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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1985
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR. NUMBER 12


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

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1985


25 Per Copy


Tax Statements




Go Into the Mails


Increase of 25% Shown Over Last Year


Tax Collector Eda Ruth Taylor
said this week her office would have
all of the 12,000 Gulf County tax
notices in the mail by yesterday
afternoon..
Taylor noted that tax payers would
still have their customary 30 days to
pay their taxes and take the four
percent discount. She said the dis-
count count-down would begin today,
Thursday, November 21.
Taylor pointed out that even
though the number of notices going
out this year are comparable with the
number sent out last year, "taxes to
be collected took a considerable jump
throughout the county."
As a matter of fact, taxes to be


collected by all taxing agencies in the
county are up some 25 percent over
last year. According to the Tax
Collector's figures, her office billed
out $4,023,000 in taxes last year. This
year, she is charged with collecting
$5,241,268.
Taylor's office collects taxes for
the Gulf County Commission, The
Gulf County School Board, the several
Fire Control Districts in the county,
the City of Port St. Joe, the City of
Ward Ridge and the City of Wewa-
hitchka.
Even though the tax notices are a
few days late in beiqg mailed, they
will still become delinquent if not paid


by the last day of March. After April 1,
all unpaid tax notices are considered
delinquent.
Taxes are payable on the monthly
payment plan, but the Tax Collector
said the property owner must arrange
for this plan in advance. Those
wishing to pay in monthly increments
should make contact with the Tax -
Collector in order to set up arrange-.
ments for the payment style which
became legal in Florida a few years g
ago.
In the photo at right, Shirley'
Jenkins, Johnnie Vathis and Tax
Collector Edai Ruth Taylor, get
several boxes of the notices ready to
transfer to the Post Office for mailing.


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Grant Variance, Approve


After the 'fire-storm' of the last to build a triplex apartment on a lot he owns
Commission meeting, Tuesday's session got and Delores Jones still in the throes of
a few items of business taken care of, though attempting to build some 40 to 45
not entirely without incident, apartments on a block sheihas obtained an
Commissioners Alton Fennell and option on from the City.
James Roberts were both absent, leaving Leslie made his request two weeks ago
Mayor Frank Pate, Bill Fleming and for a variance to build the three dwelling in
Nathan Peters, Jr., to spar it out with each a single dwelling area and to relax the side
other. set-back requirements.
It looked like a long night in the making, Peters then said he had received
when Peters refused to second Fleming's objections to the plan. Mayor Pate,
motion to approve the minutes of the Commissioner Fleming and Leslie all said
previous meeting. Peters refused to second they had received no objections.
the motion because something he wanted Peters then stated he wanted to leave
included in the' minutes was not recorded 'the zoning rules as they were. "In 10 or 20
There. Mayor Pate ruled the information years we can see some improvement in the
was not part of the business considered and area", he pointed out. He stressed the area
vacated thelVayor'schair In order to se:com- ;-w *q slfWiffwldnf gi figle'fa'rily dwdlliig
Fleming's motion to approve the minutes. area; it was congested; the house on the
Things then moved along toward two adjoining lot was already built too close to
items which would improve and provide the property line and Leslie's plan Would
housing in the North Port St. Joe, with create a fire hazard.
Rawlis Leslie asking for a zoning variance Leslie said he had received nothing but


encouragement for the project and his
building would be built ofbrickand would be
fire resistant.
Fleming and Pate had to follow the
same procedure used for approval of the,
minutes to get Leslie's request approved,
but granted Leslie's request, with Peters
casting a "no" vote.
Miss Jones outlined a plan for surveying:
the North Port St. Joe area as a preliminary
to securing government funding to build the
apartment complex she is planning.
Julian Webb, grantswiter for the City
was present and said Ms. Jones plan, for
getting the housing financed may be "The
only shot we have. We have tried several.
avenues for several years to secure housing,
rehabilitation of existing housing and other
programs, only to have it denied. This may
work arid I'm willing to help her (Ms. Jones)
get approval.
Webb went on to say he was notitplling
the Commission-would' be successful. "It'
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program

just may work", he stressed.
Ms. Jones has approached the City with
a plan to finance the project with the City
asking for a Block Grant of $575,000, then
lending it to Ms. Jones under government
defined controls in order to build the
'housing.
The City agreed to get involved in the
matter and advised Ms. Jones to proceed
-with arrangements for making the applica-
tion.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other'business, the City:
-Agreed to advertise for objections to
Gulf Pines Hospital placing a lighted sign in
front of the hospital. Administrator David
Odum said he could find no ordinance or
zoning'against it, but felt he owed it tdbthe
people inr the area to ask for permission.
-Adopted an ordinance setting a no
smoking policy in public buildings in Port
St. Joe. The new ordinance follows state and
federal requirements.


Star Will be Printing

Early for Next Week
The Star will go to press a day early next week, :
provided, that is, there isn't another hurricane building
up in the Gulf of Mexico to foul things up.
The paper will be going to press and into the mail
next week on Tuesday afternoon, in order to get the
paper out and in the hands of our readers before the'
Thanksgiving day holiday comes along.
The main reason for the early printing is because the
U.S. Post Office, which distributes most of our papers,
takes the day off on a holiday. When they join the rest of
us in a day off, they don't deliver mail, including The
Star.
Too, the early printing day will enable our staff to
take a couple of days off for a needed holiday. The only
way The Star s'aff can get days off is in a situation such
as this when the paper can be printed early.
The absolute deadline for next week's issue will be at
noon Monday, when all items to be printed in the paper
must be in our office.
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Fourth Hiway Victim Meets

Her Death Monday In Gulf


JUNIOR MISS CONTESTANTS-Left to right: Jill Strait, Melissa Plair, Bloodworth, Sharon Miller, Dawn Grace, Tonya Peak and Micah Revell.
DeAnn Young, Lynn Aman, Sherry Hartley, Michelle Holloman, Jenny --Star photos


Junior Miss Pageant Saturday at High School


Twenty-one lovely young ladies from all over
Gulf Cotmty will perform their talent, pose for
the audience and be interviewed in personal
talks with the judges in an attempt to be named
Gulf County's Junior Miss Saturday evening.
Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, the young
ladies will appear in a two-hour-long pageant in
the Commons Area of Port St. Joe High School,
beginning at 7:30 p.m., Saturday. According to
Al Ray, chairman of the program, even though
the dumber of contestants is the largest number


ever to enter local competition, the program has
been streamlined to accommodate the large
number of entrants and still get through the
program without it being tiring to the audience.
Tickets are on sale now for the pageant by
members of the Kiwanis Club, Key Club,
participants in the pageant and will be available
at the door. Tickets are $3.00 for adults and $2.00
for students.
The local competition is part of a nationwide
program to honor and reward the country's


MORE JUNIOR MISS CONTESTANTS-From left to right: Marie
Fambro, Carmelita Clark, Tammy Miller, Karen Prange, Tiffany Carr,


leading high school girls for achievement in
scholastic, creative talents, self development
and community betterment.
The winner Saturday night will go to
Pensacola to compete in the state contest in
February. The state winner will go to Mobile,
Alabama for the national judging.
The Kiwanis Club provides the winner of the
local competition with a $500 scholarship, as well
as the opportunity to compete in the state
contest.


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Michelle Jenkins, Sandra King, Teressa Cozart, Alicia Burke and Marie
Maddox.


Patricia Maxwell, 42, of
Greensboro, became Gulf
Cohnty's'fourth traffic fatal-
ity of the year Monday
afternoon, when her car
pulled out of a parking lot on
Highway 71 just south of
Wewahitchka and struck a
second vehicle, driven by


William Davis, III, age 19, of
Dalkeith.
Sheriff Al Harrison said the
Maxwell vehicle pulled out of
the parking lot of Dempsey's
Bar, located at the interse-
tion of the Overstreet Road
and Highway 71, striking the


Davis vehicle in the side.
Official details of the acci-
dent were sort of sketchy
since The Star has been-
unable to contact Trooper'
Jim Evans of Wewahitchka,
who investigated the acci-
dent for the Florida Highway-
Patrol.


4 Cases Scheduled for Trial

This Week in Circuit Court


The first of cases to be
tried in Circuit Court here in
Gulf County this week was
postponed Monday, until the
January term of court.
John Foy Scheffer, 25, who
was charged with attempted
murder of a Cairo, Georgia
man, asked the Court for an
'extension of his case because
he had hired an attorney and



Football

Play-off

Tickets
1 Tickets for the first
play-off football game in
DeFuniak Springs will be
available in the front office
of Port St. Joe High
School, school officials an-
nounced this week.
The tickets have not yet
arrived, but they are ex-
pected to arrive in just a
short while. As a matter of
fact, they may get here
today.
The announcement is
being made this week
because The Star will not
be out again until next
Wednesday and school will
be closed for the Thanks-
giving holiday by then.
Those wishing to pur-
chase their ticket early
should keep in touch with
the school office.


needed to give him time to
become familiar with the
case. Prior to that time,
Scheffer was represented by
the public defender.
Scheffer is charged with
shooting Robert Joyner in
front of Beacon Hill Grocery
around midnight on April 24,
when Joyner had allegedly
stopped to ask directions.
Scheffer is charged with
shooting Joyner with a .22
caliber rifle.
Three other cases will be
tried as scheduled during the
week, according to court
officers.
Scheduled for trial yester-


day afternoon was George
Baxter who faces a charge of
uttering a forged instrument.
Baxter's trial started after
The Star's deadline yester-
day.
Today, Ricky Linton is to
be tried on a charge of
burglary of MK Ranch office.
The trial was to begin this
morning at 10:00 a.m.
Friday, James Trest will
go on trial on a charge of
burglary after the fact,. He
will be tried in connection
with a burglary of the Port
St. Joe Elementary School,
where a television set was
stolen.


Christmas Parade Plans


Developing
Port St. Joe's annual
Christmas plans are rapidly
being finalized as the date for
the parade had been decided
on two months ago. The
parade, sponsored by the
Port St. Joe Merchants'
Association, has been sche-
duled for Saturday, Decem-
ber 7 at 6:00 p.m.
The new time for the
parade has been set in an
attempt to make it more
convenient for people to
attend and not be rushed.
Merchants' Association
chairman Wayne Taylor
said, "We'd like to have some
input after the parade this
year. If people like the new
time, we'll stick with it. If
they don't, we'll shift back to


Rapidly
the morning parade time
frame we have followed for
so long".
Taylor said already sever-
al bands have been scheduled
for the event and several
floats have reserved spots in
the parade line. "We have a
commitment from several'
clowns to be in the parade
this year, which should add:
to the enjoyment for the
smaller children", he said.
There is still room in the
parade line for more floats,
horses, cars, special attrac-
tions, etc. Those wishing to
participate should call either
Taylor, or City Clerk Alden
Farris or Al Ray at City Hall.
Ray is lining up the parade
for the Merchants.


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Our good friend County Com-
missioner Everett Owens would
change the language in Gulf
County's subdivision ordinance to
liberalize the guidelines under
which the County would accept and
care for new roads in and out of
subdivisions.
Commissioner Owens has a
perfectly valid reason for wanting
to do this, and his reasons make,
sense. He.would ease the regula-
tions for taking over maintenance
of roads because he would have as
good a road as possible in areas
where school buses must travel.
Too, he would make access to a
person's property with some ease
and comfort rather than over an
unkept, rutty, bumpy and undbfin-
ed road. Owens would have both
these problems solved and taken
care of by the county.
Of course, not only Owens
desires these things. Three other
Commissioners voted along with
him to make the changes. Only one
was opposed and his opposition we
think, was not based on the fact he
didn't want the same things Owens
and the remainder of the Commis-
sioners wanted. He wanted the
citizens of the county to be well
served with a reasonably decent
road also.
Mr. Birmingham voted "no" to
the proposal to liberalize the
subdivision regulations, not be-
cause he didn't want what was
decent and reasonable for the


people, but because he felt there
were land owners and property
developers who would tale advan-
tage of the Commission's good
thoughts in making such a change.
He felt certain land owners might
not bring their roads up to
standards if they thought the
county would gain ownership in a
short while. Like so many in the
past have done, Birmingham felt
there were still a few more
property developers who might
take the attitude, "Don't worry
about it, the County will correct
any mistakes we might have left in
designating the roads" for the land
purchaser to travel on.
We agree with Mr. Birming-
ham. There are people who will
take advantage of the county and
its desire to be of service.
The present rules call for the
county to accept new roads after
they have been in place for a year
and after the surrounding lots have
been 15 percent occupied by homes,
whichever comes later. This last
phrase is the one the Commission
voted to delete from the require-
ments so there will not be an area
in which people live which has
roads which are largely inaccess-
able.
We feel like the Commission is
definitely concerned over the wel-
fare of the people, but we feel the
welfare of the county, as a whole,
will be served better by leaving the
rules as they are.


Comments


Geneva, Switzerland and
Plymouth Rock, Massachu-
etts are worlds apart so, of
course, they've got some-
thing in common. You
remember it was Plymouth
Rock or at least a large
cleared field close to the
Rock where the pilgrims and
the Indians first gathered to
celebrate the fact that the
pilgrims had been able to
"hang on" in this new land.
The pilgrims had worked
hard at establishing a colony
in this "untamed
wilderness". God helped
them a lot. So did the In-
dians. Of course the Indians
didn't call this land the "un-
tamed wilderness' they
called it home. You see, the
poor Indians hadn't been
civilized as of yet.
The Indians called this
meeting "Apoklita huztawa
combataywa et" which
loosely translates into "the
big feed in the cleared field
near the Rock where we first
saw the pale ones". The pil-
grims truly desired to give
thanks and invited the In-


dog, Watson. Watson has had
it "rough" in the last few
months. First there was the
run-in with the renegade
poodle groomer and then
there is this continuing pro-
blem with the dog catcher.
You see, Watson has never


THE STAR


THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1985


PAGE TWO


Rules Don't Need



Changing


Dear Mr. Ramsey:
Needless to say, I was quite
surprised on Thursday last
when I opened my copy of
The Star to the editorial page
and there staring out from
beneath Jim Bob and Mr.
Tatum, big as life, was my


dians as a gesture of grati-
tude and good will. They also
asked the Indians to bring
the maize and the turkey.
Now, a right good time was
had by all at this "eating
meeting". I think this was
the first time that the In-
dians heard things like
"Friends as long as the
grass grows and the water
flows .... "Of course they
were friends until the In-
dians had taught the
pilgrims how to grow maize,
how to catch fish, which
plants were poisonous,
which berries could be eaten
and which could not... The


pilgrims learned well and
soon they were thriving in
this new land. Soon more and
more "pale ones" were mov-
ing in. Soon they needed
more room. Soon they forgot
about that summit meetings
in the cleared field by the
Plymouth Rock and all that
talk about the grass growing
and the water flowing. Soon
they began to push the unciv-
ilized savages back further
into the "wilderness". You
need 5 more acres Jack? -
Shoot another Indian. You
know, some were surprised
when the Indians fought
back. History has clearly


shown all Americans, espe-
cially the American Indians,
that you can't always trust
everybody a'sitting at the
table when it comes to peace
talks.
There's another summit ster (
meeting going on this week Adolf
in Geneva between the U.S. 1936.
and Russia. Or, more speci- lain t
fically between President you
Reagan and the Soviet came
leader Mikhail Gorbachev. I annou
hope we keep in mind the Time'
meeting between the pil- didn't
grims and the Indians of vaded
those many years ago. Or if of 193
we need a more recent refer- was u]
ence how about Prime Mini- (C
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LETTERS


met a person he did not like, when
and apparently, this includes need
the mortal enemy of all once a
self-respecting canines, the City fa
dog catcher. can r
What happens is this, (Ci


COLBERT
Chamberlain's visit to
Hitler in Munich in
Hitler and Chamber-
alked a summit, if
please. Chamberlain
back to England and
nced, "Peace in Our
. Well, "our time"
last long as Hitler in-
Poland in September
19 and World War II
underway.
continued on Page 3)


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ever the City coffers:
replenishing (about
a week, it seems), the
others realize that they:
nake a quick seven;.
continued on Page 3)


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Thanks, Bill


The people of Gulf County can
be grateful for the piece of beach
front property given the county by
attorney William J. Rish on behalf
of the owners of the property,
located at the Stump Hole on St.
Jseph Peninsula.,
SThe'gift is located right in the
middle of an expensive expanse of
beachfront property on the Penin-
sula and is worth a nice piece of
change. It wasn't a small gift by
any means.
As years go by, the gift will
become more and more valuable
as our beach property continues to
dwindle out of the public's use. If
things keep-going as they are, there
will probably be a need to place a
traffic light at the location of the.
gift property on C-30A at some
point of time in the future.
We haven't worried about
waterfront property for recrea-
tional purposes in the past because
our property valuation was such
that those who owned the property
enjoyed a low assessment so. they
could afford to let it lie undevelop-
ed for the public to use. Now, after
the state has gotten in on the act, a


higher value must be placed on the
land for tax purposes, and the
owners cannot afford to sit by and
let the public use it any longer. It
must be sold or developed.
The gift by Rish for whoever
owns the property will be one of the
bright spots in Gulf County in just a
short while, we think. The County.
Commission is attempting to aug-
ment the gift by securing at least
some of the considerable govern-
ment owned acreage on the shore-
line here in the county. Our access
to the beach and waterfront in the
future depends on how successful
the Commission is and on how
many more generous gifts such as
the one Rish presented, are- made.
available to the county.
It's true, the property' fell
within that area designated as a
high erosion area by the Depart-
ment of Natural Resources, mak-
ing it carry some stiff regulations
for building, but the developers
could realize something out of their
investment if they had elected
to sell it. Instead, they opted to give
it to the people for their use and we,
as one of the people, appreciate it.


The Good Old Days
This was Port St. Joe's link with the U. S. Mails fice, carried mail twice weekly from the steamboat
way back in 1884. This two-wheel ox cart, shown routes at lola via Wewahitchka to Port St. Joe and
making a stop in front of the Wewahitchka post of- back. The cart driver is unidentified.
.-Photo courtesy Charles Brown


The First Day of Hunting Season Has Lost Some of Its Appeal for Me


HUNTING SEASON CAME a
week early for me this year. Here I
was expecting the big hunting season
to come in Saturday and before I
realized it, it was here last Saturday.
I should have expected it, though,
because it is still shirt-sleeve weather
here in the Panhandle; especially up
into the day.
Hunting season hardly ever
comes in on cold weather any more. I
don't know if it's starting later in the
month of November than it formerly
did, or whether the weather has just
changed over the past 10 or 15 years to
being warm at the time the season
starts.
I have.gone hunting on the first
day of the season and almost got
frost-bite and I have gone on the first
day of the season and gone swimming
in the river to cool off. I remember
one first day of the season a few years
ago when Bill Barlow and I went to the
river on Friday afternoon before the
season started Saturday, planning to
fish Friday afternoon, spend the night
and hunt the next day.
That evening, Wewahitchka was


playing Apalachicola in football in a
crucial game much like the one
Friday night will be for the Gators.
We took a bath in the river and came
out to watch the Wewa-Apalachicola


used to knock off the cold wind the
next morning.
That wasn't a very fun hunting


We had hardly gotten out of
Lockey Lake and crossed the bend in
the river before someone shot off a
shotgun over on the bank of the river.
We couldn't see the person shooting


ETA OIN SHRDLU

SBy: Wesley R. Ramsey


game in our shirt sleeves.
Before we could get back to the
camp, after the game, the weather
had turned off raw. We went to bed
that night and by morning, it was
blowing a gale and the weather by this
time was downright cold. If we hadn't
carried sleeping bags to sleep on,
rather than in, we would have been
cold during the night. We had carried
plastic raincoats with us which were
oI


I QUIT GOING on the first day a
few years ago for an accumulation of
reasons.
One time, a few years back, we
left Bryant's Landing on a small boat
with a 10 horse motor. Our departure
was timed to put us at Kennedy Creek
Island by the time it started getting
daylight. That will give you some idea
of how dark it was when we left the
landing.


and he couldn't see what he was
shooting at. We just hoped he wasn't
shooting at us.
That incident shook me up.
Another time, we started through
Brickyard Cut-off early enough to get
through the Cut-off and up the river to
Brickyard Island and get there by
daybreak. We had run the course the
evening before, so we knew how long
it would take.


Let me tell you, when we started
through Brickyard the next morning,
it looked like Reid Avenue after dark
with a parade in town.
There was just one camp right
after another the complete distance of
the Cut-Off, where it was high and dry
enough to pitch camp. About John-
nie's Cut we ran into a traffic jam and
had to wait our turn to proceed toward
the river.
Situations like that tend to sort of
cool off the first day eagerness to
pursue bushey-tails, or anything else.
First day of hunting season in the
swamp scares me today, rather than
exhilirates my senses from being out
with Mother Nature.
You mix the crowds with the
crazy percentage which will booze it
up while they are in the woods and
hunting on the first day of the season
has become a hazard rather than a
pleasure.
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I REMEMBER THOSE first days
of the season when we would go down
toward Kennedy Creek, hunt on the
island until about the middle of the


morning, then tie the boat up
alongside the bank and sit there and
catch huge messes of channel catfish.
After those first days of hunting
were over, we usually had an icebox: 9
full of meat and three-quarters of a
day of pure delight.
Then there were the days when we
would pull up into Whiskey Slough as
far as the boat would go, then strike
out through the swamp. The hunting
was good, there was nobody to scare
the:pants off us by shooting right near
us and the woods in that area were
made for hunting.
Now, I even wonder why I keep
-my shotgun. I have one of those
Belgian made Browning "Sweet 16's".
They don't make a gun like that
anymore, so mine is rapidly becoming -
a collector's item. I have had the gun
for more than 30 years, but it seems -
like now the time is rapidly approach-
ing where the best thing I can do with -
it is put it on some pegs up on the wall
and look at it and remember those: _
days when I wouldn't miss the first
day of a hunting season for anything
in the world.


St. Joseph's Bay
High Low
November 21 3:00a.m. 12:37p.m.
| 9:21p.m.
November22 7:39p.m. 10:57 am.
November23 7:30p.m. 4:39a.m.
November24 7:27p.m. 4:59a.m.
November25 7:46p.m. 5:33a.m.
November26 8:15p.m. 6:22a.m.
November27, 7:47p.m. 6:48a.m.
November28 9:22p.m. '7:27a.m.


Kesley Colbert's Country Column


Comrades, My Hind Foot!


"Watson" Is A Lover of

Adventure and Travel


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fl. THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1985


."Gene Raffield Didn't Catch Those Fish"


- Randy


Randy Raffield, 22, was
indignant over his being
arrested by the Florida Mar-
ine Patrol Thursday night
and charged with having
illegal sized redfish in his
possession.
Raffield said he wasn't
indignant over being charged
with catching the fish. "My
boat caught them. We had
71,000 pounds and according
to the Marine Patrol we had
4,054 redfish which were
from two inches to six inches
too large. The thing I didn't
like was being referred to as
'Gene Raffield's son'. I did
the fishing myself and made
my own decision. I am an
adult and my dad wasn't
even in the state at the time.
He had nothing to do with it,


so his name shouldn't have
entered the picture"
Raffield said he located the
fish schooling off Beacon Hill
in the Gulf of Mexico "and we
struck. I had no way of
knowing how large or small
they were or even that most
of them were redfish. After
they were caught, it was too
late to be worrying about size
as the catching operation
usually causes most of the
fish caught, to die."
Raffield said he knew it
was no defense, but he was
unaware the larger redfish
had been placed off limits by
the Florida Marine Fisheries
Commission and their ac-
tions approved by the Florida
Cabinet in September. "I've


Sweet Tater Pie!
Marvin: Sweet Potato" Shattles, brought these two
hige yams by The Star office earlier this week, showing
toem off as products out of his St. Joe Beach garden. The
potatoes weighed six pounds each. -Star photo


)Letters(Fromp age 2

bu ks by sending the dog call at home,, and one o
catcher to 104 Yaupon and has to run out to
whistling for Watson. Wat- Warehouse. Of course,
son, always up for an adven- son is not relegated to the
tue, .leaps to the call. The pen but is up front in
first time or two,; he was office usually command
relegated to the back of the ing the most comfort
tr'ck, but that has been more chair in the place. The s
than a year ago. At this point at the dog pound then
in his life, he rides proudly in .ceeds to extract payment
the front seat next to the dog the damage done to the
catcher often with his front of Port St. Joe by my vic
pavs planted firmly on the dog and lets us proc
dashboard for the most ad- home.
vaptageous view of the world I do not object to
passing by. catchers, and I do not ob
I is not so much that I too vehemently to pa'
object to Watson enjoying $7.00 to allow my dog
hir self in this manner, it is joyride for the after
wlat happens after the dog What I would like to req
catcher has completed her is that you use what
appointed rounds. I get a call influence is available to
at the office or Mary gets a as Editor of our fine new!
per to see that the
Catcher drops Watson of
Sthe house on her way hi
*K esle from work. We will be ha
(Continued from Page 2) to pay her the $7.00 at
The leaders of th7 Soviet time and this action will
saved us the trouble of
Union have made/careers ave te oule
out of lying since the begin- havin to makehoue Th
,ning of that government in you for your support
1917. They are totally com- you for your support
mitted to only one thing and cooperation in this matte
that is world domination. Sincerely,
Think about it. We can pray Thomas bson
Jor peace and we can hope
that things will work out but O PTTARY:.
let's no -get too carried U 1 *.
away. We couldn't trust i L Alford
them yestoiday so can we J. L. Alford
believe anything they might Taken by Des
say today? tgtme put this
another way I don't know Mr. Joseph Lawrence
how you feel and I'm certain-, ford, 67, of Wewahitchka
ly not telling you what to early Sunday at Bay Med
think, but as for me, boys, I Center after a longillness
don't trust those commies was a native of Wa
any further than I can throw County and had lived
'em. Wewahitchka for the
They keep screaming eight years.
about our "unfair and dan- He is survived by a
gerous"* Star Wars pro- Larry Alford of New Y
gram but they don't say any- City; a daughter, Di
tling about their new top Mitchell of Tallahassee
secret weather machine. brother, Gordon Alford
How else can you explain all Wewahitchka; a sister, C
the hurricanes coming up Lee Whitfield of Wewahi
the gulf this season? ka; two grandchildren
I understand from a most numerous nieces and
reliable source that just yes- phews.
terday Gorbachev was tell- Funeral services were 1
ing Reagan that he wanted Tuesday at the Glad Tidi
our two countries to be Assembly of God Churcl
friends as long as the grass Wewahitchka with Rev.
grows and the water .... Claycomb officiating. Bu
Respectfully, was in the family plol
Kesley Pleasant Rest Cemetery


* Don't you jtst wonder
sometimes who this Star
Wars, program is "unfair
and dangerous" to?


Overstreet.
All arrangements were
Gilmore Funeral Home,
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heard of making fish illegal
because they are too small,
but I never heard of making
them illegal because they are
too large."
"What the law says, in
effect, is that there will no be
commercial fishing for red
fish. If you know what
species they are in the water
when you drop your net, you
had better leave them alone
because there is no way to
find out how big they are
until they are hauled up in
the net and then it's too late."
Raffield faces a fine of $500
and possible confiscation of


his boat as a penalty for
catching the fish. Red fish
are protected, limiting one
per person over 32 inches in
length.


ies. Richter filed the charges
-against Raffield and confis-
cated the fish.


The catch was sold early
this week, at auction, to
Chuck Bodiford, a Panama


City seafood dealer, who
paid 42 cents per pound for
the fish.. Raffield's received


eight cents per pound for
cleaning and processing the
catch for market.


,Coommnunitv Thanksrgiving Service Mon.


Raffield is to appear before -%. ^^ A .. %L '.J& V JK
County Judge David Taunton The annual Community for his many blessings to our worship in recognition of a
in January in what he says is Thanksgiving Service will be nation, our community, our common faith, a common
his first violation of marine held at the First Baptist individual congregations, Savior, and a common desti-
fishing rules and regulations. Church at 7:00 p.m. next and to us as the children of ny.
The fish were seen at Monday, the 25th of Novem- God.
Raffield Fisheries where ber. Ministers from the black The service will feature
they were unloaded for pro- community and the white instrumental selections,
cessing by Bucky Richter, This is one of the occasions community will join together choir presentations, congre-
Marine Patrol officer, mak- when all the churches of Port in this joyous service of national singing, and inspira-
ing a regular and routine St. Joe come together to show thanksgiving. They will lead tional prayers with a stirring
inspection trip to the Fisher- gratitude to Almighty God their congregations in .joint message;


The offering will be dedi-
cated to the ministries of the
ministerial association. If
you would like. to be a
contributor but cannot attend
the service, please address.
your contributions to the Port
St. Joe Ministerial Associa-
tion, c-o The Rev. M. Handy,
P.O. Box 38, Port St. Joe, FL
32456.


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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fl. THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1985


Original Oil Painting of G


Center Is Donated by Mrs.


SThe Garden Center on 8th
Street was a "bee hive" of
activity when the members
of the Port St. Joe Garden
Club met Thursday, Novem-
bier 14, for its regular meet-
ing under the supervision of
president, Jeri Ashcraft.
Actually, this was a combi-
nation of Thanksgiving and
Christmas, because the hall
was beautifully decorated for
Thanksgiving and delicious
'Thanksgiving refreshments
were served by the Novem-
ber hostesses, Mrs. Stiles
Brown, Mrs. Bertha Byrne,
and Mrs. Rella Wexler. Mrs.




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Brown explained that the
beautiful cornucopias, with
the fruit and birds, belonged
to Mrs. Josephine Arbogast,
a former president of the
club, and had been loaned by
Mrs. Helen Baldwin. The
program, however, had to do
with Christmas, a workshop
ably conducted by Mrs.
George Hamby, who had
brought an unbelievable
amount of materials to be
used in making decorations
for Christmas, as well as
articles for sale, reminiscent


of the Vicksburg era a
hundred years ago. During
the afternoon, a number of
Christmas specialties and
"what nots" were put toge-
ther.
A happy surprise for Gar-
den Club members was the
presentation by Mrs. I.C.
Nedley of a beautiful paint-
ing of the Garden Center, the
work of Mrs. Eloise Curry, a
former resident. The picture
had been painted especially
for Mrs. Nedley from a color
snapshot.


Lister and Avrigan


Wewa Homecoming

Congratulations to the 1985-
86 Wewahitchka Homecom-
ing king and queen, Carroll___
Michael Lister, II son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Lister of
Wewa. and Yvette Marie
Avrigan, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Brian Avrigan of We-
tappo Estates.
There -was a full house
attending the homecoming
ceremonies and football /
game Friday night as Wewa
stomped Anneewakee 46-6.


arden


Nedley
Some interesting events
have been planned for the
coming months, among them
a special January program
on horticulture to be present-
ed by Mrs. Ethel Bridges, the
chairman. Also in January
Mrs. John Blount, Chairman
of Ways and Means, will
conduct a "White Elephant"
sale. Both of these special
events should be of real
interest to the members and
others who might enjoy at-
tending.


Final Plans for
Collier, Price
Final plans are being inade
for the wedding of Miss Eva
Collier and Stacy Price on
Friday, November 22 at 7:00
p.mi at Long Avenue Baptist
Church.
No local invitations are
being sent but all friends and
relatives of the couple are
cordially invited to attend. A
reception will follow in the
church social hall.

Underwoods
Have Baby Girl
John Wesley Underwood,
Jr. welcomes his sister,
Tachalla Lynnessee. She ar-
rived on October 16.
Proud parents are Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Underwood, Sr.


Members of Port St. Joe High School's Marching Band of Marching Contest Saturday. A superior is the highest rating
Gold line up for refreshments Monday at the school. The a band can receive and is an indication of the great amount of
Band Parents Association organized the party for the band hard work put into practicing their half-time show during the
members following their receiving a superior rating at past three months. -Star photos
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Band Takes A


Superior Rating


The Port St. Joe Band of
Gold attended the Florida
Bandmasters Association
District 15 marching festival
in Panama City last Satur-
day. The band was judged on
their playing ability, march-
ing ability and the general
effect of the performance.
The band rated a superior at


Grass ,stains can some-
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'clothing with just a few
drops of rubbing alcohol.


the contest which is the
highest mark a band can
receive. The grading was the
first "Superior" rating the
band has received in three
years.
The band is under the
direction of Lamar Weather-
mon assisted by Terry Stry-
ker and Becki Weathermon.


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Band Director Lamar Weathermon is shown holding the members seem more intent
trophy received by the band at marching contest. The band than on admiring the trophy.


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Luncheon at Tyndall


The Sea Oats and Dune
Garden Club met on Novem-
ber 12 at the Mexico Beach
Chamber of Commerce
building. There was 31 ladies
present, seven of them were
guests.
Ruth Nance had a program
on floral arrangements for
the holidays.
The club made plans for
their Christmas luncheon
which will be held at the
Tyndall NCO Club on De-
cember 10 at 12:00 CST.
Guests are welcome, for
reservations call Jean Heath-
cock at 648-5621 or Vesta
Conley at 648-5853. There will
be a Christmas ornament
exchange. Plans were also
made for their annual Christ-
mas Decoration Contest in
December. This is for anyone
living in St. Joe Beach,
Beacon Hill and Mexico
Beach.
Hostesses for the meeting
were Jean Jackson, Ruby
Hobson and Claire Hutch-
ings.
The Sea Oats and Dunes


Garden Club is'affiliated with
the Florida Federation Gar-
den Club, Inc.


Seniors

Raising

Funds
The Senior Citizen's Asso-
ciation of Gulf County's fund
raising drive is in full swing.
The staff and its members
will be selling correspond-
ence notes, napkins, Christ-
mas cards, all occasion cards
and 1986-87 calendar plan-
ners at the Saveway, IGA
and Piggly Wiggly grocery..
stores in Port St. Joe on
November 22 from 10:00 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m. These funds will
be used to improve the
quality of life for our senior
citizens to which we serve.
Thank you members of
Gulf County for your help in
this worthy effort thus far.


Fennell, Riley
Are Married
Charlie A. Fennell, Jr., son
or Mr. A.D. and Mrs. Eva
Mae Fennell and Mildred
Ann Riley, daughter of Mr.
Willie and Mrs. Virgie Mae
Riley, were joined in holy
matrimony on November 5.
The couple are former
residents of Port St. Joe and
they are now residing in Fort
Washington, Maryland.

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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1985 PAGE FIVE


Mrs. Quackenbush

Is Hostess to Guild


CLASSIFIED ADS
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St. Margaret's Guild of St.
James' Episcopal Church
met Monday, November 18 at
the home of Helen Quacken-
bush.
Alice Core, chairman of the
guild, led the group in the
opening prayer, and Ida
Copenhaver presented the
program. Mrs. Copenhaver,
former resident of Port St.
Joe now residing in Pensaco-
la, reviewed the book Love in
the Mortar Joints.
Guild members present, in
addition to Father Jerry R.
Huft, were Monica Stone,


Paint
The City Waste Watchers
donated eight cans for the
Port St. Joe Elementary
,School to use for trash as a
promotion for keeping the
school yards free of litter.
St. Joe Paper Company


Garbage
had the cans painted-a solid
green and students decorated
them to make them more
attractive.
Shown in the picture above
are Student Council mem-
bers from the third through


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


Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE


DANIEL W. DUNCAN
Pastor


MICHAEL HANDY
Minister of Music
& Youth


Kathryn Pdrker, Alice Ku-
nel, Thelma Morgan, Fran-
ces deBuhr, Virginia Owens,
Jackie Huft, Lila Brouillette,
Claire Cowherd, Mary
Daughtry, Lea Johnsen and
Margaret Reining.
Mrs, Core announced the
next meeting will be the
traditional December cookie
exchange. It will be held on
Monday, December 16 at the
home of Mrs. Kunel.
Mrs. Quackenbush served
dessert and coffee at the
conclusion of the meeting.


Shower for Bodifords,

Victims of Home Fire


Cans
the sixth grades busy,decor-
ating the cans.


The ladies auxiliary of the
Mexico Beach Volunteer Fire
Department will hostess a
kitchen-linen shower for Ro-
bert and Dottie Bodiford at
the fire hall on Sunday,
November 24 at 3:00 p.m.
Friends and residents of the
beaches are encouraged to
donate new or used items in
order that they might start
housekeeping again.


The Bodiford's home in
Mexico Beach and all their
possessions were destroyed
by fire on November 9.
Robert and Dottie have been
members and officers in the
Volunteer Fire Department
and have been strong sup-
porters of Mexico Beach.
Everyone is cordially in-
vited to attend this expres-
sion of our support for them.


How Does Divorce

Affect Social Sec.?


JOLIE MARIE HOGAN


Jolie Is One
Jolie Marie Hogan celebra-
ted her first birthday with a
Disney party Saturday, No-
vember 16 at her home.
Sharing in her special
occasion were Grandpa and
Grandma Murphy; Aunt Cin-
dy. Grandma Hogan, Uncle
Lomax and"Aunt Rebecca,
cousins Kim and Melissa,
Danny and Joyce Baxley,
Travis Monroe, Kim and
Dustin Powell, Selina Waller,
Debra and Rhett Butler,
Becky, Brandy and Ashley
White, Debbie, Justin and
Katherine Allen, Marilyn and
Brian Bizek, Jimmy, Patsy,.
and Sherry Cooley, Ann,
Nicholas, and Julia Comfort-
er, Lynn and Natalie Burge,
Terri Lyles, Tonya and
Christopher Knox, and Renee
and Brittany Reeves.
Jolie is the daughter of
Ronnie and Janet Hogan.


If you are divorced, finan-
cial matters can be a major
concern. This is especially
true if you have dependent
children or you are older and
have counted on getting
benefits on your former
spouse's Social Security re-
cord.
As a divorced person, you
should be aware of what,
protection Social Security
can provide. In this way, you
will know what to expect
should you or your former
spouse have a loss of income
due to death, disability, or
retirement.
Unmarried children can
get monthly benefits when.
either parent insured under
Social Security dies or re-
ceives disability or retirement
checks. Their payments con-,
tinue to age 18 (19 if in high
school) or to any age if
disabled before 22.
If you are caring for a child
under 16 or disabled who is
getting benefits on your
deceased former spouse's
record, you may be eligible
for checks also if your
earnings are limited. If you
are under 65 and earn $5,400
or less in 1985, for example,
you are eligible for all
benefits. If you earn over. the
annual exempt amount
(which will increase in 1986),
$1 in benefits must be with-


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Standing with ribbons, Terri Howard, left and Holly
Lyons. Kneeling, Nichole Wilder, left, and Brandy Sharpe.

St. Joe Gymnasts Win

Awards In Recent Meet


Four girls from St. Joe
Gymnastics traveled to Pa-
nama City Sunday, Novem-
ber 10 to compete in a
practice meet. It was a three
way meet against Panastics
of Panama City, Tallahassee
Tumbling Tots and St. Joe
Gymnastics. The practice
meet was intended to pre-
pare' the girls for sectional
competition to be held in


Pensacola November 23-24.
St. Joe Gymnastics cap-
tured the Class IV first place
team trophy.
Individual results are as
follows:
12 14'age group: Holly
Lyons, 1st bars, 1st beam, 1st
floors, 1st vault, and 1st all
around; Terri Howard, 2nd
bars, 3rd beam, 4th floor, 3rd
vault, and 2nd all around.
9-11 age group; Nichole
Wilder, 3rd bars, 3rd beam,
4th floor, 2nd vault, and 2nd
all around.
7-8 age group, Brandy
Sharpe, 2nd bars, 4th beam,
6th floor, 3rd vault, and 3rd
all around.
The girls are coached by
LuAnne Handy, Susan Wilder
and Jennifer Casey.


Eye
Openers
By: Wesley
Grace


THE PARTIALLY
SIGHTED/
SIMPLE AIDS
The simplest theory for
improving sight is to make
objects bigger and bolder.
Non-optical aids such as
large-print-edition books and
newspapers are available in
most local libraries. Large
number dials can be put on
traditional telephones.
There are playing cards with
extra-sized numbers,
needles that have especially
large eyes and a variety of
other practical aids availi
able from organizations like
The Lighthouse.
In general, older people
need more light in order to
see clearly. Adjustable
lamps which concentrate
light on small areas may
help for near-vision tasks. A
well-lit room will also im-
prove distance vision.
Younger partially sighted
people can bring reading
material closer to the eyes,
or walk up closer to objects;
to make them appear clear-
er. But, older people usually
having focusing loss which
makes this difficult.
Microscopic glasses, simple
magnifiers, or loupes attach-
ed to glasses very often comic
pensate for the focusing loss
and allow clearer vision at
closer distances.
It's wise to have eyes re-
examined regularly by an
optometrist.
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Community Service by
Dr. Wesley Grace
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Lee Brant celebrated his
6th birthday on October 31
with a Halloween party along
with many friends at his
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Crystal celebrated her 2nd
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Lee and Crystal are the
children of Mr. and Mrs. Stan By
Brant. They are the grand-
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Mulch! Mulch! Mulch!


Those Landscaping


Plants for Protection


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where the old Wewa Har
N located, is being built by
e O I Alabama concern which is b
The new store, scheduled to
A new convenience store is being built on Main Street the year, will be the s
in #ewahitchka. The new market, going up on property Wewahithcka.




Duck, Coot Seasol



Open On Novemb4

T&iTfirst phase of duck and Daily bag limits for ducks prairie states, the U.S. Fish
coo -iunting in Florida this are based on a point system. and Wildlife Service has
yeaiflruns from Nov. 27 Once a hunter bags enough reduced bag limits for many
thr t gh Dec. 1. The season ducks to equal or exceed 100 species. One big change is
begir at one-half hour be- points, he will have reached the point value of ring-
fore Sunrise the day before his daily bag limit. necked ducks. This year,
Thaiiksgiving Day. Because of declining wa- hunters will only be able to
Tjlg.second phase of duck terfowl populations due to take three birds rather than
anc(i'oot season is from Dec. climatic'conditions in Cana- the usual four. Also, there
10 through Jan. 13. da and the northwestern are no 10 point birds this


Fuqua Hails Action to Amend

Fair Labor Act to Aid Governments


Congressman Don Fuqua
recently hailed action by the
Preident in signing into law
legislation to amend the Fair
Lalor Standards Act to per-
milocal governments to pay
compensatory time in lieu of
ovetime for workers. The
United States Supreme,
Con t, in a decision known as
thetGarcia Ruling, held that
state and local governments
cotId not award employees
wit compensatory time off
insteadd of overtime pay. This
sittion created a severe




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problem for local govern-
ments, particularly in regard
to police officers and fire-
fighters.


Soc. Sec.
(Continued from Page 5)
benefits on your former
spouse's record if you .mar-
riage lasted at least 10 years.
. If he or she is alive, you can
receive payments as a di-
vorced spouse at 62 or older;
you can get checks even if
your former spouse has not
yet retired provided you have
been divorced at least two
years.
As a divorced widow or
widower, payments general-
ly can start at age 60.
However, they can begin as
early as 50 if you become
disabled no later than seven
years after your former
spouse's death or within
seven years after you re-
ceived survivors benefits be-
cause you had children in
your care.
If you wish to know more
about Social Security bene-
fits for divorced people,
contact any Social Security
office. The people there will
be glad to help you.


HIGHLAND VIEW

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


NOTICE
The Board of City Commission is
Considering a request by Gulf Pines
Hospital to install an internally lighted
faced sign in the mini-park on the
western side of the parking lot.
Said sign shall be singled faced
5'x10' made of impact X-15 acrylic
with embossed lettering and lighted
with high output fjorescent lamps.
Sign to be erected 3' above ground
level on a concrete foundation.
Final consideration of said request
will be given at the Regular Meeting of
the Board of City Commissioners of
Port St. Joe on December 2, 1985, at
8:00 P.M., E.S.T., in the meeting room
at the Municipal Building. All in-
terested parties are invited to attend
and be heard.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
/s/ L. A. Farris, City Auditor-Clerk
2t 11/21
IN THE CIRCUIT-COURT IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SHIRLEY ROSE SIMPSON,
Deceased.
File No. 85-49
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of
SHIRLEY ROSE SIMPSON, deceas-
ed, File Number 85-49, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Gulf County,


dware building was formerly
Mike Lister for lease to an
beginning to move into the area.
be complete about the first of
second convenience store in
-Star photo




a to



er 27

year. The lowest point value
is 20.
Fulvous tree ducks, can-
vasbacks, black ducks, Flor-
ida ducks and hen mallards
have a point value of 100
each.
Redheads, wood ducks and
hooded mergansers are as-
signed a point value of 70.
Drake mallards, ring-
necked ducks, ruddy ducks,
buffle-heads, goldeneyes and
pintails are worth 35 points
eacn.
Rnonn hlu lrinrdo and


.up, elue n ,
Fuqua, a prime cosponsor green-winged teal, gadwalls,
of the legislation to reverse shovelers, widgeons, Ameri-
the Court's ruling stated: can and red-breasted mer-
"All local governments were gansers and all sea ducks are
affected by the Supreme assigned values of 20 points
Court ruling. This is particu- each.
larly true for smaller units of All other species and sexes
government who may not of ducks are worth 35 points.
have funds in their budget to On. the other hand, coots
pay large sums for overtime, have no point value but they
do bear a daily bag limit of 15
"This legislation is a work- and a possession limit of 30.
able solution to the problem There will be no hunting
Aand :las supported by local- _season for brant.and geese in,
governments from through- Florida during 1985-86, as'
out the Second Congressional before.
District, as well as employee In order to hunt ducks in
organizations, who recog- Florida, each sportsman
nized the serious consequen- must carry a hunting license,
ces if Congress failed to act. I a federal and a state duck
am pleased that President stamp and, if using a wildlife
Reagan has signed the mea- management area, a wildlife
sure into law to bring stabili- management area stamp.
ty to work and overtime Also, duck hunters are re-
requirements and feel confi- quired to use nontoxic steel
dent that this new law will be shot in many areas, and
well received in the Second -other restrictions apply in
District." some areas.


Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which is 1000 Fifth Street, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456. The names and ad-
dressses of the personal representa-
tive and the personal representative's
are set forth below.
All interested persons are required
to.file with the court, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all
claims against the estate and (2) any
objection by an interested person on
whom this notice was served that
challenges the qualifications of the
personal representative, venue or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has begun
on November 21, 1985.
Personal Representative:
/s/ Roy A. Simpson
4875 Magnolia Aveiue
Mulberry, Florida 33860
PETERSON, MYERS, CRAIG,
CREWS, BRANDON & MANN, P.A.
By: /s/ Claude C. Sweat
Post Office Drawer BS
Lakeland, Florida 33802
813/6834511
Attorney for Personal Representative
2t11/21


Roy Lee Carter
County Extension Director
Mulching is one of the best
things we can do for land-
scape plants. Most of us use a
mulch simply because it
makes our plants look better.
But, improving the land-
scape's appearance is only
one of the many benefits of
mulching.
It is hard to decide which of
the benefits of mulching
landscape ornamentals is
most important. My informa-
tion for this article was
provided by Extension Horti-
culture Specialist, Dr. Ro-
bert Black of the University
of Florida's Institute of food
and agricultural sciences.
First, mulching makes it
harder for weeds to grow in
shrubbery and flower beds.
Also, a mulch acts as an
insulating blanket over plant
roots keeping them cool in
hot weather, -and warm in
winter.
Another advantage is that
a .mulch slows evaporation,
and helps conserve moisture
in the soil. It also reduces the
crusting that can occure
when the soil surface dries
out. This is important, be-
cause it allows water from
rain or irrigation to soak into
the soil, rather than running
off and causing erosion.
As organic mulches de-
compose, they work down
into the soil. This improved
soil texture, and may even
increase soil fertility. And, of
course, mulching just makes
the landscape look better.
Two types of mulching
materials are used in Florida
organic mulches and inert
mulches. Organic mulches
include compost, bark,
leaves, grass clippings,
straw, wood chips, saw dust,
and similar materials. Inert
mulches are things like gra-
vel, pebbles, and polyethyl-
ene plastic film.
Applying an organic mulch
is a simple matter. Just
spread a two to four inch
thick layer of the selected
material around the base of
newly planted landscape or-
namentals. Then add more
mulch as needed during the
year. But, never allow the
nmulch to pile up around the
trunks or lower branches of


fertilizer, but plastic mulch
reduces the amount that
leaches out of the root zone of
your plants. So, you can
apply less fertilizer to begin
with. That's one reason why
IFAS scientists recommend
plastic mulch for commer-
cial ornamental and vegeta-
ble crops production in Flor-
ida.
To summarize, mulching
can be one of your most


CARTER
your plants. Spring is usually
the best time to add mulch to
established plants.
If you're mulching with
straw, wood chip, or saw-
dust, it is a good idea to apply
some high nitrogen fertilizer
at the same time. One or two
cups of such fertilizer per
bushel of mulch should help
avoid deficiency problems.
If you're using plastic
mulch the polyethylene film
we mentioned, you need to
add fertilizer first. Apply
about two pounds of ;a
recommended garden fertili-
zer for. every 100 square feet.
Broadcast it over the area:,
and work it down about two
or three inches into the soil.
This may not seem like much


valuable gardening practi-
ces. Mulch helps control
weeds, and conserves soil
moisutre. It also moderates
soil temperatures, improves
texture, and can increase
fertility. Finally, mulch acds
to the beauty of your land-
scape, for a relatively low
cost. You'll get good results
by using a variety of organic
and inert mulching mater-
ials.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fl. THUIRSDAY, NOV. 21, 1985i


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Book Week at

PSJ Elementary
Book week at Port St. Joe Interest in books continued
Elementary School was cele- to grow during the week as
brated with a week of excit- students planned to join the
ing activities enjoyed by parade of book characters on
students, teachers, and staff Friday morning. All the
members. Students display- favorites were there to par-
ed a truly outstanding inter- ade before the judges hoping
est in books and reading. to win one of the three prizes.
A tremendous book fair. The week of celebration.
composed of a book collec- encouraging students: to
tion put together especially read, ended on Friday after-
for students in Port St. Joe noon when Amelia Bedelia.
Elementary School started Abraham Lincoln. Johnny
the week of celebration and Appleseed. Alice in Wonder-
continued all week. The land, Curious George. Minnie
puppet and book marker Pearl. Rip Van Winkle, and
contests had entries from all many of the other favorites
grades. First, Second, and were heard planning to meet
third place prizes were again during Book Week in
awarded, in each contest on November 1986. Book Week
primary and intermediate really was super in Port St.
levels. Joe Elementary School!


TIlE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fl. TIILRSDAY. NOV. 21. 1985


BOOK MARK CONTEST K-3: From left, Angel King, 1st; Kayce Knox, 2nd; and Kimberly
Burkett, third place.


PARADE of BOOK CHARACTERS: Taking top honors in the 4th- 6th grades was Ricky
Hobbs as Tin Man, with Tappan Gandy winning second as Rip Van Winkle and Kelli Moree tak-
ing third as Pippi Longstocking.

-..ij- .


BOOK MARK CONTEST 4th4-th: From left, Sean Lmay,
1st; David Clark, 2nd and Joel Haft, third place.


PARADE of BOOK CHARACTERS K-3: Cammi Wimberly as Little Red Hen won first;
with Lance WhiteEagle who has already shed his costume as Dumbo won second ; and Chris
Taylor as the Mummy won third.
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HIGHLAND VIEW
BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. and Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................' ...... 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M. & 7:00 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ............... 6:00 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7:00 P.M."
Nursery Provided JIMMY CLARK, Pastor


, Shown at left are the win-
ners of the puppet contest in
grades four six. From left,
Patricia Nedley, 1st; Pam
Bowen, 2nd and Ltizia Mar-
tin, 3rd.


Persuasion or


Punishment?


by Bill Fleming
I hear parents disciplining
their children. I hear teach-
ers talk about disciplining
their students. I hear em-
ployers talking about disci-
plining their employees. But
they're only discussing pun-
ishment. When I looked in my


handy old dictionary I found
eleven definitions for disci-
pline. Only the third focuses
on punishment. In a variety
of ways the other eight
definitions emphasize pro-
viding an environment likely
to encourage behavior we
approve of and discourage
unacceptable behavior.
We really are disciplining
when we praise or otherwise
reward someone whose be-
havior pleases us. When we
smile approvingly we encou-
rage desirable behavior.
When we take the time to
notice a job well done we are
disciplining. In fact, when we
notice behavior we wish to
encourage we are accom-
plishing something never
achieved through punish-
ment. We are letting others
know what behavior is most
acceptable. Punishment only
tells them what they are not
suppose to do. In fact,
research in the behavioral
sciences indicates that those
who have primarily experi-
enced punishing discipline
often do not know what is
expected of them. But they
certainly know what is for-
bidden. Their only safe
choice is to do nothing. But
that also makes us angry.
Is punishment so often
used as the doly form of
discipline beca se we aren't
aware of alternatives? Be-
cause when we punish, and
eliminate behaviors, we
don't have to think about the
behavior we'd like to see?
Because it saves us from
thinking about goals? Or
maybe its because we are
only looking for behavior we
disapprove of.
Looking at discipline dif-
ferently means that desired
behavior is noticed more
often. When that happens
everyone is rewarded. We
see more positive character-
istics in others, and they feel
better about themselves.


The hood ornament on
a Rolls Royce is known
as the Spisit of Ecstasy.


NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
l 146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
ir L4 A R ev. Theodore A ndrew s, P astor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:30A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00A.M.
EVENINGWORSHIP ................... 6:00P.M.
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NOTICE



Notice is hereby given that the 1985 Certified Tax Roll has been
delivered by the Property Appraiser to the Tax Collector for
collection. The 1985 Gulf County Tax Roll is open for collection
beginning November 21, 1985.

The Tax Collector's office is located in the Gulf County
Courthouse, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, Florida. Office hours
are from 9 A.M. until 5 P.M., Monday through Friday. The mailing
address is:
Gulf County Tax Collector
1000 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456

Real and personal property taxes levied by the following taxing
authorities will be collected:
Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County School Board
City of Port St. Joe
City of Wewahitchka
Northwest Florida Water Management District
Tupelo Fire Control District
St. Joseph Fire Control District
Howard Creek Fire Control District
Overstreet Fire Control District

DISCOUNT SCHEDULE:
4% Discount on Payments Made Before December 21
3%07 Discount on Payments Made December 21-31
2% Discount on Payments Made During Month of January
1% Discount on Payments Made During Month of February
Payable without Discount During Month of March
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EDA RUTH TAYLOR

TAX COLLECTOR GULF COUNTY
Phone 229-6116 or 229-6652


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pAGF, SEVEN







THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1985


G i Big 6 Terry Farmer (76), Randy Wilder (44), and Doug the War Eagles all-everything running back.
Gators W in Big 46-6 Robinson, on the ground, swarm in to stop Willie Thomas,


Doug Robinson stretches his full length to make a
circus catch of a Robert Harris pass in Wakulla's end zone
Friday night to put the Sharks on the scoreboard for the 4
first time in the game.


Eight In A Row Defeat War Eagles 26-13
Eight In A ow


The Gators kept their eye
on the game at hand last
Friday night, and completely
Idemolishld the Aneewakee
.Warriors before a home
crowd anxiously watching
-every step the Gators make
in the direction of the state
!championship play-offs this
-year.
SThe Gators rolled up three
touchdowns in the first per-
iod and three in the last,
'pumping up their offense'
long enough to score a lone
,TD in the third quarter to
"demolish the Warriors, 46-6.
Again Friday night, it was
.Tod Sterzoy who made the
big. numbers for the Gators
and it was the tough Gator
:liec who made the holes for
-Sterzoy to do what he does
-best-run the football. Ster-
zoy accounted for 211 of the
Gators 407 yards on the
ground and crossed the goal
line twice.
It was evident, Friday
night, that the Gators were
going to make it eight wins in
a row, when they marched
down the field in eight plays
on their first possession of
the football, to score on a
Sterzoy 36-yard gallop.
The senior running back
got back on track when the
Gators got the ball again,
ripping off an 83-yard dash,
which put the Gators in
position for Marcus Williams
to score on. a three-yard
plunge:
Al Colvin made it one for
the defense late in the first
quarter, when he picked off a
Warrior pass and skipped
down the sideline for a 36
yard run-back. David Paul
kicked one conversion at-
tempt in the first period.
The Warriors, who threw
21 times during the game,
connected with a 64-yard
scoring strike from quarter-
back Tom Bryant to Mac
Quincey in the second period
for the only score of the
quarter. The Warriors were
unable to get the extra point.
Early in the third period,
William Norris put six more
points on the scoreboard for
the Gators with his five yard
lunge and Paul's kick gave
the Gators a 26-6 margin
which seemed to tell the
Warriors their group was
whipped for the night.
In the final period, Sterzoy
crossed the goal line after a
five-yard jaunt; Frank Ear-
ly scored on a 15 yard run and
John Myers put the Gators'
last points on the board with
his 26-yard scoring gallop.
In the game, David Paul
I


kicked four out of seven extra
point attempts.
FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night, there Will be
war in Wewahitchka.
The FAMU Baby Rattlers
come to town to tussle with
the Gators over the District
2A championship and the
opportunity to go into the
state championship play-
offs.
Both the Gators and the
Rattlers have 8-1 over-all
records and both are un-
defeated in District play.
SThe Gators only defeat of
the season has come at the
hands of Port St. Joe in the
first game of the season. Port
St. Joe won their District
championship last Friday,
defeating Wakulla 26-13. The
Rattlers; have as their only
defeat of the season, a last
second defeat by the War
Eagles.
In district play, the Ratt-
lers have scored 156 points
and allowed nine while the
Gators have scored 86 and
allowed 51.
SRegaidle~ss' of" the red rd
and the statistics, Friday
night's game promises to be
a real battle between the
Rattlers and the Gators as
the Rattlers try to make a
repeat trip to the state'
play-offs and the Gators try
for their first trip to the
championship.
A Gator win Friday night
would put the state cham-
pionships for both Class A
and AA football within the
reach of Gulf County teams.
Wouldn't that be something?
THE YARDSTICK
AHS Wewa
First downs 9 18
Rushes, yards 17-45 44-407
Passing yards 153 36
Total yards 198 443
Passes 10-21-5 2-6-0
Punts 2-38 2-31
Fumbles, lost 1-0 3-2
Penalties, yards 5-53 5-45

Elementary

Gym Open
The Port St. Joe Elementa-
ry School gym will be open on
Tuesday and Thursday even-
ings from 7:00 until 10:00
p.m. and on Sunday after-
noons from 1:00 until 5:00
p.m.

The total amount of tea
Americans drink is only
one-tenth of the amount
of coffee that gets drunk
each year.


Sharks


They did it!
For the second consecutive
year in a row, the Sharks will
be irriolved in the state
championship play-offs at
the expense of the Wakulla
War Eagles.
The Sharks used a hard-
hitting defense and a deter-
mined offense to nudge the
War Eagles aside, 26-13.
Althoughhe was ill with the
flu and under a doctor's care,
Josh Jenkins was able to get
in the game just enough
Friday night, to run away
with game honors and put the
points on the scoreboard in
the second period which
turned the game around for
the Sharks.
Doug Robinson came in for
his share of the heroics,
catching a pass while jugg-
ling the ball in the end zone
and falling on his back for the
first Shark TD of the game
. and..hit the War Eagles with.,
18 tackles for the game.
Robinson scored on a cir-
cus catch of a Robert Harris
pass into the end zone on a
fourth down and five play


from 12 yards out, hitting the
out-stretched hands of Ro-
binson, who was falling back-
wards when the ball reached
him. Robinson juggled the
ball, but fell under, it and
caught it as it fell on him for
the TD.
'The War Eagles had made
the Sharks look bad by taking
the first possession of the ball
and marching the length of
the field on the runs of
super-star Willie Thomas.
Herman Metcalf kicked the
extra point and the Eagles
had seven quick points on the
scoreboard before the Sharks .
could even get unwound.
Robinson's catch unwound
the Sharks and they settled
down to play football for the
next three quarter.
Later in the second period,
the Eagles had to punt from
their own 35 yard line.
Metcalf got off a booming
,kick which sealedd to the
Shark 25 yard line. Jenkins
fielded the kick, received a
key block from Robinson to
break him to the right side of
the field and raced up the


sideline, following his block-
ers, all the way to the War
Eagle goal line, crossing it
with 2:10 left in the period.
Jenkins' 75 yard punt re-
turn was in addition to the 63
yards of offense he picked up
in his spotty appearance in
the game.
The run put the Sharks up
with a 12-7 lead at half time.
The third period was a
defensive battle for both
teams, but in the fourth
stanza, the Sharks came out
smoking, determined to
wrest the District champion-
ship from the War Eagles for
the second year in a row.
Early in the last period, the
Sharks were lounging around
the Eagles' 45 yard line with
second down and nine to go.
Suddenly, Robert Harris
started scrambling and be-
fore you knew it, the Sharks
were on the Eagles' one yard
.line ona 45 yard .gallop, The
next play, Harris went over
the line with a keeper and the
Sharks were in a. position
where it would take two
touchdowns to beat them,


with a 19-7 lead.
After kicking the ball off,
the mile-high Sharks kept the
Eagles bottled up near their
goal line, when Metcalf at-
tempted to break out of the
position by passing from his
own four yard line. Dexter
Baxter stepped in front of the
ball and snared it, returning
it for a 14-yard scoring run,
untouched.
Now, the Sharks had a 26-7
lead and while the team only
hit harder in defense, the
Port St. Joe fans started
making plans to attend the
play-off games.
In the last five seconds of
the game, the Shark defense
let down and Thomas, who
had a superb night, despite
the Shark defense keying on
him, weaved his way up the
middle for a 10-yard scoring
run as the clock ran down to
40:00.
Thomas, who has set the
league on fire this year with
1,313 yards rushing, was
contained when he tried to
come up the middle by the
entire Shark line which met


e F-0-i. e


him and stopped him cold a
good percentage of the time.
When he got into the back-
field, the entire backfield
surrounded him, still he
gained a total of 186 yards for
the War Eagles.
Jenkins led the Sharks with
his 63 yards and 75 yard
return on seven carries.
Peters had 38 yards in 15
carries, Harris, 42 yards in
four runs, Randy Wilder 33
out of 10 and Joe Ray, three
yards in two tries.
THE YARDSTICK


PSJ Wak
First downs 10 14
Rushes, yards 38-179 35-214
Passing yards 29 88
Total yards 208 302
Passes 3-5-0 16-31-1
Punts 4-31 4-27
Fumbles 1-1 5-1
Penalties, yards 7-50 4-20
FRIDAY NIGHT i
Friday night, the Sharks
close out their season ifi
Sneads, meeting the Pirates
for their first time. Game
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Shark cheerleaders, Marie Fambro, Paula Ramsey
and Laura Van Pieterson, along with fans Susie Wood and
Marcia Stoutamire, congratulate Bink Raffield and the

Pittman Plays Well

for West Carolina Sat.


Port St. Joe's Michael
Pittman was one of the
Western Carolina Cata-
mounts who lost to Florida
State's Seminoles Saturday
night. Pittman, however,
was one of the bright spots in


the game for the Cata-
mounts.
Pittman, a freshman,
made spot appearances in
the game, but he made the
most of his appearances
while he was on the field.


Sharks as they come off the field after whipping Wakulla
last Friday night. -Star photos
-Star photos

Playing at slotback in the I
formation, Pittman caught
one of two passes thrown to
him for a 25 yard gain and '
returned three kick-offs for
20, 25 and 49 yards.
Port St. Joe coaches, who
attended the game said Pitt-
man played well for Western Although the standard Eng-
Carolina. lish dictionary contains be-
tween 300,000 and 500,000
A A words, the average person
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WE LOVE YOU!

from
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Bob and Carolyn Wahl

SUPERIOR


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METHODIST CHURCH
Constitution and Monument
OU Port St. Joe, Florida
SUNDAY SCHOOL ........... ......... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ..................... 7:00 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ........ 6:00 P.M.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1985 PAGE NINE



*Second Six Weeks Honor Students Announced

Port St. Joe Elementary School Has Large Number of Students Making Grades to Qualify for Honors


Principal Gerald Lewter
has recently released the
honor roll for the second six
weeks.
First Grade
AllA
Michael Burkett, Amy Buz-
zett, Karen ,Clark, Doyle
Crosby, Malisa Davis, Mi-
chelle Douds, Robbi Funder-
burk, Karen Falbe, Jonathan
Gilmore, Stuart Griffin,
Lyndsay Harbour, Stacey
King, Kayce Knox, Jeff Mul-
ls, -April Schmitt, Bryan
Simon, Matthew White and
Nikki Whitfield.
First Grade
A&B
Joe Boatwright, Mary
Bowen, Nancy Carter, Cry-
stal Causey, Kelly Causey,
McKayla Clark, Charlie
Cole, JoAnna Cutler, Farrah
Daniels, Allen Davis, Matt
Dixon, Tanya Duff, Daniel
Elder, Everett Gant, Randall
Holloway, Linda Jones, To-
sheka Langston, Kristie Low-
ry, John Ludlam, Foster
~Moore, Leon Morris, Jenny
Munroe,. Jolynne Parker,
Becky Player, Robert Price,
Germaine Roulhac, Wendy
Sawyer, Nick Sweazy, Jason
Terry, Heidi Thomas, Luke
Thomason, Matthew Todd,
Pamela Watkins, Angela
White and Brian Wood.
Second Grade
AH A
Eulalia Cruz, Leslie Fai-
son, Heather Fields, Melissa
Gable, Kelly Graham, Mark
Hatcher, Angel King, Kristi


Lawrence, Heather Raffield
Jennie Smallwood, Jennife
Walker, Brandy White
Lance WhiteEagle, and Aly
son Williams.
Second Grade
A&B
Scooter Acree, Sean Bai
ley, Desmond Baxter, Erica
.Beard, Mitzi Brown, Apri
Bryant, Travis Cannington
Nancy Cantley, J.W. Davis
Shontel Fedd, Donald Har
cus, DeAnna Horton, Laura
Johnson, D.C. Jones, Mike
King, Kristi Kirkland, Jer
maine Larry, Adam Lim
bach, Vanessa Mamoran
Lawrence Martin, Russel
McMillian, Casey Medley
Mandricka Miller, Matthew
Roberson, Chris Rudd, Regis
Thompson, Dominique Ward,
Mike White, Adam Whitfield,
Aaron Williams, and Rico
Yarrell.'
ThirdGrade
All A
Davida Byrd, Brian Ca-
they, Teresa Evensen, Nata-
lie Gant, Angie Griffin, Missy
Nobles, Barbara Phillips,
Jonathan Pierce, Katie Rich-
ardson, Neil WhiteEagle,
Beau Williams and Casey
Witten.
ThirdGrade
Third Grade
A&B
Kenya Baker, Jamie Be-
sore, Chris Buchanan, Dam-
ien.Byrd, Kristi Capps, Bry-
an Earley, Michael Garrett,
Aisha Harris, Chy Harrison,
Stevenr Hatcher, Tawanda


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Delana Linton, Minnie Lynn,
Shannon Millergren, Chris-
topher Mock, Michael Mock,
Tara Mullis, Shelly Neel,
Jacquelyn Terry, Laura We-
ber, Jessica White, and Fred
Willis.
Fourth Grade
All A
Shannon Antley, Chris Cox,
Lee Duren, Beth Harbour,
Timothy Hatcher, Erin Oli-
ver, Jamie .Parrish, Eric
Ramsey, Adam Taylor, Ni-
chole Wilder, and Kelli Yea-
ger.
Fourth Grade
AA&B
Steven Ailes, Melissa An-
derson, Kelly Burkett, Bryan
Butts, Kim Cooper, Racheal
Dykes, Faye Gilbert, David
Goodson, Melissa Hagan,
Marcy Huft, Kevin Lee,
Antrone Lewis, Christie Mc-
Culley, Danielle Moore, Joey
Newberry, Stephanie Norris,


Pausha Pendarvis, Andy
Smith and Todd Stokes.
Fifth Grade
All A
Nancy Munroe, Chuck
Watson, and 'Tim Whitfield.
Fifth Grade
A&B
Dana Earley, Jason Falbe,
Heather Johnson, Crystal
Kennington, Jodi Mapes,
Leah Ray, Tina Rich, Tonya
Powell, and Analisa Wood.
Sixth Grade
All A
Tenesa Adams, Paige Bo-
wen, Pam Bowen, Scott
Boykin, Rachel Higdon, Pa-
tricia Nedley, Felisha Pitt-
man, and Jason White.
Sixth Grade
A&B
Norton Arrant, Shaun But-
ler, Mary Ann Byrd, Lakit-
cha Daniels, Teleshi Daniels,
Jamie Fain, Larry Hatcher,
Brian Hill, Joel Huft, Howard


Port St. Joe High School


Principal, Edwin G. Wil-
liams, announces the names
of students listed on the
second six weeks honor roll
at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School.
Seventh Grade
All A's
Sharon Leigh Cook, Frank-
lin Kyle Griffin, Peter M.
Klope, Paula Pendarvis, Cry-
stal Smith, and Gwen White-
Eagle.
Seventh Grade
A&B
Lisa Atkins, Tammy
Capps, Derrick Chitty, Pat-
rick Freeman, Scott Godwin,
Sherrin Hill, Rachel McCul-
ley, Debra Monteiro, Robert
Nobles, David Parker, Ken-
dall Pinkey, Chris Roberson,
Virginia Sims, Matthew Tay-
lor, Wendy Weston, Calondra
White, Stephen White and
Paris Yancy.
Eighth Grade
All A's
John Joseph Parker.
A&B
Sharon Boykins, Larry
Byrd, Tyler Ford, Mark
Godwin, ;Timothy Kerigan,
John McDonald, John Moore,
Terry Quinn, Alaiia Richard-
son, Nicholas Rolack, and
Torrey Whitaker.
VE-8
Donna Peterson.
All B's
Angela Kay Whittamore.
Ninth Grade
'AU A's
Michael R. Ramsey.
Ninth Grade
A&B
Amy Andrew, Chris Bo-
wen, Lance Campbell, De-
wanna Davidson, Timothy
David, Matthew Durham,
Casi Gandy, J. Lee Johnson,
Stacy 'Kemp, 'Margaret
Maige,: Tracy Melvin,
George Newsome, Laura
Ridgley, Cyrus Riley, Han-
non Smith, Pauline Taylor,
Robert VanPietersom, aind
Chris Wahl.


*


Tenth Grade
All A's
Dawn Holloman, Lisa
Mahlkov, and Doris Sander.
Tenth Grade
A&B
Chris Brockman, Sherry.
Creel, Crystal Dean, Chris-
tine Falbe, Shannon Frickey,
Michelle Hicks, Ann LaLu-
zerne, LaShune Leslie, David
Lowry, Marcella Parker,
Scott Pritchett, Joe Ray,
Holly Russ, Raine Quinn and
Melissa Watson.
Eleventh Grade
All A's
Howard Richards, David
Staab, and Nancy Stouta-
mire.


The Florida Highway Pa-
trol has predicted forty-one
persons will die in Florida
traffic accidents during the
Upcoming Thanksgiving holi-
day period beginning at 6:00
tp, m.W,:,Wednesday, Nnvember
27, and ending midnight,
Sunday, December 1. This
prediction is based on data
collected over the three
previous Thanksgiving holi-
day periods.
Colonel Bobby R. Burkett,
Director of the Florida High-
way Patrol, stated, "If pre-
dictions are correct, this will
amount to one death occurring
every two hours and 31
minutes during the holiday
period, creating needless tra-
gedy and grief for many
families".
Department records reveal
that 48 percent of last years
42 fatal crashes were alcohol
related. According,to Colonel
Burkett, "Drinking and driv-
ing continues to be our
number one problem in traf-
fic safety. This problem can
be diminished only through
public cooperation coupled
with strict enforcement of
the law."
"Every available trooper
will be on patrol duty
throughout the state to help
curb this needless tragedy",
said Colonel Burkett, "and
alcohol related offenses and
speed violations will be our
top enforcement priorities".
"I appeal to the motoring
public to support our efforts
to save lives this Thanksgiv-
ing holiday by reporting any
impaired drivers to the near-


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to see your good
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CAR* HOME
LIFE HEALTH

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



STATE FA M
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How* Offce.: Biloo.lllgto UJ.Iol


Langridge, Karen Lanier,
Brian Lemieux, Kristy Mel-
vin, Kellie Moree, Timothy
Ovaert, Rhonda Pittman,
Davina Seymour, Jenny Sim-
mons, Carolyn Stephens. Joel
Stucki, Christopher Watson,
Jamey Wilder, Melissa Wil-
liamson, and Jason Witten.
BASIC SKILLS
A&B
Fifth Grade
Heath Gentry, Zane Glenn,
Lenora Jones, Belinda Pelt,
Charonda Philon, 'Lajuan
Quinn, Sandy Quinn, DeVon
Thomas, James Watkins,
and Terrance Williams.
Sixth Grade
Al Jones, Cori Stallworth,
and Anthony Thomas.
EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT
EDUCATION
A&B
Fifth Grade
Daniel Raffield and Jarred
Nolen.



Eleventh Grade
A&B
LaDonna Boykin, Debbie
Davis, Donna Dixon, Timica
Farmer, Sheila Harvey, Te-
resa Jones, Lee Parker,
Emily Six, Angie Smith,
Zandra Stephens, Carl White,
Jr., and Jeri Lynn Wilder.
Twelfth Grade
A&B
Lynn Aman, Carmelita
Clark, Marie Fambro, Dawn
Grace, Michelle Holloman,
Michelle Jenkins, Brett Kel-
ly, Tony Kemp, Sandra King,
Sheila Lucas, James Mc-
Quaig, Sharon Miller, Tam-
my Miller, and John Scully.


est Florida Highway Patrol
station or other law enforce-
ment agency," he concluded.


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VFW Completes Repair of

Storm Damage to Post Home
Good news! The damage ot painting. The post home All VFW members of District
:he post home as a result of looks good, the members 17 are asked to attend.
Hurricane Elena has been should come and take a look. Another fund raiser has
completed The work includ- The Post is organizing a been planned by the VFW
ed repairs to the roof, ceiling, work detail to do some odds Post for December 14. The
insulation, walls and interior and ends at the Post and ark Post is going to have a fish
looking for some volunteers fry and flea market. This
Gulf County to come out on Saturday, event will be located on Reid
S November 23 at 9:30 a.m. Ave. and Fifth St., next to
School Lunch Please volunteer your time City Hall. The flea market
for a short time and help to will start at 3:00 a.m. and the
spruce up your post home fish fry will commence at
and visit with fellow mem- 10:30 a.m. Come and shop
M E U bers. and enjoy a good fish fry
Below is a list of the school The regular meeting of the ($3.00) and the fixings.
menu for the Port St. Joe Post on November 28 has For the above mentioned
school for the week of been cancelled, flea market the VFW is
November 25 e2. The next regular meeting respectfully requesting dona-
Monday, Nov. 25 will be on December 10 at tions of clothing, toys, books,
Tacoswith cheese, lettuce, 7:30 p.m. for the membership tools, etc. If you are able to
omato, pinto beans, cake and the Ladies Auxiliary. donate an item please call
ind milk. Another important meet- George Coody at 227-1777, or
Tuesday, Nov. 26 ing is coming. VFW District drop off the item at the Arts
Battered dipped fish, cole 17 is meeting in Blountstown and Craft Shop located on the
law, lima beans, cornbread on November 24 at the Civic corner of Reid Ave. and
ani mi:l. Center, at 11:00 a.m. EST. Third St.


ilu ilulln.
Wednesday, Nov. 27
No lunch served, early
dismissal.
Thursday, Nov. 28
Thanksgiving holiday.
Friday, Nov. 29
Thanksgiving holiday.
SMenus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods. .

Square Dancers
Hosting Shindig
The Sunshiners Square
Dance Club are hosting a
Thanksgiving square dance
Saturday, November 23 at
8:30 p.m. at the Union Hall on
Sixth Street.
Callers will be Robert
Funderburk of Chattahoo-
chee and Ron Ray of Panama
City.

A pound of cheese
makes about five cups
of grated cheese.


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Pediatric Cardiologist





Gulf Pines Hospital is proud to announce
and welcome Samir H. Ebeid, M.D. to
Port St. Joe and Gulf County., Dr. Ebeid
opened a General Pediatric and Heart
Diseases Clinic in the Southwest wing of
Gulf Pines Hospital on Wednesday,
November 13, 1985. A graduate of the
Cairo University School of Medicine,
Cairo, Egypt in 1966, Doctor Ebeid
comes to Port St. Joe from Panama City
where he is in solo practice at 1010 Har-


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Samir H. Ebeid, M.D.
Board Certified in Pediatrics
Board Eligible in Pediatric Cardiology
Fellow of the American Academy
of Pediatrics
Member of the American College


rison Avenue. A native of Jordan, Doctor of Cardiology
Ebeid is Board Certified in Pediatrics,
Board Eligible in Pediatric Cardiology, Fellow of the American Academy of
Pediatrics, and a member of the American College of Cardiology.


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.ONGRATUL NATIONS


Port St. Joe High Band of Gold
for Your


"SUPERIOR" RATING
Earned at the Florida Bandmasters' Association Marching Festival last Saturday


Band Members are:


Blane Adams, Don Campbell, Kim Clayton, Steve Coffey, Matt Durham, April Fadio, Amy Ford, Sheila Harvey,
Michelle Hicks, Dawn Holloman, Michelle Holloman, Brett Kelly, Chris Kennington, Sheila Lucas, Christy Maige,
Rae McCoy, Danny Moree, Philip Nedley, Marcella Parker, Stephanie Porter, Laurel Raffield, Eddie Ramsey, Missy
Rice, Dell Rudd, Kristie Simmons, Angie Taylor, Chris Wahl, Melissa Watson, Carl White, Ty Young, Natalie
Freeman, Sheila Toole, Sheila Whitfield, Leslie Landano, Angie Smith, David Brown, Steven Combs, Josh Holloman,
Alison Handley, Ken Monette, Alicia Peterson, Aaron Wilson, Mary Ruth Wood, Aurelia Zimmerman, Sherry Creel,
Regina Williams, Kristine Nichols.
BAND DIRECTOR Lamar Weathermon
ASSISTANTS Terry Stryker and Becky Weathermon


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1985


221 Reid Avenue


ROY SMITH, Agent


Notices Public


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 41
IN PROBATE
IN liE: The Estate of
CHARLES W. BROCK,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
lT ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the ebnmlnlratk9 of the Estate of
CHARLES W. BROCK, deceased, file
number 41, i pending in the Circuit
Court oGulf County, Florida, Probat
Division, the address of which is P. O.
Boe S, Port St. Joe, Florida 326.
The Personal Representative of the
Estate is NAOMI C. BROCK, whose
address is 102 Sunset Circle, Port St.
Joe, FL 2456. The name and address
of the Personal Representatve's at-
torney are t forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the Estate are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MON-
THS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE to fe with the Clark of the
above Court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may have.
Eb' daim must be in writing and
imut indicate the bass of the laim
The name and address of the creditor
or his Agent or Attorney and
amount claimed.Iftheclaim Is not yet
due, the date when t will become due
doil be stated. I the claim is .co-
'taget or unliquidated, the nature of
Suncertainty shall be stated. If the
claim s secured, the security shall be
described Te Claimant shall deliver
Sstcient copes to the Clerk to enable
be erk tomall one copy to each Per-
onal Representatvae.
All pesnms interested in the Estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
mnistration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MON-
'IS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to Mfe any objections they
may have that challnge the validity
of the decedent's will, the qualifica-
tions of the personal representative or
the venue or jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OB-
JECIIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration s Thursday,
November 21, 19.
:// NAOMI C. BROCK, Personal
Representative of the
Estate of CHARLES W. BROCK,
deceased.
/i WILLIAM J. RISH,
-0 4th Street
P.O. Box S9
Port St. Joe FL 324
t94) 22M 'll
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
211l/21

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OFFLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
LU ORELL FOX,
Husband, Petitioner,
And
NELLIE ANN WHITFIELD FOX,
Wife, Respodent.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Nellie Ann Wlpitfeld Fox
Address Unknown
YOU ARE 4ER Y NOTIFIED a
SPetiion for-isotdo of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to seve a copy of your
Answer or other response to the Peti-
on on Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE
P. O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 3256
and fle the original thereof n the Cir-
cuit Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, on
or before te 19th day of December,
195. If you fail to do so, a Final Judg-
met for the relief sought may be
granted by Default.
DATED this the 13th day of
November, 195.
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circut Court
By: /s Tya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4t 11/V21


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
DAVID LLOYD WATSON,
Respondent, Husband,
And
MARY ELLEN GARRETT WATSON,
Petitioner, Wife
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: David Lloyd Watson
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been fled against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or other response to the Peti-
tion on Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE
P. O. Box248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file e original thereof the Cir-
cuit Court Clerks Office, Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, on
or before the 19th day of December,
195. If you fall to do so, a Final Judg-
ment for the relief sought may be
granted by Default.
DATED this the 12th day of
November, 1985.
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: / / Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4t11/21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLOIRIDA
CASE NO. 84-171
HUGHEY WILLIAMS, Individually
and as Subrogee of the United States
Department of the Treasury, Sears,
Roebuck and Company, and ROBERT
FREEMAN, Trustee,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ELEANOR WILLIAMS,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
I, Jerry Gates, Clerk Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida, under and by
virtue of an Order or Judgement
heretofore issued out of the above en-
titled court, in the above styled cause,
will sell to the highest bidder for cash,
real property, situate,lying and being
in Gulf County, Florida, to-wit:
The NWYV of the SW%, of Section 20,
15, RgW, lying West of State Road
381, in Gulf County, Florida.
on the 5 day of December, 195, at
11:00 A.M. at the frontdoor of the Gulf
County Courthouse.in Port St. Joe,
Florida.
JERRY GATES,
Clerk Circuit Court
By: s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
2t11/21
NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The County Court Judge's Office,
Gulf County, will receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or corpor-
ation interested in selling the .County
the following described personal pro-
perty:_
Desktop model copy machine
(transportable)
Uses legal, standard and smaller
sized paper:
Cassette & Manual feed:
Enlarger and reduction capabilities
Variety of color combination (toner)
Multiple copying:
Priced under 1400.00:
Delivery 'date on or before
December 19, 1985. Liquidated
damages for failure to deliver as
specified will be set at $25.00 per day.
Bids will be received until 10:00 a.m.
q.d.t. December 5th, at the Office of
i'awounty CotW 1000l5 Sutr" ,'Pd t
St. Joe, Florida 32456. All rights to re-
ject any and all bids retained by Coun-
ty Court Judge.
id/ Judge David L. Taunton
2t11/21

NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Boardof County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida, at its regular
meeting on November 26,1985, at 7:00
P.M., E.S.T., in the County Commis-
sioners' Room in the Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, will
consider the adoption of an ordinance
with the following title:
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR
THE AMENDMENT OF PORTIONS
OF ORDINANCE NO. 8-2; CHANG-


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meeting on November 26,1985, at 7:00
P.M., E.S.T., in the County Commis-
sioners' Room in the Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, will
consider the adoption of an ordinance
with the following title:
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THE AMENDMENT OF PORTIONS
OF ORDINANCE NO. 83-6; CHANG-
ING THE REQUIREMENTS FOR AC-
CEPTANCE OF ROADS BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION-
ERS OF GULF COUNTY; AND PRO-
VIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The Board of County Commissioners
will further consider said Ordinance
for adoption at its regular meeting on
December 10, 1985, at 9:00 'A.M.,
E.S.T., in the County'Commissioner's
Room at the Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
A copy of this Ordinance is on file in
the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION-
ERS, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /8/ Billy Branch, 9
Chairman It 11/21

NOTICE OF INTENT TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned person desires to
engage in business under the fictitious
name of
OCEAN SIDE PAWN SHOP
at 308 4th Street, Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, Florida.
The full and true name of every per-
son or entity interested in OCEAN
SIDE PAWN SHOP, and the extent of
the interest of each such person or en-
tity are as follows:
JOHN'T ODOM, 100%
Notice is further given that the
undersigned intends to register such
fictitious name with the Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court of such County.
DATED this 31st day of October,
1985.
OCEAN SIDE PAWN SHOP
By: /s/ John T. Odom
4tc 1/7


STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on tl
21st day of November, 1985, pursue
to a Writ of Execution issued in tl
County Court of Leon County, Florid
Case Number 84-3713 in the cause
STATE WIDE COLLECTION COl
PORTION, PLAINTIFF, v
JOHNEESE EXUM, DEFENDANT
I, AL HARRISON, SHERIFF C
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, ha'
levied upon the property of the defe
dent, to-wit:
One (1) 1979 Aspen, door
VIN:'FLA9B105202D0 --
TAG: IEY014
On the 17th day of December, 1985
Two O'clock (2:00) (EST) in the aft
noon on the steps of the Gulf Coun
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida,
will offer for sale said property f
cash tothe highest bidder, subject
all prior liens, if any, to satisfy sa
Writ of Execution.
/8/ AL HARRISON, SHERIFF
Gulf County, Florida 4t11/

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursue
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, t
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cour
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after
thefirst publication of this notice, t
fictitious name or trade name undi
which he will be engaged in busine
and in which said business is to be ca
ried on, to-wit:
PARKSIDE PROPERTIES SALES
AND RENTAL MANAGEMENT
6666 Parkside Drive
Cape San Bias
ort St. Joe, Florida 32456
SOwners: Langdon Flowers, Jr.
E. Ann Cleare
4tc10/

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that t]
Board of City Commission is con
during a request for two (2) variance
in the Zoning Ordinance as follows:
To construct a tri-plex apartme
building on Lot No. 13, Block 101
which Is presently zoned for sin
family dwelling;
To construct two apartments on L
No. 13, Block 1016, within six (6)feet
the westernly property line, and ae
apartment on Lot No. 13, Block 10
within eight (8) feet of the eastern
property line.
Final consideration of said reque
will be given at the Regular Meeting
the Board of City Commissioners
Port St. Joe on November 19, 1985,
8:00 P.M., E.S.T. in the meeting roo
at the Municipal Building. All interee
ed parties are invitedto attend and I
heard.
CITY OFPORT ST. JOE
/s/L. A. Farris,
CityAuditor-Clerk 2t1


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as they battle their way to the
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when they will try to make
their overall record, 7-4. The
game will take place in
Sneads and will begin at 8:00
p.m. So, everyone follow
your pride and joy. Be there!
It is time for the 1985-86 Jr.
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Jenny Bloodworth, Alicia
Burke, Tiffany Carr, Carme-
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at NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
r- the undersigned person desires to
ty engage in business under the fictitious
I name of
or GULF PINES HOSPITAL
to at 102 20th Street, Port St; Joe, Gulf
Id County, Florida. .
The full and true name of every per-
son or entity interested in GULF
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the interest of each such person or en-
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be held this Saturday night at
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The cost is $2.00 for students
and $3.00 for adults. You can
purchase a ticket from any
Jr. Miss Contestant or any
Kiwanis member.
The school paper called the
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The cost is 25 cents per.copy.
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The City of Port St. Joe is considering
applying to the Florida Department of Com-
munity Affairs (DCA) for a Small Cities Com-
munity Development Block Grant (CDBG) of
up to $575,000. These funds must be used for
one of the following purposes:

1. To benefit low and moderate income per-
sons; or
2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of
slums or blight; or
3. To meet other community development
needs having a particular urgency be-
cause existing conditions pose a serious
and immediate threat to the health or
welfare of the community and where other
financial resources are not available to
meet such needs.

The category of activities for which
these funds may be used are in the areas of
housing and neighborhood revitalization and
include such physical improvement ac-
tivities as housing rehabilitation, clearance,
water and sewer improvements, drainage,
and neighborhood facilities. Additional infor-
mation regarding the range of activities that
may be undertaken will be provided at the
public hearing.

For each activity that is proposed, at
least 51% of the funds must benefit low and
moderate income persons.

In developing an application for submis-
sion to DCA, the City of Port St. Joe must
plan to minimize displacement of persons as
a result of planned CDBG activities. In addi-
tion, the City of Port St. Joe is required to
develop a plan to assist displaced persons.

The public hearing to receive citizen
views concerning the community's housing
and community development needs will be
held in City Hall on Saturday, November 30,
1985 at 4 p.m. To obtain additional Informa-
tion concerning the public hearing contact
Julian Webb, P. 0. Box 476, Chipley, FL
32428, phone 904/638-0592.
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PAGE SIXTEEN THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1985
I


2 bedroom, wood frame
house in Oak Grove. Fenced
in back yard and large
storage shed. Call Sylvia
229-7237 days and 2294660
nights.
St. Joe Beach: Frame
home, handy man's special,
$25,000.00. 1 block from
beach, 2 bdrm., 1 ba., fam.
rm., located on Americus
between Desoto & Cortez. To
inspect call 648-5334..2tc 11-14

St. Joe Beach: Block home
for sale, $35,000. Located 1
block from the Gulf beaches.
2 bdrm., 1 ba. Interior newly
painted, new carpet thruout.
Corner Desoto & Americus.
To inspect call 648-5334.
S9.t11-14
SFor 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
sat $74,500. House includes
many extras! Shown by
appt. only. Absolutely no
drop ins. Call Glen Combs
for appt. 227-1689.
tfc 11/7
150'x130' lot at 602 Fourth
St., Highland View. Call
-229-8193. 3tp 11-7
- WEWA: 2 bedroom, 2 bath
: brick home, 2 car garage,
_screened porch; storage.
:bldg. Landscaped corner lot
-only 3 blocks to Lakeside
ILodge. Owner will finance.
.:Call (904) 234-6044.
4tc 11/7




The aluminum recycling'
center at the Gulf County
Adult Activity Center at 200
Peters Street will be closed
from November 27 through
December 1. Business will
resume Monday, December
2, at 8:30 a.m.
Thinking of selling your
house? Looking for a new
home? Let me help. Call
Vickie Stokes at 648-5777 of-
fice, 648-8825 home, ERA
Parker Realty. 4tp 10/31


For Rent: 3 bedroom fur-
nished home, $250 per mo.
On Hwy. 98, St. Joe Beach,
between Canal and Pine St.
Cedar tree at door steps. Can
be seen Nov. 24, 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. Call 482-3884.
12'x60' 2 bedroom, 1% bath
mobile home. Call 648-5148.
3 bdrm., 1 ba. home in
excellent neighborhood with
cen. h&a, carpet with fenced
back yard. On corner lot, 1
block from PSJ Elementary.
Available Dec. 1st. For infor-
mation call 674-5856 even-
ings. 4tp 11-14
Apartment for rent, 1616
Long Ave. Rent free till Nov.
1.3 bedroom. Call 227-1199 or
227-1363. tfc 11-14

For Rent Nice 3 bdrm., 2
ba. house, porches, w-w car-
pet, utility bldg., stove &
refrig. furnished. 1st St.,
Mexico Beach. $350. 229-8549.
2tp 11-14
For Rent: St. Joe Beach. 1
bedroom apartment, 1 block
from beach. Stove & refrig.
furnished, deposit, no pets.
229-8747 or 227-1450.
tfc 10/31

3 bdrm. unfurnished house
in White City. Deposit re-
quired.'No pets. Call'after 6.
229-6825. tc 10/3
Room for Rent: By day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel 2298723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7/8
For.Rent: Mini-warehouse
storage. For more informa-
tion call 229-332. tfc 11/7
For Rent: Mobile home
lots, Rustic Sands Camp-
grounds. 648-5229.
tfc 8/29
..No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
1 bdrm. furnished apart-
ment and 1 bdrm. unfurnish-
ed apartment at 1508 Long
SAve. Deposit required. No
pets. Call after 6. 229-6825.
tfic10/3
Two bedroom partially
furnished apartment for
rent. Call 648-8295
tfc10/24


Mobile home for rent: 2
bedrooms. Call 648-5316.
tfc 10/31
2 bedroom duplex unfur-
nished. Call Charles,
229-8282, after 5:00, call
670-8417. tfc 10/31
2 bedroom furnished
trailer for rent, $200 a
month, plus deposit. For
more information call
227-7291. tfc 11/7
Nice 2 bedroom home
located on St. Joseph Shores.
Completely furnished, all
you need to do is move in.
Call Karen, IMonday thru
Friday, at 227-1812..
tfc 10/17
Furnished house at 528 7th
Street. No children, no pets.
Call 648-5306. tfc 10/17
1 and 2 bedroom apart-
ments, cen. h&a, kitchen ful-
ly equipped. In town. Call
229-821 day or night.
tfc 10/31
Apartment for rent on
Mexico Beach.Furnished 2
bdrm., 1 ba: carpet, all elec.
kitchen, cen. h&a, cable TV
& water included. No pets.
$300 a month. Call 648-5903.
9a.m. -6p.m. tfc 10/10
For Rent: Available Oc-
tober 1, two bdrm. nice
apartment. $295 per month.
Reasonable damage deposit.
required. No Pets! Located
at 606 Woodward Ave. Call
227-1689. tfc 11/7

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, 6488789 weekend
evenings, or 575-3624 week-
day evenings. tfc 9/5





Mrs. E. J.Rich's 1982 LTD
Ford for sale. $5,900. Call
229-6811.
2tc 11/21
198.5 Ford XLT Club
wagon, has trailer package,
loaded with extras. 227-1460.
'79 LTD II, auto., a.c.,
cruise control, new tires,
good cond. 227-7266 or
2294664. 2t 11/21
1977 Grand Prix, am/fm
stereo, p.s., p.b., a.c., 4 new
tires, 23,000 actual miles, in
good condition. Price
negotiable. For .more info.,
call 229-8919.
1979 Jeep 4-wheel drive
truck, 360 V-8, p.s., p.b.,
"Honco package", excel.
mechanical cond. Low
mileage. Automatic hubs,
am/fm stereo, black on
black cloth interior, 12x15
tires, new clutch, no a.c.
Never used in woods, used to
haul my firewood and on the
beach. Would consider older
truck as trade plus cash.
$3,000 or best offer. Inquire
at 319 Reid Ave. 229-343.
tfc 11/21
'70 Ford van, runs good,
good cond. Fixed up inside.
Also '76 Ford Maverick, call
648-8746. 2tc 11-14
82 Gran Prix LJ black
T-tops, 41,000 miles. Call
Mary Linaa Butts. 229-48966
or 229-6182. tfc 8/29


"Most people judge men only
by success or by fortune."
La Rochefoucauld


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Sears frost free freezer,
excel. cond. $200. 15.3 ft.
Sears frost free upright.
229-6875.
Kitchen cabinets, win-
dows, bathroom fixtures,
refrigerator, 2 office desks,
and much more. All used.
For more information call
648-5777.
18' fiberglass Blue Star
boat '76; 50 h.p. '78 Mercury,
trailer, 2 gas tanks. Boat is
fully reconditioned. $1,200.
Call 227-1634 after 5 p.m.
SCamper shell, % ton short
wheel base pickup truck.
Call Mike,,$50. 6488451..
Refrigerated unit on trail-
er, ideal for seafood, vege-
tables or ice cream, 8' long,
4' wide, 4' high, 8" walls.
$200, with or without trailer,
can be used on pickup truck
body. Scottie camper trailer,
sleeps 4, $850. Starcraft pop
up, sleeps 6, $650. Call 904/
482-3884. It 11/21
One brown leather look
couch. Call 648-5108.
FREE: Two fluffy kittens,
1 peach & 1 orange color.
Call 2294500 after 5:00 p.m.
Four 900-16 heavy duty
traction tires w/wheels. Ap-
prox. 5,000 mile use, $300
total or OBO. Call 227-1883.
Mobile home air condition-
er compressor, brand new,
half price. 648-8223.
.20' boat w/150 h.p. motor &
trailer. $1,500. Call 6484397.
Sears 35 mm camera $225,
electric flash, camera bag; 1
Kodak Instant camera, $25;
1 Remington electric razor
$40. 648-5949 after 5 p.m.
White changing table $50;
new twin wicker headboard
$20; antique oak chest of
drawers $150. Kenmore re-
frigerator, $150. Call
227-1299.
750 Honda for sale or will
trade for 14' galvanized boat
trailer in good shape. Call
648870. 2tp 11/21
Bench press & weights,
same. as new, $50; Cobra CB
base set w/coax cable, $75;
Odyssey 2 video game
weight cartridges, $50
Sears sewing machine, used
once, $75. 648-8926.
5 h.p. Black Cobra racing
go cart with roll bars, in very
good cond. Can be seen at
1806 Marvin Ave. Call
229-8719. 3tc11/7
FREE Bible study at home
bymail. What does the Bible
san 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. O. Box 758, Port St. Joe,
FL tfc 11/7
Oak firewood for sale. Call
Tommy or Marty at 227-1206
or 229-6189. 2tp 11-14
Firewood, all oak. Cut 6
weeks ago, long wheel base
truck load, over cord.
Delivered and stacked. $45.
Call 639-5513. 4tp 11/14






Yard Sale: Sat., Nov. 23,
206 10th Street, between
Monument ,and Palm Blvd.
One step car seat, toys, chil-
dren's clothes, adult's
clothes. Baby changing
table.


A Real Bargain: 5 ton heat
pump and air conditioner.
Fold back door for a two car
garage,.$700. Call 227-1612 or
see at 305 6th St., Charles
Brown. tfc 11-14

Autocraft gas heater,
55,000 btu, in good shape. Call
648-5605. tfc 11-14
Like new: 'Lane cedar
chest, $150. 227-1678.
4tp 11/7
Check K and D TV and
Sound for your hunting equip-
ment. CB radios, antennas,
and antenna hardware sup-
plies. tfc 11-14
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. Christmas is
coming, don't miss out!
3 water pumps with
aerator, complete water sys-
tem. Make offer. Call
648-5316. tfc 10/31

STEEL ROOFING & SIDING
American Made
From $9.95 per sq.
Based on Size, Style & Qty.
COLDIN IND., INC.
Gulfport, MS 601-896-6216
4tp 915





Yard Sale: 508 9th St.
Clothing and miscellaneous
items. Friday .only, Nov..
22nd.
Huge Garage Sale: Parker
home, 24th St., Hwy. 98,
Mexico Beach. Saturday,
Nov. 23. No early sales, rain
cancels.
4 Family yard sale: A little
bit of everything. Friday &
Saturday, 9:00 a.m till 4:00
p.m. 1905 Long Ave.
Garage Sale continued
Sat., Nov. 23rd. Phillips turn-
table, car seat, draperies,
freezer, TV antenna w/rotor,
ottomans, cameras, motor
analyzer, window air condi-
tioner, household items. Go
down 15th St. to Arizona
Ave., Mexico Beach, across
from Rustic Sands Camp-
grounds, 648-8223.
Yard Sale: Saturday, Nov.
23, 8:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. Cor-
ner of Columbus and Ameri-
cus streets on St. Joe Beach.
Furniture, odds & ends,
dishes and clothes.
Moving Sale: Friday only,
9-4 p.m. 622 Madison St., Oak'
Grove. Lots of good buys!
Yard Sale: Saturday, Nov.
23. 7:30 until. Lots of good
stuff! 307 Avenue D, Port St.
Joe.
Yard Sale: 530 8th St.
Saturday, 8:30 a.m. Antique
bedroom suite, miscell-
aneous items.
Garage Sale: 1308 Mc-
Clellan, Sat., Nov. 23. 9:00
till 1:00. Rain cancels. Chil-
dren's toys, furniture &
clothing.
Yard Sale: 313 Fortner St.,
Mexico Beach. Fri., Nov. 22,
8 till. New and used items.
Cancelled if raining.
Yard Sale: 319 2nd Street,
Highland View. Saturday,
8:00 until. Winter clothes,
new dolls.
Garage Sale: Sat., Nov. 23.
1007 Marvin Ave. 3 families.
Baby clothes & many useful
items. 9-4.
Yard Sale: Thursday, 8-4.
Long Ave. & 16th St.
Freezer, bike, sofa, clothes,
misc. items.

AUCTION
Every Saturday Night
Hwy. 98 & 8th St.
Mexico Beach
7 p.m. CT
Consignments taken
648-8588
Flea Market
Open 9 till 5 (CT)
Tues.-Sat.


Closed Sun. & Mon.
4tc 11/21


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Wanted to Buy: Used boat
trailer for 14' bay boat. Call
227-1731. 2t11/21


Weiirn Auto open all day
on Wednesday starting Oc-
tober 9.
Will do babysitting in my
home,' Monday Friday.
227-7244. 2tc 11/21
DAY CARE opening Nov. 25.
8-5, Mon. Fri. 18 mos. 5
years. 401 16th St. (Long and
16th). 2294875. 2tp 11/21
Alcoholic Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M. E.S.T.
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.
Country Peddler. 229-8966.
JOE ADAMS
CONSTRUCTION
Any Type Building
Commercial* Residential
State Lic. No. RG0027009
Located across from Health
Dept.
408 Long Avenue
2294380



WELDING
Portable, Stainless
or Heliar
TOMMY KNOX
904/648-5349 or
904/6484574
4tc11/7


THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reid Ave. 229-954
Mon.-Sat., 8 a.m. 8 p.m.
Sun. 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
Self service or drop/off


WE MOVE
MOBILE HOMES
Insured, Our Work
Guaranteed
Service Work Skirting
Buy and sell mobile home
axles & tires.
639-5645
tfc 11/7


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


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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
tfc 7/4


ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





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

GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689
P. O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc 7/4
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Wanted to Rent: Garage to
do auto body fender work in
the St. Joe, St. Joe Beach,
Beacon Hill area. Call 648-
8746. 2tc 11-14


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

I will babysit, clean house,
or sit with the elderly, 5 days
a week. Call 229-8915.
2tp 11-14
DOROTHY'S CERAMICS
W. Fourth St., Wewa
Open Tues. thru Sat.
Now taking orders for
Christmas (small deposit re-
quired). Drawing Nov. 30 for
pitcher & bowl. (no purchase
necessary to enter.)
4tc 11/7


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 7/4


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


The first television panel
game show was a six-a-
side Spelling Bee, presented
by the BBC May 31, 1938.


Ceramics Classes, Tues-
day nights, 6:30 to 9. Sharon
Ceramics, 227-1674.t 11-14

REAL ESTATE
APPRAISING
Margelyn G. Woodham,
MRA
Hour: 9-5 Mon.- Fri.
648-231 or 227-7260.
Appraisals ordered by Tues-
day P.M. will be completed
by Monday next. Please
allow five working days for
your appraisal to be com-
pleted. Your business is
greatly appreciated.
tfc11/7


BOB'S SMALL
ENGINE REPAIR
Tillers, Chain Saws, Lawn
Mowers & Weed Eaters
Atlantic St., St. Joe Beach
f6-516 e 7
tic 11/7


ELIZABETH'S
CERAMICS

* Greenware
Firing
Supplies
6 miles south of Wewa
Highway 71
Phone 639-2807


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS,
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue fc 7/4


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue
tfc 7/4


The Sewing Room
S410 A Reid Avenue
p Port St. Joe, Florida OO,1

'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 Phe 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 68







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


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HANNON REALTY, Inc.
(904) 227-1450
FRANK HANNON, Broker
SALES ASSOCIATES
Evenings and Weekends:
Mrgaret Hale 648-5659
Frances Chason 229-8747 Roy Smith
carry McArdle 2274551

HOMES
Port St. Joe: 4 bedroom, 1 bath frame house on 2 lots, cen. h&a, fenced
yard. $37,000.
Port St. Joe: Large two story house on corner lot. 4 bdrms., 11/ bath. Chain
link fence, new roof. $37,500.
Port St. Joe: Good neighborhood, 3 bedroom, 1%1 bath, den, fireplace,
patio, outside storage, two lots. $37,500.
Highland View Excellent view of bay. 2 bedroom, 1 bath stucco. Possible
owner financing, $32,000.
Oak Grove: House in excellent condition, 3 bdrm., 2 bath. Screen porch,
outside storage, shaded lot, $37,000.
Ward Ridge, Like new 3 bedroom, 2 bath screened porch, carpet, heat
pump, 1A landscaped lots on corner. Chain link fence. $49,500.
Port St. Joe: Older home In good condition. 2 or 3 bdrms., 11/2 be. Outside
workshop or efficiency apt., covered patio and carport, only $38,000.
Port St. Joei Good rental property at 1610 Long. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, $29,500.
Port St. Joe: Masonry home In tip top shape, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, carport,
nice yard, $45,000.
Port St. Joe; Brick home only 3 yrs old. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fireplace, garage,
screened porch, $62,000.
Port St. Joe: Stays rented, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fenced yard, $27,000.
White City: Stocked fish pond and house on 5 acres, $40,000.
Howards Creek: Large 2 story home with plenty of room, 5 bedrooms, 2
bath. $47,900.
Mexico Beach: Beachslde of Hwy. 98. Duplex, good for Investment or rental
property. $94,500.
SSt. Joe Beach: Large frame home, newly remodeled, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
fireplace, $50,000.
St. Joe Beach: Excellent buy 3 bedroom, 2 bath house on Hwy. 98. Extra lot
on Desoto. $80,000.
St. Joe Beach: Almost new stilt house. 2 bedroom, '1% bath, carport.
$69,500.
St. Joe Beach: Townhouse with super view, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fireplace,
decks, parking.
LOTS
St. Joe Beach: Corner Coronado & Americus, $15,000.
Stonemlll Creek Area: 40 acres, cleared $40,000.
Gulf Aire: Gulf front 65'x180', $55,900.
St..Joe Beach: 3 lots 50'x125' each, 1 block from water, $45,000.
Mexico Beach: 100'x100' with water hook-up $8,800.
Ward Ridge: Lot 75'x150', $6,600.
Jones Homestead: 2 acres, $8,400.
St. Joe Beach: 1 lot on Balboa 50'x125' $16,000.
Overstreet: 2 acre plots on canal, $24,000.
St. Joseph Shoroe: 80' Gulf Front, Hwy. 98 to water.
Wewahitchka: 80 acres east of town, $69,000.
Port St. Joe: Close to business district 50x170', $8,000.
St. Joe 'Beach: Large tract 231' on Highway and waterfront.
White City: 1 acre on canal at bridge, $33,300.


IT'S HERE!!

THE BIG ONE
St. Joseph's Fall Festival
and Christmas Bazaar
HANDMADE GIFT ITEMS BAKED GOODS
WREATHS & DECORATIONS
SECOND HAND STORE
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
Come Early Stay for Lunch
St. Joseph's Parish Hall
20th & Mqnument

Saturday, Nov. 23 9:00 a.m.


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SERVICES