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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880


FORTY-NINTH YEAR. NUMBER'


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


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1986


County Gives Budget Approval


$5,161,101 Financial Plan Requires Levy of 6.888 Mills


- Mayor Jim Heathcock cuts ribbon,
Sas Dr. Miguel Trevino assist him and Gulf


Pines administrator, David Odum watches
the procedure.


iMexico Beach Clinic Opened


Gulf County will have a
budget of $5,164,101 and a
mill rate of 6.888 for fiscal
1986-87. A 16 percent increase
in the taxing rate and the
final budget document was
officially approved Monday
evening, even though opposi-
tion was voiced by several
tax payers in both the public
hearings held to discuss the
new budget:
Monday night, in a last-
ditch effort to head off the tax
increase, Mrs. Nell Mitchell,
W. W. Barrier and Mrs. Jean
Arnold voiced their opposi-
tion to increasing taxes and
asked that the Commission
reduce the budget enough to
hold the line on taxes.
Chairman Billy Branch fol-
lowed the same theme all
through the meeting, telling
those voicing their dismay at
increasing taxes that the
Commission had done the
best it could do toward
holding spending down. The
Chairman pointed out there
were so many things in the
budget the Commission had
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than I have to, but I don't see
where we can lower taxes
any more than we already
have".
In an earlier meeting,
questions were raised about
several expenditures in the
new budget, principally a
new computer system which
was budgeted at $170,000.
The new system will prob-
ably not cost that much,
according to input from the
Board and their computer


planning committee. Another
item of cost in the new budget
was $160,000 for paying off
indigent hospital charges ac-
cumulated over the past
several years. The State of
Florida has now sued for
payment, and the county
must come up with the
money, which was negotiated
for a lesser amount than
what was actually owed.
The tax increase wasn't
much. Millage was hiked by


less than a full mill, but that
creeping rise is coming along
regularly, the visitors to the
hearing complained. They
pointed out that local tax
payers see taxes continuing
to rise .
In addition to the $5,164,101
general budget, the county
levied tax rates on the four
fire districts within the coun-
ty. These levies were impos-
ed on property owners in the


districts only and go to help
pay for fire fighting appara-
tus and expenses in the
district.

The Overstreet district has
a levy of .081 mills; Howard
Creek, .136 mills; St. Joseph,
.209 mills and Tupelo, .319
mills. All of these fire
districts consist of areas in
which no incorporated muni-
cipality is available to pro-
vide fire protection.


Sno control over and otuer ser-
S Mexito Beach Mayor Jim Heathcock equipped throughout with the latest in vices needed money to oper-
cut a bright yellow ribbon Sunday afternoon, examining equipment and is fully staffed ate.
.officially opening the new Mexico Beach Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m., to Even in making his motion
Medical Aits Center for use by the public. 5:00 p.m. to adopt the budget, Com-
The center is a satellite of Gulf Pines Gulf Pnes administrator, David Odum missioner Eldridge Money
Hospital of Port St, Joe and is located at the for a said, "I have to pay taxes too
eas end of Mexico Bach next doorke to the medical facility in.' the beaches area, and I don't want to pay more
Whie the center is a satellite of the Port especially in the heavily populated Mexico
!St. Joe hospital, it is a self-contained Beach area .
-treatment center, staffed by octers and In inspecting the new center Sunday W ew a
nurses ,and equipped to handle,-medical afternoon, Mayor Heathcock said, "We have
Slproblqis one would expectlo see handled in needed something like this for a long time. It WT
most any doctor's office. T center is newly will fill a definite need in our community". 01T1 n



t OKs 86-87 BudgetIs Shot
-It took -lo' SbW*j&epar"W.njnlythQ. :4o~ats as,1ast ytr. Loss of .department is still invesd-
tje ity O on to M n t qpe o budget is financed. several sizeable 'sources of gating a mysterious shooting
te final, ta6imp of approval with taxes. The other ser- income for these purposes which happened in Wewa-
on a $5,956,298 budget for the vices are operated through made it necessary. to in- hitchka Friday night of 14st
coming fiscali' ear, which charges for their services, crease the tax levy or reduce week. "We have a rdal
sees a 13.9 percent increase All sanitary services in the services. "We didn't get all mystery here", Chief Deputy
in the tax rate. The Commis- city of Port St. Joe are that new beach building here Mike White told The Star
sion had no opposition to the self-supporting. in the city limits, but we lost earlier this week.
new spending plan for the Alden Farris, City Clerk, some of our income, includ- Bertha Jean Davis of We-
coming year in either of the said the new City tax rate is Ing federal revenue shar- wahitchka, is still in Bay
two budget hearings con- 5.776 mills. Last year's tax ing", Clerk Farris said. Medical Center with a gun-
ducted by the Board. levy was 5.071 mills. In the beginning, cities shot wound in her right
-Of course only a little over While the tax rate is up 13.9 were warned not to depend forearm and her stomach
$1 million is for the City's percent, the budget reflected on federal revenue sharing in from the shooting,
operating budget, with the only a 3.5 percent increase, their day to day expenses, What causes the mystery is
.remainder being to finance Most of the tax rate was because of the shock it would that Davis said she spw
the Wastewater Treatment levied to bring in the same cause when it was with- nobody around to do tie
Plant and: the Water and number of general budget drawn. shooting and she didn't evpn
believe she was the intended
victim of whomever fired the
shot.
White said Davis and her
S boyfriend were walking to
the Davis home on Morgan
Road pt about 11:10 Friday
night, when they heard the
shot and Miss Davis felt the
bullet strike her right arm
and caromed off into her
Both Davis and her boy-
friend neither saw or heard
anyone else in the vicinity
until the shot rang out. Both
said there was nobody in
sight after the shot was fired,
either.
White said the shooting is
still under investigation by
the Gulf County Sheriff's
Department.


Heavy Rainfall Overflows Drain Ditches


Culverts were running at capacity and drain ditches
were filled and overflowing the first of this week, as heavy
rains definitely put an end to drought conditions in the Port
St. Joe area. Of course, frequent showers for most of
September had brought some relief to dry conditions
already, but the downpour of Sunday and Monday slacked
the thirst of a parched land.
According to records kept at the Wastewater
Treatment Plant laboratory, the Port St. Joe area has had


nearly four inches of rain since sometime early Monday
morning. According to Tony Barbee, lab operator, their
rain gauge showed 3.75 inches of rain from Monday
through Wednesday morning at 7:00 a.m.
Barbee said the largest amount recorded in the gauge
was at the 7:00 a.m., Monday reading which showed 2.05
inches had fallen during the night. Tuesday morning's
reading showed 1.34 inches since the previous morning and
Wednesday morning, the reading was .36 of an inch.


Decision Due In 10 Days


Raffield Asks for Dismissal of Charges


Gene Raffield, manager of Raffield Fisher-
ies, sa.s he sees the current attempt by the
Department of Natural Resources to take their
operating license as another move to stop
commercial fishermen from using nets in their
trade. "Such a move has all but put the
commercial fishermen out of business in the
state of Texas and now the movement is coming
around the Gulf", Raffield said Tuesday.
Raffield was in court here in Port St. Joe
Monday of this week in an attempt to get charges
against his firm dismissed. Using a battery of
lawyers, the local fish producer claimed the
charges against his firm were based on a law
which was unconstitutional and has never been
enforced since it was first placed on the law
books nearly 30 years ago. "They didn't enforce
it then, I believe, because they knew it was
unconstitutional and unenforceable", Raffield
said .
The charges against the Raffield firm are
that his company had in its possession a quantity
of food fish which had been caught with a purse
seine. Raffield admits this, freely, but says the
circumstances under which the fish were caught


were with complete government approval.
Included in defense of his firm, Raffield
pointed out his boat and several other boats were
participating in a government monitored and
sponsored redfish harvest off the Louisiana
coast. "We were the only ones followed back to
Florida and we were the onlyj ones arrested,
although there were several boats within sight of
ours doing the same thing we were doing."
Raffield also feels his firm is Wbing
harassed by the Department of Natural
Resources of Florida.
Raffield's lawyers, Kenneth Oertel and Syd
McKenzie, attacked the law under which
Raffield was arrested as being unconstitutional,
attacking wording of the law which states any
person can be arrested for possession of food fish
caught in a purse seine anywhere in the world.
The attorneys pointed out this wording could
also include the neighborhood convenience
market or the large super market chains as well
as Raffield. Raffield said his firm had been
catching hundreds of thousands of pounds of
mullet each year for the last 20 to 25 years in
Louisiana and bringing them back to Port St. Joe


for processing "and never a word was said about
it". Raffield said many, many Florida commer-
cial fishermen have done the same thing and not
one arrest has been made.
Oertel posed. the question, "Why single out
the Raffield boats? Could there have been a
grudge involved?"
Charles McCoy, attorney for the DNR. in his
presentation before the judge asked, "What if
there is? That has nothing to do with breaking or
enforcing the law".
The request for dismissal of the charges
was held before Gulf County Judge David
Taunton, who heard arguments from both sides
before saying he would give his decision within
10 days. That could mean his decision will be
handed down either Wednesday or Thursday of
next week, depending on whether he started his
"clock" running Monday or waited until
Tuesday to begin the waiting period.
If Taunton should rule in favor of Raffield,
DNR has the right to appeal and have the
question go to a higher court. If he rules against
Raffield, the matter will likely be in court late
next month.


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SEditorials and Comments:


THE STAR


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1986


It's a little more than a month,
now, before we go to the polls to
.answer the questions, do we want
to allow our state-our family
oriented state-to conduct a lottery
in our confines and do we wish to
allow casino gambling to be
conducted in all hotels in the state
'with more than 500 rooms?
These are serious maLers and
'.deserve our fullest attention be-
tween now and November 4, when
we will decide the matters.
Almost in the background,
behind the big bug-aboo of casino
S gambling, is the question of the
S lottery. It seems most people have
i-forgotten this hidden albatross, in
their zeal to appear anti-gambling
.--by opposing casino gambling.
-: A question is in the courts now
as to whether or not it is legal to put
the lottery question on the ballot. A
group is claiming some irregular-
ity in procedure and say it should
be removed from the November
ballot because of the manner in
which it is worded.
i, We say, leave it on the ballot
S.-nd give those of us opposed to the
measure, a chance to vote against
.-it.
Then there are those who favor
the lottery question because it will
,provide money for our schools and
not cost us any taxes in the process.
Baloney!
Our schools will never see
much more than 10 percent of the
i money raised through a lottery.


The percentage may go a little
higher, -but you get the message.
We'll invest millions in lottery
tickets and reap pennies back in
benefits. The remainder will go to
the ticket sellers as their cut for
handling the sales. Winners will
receive a few pennies out of each
lottery dollar and other expenses
will eat up the lion's share of what
is received through ticket" sales.
Then there areThose who say a
ticket purchaser will have a chance
to get his money back through the
prizes they- stand a chance to win.
Then, they point to the news stories
of those who have become million-
aires overnight by winning lottery
prizes.
We'll guarantee you every
person who ever won a sizeable
prize in a state lottery has been
written up in the nation's papers.
It's our understanding there are
presently 27 states conducting
lotteries as money raisers. Have
you read 27 stories this year of
million dollar winners? No you
haven't! The number of big win-
ners has been more like a half
dozen ... over all the nation ..,. out
of billions of lottery tickets, pur-
chased.
. Uncle Sam has a better chance
of paying off the national debt next
year than you have of winning a
million bucks on a state lottery.
They tell you of the one who
wins the millions, but they don't tell.
you of the millions who don't. even
win one.


Kes


Leon Wouldn't Like It


by Kesley Colbert-


I once traded a baseball
card, of Ted Williams to
Jackie Burns for J.W. Port-
er. Jackie drove a hard
bargain-I had to throw in a
Wayne Terwilliger card to
boot. Now, I know what
you're thinking-why J.W.
Porter? I didn't know a thing
about J.W. but I liked his


card. He was a catcher of
sorts for the Washington
Senators and Detroit Tigers
in the early fifties. He never
started, and played rarely.
But this particular card
showed him in full catching
gear and I just liked the card.
You see, I was kinda young
and didn't know much about


"making trades".
Shoot, I was feeling good
when-1I got home that after-
noon and proudly showed my,
new card to my older bro-
ther. He asked what I had to,
give up. When I, told him
nothing but an old card of
Ted Williams he liken'd to
have gone through the ceil-


ing. I -still remember his
exact words. When he came
down Leon gave me his best
know-it-all-big-brother look
and rather calmly said, "You
are absolutely nuts!"
He then set me down and
explained that in- any trade
you need to get at least as
much in return as you give.


Doesn t Have A Chance?

Ourown Jerry Ga -sMRt ed- orni nee. Gates didrrt-even cam-
everyone by winning the Republi- paign this year in the little
can nomination for Comptroller of publicized race. He just had his
Sthe state of Florida in the first name on the top of the ballot. He's
-primary election. He will face the clerk of the court in some
incumbent Gerald Lewis in the out-of-the-way Panhandle county.
November general election for the The most qualified candidate,
cabinet post. Craig Kiser, a former member of
Jerry isn't getting much re- incumbent Democrat Comptroller
spect in some counties around the Gerald Lewis' office, was stunned
state, but then most of those who by his Tuesday defeat."
are now not giving him respect had So was Jerry Gates!
never heard of him prior to
September 2, either. It appears to us as if the
The Citrus County Chronicle, Republicans of Florida might have
which we never heard of, but who taken the viewpoint that Kiser,
have more editors and managers being a part of the Comptroller's
listed on their masthead than we office for a number of years, might
have persons on our staff here at also have been a part of the
The Star, wrote last week: problem in the office., "
: "But the Republican. Party's The Chronicle says Gates,
worst showing was in the election "doesn't have a chance of stopping
of Jerry Gates as Comptroller Lewis", but, we'll see.


Lottery Is Not A



Free Bonanza


Thought-Controlled Machines May Soon Take Over Distasteful Tasks
t- led Mahn oon .*


"HUMANS MAY SOMEDAY be
able to control computers and even jet
fighters by simply thinking ." the
story, started which riveted my
attention the other morning at the
.breakfast table, as I was giving the
.:':-morning paper my usual scan while
S.::'munching on a bowl of "Total".
...- Ever since the days of Flash
-. Gordon, this idea has been in the back
-" of my mind as the epitome of the
i machine age and the peak of the
?, .,,,computer age.
-I To many of us who grew up using
Sa slide rule, an Underwood Sunstrand
and having to learn our multiplication
tables in order to get along in this
World of figures, balances and per-
;,.,centages, even the computer is a
S. : mystery .. a total mystery of a
machine which can think for- itself.
.: Now, a University of Florida profes-
sor says the one-millionth of a volt
signal emitted by the human brain
::::,-oimay someday control even the
. :- computer. To out-think a computer
-.has to be the peak of man's
achievement.
S Even though the concept is


startling and scary, it intrigues me no
end to think that one day, I'll be able
to "think" the yard cut, and, lo and
behold, it will be cut by my up-to-date
lawn mower with the receptive


view the "eighth wonder of the world"
or you're driving through a town and
see an inviting lake or swimming pool
' and you subconsiously think, in either
instance, "I sure would like to go in


ETAtOIN SHRDLU
By: Wesley R. Ra


mini-computer inside to get the job
done: even in the hot late July sun.

I CAN SEE WHERE even such a
boon to mankind can also be a boob to'
mankind."
Consider, if you will; you're
driving down the street in your
brand-new mind-controlled Belchfire
V-4, when all of a sudden you go by a
billboard which invites you inside to


pools to let that little potential
problem get in the way of my boosting
the good U of F professor working on
this gadget to deter him from his
quest of providing me with the


amsey


there" or "I sure would liKe a dip in
that inviting looking water".
With your mind-controlled vehicle
-flash!-your wish. is its command!
In a twinkling of an eye, your car is
driving up thie aisle of the store, or
dunking you, car, luggage and all in
the middle of a lake or swimming
pool.
In my instance, I don't drive by
enough strange lakes or swimming


automatic, mind-control lawn mower.
The possibilities there are grow-
ing faster than the grass in my prolific
back yard, which needs cutting every
week during this warm, damp grow-
ing season.
I have become obsessed with the
idea of. sitting in the air conditioned
comfort of my den, watching the
mower out of the window and
"willing" it to slave on in the .hot


sunshine and get the yard cut.
I COULD ALSO use one of these
mind-control machines to set the type
for this column. Now, I must sit down
to the keyboard, unlimber my linotype
keyboard trained fingers into wander-
ing over territory which they haven't
become conditioned over the past 35
years. If I had one of these modern
mind-controlled gadgets, I could just
think of what I wanted to put down
here and the machine would do it.

I CAN SEE where such a gadget
could erase the word "lazy" from the
dictionary.
Frenchie says I'm going to
"start" more things than anybody she
knows. I have great plans. Ideas of
something to do or get done aren't
short with me. A new thought every
day comes to mind about some project
to undertake.
The problem is, they never get
finished. I finally realize they are too
ambitious for someone with my
limitations to undertake; I run out of
time, or it costs too much money to get


completed.
For these reasons, many of my
prolific thoughts of improvements, or
things to do, never get done. A
mind-control machine could solve
that.
As for those lazy people, there is
no longer any need to mull over your
problem or stand for any more of the
nagging you have been experiencing.
Even most lazy people think of things
they could be doing, if they weren't
busy resting. I know this is true from
experience.
A mind-machine would take all
but the thinking out of a task. Just con-
tinue taking it easy and let the
machirie take over.
ONE THING THEY might have
problems with in their new mind-
control machine is with aerobics or
body building. If you walk down the
beach and see a "Charles Atlas" type
attracting the pretty girls and think,
"I wish I looked like that", you'd
better watch out.
The machine will put you to
exercising.


THE STAR -

Published Every Thursday at 304-306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, FL
By The Star Publishing Company
Second-Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Wesley R. Ramsey ........... Editor anid Publisher
William H. Ramsey.............. Production Supt.
Frenchie L. Ramsey ............... Office Manager
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Tides St. Joseph's Bay
High Low
Sept.18 12:30p.m. 7:48p.m.
:. p12:00p.m.
Sept. 19 3:24p.m. 6:32a.m.
-11: 54p.m. 4:59p.m.
Sept. 20 8:39a.m.
Sept. 21 12:19a.m. 10:17 a.m.
Sept. 22 12:54 a.m. 11:27 a.m.
Sept. 23 1:37 a.m. 12:37 p.m.
Sept. 24 2:26 a.m. 1:42p.m.


Hunker Down with


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IN COUNTY-ONE YEAR, $10.00
OUT OF COUNTY.-ONE YEAR, $15.00


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"One Ted Williams was
worth ten J.W. Porter's.
Heck, it's worth twenty J.W.
Porter's."
He went on to explain how
difficult it was to acquire a
Ted Williams card. He said
that the bubble gum card
folks didn't make as many
cards of the good players so
you'd have to keep buying
those five card packs hoping
to get "a good player". I
thought about the last pack of
cards I had purchased over
at Pat Houston's grocery
store. The bubble gum was
good as always but my five
cards had been Steve Bilko,
Clyde !luttz, Charlie Silvera,
Elmer Valo and "Toby"
Atwell. Maybe Leon was
smarter than he looked.
He went on to say that
J.W. Porter for Ted Williams
would be Jike trading Herb
Plews for Stan Musial even
up. Well, I'm not that stupid I
thought. Musial was so good
they didn't even issue a card
of him in 1950 or 1951. But,
boy howdy, everyone kept
buying cards in those years
hoping that ble Stan would be
in there. Leon finished this
lecture on the art of trading
by warning me to never,
never touch one of the cards
in his collection. I was so
embarrassed that to this day
I've never told him I had to
throw in Wayne Terwilliger
to complete the deal.
The next time that I was
over at Pat Houston's and
ha'd a spare nickel I bought a
pack of cards. Guess who the
second card was -- you got it
J.W. Porter.
I haven't traded baseball
cards in years. I haven't even
thought about it until the
other day. I never was much
at "trading" so I put that
aspect of my life on the back
burner. I remembered my
bad deals when I heard about
the pending trade between
the U.S. and the Soviet
Union.
We catch a guy named
'Gennadig Zakharov red
handed working as a Commie
spy in this country. We arrest
him The Soviets retaliate by
going out and arrest the first
American they see in Mos-
-rcow.- It' happened, to be a
. orrespondett :for the :U.S.
News and World Report
named Nicholas Daniloff. If
his first name had been Sam
or Joe or J.W. I bet they
would've picked someone
else. Now they propose to
"trade" Daniloff for Zakha-
rov even up. That's swapping
an innocent writer for a
Commie spy that's guilty as
homemade sin. Now, I've
already outlined how little I
know about "trading" but
somehow this doesn't seem
just right to me.
I remember one other
thing' that Leon discussed
with me during the baseball
card trading lecture. He said
that the guy who has got J.W.
Porter and wants to trade
him to you for Ted Williams
even up won't always tell you
the truth if it will enhance his
chances of making the swap.
Respectfully,
Kesley


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,1986


PAGE THREE


SHAD

**PHANTRY
by Wendell Campbell

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Habits from Childhood
MY OLDER BROTHER is a wealth of information.
Just the other night he called from Atlanta and asked,
"Are you asleep?" I looked at the clock and it was 3:16
a.m. so I said, "I think so. How about you?"
"I just wanted to tell you," he continued, ignoring
my icy reply, "that, as a twig is bent, so shall it grow."
He then hung up in my sleepy ear.
That statement was enough to keep me awake for
about two minutes. The next day, however, I gave con-
siderable thought to it. He had, I think, been into the ic-
ed tea again.
MANY OF US, I THINK, forget just how important
childhood is to us. Things we are exposed to in
childhood, many times, remain with us throughout life.:
I don't know about you, but I know it's true with me.
SOME OF THE THINGS that affect me today that
were prevalent in my childhood are:
1] Phone ringing in the night-A telephone ringing
in the night usually signaled trouble. More often than
not it was an emergency for either us or one of our
neighbors who didn't have a phone. A late night phone
call still scares me today.
2] Sound of a siren-That was something we didn't
hear often. We lived far enough in the country that
there wasn't that many, car accidents and, back then,
doctors made housecalls. When we did hear one,
though, it was serious trouble. I still cringe when'I hear
one today.
3) Turn out the light-Don't waste "juice". Elec-
tricity was a relatively new commodity and shouldn't
be wasted. Our light bill. usually ran somewhere
around three or four dollars a month. Now, at night,
our house looks like a giant Christmas tree; that is, un-
til I make my rounds.
4] Never stand behind a horse-And slap him on
the rear. I did one time and he kicked me in the
stomach. If I had been a little closer I would have lived
a life without chirren'. I haven't been close to a horse in
years, but if I were I wouldn't stand behind him.
5] Don't steal apples-Or anything else. I stole one
and my mother caught me-in the act, I never stole
anything after that and always carried a fear of ;per-
simmon switches.
6] Close the icebox door-Holding the icebox door
open would melt the ice. Today it makes the "juice"
bill higher. I don't remember Why I liked to stand with
the icebox door open and stare inside but I still like to
do it today.
7] Wear clean underwear-It didn't matter that we
didn't have shoes to wear or holes in our jeans. If you
had an accident, the first thing they checked at the
hospital was your underwear, to see if it was clean Or
not. Give me clean underwear or none at all.
8] Don't waste food-People in China would love to
have that food. Send it to them, I wanted to say. I dared
not, for fear of Mr. Persimmon Switch. I am now thirty
pounds overweight, if that tells you anything. I still
hate to-seerfood wasted. .- -.- .- ..
,,e ] Blackdraught-i-rh.asltn;E -had-.ta ..
dose of Black Draught I thought I was going.to die. I
think I almost did. I haven't seen any Black Draught in
years.. .1 hope I never do again.
10] Castor Oil-Give me a beating, tie me to a post
outside during an electrical storm, put me in a viper pit
without a BB gun or slingshot, but don't give me a dose
of Castor Oil. Castor Oil makes Black Draught taste
like ice cream. The results, however, are about the
same.
MY BROTHER'S UNDERSTANDING of life, I
find, is vast and honed to a fine edge.
s ;' *..' ", '


OBITUARY:
SWesley McNeeli
Dies Sept. 6
Wesley 0. McNeel, 67, a
resident of Crawfordville
died Saturday, Sept. 6 in
Tallahassee Memorial Hos-
pital following an extended
illness.. He was born in
Wausau and was employed
by the Apalachicola North-
ern Railroad for 27 years. He
had lived in Port St. Joe for
21 years.
- Survivors include: his
wife, Iduma McNeelof Craw-
fordville; a daughter, Wilma
Jacobs; two sons, Garry
McNeel of Tallahassee and
Larry McNeel of Newport,
N.H.; one sister, Ruby Cul-
ver of .California; one bro-
ther, Johnny Johnson. of
Wausau; nine grandchildren
and two great grandchildren.
Funeral services were
Tuesday, September 9 at the
chapel of Henderson Guerry
Funeral Home in Crawford-
ville. Interment was in Pa-
nacea Community Cemetery.


River Maintenance Plan Up for


The Apalachicola-Chatta-
hoochee-Flint Waterway Na-
vigation Maintenance Plan
will be considered for final
approval at a 9 a.m. meeting
of the Interim Coordinating
Committee on Friday, Sept.
19. The meeting will be at the
Northwest Florida Water
Management District Office,
located in Midway on U.S.
Highway 90 West, 13 miles
west of Tallahassee.
The plan assesses all the
actions needed to provide the
federally authorized nine foot
deep, 100 foot wide Apalachi-


cola River navigation chan-
nel in an environmentally
sound manner. The coordina-
ting committee which pre-
pared the plan includes re-
presentatives from Florida,
Alabama, Georgia and the
Army Corps of Engineers.
Specific actions which are
recommended to be imple-
mented under the plan in-
clude:
Maintaining the existing
flow regulation program;
Maintenance dredging and
spoil disposal;
Snag relocation;


Allowing public and pri-
vate use of dredged mater-
ial;
Maintenance and rehabili-
tation of existing training
works such as dikes and
jetties; and
Appropriate mitigation of
environmental damage.
In addition, a number of
other actions are listed for
which more study is needed
before final decisions to
implement or reject can be
made. Several options,
among them construction of
a dam at Blountstown, alrea-


dy have been dropped from
consideration.
Florida officials conducted
two public workshops on the
plan. There was considerable
public opposition, especially
to the concept of a 25 year
maintenance dredging per-
mit. Several citizens also
expressed a desire to have
the project deauthorized.
State officials explained that
the Navigation Maintenance
Plpn is not a long-term
permit, and does not gu4ran-
tee issuance of a permit.
"The plan itself has no


Approval
implementation authority. It
is a conceptual document
intended to provide guidance
to the Corps and the three
states. Implementation
would come through the
state permitting process,"
according to Victoria
Tschinkel, Secretary of the
Florida Department of En-
vironmental Regulation.
Tschinkel said the Corps has
not yet applied for a 25 year
permit.
The department has re-
quested several changes to
the plan as a result of public


Friday
comments. They include:
Redefining the goals of the
plan to allow no further
degradation of environmen-
tal resources in the basin;
Expression of Florida's
concern over the construc-
tion of a sill across the
Chipola Cutoff;
Requesting that amend-
ments to the project's federal
authorization be considered
if the project is found to be
economically unfeasible;
and,
Requiring that before any
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Kiwanians

Expanding

Project
Kiwanians, were back on
the job Tuesday afternoon,
putting up rafters on their
barbecue plaza project be-
hind the Centennial Building.
In conjunction with the
barbecue shelter project, the
club has agreed to undertake
the project to make the whole
area behind the Centennial.
Building into a park if the
City can make the property
available to them, When they
voted to adopt the project
Tuesday, at their regular
meeting, there was some
uncertainty as to whether or
not the City owned the
property and if they had
restrictions placed on their
use of the property.
Two new members were,

taken into the club Tuesday,
when Lynwood Wynne and
Jim Faison were welcomed
as new members.


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FOR SALE

1 ea. 1980 Chevette ... $950.00 ea.
2 ea. 1978 Chev. Nova $700.00 ea.
1 ea. 1979 Ford Van ... $950.00 ea.
1 ea. 1979 Ford Van ... $700.00 ea.
1 ea. 1980 Ford Van ... $850.00 ea.
Vehicles can be seen at:
St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.,
500 First Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
or
Contact Bernard 0. Wester
9041229-6737
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Weekend Services Slated


for New Wewa Minister
v i


Health Dept. Has


A New Physician


Special pastor installation
services are scheduled at the
Uifted Pentecostal Church in
Wewahitchka this Friday
tlu.ough Sund'ay, as Rev. and
SMis. Gary Carter- officially
take over the pastorate of the
church.
IFriday, Sept. 19 at 7:00
p.ri. Rev. Allen Crabtree,
founder of the church and
pastor emeritus, will be the
speaker.
Saturday at 7:00 p.m. will.
be installation services con-
ducted by Rev. O.C. Crab-
tree, Florida District Super-
Sintefident, who will also be
the guest speaker for the
evening. A reception will be
held immediately following
the.srvices at the Commun-
ity renter.
m, nday at 10:00 a.m. will
be~unday School followed by


0orothy's Ceramics
SW. Fourth St. Wewa
MOVING SALE
| Sat, Sept. 20
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CDT
S HIRING YOUR OWN BOXES
We Have the Paper
5 Everything
S 50% off


a dinner at the Community
Center at 12:45. Evening
services will begin at 6:00
p.m. with Rev. O.C. Crabtree
being the guest speaker at
both services. Special sing-
ing by the youth choral and
the church choir will be
performed at each service.
Rev. Carter is no stranger
to Wewahitchka, as he was
assistant pastor to Rev..Alldn
Crabtree when the new build-


ing on Main St. was construc-
ted in 1974. He remained in
Wewahitchka as assistant
pastor for approximately
five years before leaving to
start a church in Greenville,
Tenn. He and his wife,
Charlene, are graduates, of
Apostolic Bible Institute in
St. Paul, Minnesota.
The church extends a cor-
dial invitation to everyone to
attend all services.


Norma Murray Becomes

Bride of Benjamin Gibson


Norma Ruth Murray and
Benjamin Morris Gibson
were married September 6 at
the home of the groom's
parents. The Rev. William
Smith perfornied the double-
ring ceremony.
The bride's parents are
Mr. James Irvin Murray of
Oak Grove and Mrs. Ada


Murray of Carrabelle."
The bridegroom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Roy Gibson of Port St. Joe.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Larry Gay.
The bridegroom's' father
served as best man.
The couple is residing at St.
Joe Beach.


Hernandezs Have Baby

Daughter Born Sept. 3
SSGT and Mrs. Alejandro September 3 at Tyndall Air
S. Hernandez are proud to Force Base. Andrea weighed
announce the birth of their in at 8 pounds, 15 ounces and
daughter, Andrea Elena, on was 211/4 inches long. Wel-
coming her home were her
big brother Alexander and
sister Erica.
Andrea is the granddaugh-
ter of the late Andres C.
Hernandez and Mrs. Evange-
lina Hernandez of Montebel-
lo, Calif. and the late Major
C.N. Hobbs and Mrs. Shirley
f .... *T. Hobbs of Port St. Joe.


Petites


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You are cordially invited

to join with the Directors,

Officers, and Employees

of the

Wewahitchka State Bank

in celebration of our

Sixtieth Anniversary.

Tuesday, September 30,

1986 6:00 8:00 p.m. CT

Main Bank Lobby

Wewahitchka State Bank

Wewahitchka, Florida

1926-1986

MEMBER: F.D.I.C.


Eye Openers
by Dr. Wesley Grace
INEFFICIENT
VISUAL SKILLS
Q. Do children complain
when they see poorly?
A. Children, and even some.,
adults, often do not
realize that they are hav-
ing visual problems. They
think that's the .way
things are supposed to
look, and accept the dif-
ficulties that inefficient
or poor vision cause in the
processes of learning and
even living.
What children do instead
is avoid demanding
visual work. A child who
takes too long to locate,
S zero in on, or scan a line
of print winds up hating to
read and avoids doing so.
Many of these children
grow into young adults
who are uncomfortable
with the printed page,
In many cases inefficient
visual skills are caused
by inadequate focusing
abilities and difficulty in
getting both eyes to work
as a team. If parents or
teachers even suspect
that a child is ,having vi-
sion problems, a thorough
eye examination should
be scheduled.
Older people often don't
complain about seeing
poorly for fear of being a
burden. They may be
developing a cataract, or
just may need stronger
glasses. There are many
ways to help older people
see better. Your eye doc-
tor can determine
whether a vision problem
exists.
Brought to you as a
community service by

Dr. Wesley Grace
324 Long Ave..
227-1410


FRANK HANNON, Agent


Happy Reunion

A telephone call last week led to a happy reunion for Billy, Bryan and Barry Gardner, after
a 16 year separation from their father, Lloyd Gardner of Port St. Joe. The triplets were last in
Port St. Joe for a visit in February, 1971.
The boys shown above with their father at a reunion celebration last Friday night, had liv-
ed in Tampa, Florida and recently, New Jersey.
They are now enrolled in the junior class at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School and will be
making Port St. Joe their home. -Star photo



Leaders Influence Others
Have you ever thought
about the different ways TOWARD
leaders influence their fol-
lowers?
There are many leadership UNDERSTANDING
models floating around these by the Rev. Jerry R. Huft, Rector, St. James Episcopal
days. Some leaders lead
from the rear. Some from the
center. Still others from the There is another model of If you feel impelled to please
front. leadership which appeals to God by helping others, you
Those who lead from be- me more than the others. It's are on the right track.
hind are the ones who push the model where the leader
us. They use intermediaries becomes the servant.
and they do a lot of prodding. The servant leader tunes in Sunny
Those who lead from the to the needs of others. Mother
middle manage to pool the Teresa and Billy Graham
wisdom (or folly) of the come to mind, along with Side
crowd. They focus energy Archbishop Tutu and Fer- T
and give direction. nando Busbie. Up
The ones who lead fr6m out You know the first three,
front are our heros. They are but you probably will never
the ones who take the flack. meet Fernando. He is a By Emily Roche
They get purple hearts, or middle aged man who has Dormitory: bedding
flag draped coffins, given his life to the poor and parlor.
Most dictators are behind the needy in a town where I * *
the crowd, pushing and insti- once lived. Though he lives Nothing makes you feel
gating. Lower level leaders modestly on a small income, your home is your castle
of this type are represented and is in poor health, he has more than getting an esti-
by thesulpejo bo use .nthewehildren of migrant mate to have it painted.
fear and pressure tactics to workers to college. He has * *
reach their goals. The real also put food into the hands of Our friend says he built a
masters of the technique are the underfed, seen to the safe better mousetrap and the
people like Castro, Khomeni, delivery of babies, clothed .world didn't beat a path to
or Khadaffy. children, and put blankets on his door. Six lazy cats did.
Democratically elected of- the beds of the elderly. * *
ficials are examples of those A lot of people follow him A loaf of bread, a jug of
who lead from the middle. and support his ministry. Not wine, and you've shot the
They are always seeking the because he pushes from weekly food budget.
norm. The try their best to behind. Not because he is * *
stay in the main stream. If perceptive enough to know Not everyone repeats
they fail to find the mind of what the crowd wants him to gossip. Some improve it.
the majority, they make fools do. And not because he * *
of themselves, hurt their bravely treads where no man Don't breathe a word: Just
cause, and don't get re-elect- has gone before. come and try out a love seat
ed. But when they represent People follow Fernando at Roche's Furniture and
the majority, the do well. because he follows the great- Appliance Store.
Monuments are built, and est servant leader on earth.
graves are dug for the front He follows Jesus, who came
leaders. Their ranks are. to serve and not be served. Roche's Furniture
filled by Marine lieutenants, There is a place in life for & Appliance
fighter pilots, and former every kind of leadership. But
preachers. They tend to take there is a place in every life 209-211 Reid Ave.
risks, and they are likely to for servant leadership. Have Port St. Joe.
follow their cause even when yo0 made this discovery yet?
none -dare follow.

Reception for V I A
:C I 10 FIRST
New Minister PRESBYTERIAN
The Session of the First X -11I RI
Presbyterian Church is invit- 1 CHURCH
ing all members and friends | SU
of the congregation to a U(S 0 508 Sixteenth Street
reception in the Port St. Joe
church to welcome their min- SUNDAY WORSHIP .................... 10 a.m.
ister, the Rev. Dr. Elmer I. Nursery Available
ber 21 fnronm und:00 to 6:00 pte.m. ADULT SCHOOL ........................ 11 a.m.
The Rev. Dr. Elmer I. Braden, Pastor
Shower Planned PASTORAL COUNSELING 227.1756
A stork shower is being
planned for Tina Shearer at
the home of Deborah Gay at .
115 4th St., H.V. tonight at
7:00 p.m.
The shower is being given OPENING MO
by Barbara Nunnery, Debo-
rah Gay and Irene Darna. O PENING MON
Friends are invited to attend.


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Dr. A. John Erickson, a
recently retired Obstetricial -
Gynecologist from Los An-
geles, California recently
joined the staff of the Gulf
County Public Health Unit as
the new county health direc-
tor. His employment began
September 15, and he is
working for both Franklin

Michael Taylor
Has 5th Birthday
Michael James Taylor ce-
lebrated his fifth birthday
Saturday, Sept. 6 with a
party at the City park.
Several friends were there to
help him celebrate his spe-
cial day.
Michael is the son of Vince
and Patricia Taylor of White
City. He is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. James Graves
and Mrs. Flora Miller and
the late Hubert Miller all of
Port St.. Joe.


Michael James Taylor


and Gulf counties.
He graduated from the
University of Virginia with a
BA in 1946 and Temple
University of Medicine as an
MD in 1951. He interned at
Jersey City Medical Center
and was in the U.S. Army
stationed in Anchorage,
Alaska for two years. He
completed his residency at
Temple University Hospital
and received his MS degree
in 1958. After that he was an
instructor at the University
of Miami for approximately
one year and met his wife
Mona who was a registered
nurse. He then joined Abner
J. Moss, M.D. in private
practice in 1959, in the field of
OB-GYN. He has practiced
gynecology for the last ten
years and his wife is a real
estate broker in San Fernan-
do Valley, California. He and
his wife have three sons:
John, 26; Paul, 24; and Jim,
22.
Dr. and Mrs. Erickson will
live in Franklin County.



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Monday thru Saturday
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1986


PAGEFOUR


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Petting Zoo I In Danger of Being



Closed Because of Vandalism


supervisorr of Schools, Wal-
ter Wilder said last week the
school system is going to
have tp move the putting zoo
behind the Port St. Jpe
Elementary School, or dis-
mantle the zoo and get rid'of
the animals.
"Vandalism at the facility
is just killing us and causing
injury and death to s oe of
the animals involved", Wild-
der said.
"We have had a eep
stolen, a deer, sheep an, goat.
killed, several animals.
Wounded and maimed by a
person or persons who seem-
ed to just 4b doing it to have
something to do".
Wilder said the" latest inci-
dent was someone going into
the pens, evidently at night,
and leaving gates open,
which divided the animals.
"Nobody is supposed to go
into those pens unless they
are authorized by the school
to do so. "Whoever went in
the pern and left the gate,
open, allowed the donkey to
get in the pen with the goat
and he nearly killed the goat,
kicking him", Wilder said.
"You can't-mix some of these
animals, even though they
are perfectly docile by them-
selves or around people'. .


Wilder said the carelep- well as
ness of people and te the area
vandalism is beginning to be
too much of a headachejor
the school system people. "If
it isn't reduced, we're just
going to have to shut the poo '
down or move it; that'" a
there is to t", he said.
The Superintendent' said
the school system can't qf- .
ford to provide the type
sec'ity necessary to pre- .
vent acts bf vandalism and '
"we can't expect the City -
Port St. Joe or the Sheriff's .
Department to provide it"
either".. '
The Superintendent stated
that either people would have
to help with security apd
report any suspicious activ-
ity around the pens and stay.
out themselves, or drastic
measures would have to be
taken.


The School Board already
has a standing $500 reward
.offer for information leading.
to the apprehension of the.
person or persons who shot
the sheep and goat recently,
"but so far,.we have had no,
response". ":'' "'
Wilder said the zooq is a
favorite activity of the Ele .
mentary School students, as


FPC Ranked As


many visitors from allow the animals to continue they have ii
, "but we will not to be killed and .abused as said.


n the past",, he


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1986 PAGE FIVE



Monument to Honor War"


Dead to be Ordered Soon


Jim Sealey, Gulf County Service
Officer, said this week the drive to raise
money to erect a monument to Gulf
County's war dead in the nation's last
three wars is nearing completion and he
anticipates placing the order to have the
monument built in the next few days.
"That doesn't mean we have the
money in hand", Sealey said. "It means
we NEARLY have enough money to pay
for the monument and we're asking
people who have made pledges to turn in


their money and those who wish to
contribute to do so in the next few days.
We still need a couple thousand dollars to
finish paying for the monument, but
we're near enough to raising the money
to place the order".
Sealey said the monument will
contain the names of all county veterans
who were killed in World War II, the
Korean War and the Vietnam War. The
monument will be erected in front of the
Gulf County Courthouse. *


Garden Club Begins New Year -


Sealey Recognized
S ill Schlickman, left, local VFW post
commander, presents Jim Sealey, Veterans


Service Officer, with the Florida Post
Service Officers award. The award is
presented to the top 10 Post Service Officers
in the state for service rendered to veterans,
widows and orphans of his community.


The members of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club gather at
the center on 8th St. at noon
Thursday, September 11, to
enjoy a luncheon meeting,
the first meeting of the new
club year 1986-87.
The club's new president,
Mrs. Ethel Bridges, opened
the meeting with prayer. She
extended a warm welcome to
all members and friends who
were in attendance. The
membership welcomed new
member, Wanita Macomber.
At the close of the business
session, Mrs. I.C. Nedley
instructed members in the
art of tying bows.
Hostesses for the occasion
were Mrs. Stiles Brown, Mrs.
I.C. Nedley, Mrs. Rella Wex-


ler and Mrs. Elizabeth Strang.

"A Place for the Whole Family"

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
801 20th Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
SUNDAY:'
9;45 A.M..............S. Snday School (for all ages)
11:00 A.M......... ......... Morning Worship Service
7:00 P.M .................. Evening Worship Service
WEDNESDAY:
6:00 P.M .......................... Young People
7:00 P.M. . .... . Prayer Meeting
Pastor Fred A. Goebert Church Phone: 229-6707
Sponsor of Faith Christian School
Three year old Kindergarten through Eighth Grade
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"6M os rff c i f anke4 16th and-12th, respec-
oL StI lJ I ctenitii Crystal River. also made the
Sm gazine's top 20 list of most
Florida Power Corporation largest investor-owned elev-1 efficient individual power
(FPC) wasT-anked one of the tric companies in the Unites 4
nation's most effieicnt pro- States. The EL&P surVey, and 5 at FPC's Crystal River
ducers of electricity in an rated companies -by how, Energy Complex, were
industry survey just release efficiently their power plants ranker 16th and 12th. respec-
by Electric Light & Power. utilized fuel in 1985. tively.
(EL&P) 'magazine. "Given the environmental


The St. Petersburg-based restraints our plants operate
company was. ranked fifth under, that's quite an ac-
most efficient of the 100 complishment," said FPC


CORRECTION

RICH'S IGA
Lykes 10 oz. Cook-
ed Ham should be
$2.38 per pkg.
+


Executive, Vice President
Billy L, Griffin. "Our'power
plant team devotes their full
attention to getting the most
from the fuel we use. And
that enables us to provide
electric service at a bargain
price compared to their
areas of the country."
Two of FPC's newest po-
wer plants, located north of


BIBLE STUDY.....................'.
MORNING WORSHIP .................
CHURCH TRAINING ..................
EVENING WORSHIP...............
WEDNESDAY ..... ............... .


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


MICHAEL HANDY
Minister of i1uslc.
& Youth


FPC recently proposed a
redilction in the monthly fuel
change" to customers which
will lower monthly bills by
over $9 per 1,000 kilowatt
hours if approved by the
Florida Public Service Com-
mission in Tallahassee. The
proposed fuel charge adjust-
.ment, which should take
effect on October 1, was
lowered primarily because of
,the return to service of the
.company.' least expensively
fueled nuclear. plant and
softening oil and coal prices.

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measures in the plan are
implemented, public meet-
ings and workshops will be
held in the affected area. If
there is significant opposi-
tion,'formal public hearings
would be scheduled.
For more information, con-
tact Steve Leitman, Florida
Department of Environmen-
tal Regulation, (904) 488-
4805; Rich McWillimas,
Northwest Florida Water
Management District, (904)
487-1770; or, Glen Coffee,
U.S. Army Corps of Engine-
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STHE BACK TO .

SCHOOL BLUES
At this time of year this not so mysterious
malady seems to sweep the youngergeneration like
an epidemic. The symptoms are classic and readily
recognized by parents and teachers alike. A
* tendency to qversleep in the mornings, inability to
concentrate on lessons and a general feeling of
despair are a few of the more noticeable ones.
W Medical science has not yet found a cure for the
M "Back to School Blues" and the likelihood is it will a
always show up at summer's end. We do not stock
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Experienced

The jitters were evident a's
the green, untried Sharks
fielded practically a new
team against the experienc-
ed, quick and tough Wewa
Gators last Friday. The
Gators took advantage of two
recovered fumbles, the home
field, and their experience,
as they edged the Sharks
13-7, in the first outing of the
season for both teams.
While the Gators showed
off their more than adequate'
running game with John
Myers as the Gator attack,
the Sharks were showing off
their surprising kicking
game and their kick blocking
ability. The Gators tried two
punts, a field goal and two
extra point attempts and had
four of the five- attempts
blocked by a rushing Shark
line. But, when it came to
catching the shifty Mr. My-
ers it was a differentstory.
The Gators won the toss,
but elected to kick to the Port St. Joe's Sharks bur
Sharks to open the game. cheerleaders as they surge out
After a series of downs,
neither team could move the fumbled on the Gator 27 with
football andit looked as if the nine minutes left in the first
Sharks had a break early in. period. Brian Norton pounc-
the game when Todd McGlon ed on the ball and it looked
dioe tne bal nadsweeintnloed


Michael Byrd, 32, was the leading ground gainer for the Sharks, picking up 71 yards in Fri-
day evening's game. In the photo above, Russell Cherry (30) throws a tackle for the runner as
Jamie Vathis (53) tries to clear the way on the left side.


lIKe mthe Sharks were in thme
driver's seat. Two penalties
and four downs later and the
Gators were taking over on
their own 25. The Sharks had
managed to move the ball
only two yards.
After the Gators picked up
a five yard loss for illegal
procedure, Billy Joe Smiley
hit David Paul on the Shark
44 with a pass and the Gators
were moving. John Myers.
ripped through the line for 28
yards for a vital first down,
then again for 10. Myers
galloped for eight more be-
fore he put his team on the
three yard line. After two
tries, Smiley' plunged over
for the first score of the
game, but Paul's kick for the
extra point was blocked.
In the second period, the
Sharks fumbled again; this
time on their own 42 yard
line.
Again, the Gators went to
work with a 24 yard pass to
Paul, a 14 yard play in which
Mike Ward dribbled the ball
on the ground aid Roy-Myers.
recoveredd it 6'the Shark1 x
Two plays later, John Myers
had scored the Gators second
and last TD of the game. This


Gators Down the Sharks I


st through a sign held aloft by the varsity the annual meeting between the two county rivals.
o the field Friday evening in Wewahltchka in --Star photo


time, Paul got his kick off
and made the extra point
good, giving the Gator's a
13-0 lead at half time.
The Gators were threaten-
ing again with 45 seconds left
to play, when Myers fumbled
the ball and Kevin Dawson
recovered for the Sharks.
As the second half start-
ed, the Shark defense began
to stiffen and stopped the
;opening Gator drive on their
own 22 yard line. But Brian
Norton again caught Paul
before he got his kick away
and blocked the punt, putting
the Sharks in possession of
the ball on the Gator 22. Four
plays later, Tim Wilder
sneaked over for the Sharks'
only TD of the night. Joe
Norton kicked the extra
point, making the score 13-7.
The TD was set up by two.
consecutive long gainers by
Terrance Farmer.
'The Sharks got the ball for
the last time with 3:57 left in
the game and started driving


from their own 30. Mike Byrd
picked up 14 yards but had
his gain called back by a clip
penalty. The Gators were
also hit with a personal foul
call. Farmer got seven of the
yards back before Byrd
fumbled and Roy Myers
recovered on the Shark 28 to
end the game for the Sharks:.
It was evident, as Coach
Lanford said, "We didn't
execute tonight". But, it was
also evident that the-Sharks
had potential and will likely
be heard from as the season
goes along and the young
players season.
The Gators just handed the
ball to John Myers, or passed
it off to David Paul, while
their gutsy defenders did
their job.
Myers was the leading
ground gainer for .both
teams, running for 90 yards.
Mike Byrd was the leading
ground gained: for the Sharks,
picking up 71 yards and
Terrance Farmer bulled for


23 hard yards.. '-
Byrd also caught a pass for
a five yard yard gain.
Terrance Farmer let the
Shark defense with seven
tackles and 10 assists: Joe
Norton had 10 tackles and
four assists. Darrin Calloway
had six tackles and five
assists and Brian Norton.had
five and five.
FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night, the Sharks
-will take one 'of"thetrlong


distance trips to Monticello
to meet Jefferson County.
The Gators are on the road
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First downs
Rushes, yds
Passing yards
Total yards
Passes
Punts
Fumbles lost
-Penaltiesyds.


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Sheriff's Department Dep-
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Thursday afternoon 'of last '
week and filed "two charges
against him.
Farmon was arrested and
charged with selling mari-
juana to,an undercover offi-
cer and promoting a lottery.
Chief Deputy Mike White
said Farmon had several


pieces of lottery operation
paraphernalia on his person
at the time of the arrest.
White .said Farmon: had
sold marijuana to an under-
Scover officer earlier and had
none in his possession at the
time of the arrest.
Farmon was released on:
bail consisting of a $5,000
property bond.


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"Need Mandatory Sentences to Control Drug Dealers"


"What the fight against illegal
drugs needs more than anything else
is a stiff mandatory sentence law
'against pushers", Sheriff Al Harrison
told the Rotary Club last Thursday.
Speaking on the drug problem in the
United States and particularly Gulf
County, Sheriff _Harrison said the
growing problem 'in our nation will
only get worse, so long as dealers can
make a tremendous profit with only a
slight chance he will ever spend time
in jail for dealing.
"Drugs, and crack cocaine are


definite serious threats to Gulf
County", Sheriff Harrison said.
,"Right now, we don't have too many
drugs in our county, but with the
availability and comparative cheap-
ness of crack cocaine, the drug has the
possibility of becoming a real problem
to our county, just as it has with
others", Harrison said.
The speaker said the crack
cocaine could be the most dangerous
drug of all those which have been
introduced in recent years. "It doesn't
cost much, so it is readily available,


but it doesn't last very long, either.
The biggest danger from crackle
cocaine is that after taking three
"hits" of the substance, you're
addicted to it, and becoming addicted
is accompanied by a few brain cells
being destroyed every time it is
smoked".
The speaker said the new drug
which is drawing so much official
attention because of its danger, is
about the size and shape of a piece of
ice cream salt-. It is smoked in a pipe
or a converted soft drink can. The


substance sells for $5.00 to $10.00 per
piece and a piece gives a "high"
which lasts from seven to ten minutes.
"Dependence on crack has sent
the burglary statistics soaring",
Harrison said. "While the high lasts
for seven to ten minutes, the user may
smoke the substance eight or ten
times a day. This gets expensive.
While using the drug, the user doesn't
want to work, so he must steal in order
to get money to buy his supply".
"A user is going to steal or deal to
support his habit", the Sheriff said.


In the world of dealing, the Sheriff
said Senator Lawton Chiles is the only
big name law-maker who has come
out with a program to counteract the
drug. "Still, we need the support of the
public, pressuring state and national
lawmen to come up with a mandatory
penalty for dealing. Dealing is highly
profitable, and the first offense
penalty is usually probation for
usually a year. This means a dealer is
told, after making thousands while he
was in business, that he must not be
caught doing anything wrong for a


- Harrison
year." The Sheriff pointed out such a
penalty wasn't much of a deterrent fbr
a person entering the drug dealing
business.
"Our community needs to get
enraged with our state and national
law enforcement about this matter",
Harrison said. He pointed out that
crack is easily obtainable, cheap,
easy to use, but, "It cannot be
experimented with. It's probably the
most dangerous drug of all and we
need to use all our resources to control
it".


Deer Hunters Must Wear Flourescent


Ora


This year, sportsmen who
plan to hunt deer on Florida's
wildlife management areas
will be required to wear at
least 500 square inches of
Jeremy Is One
Jeremy Miller celebrated
his first birthday August 20 at
his grandparent's home in
White City. Several friends
and relatives helped him
celebrate this happy occa-
sion including his sister,
Wendy and his brother, Ti-
mothy.
He is the son of Ray and
Jan Miller of White City. His
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Kirkland 9f
White City and Mrs. Hubert
Miller of Port St. Joe. he is
the great grandson of Mrs.
S.C. Pridgeon.


vnge Cloi
daylight fluorescent orange
clothing as an outer garment
above the waist. The new law
also requires daylight fluore-
scent orange clothing for
everyone who accompanies a
deer hunter into wildlife
management areas.
Daylight fluorescent
orange (also called hunter
orange or blaze orange) is a
color not found in nature, and


Jeremy Miller


thing for
statistics indicate that re-
quiring deer hunters to wear
the color can reduce hunting
accidents. Camouflage-type
daylight fluorescent orange
does not meet specifications
of the new statute, which
goes into effect Oct. 1.
The daylight fluorescent


Safety
orange clothing requirement
does not apply to sportsmen
who are on private property
or who are seeking game
other than deer. However, all
hunters may be required to
wear hunter orange on some
federal property such as
military bases.


Search and Rescue Unit Has New Vehicle


Gulf County's Search and Rescue team, all volunteers,
was presented with. their newly refurbished search and
rescue vehicle this past week by Sheriff Al Harrison. The
vehicle, one of the older vehicles of the volunteer
Ambulance Service which has been overhauled, largely
with volunteer labor, wrinkles removed from the body and
a new paint job applied, was presented to the squad for
their use. Search and rescue is gearing up for the coming
hunting season, when they.are especially busy locating lost
hunters.


Shown above, at the presentation ceremony were Civil
Defense director, Larry Wells, Sheriff Harrison, Bernie
Pridgeon, receiving the keys, Chief Deputy Mike White,
Jim Barfield, commander of S&R, County Commissioner
Billy Branch and Jim Stephens.
Search and Rescue officers are Jim Barfield;
commander; Corbett Howell and Buddy King, assistants;
Frances M. Morris, secretary and David Fernandez,
chaplain.


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, JAMES TANKERSLEY has ALREADY
proven himself competent to fill the post
- of County Commissioner. Why not elect
someone already trained in the job?
JAMES TANKERSLEY has the
background and ability to persuade the
County Commission to consider his
ideas.
- JAMES TANKERSLEY lives in District
Four and will spend his time on the
Commission seeking ways to improve
the quality of life in the entire district -
from the Gulf County Canal to 10th
Street.


Give A

Yank for


Tank


, JAMES TANKERSLEY knows any District
needs the approval of THREE Commis-
sioners to get anything accomplished.
, JAMES TANKERSLEY has no axe to
grind and no favors to repay anyone so
he is free to serve the people of his
district. He can concentrate on getting
things done.
- WILL YOU guarantee continued County
services for District Four by voting for
accomplishment and not a proven
dividing force?


Vote For and Elect


James L. "Tank" Tankersley

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT FOUR PdPol.Ad
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FRIENDS OF BILL McGILL
I want to thank all of my supporters and those who
voted for me in my recent bid to fill the District 8 House
of Representatives seat being vacated by retiring Rep.
James Harold Thompson.
Should I decide to run again, I would like all of
those who supported me and voted for me this past elec-
tion to do so again in the future.,
BILL McGILL, candidate
Mary Baker, Treasurer
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,1986


Hunting & Fishing M -m M

Day Set Sept. 27 ---m


By proclamation of Gover-
nor Bob Graham, Florida
will join the rest of the
country in celebrating Natio-
nal Hunting and Fishing Day
Sept. 27.
Since 1972, Florida has
designated one day per year
to give recognition to hunters
and fishermen for their con-
tributions to conservation. In
addition, National Hunting


Temperatures of the wa-
ters in the Red Sea often
rise to about 100 degrees F.


and Fishing Day has re-
ceived the support of each
American president since its
inception.
"National Hunting and
Fishing Day focuses, on the
importance of conserving our
natural and wildlife resour-
ces and the vital role hunters
and fishermen play in con-
servation," said Col. Robert
M. Brantly, executive direc-
tor of the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission.
Through special license
fees and taxes on equipment,
sportsmen contribute mil-
lions of dollars each year to
pay for land acquisitions,
research and management of
habitat for fish and wildlife.


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The Varsity Cheerleaders for Po'tSt. Joe Jr.-Sr. High one above.
School have been practicing since midsumnimer getting ready .Bottom row, from left: Kim Harvey, Paula Ramsey
for the school year and football season, And they are ready to (captain), Susie Wood, Nancy Stoutamire (co-captain) and
lead the school's fans in enthusiastic cheers for the Slarki. Crysttl Dean. Middle row, Tammy McGee, Laura Van
Here they demonstrate that not only on the football field is Pietersom, Lisa Mahlkov and Kelli Kirkland. At the top Is
athletic prowess needed. Cheerleaders must be very athlete Sonia Quinn.
and practice long and hard to accomplish stunts such as the, -Star photo


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Tyndall's Air Combat Man-
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Gulf AIro: Buccanee
213 Gulf Aire Dr.: B
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GULF AIRE OAK GROVE
d, Spanish style. 2-story stucco 311 lola St.: 2 bdrm 1 be trailer, new wallpaper,cen.
4 bd, 2'/ ba. deck off master h&a 2 lots fenced $19.500.
ad & Gull Airs Dr., new chalet PORT ST. JOE
2'A be., eautflul & different. 1306'WoodwardAve. 4 drm 2 bea. liable home In
good neighborhood 545.000 I
Block A. 65O1800. unobstructed 1904 Juniper Ave. Nice large 4 bedroom. 2 bath brick
4,900 home, big aen. great possibilities. $74.500
ir Dr.. Lot 6. Block G S22.500 1902 Garrison. 2 bedroom. 1 bath. good starler
eauliful 3 bdrm., 3 be cedar & home. $45.700
h, decks. fJreplace. furniture top BEACON HILL


Sea Pines: 3 bdrm. 3 be., fireplace, sauna privacy
fence & hot tub. Must see to appreciate $125.000.
Periwinkle Dr. 5 bdrm .3 be., 2.800 plus sq It. Lots of
room to live In. Screen porch, balcony with gulf view,
sprinkler system Top floor separate LR, bath and
bdrm. Downstairs, 4 bdrms, 2 be.a, family rm
$128,000.
CAPE SAN BIAS
Cape Sands Landing: WATERFRONT 2 bdrm. and
loft, 2 ba $110.000.
INDIAN PASS
4 lots & 1 bdrm.. 1 be. house & lot. all for S78.400 or
house & extra lot. $46.000
ST. JOE BEACH
New Listing: Comer of Desolo & Alabama: 2 bdrm
and study, 1 '/, ba., nice landscaped lot. very comfor-
table home. $69.500.
Desoto Street: Cedar home. 2 bd. 2 be amenities.
upstairs wlvlew of Gulf. Downstairs 960 sq. ft of of-
ice, shop or rental space. Convenienent arrangement
' block to beach. $105.000.
Coronado Townhomea. 2 bdrm. 1 '. be. dedicated
beach. Unobstructed view. All amenities. Furnished
$84.900, unfurnished. $74,500
3 lots PIned. St. 1st block. $55.900
U.S. 98 Beachvfew, 2 story duplex. $69.900.
Balboa St.: Speakers, music system In lovely, com.
lovable 24'x60' double wide 3 bdrm.. 2 ba. modular
home, screened 12x32' front porch, f p clha. Watch
the birds feed from glassed 12x22' Fla. rm., as no
paint brush needed 150'x1SO'. 1'Ia blocks from
beach. Was $65,000, Reduced to $62,500.
Georgia Ave.: 150' on Georgia by 90' deep vacant lot.
$16,000.
Coronado St. Nice 2 bdrm., 1 be.'mobile home
ciha, 75'x150' lo t. 2A blocks from beach. $28,750
New Listing: Court Street: Large 1,800 plus sq. rt.
redwood & slone home. 3 bd. 2 be cen h&a, big
bedrooms, 2 blocks to beach Good price. $58,000


2nd Avenue: 100'x100' lot. 2 bdrm 1 ba mobile
home. shop & covered shed $31.750
nd Street 3 blocks from beach. 2 bdrm. 1 ba 4
lots., $46000
3rd Ave. 3 bdrm 2 ba trailer, decks $28.500
3rd Ave.: Nice 14x60' Scot 1984 mobile home. 2
bdrm, 1 be custom built masonile siding, shingle
roof, other extras $35.000.
Between 3rd & 4th St.: 1 or 2 bdrm 1 ba GREAT
VIEW. $39.500
Two 2 bdrm.. 1 be apartments. 2 story bidg $39.500
or botn buildings for $69.500
MEXICO BEACH
36th St.: Beacnside home. 2 bd I be. screened
porch, can h&a. nicely furnished Ready for living or
rental. Good investment. 560.000
e111 St.: Unique arrangement. 2 Klitchens. 3 bdrm 2
ba. Ig lot. $59.500
Nice high lot at Grano Isle $7.500
Between 5th & 6th St. on U.S. 98: 2 Daim 2.r ba .
unobstructed Gull view. owner financing. $77.500
Trailer lot no utillites. $14.000
Hwy. 386A: 87 5' highway frontage by 194 deep
commercial 529,900.
87 5'x 125' trailer lot 7 200
313 Hatley Dr. Off 386A NEAT brick and *ooa 3
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mos quiet neighborhood. c'ha Celling plans. paved
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ber 24-25, 1986. .
The council will evaluate
Language Arts textbooks to
be submitted to the State
Instrudfi'dnal Maiterils
Council. The meeting will be
held in the conference room
of PAEC in Chipley from 8:00
a.m. until 3:00 p.m. 'daily.
The public is invited to attend
all meetings.
Representative counties
are Franklin, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson and Washington.





1981 Ford Mustang, a/c,
p/s,p/b. Call 227-1253.
< 2tc9/18
1980 Fairmont Ford, 2
door, 4 cyl., good second car,
$1,000. 316 W. 3rd St.,
Wewahitchka. 39-5702.
S 2tc9/11
'81 Toyota Corolla, a/c, "
p.b., very good condition,
must see. Call 1-653-9351.
2tp9/ll
PONTIACS
, 1973 1978 1980
$400 $2100 $3000
Can be seen at Gulf Salds
Motel, St. Joe Beach.
1984 Pontiac Gran Prix,
p/s, p/b, a/t, a/c, cruise con-
trol, tilt steering, am/fm
cassette stereo, excel., cond.
No equity, assume remain-
ing 36 payments or $7,500.00
cash. Call 229-6571 after 5:00.
1976 lwb Chevy truck, %
ton, new tires, rebuilt
transmission. Call 229-8232.
tfc 8/21


Wewahitchka State Bank


Port St. Joe / Wewahitchka


Slate Farm Insurance Companies l
Home Offices: Bloomington. Illinois


MEMBER:
F.D.I.C.


STUBBS-HANNON, Inc.
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Townhouses, Single Family
Homes, Land Tracts, Lots &
Property Management

Serving the Cape San Bias area
227-1892
Mike Malay Associateee........... Mark Hannnn Broker


SlLLEMORE
REAL ESTATE
INC.'


Corner 10th Street and U.S. Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach, Florida 32410
(904) 648-5146
See One of Our Friendly, Well-.Qualified Salespeople
Ellen F. Allemore, Broker 648.8939 Nancy Mock, Salesperson
Joy Holder, Salesperson 648-8493 Cape Specialist 227-1322
Vickle Stokes, Salesperson 648-8825 Flo Melton, Salesperson 229-8076
Preston Wingate, Salesman 648-8565 Charline Hargraves, Salesperson
N. F. Allemore, Jr., Salesman-648-8939 -648-8921
Bobble Miller, Salesperson 648-8398
ST. JOSEPH SHORES Balboa St.: Great Investment 2 nice 2 bdrm 1 be
Finish building your home where started on 200" houses, clha, on 50'x150' lots and I vacant lot lor
roadfrontU.S.98by 110deepwith75'xl40'extralot $104.000. Will sell sep, $47,000 each house and
in back and 2 septic tanks Preserve your gull view $10.000 for lot. I VA blocks from beach..
with 110' of beachfront across the road. All for Between Coronado & Balboa Streets: 50' lot on Hwy.
$198,000. Will also sell separately 98 $45.000 %


"God's Word Proclaimed God's Son Exalted"

HIGHLAND VIEW
BIBLE CHURCH
(Meeting at Highland View Elementary School)
SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 10:00a.m.
WORSHIP SERVICES ............... 11 a.m. &6 p.m.
(Children's Church and Nursery Provided .
At All Services)


"Good service.
good coverage.
god price-
That's
State Farm
insurance."

BILL WOOD
403 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe
Office: 229-6514
Home: 229-6103
Like a good neighbor,
State Farm is there.

STATE FARM


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years of servingg1



our community



Thanks to You!


Through the years, we've shared hellos, changes,

memories, and a bright vision of the future.


It's because of your trust and loyalty that we're here,
proudly serving you and our community.


We're celebrating our 60th anniversary during the

entire month of September. To show our apprecia-

tion we invite you to stop in and register for prizes to

be given away during this special celebration.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,1986


For Sale by Owner: 3
bedroomm, 2 .bath, central
hlat & air on 2 large lots in
Ward Ridge. $47,500. Call
2296224. 2tp9/18
87.5'x125' unrestricted lot
off Highway 386A in Mexico
Beach. $6,600. 229-8533 or
64845M5.
1983 2 bdrm., 1 ba. mobile
on home 60'x140' fenced lot
li'Highland View. Many ex-
tias. $25,000. 227-1288. .:
3 bedroom frame house on,
corner lot. Furnished or un-
fuirnished. For more infor-
mation call 'after 7 p.m.,
227-7291.: tf 9/11
Home for Sale: 4 bdrm,
with fireplace, approx. 2
acres with fish pond, where
the deer conime to water,
located between Port St. Joe
& White City. Assum. 1st
mortgage at 9%%. For infor-
mation call 227-1551. tfc 9/11
By Owner: House only 3
yrs. old, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., LR,
DR, Ig. breakfast rm., kit-
chen with Ig. pantry, range &
d.w., inside laundry, den.
h&a, 2 car garage. Insulated
windows, excel. insulation in
outside walls & attic. $54,500.
229-8688. tfc 8/28
W --acre lot at Howard
Creek. On Blossom Hill
Road, septic tank, well, elec.
pole with meter & security
light. Ready to move onto.
$8,200. 648-8673. Wtc 9/4
'2 story beach house for
sale'at Cape San Blas. Ocean
and bay view, sacrifice at
$69,000. Call (904) 674-8465,
ask for Pat. Lfc 8-7


New In-Town Listing:
3 bedroom, 1% ba. 'block
home, 1911 Cypress Ave. In-
;cludes,' ch&a,
w-w es. Af-
fordable at $41,900. Please
call
229-6916
for appointment
CAPE SAN BIAS REALTY'


Blue Haven Condos in Gulf
Aire, 2 ba., fully loaded kit-
chen, ice maker, etc., W/D,
,ceiling fan, deck, priv. den,
etc'. One furnished $44,900.
One unfurnished, $42,900, or
best offer on either. Call
. Call resident salesperson for
appt., 648-8620,. or call
1-674-4455. tfc 8-7




Yard Sale: Hoold items &
clothes, 1302 McClellan Ave.,
Saturday, 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
Yard Sale: 813 Marvin
Avenue, Saturday, 8 a.m.
Rain cancels.
Three Family Garage Sale
Saturday, Sept. 20, 1003
Woodward Ave,'from 9 to 2.
Lots of new items, ideal for
gifts. Baby boy clothes,
men's work & dress clothes'
size 38. Ladies clothes. All at
bargain prices. Lots of odds
& ends. Come by and take a
look at the excellent
bargains.
CLOTHING SALE:
Quality, clean clothing
that's been outgrown.
Some never worn. Sizes
14-18. 50e to $4.00, nothing
higher. Fi;iday & Saturday,
Sept. 19 & 20, 8-2 p.m. on
Sbeachside highway 98 at,
Beacon Hill. On porch of
,yellow house across from
BeaChbn.
Yard Sale:, Moving In 1st
Ave., Beacon Hill. Saturday,
Sept. 20th. 8 a.m. start.






LOST: $100 REWARD
0 IF FOUND
Laige yellow longhaired cat.
May be injured. L4st in the
vicinity of Fiesta Food Store,
MexiEo Beach. Call 6484271.
2tc 9/11


,R E

Tri-plex, one furnished,
one unfurnished, access to
pool and private beach.
Gulf Aire. 648-5906. tfc 9/18
2 bedroom house fof rent,
furnished fn town. $220 per
s month. Deposit required.
No pets. Call Carol
Hartley, aj229-8375. 2tp9/18
Nice 2 bedroom trailer, 1
bath. Located on Pineda
St., St. Joe Beach. 2%
blocks from beach. 648-
5361. No pets. tfc 9/18'
For Rent: Mexico Beach:
Available soon, 12'x65' 3
BR, 2 bath mobile home.
Stove, refrig. & a/c. No
pets, Deposit & lease re-
quired. $220 per month.
*
Will rent small self con-
tained R.V. nit to indivi-
dual or couple. No pets. A/c
& utilities furnished. $50
week or $200 month.

Two trailer or R.V.
spaces (35' or less) for
rent. Lease required. No
pets&
Call 648-8289 for anpy
of these
S2tp aRi
For Rent: Warehouse
space iith office. Approx..
850 sq. (t. *Suitable for'con-
tractor or small servicebusi-
ness. 227-1100 days only.
S. tfc 8-7s
'Room for Rent: By day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel 229-8723. 3Q2
Reid Ave. tfc 4/17

No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.,
227-1251. tfcjl7
For Rent: Mini-warehouse
storage. For more informa-
fion call 229-6332. "tfe 7/3


Office space now available.
Just remodeled'. 304 Third
Street, Port St. Joe. Con-
tact Wayne Stewart, P. 0.
Box 6479, Tampa, FL 33608-
6479 or call 1-813-830-4985.
tictf8/14

FOR RENT: 1985 Ford
555-A tractor, wheel drive
backhoe, front end loader,
forklift. 2294736.
tic 914.
2 bedroom trailer $170 per
month. St. Joe Beach.
648-8862. ltp
2 bedroom, 1 bath house on
canal, Mexico Beach. Cen.
h&a, furnished, year lease,
$375 month. 648-8586 or
1-725-3616. tfe 9/11
Mexico Beach: Super nice
large duplex. 2/1. Ceiling
fans, cen. h&a, walk to shop-
ping A& beach. $285 per
month. 1-575-3624 p.m. or
1-385-7714 a.m. tfc 9/11
For Rent: Unfurnished
townhouse in town. Cen. heat
& air. Call 648-5656 anytime.
tfc9/11l


Apalachicola Valley
Nursing Center has a full
time opening on the 3-11
shift for an LPN. Our
islary & benefit package is
excellent. Our standards of
patient care are continual-
ly recognized as superior.
Please call Mrs. Gates at
1474-5464. 2tc 9/18
Butler's Restaurant &
Lounge now has immediate
openings for experienced
waitresses and bar
,tenders. Apply in person
after 4:00 p.m. 2tc 9/18
.We have an opening for
an RN to work Saturday
and Sunday every other
week end. Contact Mrs.
Gates at 674-5464 in Blount-
stown.
2tc 9/18
RN & LPN. Part time at
120 bed skilled nursing
facility. Contact Judith
Howell, Director of Nurs-
ing, Bay St. Joseph Care
Center, 229-8244 for inter-
view. 2t9/18
Need experienced break-
fast lunch cook. Apply yin
person at the Gibson Inn,
Apalachicola. It 9/18


s

Spinet, pianowfor sale, ex-
cel. i condition. Good for be-
ginner. $950. 229-8232 or
648-5250. 2tc 9/18
% h.p. compressor &
paint, $75; 3 h.p. Briggs &
Stratton engine, $25. 525
Fortner between 5th & 6th
St., Mexico Beach.
125 Suzuki 4 wheeler with
all accessories in excel.
cond. One 30' shrimp net.
May be seen at 211 7th St.,
Port St. Joe, or call 227-1899.
Necchi sewing machine,
needs belt; moving left-.
overs. Can be seen at 129
Monica Drive, Ward Ridge.
Kitchen table, 2 chairs, tea
cart, 2 lamps, odds & ends.
Some give away.
Cost of long distance calls
got you down? Save big ($$!
Unlimited long distance
calls for $100 per month! Call
Randy 648-8296, 3:30 p.m. -,
7 ,.m. : 2tp9/18
DOROTHY'S CERAMICS
W. Fourth Street, Wewa
MOVING SALE
Saturday, Sept.'10
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CDT
Bring y6ur own boxes. We
have the iaper.*Everything*-
56 o.-

0ull-blooded Doberman
tull-blooded-Doberman
pincherss, 9, weeks old. 2
males, 4 females, 450 each.
Black, & red. 2298492, or
229-9940 evenings. 2tc 9/18
19 cu. ft. upright freezer,
$195. Folding metal chairs,
$3 each. Days*648-5777 or
nights 648-223.
Woodburning heater; zero
clearance fireplace; misc.
stove pipe & supplies. Small,
refrigerator; metal desk.
4'x8' pool table. Upright
video game. Pinball
machine. .Other items.
229153?
Free to" good homes, 2
Slack kittens, I seal point.
648-862.
Apple le computer 'and
accessories. CaU 2294-409.
tifc7/17
LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, swing frames, pic-
nic tables, lawn chairs, set-
tees, and children's picnic
tables. Call 639-286,0 o'
,639-580. tc4/17
1985 18'2" Winner Bass
boat, 150 h.p. Maitina
Maghum, s.s. prop, 12-44 volt
trolling motor, galw. drive-
on trailer, less than 10 hrs.
on motor. Many extras. 6
year warranty on boat.
$9,800. Call after 9 p.m.,
648-5483. tfc 9/11
Kimball electric organ
Super Star 11, $600. 7 years
old. 648-5106. tfe 9/11
Queen size waterbed $175.
Call 229-8494. 2t 9/11

STEEL ROOFING &
SIDING
American made
From $9.95 per sq.
Based on size, style & qty.
GOLDIN IND., INC.
Gulfport, MS
601-896-6216
12tp 7/3
7f*


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

R.N.'s. Now taking appli-
cations. Apply in person at
Gulf Pines Hospital. Com-
.petitive salary. E.O.E
tfc 7/31
Excellent income for part
time 'home assembly work.
For info. call 504-641-8003,
ext.9575. 4tp9/4





WANTED: Up to 1,000 feet
or Re-bar, 3/8" and up, in
size. Call 648-8562 after 5
p.m.2tp 9/11


Full charge bookkeeper
needed for busy building
supply. Must have ex-
perience in accounts re-
ceivable, accounts
payable, payroll & sales
tax report. 229-8232. 2tc 9/18
Help Wanted: Part time
yard work and general.
maintenance. Marquardt's
Marina, Mexico Beach,
648-8900. 2tc 9/11




1980 Mustangi, 2 dr Hat-
chback, a/c, am/fm, cruise'
control, auto. trans., low
mileage. Call 229-8578 after
4:00p.m. 3tc9/18
1981 Datsun 200SX black,
5-speed, a/c, am/fm stereo,
loers, $3,600. Call, afr
5:00p.m., 2294850. 2tc 9/18
1975 6'cylinder stick shift
Maverick, $675. 648-642.
1979 Dodgp 4x4 power
wagon, a/b, c.b.-, tilt wheels
low minleige. 'In excel. cohd.'
$3,295 or trale forvan p 2 .
wheel drive jilek-up ofrequal
value. 648-812 ;, ,
,1975 DodgeI Monaco, $350.
227-7249 after,5 p.m.
1972 'Ford for sale.
Everything worksion it. The
motor needs some work done
to it. My son is driving it
now. Will sell it as' is for a
few dollars cash. New tires.
Mrs. R. H. Powell, 802 4th
Street, back of old St. Jobe
IceHouse.




Have Singer, will sew!
Minor repairs, jeans rebuilt,
simple ';s.ewjng,g ,1.15
Pinewood, Rustic Sands,
Mexico Beach. tfc9/4
WELDING

or 6484574

HOUSE PAINTING
Experienced and affordable.:
S Free estimates
-* Roger Beasley
Call 229-303
4p6-5.
CLASSIC CATERING
90yrs. experience
Reasonable Rates
Weddings, Office
Parties, All Occasions,
, Call Panama City
763-0904
Shirley Raffield Jarzynka
' 13tc 7/3

Alcoholics 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


DEPENDABLE
CABINET COMPANY
Quality craftmanship,
courteous service, afford-
able, guaranteed. Resi-
dential, commercial. Free
estimates.
1-784-7396
tfc 9/4


Additions Decks
Remodeling Roofing
AAA
CONSTRUCTION
Dependable Quality
Workmanship
MikeHigdon Rod Allen
227-1715 229-8942
Licensed Contractors
4tp 91/4


PAINTING
20 years experience
Satisfaction guaranteed.
229-6886
tfc 6/26


THE SAND DOLLAR PIZZA
and SANDWICH SHOP


MEETING & PARTY
ACCOMMODATIONS
AVAILABLE
2294900


Mon. Fri. 10-8
4tp 6/5


SERVICES-


CENTIPEDE SOD
Delivered 14, sq. ft. Will also
.plant'. Call 1-674-8252
anytime. 7tp 8/14
Do you need a good,
dependable cleaning maid.,
Call 229-8751, ask for Connie.-
AUTOMOTIVE PAINTING
& MINOR REPAIRS
Also minor mechanical
work. Reasonable rates.
Call 648-5047
*3tc9/4

USRY'S CONSTRUCTION
Io6fing & Additions
General Repair Electrical
S St. Joe Beach
648-8646
8tp 8/21


BOB'SSMALL
ENGINE REPAIR
Tillers, Chain Saws, Lawn
*Mowers& Weed Eaters
Atlantic St., St. Joe Beach
6485106 -


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of lusurance
422 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc4/17


WILL DO CARPENTER
WORK of ALL TYPES
Remodeling, Roofing
0 Painting
Mobile Home Repairs
Also Minor Plumbing &
Electrical Repairs
22 years experience
648-8651
tfe 6/12


kills bugs for
up to six months,

and saves you g out $100 yearly
In costly pest control services.


HURLBUT'SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida ,
tfe 7/4
.. a
ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





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

GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689
P.O. BOX 4S
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA4
tfc 7/4
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CUSTOM
CLEAN
(904) 648-8891
Port St. Joe
Owned & Operated By
Carole & Bill Franklin


Psychological services fo4
anyone with problems Wi
,day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.!
Joe, 227-1145 (24 hours)

FREDDY THE
HANDYMAN
Carpentry & Painting
Free Estimates
Call 229-6288 or
639-2990
RR004907
2tp 9/18

GENERAL CONTRACTOR
DECKS, FENCES,
PORCHES



Ed Creamer
(94)648-5427
St. Joe Beach, Florida
LAWN and PORCH
FURNITURE
4tp9/1l


THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reid Ave. 22i-6954
SMon.ASat., 8 a.m. 8 p.m.
Sun. 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
Self service or droon/off


. Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue
tfc 7/4


We buy,'sll and trade u-
ed furniture. Get good prices
for your unwanted furnituri
Country Peddler. 2294966.
a '


ELIZABT'S
CERAMICS

*Greenware
Firing
*Supplies
,6 miles south of Wewa
Highway 71


SPACEVIEW
SATELLITE
SYSTEMS
Sales, Service and
Installation
FCC Licensed Technicians1
FRANK RITCH
227-1590


The Sewing Rooni
., 410 A Reid Avenue &O
p ,"NV Port St. Joe, Florida

'Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"







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



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



REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE
REFERENCES Phone 229-6374
Call and Talk to Us About Getting
Your Furniture Refihished to
Look Like New.
Across from Duren's Economy Store,
Highway 98
tlc 66


PAGENINE


HANNON REALTY, Inc.
221 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe,. FL
(904) 227-1450
FRANK HANNON, Broker
SALES ASSOCIATES
Margaret Hale 5648-5659 Roy Smith
Broker-Salesman
Frances Chason 229-8747
HOMES
New Listing: Port St. Joe: Charming 2 bedroom. 2 bath home on corner
lot. Carpets, deck, many other features.. 34.500.
Simmons Bayou: Large 4 bedroom home with beautiful hardwood floors
& juniper paneling. Lots of trees on 3 acres, 267 ft. of bayfront. Shown by
White City: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, carport, new roof Price reduced to only
34,000.
Mexico Beach: One block to beach, 2 or 3 bedroom, I bath, fireplace,
great room, foyer, private patio. $52,600.
Mexico Beach: Tastefully decorated 3 bedroom, 2 bath modular home. -
Completely furnished, 156,000.
Port St. Joe: Interesting floor plan, large rooms in this 4 bedroom, 2 bath
home. Has fireplace in den for winter, screen porch for summer. Owner
will listen to offers. Listed at $59,500.
Mexico Beach: Zoned for trailers, nice shaded lots; walk to beach. Owner
will sell both lots with trailer, or any part separately. Make an offer.
1 North Port St. Joe: Price Reduced. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, enclosed porch,
carpet, panelling, only $20,000.
Port St. Joe: Good location, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, den with fireplace, new
kitchen. Great yard for children. $49,500.
Oil Grove: Good rental property, 3 bedroom, 1 ath, den, carport. Only
$51,500.
Port St. Joe: Perfect starter home for young couple. 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
central heat/alr. Only $26,500
St. Joe Beach: Gulf view from deck, m block to water. New kitchen, cen-
tral heat & air, fans, carpet. 2 bedroom, I bath, $53,000.
St. Joe Beach: 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home, nice shaded lot, $31,500.
SMexico Beach: 2 bedroom, I bath screen porch, deck with gulf view, Hwy.
Of Price Includes bedroom guest house. $115,000.
Port St. Joe: 3 bedroom, I bath, on 2 lots, fireplace, carport, real pine
paneling throughout. I mile from Gulf. close to school, church, and town.
Assumable mortgage. $37,200.
St. Joe Beach: Extra large, 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. Brand new cArpet,
new kitchen, only 2 blocks from beach. $42,000.
Port St. Joe: Freshly painted frame home 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, covered
patio, carport, outside storage. $43,000.
;" .LOTS
Cape Plantation: Exclusive homesites available close to golf, swimming
& tennis, underground utilities. From $16,000. Owner financing.
Cape Plantatlion: Acre zoned commercial, excellent restaurant location.
$45,500.
St. Joe Beach: 2 extra large lots border 3 streets, 3 blocks from Gulf.
27,500 for both.
Mexico Beach Beachalde: 2 commerelal lots, $45,000 each.
Mexico Beach: Texas Drive, $10,000.
Indian Pass: 1 block from water, 75'xl05' $9,500.
St. Joe Beach. Price reduced on lot. Corner Coronado & Americus, now
only $13,500.
Stonemil Creek Area: 40 acres, cleared $40,000.
St. Joseph Shores: 80' Gulf Front, Hwy. 98 to water.
Wewahitchka: 80 acres east of town,(80,000.
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.
RENTALS
St. Joe Beach: 1 bedroom house, partially furnished, Gulf view. No pets.
$225.
Port St. Joe: 3 bedroom, I bath, good location, no pets. $325.
Mexico Beach: 3 bedroom, 1 bath, deck, $275. No pets.


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Lakeview SI. Bacon.I
$3 0061ROnpS 3 lb.
$49 Bef ttues .
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$1 10 b. Bucket ~
I!Chitterlngs4;


BUTT
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build I-


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Quart Siz


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I CRISCO 3 Lb.'Carl PREMIUM 1 Lb.
Shortening SALTINES 109
SDELI-BAKERY


Orvil Redenbacher's
POPCORN


3 .$199


Real Value 8
PRUNE JUICE ......... 32 oz 88
9 Lives 3/11
CAT FOOD .......... 6%,oz I


'62 Ounce
REAL VALUE TUNA ....


.591


FREuH LARGE RIPE
STomatoes


lb.49
CALIFORNIA
LETTUCE......


42 Oz. QQC
Ajax or Purex Detergent .... 9
12 Oz. 139
TREET .................
1 Lb. Bag A C
CHINA DOLL RICE......... 29
64 Oz. Juicy Red or Juicy Red Lite
HAWAIIAN PUNCH ........ 89c
64 oz. Tropical Fruit A
HAWAIIAN PUNCH ........ 89
Scott 4 roll pkg. $ 99
BATH TISSUE ...........


0 0 a


RIPE & TA$TY
CANTALOUPES ....

BkA NG POTATOES
Fancy Red Seedless &
White Thompson Seedless
GRAPES


head 49

each 880


Red Crs


Totino PlzzaSlices..5is o
AuntiJemima Waffles .. 59
Banquet Entrees ib.
Cool Whip .. ... .
Donald Duck or Florida Gold 64 O.
ORANGE JUc C .
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Buttermilk iscuit^0 ^;'. .
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GOLDEN RIPE
BANANAS


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1986


, Cemetery Clean-Up Scheduled

for Saturday at Pleasant Rest


There will be a cemetery
clean up at Pleasant 'Rest
Cemetery Saturday morning,


Public
IN CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 86-98
NCNB NATIONAL BANK OF
FLORIDA, a Florida Banking Cor-
portion,
Plaintiffss,
vs.
.CLAUDE SAPP and his wife, EUNICE
SAPP, GULF COUNTY FARMS,
INC., LYNN HAVEN COMMERCIAL
BANK, a Banking Corporation and
WEST FLORIDA GAS COMPANY,
Defendant(s).
CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
under a Final Judgment of Foreclo-
'sure entered by the Judge of the Cir-
'cult Court in and for Gulf County,
Florida, on the 25th day of August, 1986
in a certain cause between NCNB NA-
TIONAL BANK OF FLORIDA, a
Florida Banking Corporation, Plaintiff
and CLAUDE SAPP and his wife,
:EUNICE' SAPP, GULF COUNTY
FARMS, INC., LYNN HAVEN COM-
MERCIAL BANK, a Banking Corpora-
tion and WEST FLORIDA GAS COM-
PANY, Defendants, being Case
Number 86-98, I will sell at public auc-
Stion to the highest bidder for cash at
the front door of the Courthouse in the
City of Port St. Joe, Gulf County,
Florida at the hour of 11:00 A.M., on
the 1st day of October, 1986, that cer-
tain parcel of real property described.
_.'as follows:. : ', .
SBegin at the NE 'Corner of S4 of


SSept. 20 at 8:30) CST.
Bring your tools and enjoy
the fellowship.


Notices --
Lot 1 Original or S4 of SE- of
SWM4, Section 31, T4S, R9W and
run West 315 feet for Point of
Beginning, thence run West 100
feet, thence run South 175 feet to
the proposed street, thence run
East 100 feet, thence run North 175
feet to the Point of Beginning. Said
land lying and being in Section 31,
T4S, R9W, Gulf County, Florida.
Farm #42 (5 acres more or less) of,
Gulf County Farms, Inc. Proper-
ties, an unrecorded subdivision of
that portion of Sec. 19, T5S, R9W,
Gulf County, Florida, lying West
of State Road #71, more particu-
larly described as follows: Com-
mence at SW corner of Sec. 19,
T5S, R9W, Gulf County, Florida,
thence N 2t52'30" W along the W
line of said Sec. 19 for 1466.68 feet
to the POB, thence continue N
2152'30" W along the W line of said
Sec. 19 for 265.53 feet; thence N
71'43'40" E for 798.18 feet; thence
S18116'20" E for 256 feet; thence S
7nV43'40" W for 868.68 feet to POB.
JERRY GATES, -
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
2t19/18
PUBLIC NOTICE
An Environmental Assessment has
been completed by FmHA concerning
the construction of RRH 515 Apart-
ment Complex in Port St. Joe, Florida.
The assessment showed no significant
Environmental Impact for the propos-,


Heating & Air, Major Appliance Repair
Plumbing & Electrical Work

229-8416 or 227-1954 106 Belarmy circle
ER0007623, RF0040131. RA0043378 tc 1119


..- .- *


The Church of the Nazarene

Excitement is in the air. We are a small but growing church
with a big welcome. ,


SUNDAY'SCHOOL........................
MORNING WpRSHIP ....................
EVENING WORSHIP .................
WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE .:........
Location: 2420 Long Avenue


OARRELL DIENNIS


- Yut h
DWIGH


10:00 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
7:00 P.M.'
7:00 P.M.


SMinsrer-
IT DENNIS


u -mm pnnum .....n -




.Gal :2223 HIGHLAND VIEW

"~^CHURCH, OF'GOD
319 Sixth St, Highland View,
Z TEMPERANCE 2 "Where Jesus Christ Is King
W U & God's Love /s An
z i2
y I 5 ~Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDIAYSCHOOL..... 0:06 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00A.M.
GOODNESS EVENING WORSHIP ... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M.
V AT PASTOR REV.fRO ERTRATHBUN


Amsterdam police have a
special branch whose only
duty is to cope with mo-
torists who drive into the
canals.


Free Concert at Wewa High


The "Dixie Express", a
subunit of the band of the Air
Force Reserve, will be per-,
forming at the Wewahitchka
High School gym Saturday,
Sept. 20 at 7:00 p.m. CDT.


ed Apartment Complextobe located
at Garrison Avenue. Any pson who
feels the review is in error should sub-
mit a written statement outlining the
specific environmental concerns to
Farmers Home Administration, P.O.
Drawer 429, Blountstown, FL 32424
within 15 days of the date of this
Notice.
2t 9-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-.
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY ,
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK,',
Plaintiff,
vs.
WAYNE T. ALLISON and wife,
LOUISE ALLISON and JAMES 0.
HICKS and wife, BRENDA F. HICKS,
Defendants
CASE NO. 86-143
NOTICE OF SALE .
NOTICE, IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, as Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Gulf County, Florida, in
accordance with the Final Decree in
Foreclosure heretofore entered in the
above-styled cause in the Circuit Court
of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, in
and for Gulf County, Florida, will offer
for sale and sell and public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash at
ethouse in iort St.,
Joe, Flonda, between thelegal hours "
of sale on the 3rd day of October at
11:00 o'clock, A.M., the following-
: described property located in Gulf
County, Florida:
Begin at the Northwest Corner of
the Northeast Quarter of the
Southeast Quarter of Section 4,
Township 4 South, Range -10 West,
'in Gulf County, Florida; thence
run S89'48'E, 574.0 feet along the
Quarter Section line to the Point of
Beginning; thence run S8948'E,
150'feet; thence run S0022'E, 454
feet; thence run N47'01'W, 115 feet
along center of graded road;
thence run N7118'W, 52 feet along
center line of graded road; thence
run N200W, 399 feet to the Point
of Beginning. a/k/a Area "G" of
Stone Creek'Acres, an unrecorded
plat.
DATED THIS 11th day of
September, 1986.
/s/ Tonya Knox
Deputy Clerk
2t 9-18
INVITATION TO BID
. The Capital Area Community Action
Agency, Inc. is currently seeking bids
from private contractors to perform
weatherization type repairs for the


U


U


Dixie Express, a unit of the
Band of the Air Force
Reserve, was formed in 1979)
to feature the familiar Dixie-
land jazz sounds of the
American South,


Weatherization Assistance Pro
Homes to be weatherized are li
in Franklin, Gulf and Gadsden
ties. Interested contractors mn
tain. bid specifications by c
Mevlyn Ryles at [904] 222-2043
after Tuesday, September 16,
Deadline for submiting bids i
pjn. on Thursday, October 2, 1
EQUAL OPPORTU
EMPLOYER


gram.
located
coun-
ay ob-
:alng
on or


Randall Holmes, a 1969
* graduate of Wewahitchka
High School and an outstand-
ing musician, performs with
the band playing the tuba.


Americans eat more than
twice as much food sold in
glass jars as do all the rest
of the people in the world.


,1986. NOTICI
is 5;00 SEJ
86. The Board of
NITY Gulf County w
from any perso
It 918 tion interested
the following d


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR- perty:
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF One [I]
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND Delivery
FOR GULF COUNTY- deliver t
IN RE: The Adoption of set at $25.
ROBERT CLAYTON ANDERSON, Specific,
a minor, flee.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION Bids wi
TO: BOBBY GORDON ANDERSON o'clock A.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action at the Off
for the adoption of a minor child has Court, 100
been filed and you are required to FL 32456.
serve a copy of your defenses if any on The Boa
Thomas S. Gibson, Petitioner's at- ject any a
torney, whose address is P. 0. Box 39, BOARD
Port St. -Joe, Florida 32456, on or SIONERS
before October 10, 1986 and file the GULF COl
original with the clerk of this court By: -s- Bil
either before service on Petitioner's Chairman
attorney or mmn ately thereafter or
against you forthe relief demanded in. -.
the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this court on the 5th day of September,
1986.
/s/ Tonya Knox,
Deputy Clerk 4t9/11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 86-47
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ELLIS BOYD BROGDON,
Deceased..
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the Estate of
ELLIS BOYD BROGDON, deceased,
file number 86-47 is pending in the Cir-
cult Cpurt for Gulf County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which
is 1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal represent-
atives and the personal represent-
ative's attorney are set forth below.
All interested persons are required
to file with this 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 validity of the will, 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 Thursday, September 11, 1986.
Personal Representative:
BENJAMIN COY BROGDON,
Route 14, Box 37
Taahassee, Florida 32304
Attorney for Personal Represen-
tative:
/s/JULIE K. HILTON
Hilton, Hilton, Kolk & Laing
121 W. 23rd Street
Panama City, Florida 32405
Telephone: (904) 785-0535
2tc9/11

NOTICE OF INTENT TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hereby give that the
undersigned person desires to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of
KIDS INSTRUCTIONAL DAY
SERVICE or K.I.D.S.
at 311 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Gulf County, Florida.
The full and true name of every per-
son or entity interested in KIDS IN-
STRUCTIONAL DAY SERVICE or
K.I.D.S., and the extent of the interest
of each such person or entity are as
follows:
GULF COUNTY GUIDANCE CLINIC,
INC., 100 %
NOTICE is further given that the
undersigned intends to register such
fictitious name with the Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court of Gulf County, Florida.
DATED this 26th day of August,
A.D., 1986.
GULF COUNTY GUIDANCE CLINIC,
INC.
By: /s/ EDWIN R. AILES
4tc 8/28


New
y dat
ted d
nit on
00 p
ation

M., E
;ice o
OFifi
&rdre
ndal
OF
UNTl
ly Br


FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after
the, first publication of this notice, the
fictitious name or trade name under
which they will be engaged in business
and in which said business is to be car-
ried on, to-wit:
SAND DOLLAR REALTY
P. 0. Box 156
Cape San Bias
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Margie Kelley, Broker, Owner
4t9/11


Z TO RECEIVE
LLED BIDS
County Commission of
ill receive sealed bids
n, company or corpora-,
in selling the County
described personal pro-
Diesel Truck
e must be specified.
amages for failure to
specified date will be
rday.
on file at Clerk's Of-
received until 9:00
1.S.T., October 14, 1986,
of the Clerk of Circuit
th Street, Port St. Joe,
serves the right to re-
i bids.
COUNTY COMMIS-
Y, FLORIDA
ranch
2t 9-18


S -- ELECT -



1 BENNY .





LISTER


CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT

The Qualified Candidate -



Background, Education &

Experience

* Lifelong Resident of Gulf County
* Married to Patsy Sellers Lister.
* Three Children '
* Member of First United Methodist Church of Wewahit-
chka.
* Graduate of Florida State University
* Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administra-
tion with a Major In Accounting.
* 19 Years Experience as an Auditor for the Auditor
General, State of Florida.
* Audited Accounts & Records of Clerks of Circuit
Courts and Boards of County Commissioners While
Employed By the Auditor General.
* Financial Officer In Gulf County Clerk's Office for Past
1 1/2 Years.

I want to serve you as Clerk of Circuit Court and I

need YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT.ON
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th.

Pd. Pol. Adv


You couldn't pick abetter


time to borrow.

I Do yOU have a r l hat \vWl iIt lake you verivI fa'Ur?
A house that's creaky'? Or a h IoIt I t1at's le'ak.?
Then it's the perfect lime1 l'i ltal 'n11 Flohrida
Nat.ional Bank.
Rates l Vo I'V'i I )''c11 I)('l tlel A i 1d ( ill cill
tailor a rep)aymnt plam Iostill y(Ill )Idgil. So,)'
that. 1new carl, ll I ('' I. Tl ( Ill I nt )ill )ii' V'
been wanting. Or ltake' c;rcl( ol' l ost Iii c1 iimp rov
m entls youV(' lt'til ) i illi II,'l''r so i g. l et. B( iIse
you couldnl I 'tpick aIteit iti I ()l1t Il(i V 1 W

Andyou coildni |pick ;i hl lltrlb>ik Ihiun
Florida Natitinal. ( )tr Iri ,i 1idk.. \ 1r Css io )il slaI T is
ready to helpl- witII last iiuls\\trs all tvilr loan
questions. Come see us lil (1


Expect mtoreV frolm t UK


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r/


504 Monument Avenue Port St. .oe. Fl. 12456 229-8282


MARK D. COLLIER

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Service Appliance Repair


229-6934 or 229-8465 after 5:00 p.m.
RA 0046498


U I I I


"Working for People"

I, Nathan Peters, Jr. would like to take this opportunity to pledge
my continuous support for our community. I will support, protect and
defend the Constitution of the United States and of the State of
Florida, and i will faithfully perform the duties of County Commis-
sioner, District Four of Gulf County, Florida.
My priorities in representing District Four will include person-
alized service to my constituents, effective leadership, and hard work
to make this county, Gulf County the best county in the State of
Florida. Gulf County is home for me, and I love ny community. When:
this election is over, let us come together and close the ranks and
fight the real enemies, the enemy of unemployment, the enemy of
crime and drugs, and the enemy of poor housing. We are one people
with a common cause and that cause is to better our living condition
and to enrich the spirit of our community. I have five good reasons
why you should elect me as your Cou.nty Commissioner for District
Four:
* First, I have the experience,'
* Second, I have the ability,
* Third, I have the dedication
* Fourth, I am dependable, and
* Fifth, My roots are in Gulf County.

ELECT



Nathan Peters, Jr.

County Commissioner, District Four

"God is our Father, Christ is our Redeemer, and Man is our brother."
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED GOD BLESS AMERICA
September 30, 1986


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PAGE TWELVE


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1986


Minutes...


Gulf Couni -

Commission


The Board of County Corn- (in conjunction with ongoing proved.
mission, of Gulf County, Weatherization.Program) Upon the Sheriff's request,
Florida, met August 12, 1986 doesn't conflict with any Cdnm. Traylor moved the
in, regular session with the local ordinance pr.'regula- Board approve, the contin-
following members present: tions or any ongoing program agency funds for the Sheriff in
Chairman Billy Branch, under the auspices of the Fine and Forfeiture budget
Commissioners Everett Ow- commission, therefore, the be transferred to the Sheriff's
ens, Jr., A.B. Traylor, El- Commission endorses the Law Enforcement Account.
dridge Money, and Dougl4s program. Comm. Birmingham re-
. C.. Birmingham. Others prg- The Chairman requested quested the Road' Commis-
sent were:' Associate Attbr- Clerk's -Office Manager to sioner (Traylorl instruct the
ney Tom Gibson, Clerk's send Vernell Armstrong a Ro d Department to rep.aint
Office Manager Deputy copy of 'the following memo thX rails of the Whitfield
Clerk Maurell Cumbie, Mos- and record it'jn 'the minutes'. Bridge oh the Pleasant Rest
quito Control'Director Sam Cemetery Road to cover
Graves, Jr., Clerk's Finance To: Board of County Corn- words being spray painted 'on
Officer Benny Lister, Admi- missioners, Gulf' County bridge. Comm>Birmingham
nistrative Assistant Civil. From: William J..Rish alsotrequested continued as-
Defense Director Larry You directed :,that our distance of the Sheriff in
DfenseDiretto r Ilarry, office research the public
Wells, Attorney William J. office research the publi stopping people from spray
Rish, Port St. Joe Ambulance records- in the office of painting words on the bridge
Director Andy Millergren, Clerk of Circuit Cout of and blocking the bridge right
and Sheriff Al Harrison. Gulf County'to determine of way.
The meeting came to order Whether' or not there is a Comm. Birmingham re-
at 9:00 a.m. public road or an easement quested the Administrative
Comm. Money opened the at or near the Ottis Smith Assistant conduct prelimin-
meeting with prayer and led propertyin the Honeyville ary discussion with Bay
the pledge of allegiance to area that would run to or County concerning Gulf
the flag. near the Vernel rm- County using their garbage
Upon motion by Comm. strong property incinerator in the future and
Traylor, second by Comm.: Mr. George Y. Core has estimated costs.
Birmingham, and unanimous made this 'search and The Chairman reported the
vote, the Board approved the reports that there is no Mosquito Control. Director
minutes of July 22, 1986. public road or easement in requested the Board have
Pursuant to advertisement -this area. Mr. Core has someone stay at the White
to receive bids to purchase personal knowledge that City park to prevent vandal-
one desk top model copy there was, many years ism. The Board discussed the
machine (transportable) for ago, a two-trail road that person the Board previously
the Mosquito Control Depart- ran across some of the nidered as caretaker had
ment,'the following bids were Smiths property- running moved to Georgia. The Board
received: Copy Product, anEaste reaction fro discussed the possibility of a
Inc., $1,095.00; Boyd Bro- SR71 in the direction of the county sheriff's department
thers, No Bid; Pace-Williams Armstrong property. deputy locating a trailer on
Co6, No Bid; Southern Copy There is no record of this the property. The Board also
Products, $1,295.00; and IBM two-trail road. This road is discussed constructing a
Corp.,'No Bid. not visible today .. i shed' fora caretaker during'
Upon, motion by Comm. e did find two ditch, the next budget year
Money. second by Comi: ,easements running across Bud Clark,Clark-Roume-
Traylor and unanimous vote, te Smith property to the lis and Associates,,' nc.,%
the Board approved pur- Armstrong property. The Tallahassee. Florida review-
chase from the lowest bidder, Smith gave one easement ed his company's offer to the
provided the bid met specifi- and Armstrong gave the county to consider consulting
cations. Upon inquiry by o te. services for application ofI
Chairman Branch, Graves -July25, 1986Q sice fomrniuity Development
agreed the copier would be ePd)' : ., Block' Grant funds for Com-,
paid in full prior to the end of The attorney reported he is prehensive Planning, Hous-
the fiscal budget year (in- proceedingwith review ofthe ing, Neighborhood Revitali-
stead of three monthly pay- county's coastal construction zatin; etc., noting his com-
ments) setback line. ordinance con- pany has recently obtained a
After review of the Admi-, cerning the Building Inspec- grant for the City of Wewa-
nistrative Assistant's report tor's request that the county hitchka to use as construe-
on Port St. Joe Ambulance not have this local ordinance tion funding for a sewer
employee Tim Whitfield, due to recent changes in state system.
Comm. Traylor inquired law ..Upon the Chairman's re-
what amount of time Whit- The Attorney reported on commendation, Comm. Bir-
field Was off from work. Port the'meeting with the Depart- minghamn moved the Board I
St. Joe Ambulance Director ment of Corrections concern- approve making application
replied Whitfield worked for ing the court case 'Depart- to the Florida Department of
I' to 8 months for Correction ment of Corrections vs. Gulf Commerce for Economic De-
Corporation of America, but County Board of 'County velopment Transportation
remainhedworking part-time Commission and Sheriff as Funds: Comm. Traylor se-
for Port St Joe Ambulance follows. condqd the motion. The
Service during that time. Jail reclassified. This will Chairman stated in agree-
Upon motion by- Comm. alleviate a lot of problems ment letter the county must
Traylor,. second by Comm. (ie. the sprinkler system not agree 'to use any local
Money, and unanimous vote, required); however, 'there transportation ,monies avail-
the' Board approved Whit- will be some required work able if needed to complete
field- ceiving,a 50.Vents perp donee at the, jail atiaqt1 project .0"Uo04'.vote, the
hour-ay increase fromn 1fth "approximate cost of$2.000 to Motion passed unanimously.
date forward Chairman $4.000 (re-keying of doors,' -TheChairman stated the "
Branch stated the minutes etc. I. Upon motion by Comm. Finance Officer 'reported
should reflect this is a matter Birmingham, second by there was a conflict in
of interpretation of policy for Comm. -Money, and unanti- newspaper advertisement
all employees, riot just one mous vote, the Board ap- budget hearings and time
employee. proved advertisement to re- limitation for holding hear-
Clerk's Office Manager ceive bids/for renovations to ings. following advertise-
Sread a letter from Mosquito the Gulf Couiity Jail, with the ment- therefore the Scptem-
,Control Director Graves re- Sheriff to prepare bid speci- ber 12th scheduled hearing
questing the Board.enact an fications. The'Board' agreed date needs t9 be changed:
ordinance requiring. bee- to receive bids at' 'the next The Chairman then changed
keepers remove their bees regular meeting. the dates of the public budget
off the beaches (or from Upon motion by Comm. hearings as follows: Septem-
countyline to Cape San Blas, Money. second by Comm. ber 4. 1986 at 7:00 p.m.
including St. Joe Point) at Traylor, and unanimous (remain same) and Septem-
least one-half mile from the vote, the Board approved the ber 15, 1986 at 7:00 p.m.
coastline by August 1. This Buildiqg Inspector's travel (previously September 12 at
has been a; problem, as request, as follows Septem- 5:01).
complaints have been re- ber 9-12. Panama City. Elec- The Chairman made the
ceived of not spraying for dog trical'Inspection School'apd following, appointments to
flies and we cannot request October 19-23. Orlando. Na' the Property Appraisal Ad-'
the State to spray 'by plane tional Building Code Confer- justment Board. Commis-
until beekeepers completely ence. sioner AB Traylor. El-
clear the beach Upon Attor- Upon Commodity Food dridge Money and Chairman
ney Rish's inquiry. Graves Program Director Wells re- Billy Branch
replied everyone had moved commendation. Comm. Bir- The Chairman reportedthe
bees for this year. The mingham moved the Board St Joseph Historical Society
Attorney requested a-list of approve the following con- had requested the Commis-
beekeepers and locations of tract. Comm. Traylor se- sion appoint one representa-
bee stands so this will not be coded the motion and 'it liv to the committee that is
a problem next year. passed unanimously. 1986-87 planning thbe Sesquicenten-
Upon .motion by Comm, Contract between State of nial (.150tlhV Celebration-of
Money, second by Comm. Florida HRS and Gulf County the signing of Florida's First c
Traylor, and unanimous Board of County Commission Constitution. The Chairman
vote, the Board approved Food Distribution Emergen- stated 'he was appointing
Mosquito Director Graves' cy Feeding Organization. Larry Wells as' these meet-
request- that employee Ger- Available funds to Gulf Coun- ings would conflict 'with
ald Shearer's pay scale be ty not to exceed $2,650.00: Commissioner's work sche-
raised to $6.00 per hour, as he Civil Defense Director dules. '
is the department's third Wells reported on receipt of .After discussion by Comm.
mechanic and also operates federal disaster assistance Money, the Board approved
the caterpillar tractors and finding for Hurricane Kate responding to the Northwest
dragline when needed. damage (expenses). Florida Big Bend Health
Port St. Joe Ambulance County 'received two Council's letter that Gulf
Director Millergren reported checks totaling $61,000 and County Board of County
the ambulance department there are still funds applied Commission is reappointing
passed this year's state in- for that are pending appeal. Clarence Monette; of Port St. t
section. Auditors advise funds treim- Joe. as Gulf County's repre-
Comm. Money moved the bursed at 75 percent of total tentative to the Council. The
Board approve payment of expended) need to be current Chairman requested Clerk's
the .following invoices as year refunds intodepartment Office Maniager Cumble to'
recommended by the Admin- accounts where original ex- write this letter. '
istrative Assistant.' Comm. penditures occurred. He and The Board received a letter
Traylor seconded the motion Clerk's Finance Officer are' from Jim Applemap, State
and it passed unanimously,. making these computations. Attorney. Fourftenth Judi-
Baskerville-Donovan En- The Chairman discussed cial Circuit, stating counties
gineers, Inc., Pensacola, the possibility of advertising have been required to bear
Fla.; Comprehensive Plan, to purchase. Road And Bridge the costs.of Medical Examin-
$5,940.00: and Class III Land- and M1osquito Conriol Qe- er services and to pay certain
fill Permit Application, apartment equipment using expenses of the States Attor-
$1,900.00. these funds (expense to,be ney and Public Defenders. f
The Board requested the paid in current fiscal year'i This legislation requires per- (
Administrative Assistant re- and' possibility of not receive' sons found guilty of commit-
search county residency of ing invoices until October of ting a misdemeanor, felony.
patient named in the follow- next fiscal year. The Attor- criminal traffic offense to
ing indigent medical billing ney advised the law allowed pay, additional court costs
and if not, write letter for the county a thirtyday period which go into a Trust Fund,
Board contesting payment on following the end of the fiscal which the county may draw


these grounds and note that budget year on September 30. from following payment of F
patient ;wasn't brought, to (October) for paypnent of any these expenses. For budget
regional' medical facility outstanding invoices incur- purposes the expenses anti-
within this area. Tallahassee red prior to September 30. cipated for payment during
Memorial Regional Medical Mr. WVells reported the the coming fiscal year are as r
Center, Inc.. Carl M Schwen- following on the Comprehen- follows. Prosecution Cost. "I
dinger, $3,579.18. ive Plan (rule changes). $1.(0il: Transportation Cost. a
UTpon motion by Comm. Deadline .- January 1. .1990. $2.(00I: Communication.
Money, second by Comm. Contract 'must '.be finished $2.50(t: Library Services, t
.Birmingham, antd unimmous September :30. 1987"- bonus .150W: and Tlekphoni Servi- f
vote the Board approved, monies for early spbmititals (es. $4..00. 'l'Total S0.500.
writing the Capital Area Requested permission.to al- T' ('Chairman requested t
Community action Agency.' tend meeting in Panama Clerk's Office Manager ('umn-
Inc. their proposed Housing City concerning these rule bie to write Area Engineer i
Preservation Grant program changes. The. Board ap- ,*, ... '.. '; Corns of .


Health Care Rated Good


Older Patients Rate Their

Medical Care with High Marks


More than 80 percent of
Floridians' 60 and older rate
the quality of the health care
they receive as excellent or'
good and most give their
doctors the highest marks
among a list of' health care
providers, according to a
recent Gallup poll.
'In addition, nearly 45 per-
centof the 60 and plder group
polled said they favor a
brand. name over a generic
prescription drug because of
better quality and manufac-
turers' reputation. In con-
trast, 39 percent said they
preferred generic, drug pro-
ducts because they were less
expensive and just as effect-
ive.
The poll-believed to be the
first in-depth look by any
research organization into
Floridians' health care atti-
tudes-was sponsored by the
non-profit Florida Health
Care Information 'Council.
According to FHCIC mem-
bers. the poll provides im-
portant insight into health
care attitudes and the use-
and Misuse-of medicines,
especially among the elderly.
"This poll reflects a num-
ber of attitudes which are
becoming more and more
common," said David Nick-
les, FHCIC president. "But it
offers a special data base
about how older people in
Florida feel about their
health care 'and their use of
medicines." .
I Floridians-like the rest of
theta population-are living
longer, according to re-
searchers. As a result; pro-
fessional pollsters and scien-
tific researchers are taking a
closer. look at the aging
process and at some of the
key factors-diet, exercise
and the use of medication-
which prolong it. *.
"Aging will be one of the
biggest health care problems


Engineers stating the Board ,e
appreciates the Corps work ,
in the Overstreet area inr
alleviatinig 'ponding "ehind"
the dykes on thd'Intracoastal a ;
Canal to help the mosquito'
problems in the area.
The Chairman requested a
letter to Ike Duren regarding
Gulf Aire Subdivision Phase
II be.entered into the min-
utes.
The Board received a letter
from Ike Duren, President,
Gulf Aire 'Properties, Inc.
concerning rate increases,
effective October 1, 1986, for
customers for operations and
maintenance of the Gulf Aire
sewage treatment plant. No-
Ian Treglown was present,
stating he would be repre-.
senting Gulf Aire Property
owners at the next regular
Board meeting (scheduled
time on agenda) to request
Mr. Duren formally make
request and justify an in-
crease or any changes he is
going to make in rates. Gulf
County is a home group
county, as are many other
Florida counties, and the
Public Service Commission
doesn't regulate privately
owned sewer systems, unless
the .county requests. After
discussion, the Board agreed
to wait until the next regular
meeting to hear the group's
objections and requested Mr.
Treglown bring other conm-
munities rates for compari-
son.
'Comm. Money and Port St.
Joe Ambulance Director Mil-
ergren discussed correspon-
dence concerning emergency
medical services grant
'unds.
Comm. Money requested
he Administrative Assistant
research Gulf County's share
of funding available for arti-
ficial fishing reefs.
Attorney Rish reported the
Gulf County redistricting
court case has been conclud-
ed and presented a statement
($10,000 -' $130 hr.) from'
plaintiff's attorney Thomas
A. Warren. The Board dis-
agreed with the fee schedule
and time spent on case.
thinking it excessive for a
friendly suit. Following dis-
cussion by the Chairman.
Comm. Birmingham "and
Comm. Money. Comm. Bir-
mingham moved the Board
able this until the next.
meeting and-request Attor-
ncy Rish negotiate with
Plaintiff's attorney and the
Board request Chairmafn
Branch write the Plaintiff
Nathan Peters requesting he
review the invoice. Cofin)m.
1'raylor seconded the motiolon.
and it passed unanimnously.
The Chairnian discuss ed
he Board possibly applying
for a recreation grant. i'dr
development of a marina at
he White City Park.
There being no fliurther'
business, the meet ing ad.
turned


in the U.S. in the next few
decades." said Dr. William
Edmondson. past FHCIC
president.
Although people 65 and
older comprise 11 percent of
the population, they account
for 29 percent of all health
care. costs.'
"With new knowledge
gained through research, the
costs of health care will.
continue: to rise' and 'the
number of older people in
institutions will increase,"
said Edmondson.
It's no secret that the U.S.
population is living longer.
Each day, some 5,000 Amer-
icans celebrate their 65th
birthday, according to the
National Center for Health
Statistics. The nation has
more than 29 million senior
citizens and by the year 2020,
one in five Americans will be
65 or older.
Stanley Gold, a Miami
Beach resident, will turn 75

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The Gulf County Schools
have released the lunchroorpi
menus for the week of Sept:
.22-26.
Mon. Sept. 22
Corn dog, applesauce,
French fries, milk and cook-
ie.
Tues. Sept. 2:1
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
cole slaw, green beans, but-
tered rolls arid milk.
Wed. Sept. 24
Braised beef on rice, broc-
coli with cheese, fruit pie,
biscuit and milk.
Thur. Sept. 25
Cnnountrv friend teak mash-


d potatoes, English peas,
oils with honey' and milk
M FriaSeptaG '*, ...
Meat andi cheese sandwich,


Catch ithe SH rit(
4 THE UNITED METHOCWST CHURCH


next year. He said staying
healthy." -means "thinking
healthy."
"Being healthy is a total
commitment to eating well.
getting plenty of sleep and
exercise and knowing how
and why to take the medica-
tions prescribed for me." he
said.'
Gold learned the hard way.
Two .years ago. he stopped
taking medication for high
blood pressure and his pres-
sure swelled to life-threaten-
ing proportions. "I realized
just how important it was to
follow all the rules of good
health, including those that
apply to taking medicine."
Today, the U.S. life expec-
tancy has risen to a new high
of 74.2 years.
"The good news," said
Edmondson, "is that people
alive today can expect to
enjoy a 'healthier later life
because of the new emphasis
being given to the 'study of
aging."


Gulf County
School Lunch


lettuce, tomato, pickle,.
French fries, bread, milk and
brownie. -.
Menus are subject to
change due to availability of
food.

Guidance Clinic
Board Meeting
The Board of Directors of
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. will hold a special
meeting' of the board on
Tuesday, September 23 at
7:00p.m. The meeting will be
held at the. Gulf Count3
Guidance Clinic in Port St
Joe.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1986 PAGE THIRTEEN


DuckHu

Portion


Some grave sites at Holly Hill cemeteryy look as unkempt condition of some graves is being sought in
bad as the one pictured here. and some look even order to give the cemetery a neat, well-kept
worse. There are few, which belong to non-resident appearance.
families, which look much better. Some solution to the


Unsightly ...


Keeping Holly Hill Cemetery Neat and

Orderly Depends On Many Lot Owners
Port St. Joe's Holly Hill families who no longer live in Port lots and put the increase in cost in a
Cemetery is an.unsightly place to St. Joe-some don't even live in fund to draw interest, using the
visit. Almost everyone agrees on Florida any longer-and you come interest to keep the ragged lots
that and wants to see the situation up with the cause, the reason and looking presentable".
jchangde J. pobisible for the The remainder of ,theqtBoard
lem be ddesdid g as it does today s iseeed to agree with Pate's
how to change it. At a recent Commission meet- solution and agreed to proceed
Aot" fu ya.. ing Commissioner Emily Roche, with preparation of a new ordin-
About four years ago, the City Commissioner over parks and arice allowing the City to clean the
Commissionaddressed the prob- cemeteries, addressed the situa- occupied lots, using the revenue
lem and alleviated the problem tion and asked if there. wasn't from the increase in lot sales to do
somewhat when they hired a local something the'City could legally do it.
non-profit organization to keep the about it. The revenue will not be enough
grounds at the cemetery and give Attorney William J. Rish cited to keep all lots clean, but at least, it
the grass a cutting once or twice a the situation with privately owned will be a start toward keeping the
month. The arrangement has property, and observed, "the only entire area looking neat, with
worked out very well -since that thing we could do is declare it a resident property owners keeping
time, except for two things. During nuisance, clean it up and bill the their own lots clean. With the
the past couple of weeks the grass families for the work. But, some of non-resident owner lots cleaned
has grown to the point of bping tall them live off in California and what periodically, it will give a more
because the organization has been are you going to do if they don't pay pleasing appearance to the other
on vacation. That's all right; when the bill? .What are you going to lots in the Cemetery.
they get back they'll put it in good, attach? What are you going to Parts of the.cemetery are still
shape again. foreclose on? The only thing you scraggly looking, and more 4han
The second problem is that can do is change your ordinance, likely they will be for the remain-
those who purchase cemetery lots inserting a method of remedying der of the year at least. After the
literally own the property involved this situation". City. Commission finishes going
in the grave plot and .the City Mayor Frank Pate then ob- through their procedures on what
cannot invade this territory, under served, "'I agree with Commis- is necessary toward allowing them
present law, to clean it up or mow sioner Roche, the cemetery looks entrance to the currently forbidden
the' grass, or pull weeds. This terrible, mostly because of the lots, maybe by the first of the year,,
situation, plus the fact that most of number of untended graves. Per- it will begin to shape up into a more
these .unsightly lots belong to haps we could double the cost of the scenic place to visit.


Trying to Timit Spanish Mackerel Catch
Last week, the Marine proposed conservation rules mackerel populations which for the Commission, our
Fisheries Commission an- for Spanish mackerel has have been depleted by exces- conservative management
nounced that a legal chal- been defeated. The rules are sive gillnetting. They include philosophy, and.most import-
lenge to the Commission's intended to restore Spanish tightlimits on the time, area, ant, the fisheries of Florida..
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can be taken by commercial
fishermen, as well as'a four
fish bag limit on recreational
fishermen. The legal chal-
lenge was filed by the
commercial industry, chal-
lenging that the rules were
unnecessary and discrimina-
tory to their industry.
Connor Davis, Executive
Director of the Commission
said, "This is a major victory


Every point made by thme
commercial industry was
rejected by the Hearing
Officer. Our success opens
the way to restoration of
Spanish mackerel popula-
tions which were rapidly
following king mackerel into
resource collapse. We expect
to before the Governor and
Cabinet for final approval on
October 7. and to have the
rule effective by October 30."


M1K Ranches will make a
portion of its lands in Gulf
County available only to duck
hunters, according to a re-
lease from the farming oper-
ation in the central po lion of
the county.
MK. which owns extensive
holdings in the Howard Creek
area. has approved water-
fowl hunting only on a portion
of its land.
The duck hunt area, locat-
ed in a portion of the farms
near the Howard Creek set-
tlement. will be open each
day until 12 noon. beginning
with the established season
which starts Saturday. Sep-
tember 20 for a four day
period. The waterfowl hunt
area will be open only on
Saturday. Tuesday and
Thursday of the regular
federally established season
of November 26 through :o
and December 15 through
January 18. All day hunting
will be permitted on the last
day only of the early and late
seasons.
Permits must be obtained
from the landowner to enter
the hunt area. as well as a
hunter possessing all neces-
sary stat, and federal hunt
permits.
Hunters must check in at a
station provided flo; them at
the entrance of the hunt area.
Only a lilo hunters will be
allowed in the area at one
time, with the I1)M being
selected on a first-come,
first-served basis. '
Hunters may enter the
area only on regular hunt
days beginning one and bne-
half hours before sunrise and

Jason Lee Is
In Play-offs
Jason Lee, former resident
and little league player of
Port St. Joe recently played
in the state play-offs for
Dixie Youth held in Myrtle
Grove, August 4 9.
Jason played .for the Okee-
chobee all stars and they
went 4-2 in the series, captur-
ing second place, losing out
to Brent of Pensacola who
won the tournament going
5-1.
Jasqn playe,06 1985 seA-'
son in Port .. .S'Joe for
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Shoulder Roast.(FAMILY PAK) . . . Lb. $3I StewBeef .. .. . . . . b. $17
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