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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 25, 1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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

FOR1f-NINTH YEAR, NUMBER 4


THE TAR

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


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1986


25- Per Copy


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Wants Farris Fired


Roche, Peters, Claim They Were "Misled" on


Budget Matters In Letter Filed with Commission


ers for their study.
The recommendation for
terminating Farris was
made as the meeting was
being adjourned, and after


Expressing their displea-
sure with a salary structure
in the recently-approved
1986-87 budget plan, City
Commissioners Nathan Pet-
ers, Jr., and Emily Roche
recommended, in a letter to
Other rest of the Commission,
Tuesday night, that City
Auditor and Clerk Alden
'Farris be fired or that he be
- allowed to resign.
In their letter to the
Commission, the two Com-
missioners charged Farris
with deliberately withholding
information concerning .the
budget, as their reason for
wanting Farris terminated.
Both Farris and Mayor
Frank pate had -pointed out
in a discussion earlier in the
meeting that the information
was included in the financial
plan package which was
presented to all Commission-


Street with a steel and concrete
structure.
-Giddid Construction Company of
Panama City was low bidder on the
project Tuesday night, for a total of
$33,670. Gaddie was the low bidder of


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had been kept from them that
employees in the City had
been given wage hikes of
$600, 'while those who worked
for the Wastewater Treat-


It is also the recommendation of Peters
and Roche that since'Clerk Farris deliber-
ately withheld information from them and
then was untruthful when questioned by
Comm. Roche that Clerk Farris be asked
to resign or be terminated. -Letter


Roche read it to the Commis-
sion, Mayor Pate asked for
comments and after receiv-
ing none, adjourned the
meeting.
The matter of salaries was
brought up earlier in the
meeting, when both '.Roche
and Peters said information


ment Plant had received
increases of three and. a half
percent. The two said they
felt they had been led to
believe everyone was receiv-
ing a $600 increase and were
mis-led into voting for the
budget. : .
MayorPate pointed out the


salary increase for the knowledge about what was
d Wastewater Treatment plant going on.
had been recommended by In her letter, Roche said
the Tripartite committee, she specifically asked if the
who suggests policy for the across the board increase
plant. The committee is was reflected in the final
made up of representatives budget document.
from St. Joe Paper Company None of the other three
and Sylvachem (which pay Commissioners said they
96 percent'of the expenses of -were misled on the budget
the plant operation) and which was adopted unani-
from the City of Port St. Joe mously.
(which operates the plant). Roche and Peters then
Pate pointed out the City has asked for a special meeting
always followed the advice of with the Tripartite commit-
the .tripartite committee in tee, to discuss the matter.
operations at the Wastewater Margaret Adams, a secre-
I Plant. This has been the case tary at the Wastewater
1 for years since the members Plant, asked if the city hall
of the committee pay the bill employees would get the
o for the'plant. same raise as the WWP
Roche and Peters said they office employees, When she
S.were not informed of the received a "no" answer,
!difference in wages increa-' Adams claimed discrimina-
sesand charged.the Clerk as tion in the matter.
being at fault in their lack of OTHER BUSINESS
-In other business mat-
ters, the Commission:
-Heard a request from
"a n i- g Sherrie Bowen that she be
~L an lie f allowed to take over the
L petting zoo for the school and
.. relocate it behind the nurs-
met in attempting to secure relocate it behind the nurs-
ts, but the last one was finally. ing home. The Commission
ved by the U.S, Co!ps of said they would think about
eers three weeks ago. the request.
-Heard a report from
he facility will be built of steely engineers, Smith and Gilles-
piling with a concrete deck dti, pie that fire hydrants could
sides of the boat launching slip, be installed on the mains in
he structure should be complete. the Hodrick and North Park
e the end of the year Avenue areas and instructed-
superintexndent Adkison to
f' install two hydrants.
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Ward Ridge poll-workers, Dale Ad- help resident, George McLawhon vote in
ams, Trixye Rich and Desda Fields, the annexation election.


You Betcha!


Residents of Ward Ridge enthusias-
tically answered the question, "Do you
want to become a part of the City of Port
St. Joe", with a resounding expression in
favor in a special annexation election
held in the small city which nestles up
against the southern flank of Port St. Joe.
Mayor Allen McCulley told The Star
Tuesday night that of 79 registered voters
in Ward Ridge, 70 expressed themselves
in the special one question election
Tuesday.
Of the 70 who voted, 52 said they
wished to abandon the charter of the
small city and become a part of Port St.
Joe. Eighteen voters wanted to maintain
the status quo.
The remainder of the Ward Ridge
City Commission approached the City of
Port St. Joe about the annexation plans


three months ago and took this first step
towards the annexation Tuesday. Those
on the Commission are Mayor Allen
McCulley and Commissioner Lewis
Taylor. A third commissioner, Johnny
Lee, moved to central Florida six months
ago and was not replaced on the Board
Now, the question must be posed to
the people of Port St. Joe, "Do you want
Ward Ridge to become a part of your
city?" If Port St. Joe voters accept the
area, the move would extend the city
limits of Port St. Joe to Highway 98 on the
south. Presently, it stops just south of the
Pentecostal Holiness Church on Garrison
Avenue.
Both McCulley and Taylor were
pleased at the outcome of Tuesday's
election. Both were enthusiastically in
favor of the annexation proposition.


County Approves Bonding Plan for Seafood Plant


George Tapper's dream of
a seafood processing opera-
tion here in Port St. Joe to be
larger than anything on the.
Gulf Coast could very well -


become a reality in just a
short time, if things continue
to work in the. direction in
which they have started.
Gene Raffield, president of


Raffield Fisheries, Inc., of
Port St. Joe and Stephen L.
Guice, of Gulfport, Miss.,
president of a newly formed
corporation doing business in


Florida as Raffield Southern
Fisheries, Inc., met Tuesday
night with the Gulf County
Commission in their regular
meeting to gain their bles-


sings on a proposal.
Geice informed the Com-
mission of the anticipated
sale of all the shore-based
facilities of Raffield Fisher-


Vote!


Raffield Fisieries processing plant will become the site of a plant to Raffield family. The expansion of the seafood processing operation depends
process seafood into table ready foodstuffs by a new firm joining with the on an issue of $S9. million in Industrial Revenue bonds for financing.




Federal Grand Jury Charges Raffield


A federal grand jury handed down five
counts on felony charges against Gene Raffield
and Raffield Fisheries Friday of last week, in a
another move against the Port St. Joe based
seafood complex and its troubles with Florida's
Department of Natural Resources.
The five counts are akin to the Florida
charges made against the firm in July by the
Florida Marine Patrol for transporting a food
fish which had been caught with a purse seine
across Florida's line. The July charges were
made for violation of a law which had been on the
state's books for 30 years, but had been ignored
by fishermen and the Marine Patrol from its
inception 30 years ago, until the charge was
made against Raffield and his firm.
The federal charges were filed for alleged
violations of the "Lacey Act", which makes it
. a violation of federal law to violate a state law.
The five counts against Raffield resulted from
five different occasions in which the Grand Jury
charges Raffield violated the Florida law this
year.
Raffield doesn't deny violation of the Florida
' law on either of the occasions on which the
charges are based. "We had been in violation for


25 years in which we have been fishing 'in
Louisiana and transporting fish to our Port St.
Joe plant. Every fisherman in Florida has done
the same thing and nothing has ever been said
about it until this past July", Raffield said.
Raffield said he was informed that the
Grand Jury investigation and charges stemmed
from a direct request for the investigation from
Florida's Department of Natural Resources
director, Elton Gissendaner. Raffield has
countered that Gissendaner has set out on a
vendetta against he and his firm and embarked
on a plan of harassment because of differences
between he and Gissendaner while he (Raffield)
was on the Florida Marine Fisheries Commis-
sion.
WILL RESIST CHARGES
Raffield told The Star this week he would
continue to resist the charges. "We believe the
law as stated is unconstitutional and we'll
continue to try and prove our point". The law
stipulates that no Florida fisherman shall catch
food fish with a purse seine (anywhere in the
world) and bring the catch to Florida to sell it.
Raffield pointed out he could have sold his
disputed catch of redfish in Louisiana and been


entirely within Florida's law. The firm he sold
the fish to in Louisiana could, conceivably sold
the same fish, then, to Florida markets with.
immunity,
Raffield says he was fishing on a federal
government quota for the redfish, with a valid
government permit, and with a government
observer on board at the time.
"We were doing everything just like the
National Marine Fisheries people require. They
are the people who regulate our industry, but it
was the Fish and Wildlife Service of the
Department of Interior, which brought the
charges to the Louis ana Grand Jury", Raffield
pointed out. "The whole thing is highly unusual",
he said. "The Fish and Wildlife people asked the
Grand Jury to file the charges and we have no
dealings with t em at all".
Raffield acknowledges the Grand Jury
charges are a serious matter to have hanging, -
"but if our Flor da charges are resolved as we
hope they will be, the Louisiana charges will be
moot questions, since they hinge on us violating
Florida law".
Under the Grand Jury charges, the firm
could be levied with fines as high as $100,000 and
as much as 25 )ears in prison.


ies to the new corporation.
All of the Raffield fishing
fleet will continue to be
owned and operated by the
Raffield family, with the
name of the fishing company
changed to Raffield Gulf
Fleet, Inc. The entire catch
of the Raffield fleet will be
sold to the new company and
will continue to be processed
in Port St. Joe. The major
change in the present opera-
tion is that the catch will be
prepared "table ready", ra-
ther than frozen and shipped
out in wholesale lots as the
Raffields have done in the
past. Guice said this change
should result in increased
employment in Gulf County.
Gene Raffield has been
elected to be chairman of the
new company's board of
directors. He will continue to
support and promote the
fishing industry throughout
Florida and other parts of the


world.
* Guice said his company
will further expand the Port
St. Joe plant which is pre-
sently the second largest
employer in Gulf County. He
said the firm plans to move
present ship-building opera-
tions from Panama City to
Port St. Joe and get into
other phases of the business
as well.
Guice asked the Commis-
sion to approve a sale of
Industrial Revenue Bonds in
the amount of up to $9.6
million for purchase of the
present facilities and, en-
largement plans in other
areas. The bond issue would
not involve taxes or encum-
ber the county in any way.
The last time Gulf County
approved of a bond issue of
this type, was the building of
Material Transfer, Inc. Bur-
den for repayment lies on the
borrower and its physical


Second Primary Electi

Will Decide On Party.


Gulf County's 7,100 Democrats will
have the opportunity to select candidates
from four different races and the
100-plus Republicans have only two
questions on next Tuesday's ballot.
Here in Gulf County, two local
questions will be on the voting machines,
along with two state-wide questions to be
decided.
On a local level, Wyvonne Griffin
Hattaway and Benny C. Lister will run it
off in the race for Clerk of the Circuit
Court. The two finalists make up a slate
of candidates which features a veteran of
the quest for the Clerk's job and a novice.
Hattaway has made two previous tries at
election against Clerk Jerry Gates, who
resigned in early June to seek election
state-wide as the Comptroller. Lister,
who is presently finance officer in Gates'
office is making his first run for the
Clerk's job.
The other local question on the ballot
pits Nathan Peters, Jr., against James L.
"Tank" Tankersley in the county's new
single member district voting method.


Only voters fr
nine can vote
contest.
Statewide,
Pajcic and Fra
Smith, Marsha
Democratic no:
the meantime,


facilities would be placed for
collateral.
Guice said the change-over
would become effective after
the bonds are sold and
predicted this would take
from four to six weeks to
accomplish.
He said the change in
processing methods would.
raise the value of seafood
protein shipped out of the
processing plant from a
current average of 30 cents a
pound to an average of up to
$3.00 per pound.
The Commission approved
the revenue bond plan and-
scheduled a public hearing
on October 14 at 11:00 p.m.,'
to hear any objections for the
plan.
Tapper, long an advocate
of developing the local port,
had dreams of several opera-
tions along the Gulf County
Canal, related to preparation
(Continued on Page 7)








on Tuesday

Hopefuls

rom Precincts eight and
in the Peters-Tankersley

it will be the team of Steve
ink Mann against the Jim
ll Harris duo, seeking the
mination for Governor. In
the Republicans will be


making a similar decision between the
teams of Lou Frey, Jr., and Marilyn
Evans-Jones and the team of Bob
Martinez and Bobby Brantley.
Republicans will also be deciding
between Ron Howard and Stan Marshall
as their standard-bearer for Commis-
sioner of Education in the November 4
general election.
Elections Supervisor, Cora Sue Rob-
inson, said all voters will cast their
ballots in the same locations as they did
in the first primary on September 2.
Voting will be from 7:00 a.m., to 7:00
p.m.
A sample ballot is printed on page 14
of this issue of The Star.


Contract Let On 5th St. Boat
Work should begin in just a few five who turned in bids as high as been
days on replacing a dilapidated and $87,841 for the project. permi
storm-damaged boat ramp and ad-- appro
joining docks.at the west end of Fifth The project, while not huge in Engin


, size, has been one of intense interest
in Port St. Joe ever since the City
started attempting to get permits and
approval to replace the old wooden
structure nearly three years ago. One
stumbling block_ after another has


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Editorials and Comments:


THE STAR


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1986


.John Q.



of He

=z A hearing on the Corps of
Iggineer's 25-year plan for main-
Wiing the nine foot barge channel
ffiR-he Apalachicola River was held
Thursday of last week, with the
Corps and the Department of
-Tjvironmental Regulation reach-
ing an agreement on just how far
Zhe Corps could go in keeping the
lIiver open to barge traffic
As we understand it, the
agreem'rnt was reached, but the
C corps must still file their intentions
Svith, and answer to, the DER in
Very activity they undertake in
1he future. The plan was, more or
Tess, like the plans the State of
"'lorida is requiring all counties
,nd cities in the state to prepare
and file with the state. The plans
say, in effect, "This is where we're
* gaing in such and such a length of
Eme". The DER must still approve
@f any action which collides with
Tieir rules.
One of the things which bothers
is is that John Q. Public seemed to
ave been snookered out of attend-
tg the 'meeting Thursday. Even
ome of those who say they are


IOnly One of

| A friend told us the other day,
.People are going to gamble, and
Fm going to support the lottery
amendment because it won't hurt
Anybody to lose a dollar or two a
veek".
We agree, it wouldn't hurt us
Ond it certainly won't hurt our
friend, to lose a dollar or two a
week.
"Besides that, the money is
going to the- schools and it will
educe th r- *
SWell" now, those are powerful
arguments: Who can argue against
helping schools or deny that many
people can spare a buck a week to
=Imost anything they would like to
and who would be against reducing
taxes"
i Our friend, who said we should
i'esearch things before opposing
them, evidently has not, done 4s
much research as we have on the
: matter. For instance, he thinks the
lottery income is going to the
Schools. In fact, there is nothing in
ah1 lottery question which stipu-
la-fs the money is going to be used
Sfor: school financing. So, we say,
h ow does our friend KNOW the
inohey is going to the schools?
SHe says it will go to reduce our
taxes. How could a lottery reduce


Left Out



aring

championing the "protection" of
the river don't speak for us. We
think their attitudes and their ideas
are doing the cause of the river
protection more harm than good.
But, back to John Q...
The DER called themselves
advertising the meeting as being
open to the public, when they sent
out news releases to every news
media along the river, announcing
the meeting. The only problem was
that the DER .release had the
meeting scheduled for Friday
morning, rather than Thursday.
Every newspaper along the River
published the story, giving the
Friday meeting date,
Late Wednesday afternoon,
when all of these papers were in the
stage of being distributed, DER
called and notified us (and, pre-
sumably others) that the meeting
was to be held on Thursday. Too
late, to let old John Q. know about
the different meeting date.
We think DER should have
changed the meeting date to
Friday, like they had it publicized,
or re-scheduled it for another date.


the Reasons

our taxes when the only thing
which has reduced taxes in the past
has been a rebellion by the people,
such as Proposition 13 in California
a few years back. IF... we say, IF,
the lottery income is used to 'reduce
state taxes, will not the lottery
income itself be correctly classi-
fied as a tax? If it is not, one can't
consider a non-taxable item when
filling out the Government income
tax form as we can properly. deduct
rnoney paid out as faxes ,-,
Most of these very same people
who say a dollar or so a week to
play the lottery "will not hurt
anyone" are some of the same
people who were negotiating long
and hard when the charges were
being set up for the Oak Grove and
Beaches water systems. Concern
was rightfully expressed for those
persons on fixed income, who
"could not afford an extra dollar a
month for anything, simply be-
cause they didn't have an extra
dollar".
These same people will be
tempted to play a state lottery
every week, also, and, we agree,
"that extra dollar or two a week
will seriously hurt them".
That's only one of the reasons
we are opposed to the lottery.


Kes


Who Made That Motion?


- by Kesley Colbert-


The first committee that I
was ever on was when I was
a junior in high school. Look-
ing back on it now I don't see
how I made it that long
without being on some kind
of a committee. Miss Pen-
derholtz taught English to
the 11th graders. She was


also in charge of the annual
homecoming dance. I don't
think she liked me very
much and I was .a little
shocked but still kind'a
honored that she selected me
to be on the homecoming
dance committee.
I got my first inkling that


being on a committee wasn't
all that great when she an-
nounced in class the follow-
ing day that the homecoming
dance committee would
commence meeting -that
very day during lunch. It
was that "during lunch"
part that I didn't like. You


di


see, LaRenda Bradfield
wasn't on the committee.
Now me and ole LaRenda
sort'a had this arrangement
at lunch. I'd tell her what the
boys had been saying about
her that morning and she'd
usually give me half of her
peanut butter and banana


Hunker Down with


.Sometimes

BACK A FEW YEARS ago, BT
* before television) we had a bicycle in
dur family.
I say "we" had a bicycle in our
family, because it was, literally, a.
t$mily bicycle. Ve were lucky in one
e. spect, in that little brother, Will,
and I were the only ones in the family
S.who you would expect to get on a
bicycle i who were old enough to ride
it.
And, we just barely were.
When we first got that bicycle in
dur family, there was a little bit of
i ubbing as either Will or I pedaled
that bright red machine down the
street. As time went on, our legs grew
longer .and the rubbing subsided
somewhat.
t With the subsiding ot the rubbing,
the range limits of the bicycle grew
and particularly my troubles grew
kith Momma and that bicycle.
You see, we were fortunate to be
able to afford one bicycle in our
f mily back in the late 30's; thus the
Bike had the nomenclature of a family
4ike,


A Little Risk Is Worth the Discomfort It Causes


WITH ONLY ONE bike in the
family, and two young boys old
enough to ride it, you would expect
there would be all kinds of trouble
brewing.
Momma sort of borrowed a line


any difficulties we had with our bike
riding schedule.'
Other things entered into the
picture, as well. Somehow, Will would
always manage to break some part on
the'bike on his days o ride and would


ETAIOIN SHRDLU

I By: Wesley R. Ra


from old King Solomon and appor-
tioned the bike's time out so both Will
and I would get a crack at riding, it.
I'd get the bike one day, and Will
would get it the next day and so on.
Still, we had troubles in the camp,
but somehow with a switch from the
cedar tree which grew out in the front
yard and some judicious application
by Momma, we managed to iron out


an oil lease about a mile and a halt
south of town, and another friend by
the name of Franklin who lived on
another oil lease about a mile and a
half north of town. Franklin had a toy


msey


spend half the day fixing our bike.
On my days,, adventure called;
often farther away than Momma
would allow me or the bike to go
without her special permission, and
Will would get an extra day to work on
the bike, because Momma would take
away my day as punishment.

I HAD A Swedish friend by the
name of John Nichols who lived out on


steam engine we would run for hours
at a time. John lived in an adventure-
some area and we always had plenty
to do in the woods around his home.
Needless to say both areas were
out of bounds of my limits and
Momma always found out when I
strayed a little farther than I should.
The point is, I knew it was out of
bounds and I knew what was coming if


I went there and got caught, but
somehow I couldn't resist the call of
the adventure which waited for me in
these two places. The woods in our
area were a haven for young boys,
particularly with the remains from
old oil wildcatting days still about,
rusting away and a few Indians
nearby to add a little spice to outdoor
adventure.
I was as safe as if I were in
church, but Momma made it unsafe
when I got home.

I WAS REMINDED OF these old
bicycle days when I read of the
problems France was having with
terrorists last week.
You remember France don't you?
They are the nation which would not
allow us to fly across their country
when we were sending planes to Libya
to bomb part of their war machine
when they tried a little terrorism on
some of our people.
France said they didn't want to
get involved and didn't care enough


for their friends to risk a little bit.
So what happened? Five times in
one week, terrorists have struck the
French, on their land, and killed some
of their people and destroyed more
than a little bit of their property.
The French let it be known they
would not retaliate for terrorists, so
the terrorists knew they were safe
from counterblows, plying their trade
in that country.
There is a time for turning the
other cheek and there is a time for
baring the fist.
I knew Momma was going to
punish me for going to see my friends.
France, who has dealt with Arabs
for many years, should have known
the Arabs are not their friends and
they had better side with those who
are, for they are just as susceptible to
terrorism as anybody.
Five times in a week ought to
prove that. If I were a Frenchman, I
would insist in my country going along
when the United States decides to take
the cedar switch to Moammar Ghad-
affi again.


Tides St. Joseph's Bay
High Low
Sept.25 3:18a.m. 2:45p.m.
S Sept.26 4:22a.'m. 3:48p.m.
Sept. 27 5:30a.m. 4:45p.m.
Sept. 28 6:34 a.m. 5:34 p.m.
i Sept. 29 7:38 a.m. 6:15 p.m.
Sept. 30 8:34 a.m. 6:45 p.m.
Oct.1 9:37 a.m. 6:53 p.m.
S Oct. 2 11:09 a.m. 6:33p.m.
11:39p.m.


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sandwich and she'd always
let me finish off that quart
jar of buttermilk she brought
everyday;
We didn't even get to go
outside for lunch. We met in
Miss Penderholtz's room. I
had a can of sardines, a half
dozen soda crackers wrap-
ped in cellophane and
regular milk. Pam Collins
had brought some home-
made bread, but by the way
she was shoving it down with
both hands I knew she wasn't
going to share. I was begin-
ning to get a strong dislike
for this committee work and
the first meeting hadn't even
been called to order yet.
Miss Penderholtz was eating
some tomato soup and she
didn't even, have a broken
jaw.
We spent the first meeting
trying to decide who was go-
ing to be chairman. Shucks, I
didn't say a word at the first
meeting. Pam and Larry
Ridinger almost got in a
fight as each thought they
ought to be chairman. Miss
Penderholtz finally decided
as it was time for the bell
that we'd sleep on it for a
night and vote for a chair-
man at tomorrow's meeting.
We adjourned and as far as I
could see we hadn't accom-
plished a thing. You ever
been to a committee meeting
like that? I rushed out of the
room a'looking for LaRenda
Bradfield.
The next. day, first off,
they elected me chairman.
That'll teach me to set over
in the corner and keep my
mouth shut! You need to
speak right up and make
some of your fellow commit-
tee members mad so you'll
be sure not to get the votes
needed to be chairman.
Everybody congratulated
me except Pam and Larry
and we adjourned. I don't
think we made any more
progress at the second
meeting than we did at the
first. As I was looking for
LaRenda, I remember think-
ing that homecoming will be
over before the committee
reaches 2nd gear.
Now, I'd never been to the
homecoming dance so I
kind'a let the rest of the com-
; mittee decide what we'were
going to do. Lefty Wiggleton
and the boys were going to
provide the music, the dance
would end at 11:30 sharp, the
home economics class would
decorate the gym and the
FFA Club would run the con-
cession stand. I found out
later that that's the same
way the dance had been run
for the past 15 years. Why
did we need a committee -
everybody already knew
what to do!
Thursday of homecoming
week I finally told my Mom
that I was chairman of the
homecoming dance commit-
tee and I was kind'a ex-
pected to be at the dance.
She never even stopped cut-
ting out the biscuits or
bothered to look up. She
simply said, "You're kind'a
(Continued on Page 3)


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1986 PAGE THREE


C SHAD

S- PHANTRY
by Wendell Campbell




Trouble In Magic Kingdom
THE WORLD IS FALLING apart. By now I guess
everyone has heard what happened. It's the
dad-gumdest thing I've ever heard of and Shad is as
mad as I've ever seen him.
Some guy from England has sexually assaulted
Minnie Mouse!
It's true. Last week a 21 year old Briton, Lee Jack
Eric Jacques, was arrested and charged with sexual
battery for assaulting Minnie Mouse. The attack took
place at Disneyland in California.
+++++
ACCORDING TO THE paper, this is what
happened. Lee Jack, disguised as a sane human, asked
Minnie to pose for a picture with him. In the process of
posing, Lee Jack let his arms and hands wander around
Minnie in unfamiliar places and they finally became
locked in a very friendly way. Minnie had to use a
miniature "Jaws of Life" to get free of Lee Jack.
After an eight year old threatened Lee Jack with
his skateboard, Lee Jack left but, after thinking about
Minnie for about 20 minutes, decided, in his animal
mind, that she really liked him and returned and made
more obvious, sexual advances. As a reward for his
rodent loving ways, Lee Jack was arrested, thrown in
jail and placed under $10,000 cash bond.
+++++
SHAD SEEMS TO THINK he travelled from
England to California by boat (a slow one) with nothing
but men on board.
One thing is for certain, Lee Jack won't be
molesting Minnie anymore in the very near future. The
judge in California sentenced him to five days in jail
and ordered him to stay away from Disneyland for
three years. I'll bet that broke his heart. Those judges
in California are unrelenting in their pursuit of justice.
Shad has heard that Mickey Mouse, husband of the
victim, was in Florida attending to business at
Disneyworld. Shad wonders what will happen when he
finds out about the attack on Minnie. Shad worries that
Mickey and a few of his friends, namely Goofy, Donald
Duck and Pluto, just may try to take the law into their
own hpnds. In Shad's words, "you never can tell what a
wild bunch of funny guys will do."
+++++
BACK TO LEE JACK. Something is definitely
wrong with the boy. Shad seems to think that it all has
to do with his name. Lee Jack Eric Jacques is a mighty
long name for a Briton. Besides that, Jacques, to Shad
and I, seems mighty like a French name. Perhaps his
parents are French and he was born in England. He
might have thought he was on a boat going to France
and when he arrived in California he decided to let the
good times roll. Roll they did right to jail!
If Lee Jack was on drugs or drunk, the paper didn't
say so. It didn't mention anything either about him
having psychiatric exam. Even if he was drunk as a
Memphis truck driver at Bob's Place, attacking Minnie
Mouse was still a little off base.
Shad contends that the judge should have
sentenced him to exile in Libya. There are plenty of
'.rats" over there for him to attack. Either way; Shad
-a-d+ag-eeethat it'takesa."di tiyTH-.*to-puk a trick like _.
Lee Jack pulled. ..

THE LATEST WORD has it that Lee Jack, when
he's released from jail, will journesyto New York. Shad'
and I hope security is tight at the Statue of Liberty.
A


Kesley
(Continued from Page 2)
not going."
I knew she was going to
say that. Mother didn't hold
with dancing. I didfi't even
start in with all the reasons
she ought to let me go. We'd
been over that before. I told


the committee at lunch that I
couldn't go to the dance.
They all felt sorry for me-
except Pam and Larry. Miss
Penderholtz was aghast. She
said that never in the history
of the school had the chair-
man of the homecoming
dance committee failed to
appear at the dance. Well, I
made history at McKenzie
High School that Friday


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Health Department (Port St.
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Mrs. Drew lives in Wewa-
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School people, parents and
students gathered at the
Highland View Elementary
School last week to dedicate
a new play area to the
memory of Mrs. Linda
Wright, a second grade tea-
cher at the school, who died
in April.
In the top phbto, Superin-
tendent of Schools, Walter
Wilder, speaks at the dedica-
tion ceremony. In the bottom
photo, School Board chair-
man, Waylon Graham, right,
presents a memorial plaque
to John Wright, husband of
the late Mrs. Wright.


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"A Place for the Whole Family"

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
801 20th Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
SUNDAY:
9:45 A.M. .............. Sunday School (for all ages),..
11:00 A.M.................. Morning Worship Service
6:00 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
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OBITUARIES:

Parker Hart, 82, Dies

After Lengthy Illness


. Parker Hart, 82, papsqped
away Sunday at thehomepf
his daugfiter' following an
extended illness. He had been
a resident of Port St. Joe
since 1937, and was employed
by Grimnell Co. during the
construction of St. Joe Paper
Co., and later owned and
operated the Gulf Manufac-
turing Company. He also
served as a county commis-
sioner and was of the protest-
ant faith.
Survivors include: two
sons, Curtis Hart of Beacon
Hill and J.B. Griffith of
Jacksonville; three daugh-
ters, Nadine Aplin of Port St.

night..
Before I graduated from
my junior year I decided
that the only other com-
mittee that I'd serve on
would be-"a committee to
end all committees." Well,
that didn't work out I'm
serving on nine committees
right now. but my heart's not
in it. About the time the
,meeting gets going good I
lose track of where we are
'cause I get a sudden craving
for a peanut butter and
banana sandwich and some
buttermilk to wash it down
with.
Respectfully,
Kesley


Joe, Peggy Rhaxpes, of Cba-
ham, Va.:. ad ~no. .Be,
of Port St Joe; 'i'" grapd-,
children; four great grand-
children; and one sister,
Jeanera Foust of Greensbo-
ro, N.C. i
Graveside funeral services
were held at Pleasant Rest
Cemetery on Tuesday, Sep-
tember 23 at 2:00 p.m.- ith
Rev. David Fernandez offi-
ciating. Interment followed.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fune-
ral Home.


Funeral Rites
for Felton Lewis
Felton Lewis, 64, a long
time resident of Port St. Joe.
passed away at Bay 4edicarl
Center on September 9, 1986.
He is survived by: his wife,
Ruby V. Lewis of Port St.
Joe; two daughters, Miss
Brenda J. Lewis and Alma L.
Thomas both of Port St. Joe;
and two sons, Felton R.
Lewis of Port St. Joe and
Jammey L. Holley of Bronx,
New York.
Funeral services were held
September 13 at the New
Bethel AME Church. Inter-
ment followed in Forest Hill
Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fune-
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On Saturday, August 9 at
2:00 p.m. at the Resurrection
Catholic Church of Jackson-
ville, Miss Anne Marie Ron-
ayne became the bride of
James Nelson Yadon, Jr. The
Reverend Father Michael
Morse and the Reverend
Harry Long, brother in law of
the bridegroom, performed
-the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
:, Mr. and Mrs. John Allan
'Ronayne of Jacksonville and
the granddaughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Mat-
thew Ronayne of St. Paul,
Minnesota and the late Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Wellington
Finnegan of Mapleton, Min-
nesota. The bridegroom is
the son of Dr. and Mrs.
James Yadon, Sr. of Ger-
mantown, Tennessee and the
grandson of Mrs. McClain
Henry Elder of Port St. Joe
and Mrs. George Leonard
Yadon of Pensacola.
After a musical prelude,
the bride was escorted down
.. the aisle by her father. $he
wore a gown ofwhit organza
-. and chantillylace featuring a
mandarin neckline'; long ta-
pered sleeves an4 ruffled
Scalloped lice chapel-'lngth
S train and hemline. The chan-
tilly lace oh the bodice. and
skirt was trimmed with seed
I,_, pearls. The heqdpiece had a
forward crown of lace and
pearls, and chiael length
veiling secured with a bow
and white silk roses. The
bride's all white cascade
bouquet included japhiet or-
chids, long stem and sweet-
S.-heart roses, freeZia and
baby's breath. ""
Mrs. Deriise Ronayne Wil-
liams of 'Franklin, Georgia,
sister of.- the bride, was
S.matron of honor.
'Bridesmaids -were Teresa
S Anin Seablom of Jacksonville,
Camille Anita Colson of
.1'.71 Jacksonville, Ann Yadon
Nelson, sister of the groom,
: -of. Warrenville, Ill.; and
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sonville.
The attendants wore dres-
ses of maize taffeta featuring
a basque waist and a long,
full skirt. The fitted bodice
was enhanced with a deep
ruffle around a scooped neck,
worn slightly off the shoul-
der. They each carried a
cascade mixed bouquet of
yellow lilies, yellow carna-
tions, yellow freezia apd
white statice. Each wore a


sprig of baby's breath and
miniature yellow lilies in her
hair.
John Leonard Yadon of
Jacksonville. brother of the
bridegroom, was best man.
Groomsmen were Sean Pat-
rick Ronayne of Gainesville,
brother of the bride, Parker
Bryan Buhrman of Jackson-
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Mrs. Ronayne chose for
her daughter's wedding a
floor length teal green chif-
fon dress with soft tucks on
the bodice and full long
sleeves. Mrs. Yadon, mother
of the groom, wore a dove
grey dress of polyester chif-
fon gathered to one side of
the waist with a rose. They
both wore wrist corsages.
During the ceremony. Mrs.
Mary Yadon Long of Rich-
mond, Va., sister of the
groom, joined her husband in
singing "The Wedding Song"
and Mr. Kelly Petr Ronayne
of Tallahassee, brother of the
bride, read I Cor. 13 from the
Bible Orgpqi*l was Mrs.
Dortha Owens. Mrs. Eliza-
beth West Yadon, sister in
law of the groom, served as
bridal coordinator.
Immediately following the
ceremony, the bride's par-
ents hosted a reception at
The Inn at Baymeadows with
music provided by Honey-
moon Harry's Band. Miss
Kim Obermayr of Pompano
Beach, attended the bridal
book and Miss Sandy Thur-
son of Jacksonville assisted
with the cutting of the cake.
Mrs. Yadon chose a Laura
Ashley Ooral print ruffled
sundress with white acces-
sories and corsage for her
traveling outfit: '
On the evening before the
wedding, the groom's- par-
ents entertained the wedding
par!y, friends and relatives
with a rehearsal dinner at
Capt. Jim's Conch Hut By the
Sea in St. AuguisUne.
Following 4oneymoon
trip to Panama City Beach,
the couple joined the groom's
family in a reunion at Mexico
Beach. The couple will reside
in Jacksonville, where she is
a registered nurse in critical
care at Baptist Medical
Center and he is an aero-
space engineer at the Naval
Air Station.


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On October 4, 1986, the Gulf
County Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation will host- it s first
annual Autumn, Ball from
8:00 to M06 midnight at the
Centennial Building. Attire
will be casual, 'door. prize s
will be awarded, and the
Keith Spell Band will, provide
country and popular mus*
Tickets are now on sale at
Buzzelt's Drug Store, Roches
Iurnitur'e and Appliance&,


and The Video Merchant.
Tickets may also be pur-
chaded b co tact ng the
Seni6r"Centeri at 229-8466 in
Port St. Joe and 639-991O..in
Wewahitchka. Tickets will
also be on sale at the door.'
Proceeds from the Autumn
Ball, will help to finance
services provided for -our
senior citi.2eris. Everyone is
urged to attbnd the Ball and,
su pprtthes S.
p eniorcitizen


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

HIGHLANDVIEW
BJBLE CHURCH
Weeting at'Highland View Elementary School),
SUNDAYSCHOOL ........ 10:00 a.m.
wbRSHIPSERVICES ............. ... 11a.m.&6p.m.
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'At All Services)


Shown, seated, Mrs. James I.Ittle, left and Mrs. Troy
Jones, Sr. Standing, from left: Donna Jones, Debra Jones,
the honoree and Karen Seay.

Shower Fetes SeTtem ber'

Br'I'de-elect; Debr a, Jones


Debra Jonesj brideelect of
Curtis Little, was'fefed with a'
calling shower September 18i
at Long Avenue Baptist
Church. Hostesses for the


occasion were Jean Adkison,
V irginia A rnold, Alma Bag-
gett, Cathy Colbert, Marilyn
Collier, Jessie Core, Janice
Cox, Hazel Ferrell, Dawne
Ford,, 'Doris Ford, Mary
Harrison' Mamie Harper,
Frenchie'Ramsey, Clair Ro-.
berson, *Susan Stephens,
Alice Ward, Paula Ward and
Marilyn Witten.
Many guests, called during
the appointed- hours.


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Ashley Burkett
Ashley h 'Two
Ashley Burkett, son of
Willard and-Sandra Burkett,
celebrated his second birth-
day, Friday, September 12.
Ashely celebrated' his
birthday at his home with a
Tom & Jerry party. Helping
him celebrate was his little
brother, Brandon, and, many
friends and relatives.
Ashley's grandparents are
Donald and Irene Burkett -of
P t St. Joe andRoyce and
Sla, rrChandey of-White'Utya'


You' are cordially'4n.''vite'd-'

to join -with the Directors,

Officers, and Emplqyees

of the

Wewahitchka State Bank

in celebration of our

Sixtieth A nnivet7ary.',

Tuesd4y, SeptemMer'30,

1986 -16:00.- 8:00 p.m. CT

Main Bank Lobby

Wewahitchka State Bank

Wewahitchka., Eforida

1926-1986

MEMBER: F.D.I.C.


Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Williams

Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wil-
liams recently celebrated
their 20th wedding anniver-
sary. They were married on
Sdpterftb6r 25 '1966.


Mrs. James Nelson Yadon, Jr.


Garden Club AlIters

Its Mee tiqg Date
The regullat'rh&et'ingbf thi 4gie GlibertHwhio is ssocia led
Pori St.' Joe Gaeden Club is with Bay Medical Center.
scheduled for Thursday, Oc- This promises to be a most
tober 9, in the Garden Center informative program, and of
on #th St., I but due to the value to' all who, attend.
Importance of a meeting in Gilbert will also show ome
Panama City and the fact very interesting slides.
that a number of the local A, Flower Show School is
members would like to at- scheduled for October 8, 9,
tend both, the St. Joe meeting and 10 at the Garden Center
is now scheduled for the first in Panama City. The pro-
Thursday, October 2. grams are: Oct. 8, Flower
!- No one would want to miss Arranging Oct. 9. Horticul-
the OcIdber in Port St. Joe. ture: and Oct. 10, Exams for
The speaker is an outstand- those desiring credit for the
ing landscape architect. Reg- course. The cost of this
school will be $25.00 for the
three days, or $10.00 per day.
Ethel Bridges, the new
president, urges all members
H AND VIEW to attend the first meeting of
this new year. Guests are
RCH OF GOD also very welcome.
I Sixth St. Highland View
e Jesus Christ Is King Anniversay
God's Love Is An Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L.
rflowing Fountain" Bramlon celebrated their
,SCHOOL 1000AM first anniversary Saturday,
JGWORSHIP 11:00A.M. September 20.
GWORSHIP 6 00 P M Helping (hem celebrate
SDAY EVENING 7.00 P.M was her daughters, Michele
and Vanessa and other fam-
- REV. ROBERT RATHBUN fly members and friends.
They all enjoyed cake and
punch.


Danielle Nicole Densmore

New Arrival
Phil and Rena Densmore,
are happy to announce the
birth of their daughter, Dan-
ielle Nicole, on September 8,
1986 at Bay Medical Center.
She weighed six pounds, 102
ounces.

Final Plan.s for
Jones Little
Mr. and Mrs. Troy W.
Jones, Sr. announce the final
plans of the wedding of their
daughter Debra to Curtis
Little, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James C. Little.
The wedding will take
place Saturday, September
27 at 3:00 p.m. at the Long
Avenue Baptist Church.
A reception will follow
immediately in the church
fellowship hall.
All friends and relatives
are invited to attend.


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By Emily Roche
Everybody thinks of
changing humanity, and
nobody thinks of changing
himself.
We heard about a new
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They have six command-
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you-cans.
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stomach, and never speak on
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's good to get rid of your
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This year's trivalent vac-


Sarah Riley, Guidance Counselor, is shown giving Lee Parker his commendation.


Parker Is Commended


Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School has been notified by
National- Merit Scholarship
Corporation (NMSC) of
Evanston, Illinois, the Gre-
gory Lee Parker has been
designated a Commended
Student in the 1987 National
Merit Scholarship Program


and will receive a letter of
commendation in recognition
of outstanding academic pro-
mise. Principal, Edwin G.
Williams, announced recent-
ly that on the basis of
performance on the qualify-
ing test for the 32nd annual
Merit Program this senior
placed in the top 50,000 of
more than one million parti-
cipants.
An officer of NMSC, which
conducts the program, sta-
ted, "The very high test
performance of the young
men and women* who are
honored as Commended Stu-
dents in the Merit Program is
indicative of exceptional
scholastic ability We hope
that NMSC's recognition of
these high school students
will increase their motiva-'
tion to make the best use of
their talents and to develop
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rby the future leaders of our
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competition is a credit to
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an equal distance from
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- walking is good, too
-that requires using your
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Baltzell family Presents Plaque

to Local museum I "THE CHURCH AFLAME IN PORT ST. JOE


St. Joseph Historical Society members Mrs. Ralph to the local Constitutional Convention Museum which will be
Swatts, Sr., Miss Phyllis Cumble, Mrs. Charles Browne and placed on display.
Museum employee Lather Roth pose with plaque presented


People Need to Volunteer Help


George Killorin, a partner
in Gulf Industrial in Port
St. Joe, told the Kiwanis Club


Tuesday, of the activities of
his concern since it was
organized in Port St. Joe a


Appleman Named State

Attorneys President


State Attorney, Jim Apple- tember It, at their annual
nan, was elected president fall conference held in Day-
f the Florida Prosecuting tona Beach. The Florida
Attorney's Association, Sep- Prosecuting Attorney's As-
sociation (F.P A.A.) is a
non-profit organization made
up of approximately one
thousand prosecuting at-
torneys throughout the state
of Florida.
--Appleman, 41, is the state
'.B 'attorney in the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit which in-
.5 cludes Bay, Calhoun, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson and Wash-
ington counties. He was
-.j' elected to the office in
January, i981 and has served
'as secretary and vice presi-
dent of the organization since
1982.
Appleman said, "as presi-
dent of the Florida Prosecut-
ing Attorney's Association I
plan to move our organiza-
tion to the forefront 'of
Florida's fight against the
S" Applie s rapid increase in crime."


little more than a year ago.
Killorin said the firm was
formed around the expertise
and knowledge of himself,
Howard Lovett, Bill Snell-
grove and Joel Lovett, who
provide an industrial main-
tenance and construction ser-
vice, offering more than 100
years of experience in the
business.
"It takes a while to build a
reputation in our field, but in
the meantime, we are ex-
panding into utility and dwel-
ling construction. We have
just recently completed a
major expansion project for
Lighthouse Utilities in the
Cape San Bias area".
Killorin said, "as time goes
by, we will get more and
more into consulting and real
estate development in this
area".
In additi n to telling about
his firm, Killorin also gave
his impression of Port St. Joe
and how he thought it might
be improved. "I'm no stran-
ger to Port St. Joe and Gulf
County", he said. "I married
a Port St. Joe girl and I have
been coming here for 20
years. I like the place and I
want to see it do well and.
. .'.' *-


prosper, so any criticism I
might have to offer will be
from a sense of wanting our
hometown to be better and
not from a viewpoint of being
critical of our local govern-
ments or our people".
Killorin said Port St. Joe
and Gulf County didn't have
the tax base to make the kind
of cosmetic improvements he
is talking about. "We have
mighty low taxes here and
just don't have the tax base
for 'government to do what
needs to be done in this area.
That leaves it up to volun-
teers-all of us-to take on
the task of improving our
town and county".
Killorin said, in his opinion,
the systems here were better
than they are in most places,
but still "we can stand some
improvement".
Killorin suggested the Ki-
wanis club enlist the cooper-
ation of other civic clubs in
the city and undertake a
program to create and main-
tain pride in our county and
city.
The speaker said, "We
need to volunteer for im-
provement of our city and
county".
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Recently a plaque was
presented to the Florida
Constitution Museum in Port
St. Joe by the St. Joseph
Historical Society. The
plaque was suggested by
descendants of the Baltzell
family, Mrs. Margaret Balt-
zell Robinson and Mrs. Geor-
gia Baltzell Laroche, both of
Marianna and Mexico Beach,
in honor of the occasion when
the first Florida Constitution
was drawn up and signed.
The plaque, which was
presented to the museum,
lists the names of the plat-
form guests as follows: Ro-
bert Raymond Reid, William
P. Duval, Thomas Baltzell,
David Yulee Levy and the
secretary was Joshua
Knowles.
Many years later when the
new town of Port St. Joe was
established in the same area,


Charlie Sewell


Charlie's Two
Charlie Sewell celebrated
his second birthday on Sep-
tember 24. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sewell.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Pittman of Tampa.

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.a number of the avenues in
the new town were named for
the delegates and signers of
the Constitution. At this time
we can list Garrison, McClel-
lan, Westcott, Woodward,
Marvin, Long, Allen Memo-
rial Way, Constitution Dr.,
Monument Ave. and Duval
named for one of the first
governors of this state, and
his wife, Mrs. Duval, is
among those who are buried
in the Old St. Joseph Ceme-
tery.


Tuesday, September 30th






THE JOB
* Clerk Of The Circuit Court.
* Clerk Of The County Court.
* Ex Officio Clerk Of The Board of County Commission-
ers, Auditor, Recorder, And Custodian Of All County
Funds
* Clerk And Accountant To The Board of County
Commissioners.
* County Budget Officer.
* Responsible For Board Minutes.
* Recorder Of Court Proceedings.
* County Recorder.
* Collector & Disburser Of Alimony And Child Support
Payments.
* Collector & Disburser Of Fines Imposed By The
Courts.


- BENNY


DEDICATED DEPEND
EDUCATED EXPERIEi


The Clerk of Circuit Court is an important county
official and requires someone with the proper educa-
tion, experience, training, and dedication and someone
who will be responsive and available to the people.

As an auditor for the Auditor General for 19 years, I
audited accounts and records of state and county
agencies, including clerks of circuit courts and boards
of county commissioners. Being an auditor for the
state required having knowledge of Florida statutory
law and constitutional provisions, and having the
knowledge required for carrying out the accounting


C.


LISTER


CLERK OF THE 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
Wewahitchka
Graduate Of Florida State University.
Bachelor Of Science Degree In Business
Administration With A Major In Accounting.
19 Years Experience As An Auditor For The Auditor
General, State of Florida.
Financial Officer In Gulf County Clerk's Office For
Past 1 V2 Years.




ABLE
NCED

duties of the Clerk as Clerk of Circuit Court and as ex
officio Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners.
Having served as Financial Officer in the Gulf County
Clerk's Office for the past 11/2 years has provided me
the additional knowledge to be Clerk of the Circuit
Court.

While employed by the Auditor General and the
Clerk, I have worked numerous nights and weekends
for no extra compensation, which demonstrates my
dedication. I pledge to you, the people of Gulf County, if
elected, I will be responsive and available.


(Pd. Pol Adv.)


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"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 my 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 County 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
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1986


Minutes
The. Gulf County School second b
B ,ard met in regular session voted us
onrAugust 5, 198 at 9:00 a.m. bills be
in: the Gulf County Court- The B
house in Port St. Joe. The cost ce
following members were pre- action n
seht: Waylon Graham, Ted On mo
Whitfiqld, Oscar Redd, by Raff
James Hanlon and Gene proved
Raffield. The Superintendent ters:
w4s also present. Apprc
Chairman Graham presid- Serve" i
e4, and the meeting was Appro
opened with prayer by Redd Service
and followed by the pledge of 87.
allegiance to the flag. Appro,
Nathan Peters, Jr. appear- newal of
edbefore the Board repre- tribution
seating Janice; Gainer, a Commoc
parent from Port St. Joe tion to
Elementary School relating proved
to placement of Mrs. Gain- ments fc
er's son. The Board reviewed 1, 1986 th
the facts of the case and left Adopte
the decision regarding the ty Rule
placement with .the local federal a
school officials. prohibit
.OQn motion by Hanlon, follows:
second by Whitfield, the state shz
minutes of July 8, 15, 28, 1986 race, se
were approved. The vote was marital :
unanimous, be exclu
The Board reviewed cor- tion in, b
respondence No action ne- of, or b
cessary. criminal
On motion by Whitfield, cation pr
second by Hanlon, the Board or in any
voted unanimously to ap- tion pr
prove the following personnel 228.2001,
matters: son was
Approved the creation of a person.
part-time position in the Approv
Office of Coordinator of collect sm
Operations. in Gulf C
Approved a request for a 1986-87| s,
leave of absence from Teresa Approv
Nowsome. trash pic
Approved the employment from Hig
of'Marilyn Goodwin as part- tary Sch
timfle Aide in the guidance school ye
office at Wewahitchka iligh Approv
School for the 1986-87 school distribute
year. Bus by
Approved the employment Copies a
of:Roy Baysden as a teacher Superinte
of: the Emotionally Handi- Approv
capped at Port St. Joe High Juanita
School for the 1986-87 school, Public C(
year .- in the an
Approved the employment Approv
of; Joe Brown and Michael dent Wi
Keller at Port St. Joe High Human.
School for the 1986-87 school ment Tea
,yer., ty on Aug
Approved the employment The S
of'Vernette Rosier as physi- vised th(
cat education teacher at Port classes f
St: Joe High School for the Elementa
1986-87 school year. held at
Approved the employment Church i1
ol'Donna Fettinger as com- the first
pensatory teacher at Port St due to the
Jqe High School for the Linton Sit
1986-87 school year led.
Approved the employment There
of.Trabor Scott Gowan as Jr. business.
High science teacher at Port journed
SLbJS.Jor the epjPlnbe
I 9e.7 schOol year. p.m.
approved the employment The G
of jeAnn Stafford as Jr High Board me
science teacher at Port St. on Augus
J(ie High School for the p m. in
1986-87 school year Court-
Approved the transfer of house in
Helen Ramsey from Coordi. following
nitor of Special Services to sent Wa
Assistant Principal at Port Whitfield
Stl Joe High School car Redd
Approved the employment The Supe
of: John Charles Chancy as present
social studies teacher at Port Chairm
Sti Joe High School for the ed at the
1986-87 school year On m(
Approved the employment second by
of:a DCT student to work in unaninmo
the finance office at Port St Budget
Joe. High School for the Accountir
1986-87 school year. nancial R
The Board denied a request .ear 1985
from a teacher requesting to On mo
do pre-school work at home second by
due to illness voted un
On motion by Hanlon, provethe
second by Raffield. the matters:
BOard voted unanimously. to Approv
approve the following pro- Joan M(
gram matters: position c
Approved Pre-School In- the part-i
centive Grant for 1986-87. tion in t
'Approved State Compensa- Operation
story Project for 1986-87. Accepted
Approved Chapter II Pro- Andrew MT
ject for 1986-87 at Port S5
Approved Volunteer Ser- Accepte
vice Project for 198.687. Lee Ann
-On motion by Hanlon, teacher a
second by Raffield,.- the School.
Board voted unanimously to Approv
accept the lowest bid on the ofDanny
following items: teacher a
School FQod Service Bid School foi
8-1 year.
:Annual Bids Bay-Chem Approv
Supply: Borden Milk Comn- of Billy
pany studies te
"Quarterly Bids iFrozen- Joe High
Chilled. Processed Food- 1986-87 sc
smcf) I- Cochran-Sysco Food Approvp
Services. Daffin Mercantile of Rebec
Company. Eli Will Whole- teacher ai
saie Center. Lance. Inc.: day, for
Phillips Meats. P R Harrell year.
& Sons: TT Todd Company. Approve
Student Accident Insur- of Donna
ance Guarantee Trust Life arts lead
lrnsurance Co. $8.993 45; High Sch
Doug Ruedlinger, $9 200 00 school ye
Class Piano Teaching Sys- Approv
teri Playground Music. of Linsoi


On motion by Raffield, social stud
second by Redd, the Board St. Joe H
accepted bids on Employee 1986-87 sc'
Health insurance and direct- Approve
ethe Superintendent and his of Jacqut
staff to negotiate with bid- Port St. J
ddrs. the 1986-8'
O:n motion by Hanlon, Approve
second by Redd, the Board of Mary I
voted unanimously to ap- position c
prove a purchase commit- aide for
mpnt to buy three new buses year.
for the 1987-88 school year. Accepte
* ih motion by Whitfield, Lillian Te
second by Hanlon, the Board Approve
approved a proposal for, of Leslie G
1986-87 Impact Funding to be at Port Si
used to purchase hardware School.
-, software for three elemen- Approv
tar.y schools and one adult Campbell
school. one semes
On motion by Raffield, Elementa


Gulf County Board

of Public Instruction


by Hanlon, the Board
unanimously that the
paid.
3oard reviewed each
anter's budget. No
necessary.
otion by Redd, second
ield, the Board ap-
the following mat-
>ved "Offer vs.,
in all schools.
ved School Food
Agreement for 1986-
ved the annual se-
i agreement for Dis-
i and Use of Donated
cities and Authoriza-
Participate in Ap-
Processing Agree-
or the Period of July
rough June 30, 1987.
Rd Educational Equi-
s to comply with
and state regulations
ng discrimination as
"No person in this
all, on the basis of
ex, national origin,
status, or handicap,
ded from participa-
te denied the benefit
e subjected to dis-
ion under any edu-
rogram or activity,
employment condi-
actices." (Section
F.S.). Temple Wat-
appointed as contact
red Ike Mincy to
will from all schools
county Schools for the
school year.
'ed Joe Brock for
ck-up and removal
land View Elemen-
tool for the 1986-87
ear.
'ed the use and
ion of Use of School
Non-School Group.
ire on file in the
endent's office.
'ed to reimburse
Cross for .Notary
commission Renewal
mount of $93.50.
'ed for Suiperinten-
lder to serve on
Resource Manage-
im in Volusia.Coun-
gust 18, 1986.
Superintendent ad-
e Board that four'
from Wewahitchka
ir\ School will be
the First Baptist
n Wewahitchka for
2-4 weeks of school
construction at the
e not being comple-
being no further
the meeting ad-
to meet again on
r-.9, 1986: at .5-;, q
ulf County School
et in special session
st 20. 1986 at 3:45
the Gulf County
Port St Joe. The
members were pre-
ylon Graham, Ted
Gene Raffield, Os-'
and James Hanlon.
rintendent was also
an Graham presid-
meeting
motion b) Raffield,
y Hanlon. the Board
isl\ approved the
Amendments. Cost
ig and Annual Fi-
eport for the school
-86
tion by Whitfield,
y Hanlon, the Board
unanimously to ap-
following personnel
ed the transfer of
cCroan 'from the
of Payroll Clerk to
time clerical posi-
he Coordinator of
ns office.
ed the resignation of
lason as a teacher
t. Joe High School.
*d the resignation of
e Stafford as a
t Port St. Joe High
ed the employment
Caylor as a science
t Port St. Joe High
r the 1986-87 school
ed the employment
Stewart as social
acher at Port St.
SSchool for the
hool year.
ed the employment
:a Weathermen as
de, four hours per
the 1986-87 school

ed the employment
Dluett as language
her at Port St. Joe
ool for the 1986-87
ar.
ed the employment
n O. Pickard as
lies teacher at Port
igh School for the
hool year.
ed the employment
line Robinson at
oe High School for
7 school year.
ed the employment
Lou Sewell for the


if auto mechanics
the 1986-87' school
d the resignation of
mpleman.
'd the employment
3arrett as a teacher
t. Joe Elementary

ed that Judy
be employed for
ster at Port St. Joe
ry School to re-


place Teresa Newsome who
is on leave.
Approved the employment
of Pam Jones as a teacher at
Port, St., Joe Elementary
School for the 11986-87 school
year.
Accepted the resignation of
Bennye L. Glaze as a teacher
at Wewahitchka High School.
Approved the employment
of James Scott Anglin. as
vocational agriculture teach-
er at Wewahitchka High
School for the 1986-87 school
year.
Approved the transfer of
Betty Holloway from Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School
to Wewahitchka High School.
Approved the employment
of Joseph Walker as a
teacher at Wewahitchka
Elementary School for the
1986-87 school year.
Approved the employment
of Pamela Anne Mickey as a
teacher at Wewahitchka
Elementary School for the
1986-87 school year.
Approved the employment
of Gail Vandervest for a
media (part-time) computer
teacher at Highland View
Elementary School for the
1986-87 school year.
Approved the suspension of
David Williams' from his
position with the Gulf County
School System.
On motion by Hanlon,
second by Raffield, the
Board declared certain div-
ing .equipment from Port St.
Joe High School as surplus
and transferred the property
to the Gulf County Sheriff's
Department.
The Superintendent re-
viewed on-site inspection at
Highland View Elementary
School Covered Play Area.
No action necessary.
.The Board received one bid
for five V-8 engines that was
advertised for sale. On mo-
tion by Whitfield, second by
Raffield, the Board awarded
the bid of $201.00 to Houston
A. Parramore.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.
The Gulf County School
Board met in special session
on August 27, 1986 at 10:00
am. in the Gulf County
Courthouse in Port St. Joe.
The following members were
present: Waylon Graham,
Gene Raffield, and Oscar
Redd. Board members Han-
lon and Whitfield were ab-
sent.
Chairman Graham presid-
ed at the meeting.
S.Qn motion by., affield,
second by Redd, the Board!
voted unanimously to ratify
and accept the Agreement
between the Gulf County
School Board and the Gulf
County Classroom Teacher
Association for the 1986-87
school year. This Agreement
included instructional salary
schedule for the 1986-87
school year.
; On motion by Redd, second
by Raffield, the Board voted
unanimously to approve the
following personnel matters:


County (From Page1)


of seafood for the consumer
market.
GRANTS SCARCE
Bud Clark, a Tallahassee
grants writer, told the Coni-
mission Tuesday, there isn't
much hope for two grant
proposals by the county, but
a third should meet the
criteria set by the govern-
ment. Clark said a grant to
install a water system in the
Jones Homestead area would
not meet the guidelines,
because the population in this


Approved the recommen-
dation to transfer Betty
'Bidwell from her position as
a teacher at Wewahitchka
High School to Coordinator of
Special Services.
Approved the employment
of Patsy Cooley for work in
the Finance Office. She was
recommended and accepted
for employment as payroll
clerk under the existing
organizational structure..
Mrs. Cooley was later trans-
ferred to the position of
finance clerk and Christine
Batson was transferred to
payroll clerk.
On motion by Redd, second
by Raffield, the Board unan-
imously approved the Admi-
nistrative. and Non-instruc-
tional salary schedules for
the 1986-87 school year.
On motion by Raffield,
second ,by Redd, the Board
voted unanimously to ap-
prove the following matters:
Tentatively approved Gulf
County's Five Year Master
Plan for Inservice Education
1986-1991.
Approved the recommen-
dation of the Insurance Com-
mittee to accept Horace
Mann Life Insurance Com-
pany as the group insurer for.
the School Board's insurance
program.
The Board Attorney, Cecil
Costin, reviewed and discus-
sed the bill sent to the School
District by the attorney for
the plaintiff in the recent
single, member district suit
case. He presented the school
board with copies of an offer
of judgment to allow the
plaintiff attorney to be paid a
total amount of $7,127.40 plus
taxable costs incurred to
date. Costin recommended
that the Board approve pay-
ment of this amount.
Graham questioned the
Superintendent as to whether
or not insurance coverage
provided by the Risk Man-
agement Consortium would
cover these fees. The-Super-
.intendent assured the ppard
that since the above action
was not contested the pay-
ment of these fees would be
consumed by the Risk Man-
agement Consortium. Acting,
on this request board mem-
ber Raffield nrotioned and
reluctantly seconded by
Redd, the Board unanimous-
ly voted to accept the re-
commendation of the attor-
ney.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


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vicinity is predominately
white. He said a grant to
refurbish the ailing Highland
View water distribution sys-
tem would not qualify for the
same reason.
Clark said he felt. certain
the Commission could get up
to $650,000 for a grant to put
water and sewer in the
Williamsburg subdivision
near Wewahitchka, because
its population was made up of
minorities. He went on to say
the county may be able to
"piggy-back" sohne portion
of a grant for Highland View
on the Williamsburg grant,
because the blend in racial
make-up would then nearly
average Gulf County's popu-
lation ratio of 19.6 percent
minorities. "But, that's a big
'if' ", he pointed out.
Clark said it would cost the
county approximately $4,500
to pursue the grant program,
including a grant for Wil-
liamsburg. The county de-
layed a decision on whether
or not to go ahead with the
request.
PARK DEVELOPMENT
The Commission instruct-
ed Wayne Childers to pro-


Public
LEGAL NOTICE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing of the Board of
County Commissibners of Gulf County,
Florida his been called to be held on
October 14,.1986, at11:00 a.m., at the
County Commission Meeting Room,
Gulf County Courthouse, Pqrt St. Joe,
Florida, at which place and time the
issuance of not to exceed 9,600,000 of
Gulf County, Florida Industrial Deve-
lopment Revenue Bonds for the ac-
quisitfon, renovation, enlargement
and equipping of the existing facilities
of Raffield Fisheries for the process-
ing of fish and fish products, and the
acquisition of approximately' four
acres of led lprderdd"by Raffield
Fisheries, Highway 98 and Canal
Drive for the benefit of and ownership
by Raffield Southern Fisheries, Inc., a
Delaware corporatlon,will be consi-
dered. The proposed facility will be
located on the current site of Raffileld
Fisheries and the land adjacent
thereto, which properties are located
on the Gulf Conty Canal at the corner
of highway 98 and Canal Drive in Port
St. Joe, Florida.
Persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decision made at
this meeting/hearing, they will need a
record of the proceedings, and, for
such purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record in-
cludes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS, GULF COUNTY.

BID NO. 316-A
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids for The following:
Ball Field Flening on Avenue A
Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's Office, P. 0. Box 27Q,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, or the
Municipal Building, 305 Fifth Street.
Bid opening will be held Octobe*,
1986, at 8:00 P.M., E.D.T., in th
Municipal Building at the regular
meeting of the City Commission.
THi CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
By: /s/ L A. Farris,
City Auditor-Clerk 2t 9/25


ceed with attempts to secure
aid in, developing public
lands at Dead Man's Curve,
White City and Beacon Hill.
The County had agreed to
allow placing a fire depart-
ment installation on the Dead
Man's Curve site, but Chil-
ders warned they should take
a close look at their deed.
"The deed says these parcels
will be used only-for recrea-
tion purposes and that they
revert back to the federal
government if they are used
for anything else".
Lamont Daniel was pres-
ent with Childers, saying the
Jaycees are re-organizing in
Port St. Joe and want to take
on the project of developing
the parcels of property into
recreation areas.
Childers said the county
can hope for only a 50-50
match at best in any other
source of funds. He pointed
out the work of the Jaycees
could be counted by the
county as in-kind contribu-
tions toward any matching
funds which might be avail-
able.
The Commission approved
of Daniel's offer, asked Chil-
ders to pursue any matching
money available and in-

Notices -
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of City Commission of the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida will hold a
Public Hearing in the Municipal Build-
ing at 8:00 P.M., E.D.T., Tuesday, Oc-
tober 7, 1986'to consider requests for a
variance in Chapter 4, Section 2 of the
City's Code of Ordinances to establish
a Petting Zoo at Bay St. Joseph Care
Center, 220 Ninth Street, Block 51, Lots
19, 20, 21, and 22. Said Petting Zoo will
consist of two (2) goats and one (1)
deer.
All interested parties are invited to
attend and to be heard.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
By: /s/ L. A. Farrnis,
City-Auditor/Clerk 2t 9/25



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structed their attorney to
study the deeds for use of the
property.

OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,
the Commission:
-Approved an additional
$2,000 for Supervisor of Elec-
tions Cora Sue Robinson, who
pointed out the new single
member district election me-
thods caused her election


expenses to sky-rocket this
year. Robinson warned of
even greater election expen-
ses for the next election year.
-Heard a report' from
administrative assistant,
Larry Wells that the county
had received approval of an
additional $70,000 to cover
hurricane damage expenses.
The county had already
received some $61,000 for this
purpose.


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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1986


S,,,WHO IS LOOKING
OVER OUR SHOULDER?
An integral part of your pharmacy service is
involved with checking, double-checking and then
checking once more to be absolutely positive. Sure,
it takes much extra time to do this on every
prescription but when it comes to dispensing a
medicine there is no way we can take a chance that
something may be wrong.
Other checks and balances are involved in the
procedure as well. Storage requirements for certain
types of medicines must be reviewed periodically,
dating and expiration dates must be watched. And,
of course there are government regulations that
must be compiled by inspectors.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
pharmacy products.. We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
amily pharmacy?


BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE


Free Parking Orive-ln
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Window
Port St. Joe.


It Was A Long Nite


In Monticello

Sharks Bombed, 55-13 for Their

Second Loss of the Young Season


Port St. Joe's Sharks fAced
their second defeat in as
many tries Friday night,
when the Monticello Tigers
dumped the Sharks, 55-13, in
Monticello.
The first half of the game
gave no indication of what
the final outcome would be.
Twice the Sharks fell behind
in the early going, but each
time their defense took ad-
vantage of Tiger turn-overs
to pad their score.
Monticello took the opening
kick-off and drove down
inside the Shark's 10-yard


line, but on a fourth and short
yardage situation, the defen-
sive unit stopped the Tiger
offense and took over posses-
sion.
But, the Tigers. made it
look easy on their next series
as they drove the ball 50
yards in three plays to grab
an early 7-0 lead.
As the second period got
underway, the Sharks found
themselves with a first and
goal on Monticello's 5-yard
line, after Kevin Dawson
recovered a Tiger fumble on
the 48 yard line. It looked as


STerry Quinn races for a 73-yard Shark touchdown Bink Norton recovers a Monticello fumble in the end ;one for a
: following a pass interception Friday evening. Shark touchdown.


though the Shark offense was
set to score until what
appeared to be a touchdown
pass from quarterback Tim
Wilder to tight end Jason
Hammac, was called back
because of a penalty.
The Tiger's offense took
over on their own six yard
line. The Shark defense play-
ed tough, forcing a fumble as
the Tigers attempted an
option play. Bink Norton
gave St. Joe its first points of
the game as he grabbed the
ball in the end zone. Joe
Norton kicked the extra
_,point, tying the game at 7-all.
With four minutes left in
the half, the Tigers jumped
back on top, 13-7, taking
advantage of a Shark fumble.
The Shark defense- once
again arose to the occasion
with 1:51 remaining in the
half. Terry Quinn intercepted
a Monticello pass and re-
turned it 73 yards to knot up
the score once again, 13-13.
The Tigers gave a hint of
what was to come in the
second half as time ran out in
the first half, taking the
Shark kick-off and driving 51
yards in four plays to take a
20-13 half time lead to the
locker rooms.
.Monticello's wishbone run-
ning attack was more than
the Sharks could handle in

THE YARDSTICK
PSJ Jef.
First downs 6 17
Rushes, yds. 35-43 44-485
Passing yards 4 50
Return yards 60 86
Passes 9-3-1 3-2-1
Punts, avg. 4-17 0
Fumbles, lost 1-1 3-2
Penalties, yds. 7-45 5-42


Coach Lanford discusses strategy during halftime with the huddled Sharks, as they trail by
20-13 at the end of the half.


the second half. The Tigers
came back after intermission
and scored 35 unanswered
points, scoring in all but one
of their possessions.
Joe Norton and Terrance
Farmer led the defense with
six tackles and five assists
each, with Carl White and
Bink Norton having five
tackles and four assists each.
TO BONIFAY
The Sharks will be on the
road for the third week in a
row Friday night, as they
travel to Bonifay to resume a
series with the Blue Devils. It
has been several years since
the Sharks and Devils have
gone at one another, with the


Devils just winding up a
re-building period and the
Sharks just starting one.
Game time at Memorial
Stadium will be at 8:30 Port
St. Joe time.

College Course
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege will be offering a. real
estate course beginning Mon-
day, September' 29. Classes
will meet each Monday,
Tuesday' and Wednesday
evening from 6:00 to 9:30
p.m. at Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School.
Classes will run into the
month of November.


Handle S.S.
Over the Phone
Most Social Security busi-
ness can be handled over the ,
phone.
Persons may call the social
security office. The Panami
City telephone number is
769-4871. If this is not possit
ble, one may come to the
office located at 30 West
Government St., Panama
City.
Persons may call toll free
by dialing the operator and
asking for WX-4444.


Tug Tigers' Tail for Second Win
s running for the Gators. rushing on 29 carries and 52 quarterback. Wewa G'


Myers racked up 93 yards
on 19 carries. Smiley hit two
of five passes for 57 yards
through the air.
The Tigers fell victim to
the rugged Gator defense,
managing only 59 yards


. yards on" three completed
passes out of eight attempts.
The Gator's first score
came in the second period
when Smiley plunged across
from the one yard line and in
the last period, on a three
yard dash by the Gator


The game was a District
3MA game for the Gators.
Friday night, the Gators
will travel to Greensboro for,
another district game.
THE YARDSTICK


First downs
Rushes, yards
Passing yards
'Return yards
Passes .
SPunta, avg.
Fumbles, lost
Penalties, yds.


ville


13 5
52-234 29-59
57 52
40 17
5-2-0 8-3-0
3-19 5-35
4-1 3-2
5-55 1-15


First Phase of Dove Season Oct. 4


the The first phase of Florida's
ack- three-part dove hunting sea-
e on son opens on Oct. 4 and
ack continues through Oct. 26.
the The Game and Fresh Wa-


ter Fish Commission is re-
minding hunters that during
this phase, dove hunting is
limited to the hours between
noon and sunset.


On the other hand, during
the second phase (Nov. 15 -
30) and the third phase (Dec.
13 Janm 12) legal shooting
hours are one-half hour be-


fore sunrise to sunset.
The daily bag limit for
doves is 12, no more than four
of which may be white-wing-
ed doves.
Fot additional informa-
tion, sportsmen should con-
tact the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission, list-
edn the inside front cover of
most telephone directories.
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Gators
> The Wewahitchka Ga
made it two wins in a row
Friday night, when t
blanked the Graceville '
ers, 14-0 on the Tigers' h(
court.
Gator quarterback, B
Joe Smiley, scored both I
for the Gators, both on sl
plunges to cross the goal 1
David Paul kicked two el
point attempts to add up
Gator scoring.
In typical Gator fash
they did their damage to
Tigers on the ground, ra
ing up 234 yards of offense
52 carries, with halfb
John Myers doing most of


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1986 PAGE NINE


I1


Getting In Their Hot Licks


Preparing a half-time routine to present at Port St. Joe High School's foot-


Hear

How is your hearing? Do
.you hear everything people
"say to you? And do you hear
everything you say to other
people?
Some people have a hear-
ing deficit which is physical.
But I have concluded that the
rest of us have a hearing
deficit that is psychological.
By that, I mean that we are
selective in what we choose
4p hear. We act like we are
listening but our: mind is
often occupied with other
thoughts. At times, we are
more interested mi, what we
are about to say than in-what
:somebody else is saying.
The next time you are in a
group of conversatiorialists,
:,hold your own comments and
:isten to what others are
saying. You may be amazed
:;at what.you hear. There have
been times when I have done
this --and learned to my
surprise that multiple con-
yersations are going on si-
"nultaneously. Two people
can appear to be responding
to each other, but in reality
fhey are missing each other
completely.
-. The better people know
each other, the more likely
'they are to miss each other in
the comments they think.
they ar6 kfini'~i to eaic
bTlNr. "W-W aft ut&dany reu
member what a. stranger


1 ea.
1 ea.
1 ea.
1 ea.
1 ea.


ball games takes weeks and weeks of practice. Here some of the band
members are shown going through their routine under the September brolling
sun, so that each Friday evening's performance during the Sharks games wil
go without a hitch. -Star photo


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After attending the May
Seafood Festival, Flea Mar-
ket, Womanless fashion
shows, picnics and other
programs and activities the
Sr. Citizens have become a
well know organization
throughout the community.
They are a non-profit organi-
zation seeking to meet the
needs of senior citizens by
providing them with meals,
transportation, homemaker
services, recreation, educa-
tion, health support, tele-
phone reassurance and a list
of other services and activi-
ties.
At this point in time,
however, they are in need of
financial assistance. Since
October, 1985 approximately
60 new senior citizens have
applied and been accepted
for services. Therefore the
organization is experiencing
growing pains and desperate-
ly needs funds to finance
all of their services, most
especially meals and trans-
portation.
All contributions are wel-
come and will be graciously
accepted. Contributions may


What They're Saying?

to what they are saying. Also, your conscience. You will
TOWARD spend some time in silence. find the conversation to be
Try to hear God speak to rewarding and fulfilling.


UNDERSTANDING
by the Rev. Jerry R. Huft, Rector, St. James Episcopal


says, but we ignore our
spouse and our children.
.Pastors know this because
a guest preacher may. say
exactly what they have been
saying all along, but the
congregation hears it for the
first time.
.. Mothers of two year olds
learn- to turn off the child's
chatter to maintain their
sanity. Wives turn off lectur-
ing husbands. Husbands turn
Pff nagging wives. And we all
haye had times when we
have turned off the soft and
gentle voice of the Holy Spirit
as he speaks to our hearts.
We like to', suspend our
conversations with God when
we want to spend some time
sowingfwild oats. Or when we
are picking a fight- with our
mate. Or when we. are
conducting a special business
deal.- Or when we have
something to say about some
body else. We could continue
the list, but you get the point.
Whbh we dre seleclive
11stfler5s, wenr6iss the mean-
ing .behind another's com.


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1978 Ghev. Nova $700.00 ea.
1979 Ford Van ... $650.00 ea.
1 ? djVanf .. $700.00 ea.
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Vehicles can be seen at:
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Port St. Joe, Florida
or.
Contact Bernard 0. Wester
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For the 6th Time, on
September 30, 1986

Wyvonne Griffin Hattaway
will await election day results as a
Candidate for Clerk of the Circuit
.Court.
This year's election is for a two year
term only. Wyvonne has proven how
much she wants to serve as Clerk.
Only you, the voters, can give her the
opportunity to prove she can do the
job.
Wyvonne Hattaway deserves a
chance!
Please vote "Hattaway" on
September 30, 1986, Lever 7A
Pd. Pol. Adv.


munication. This can cause
breaches of confidence, bro-
ken relationships, and shat-
tered feelings.
But what about the things
we say? Have you listened to
Yourself lately? Do the things
you say make .people feel
better about themselves? Do
you reflect a healthy interest
in the needs of others when
you. are in a conversation?
What do you suppose other
people are thinking about
what you are saying, pre-
suming that they are listen-
ing?
Join me today in listening
more carefully to others. Try
to respond in a sensitie way


Sgt. Bailey Receives Award


Air Force Tech. Sgt. Sam-
my D. Bailey, son of James
E. and Louise K. Bailey of
Wewahitchka, has been'pre-
sented the fourth award of
the Good Conduct Medal at
Tyndall Air Force Base.


The award was presented
for exemplary conduct while
in the active service of the
United States,
Bailey is a law enforce-
ment supervisor, with the
325th Security Police Squad.


HIGHLAND VIEW
BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. and Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAYSCHOOL ....... .......... .... 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE........:... 11:00 A.M. & 7:00 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday).............. 6:00 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) ...:...... 7:00 P.M.


Nursery Provided


JIMMY CLARK, Pastor


be mailed to: Gulf County
Senior Citizens Association,
P.O. Box 776, Port St. Joe or
call 229-8466 .and someone
will come and pick up the
donation.


Parent Group
Meets Monday
The Parent Support Group
for Academic Excellence will
meet Monday, September 29
at 7:30 p.m. at the Gulf
County Public Library.
All parents, teachers,
school administrators, and
other interested persons are
encouraged to be present.


Call

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229-6798
Commercial Residential
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Service Work
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'86-87 Hunting Calendar


'Below is a calendar for th
1986-87 hunting season. -s
SSept. 27-Black bear hum
opens in. Apalachicola Wilt
life Management Area.'
Oct. 1-Gopher tortois
season opens. *
Oct. 4+Archery season
*opens statewide. The firs
phase of mourning dove an
white-winged dove season
opens and licensed hunter
may begin toughening o
training free-running dee
dogs on this date during
daylight hours. However,th
trainers may not carry or us
guns or bows while training.
their dogs. Also, training
deer dogs during this perie
is- no permitted' on wildlife


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ie management areas unless
specifically authorized.
it Oct. 19-Black bear 'hunt
i- closes in Apalachicola Wild-
life Management Area.
'e Oct. 23-Deer dog training
period closes.
n- Oct. 26-First phase of
st dove season closes,
d Nov. 1-Black bear hunt
n opens in Osceola Wildlife
's Management Area.
)r Nov. 7-Muzzleloading gun
r season opens statewide. -
g Nov. 9--Rail and gallinule
e season closes. Muzzleloading
e gun season closes.
g' 'Noi~: 15-Quail, phase two
g of dove, turkey, wild hog,
d squirrel, and deer season
e opens statewide.


Nov. 26-First phase of
duck and coot season opens
and M-K Ranch public water-
fowl hunting area in Gulf
County.
Nov. 29-Antlerless deer
season opens.
Nov. 30-First phase of
duck and coot season closes.
Phase two of dove season
closes. Antlerless deer sea-
son closes.
Dec. 13-Woodcock season
opens. Third phase of dove
season opens.
Dec. 15-Second phase of
duck and coot season, opens.
Jan. 11-Turkey and deer
season closes.
Jan. 12-Third phase of
dove season closes.
Jan. 18--Second phase of
duck and coot season closes.
Jan. 25-Deer season. and
wild hog season closes in
Northwest Region.
Jan. 26-Woodcock season
closes.
Feb. 7-Special archery
and muzzleloading gun sea-
son opens in Northwest Re-
gion.
Feb. 22-Special archery
and muzzleloading gun sea-
son closes in Northwest Re-
gion.
March 8-Quail and squir-
rel season closes.


S- Public Notices -
"U C T0 C S "'


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH 'JUDICIAL 'CIRCurr OF
THE-STATE'OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOtR GULF COUNTY.,' 2
Case No. 86-226
IN RE: The Marriage of
JOSEPH E. BARFIELD,
Husband- Petitioner,
SCATHERINE M TERRILL BAR-
FIELD, ', ".
S Wife Respondent. .::
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CATHERINE M. TERRILL BAR-
FIELD 1 1
Louisiana State University
P.O. Box 16486
Baton Rouge, Ioui ana 70893
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that's Peti-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you seeking a
dissolution of ,your ',marriage'to Peti-
tioner. Youare required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any,
to the Petition on Petitioner's At-
torney, Fred 'N. WItte,40 Long
Avenue, Port St. Joei Florid 32456 on
or before October 23' 196, and file the
original with the Clerk of, tis Court
either before servlice'on Petioners
Attorney or. immediately, t rieafter;
otherwisea default wil 'be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the Petition.
DATED this 17th day of September,

'4on
,' ', 4 9t 2


By
Lt. Governor Wayne Mixson


March 21-Spring turkey
season opens.
April 26-Spring turkey
season closes.
Raccoons, opossums,
skunks, nutria, beavers and
rabbits may be taken year
round except in wildlife
management areas.
Sportsmen are reminded to
consult the Florida Hunting
Handbook for complete regu-
lations, permit and license
requirements. Also, hunting
seasons for wildlife manage-
ment areas may differ from
regular hunting seasons.
Sportsmen should obtain in-
dividual management area
regulations and maps from
the Commission for details.

Band Selling
Calendars
Band calendars are now on
sale. They may be purchased
from any marching band
member, band booster or
contact Johnny Linton,
Elaine Maige at 229-6212 or
Carolyn Wahl at 229-8092.
The calendars are $2.50
each and 50 cents for each
listing.


2296934. or 229-8465


after 5:00 p.m.


LEGAL NOTICE
The sealing of voting machines to be
used for the second primary will begin
at 9:00 A.M. EST on September 26,
196 at the Gulf County Courthouse.
CORA SUE ROBINSON,
Supervisor of Electioms .
Gulf County .t9/25
S PUBLIC NOTICE
A budgethearing will be held on Oc-
tober 1986'for all Interested citizens
of the City of Port St. Joe. The follow-
Ing budget is proposed for Fiscal Year
191087.
Total Fed'
S: ", ofAllRevenue
Fnd Sharing
,Category op Fund
Non-Departmental, 25,700 8,000
Mosquito Control. e ,000 6,000
Recreation Dept. 97,873 4,000
Streets/Highways 221,967 4,000
Parks/Ceeteries 171,834 13,000
The meeting will be held at.the
Municipal Building for the purpose of
discussion of the1proposed budget at
8:00 P.M., E.D.T. The proposed
budget may be examined onweekdays.
at te Office of the City Clerk in the
Municipal Building, between8:00A.M.
and 5:00 P.M-., ED.T. All Interested
citizens will have the opportunity4o'
give written and oral comment Senior
citizens are encouraged to attend and
Comment.
THE CITY OF-PORT ST. JOE
/S L. A.Farris,. .c ,
City Autlitor-Clerk
2t9/25





Name your. price0.-fMov-
ing Sale. 607 Park Avenue,
Highland View. 8 a.m. till, 2
p.m., Rain or shine, Satur-
day. .
Carport Sale: Satiday,
528 8th Street, 8 a.m. to
p.m. Clothes, misc.
Moving Yard Sale: rain or
shine. Saturday, Sept. 26, 8 -
3. 1020 Garrison Avenue.
Yard Sale: Saturday, Sept.
27,8-1.1902 Garrison Ave.
4 Family. Yard Sale: Mex-
ico Beach. Sept. 26th & 27th.
Corner Hwy. 98 & 29th St., 9
a.m. till. Some furniture, 17'
canoe, large variety of sizes
and items.
LAWN FURNITURE -
Swings, swing frames, pic-
nic tables, lawn chairs, set-
tees,'and children's picnic
tables. Call 639-2860 or
639-5860. tfC4/17


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4 dr., 76,500 mi.
'76 PONTIAC VENTURA
4 dr., 77,800 miles..
'73 GRAN TORINO
2 dr., 80,700 miles.
JONCO USED CARS
2nd & Madison St.
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Television Show Tells Of Casino Impact
The television network casino gambling was a good
CBS broadcasted an hour- idea, and 71% agreed that
long news special report on crime had increased.
Wednesday, August 13 titled In the eight years since
g'Big Gamble in Atlantic Ci- casino gambling came to
ty." During this broadcast Atlantic City, New Jersey
many residents, business some 10,00 residents have
people, property owners and left the city, nearly a 20%
others affected by the decline in population. During
gambling casinos which that same time the crime
began to open eight years rate increased nearly 300%,
ago were interviewed. The as did the cost of'maintaih-
stories they told and the 'ing. the city police force.
bleak picture they painted of More than 60% of the city's
how casino gambling has businesses in operation in
changed their city conveyed 1978 have closed. Atlantic Ci-
a message that every Flori- ty is left with no movie
dian could find beneficial. theater, no department
Atlantic City residents told store, and only one super-
of the decay of their market.
neighborhoods as the city The story of Atlantic City's
was forced to devote ever- experience with casino
increasing amounts of its gambling is indeed tragic. It
time' and resources to con- was a city that believed that
tending with more traffic, casinos could'solve its pro-
more construction and much found problems, only to
more crime. Represen- discover that casinos
tatives of the city's business created many new problems
community told of their in- and solved none. Between
itial hopes that gambling now and November some
casinos would stimulate Floridians will be tempted to
their businesses, and then believe that gambling
told how, ironically, those casinos could benefit our
casinos forced many of them state and.revitalize some of
outV of business. Members of our communities. If we ig-
the area clergy lamented the niore the facts about casino
decline of family participa- gambling 'and approve
tion in church and in the Amendment 2 this
community. Just half of the November, we will have no
remaining residents polled one but ourselves to blame
by CBS still thought. that for the consequences.
Lt. Governor Wayne Mixson serves.as First Vice Presi-
dent of No Casinos, Inc., a non profit organization. For
itional information please contact .Warren Hender-
sonW(904) 224-2357-or Marilyn Brown (13) 944455.





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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1986 PAGE ELEVEN


2 bedroom trailer with ad-
(ition on 2 lots. Each 60'x130'
In Howards Creek. $12,500.
.22-863. 4tc 9/25
.=Are you looking for your
first home? Are those 30 and
0 thousand dollar homes
1Byond your reach? Then
this is the perfect house for
,.u! Affordable 3 bedroom, 1
Bath house on corner lot. Call
07-7291 after 6:30 p.m.
ti c 9/25
S 2 lots, totalling 100'x160' on
jpved road in White City.
dall 229-6909 or 227-1576.
2tc 9/25
'New 3 bedroom, 2 bath
rick home, energy efficient,
Sdbrnerlot. 507 Garrison Ave.
'dllfor appt. 229-8003 after 3
jim. ltc
.IHome [for sale: 3 bdrm.
iath fireplace," approx. 2
igres with fish pond, where'
the deer come to water,
located between Port St. Joe
SWhite City. Assum. 1st
mortgage at 9%%. For infor-
htion call 227-1551. tfc 9/11
3y Owner: House only 3
yrp. old, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., LR,
DR, Ig. breakfast rm., kit-
chen with lg. pantry, range &
dLw., inside laundry, cenW.
hika, 2 car garage. Insulated
W-dows, excel, insulation in
q. side walls& attic. $54,500.
229688. tfc 8/28
,:.'For Sale by Owner: 3
bedroom, 2 bath, 'central
)eat & air' on 2 large lots in
Ward Ridge. $47,500. Call
9-6224. 2tp 9/18
: 983 2 bdrm., 1 ba. mobile
04 home 60'x140' fenced lot
mi Highland View. Many ex-
tras. $25,000. 227-1288.

New In-Town Listing:
: bedroom, 1 ba. block
home. 1911 Cypress Ave. In-
[J~uM^ Tijdyd., ch&a,
IIbw carpet and draDes. Af-
S3rdable at $41,900. Please
call

P for appointment
.CAPE SAN BIAS REALTY


I IIRLILIA M I


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
2 story beach house for
sale at Cape San Blas. Ocean
and bay view, sacrifice'at
$69,000.: Call (904) 674-8465,
ask forPat. tfc 8-7


AUTO


Roy Smith


For Rent: 2 bedroom
house at Beacon Hill, $295
mo., 2 bdrm. townhouse, $350
month. 648-8398 or 648-8120.
2tc 9/25.
Trailer: 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
furnished. $200 monthly, no
pets. $100 deposit. Beacon
Hill. 648-5998.
Tri-plex, one furnished,
one unfurnished, access to
pool and private beach.
Gulf Aire. 648-5906.. tfc 9/18
2 bedroom house for rent,
furnished in town. $220 per
month. Deposit required.
No pets. Call Carol
Hartley, at 229-8375. 2tp 9/18


1981 Mustang Hatchback, For Rent: Mexico Beach:
excel, cond. 112 Third St., Available soon, 12'x65' 3
Mexico Beach. $1,600. Call BR, 2 bath mobile home.
648-8242. Stove, refrig. '& a/c. No
Looks bad, runs good! '77 pets. Deposit & lease re-
Pontiac Grand Prix. Loaded, qulred. (220 per month.
good tires, $700. 26
S will rent small self con-
1986 Ford Van, fully load- stained R.V. unit to indivi-
ed, under 10,000 miles. dual or couple. 'No pets. A/c
$15,900. Call -E.J. Rich, & utilities furnished. $50
229-6811. tfc9/25 week or $200 month.
19754Corvette, $8,500, good *
cond;227-1675 3tc 9/25 Two 'trailer or R.V.
SH spaces (35' or less) for
'81 CM400 Honda, $375, rent. .Leas required. No
OBO; '79 X2S50 Yamaha, pets..
$975 OBO; '73 Fiat Convert- Calln 648-8289 for any
ible, $500 OBO, Dune buggy, of these ,
runs-but needs overhaul, 2tp 9/18
$00,OBO; '77- F150 Ford
4WD $1,500. OBO. Contact bedroom, 1athhouseon
Erik at Phil's Chevron canal, Mexico Beach.Cen.'
S229-8730. h&a, furnished, year lease,
S 3$375 month. ,648-8586,.or
'69 GMC, runs good, $550. 1-725-3616' tfc 9/11
227-1501.
1976 w Chevy tck Mexico Beach: Super nice
1976 nwb Clievystiuck,44' large duplex. 2/1. Ceping
ton, new tires, rebuilt- 'fais, cen. h&a,.walk't6sh6p-
transmission. Call 229-8232. 'ping & beach, $285 per
tfc 8/21 month. 1-575-3624 p.m. or
.1981 Ford Mustang, a/c, 1-385-7714a.m. tfc9/11
p/s, p/b. Call 227-1253. Room for Rent: By 'day,
1980 Mustang, 2 dr Hat-' week, month. Air conid., TV.
chback, a/c, ain/n cruise Thames Hotel 229-8723. 302;
n ldn Reid Ave. tfic 4/17
mileage. Call 229-8578 aft-.ri
4:00 p.m. 3' c9/1 Office space now available..
1981 Datsun 200SX black, Just remodeled. 304 Thirdd
5-speed, a/c, am/fm stereo, Street, 'Port St. Joe. Con-
louvers, $3,600. .Call after tact Wayne Stewart, 0.
5:00p.m., 229-8850. 2tc 9/18 Box 6479, -Tmpa, FL 33608-
6479 or call 1-813-830-4985.
S, tfc /14
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NRNNUiN REAILII, inc.
221 Reid Ave. ~ Port St. Joe, FL


(904) 227-1450
FRANK HANNON, Broker
SALES ASSOCIATES
Margaret Hale 648-5659
Broker-Salesman
Frances Chason 229-8747
HOMES


New Lg Port t. Joe: St. Joe: Charming 2 bedroom, 2 bath home on corner
-lot. Carpets, deck, many other features. $34,500.
Simmpon Bayou: Large 4 bedroom home with beautiful hardwood floors
& juniper paneling. Lots of trees on 3 acres, 267 ft. of bayfront. Shown by
appt.
White City: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, carport, new roof Price reduced to only.
$34,000.
x. ieco Beach; One block to beach, 2 or 3 bedroom, 1 bath, fireplace,
great room, foyer, private patio. $52,600.
Mexico Beach: Tastefully decorated bedroom, 2 bath modular home.
Completely furnished, 556,000.
Port St. Joei 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.
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.
Oak Grove: Good rental property, 3 bedroom, I bath, den, carport. Only
$21,500.
Port St. Joe: Perfect starter home for young couple. 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
central heat/air. Only $26,500.
St. Joe Beach: Gulf view from deck, % block to water. New kitchen, cen-
Stral heat & air, fans, carpet. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, $53,000.
St. Joe Beach: 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home, nice shaded lot, $31,500.
Mexico Beach: 2 bedroom, 1 bath screen porch, deck with gulf view, Hwy.
98. Price includes 1 bedroom guest house. $115,000.
Port St. Joe: 3 bedroom, 1 bath, on 2 lots, fireplace, carport, real pine
paneling throughout. 1 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.
HIGHLAND VIEW: Doublewide mobile home on nice lot. $7,000.
SLOTSA
Cape Plantation: Exclusive homesites available close to golf, swimming
& t nnis,underground utilities. From $16,000. Owner financing.
Cape Plantation: Acre zoned commercial, excellent restaurant location.
$45,SOO.
St. Joe Beach: 2 extra large lots border 3 streets, 3 blocks from Gulf.
$27,500 for both.
Mexice Beach Beachaide: 2 commercial lots, $45,000 each.
Mexico Beach: Texas Drive, $10,000.
Indlan Pass: 1 block from water, 75'x105' $9,500.
St. Joe Beach: Price reduced on lot. Corner Coronado & Americus, now
only $13,500.
Stonemill Creek Area: 40 acres, cleared $40,000.
St. Joseph Shores: 80' Gulf Front, Hwy. 98 to water.
Wewahltchka: 80 acres east of town, $80,000.
Port St. Joe: Close tobusiness district 50170', $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, 1 bath, good location, no pets. $325.
Mexico Beach: 3 bedroom, 1 bath, deck, $275. No pets.


FOR RENT: 1985 Ford
555-A tractor, 4. wheel drive
backhoe, front end loader,
frklmft. 229-636.
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent.
machine. St. Joe Furniture
227-1251. tfe 4/17
For Rent: Mini-warehouse
storage. For more informa-
tion call 229-6332. tfc/3
For Rent: Warehouse
space with office.' Approx.
8&0 sq. ft. Suitable for don-
tractor or small service busi-
,ness..227-1100 days only..
For Rent: Unfurnished
townhouse in town. Cen. heat
& air. Call 648-5656 anytime.
I I
^^^^t^^-911L

HELP W\NTE


Nursing assistants
applications being taken at
Bay t. Joseph Care Center.
Apply 220 9th St., between
8:30 and 4:30, Mondpy thru
Friday, EOE.
'2t?9/25
Apalachicola Valley
Nursing Center has .a full
time opening on the 3-11
shift for an LPN. ,Our
salary & benefit package is
excellent. Our standards of
patient care are continual-
ly recognized as superior.
Please call Mrs. Gates at
1-674-5464.' 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. 2tc9/18
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. 2t 9/18


229-9940 evenings. 2tc 9/18
Spinet piano for sale, ex-
cel. condition. Good for be-
ginner. $950. 229-8232 or
648-5250. 2tc 9/18


Series 155 water softener,
good cond. $150. Call 648-8921
after 5 p.m.
General clean-up and
repairs, no job too small or
too large. Free estimates. -
Call 648-8743 before 9:00 a.m.
or after 6:00 p.m.
2tp 9/25
All used appliances. 10" col-
or T.V., $90; 19" color T.V.,
$125; 19" b&w T.V., $80; 12"
b&w T.V. (G.S.), $35; 12"
b&w T.V. (G.E.), $15;
toaster oven, $30; box fan,
$10. Cash only please! Call
648-84525 after 5:00 p.nm.
Furniture bargains!
5-piece dining room set, $50;
4 pc. redwood patio group,
$40; 2 living room chairs,
$25. Call 227-1078 after 4:00
p.m.
Ripple afghan for sale.
648-8239.
Clean, low hours, 82
Leisure Craft 21', 125 Volvo.
i/o, tandem alum. trailer,"
900 lb., elec. winch, c.b.,
depth finder, compass. Ask-
ing $9,000. 648643.
SPECIAL
Pre-Engineered metal
buildings, Designed for com-
mercial, industrial and agri-,
culture. Financing arrang-
ed. Call for free estimate.

4tc9/25
Need Mary Kay Cosme-
tics? To reorder, call
904-48-5048, Donna K. Keith,
Professional Beauty Consul-
tant, P. 0. Box 171, Port St.
Joe,FL32456 4tp9/25
MOVING SALE
Sold oak bunkbed set w
Jamison bedding, 5 drawer
chest & bookcase entertain-
ment center. $389.
*
Sold wood dresser with mir
ror, 5-drawe&, &M.t; .ueep
headboard, frame & beL
ding, $375.

Pedestal table, 6 captaIns
chairs, china cabinet, solid
wood, $900.

Simmons hide-a-bed, $75.

Soldi oak desk with chair,
$100.
*
Canopy bedroom, dresser,
mirror, chest w/bookcase,
h.b., f.b.) rails & canopy
frame, $389.
S *
New vanities, matching
medicine cabinet, $75 for
both.
*
Queen mirrored headboard?
triple dresser, twin mirrors,
new imperfects, $300.
THE COUNTRY PEDDLER
412 Reid Avenue
1982 Honda CB 750, looks &
runs great. $1,200 or best of-
fer. Call 229-6317.

STEEL ROOFING &
SIDING
American made
From $9.95 per sq.
Based on size, style & qty.
GOLDIN IND.,.INC.
Gulfport, MS
6014964216
12tp 7/3

$25.00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
SPECIAL --$9.95
to 'clean, oil and adjust ten-*
sion on your sewing mach-
ine. We ., guarantee your
'machine can sew on any
fabric.
SThe Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151
tfc 6/7.
1985 18'2" Winner Bass
boat, 150 h.p. Marina
Magnum, s.s. prop, 12-24 volt
trolling motor, galv. 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
Full-blooded Doberman
pinchers, 9 weeks old. 2
males, 4 females, $50 each.
Black & red. 2294492, or


ACCOMMODATIONS
AVAILABLE
229-8900
Mon. Fri. 10-8
4tp 6/5


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




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. -
7:00p.m. 2tp9/18
Apple lie computer and
accessories. Call 229-8409.
tfc 7/17





Do you need any type. of
condo., house or business
cleaning? If so call me today
and I'll help you. Call
639-2763 or 639-2992. Reason-
able rates are offered. Ex-
perience is included. Serious
calls only. 4tp 9/25
TOM GARCIA
Licensed General Contractor
Remodeling, General Re-
pairs, Additions, Porches,
Decks, All Types of
Roofing, Painting
No Job too Small
Free Estimates
60816l. 827-1W

CERTIFIED LOCKSMITH
Keys made, locks repaired.
Emergency openings, pro-
fessional security
consultant.
For More Information
Call 648-8187
S2tc9/25
Have Singer, will sew!
Minor repairs, jeans rebuilt,
simple sewing. 115
Pinewood, Rustic Sands,
Mexico Beach._ tfc 9/4
WELDING
648-5349
or 6484574.
tfc 6/5.
CLASSIC CATERING
9 yrs. experience
7 Reasonable Rates
Weddings, Office
Parties, All Occasions,
Call Panama City
763-0904
Shirley Raffield Jarzynka
13tc 7/3

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
SMike Higdon Rod Allen
227-1715 229-8942
Licensed Contractors
4tp 9/4


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


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Port St. Joe
Owned & Operated By
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CENTIPEDE SOD
Delivered 14c sq. ft. Will also
plant. Call 1-674-8252
anytime. 7tp8/14
Do you need a good,
dependable cleaning maid.-
Call 2294751, ask for Connie.

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

USRY'S CONSTRUCTION
Roofing & Additions
General Repair Electrical
St. Joe Beach
64848846
8tp 8/21


BOB'S SMALL
ENGINE REPAIR
Tillers, Chain Saws, Lawn
'Mowers & Weed Eaters
Atlantic St., St. Joe Beach
6484106


COSTIIN SURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
422 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 4/17


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







.nk, il was some hing I ale



kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reld Avenue 7
Port St. Joe, Florida
tfr 7/4e


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue
tfc 7/4


Psychological services for
.anyone with problems in
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
RR0049057
2tp 9/18

GENERAL CONTRACTOR
DECKS, FENCES,
PORCHES



Ed Creamer
(904)648-5427
St. Joe Beach, Florida
LAWN and PORCH
FURNITURE
4tp9/11


THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reid Ave. 229-6954
Mon.-Sat., 8 a.m. 8 p.m.
Sun. 10 a.m.-- 6 p.m.
Self service or drop/off


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Constructoq
ra* c lde tlI




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CUSTOM HOMES
MULTI-FAMILY
229-8795
RG0040048


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


The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue No
p N Port St. Joe, Florida O-S
'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 &

S REFINISHING SHOPPE -
REFERENCES Phone 229-6374
Call and Talk to Us About Getting
Your Furniture Refinished to
Look Like New.
Across from Duren's Economy Store,
Highway 98
t c 6/6


SERVICES


We buy, sell and trade us-
ed furniture. Get good prices'
for your unwanted furniture.
Country Peddler. 2294966.



Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
Wauneta Brewer
St. Joe Beach
648-5043
tf5/86



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CERAMICS

Greenware
Firing
Supplies
6 miles south of Wewa
Highway 71




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YOUR TELEPHONE!








Seats Catalog Sales

227-1151
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410 Reid Avenue
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1986


SGardening Is Difficult Here On Coast


Plants, Grasses, Flowers, Subject to Wind, Sand,


y Ry Lee Carter
Extension Agent


Gardening along Florida's
coastline is a difficult propo-


YOUR

FATHER
Life with Father was great. He taught you how to roll CD's
over. Isn't he a member of Tyndall Federal Credit Union?
If he is, then you can join!
Because if anyone in your immediate family is a Tyndall Federal
member, you're eligible to join too. We're talking about your
spouse, your children, your grandchildren, your parents, your
grandparents, your brothers and sisters-even your in-laws!
So what are you waiting for! Don't you want low interest rate
loans? And high-dividend savings? And $ure Chex, the checking
account that pays interest yet has no fees or minimum balance
requirements? And a Visa card with no annual fees and the lowest
interest rate in Northwest Florida? And Genie the Touch-Toine
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We could go on and on with solid, financially sound reasons you
should switch to Tyndall Federal, but we'll
just add one more:
Dollars for United Way! o l
If you join now, and ask your member-
relative to sponsor you, we'll donate your$'1 membership fee to the
United Way.
Let's contribute big! Now's a great time to join!

,^ TYNDALL FEDERAL NCUA
= CREDITUNION
PANAMACITY* TYNDALL AFB PARKER :
PORT ST. JOE 769-8921


sition to say the least. Plants
grown here are subject to
constant wind, abrasion from
blowing sand and exposure to
salt spray. Add to this the
fact that soils near the coast
are very infertile, practically
devoid of important 'soil
organic matter, extremely
dry and often contains excess
salts and you quickly see why
this is a hostile environment
for many ornamental plants.
Fortunately, there are
several ways the homeowner
can partially overcome these
problems. Proper soil pre-
paration is a good place to
start. The inherent low ferti-
lity of coastal soils can be
compensated for by addition
of fertilizers containing nu-
trients needed by plants.
However, fertilizers can
quickly, leach out of these
soils since there is little
humus or clay to hold the
nutrients. So, the real key is
probably the addition of
organic matter. Any type of
organic matter will be bene-
ficial from compost to
.commercial peat. Organic
matter will not only aid
retention of added fertilizer,
but will retain moisture and
make coastal soils less
drought. Fertilizers ,con-
taining minor elements like
iron, copper, zinc, etc. Often
need to be applied to the soil
in coastal areas.
Screens of plant materials
can be used to reduce wind
and sand damage, thus mak-
ing the site better to growing
plants. So far, we have
partially solved some of the
problems of gardening on the
coast, but the remaining
problem excess salt is
perhaps the toughest to over-
come.
Salt adversely affects
Plants in two ways. Excess
salts in the soil greatly
reduce the water, uptake by
plants. Even if,the soil has
plenty of water, little may be
available to plants if too
many salts are present.


COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT FOUR Pd.Pl.
rlm n mlggm.... ,av -Iu..L x


Salt, and Abrasion


manda, flame vine.
Ground covers dichondra,
lily turf, lippia, periwinkle,
trailing lantana, wedelia,
zamia, sedums, dwarf coris-
sa, and many dwarf junipers.
Palms cabbage palm,

I






The Gulf County School
Board recently released the
menus for the week of
September 29 through Octo-
ber 3.
Monday Sept. 29
Corn 'dogs, orange juice,
French fries, milk, pineapple
upside down cake.
Tuesday, Sept. 30
Batter dipped fish, cole
slaw, baked beans, sliced
bread, milk and cookie.
Wednesday, Oct. 1
Sloppy Joe, cheese wedge,
applesauce, buttered corn,
bun and milk.
Thursday, Oct. 2
Beef-a-roni, sliced tomato,
English peas, roll and milk.
Friday, Oct. 3

Country fried steak or
meat loaf, turnip greens,


palmetto, coconut, canary
date, pinto, washingtonia,
and the thrinax and cocco-
thrinax palms.
Many, many trees and
herbaceous plants could also
be listed.


Gulf County
School Lunch

fruit cobbler, cornbread,
milk and rice with gravy.
CARD OF THANKS
My sincere heartfelt
thanks goes out to the many
people who called and prayed
during my illness. You will
never know how much you all
lifted my spirit. May God
bless each and every one of
you.
Doris Johnson


To accelerate the baking
of a potato, first boil it
for about ten minutes.


DID YOU KNOW?


Wyvonne Hattaway

Wyvonne Hattaway


Wyvonne Hattaway


Wyvonne Hattaway



Wyvonne Hattaway


Wyvonne Hattaway

Wyvonne Hattaway



Wyvonne Hattaway


was born and raised. In
Gulf County ...
has worked in your
Courthouse for 12
years. .
has the experience to
run your Clerk's office .

has the qualifications,
from college, job train-
ing and continuous
education ...
will keep all presently
employed employees,.

is conscious about
your tax dollar...
wants to improve this
office to be more effi-
cient for the people ...

has been & will con-
tinue to be there for
you.


NOW YOU KNOW.
VOTE

Wyvonne Griffin Hattaway
Lever 7A Your
CLERK of the CIRCUIT COURT
September 30, 1986
Pd. Pol. Adv.


Ze. W.. ,
CARTER
Secondly, salts can be direct-
ly toxic to plants. Put some
table salt on a wet blade of
grass, and you'll see what
salt-burn looks like. Salt
spray will produce a charac-
teristic scorched or burned
appearance on leaves and
leaves will eventually drop
off the plant. Salt burns not
only leaves but also roots if in
excess in the soils.
For plants susceptible to
salt toxicity there are only
two ways of solving the
problem. Movement of'fresh
water through the soil is the
only method of removing the
salt and washing the salt
from 'the leaves by rain or
irrigation is the only way to
prevent burns. There are no
magical chemicals which
will remove salt from the soil
or plant foliage. Only leach-
ing. with fresh water will
really be effective.
But what if you can't
irrigate or your water supply
is, itself, too salty? Then you
have the second alternative -
remove sensitive plants aind
replace them with salt tole-
rant species.
It would be impossible to
list all the salt tolerant plants
we can grow in Florida but a
selected few might be help-
ful. The following plants are
reported to be highly tolerant
of salt spray.
Vines climbing fig, alger-
ions ivy, honeysuckle, alla-


-'lf


'~'. .


PAGE EN,






THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1986


Apply for Septic Permits

Before Setting Up Trailer


facility at Mexico Beach. The facility dislocated adjacent to the E
Clinic serving M exico Beach on Highway98 at Mexico Beach, and is staffed Monday throughI
9:00 to 5:00. Doctor Carmella Farulla and Dr. Miquel Trevino a
In a recent expansion effort to serve the medical needs of an ever-growing clans who staff the new medical facility.


beaches area, Gulf Pines Hospital of Port St. Joe established a medical arts


The Environmental Health
--' Section of the Health Depart-
ment has the difficult and
usually controversial task of
issuing septic tank permits in
accordance with Florida
State law. Although the task
is difficult, each site must be
reviewed for proper septic'
tank installation. Many sites
throughout the county re-
quire fill dirt which forms a
mound system. The guide-
lines used are state laws and
must be enforced.
Mound systems require
high plumbing stub-outs for
em-..-.,, mobile homes since the sep-
i tic tanks are high above the
original ground. Mobile
homes connected to septic
tanks in mound systems
require higher than normal
express Lane blocking. Higher blocking
Friday from requirement is usually not
re the physi- expected by the mobile home
companies or the owner.
-Star photo However, the mobile home
plumbing stub-out must


Paper Industry Is Doing Well
.-per .,/ c


Disposable
What would be your guess papei
as to what the fastest grow- m-aki
ing paper use in the world is? pers.
It isn't paper bags or paper Ha
boxes. Presi
The fastest growing use of ation


CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT


Diapers Fastest Growing Product On the Market


r in the world is in
ng disposable baby dia-
rold Quackenbush, Vice
dent in charge of Oper-
s at St. Joe Forest


Pa Pol Adv


Thank you all for your continuing support ...
You have.pulled through with me time and
time again. May this be our time to win. I still
Wnt- tqtserye you as your Clerk. Your vote
and spiprrton September 30, Toesday;' is
appreciated.


Products mill here in Port St.
Joe; dropped that juicy piece
of informational fact on the
Rotary Club last Thursday,
as he was telling the club of
the future for paper manu-
facturing here in the local
mill.
Quackenbush told the Ro-
tarians the paper industry is
doing well at this particular
time. He pointed out that
exports of paper and paper
products are down, but, on'
the whole, the paper market
is good at this particular
time.
"We're in a unique position
here, Quackenbush said.
"Linerboard isn't the most
profitable paper one .can.
make these days, and so
many mills have shifted to
producing more expensive
types to the point where the
mills still producing liner-
board are all running pretty
much full time in order to
keep up with the demand.
"We're not producing tfi6e
amount of board we should
be", the VP said. "With the
installation of new equip-
ment and techniques, we still


haven't shaken all the bugs
out yet, so- our production,
isn't yet up to par", Quacken-
bush said.
One of the prime selling
points of.the local mill is the
quality of the sheet produced.
"We strive for quality both in
product and in relationships
between our unions and
management. As a result, we
have one of the best liner-
boards on .the market and we
have a satisfied labor force
which will mark a million
man hours without a lost
time accident sometime next
month. It was back in 1968
when we last accomplished
this feat", he said.
In environmental matters,
the speaker said the state
requirements make it tough
to operate a paper mill
profitably in Florida. "At
least two have shut down
because of this factor", he
pointed out. The Operations
chief said the local Waste
Water Treatment pant had
gone a long way toward
keeping the mill out of
trouble with 'environmental-
ists. "The treatment of waste


water here has improved the
environment in the bay con-
siderably since it went on
line", he pointed out. Still,
the mill is working toward
improving even that showing
within the next couple of
,years.
The speaker said the mill
had reduced the use of
energy in the form of oil
considerably. "Before the oil
crisis began, it was requiring
an average of four barrels of
oil per ton of paper made to
operate. Now, the rate is
down to three-quarters of a
barrel per ton, with the
introduction of new boilers to
the power department. We
must stay competitive with
other paper mills and this is
one of the ways we have done
it", he said.
As for the future, the vice
president said there will be a
-continhued emphasis placed
on putting in new equipment
S"There'is-nothing-useless ..
. in nature; not even
uselessness itself."
-Montaiqne


for the old and more research
done ion ways to conserve
energy and utilize what is
currently waste product.


match the septic tank plumb-
ing inlet.
Recently there has been an
increased number of mobile
homes that have been set up
without first applying for a
septic tank permit. The own-
er is left with a difficult and
expensive task when a
mound system is then re-
quired and the trailer has
been set up for normal septic
tank requirements. Many
times the owner is left with
expense of raising the level of
the mobile home after the
mobile home company has
left.
All the expense and pro-
blems can be avoided simply
by obtaining a septic tank
permit first, before the mo-
bile home is delivered. Plan-
ning is the key, that the
Environmental Health office
emphasizes to owners of land


that will be setting up mobile
homes, used or new, on,
proposed home siles.
Save hundreds of dollars in
reblocking fees simply by
obtaining the septic tank
permit first.

SAY YOU SAW IT IN
THE STARII


CAPE
PLANTATION
AIR PARK
Runway and fairway ,
lots available.
Mark Powell
229-8058
f(c 7124


The Church of the Nazarene
Excitement is in the air. We are a small but growing church
with a big welcome.
SUNDAY SCHOOL....................... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ..................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ....................... 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE .......... 7:00 P.M.
Location: 2420 Long Avenue


Pastor
DARRELL DENNIS


Youth Minister
DWIGHT DENNIS


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With


HANNON INSURANCE
Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943

Auto Home- Business* Life

Flood Bonds Mutual Funds

8:30 till 6:00 Monday through Friday


221 Reid Avenue


Phone 227-1133


. ,WeAG~: RE to Service What We Sell


ROY SMITH, Agent


FRANK HANNON, Agent


Voting Machine Sample Ballot-



Second Primary Election, September 30, 1986 Gulf County, Florida




1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
STATE STATE STATE COUNTY COUNTY
F I C Governor and Lt. Governor Attorney General Commissioner of Education Clerk of Circuit Court Board of County Commissloe
OFFICES (Vote for Group) (Vote for One) (Vote for One)., (Vote for One) DVtrict Four









DEMOCRATIC 1A 2A 3A 4A 7A 8A 9A 10A
Steve Pajcic Jim Smith Robert A Wyvonne Benny James L
Frank Mann Marshall SHams Bob" Ed Griffin C. Nathan "Tank"
(Lt. Governor) (Lt Governor) BUTTERWORTH DUNN HATTAWAY LISTER PETERS, JR. TANKERSLEY






REPUBLICAN 1B 2B 5B 6B
Lou Frey, Jr. Bob Martinez
(Governor) (Governor) Ron Stan
Marilyn Evans-Jones Bobby Brantley HOWARD MARSHALL
(Lt. Governor) (Lt. Governor)
PRECINCTS
8 & 9 Only


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1986


PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
SL' ,.' AMENDMENTS TO BE .VOTED ON
NOVEMBER 4, 1986

NOTICE OF ELECTION

I, GEORGE FIRESTONE, Secretary of State of the
State of-Florida, do hereby give notice that an,
election will be held in each County in Florida,
on November 4, 1986, for the ratification or
rejection of proposed amendments to the
Constitution of the State of Florida:
NO. 1

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE IV, SECTION 4
ARTICLE V, SECTION 17


ARTICL IV

SCTION 4. Cabinet.--


(a) There shall be a cabinet composed ot a secretaryof state, an
attorney general, a comptroller, a treasureP. ,a commissioner of
agriculture and a commissioner of education. In addition to the powers
end duties specified herein, they shall exercise such powers and perform
such 'duties smay be prescribed by lawv. ,
(b) The secretary of state shall keep the records af' the official
acts of the legislative and executive department. s
(c) The attorney general shell b the chief state egal officer.
t Dro utr. t e statewid orosecto h havI h 9ncrrent
our1gctiowvt th thst te att9rney-1o orosecutt vtI n o crjnal
,q dcurlna or h-vin q oqcirr n y9 9r i merludci re;qg 4
r9 'rq ated trn,c 9". r Vilg etj*''; f!ng iq jffe curt w 9gr nmq(f la circuit t prqnv iqd by 'enrT lt v.
Tet = 6`atev Doroiecutqr SLI M i *ontd pvthe atorpey aenersi fom
not s than three T ns noin by the iudc noinetlna
Oission for the suoreme court, or as otherwise orovided Ov qnygral


(d) The comptroller' shall serve as the chief fiscal officer of the
state, and shall settle and approve accounts against the state.-
S(e)"'The treasurer shall keep all state funds and securities. He
shall disburse state funds only upon the order of'the comptroller. : Such
order- may 'be in any forn and may require the disbursement of state funds
by electric means or by means of a magnetic tape or any other transfer

(1f) The commissioner of agriculture shall have supervision of matters
pertaining to agriculture eacept as otherwise provided by lav.
(g) The commissioner of education shall Supervise the public
education system in the manner prescribed by law.
ARTICLE V
.. 1. "....' .* JOUDICIAXY
SECTION 17. State attorneys.--In each judicial circuit a state
attorney shell be elected for a ,term of four years. ExeDot as otherwise
. rovdjd Jn this qonsttution he shall be the prosecuting officer of all
P trl courts In that circuit and shall perform other duties prescribed by
general lavr provided, however, when authorized by general lav. the
violations of all municipal ordinances may be prosecuted by municipal
prosecutors A state attorney shall be an elector of the state and
reside in the territorial jurisdiction of. the circuit.._He shell- be and
haevi been a member of the bar of Florida for tiem preceding five years.
He shall devote full time to his duties, and he shall not engage in the
private practice of law. State attorneys shall appoint such assistant
state attorneys as may be authorfted b; la.' .
SNO. 2

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 15
SECTION 15. CASINO GAMBLING AUTHORIZED
(aThe conduct and operation of casino gambling is authorized as hereinafter
pr.vided.
(bi Casino gambling shall be permitted only in a county where the electors of
tbghcounty, pursuant to an initiative referendum, have authorized the conduct
anrfoperation of casino gambling. Said initiative referendum may limit the con-
duct and operation of casino gambling to geographic areas within the county.
Nothing shall preclude the electors of a county from establishing additional
geographic areas for.casino gambling by subsequent referenda.
(c) In any county where casino gambling has been approved as provided in
subsection (b) above, such casino gambling shall only be conducted and
operated at hotels with 500 or more sleeping units which have been licensed by
state authority enacted pursuant to subsection (e) below.
(d I The types of gambling permitted in a casino shall be baccarat, blackjack or
twenty-one, craps, keno, poker, roulette, french roulette and slot machines.
Ot ler types of gambling permitted in a casino may be authorized by general
law.
(e ,Within the legislative session unmediately following the adoption of this sec-
tion, the legislature shall enact the laws necessary to assure reasonable limita-
tion, licensing, regulation and taxation of casino gambling. -

NO. 3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII," SECTION 6
S-ARTICLE XII, SECTION 20


ECTION 6. Homestead exemptLons.--
Ja) Every person who has the Legal or equitable title to real
estate. and maintain thereon the permanent residence of the owner or
another legally ao naturally dependent upon "the owner, shall be
eseept from taxation thereon, excep assessments for special'
benbfLts, up to the assessed valuation of fLve thousand 4dllare, jupon
Sstablisnhmnt of tight thereto n the manner prescribed, by law. .The
real estate may be held by legal or equitable title, by'the
entiretles, jointly, ih comon. an a condomLnium, or indirectly by
stock ownership or membership representing the owner's or'aembdr's'
4prop&fEqy interest in a. corporation owning a- fee or a leasehold
nitally in excess of ninety-eight years. .
. (b) Not mora than one exemption shall be allowed any individual
or family unit or with respect to any residential unit. No exemption
shall exceed che value of the real estate assessable to the owner ocr
in case of ownership through stock or membership in a corporation,
the value of the proportion which his interest in the corporation
bears to the assessed value of the property.
* (C) 'By general law and subiact to conditions specified therein,
the exemption snail be increased by one-half of the assessed
valuation in excess of five thousand dollars, until the amount of the
exemption equals twenty-five thousand dollars to-e-teetl--of--twenty-
five--eheusand--dotterso--e-she-ssasesed-veahe-et-the-reet-estaete-feor
each-schoe*-diseret-teevyT--By-qeneral-ia-and-sabeeee-to--eondietons
speet*ed-sheresn--ehe--eeampeson--for--att-eother--teetes--may--be
iscreased-ep-ee-sn-smeone-nor-eseeedvng-hen-ahoueemnd-doIaers--e.--the
rtitty-tse-er-t.-vetotay-snd-per.Mnesity-dsabled-mmd-ti-the-owmer-
sao-eneftled-hte-le-eeempeton-provsded-tn-subsaeeCtson-td)..
fdl--By--generas--iae-and-subhee-eo-condhtonas-speetfted-theretnB
ithe-esepeten-shate-be-tnereesed-to-s-teeas-et-she-foiotemng--amounes
e---ssesased--eatae--e*-re-t-estae-flnr-each-ievy-ether-thMn-ekoae-98
eehasn-dessrutees-#Elteen--shoesand--deotees--enth--eesmeee--to--h9Ce


masessmeson: I teney- thousand- do d s -.iht-:. sh -- s e-
toer--i15l-and-eaen-year-thereafteer However, such increase shall not
apply with respect to any assessment roll until sucn roll is fust
determined to be In compliance with the provisions of section 4 by a,
Stata agency designated by general Law. This subsection shall stand
rpealed on the effective date of any amendment to section 4 which
provides for the assessment of homestead property at a specified
percentage of its just value.
Sedctet By general law an subject to conditions specified
therein, the Legslature may provide to renters, who are permanent
residents, ad valorem cas relief on all ad valorea tca levies. Such
ad valores tas relief snall b In the form and amount established by
general la*
ARTICLE XII "
SCHEDULE


SECTION 20. Application of homestead exempt Ion.--Ths amendment to
Section 6 of Article Vrl specifying application of the homesteld
exemption with respect to one-halfof ,the assessed value over $5,050
shial cake effect Jnuary 1, 1987. .

NO 4

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE IV, SECTION 10
ARTICLE V, SECTION 3
ARTICLE IV
.EXeCUTIVE
SECTION 10. Attorney' qeneral.--The attorney general shall, as
directed by general law, request the opinion of the justices of the
supreme court as to the validity of any initiative petition
circulated pursuant to Section 3 of Article XI. The justices shall,
subject. to their rules of procedure, permlt interested persons to be
heard on the questions presented and shall render their written
opinion expeditiously.


ARTICLE V
JUDICIARY


SECTION 3. Supreme court.--
(a) ORGANIZATION.--The supreme court 'shall consist of seven
justices Of the seven justices each appellate district Shall have
atr least, one 'Justice;elected or appointed from the district-to the
saurmes court who is a resident of the district at the time of his
original appointment or election. rive justices shall,constitute a
ggbrum. The concurrence. of four justices shall be necessary to a
decision. -When, recusals -.fr -cause would.prohibit the court froam
convening because of the requirements of this section, judges
assigned to temporary duty may be substituted for justices.
(b) IJURISDICTIONr-The supreme courts
: it (i) Shall hear appeals from final 'Judgments of trial courts
Simposing the death- penalty and from decisions'of district courts of
appeal declaring invalid.a state statute or a proviLiLon of the state
constitution. .
(2) When: provided by general.,law, shall hearlappeale fram final
judgmntentered in proceedings for the validation of bonds or
certificates of indebtedness and shall review actionrof statewide
agencies 'relating to rates or seoryce of utilities providing
electric. gaa or telephone service.
(3) May review &any. decision.,of a district.court of appeal'that
expressly declares valid a state statute, or that expressly construes'
a provision of the state or federal constitution, or that expressly
affects a class of constitutional or state officers, or that
expressly and directly conflicts with a decision of another district
court of appeal or of the' supreme court on the same question of law.
(4) Nay- review any decision of a district court of appeal that
passes upon a question certified by it to be of great public
importance, or that is certified by it to be in direct conflict with
a decision of another district court of appeal.
(5) May review any order or judgment of a trial court certified
by the district court of appeal in which an appeal is pending to be
of great- public importance, or to have a-great effect on the proper
administration ot justice throughout the atate, and certified to
require immediate resolution by the supreme'court.
(6) May review a question of law certified by the Supreme Court
of the United States or a United Statee Court of Appeals which is
S deteremLative of the cause and for which there is no controlling
precedent of the supreme court of.dlorLda-. '
(7) aYv issue writs of prohibition to courts and all writs


Antlerless Deer Hunts Set by the



Game & Fresh Water Fish Comm.


The Game and Fresh Wa-
ter Fish Commission has set
a quota of 1,870 antlerless
deer to be taken by hunters
on 10 wildlife management
areas this year. Sportsmen
who indicated on quota hunt
applications that they are
interested in taking antler-
less deer will be notified
within the next few weeks if
they are selected to receive
antlerless' deer permits for


Citrus, Joe Budd, Salt
Springs, Three Lakes, Green
Swamp, Camp Blanding,
Apalachee, Champion Inter-
national and Moore's Pas-
ture wildlife management
areas. Antlerless deer per-
mits for the G.U. Parker
Wildlife Management Area
will be. issued at check
stations on Jan. 24 and 25.
Additional general gun per-
mits will be issued after a


separate drawing for Roten-
berger, Holey Land and
Everglades wildlife manage-
ment areas. Some sportsmen
will receive authorization to
take antlerless deer during
the general gun hunts on
these areas.


Licensed hunters also will
be authorized to take antler-
less deer on private property
statewide Nov. 29-30. How-
ever, spotted fawns and the
tiny key deer of the Florida
Keys may not be taken at any
time.


Black Bear Season

Opens This Saturday


The first big game hunting
of the year will begin on Sept.
27, when black bear season
opens on the Apalachicola
Wildlife Management Area
only. Special permits are


required for this hunt. Addi-
tional bear hunting will begin
in November in the Osceola
Wildlife Management Area
and in Baker and Columbia
counties.


IN CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRtUIT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
,W Case No. 86-9
NCNB NATIONAL BANK OF
FLORIDA, a Florida Banking Cor-
poration,
Plaintiff(s),
vs.
CLAUDE SAPP and his wife, EUNICE
SAPP, GULF COUNTY FARMS,
INC., LYNN HAVEN COMMERCIAL
BANK, a Banking Corporation and
WEST FLORIDA GAS COMPANY,
Defendantss.
CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
under a Final Judgment of Foreclo-
sure entered by the Judge of the Cir-
cuit 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 86-98,1 Iwill sell at public auc-
tion 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
theilst day of October, 1986, that cer-
tain parcel of real property described
as follows:.
Begin at the NE Corner of S of
Lot I Original or S% of SEY, of
SW%, Section 31, T4S, R9W and
runWest 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, RsW, 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, ROW,
Gulf County, Florida, lying West
of State Road 171, more particu-
larly described as follows: Com-
mence'-at SW corner of Sec. 19.
MIS, ROW, Gulf County, Florida,
thence N 2"i2'30" W along the W
line of said See. 19 for 1486.68 feet
to the POB, thence continue N
2'52'30" W along the W line of said
Sec. 19 for 265.53 feet; thence N
71'3'40" E for 796.18 feet; thence
SI186'20" E for 256 feet; thence S
7143'40" W for 868.68 feet to POB.
JERRY GATES,
Ov: YOf inDeputy Clerk
St 9/18

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-
ed Apartment Complex to be located
at Garrison Avenue. Any person 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 O.
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-
cult Court of Gulf County, Florida, in
accordance with the Final Decree in
Foreclosure heretofore entered in the
above-styled cause inthe Circuit Court
of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, in


necessary to the complete exercise of its jurisdiction.
(8) Hay issue 'writs of mandamus and quo warrant to state
officers and state agencies,
(9) May, or any justice may, issue writs of habeas corpus
returnable before the supreme court or any justice, a district court
of appeal or any judge thereof, or'any circuit judge.,
(10) Shall, when requested by the attorney general pursuant to
the provisions of Section 10 of article IV, render an advisory
opinion of the justices, addressing issues as provided by general
law.
(c) CLERK AND MARSHAL.--The supreme court shall appoint a clerk
and a marshal who shall hold office during the pleasure of the court
and perform such duties as the court directs.. Their compensation
shall be fixed by general law. The marshal shall have the power tot
execute the process of the court throughout the state, and in any
county may deputize the sheriff or a deputy sheriff for such purpose.

NO. 5

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 15

SECTION 15. State operated lotteries.-
(a) Lotteries may be operated by the state.
(b) If any subsection or subsections of the Amendment to the Florida Constitu-
tion are held unconstitutional for containing more than one subject, this Amend-
ment shall be limited to subsection (a) above.
(c) This Amendment shall be implemented as follows:
(1) Schedule-On the effective date of this Amendment, the lotteries shall
be known as the Florida Education Lotteries. Net proceeds derived from
the lotteries shall be deposited to a state trust fund, to be designated The
State Education Lotteries Trust Fund, to be appropriated- by the
Legislature. The schedule may be amended by general law.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the
Great Seal of the State of Florida at Tallahassee, the Capitol, this the llth day of
August, A.D., 1986.











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and for Gulf County, Florida, will offer
for sale and sell and public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash at
the Gulf'County Courthouse in Port St.
Joe, Florida, between the legal hours
'of sale on the 3rd day of October at
11:00 o'clock A.M., the following-
iescribed property located in Gulf
County, Florida:
Begin at the Northwest Corner of
the Northeast Quarter of the
Southeast Quarter of Sectioa..4,
Township 4 South, Range 10 West,
in Gulf County, Florida; thence
run SW948'E, 574.0 feet along the
Quarter Section line to the Point of
Beginning; thence run S8948'E,
150 feet; thence run S00'22'E, 454
feet; tlhence run N47901'W, 115 feet
along center of graded road;
thence run N71'18'W, 52 feet along
center line of graded road; thence
run N0020W, 399 feet to the Point
of Beginning, a/k/a Area "G" of
Stone Creek Acres, an unrecorded
plat.
DATED THIS llth day of
September, 1966.
STonya.Knox
Deputy Clerk
2t9-18

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Adoption of
ROBERT CLAYTON ANDERSON,-
a minor.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
TO: BOBBY GORDON ANDERSON
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for the adoption of a minor child has
been filed and you. are required to
serve a copy of your defenses if any on
Thomas S. Gibson, Petitioner's at-
torney, whose address is P. O. Box 39,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, on or
before October 10, 1986 and file the
original with the clerk of this court
either before service on Petitioner's
attorney or Immediately tfefafter-or-
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this court on the 5th day of September,
1986.
Is/ Tonya Knox,
Deputy Clerk 4t9/11

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 Circult Court,.
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after
'-the firstpublication ofthis notice; the *
fictitious name or trade name under
which they will be engaged in business
and in which said business is to becar-'
ried on, to-wit:
SAND DOLLAR REALTY
P.O. Box 156
Cape San Bias
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Margie Kelley, Broker, Owner
4t9/l1

NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commission of
Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company or corpora-
tion interested in selling the County
the following described personal pro-
perty:
One [1] New Diesel Truck
Delivery date must be specified.
Liquidated damages for failure to
deliver unit on specified date will be
set at $25.00 per day.
Specifications on file at Clerk's Of-
fice.
Bids will .be received until 9:00
o'clock A.M., E.S.T., October 14,1986,
at the Office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe,
FL32456.
The Board reserves the right to re-
ject any and all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: -s- Billy Branch
Chairman
2t 9-18


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FLORIDA GOLD
ORANGE
JUICE
64oz.e n
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT
EXPIRES SEPT. 30, 1986


MARTHA WHITE
FLOUR
51b. bag
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE
EXPIRES SEPT. 30, 1986



DOMCO
PEANUT $699
OIL
2 gallon jar
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE
EXPIRES SEPT. 30, 1986


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