - .00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting........ 1,844.00
- * Estimate of Revenues & Receipts: GULF COUNTY I"-.
WATER SYSTEM BOND INTEREST SINKING FUND
Budgeted Transfer - Revenue Fund ............ 43,590.00,
Total Estimated Receipts .............:..... 43,590.00
Less 5% ..... .. ...... ....... .. . . .. ...... . 2,180.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .................... 41,410.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ .00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances ........ 41,410.00
Estimated Expenses: GULF COUNTY WATER SYSTEM
BOND INTEREST SINKING FUND
Bond Principal ........... ... . .......... 2,100.00
Interest on Bonds ............................ 32,856.00
AgentFees .............................- 400.00
Reserve Account.............................. 3,600.00
Total Appropriations.. 38,956.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... .00.
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward 2,454.00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting.....'.. 41,410.00
Estimated Revenues and Receipts: GULF COUNTY
WATER SYSTEM REVENUE ENTERPRISE FUND
Operating Income - Sale of Water .............. 67,150.00
Debt Service Income .............. . . ........ 49,000.00
Other Income - Service Charge ................ 16,200.00
Connection Fees ..................... ........ 3,000.00
Total Estimated Receipts .................. 133,350.00
Less5% . ............. . ...... .. ...... 6,767.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .................... 128,583,00
Balances to be Brought Forward:i Cash ........ .00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances........ 128,583.00
Estimated Expenses: GULF COUNTY WATER
SYSTEM REVENUE ENTERPRISE FUND
Budgeted Transfer-Operation &Maint........ 84,993.00
S Budgeted Transfer Bond Interest Sinking Fund 43,590.00
Total Appropriations .......................... 128,583.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... .00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward .00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting....... 128,583.00
Estimated Revenues & Receipts: GULF COUNTY WATER
SYSTEM OPERATION & MAINT. ENTERPRISE FUND
Budgeted Transfer- Revenue Fund ............ 84,993.00
Total Estimated Receipts ..................... 84,993.00
Less 5% ........................... ......... 4,250.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .................... 80,743.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ .00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances........ 80,743.00
Estimated Expenses: GULF CO. WATER SYSTEM
OPERATION & MAINTENANCE ENTERPRISE FUND


Other Contractual Services .................. 4,000.00
Other Contractual Services - City of Port St. Joe 15,240.00
Purchase of Water ............................ 36,000.00
Repair and Maintenance ..................... 500.00
Operating Supplies ......... .... ... ......... 500.00
Depreciation ......................... 24,503.00
Total Appropriations.......................... 80,743.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) ......... .00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward .00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting ....... 80,743.00
Estimated Revenues & Receipts: HIGHLAND VIEW
WATER & SEWAGE REVENUE ENTERPRISE FUND
Operating Income - Sale of Water .............. 60,000.00
Connection Fees ....................... ; .... 25.00
t Total Estimated Receipts ..................... 60,025.00
Less 5% ...................................... . 3,001.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .................... 57,024.00


Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ .00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances: ....... 57,024.00
Estimated Expenses: HIGHLAND VIEW WATER
REVENUE ENTERPRISE FUND
Budgeted Transfer - Operation/Maintenance 49,724.00
Budgeted Transfer - Bond Interest and
Sinking Fund ....................... 7,200.00
Budgeted Transfer - Renewal & Replacement
Fund . . ............. .................. 100.00
Total Appropriations......................... 57,024.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... .00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward .00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting....... 57,024.00
Estimated Revenues & Receipts: HIGHLAND VIEW
WATER & CEWER OPERATION &
MAINTENANCE ENTERPRISE FUND
Budgeted Transfer - Revenue Fund ............ 49,724.00
Budgeted Transfer - Federal Revenue Sharing 10,000.00
Total Estimated Receipts ................... 59,724.00
Less 5% .......................... ........ . 2,986.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .................... 56,738.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ .00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances......... 56,738.00
Estimated Expenses: HIGHLAND VIEW WATER &
SEWER OPERATION & MAINTENANCE
ENTERPRISE FUND
Other Contractual Services.................. 7,000.00
Purchase of Water ............................ 36,000.00
Repair & Maintenance ...................... 3,000.00
Operating Supplies............................. 288.00
Comm unications.............................. 200.00
Utilities. ....... . . ... ...... ............. . . . . 500.00
Office Supplies ..................... .. .. .. . 250.00-
Non-Expenditure Disbursements - Gulf County
Water System Bond, Inter. & Sinking Fund 9,500.00
Total Appropriations ........................ 56,738.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... .00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward .00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting........ 56,738.00
Estimated Revenues & Receipts: HIGHLAND VIEW
WATER & SEWER: BOND, INTEREST & SINKING FUND
Budgeted Transfer Revenue Fund ............. 7,200.00
Total Estimated Receipts ..................... 7,200.00'
Less 5% ...................... .......... 360.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .................. 6,840.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ .00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances......... 6,840.00
Estimated Expenses: HIGHLAND VIEW WATER &
SEWER: BOND, INTEREST & SINKING FUND
Bond Principal............................. 3,000.00
Bond Interest ................... .......... 3,227.00
Bond Fees ........... ................. .... . 600.00
Total Appropriations....................... 6,827.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... 13.00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward .00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting........ 6,840.00
Estimate of Revenues, and Receipts: HIGHLAND VIEW
WATER & SEWER: RENEWAL & REPLACEMENT
ENTERPRISE FUND
Budgeted Transfer from Revenue Fund........ 100.00,
Total Estimated Receipts .................... 100.00
Less5% .......................... ..... ... 5.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .................... 95.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ 646.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances........ 741.00
Estimated Expenses: HIGHLAND VIEW WATER & SEWER
RENEWAL & REPLACEMENT ENTERPRISE FUND


Total Appropriations.......................... .00
-Reserve for Contingencies: (County)-:........ .00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward 741.00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting....... 741.00
Estimate of Revenues & Receipts: GULF COUNTY
BUILDING DEPT. ENTERPRISE FUND
Operating Income - Building Permits .......... 100,000.00
Total Estimated Receipts ..................... 100,000.00
Less 5% ......................... . ........... . 5,000.00
95% of Estimated Receipts .................... 95,000.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ........ 27,000.00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances ........ 122,000.00
Estimated Expenses: GULF COUNTY BUILDING
DEPARTMENT ENTERPRISE FUND
Salaries .................... .............. 14,560.00
FICA.. . ................. ............... 1,021.00
Retirement............ ................. 1,784.00
Professional Services: Contract, Chief
Inspector, Bldg. Inspector, Inspector 85,112.00
Travel and'Per Diem........................ 2,000.00
Communication.........I..................... 1,500.00
Office Expenses...... ................... 754.00
Dues and Memberships ....................... 175.00
'Total Appropriations ..................... 106,906.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) .......... 15,094.00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward .00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting ....... 122,000.00
Estimate of Revenues & Receipts: COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
Community Development & Block Grant
Revenue ......... ................ 375,000.00
Interest - Note ................. ............. 13,833.00
Total Estimated Receipts ..................... 388,883.00
Less 5% ..................... ..... ...... . ..... 19,444.00
. 95% of Estimated Receipts .................. 369,439.00
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash. ....... .00
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances........ 369,439.00
Estimated Expenses: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
BLOCK GRANT SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
Administrative Expenses .................... 21,250.00
Non-Expenditure Disbursements .............. 340,000.00
Total Appropriations ........................... 361,250.00
Reserve for Contingencies: (County) . ......... 00
Reserve for Cash Balance to be carried forward 8;189.00
Total Budget (Should Equal
Amount Available for Budgeting ....... 369,439.00
BUDGET RECAPITULATION AND VILLAGE LEVY


FUND
General ...............
State I & State II
Mosquito Control ......
Fine and Forfeiture ...
County Road & Bridge.
Secondary Road
and Bridge ............
Capital Outlay .........
Courthouse & Jail
Bonds & Interest ......
Courthouse & Jail
Bonds & Interest
Reserve .. ........
Oak Grove Water &
Sewer Bond, Interest
& Reserve.............
Oak Grove Water &
Sewer Race Track Gua-
ranteed Entitlement
Oak Grove Water &
Sewer Rev. Expense
Fire Stations: Bonds,
Interest, Reserve......
Fed'l Revenue Sharing


TOTAL
$2,108,215.00

48,300.50
655,662.83
629,423.00

513,750.00
291,379.00

68,280.00


Mil. Dollars/Value
4.208 $4.208/$1,000.00
-0- -0-
1.430 $1.430/$1,000.00
-0- :0-


-0-
-0-

.166/$1,000.00


71,462.39 -0- -0-

26,051.00 -0- -0-

4,131.00 -0- -0-

16,387.00 -0- -0-

5,023.00 4-- -0-
125,970.00 -0- -0-


600 Apply

During the first three days Federal
the Disaster Application Cen- agement
ter (DAC) operations in FEMA
Franklin and Levy Counties, ing office
almost 600 families, indivi- cations;
duals and business owners enueSer
have applied for a variety of ple on
state, federal and volunteer represer
disaster assistance pro- partmen
grams.. Two more DACs habilitat
opened September 20 (to pro- applicat
vide assistance to Hurricane and far
Elena victims) one in Pinel- Business
las County located at Indian cials iss
Rocks Beach Auditorium and for hom(
another in Manatee County and bu
at the Bradenton Beach City Cross
Hall. clients:
"All four DACs will remain Disaster
open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, distance
including Saturday and Sun- Hodgil
day, until further notice," the resp
said Joan Hodgins, Federal Disaster


coordinating Offtticer tor thme


Gulf Co. Water System
Bond, Interest
and Sinking ........... 41,
Gulf Co. Water
System Revenue ...... 128,
Gulf Co. Water System
Operation & Maint. 80,
Highland View Water
& Sewer Revenue...... 57,
Highland View Water
& Sewer Operation
& Maintenance ........ 56,
Highland View Water
& Sewer Bond,
Interest & Sinking ..... 6,
Highland View Water
& Sewer Renewal
& Replacement........
Gulf Co. Building
Department. .......... 122,1
Community Develop-
ment Block Grant ..... 369,
TOTAL $5,427,5
Health Department.... 385 ,
TOTAL County-Wide $5,465,7


Special Fire Districts:
Overstreet Fire
Control District .......
Howard Creek Fire
Control District .......
St. Joseph Fire
Control District ...... .
Tupelo Fire
Control District .......
TOTAL SPECIAL
FIRE DISTRICTS:


In 3 Days for Relief


Emergency Man-
t Agency (FEMA).
A Temporary Hous-
;ials issued 146 appl-
the Internal Rev-
vice advised 519 peo-
damage deductions:
itatives of the De-
nt of Health and Re-
ive Services took 187
ions for individual
mily grants; Small
s Administration offi-
ued 826 applications
e, personal property
siness loans: Red
interviewed 232
and 629 claims for
SUnemployment As-
were filed.
ns also reported that
onse to the toll-free
Information Hotline


ceived about 250 calls the
first day. I encourage people
who have suffered losses
because of Hurricane Elena
to call and have their ques-
tions answered about the aid
that may be available for
them."
The toll-free Disaster In-
formation Hotline is 1-800-
231-8037.
Hodgins encouraged those
who have already been to the


Disaster Application Centers
to not delay in completing the
applications they received at
the centers. "The sooner we
receive completed applica-
tions, the sooner we can
determine eligibility and de-
liver the aid for which people
qualify," Hodgins explained.
"Anyone having problems
completing applications
should call Disaster Infor-
mation Hotline."


IN THE SERVICE


Kevin Roberson In

ROTC Training


has been strong.- "We re- Cadet Walter K. (Kevin)
Roberson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Roberson of 210
Bay View Drive, Port St. Joe
has completed a U.S. Air
410.00 - - Force ROTC field training
encampment at Vandenberg
583.00 -0- - Air Force Base, Ca.
Field training, attended.by
743.00 -- cadets normally between
their second and third year of
024.00 -0- 0- college, gives an opportunity
to evaluate each student's
potential as an officer, ac-
738.00 - -0- cording to an Air Force
spokesman.
The summer's curriculum
840.00 -0- -- consists of orientations on jet
aircraft, career opportuni-
ties, human relations educa-
741.00 4)- -0 tion and equal opportunity
training. Physical fitness and
000.00 -0- -. survival training is also
emphasized.
o _n_.f A n The field training is four


552.72
175.00
727.72


5.804
.111
5.915


-0.
$5.804/$1,000.00
$ .11l/$1,000.00
$5.915/$1,000.00


$2,280.00 .051 $ .05
1,844.00 .160 $ .16

49,375.00 .225 $ .22

8,367.00 .249 $ .24

$61,866.00 .685 $ .6


September 30, 1985
ATTEST: JERRY T. GATES, CLERK OF COUR
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
ELDRIDGE MONEY, CHAIRMAN


Pvt. Newsome
Finishes Basic


Pvt. William D. Newsome,
51/$1,000.00 son of George F. and Dorothy
J. Newsome of Rural Route
60/$1,000.00 1, Wewahitchka, has com-
pleted basic training at Fort
25/$1,000.00 McClellan, Ala.
During the training, stu-
49/$1,000.00 dents received instruction in
drill and ceremonies, wea-
85/$1,000.00 pons, map reading, tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice, first aid, and Army
LT history and traditions.
He is a 1985 graduate of
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School.


weeks, but cadets in the
two-year ROTC program re-
ceive an additional two
weeks of instruction in the
- development of air power
and the contemporary Air
*Force:
Roberson is a student at
Florida State University,
Tallahassee.

J.E. Weeks

Finishes

AF Course
Airman James E. Weeks,
son of John W. and Lois J.
Weeks of Wewahitchka, has
graduated from the U. S. Air
Force aerospace ground
equipment mechanic course
at Chanute Air Force Base,
Ill.
During the course, stu-
dents were taught to repair
generators, gas turbines and
hydraulic pumping equip-
ment. They also earned
credits toward an associate
degree through the Com-
niunity College of the Air
Force.
Weeks is scheduled to
serve with the 3380th Equip-
ment Maintenance Squadron
at Keesler Air Force Base,
Miss.
His wife, Sabrina, is the
daughter of Bob W. and Betty
McDonald of Wewahitchka.
The airman is a 1979
graduate of Wewahitchka
High School.


NOTICE



OF TAX INCREASE








The Gulf County Board of County Com-

missioners has tentatively adopted a measure

to increase its property tax levy by 23 percent.




All concerned citizens are invited to at-

tend a public hearing on the tax increase to be

held on September 30, 1985, at 7:00 P.M.,

E.D.T., in the Gulf County Courthouse Board of

County Commissioners Meeting Room.




A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax

increase will be made at this meeting.









BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA

ELDRIDGE MONEY, Chairman


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