The star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028419/02447
 Material Information
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: October 21, 1982
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
lccn - sn 95047323
System ID: UF00028419:02447

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:time pait. The "headsto'ne is autheni'e
history, but there .Is 'nothing in the grave
under it. -Star photo

Old Cemetery Graves

Members of the St. Joseph Historical
Society have expressed their chagrin at
having vandals come into the old ceme-
tery, a historical site, and damage and
destroy graves and grave markers.
According to Jesse Stone, an officer in
-the Historical Society, vandals have
regularly damaged crypts, headstones and
other items in he old cemetery, "seeming-
ly for no reason at all".
, "Nobody could have a reason for going
into the old' crypts at the cemetery", Stone
said. "There i. nothing uin' le . . .. hIoi
even a body. whatever r was tiiide was,
removed long ago".
"Stobe said the old cemetery is merely a
historical exhibit now.. "We couldn't even
find remains when the" Flofida State,
University archeological team dug in the
cemetery several years ago.' Whatever

might have been there at one time, is gone
now even before the modern-day vandals
came on the scene."
Stone pointed out 'the Historical
Society, along with the City of Port St. Joe
has spent' considerable time and money
restoring the old cemetery as a historical
marker of'the past of Old St. Joseph. "The
cemetery is, right where it was -over 100
years ago", Stone said. If we can keep the
vand ls out, we, wait to -preserve the
cetfnetit.ry s a markR.fj.h. ast lorles of

whehthey come in for no reason and tear..
thigsup." ' . . , ' '
:'tone 'said vandals had recently torn '
in the old ciy ts'again. 'Thdy have been
re-built several times after they have been
broken open. . '
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Rental Unit Repairs On Tap

HUD Promise Fall

WWP Construction Bids Due In N

Port St' Joe. will receive approval for
renovation of' only six rental units with govern-
ment 'financing - maybe.
' Recently, a representative of the Department
of Housing and Urban Development spent over an
hour to convince the City.Commiission qualified
city residents, could. have their rental. homes
rehabilitated and,.the government would pick up
.thde'6cstto:'the renter if he couldn't 'pay for the
improvements in increase ,ient. The HUD grant
would also endorse any loan a property owner'
night. have"' to6' ike, in ' ter 'to. m- ke. .' the'
,-iniprovemientlwhichwould haye, to' approved lb-.
the HUDooffiqial. The idea was to make the homes
more ,habitabland.'more energy efficient;., -
The target of all' this largess was those who
could not afford to make such repairs' to the home
they were living in or pay increased rent charges
to'landlords who might make the improvements.
.The target of the program was rental-'property.
This week, HUD informed the City bf,Port-St.
Joe that the sum total of iix homes MAY get the
renovation attention.. - . -
Port St..Joe may.have some $7,2,000 available.
to spend up to $12,000 per unit to'make the repairs
or improvements.. The.rehabilitation work may
start around April 1 of hext year.
Before even these six homes can be repaired;'
there has to be funds, made available (around
January 1, 1983) . and' public hearings held
following the allocation qf" funds.
Landlords with houses to be improved milst
apply for the privilege. and will be taken on a Ojrst
come, first served basis. No applications' can be
accepted intil after the. public hearing is 'held.

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One of the' lighter d"ckets
faced the Gulf 'County Ci'cdit
'"ek,./ -*"*' 'J :"
MWith Jud geefissell 'B6wer.
, officiatingfor the val tioning
',Larry Bdif" ord, .four defen-
dants entered pleas on Mon-
day and six defendants faced
action .by the court. .
MWhday morning 'three ,de-
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This date is still to be established
Dr. Richard Jones of Jones and Edmunds,
Engineers reported to the City Commission
Tuesday night on the status of a major
construction project coming up in the City to make
certain changes at the Wastewater Treatment
'Plant at thO urging of the Department of
Environmental Regulation.
. The.Commission has'been concerned over the
S ,.time-table set up lor the projects. Making plans to
,-'^pay "fbr the improvements with earned: interest'
coming into the City, there isn't presently enough
. money available to pay for all the work at one
time. If all the projects' were let at one time and
.,work started, the 'City could possibly have to
borrow money to pay fpr some of the work.
This isn't the case, according to Jones' report
Tuesday. "You cannot lef construction permits in
'some' of, tHese' projects until. DER gives you a
permit to perform them. They have not yet given
. that'permit"., Jones said. He pointed out that even
though DER is wanting the changes made, they
are the ones who have put q stumbling block in the
,,road with their failure to issue a construction
* permit' : .
Jones said he %was confident the permits would
be issued, but.he didn't have.any idea as to when.
Aids on the several projects of construction,'
including dredging the 70-acrq holding pond at the
plant, .and will be returnable on Monday,
November 15. Jones said all potential bidders have
been notified of the lack of permit from DER and
notified.there will likely be some delay in some of
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Court Calendar Monday

fendants filed pleas to charges in'.court fqD plea day. The
hbich bad been filed and face coirt alsd ektreated the bond
t-dates January of next she ted when arrested.
,year. . . .w l' ie� wer ruled that the
:One. case, -the - State . ~ hht should be held'
Fi6brida ..againt. Tria '. Jov, '. i hdut bond by the Sheriff's
Osbuip on a charge, of Battery', De prtment-until-she appears
onh dliice officer and posses beforee a -judge, after the
sion of'canfiais, resulted in a'- capias is'served.
capias being issued against- Three 'defendants entered
"Osburn,who failed to show up plOas of not'guilty before the
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court on various charges. All There was no decision in he'
three had thblr trial dates set case. "'
for JanuACr 17,' 1983. *'- --" A' jury found Olden Wadt
Jimmy Lee Lewis-entered guilty of a' charge, of ag
not guilty pleas to two char- vated assault. He' will'.ll
ges of possession of a firearm. sentenced later following"
by a convicted felpn.' pre-senitence investigation ,?
Hilton D. Sewell entered a his record. -
pot guilty plea to.a charge of Wellington Farmer was 'be
principal to arson. ing tried on Wednesday'. moi
Charles Bostick filed a not ning on a charge of delivery,,
guilty response to a charge of cannabis.
aggravated assault with a A charge of dealing a
firearm. mii na a inst iKennedt

With Circuit Court into its
third day of trials Wednesday,
Two cases had been disposed
of, one trial was .in progress
Wednesday morning, .two had
entered pleas of guilty and one
case was postponed until the
January, 1983 term of court.
A hung jury failed to deter-
mine the guilt or innocence of
Rosa Lee Williams, who .had
been charged by the State of
Florida with welfare fraud.

imari ljuana gao iL Ki t iU�t
Smith was continued by tl
court until the January se
sion. ' :
Entering pleas of guilty
their charges were Sands
..Jones, who pled guilty, tol;
charge of welfare fraud '.a
Donald Beatty, who was chiI
ged with possession of cann
bis with intent to sell. . -
The .guilty pleas will .n
have their sentence pasml
until a pre-sentence investing
tion is performed.

In the photo at right, Sheriff Murphy
shows off a branch from the marijuana plants

discovered near Stone Mill Creek last week.
In the photo at left. the illegal plants are

shown growing among the natural growth in a field of pot plants was discovered by a Game
field where they were being cultivated. The Department officer.

Man Charged ith Growing

Gulf County Sheriff's Department has
arrested a Gulf County man and charged him
with cultivation of marijuana, after a Friday
stake-out of a suspect field and observance of
the defendant.
* Arrested last Friday was Robert R. King,
age 37,, of Stone Mill Creek. King has been
charged with the growing of the weed and
faced County Judge David Taunton for first
appearance. He was released on $5,000 bond.

According to Sheriff Ken Murphy, King is
being charged with cultivating three patches
of marijuana plants, containing 46 plants. The
plants were growing on property near the'
King home. Pictures show several mature
plants in the patch, producing the illegal
Sheriff Murphy says. his department
gained information about the field by
accident. Murphy said, "Officer BoblShipman

of the Florida Game and Fish Co
was investigating gun shots whi
coming from property adjacent to i
property, when he happened upon
juana field."
Shipman notified the Sheriff's
ment of his find and Shipman,
Davilla, investigator Phil McL
Deputy Bobby Bagby, set up a stake
Friday, King was observed by the te


commission from his,house to the marijuana field and was
ich were - observed taking leaves from the plants.
Ar. King's The officers then obtained a search.
n a mari- warrant and seized three patches of 46
marijuana plants in the field, three bags of
s Depart- marijuana, each weighing one pound, some
Lt. Jack marijuana residue and' some dried plants
,eod and hanging in the subject's barn. The marijuana
ke out. On was estimated at 80 pounds and had an
eam going estimated street value-of $25,000.

.;O-ily A Pitfifuil Fe'w ShoW' Up toDon'ate''Blood In Drive Tusday .
A pitiful few. showed -up- collected Tuesday Oy the Red up to donate blood", she said emphasis ias placedon, get- send theii employees or mem- help .o"ut iu the' drive. Dr.
Tuesday to donate blood in the - ross unit at te Gulf Pines Late in the day Tue .sday, ting im rogniz~tions to 'bers tothe donation site to (Continued On -Page 2)
Red Cross blood drive here in Hospital in a drive which was *
Port St. Joe. epeted to cllect H50laduVnits.e Ditrk..n si nesN m d
Red Cross is the supplier for ThMdivftokin4huis" m isio
ifiole, fresh blood to the Port last drive in May of hsyear. h S Dt or fCm ahcl otenRira opn.

St. Joe and Panama City
hospitals and depends on the
drives to maintain the supply
(9 to the medical centers.
According to Dr. Shirley
Simpson, only 23 units.were

According to Dr. Simpson,
the ladies out-gave the men in
the Tuesday drive. "There
were 'hardly any: men who
showed up to donate blood",
she said.' . .

. .Governuor uuBob Grahnamu ias ewer Va sr cEt1 au w0 vU.�
announced the appointment of missioners.
Lewis D. Miles, Karlton E. Miles, 31, of Highland View,
Strickland, Michael L. Wood, is the chief. mechanic for the
Virgil Lipford, and Martin B. Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Adkison to the Gulf County. Strickland, 26, of Port St.
Highland View Water and'. Joe,' is a machinist for Apa-

Wood, 26, of Port St. Joe, is a
self-employed boat builder.
' Lipford, 33, of Port: St. Joe,
is an insurance salesman for
Independent Life? Insurance

Adkison, 27, of Highland
View, is a purchasing agent
for the Frank A. McBride
All of the above terms will
expire in June, 1985.

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'.This damaged headston.i was, broken �
in the middle by vandals.- Note theerack
near the bottom where it was danlaged in

Vandals Strike

River Camps

Face Extinction.,

The camps of several sportsmen became endanger-
ed species along a section of the Apalachicola River this
week, along with some of the bugs and bees. Several of '
the sportsmen who maintain camps on the river and
immediate area, received a rude shock when they were
notified their river camps would no longer be a place of .-1
Retreat and relaxation. "
For years, sportsmen in Gulf County have built fish-
camps on the river on "leased" property along the river
banks which they were able to squat on for a small rental
'- usually about $1.00 a year - but no. more.
Recently, the Department of Natural Resources
purchased vast stretches of shoreline on the Apalachi-
cola and some on the Brothers River and placed it under
their wing to prevent further "damage" to the ecology
along the River and its tributaries. The purchase was
made from MK Ranches, when the State told the
farming operation they would have to drastically curtail
their operations along the river and adjacent to the river ..
banks. MK told the State they should purchase their land
if they were to be kept from using it. Ths is what the..
state did.
The State of Florida has now expressed itself as not -
quite so lenient as past land owners for allowing fish
camps to exist on their property for little to no rent.:
Notice was served to those who have camps on
leased lands, on what is now state lands, that they must
remove the camps from the property.
Some camp owners have developed comfortable and
elaborate houses on the banks of the river over the
years, with some camp owners enjoying their home
away from home situation for Up to 30 years. Even these
have to be removed from the property. -
Those camp owners who own the land they are on, or
have leases which are not now on state property are safe.
from the order.
The area affected by the DNR order is particularly
heavily populated with the camps and has long been a
favorite place for permanent and occasional campers.

Industry-Deep Water Port--Fine Peopl - Safest Beaches In Florida

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[ovember 15
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the projects until permits are received.
Jones also reported on a survey of the City's
sewers which was made to determine the amoul i..
of water intrusion into the system. He said most oT
the City's sewer problems with ground water.was'.
coming from the manholes, which are leaking
badly. ','
He reported that a plaster lining placed in th-
manholes would' curtail the water infiltration to
great extent. "If you take care of this problem np
you may 'find that any other water infiltration -'f.
cheaper'left as is,,rather than try to stopi.,t",
said. '
In other items of'business, the Commissio,
-Agreed to allow Material Transfer, Ifte,
tie up barges in front of the Wastewat4:
Treatment Plant, installing tie-down structutefr
adjacent to the property at a rate of $150:00 p6er",
mofith. - .. '
-Agreed to pay Modern Water for install
of a deep well, sprinkler system and insta
pump at 'the new perpetual care ce.aer*':
The City withheld $3,000 of what was due until ffi'
controls are in place and tested. The cqntro6.vl-,
cannot be installed until a pump house isbuii'.
This project is on the agenda to start within-th4,.
next few days.
-Considered a request for a zoning varianc!-'.
for Thompson Temple church in Block 1008.. :",.l
-Agreed to contact the Departmento
Transportation concerning the condition of the'
railroad crossing on Highway 98 near th'
Container Plant entrance.

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.Editorials and Opinions



THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1982

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figurre outm
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g-Aonder wr
v.es at
pleasure o
P.y and tea
:V. hat do th
profit? Are
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lireeasons ari
' ta'r up the
( emet
about the t
d "aged
*ere torn
Extremes o
vauables i
ere valua
i.iey are
S graves hav
S an a spri
:bmbs have
ine again
mmraxes in t
1ave't be
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i~was ever
,probably ta
oe was setl
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No Reason for


ts frustrating trying to for the kicks involved, all we can
why people do some of the think to say on this is that those
y do. persons doing this thing have some
)f the frustrating things pretty wierd ideas about what
ikes us regularly is to constitutes kicks!
hy people would want to If tearing up old graves titillates
and desecrate'the old anybody, they need to go see
t the old St. Joseph somebody. Their titillater is mal-
Why do people find functioning.
ir satisfaction in coming
aring up the old crypts? If someone is tearing up the
hey hope to gain by these graves just to "get away" witi
Is it fun? Do they hope to something, they did:
e they mad at someone? If this makes up a sense of
making a dare? adventure for this person or persons,
ur opinion, none of these they have a warped sense, of
re enough to'periodically adventure. Stealing into a former
vaults and crypts in the graveyard, which is 'now merely a
ery? it seems to happen historical.site, and tearing up a pile
ry five or ten years, or of bricks sort of smacks at being jdst
ime the vaults get rebuilt a little more than off-beat. We can't
" after the last time they imagine how that would '. thrill.
up.' anybody.
was no need to go to such Tearing down those graves and
n the idea that there were tombs could be work' Likely those
n the old graves. If there who are doing this deed hadn't
tables in the first place, thought of that. If they had realized
long since gone. Those they were working, likely they would
e been dug up more times, have left the things alone' nd gone to
*inkg flower garden. The easier activities. World. would" turn
all been torn up time arid off a person who could be tarned-on
i. There are no 'known by destroying an old' gave, in 'our
the old cemetery which way of thinking.
en dug up or torn up We hope, that if they-get the
es in years past: If there urge to repeat. their actions of the
anything in them, 'it wais past, they will think better of their
iken even before Port St. ways. They are only costing the City
ttled for the second time. of Port St. Joe the expense of having
rypts are torn up merely to build them back.:. '. '

Our Own Fault?

The economy has everyone
.scratching their heads these days.
I,.obody, will admit to the blame, but
;ervone--is more than willing- Io
x t.fnger'at the 6n4or "ones they'
ihkisto blame.
President Reagan took to the
the other night and tried to
tst the blame from* his own
shoulders, taking the position he was
ie one who was finally trying to do
.something to correct our money ills-.
S.-Died in the wool Democrats still
'blame the Republicans, with the
lbider ones remembering Herbert
jHoover and saying, "I told you so: If
youx.vote for those Republicans, the
country will go broke every time."

Of course this isn't so and no less
conservative and sensible colum-
niit than James Kilpatrick said this
in one of his columns last week.
Kilpatrick said if we continue to
toint a finger at the one or ones who
have caused our economy to become
soft, we will never point it at the

right person unless we do outr finger
pointing in front..of, a mirror..
S,-~r 4n 'a paragraph,-. Kilpatrick "
.'..plae the blanie for'ouIr monetary
,ills and,we quote: -
"The truth of the matter is that l
both parties share in the, blame for
the mess we are in. Both Republican'
and Democratic presidents share 'in
the' blame. Both management and
labor 'share in the blame. We, the
gluttonous, myopic" self-seeking e
people share in the blame. There is
plenty of blame to 'go around." .
He went on. to say the problem
with our economy is "the govern-
ment's fiscal mess is largely a
consequence of certain irresponsi-
ble measures enacted; by 'the
Congress in the years sihce Lynd6n .�
Johnson. The treasury never had the 9
money to pay for them." n
In other words, Kilpatrick offers
the unpopular but probably true idea
that our economy is iri a,"-iess
today because of our selfishness as a
people and as a' nation yesterday. i

Th.? best I can remember it
was about 5:30 a.m. on a
Monday. My oldest son woke
me saying, "Dad, could I talk
to you a few minutes before
everyone else gets up?" I
stumbled to the bathroom,
washed my face, brushed my
teeth and sleepily made my
way to the kitchen.
He was seated at the dining
table. I plugged in the coffee

Fog Makes

Fall Driving


During the coming months,
one of the most deadly driving
hazards, fog, will be making
it annutial appearance said the
Florida Highway Patrol this
* Records from previous
years show that November,
December and January are
the most dangerous 'months
for fog related crashes.
LtU Colonel Roger C. Collar,
acting Patrol director said,
"If we could teach drivers to
sow down at the first sign of
fog, many chain-reactiob acci-
denfs could be prevented."
-He continued, "If visibility
is reduced to such an extent
that' continued' operation
wduld' be dangerous, drivers
should slow down gradually,
move off the roadway as far as
possible onto the shoulder and
turn on emergency flashers.
Do not stop in the road. If the
occupants get out of the
vehicle, they should move
away from the roadway as
fir as possible."
Motorists are urged-to re-
port dense fog, especially if
mixed with smoke to the
nearestt patrol station or police
departmenL .... ,

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Simpson said St. Joseph Tele-
phone and Telegraph Com-
pany employees replied to the
challenge with the largest
"We'ire going to give them a
plaque of appreciation for
their response and try to build
up'some competition between
organizations, clubs and
churches' before the next
drive", Dr. Simpson said. She
pointed out she doesn't think
people aren't' interested' in
giWing blood. "They are just
not motivated and we're going
to try and motivate them
before the next drive".
The blood program is pro-
moted on a local basis by a
Red Cross' volunteer group
who give"their time to organ-
ize the blood drive.

pot and slowly made my way
to the. table, wondering what
could be so important that he
would want to discuss this
early in the morning A
thousand thoughts raced
through my mind. He's on
dope, I concluded, and wants
to confess and seek help.
I "Dad," he started, "I have
been thinking. You know the
motorcycle I have been bug-
ging you.about?" "Yes, Son,"
was my nervous reply. "Well,

Dad," he continued, not seem-
ing to hear my reply, "I don't
want it anymore!" I couldn't
believe what I was hearing.
"Just a minute, Son," I said
weakly, "let me get a cup of
It was true. He had decided
to forget the motorcycle and
%as going to do all his chores
without being prodded. "I am
going to endeavor, with all my
might, to be the exact type of
son you want me to be " You

could have knocked me over
with a biddie feather!
Before I could reply my wife
walked into the kitchen and
sat at the table with us. "Do
you mind if I join you?" she
asked. "There's something I
want to tell you," she said
mildly, looking directly at me.
"Honey, I've cancelled my
shopping trip to Tallahassee.
You see, I've decided that I
can fix up some of my old
outfits and get by until we can
be in better shape to afford
some new clothes. Besides,
you need new clothes much
more than l do." I was on the
verge of tears!
When I arrived at my office
my secretary was waiting on
me "Mr. McCron wants to see
you in his office immediate-
ly!" she said excitedly. "I
don't know what it's about,"

she continued, "but it must be
important because he's been
here since seven o'clock this
"Shad," he started, with a
smile on his face, "effective
today, you are getting a 15
percent pay increase!" I was
stunned! "Why?", I asked
cautiously. "I haven't even
asked for a raise." "I know
you haven't, but you have
been working hard and you
are dedicated and you deserve
it and you are getting it!" I
couldn't help it, I cried!
I was still crying when I
woke up. "What on earth is the
matter?", my wife asked,
with a concerned look on her
face. "Nothing, Honey, but I'll
tell you this, my Monday
mornings will never by the
And they haven't, either!

Passing Time Brings Continuous Changes In Our Nation and the Seasons

l*ii HAVE YOU NOTICED there are
''inore people in the United States now
" -than there were last year?
:. It's. a fact.
. According to the U.S. Bureau of the
'L.Census, the United States has grown by
S :some four million people since the
' Census was last taken, two years ago.
i; According to the report, that's
about a 7.2 gain per 1,000 population.
'-: It was already getting to be a hard
,task to find a solitary corner some-
'.,4where in order to "ruminate over our
,-' innermost thoughts in private.
, Four million people is a lot of
-3, :people. If my'memory is correct, that
Means the United States has grown in
,.. ,population by a number half the size of
:.the population of the State of Florida.
"' [Even spread out over the neighborhood
:. .from the Atlantic to the Pacific, this is a
lot of'folks.
That means 4,000 of those new
:'.people are out of a job, according to the
, bor statistics released last week.
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':,' ' WHILE THE BIRTH rate is
Increasing, the interest rate is going

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* Wesley R. Rams
.' W' 5AtS William H. Rams
";'/ WFrenchle L. Rami
Shirley K. Rams

The prime rate has been going
down, down, down for the past several '
weeks, like a sky diver with a hole in his
parachute. Interest is falling so fast and
to such a low point, it's- almost

- It w6uld almost seem like Christ-
mas was coining, except for the fact
that I remember six percent money ...
and even four and a half percent


i By:We

tantalizing me into going out and
borrowing some money, simply be-
cause it is so cheap.
It's almost like a fall clearance sale
in the bargain basement. The more you
spend, the more you save. In this case,
it's the more you borrow, the more you
PAfter 21 percent prime interest in
the not too distant months, the rate
today almost seems like free money is

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notice the first blush of the Christmas
season, but of a truth, I have not
When I stuck the first toe out from
under the covers last Friday morning,

esley R. Ramsey.

That's a long time ago!
+ + +
it been called off this year?
Here it is the third week in October
and I haven't seen the first lay away for
Christmas sale yet. Does that mean
we're not going to have it this year?
Maybe I have just been preoccu-
pied with other things, or just failed to

and it came back just a little bit chills, I
should have known then and there, it
was getting into the Christmas quarter
of the year and it wouldn't be long until
it would all be here; then in a twinkling
of an eye, it would all be over

WITH THE COMING of the nippy
weather last Friday, Frenchie has
gotten nervouser and nervouser. She's
ready to light the fireplace

If I had known a fireplace would
have pleased her so much, thus keeping
her off my case all that much more, I
would have made arrangements for one
a long time ago.
In our house, the fireplace gets the
attention in the fire-burning season.
Already, Frenchie is ready for that
season to be here. Most any evening,
now, I expect to come home and find all
the doors and windows open and the
fireplace going full blast.
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besides cool weather
Fall also makes dreamers out of
otherwise normal people.
For instance, the other day, a
salesman was by, trying to peddle a
little paper He did that on the side. For
his main avocation, he talked about the
Gators - favorably.
You may think he had a hard time
thinking of anything to say, but he
would come up with a sentence or two
occasionally and in one of these
sentences, he said: "I thought all along
this wasn't the 'year of the Gator'. I

High and low tides for St.
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table below, furnished by the
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on a 24-hour clock, and height

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thought all along next year would be
more like it."
Sound familiar?
In other subjects, he's fairly
I had another paper salesman who
was a Gator fan, but his company
shipped him out of the area before
harm came to him. He was exiled to
Jacksonville, where he became the
head of the Florida office.
Talk about your cruel and unusual
punishment! He could probably win a
class action suit against his company
for discrimination.
+ ++
PRINCE ANDREW caused the
people back home to raise an eyebrow
about his carrying-on at Mustique
Island with a film beauty by the name
of Koo Stark.
Prince Andy became so agitated by
the news media following his every
move that he packed up his toothbrush
and went back home to England last
week, leaving Koo to cool it alone on
this gem of the tropics.
She'll probably find something to

is feet above or below the
mean water line.

Oct. 21
Oct. 22
Oct. 23
Oct. 24
Oct. 25
Oct. 26
Oct. 27
Oct. 28

High Ht. Low
200 1.7 1246
239 1.7 1341
324 1.7 1436
412 1.7 1533
508 1.6 1613
605 1.5 1651
704 1.4 1724
821 1.2 1728

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Bobbie Davis' h
Palm Boulevard is on
immaculate but vision
the days last year m
carport became the
Her beloved Activit
for Retarded Adults
prompting a newspa
aluminum recycling p
that time and sh
mounds of papers litt
premises as friends
bors and strangers ge
answered the plea f
tions and dropped the
a convenient locatiy
house. Undaunted, ]
Bobie quickly convex
band Charles' fishing
a receptacle for beer
drink cans and waded
incredible' paper clut
This is the kind of ]
County's development
abled have on their t
the entire state of
knows about her nov
Two, weeks ago
Augustine, Bobbie n
approached the podium
an assemblage of s
* members of Florida
elation for Retarded
(ARC Florida) to r
very high honor, ARC
Community Voluntee
Clutching the gleermi
enscribed with her rn
said, "Thirty four yea
gave birth to a Dow
drome child- a son
asked, 'Why me?'
went by, when I sa'
:like him who were i
found myself thinking

Community Vol
ome on not me?' So I pulled up my contacts with local govern-
ice again sleeves and went to work." mental units and with clubs
ns recall And what a worker and such as the Art Guild. When
when her leader she has turned out to there is a need, particularly at
"dump". bel Nominated by her local the Activity Center, if she is,
ty Center ARC Chapter here, she was unable to address the matter
here was deemed "the most outstand- directly, she will find someone
paper and ing nominee overall" amid who can. VIany have melted
project at stiff competition from 39 other into lending assistance when
e found ARC Chapters throughout the confronted with her enthusi-
ering the state, an ARC Florida spokes- asm to complete an objective
s, neigh- man from Tallahassee said. she has set: For example, she
onerously She was chosen because of her has' been very involved re-
or dona- involvement in the ARC pro- cently in the phenomenal
em off at gram in the community serv- project of landscaping the
on-- her ing on committees and contri- Center grounds at 200 Peters
however, buting to board affairs. Street in the former Washing-
rted hus- . Gulf Countians are proud of ton' School Building, Through
boat into Bobbie's accomplishment and the sweat of her brow and her
and soft praised her in five mail-grams persuasive powers with an
d into the from city and county officials, area landscape artist, the City
ter. the local ARC, the Paper- mayor,. County officials and
lady Gulf. maker's local union, and the the School Board to donate
tally dis- VFW Post read to her at the manpower and materials,
eam and banquet on October 1. Bobbie and' husband Charles
Florida Bobble, the mother of Lane have transformed the Center's
S.. Davis who attends the local grounds into quite a show-
in St. Activity Center, is a dynamic place in a matter of a few
nervously individual whose energy is months. Her plans included
m before woven into the very fabric of relocating a parking lot,; con-
iome 200 the local 'ARC. She never structing a circular driveway,
a's Asso- drops her dedication to the planting trees and shrubbery,
Citizens ARC and even .in her daily and building complimenting
receive a activities she stimulates corn- rail fences which had drama-
C Florida munitv awareness 'in her tic cosmetic effect on the site.

People who work in employ- ment covered by Social Se- amounts shown on- the state-
curity should check their meht, he or she should contact
SSocial Security record every, a Social Secuirity office right
.hing o lhe . three years or so, Ann R. away. . .
hieng to t Kinard, Social Security field , This is important because
Exciting representative for Gulf most corrections to an earn-
i ", tn .County, said recently.' ings record must be reported
rir-f B ptist This is especially important within three years, three
1S p si � if the person changes jobs months, and fifteen days after
AL___'L often or has 'more than one the' end, of the .year. the
Snurcn job. A post-card form is earnings were paid.
available at any Social Se-
Port St. Joe, Florida' curity office for a person to,
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE request a statement ofHIGHL the
earnings reported to his or her HIGHLA
ble Study .... . 9:45 A.M. record.
(All ages) A person's earnings 'record ' METHODI
orship .. . 11:00 A.M. is very important. Eligibility
- (Broadcast live for and the amount of any CornrA4th
WJOE-AM and WGCV-FM benefits due will be based on , orner 4th '
urch Traininrg 6:30 P.M. the information contained in Invites Y
worship ...... 7:30 P.M. that record.' ' Rev. Paul G
Once a person recieves a SUNDAY SCHOOL .
a friendly Church!" statement of earnings, he or
she should examine it careful- . MORNING WORSHIP .....
ly to make. stire that the EVENINGWORSHIP .....
proper amount of earnings has WEONESDAY ...........
been reported to Social Se- Nurser
Ith . curity. If the person's own.
SVl ' records do not agree with the


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More information about So-.
cial Security earnings can be
obtained at the Panama City
Social Security office, located
at 30 West Government Street.
The telephone 'number is
769-4871. The office has free
publications available which
explain Social Security bene-
fits and covered earnings.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1982

111 ter Dies Monday at Home

Bobbie advocates everyone
channeling their excess ener-
gy into helping the handicap-
ped in their own communities.
She has spent many hours
serving faithfully on the Tele-
thon Committee, an annual
fund raising event for the ARC
locally. She also led a whirl-
wind existence this spring
organizing, and coordinating
arts and crafts and concession
booths at the May .Ling.
Festival as a project of the
Gulf, County Art Guild. The
$267 proceeds were donated to
the ARC, of course. She has
already been named'to the
Planning Committee for a
proposed 1983 softball tourna-
ment- to be sponsored jointly'
by GCARC and "the Gulf
County School Superinten-
dent, Walter Wilder, in hopes
of raising a large amount for
Gulf County's developmental-
ly disabled.
It takes a dynamite lady
who will drive to Chipley just
to get a donated azalea for her
cause or donate the money for
Christmas tree ,decorations
for others to enjoy. Isn't Gulf
County lucky to have her?

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Mrs. Charles Davis, left, is presented The award is the only one of its kind presented
with an award as the "Florida Community in the State of Florida each year and was
Volunteer" from Rev. Larry Wells of the Gulf presented at a banquet in St. Augustine.
County Association for Retarded Citizens. -Star photo

Cheek Your Records Against Emploiyers'

Otis Jeffcoat, 53, of St. Joe
Beach, passed away suddenly
Monday at his home. He was a
resident of this area for the
past 30 years, and was also an
employee of St. Joe Paper Co.
for 30 years. He was a
member of the Beach Baptist
Survivors include: his wife,
Mrs. Glenda Jeffcoat, St. Joe
Beach;' two sons, Shelton
Jeffcoat, Wewahitchka, and

Lee D. Griffin,

26,Dies Oct. 13
Lee D. Griffin, 26, of Port St.
Joe, passed away suddenly
Wednesday, Oct. 13. He at-
tended Gulf County Schools,
and was an employee of Basic
Survivors include: his mo-
ther, Mrs. Ethel Griffin, PQrt
St. Joe; four sisters, Edith
McGee, and Sandra Griffin,
both of Port St. Joe, Sylvia
Betts of Ft. Pierce, and.Cora,
Williams, Vallejo, Calif.; one
brother, Coleman Griffin, Jr.,
East Stroudsburg, Pa.
Funeral services were held
at 3:00 PM EDT Monday, Oct.
18, at the Zion Fair Baptist
Church, conducted by the Rev.
Alonzo Moore. Initerment fol-
lowed in the family plot,
Forest Hill Cemetery.'
All services were under 'the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home.


Longmire Rites
Dempsey Longmire, 78, pas-
sed away Saturday, Oct. 9
after a long illness. He was a
long time resident of Port St.
Joe, and was'a member of the
New Bethel Baptist Church.'
Survivors include: his wife,
Mrs. Maggie L. Longmire,
Port St. Joe; one daughter,
BessieL. Faison, Port St. Joe;
one, son, Ernest Longmire,
Port St. Joe; one sister,
Gussie Lyons, Atmore, Ala'.;
eight grandchildren; twenty
great . grandchildren; and
many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
at 3:00 PM EDT Thursday,
Oct. ,14, at the Zion Fair
* Baptist Church, conducted by
the Rev. Robert Spencer. 'All
services were under, the direc-
.tion of the Comforter Funeral

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Funeral Services Held Wednesday

for David A. Martin of Wewa

David A. Martin, 86, of
Wewahitchka, passed away
Sunday afternoon in a Pana-
ma City nursing home. He was
a native of Alabama and was a
retired Farmer. He' also had
served in the U.S. Army and
was a veteran of World War I.
He is survived, by: three
sons, M. A. Martin of Wewa-
hitchka, Fred Martin of We-
wahitchka, and Edward
(Rusty) Martin of Brunswick,
Ga.; two daughters, Maxie
Sewell of Wewahitchka, and
Betty Martin of Bluntsville,
Al.; ten grandchildren; and
seven great-grandchildren.

Funeral services and burial
were held Wednesday at 11:00
a.m. in Oneonta, Al., with
Elder James Dennis offi-
ciating. Burial followed in the
family plot of Antioch Ceme-.:;
tery of Blount Co., Al.
Arrangements were. under!
the direction of Gilmore Fu-,
neral Home.

Although Irving Berlin-wrote.
"God Bless America" during
World War I, he waited until
1938 to have it published.

Bobbie Davis Is Florida's

Kenny Jeffcoat, Howard's
Creek; one daughter, Nancy
DeRostyne, Baltimore, Md.;
four step children, Kenneth
Brown of Americus, Ga.,
Sheryl Smith of Americus,
Ga., Doyle Brown of Ameri-
cus, Ga., and Karen Simpson,
Ashland, Ky.; one sister,
Patricia Trail, Jonesboro,
Ga.; and eight grandchildren.
Funeral'arrangements were
incomplete at press time.

Former PSJ

Resident Dies
John C. (Bodie) Traxler, 54,
died at his residence in
Pensacola Thursday, Oct. 14.
Mr. Traxler was, a native,
and lifelong resident of Pensa-
cola., He was owner and
operator of Traxler Drugs. He
was a member of the Christ
Episcopal Church and a mem-
ber of the Escambia County
Pharmaceutical Association.
Survivors 'include his wife,
Teresa Traxler of Pensacola;
two sons, .Keith Traxler and
Doyle Traxler, both of Pensa-
cola; mother, Winnifred Trax-
ler of Penshicola; a sister,
Lynnette Mead of Pensacola;
and.a brother, Dexter Traxler
of Bartow.
Graveside services were
held at 3 p.m. Monday at the
Bayview Memorial Park Ce-
metery with Father Fredrick
Lindstrom officiating.
Honorary pallbearers were
Woddie Whigham, Thad No-
bles, Jim Prim, Gene Byrd,
Fred Mertins, Dave Creahan,
'Bill Dewberry, and Leon
Active pallbearers were be
George Gillette, E. J. Cowen,
George Bokas. Jerry Hender-
son, Ralph Silva, and Wilton
Faith Chapel Funeral Home
was in charge of arrange-
Gospel Sing at

Wewa Church
There will be a Gospel Sing
Saturday, Oct. 23 at the
College Park Church of God in
Wewahitchka, beginning at
7:00 P.M., CST.
Featured singerswill be the
"Hallelujah Singers" of De-
, Funiak Springs.
Rev. D. Sizemore invites
everyone to attend. A chili
supper will be served.

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Fuqua who's concerned about the
problems in education. "
Elizabeth Johnson

"Ilknow Don Fuqua helps
people because he helped me
with my prosthesis."
Carl Joseph

"For 20 years I tried to get my VA
disability, no one helped until Don
Fuqua did."
EllisA. Todd

"My military records as a prisoner-of
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action before I went to Congressman
Don Fuqua. He helped."

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1982



S: Chances are you've heard
that cakes don't brown in
the microwave oven. If
you're one of the ever-
, growing number of micro-
wave oven owners, that fac-
tor might dissuade you from
regularly microwaving cakes.
That supposed disadvan-
tage can sometimes turn out
to be an asset. Here's a
sumptuous example: This
: Strawberry Nut Cake has a
'brighter strawberry "blush"
and a lighter texture be-
cause it was made in the mi-
crowave instead .of a con-
ventional oven.
Browning occurs when
sugars in a batter carmelize.
Oven; heat causes strawber:
ries' strewn in a batter to
also carmelize, turning their
i;; ,' ruby..brightness into a dull
brown. In the microwave,
that :.browning is avoided,
and. 'the berries maintain
their vividness.
... There's another advan-
tage to, microwaved cakes.
Conventional oven heat first
' "sets" the edges where bat-
ter touches the sides of the
pan,. thereby limiting the
height the cake can rise o.
Not so in the microwave
oven. Since the top surface
stays softer longer, micro-
wave cakes can climb the
sides of the pan to their full
potential This produces ex-
tra light and nuffy cakes.
With this "show-off" straw -
berry dessert, two layers
are split into four generous
A:third advantage of mi-
crowave cakes is the speed:
A layer bakes in 8. min-
utes compared with 35-45
minutes in a "regular" oven.
The :energy cost is less,
and there's no heat build-
up in:the kitchen.
Microwave cakes have
been.rdisappointing.to some
cooks when the tops have
been lumpy or lopsided.
That .problem is usually al-
leviated if cakes are baked
Son a continually rotating
turntable or, lacking that, if
the pan is turned halfway
through the cooking time.
In this dessert, any uneven.
ness is covered by the fluffy
strawberry filling
Tlie strawberry sparkle
and flavor of this unusual
.dessert are yours to enjoy
year-round from the con-
veniehnce of canned straw-
berry'pie filling.
Microwave Directions

"Shaping the Will

Dist. Meeting

Th..t n . AlL , ,h for Gardeners

"Shaping the Will Without
Breaking the Spirit" will be
the second film in the "Focus
on the Family" film series to
be shown Monday, October 25,
at 7:30 p.m. in the Port St. Joe
Elementary School Audi-
torium. The film is the second
in a film series featuring
family expert James C. Dob-
son, Ph.D.
In this film, Dobson states
that..."The will is made of
steel. You can mold it, you can
bend it. On the other, hand, the
spirit is the most fragile
characteristic in human na-
ture." Dobson further stresses

the importance of motivating
children using action instead
of anger. According to Dob-
son, "The difference between
discipline that bends the will
and discipline that crushes the
'spirit" is of critical import-
iance in child rearing.
The Focus on the Family
series is being sponsored by
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. and the Port St.
Joe Ministerial Association. A
total of seven of Dobson's
most popular presentations
will be :presented on seven
consecutive Monday nights at
Port St. Joe Elementary

School. All films are being
presented free of charge and
,are open to the general public:
Child care services will be
provided for those parents
who are unable to attend the
film because of small child-
ren. This service will be
provided free of charge for
children age two and over.
Anyone interested in this
service should call the Gulf
County Guidance Clinic at
227-1145 before Friday of this
week. Further information
with regard to the films may
also be obtained by calling this
telephone number.

Edwards Named Century

II Leader at PSJHS

1 pkg. (18.5 oz.) double-
layer white cake mix
1/3acup 6i- " " :
1/3 cup Vater
3 eggs
1 cup
Strawberry Pie Filling
% cup finely chopped nuts
1% cups strawberry pie
filling (remainder of 21 oz.
8 or 9 oz. carton frozen
whipped topping* .
% cup milk, as needed (see
*1 cup heavy cream,
whipped, can be substituted
Prepare cake by cutting
two- papertowel circles to
-fit bottom of 9-inch micro-
wave-safe round pan (pref-
erably with sides at least
2-inches high). In large mix-
er bowl, combine all ingred-
ients at low speed for 30
seconds or until batter starts
to form. Scrape sides of
bowl, then mix batter at
medium speed for 2 minutes.
Pour half of the batter
into papertowel-lined pan.
Cook at 50% power for 4
p'inutes; rotate pan. then
cook on High* for 4 min-
utes or lust until cake starts
to pull away from sides of
pan. Let set 2 minutes; use
papertowel to blot any soft

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spots remaining on top of
cake, then invert on rack
to finish cooling.. Repeat
for rest of batter. .
I After cakes have cooled,
divide each layer in half by
cutting with a serrated knife
or a 'taut piece of dental,
Prepare topping by gent-
ly folding pie filling 'into
thawed .whipped topping.
NOTE: Some brands' of
non dairy whipped topping
sometimes tend to tighten
or coagulate when mixed
With an acidic food (such as
strawberries). Adding /A cup
milk prevents and/or cor-
r6cts this problem. :
Spread filling between
layers arid' on top of cake.
May be chilled several hours
before serving. ,
A variation of Strawberry'
Nut Cake can be baked in a
regular oven: Prepare batter
as directed and bake in
9x13x2-inch oiled pan at
3500F. for 35-45 minutes
or until done. Cover cooled
cake with topping, prepared
as directed. Keep refriger-
ated until served.
Serves 12-16

Stu Edwards, a senior at
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School, has been named to the
school's top Century III Lead-
er according to Edwin G.
Williams, principal.
' Thd '17-ydr-old student is
now eligible to compete with
other , local winners from
around the state for one of two
$1,5000 scholarships and an
all-expense-paid trip to .the
national Century Ill Leaders
Conference, slated for March
4-7, 1983 in Colonial Williams-
burg, Va. State winners will
compete for the national win-
ner's prize' of an additional
$10,000 scholarship.
The Century III Leaders
program is designed to bring
together and recognize stu-
dent leaders who show both
strong leadership abilities and
an interest in the future of
America. Stu 'was judged on
the basis of, leadership skills,
school and community invol-
vement, and a current events
Runner-up in the competi-
tion at 'Port St.- Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School was Jim Brown,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill
This is the eighth year of the

Century III Leaders program,
which ,awards a total: of
$2918,500 in scholarships to 204
Young leaders. Century III'is
sponsored and administered
by the National Association of
Secondary School Principals,
and funded by the Shell Oil
The Williamsburg meeting
will be highlighted by major
'speakers and seminars, along
with discussions among stu-
dents and leaders from the
worlds of business, education;.
'and government. Speakers at
past conferences have includ-
ed newsmen Harry Reasoner,
Howard K. Smith, Tom Bro-
kaw, and Charles Kuralt;
philosopher and futurist Buck-
minister Fuller, and the li-
brarian of Congress,' Daniel
Stu is the son of Mr. and
-Mrs. Jerry Edwards of Ilidia'n
Pass. He is Drum Major in the
Band- of Gold, Key Club'
president, Quantum Society
president, National Honor So-
ciety president, and is listed in.
"Distinguished American
High. School Students". 'Last
year he served as Brain Brawl
team captain, and was sec-
tion-leader in the Band.

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Wwahit hka Element


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RENE E' Barbara Sturley, principal]
of Wewahitchka Elementary
"Happy Birt hday"School has announced the
appy names of students whose
L grades enabled them to be
Love John listed on the "All A's" and the
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fin, Kim Burns, Angela Good-
rich, Pamela Smith, Monica
Weeks and Kelly Nations.
Fourth grade: Brandi Arm-
strong, Matthew Birmingham
and Katrina Nunnery.
Fifth grade: Darryl Lister.
Sixth grade: Sonja
Williams, Aimee Lister and
Patti Mathis.
A's and B's
First grade: Lillie Arm-
strong, Ursula Brown, Jerry
Holyfield, Kimberly Jones,
Malenda Pearson, Adam Al-
derman, Kelly Cunningham,
Shebretia Daniels, Mari
Goodrich, Jeff Holmes, Connie
Lanier, Jeremy Nunnery,
Aiinee Parrish, Cynthia
Pickron, Cathy Tremain,
Beau Whitfield and Gwen
Williams. I
Second grade: Teresa Cain,
Joy Davis, Kevin Martin,
Cherry Sirmons and Heather
Third grade: Devon Avri-
gian, Laurie Bidwell, Julie
Gillis, Emory Horne, Ladonya
Kemp, Eric Gaskin, Michael
McCorvey, Mitch Yarrell,
Jacque Smith, Holly Herring
and Chad Flowers.
Fourth grade: April Weeks,
Amy Waldorff, Michael 'Sew-
ell, Ingrid Muina, Holly Hays,
Deana Atkinson, Jason Bass,
Ivey Crutchfield, Kristie Hall,
Sandra Holmes, Pache
� Johnson, Dewayne Layton,
Michelle Lester, Michele

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Fifth grade: Joseph Ad-
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'Tammy Lanier, Alicia Peter-
sort, David Rich, Shelly
Adkins, Sherry Burns, Alice
Causey, David Smith, Aman-
da Clayton, Eric Hollopeter,
Chris McLemore, Michael
Murphy, Tracy. Nations,
David Jerome Smith, Rita
Stanley, Ray Stripling and
Robbin Williams.
Sixth grade: Richard Arm-
strong, Pearl Fisher, Patty
Fowler, John Gortemoller,
Linda Mayhann, Sebrina Mc-
Gill, Tony Muina, Baranda
Myers, Byron Stewart, Aaron
Alderman, Michael Grahl,
Kimberly Green, Gary Her-
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Passes His

Bar Exam.
Jim Simmons, son of Mrs.
William B. Simmons, was
recently notified that he was
one of 289 persons who passed
the July Tennessee Bar Ex-
amination. Bar officials said
407 persons took the exam,
which applicants must pass
before being admitted to prac-
tice law in Tennessee.
Jim and his wife, the former
Jacque Hammock of Port St.
Joe, reside in Hendersonville,
Tn. He is an attorney for the
State of Tennessee Depart-
ment of Corrections in Nash-
ville, Tn.

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Parade Set
The Port St. Joe.Elemen-
tary School P.TA. will have
:its annual Halloween parade
on Saturday, October 30 at

10:00. Prizes will be awarded
for best costumes in three age
categories: Preschool-Kinder-
garten, lst-3rd grades, and
4th-6th grades.
Ribbons and tickets for the
Halloween Carnival will be
awarded as prizes. Judging
will be held following the
parade on the vacant lot at the
corner of 5th Street and Reid
Ave. Those participating
should be at the Paper Com-
pany Office Building no later
than 9:30 a'.m.

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Pit Bar-B-Q.
Friday Evenings & All Day Sat.
Dinner or Sandwiches Available

% Chicken ........ .... $3.95

Rib Dinner . ... .... . $4.95

Beef Dinner........... $5.50

Combination Plate ........ $6.00
Includes.CoJe.Slaw. Baked Beans and Barbecue Bread

Thursday Night Is Family Night!
S 5 P.M. till 11 P.M

Includes Salad Bar and Garlic Bread

Corner of 4th & Monument Phone 229-6137

. . ..

The Port St. Joe Garden
Club met Thursday, October
16. An interesting program
was given by Mrs. Bobby
Jackson on the origin of
planting by signs. Mrs. Jack-
son displayed a large drawing
of the Zodiac and told the
meaning of each sign, and
what to do on each day of the
month. Other members told
old time signs for successful
Mrs. J. C. Culpepper ad-
vised members that October is
the month for fertilizing
Club members completed
plans for the District II Fall
Conference to be held at Port
St. Joe Country Club . on
October 21st.
Mrs. George Suber, Flag
Chairman for the St. Joseph
Bay Chapter, DAR, presented
an American flag to the Port
St. Joe Garden Club. This flag
has special significance be-
cause it was flown over the
United States Capitol on Au-
gust 18, 1982. The flag replaces
the flag stolen several years
ago, dedicated to the memory
of a..beloved deceased mem-
ber, Mrs. J. C. Arbogast. *
All members are reminded
to bring the plants they have
ready for the Port St Joe

Elementary School P.T.A.
Halloween Carnival to the
home of Mrs. Stiles Brown,
1505 Monument, on Friday,
October 29th.
The hostesses, Mrs. Nobie
Stone, Mrs. George Suber,.and
Mrs. Ralph Swatts; Sr. served
delicious refreshments from a
lovely table decorated with a
big pumpkin.
Port St. Joe Garden .Club
members are asked to mark
the November 11th meeting at
2 p.m. She will enjoy making
her own new Christmas cor-
sage. Mrs. Don Ashcraft, Mrs.
I.- C. Nedley, and Mrs. Flora
Blackman will assist each one
in making a corsage she will
be proud to wear.

Final Plans for

Mr. and Mrs. David Maddox
announce the final plans of the
marriage of their daughter,
Eva Margaret, to Mr. Cecil
'Loring Davis, Jr.
The wedding will be per-
formed in the Long Avenue
Baptist Church at 6:00 p.m.
this Saturday, October 23. A
reception will follow the cere-
mony in the Maddox home at
601 Seventeenth Street.

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209 Reid Ave.

Phone 227-1730

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&Ga m Fh Cs THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1982 PAGE FIVE

"am ..e & Ish Co1u mission .
m & Te chnical Asso. of Pulp and Paper
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November is one of the
months that hunters in Florida
most like to see arrive on their
calendars as it marks the start
S of the hunting season for a
variety of wildlife including
white-tailed deer and mig-
ratory waterfowl.
According to the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion, the month starts with the
statewide snipe and crow
season opening November 6
while the rail and gallinule
season, which opened in Sept-
ember, will close November 9.
On November 13, the white-
tailed deer season will open
throughout the state. Also
opening will be the season foi
bearded turkeys or gobblers in
Alachua County and turkeys
of either sex in the remaining
counties of the state. Black
bear season will open in Baker

and Columbia counties. Bob-
white quail season also opens,
along with gray squirrel sea-I
Also. starting on November
13 will be fox squirrel season,
except in Lee, Hendry, Palmt
Beach, Monroe, Collier, Bro-
ward and Dade counties. The
season for wild hogs, where
declared legal game, will also
open. The second phase of the
mourning and white-winged
dove season will also begin on
this date (shooting hours will
be from one-half hour before
sunrise to sunset).
Florida's popular duck and
coot season will open Novem-
ber 24. In Leon County and
Lake Miccosukee in Jefferson
County, waterfowl hunting is
permitted on Wednesdays,
Saturday and Sundays during
the open season, including

Celebrate October Fish and Seafood Month by serving your
family this delicious and unique fish entree. What makes it
unique? The fish fillets are threaded onto skewers and then
lightly marinated in a refreshing, tangy sauce; theh broiled for
just a few minutes to tender perfection. The sauce, made with
naturally brewed Kikkoman Soy Sauce brings out all the deli-
cate flavor of any fish fillet-fresh or frozen Seafood is a great
value for today's busy cook; it's nutritious and pound for pound
a bargain. You'll love this savory change of pace entree and
your family will too!

1 pound fresh or frozen fish 2 tablespoons red wine
fillets, (thawed, if frozen) vinegar
S V cup Kikkoman Soy Sauce 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 tablespoon brown sugar, 1' teaspoon grated lemon rind
packed ,i teaspoon curry powder
.2 tablespoons tomato catsup
Cut fish into strips about 2 inches wide and 1-2 inch thick.
(If skin is attached, score skin diamond-fashion.) Thread
strips onto metal or wooden skewers, ribbon-like fashion; place
in single layer in shallow baking pan. Combine remaining 7
ingredients; pour over fish. Turn fish over to thoroughly coat
both sides. Marinate 30 minutes. turning over occasionally. Re-
move fish from marinade; reserve marinade. Place skeweis on
broiler pan. Broll 3 inches from heat, about 3 minutes on each
side, or until fish flakes easily with fork. Combine reserved
marinade with 1 cup water in small saucepan: bring to boll.
To serve, place fish on bed of hot rice and spoon sauce over
all. Makes 4 servings.

Now In Stock

Wj Get reaay tor me terst
, phase of dove season,
October 2, by outfitting
ayoursell Vnith new nunt-
ing apparel

Hunting Apparell
In Camouflage Colors
* Caps * Socks * Jackets

* 2-Pc. Hunting
* T-Shirts

* Ponchos
* Vests (Reversible
in orange

November 25 and 26.
Hunters are reminded to use
steel shot in all gauge shot-
guns when hunting waterfowl
in steel shot zonesSteel shot
zones include that portion of
,Brevard County east of In-
terstate 95; Leon County (ex-
clusive of Lake Talquin and
the Ochlockonee River); Lake
Miccosukee in Leon and Jef-
ferson counties; Osceola, Bro-
ward and Dade counties;
Orange Lake and Lochloosa
Lake in Alachua County and

Completes OSUT
Pvt. Jerry N. Garrett, son of
Edith M. and Joseph N.
Garrett of 324 Fourth St., Port
St;-Joe, has completed one
station' unit training' (OSUTr-
at' the U.S. Army Infantry
School, Fort Benning, Ga.
OSUT is a 12-week period
which combines basic combat
training and advanced indivi-
dual training.
The training included wea-
pons qualifications, squad tac-
tics, patrolling, landmine war-
fare, field communications,
and combat operations. Com-
pletion of this course qualifies
the soldier as a light-weapons
infantryman and as an indi-
rect-fire crewman.
Soldiers were taught to
perform any of the duties in a
rifle or mortar squad.

all waters of Lake Okee-
Steel shot is also required on
National Wildlife Refuges that
allow waterfowl bunting.
On November 28 the second
phase of the mourning dove
and white-winged dove season
ends. "
Copies of Florida's Hunting
Rules and Regulations may be
obtained, by contacting or
visiting any of the Commis-
sion's regional or field offices.

Industry Recognizes Roy L. Burch

Roy L. Burch, manager of
quality control of St. Joe
Paper Co., Port St. Joe has
been awarded a Certificate of
Appreciation by the Corru-
gated Containers Division of
TAPPI, the Technical Asso-
ciation of the Pulp and Paper
Industry. The certificate re-
cognizes Mr. Burch's' out-
standing leadership as chair-
man of the Corrugated Board
Technical Service Committee
of the TAPPI Corrugated

Containers Division. The cer-
tificate was presented to'Mr.
Burch at a special awards
ceremony during the 1982
TAPPI Corrugated Testing
Conference in Nashville, Trn.
Oct. 4-7.
TAPPI, with 22,000 mem-
bers in over 70 countries, is the
world's largest professional
association of engineers, sci-
entists, and managers serving
the pulp, paper, converting,
and allied industries.

weeds with leaves shaped like this, notify
your Sheriff's Department. They are mari-
leaves are not to be found on any other plant
zr making the illegal weed easily identified.
a 1Above all, don't pick the leaves. There may be
j.a. . .. a Sheriff's stake-out watching the plant and
you may have a hard time explaining how you
- If you are in Gulf County's woods"-or- - just happened to stumble upon the plant or
swamps and happen to come upon some plants. --Star photo

Oakley Reports

To USS Nimitz
Navy Seaman James A.
Oakley, son of John E. and
Alimae Oakley of 509 Madison
St., Port St. Joe, has reported
for duty aboard the aircraft
carrier USS Nimitz, home-
ported in Norfolk, Va.


Lie Detector

Sheriff's investigator Char-
lie Hill demonstrated his
polygraph machine to the
Rotary Club last Thursday,
explaining some of the uses of
the machine.
Hill said the machine is
more valuable for "clearing
the innocent than it is for
confirming the guilty" in its
use in matters of law enforce-
merit. He said the machine
reacted from two major phys-
iological changes under ques-
tioning. Hill said people who
lie undergo the changes and
they can't help it. Although he
said some suffer more from
lying than others, there are
still changes.
"We can't use these results
in court, since they are
inconclusive as to guilt or
innocence", Hill said. He
pointed out that other factors
can affect the machine's read-
ing to the point where .the'
results are not definite enough
to be evidence'in court.
"We can and do use the
machine to confirm suspicions
that we are after the right

man", he said.
As an example, Hill had
Mayor Frank Pate write down
a number and proceeded to
question him in an effort to,
determine what the number
was. In just a few questions,
he had determined that the
number was "3".
The Mayor was honest
enough to admit that "3" was
his number after the machine
pointed in that direction.
Guests of the club were
Wheelettes Regina Neel and
Stacey Henderson. Other
guests included Luke Phillips
of Port St. Joe and Judge
Larry Bodiford of Panama
Public Notices

BID NO 279
The- City of Port St..Jo0, Flo(ida, re-
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C.1 SioCm-0 r h. r e i r. M oiTi.Da>:l.0r, c.1 I al',' '
Soect ,ic rn4 m a, Ce oia .n.nn Irc. 'r ir.p
C., Cierki i0 lce P 0 6.5� A P.. *-I
Joe Fiia a 1 E5-r1 i On A|i erei3i \
in- R.gulir L C cmr, Comm- ic *.i eI.'r . , ''' a
rjo1 eTc,.r 2 1982
Is L.A. Farris
City AUditor/Clerk 2t 11-21

Mr. Burch has played a
leading role in TAPPI for the
past decade, particularly in
the Corrugated Containers
Division. Before being ap-
pointed chairman of the Divi-
sion's Corrugated Board Tech-
nical Service Committee, he

served as the committee's
secretary and then vice-chair-
man. He is also active on the
Division's Process and Quali-
ty Control Committee, and is a
former member of the Pulp
Testing Committee of the
Testing Division.

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You Are Invited


Coff ee and Donuts

S: 'With

Don and Nancy Fuqua

Wednesday, October 27

10:00 A.M.


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323 Reid Avenue


Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friend

SUNDAY SCHOOL ....................... 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) .............. 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 P.M.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1982


Josh Jenkins, white shirt on the ground at right, dives
across the goal line with the Sharks' only score last Friday
night in Blountstown. Tres Parker (36) and Seth Howell (65)
blocked for Jenkins. From left are Tigers Dock Peterson (42),
ad up which had proven so Shark offense picked up 161
affective the week before. yards total 'to 327 for the
The Tigers scored twice Tigers.
nore in the last period, mostly , OPEN DATE
!oming from Shark gambles This Friday night, the
trying to maintain possession Sharks will be idle in their
if the ball and put points on schedule. Next Friday, they
he board. will take to the road for a trip
With five minutes left, Andy to Bonifay to meet the Blue
bailey came up with a 20 Devils. The Devils are playing
coring jaunt and with only Blountstown this Friday night.
ive seconds remaining, a pass THE YARDSTICK

First downs
Passing yds.

PSJ B'town
7 15
102 208
59 119
24-6-0 15-8-0
6-34 1-38
2-2 3-3
6-34 3-35

Fall Handicap Golf Tourney
There is still time for the Cup is presented to the
members of the Ladies Golf champion, along with many
Association to sign up for the other prizes.
pall Handicap Tournament,
vhich will be held at 9:30 A.M. Those serving as directors
Wednesday, October 27, and of this tournament are Mari-
'hursday, October 28. Entry ann Hendrix, chairman; Hel-
ee is $6.00. en Quackenbush, co-chair-
The W. R. Tapper Memorial man; and Carol Mitchell,

Please sign

up as soon as

Sammy Gibbs (82) Shark Robert Taylor (partially hidden),
Tiger Curt Capps (62) and Shark Chris Butts (11). Tiger Eric
Hoover has Jenkins by the ankles. -Star photo


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Friday night, the Gators
have an open date in which to
lick their wounds and get
ready for a tough trip to Baker
on October 29.
Cen. Wewa
First downs 18 11
Rushes 52-322 6-67
Passing yards 54 55
Return yards - 164
Passes 7-5-0 15-3-3
Punts 3-34 2-19
Fumbles 4-0 3-1
Penalties 7-55 4-16

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Ron MCNeil To Congress

Your .Financial Help Is Needed
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* Even with its preoccu'pa-.
* - ' ionover budgetary considera-
* tionhs the House was able to
address .major agriculture
'.issues affecting area farmers
.. during the 97th Congress. Far
from actually providing final
solutions to agriculture's pre-
"* sent economic problem.. the'
* House was, nonetheless, able
to take preliminary. steps,
toward-easing many of the
economic ills plaguing our na-
tion's farming community..
In an effort to provide
short-term relief, Con-
Sgressman Kika dc la Giarza of
. Texas, Chairman ol the House
* Agriculture Commiiiee. called
on Secretary of Agriculture
John Block 10 "find some way
to encourage agriculture
* lenders to help good farmers
hang on through the current
* period of severe economic
S:, siress." ThisOclobci 121hre-
quesi came on top ol month's
and months of lcgislaiiac ef-
* forts designed iu'case credit
restrictions and extend farm.
loans for ailing farmer,,.
On September 91h, the
: ! House passed legi'.lanon to
* help Farmers Home Ad-'
minisiration farmer-borrowers
survive the current income
squeeze by providing that in-
disidual borrowers can defer
repayments on agency. loans
under specified conditions To
gel a deferral, a producer must
show that he is in economic
trouble through no fault of hi'
own, that he is a competent
operator, and that he is likely
to meet his cbligatlons alter
the deferral. Another portion
of the bill extends for one
year an Economic Emergenc%
Loan Program and would re-
quire that the Secreiary of
Agriculture (who did not u'e
the authorized program dur-
ing Fiscal 'ear 19821 act'aie
it to serse qualil ied borrowers,
but with reduced per-farmer
loan ceilings. This bill is no"
awal.ing Senate action.

. The House Agriculture
Committee also approved a
bill setting up a program of'
government-guaranteed loans
to finance construction ofon-
farm grain storage facilities.
' The loans could total up to
$250 million a )ear Other
-pro% isions of the bill include
sections, which would express
the sense of Congress that not
less than'$1 billion should be
appropriated for FY 1983 to
launch an Ag'icultural Gredit
Revolving Fund (both the
House.and Senate versions of
the 1983 appropriations bill
earmark: $500 million for
.:- direct, export credits); and'
Should request the President iI
conhene a White Houlse Con,
. ference on Agriculture. The
bill is awaiting further con-
siderationi.in the House; -
In addiiion. the Conmuies
passed legisladion, wlhinh wa'.
subequenil) signed h ihe
President, prouidinL lor wheat
and feed uraiis., dll, rice.
cullont nd e\pior proir.ilmn
Coupled ntih dii t'c'i:ill 'j .-
ings 0ol S6 6 hullm lom ihiec
ical \%e"rs bc.ii illl alnh ii
S1993. the lai make' ,ihl),.ijn-
like ch.anlu'c ill price slippoll
progr:mn, wi.% h shouldd a,,si,,
farlnil 11 I thic ,liolt l.erim .
a '.lc . lie .1 c tlloi,- .ill nol
.ure tlle pic'iill e'coiiuiiini ill'
i )l -' i ill lllll n ,. llll ll il [\ . II
i'" hop(d thl. ullllerl will be
helped. I he proileit i, duie i0
,ui plil', pro'd cilli hn . l'A pI'II N
aid nei ' I'r iiiltnim e, whichh I%
do% it i tI deprc'sioii Ii.cel, Iori
Nomie -jrniips l l I tlliiiw'r The
Liile iniist he h ; bcilCci I 'i p l . -
deni:tlid h.ilaiitie imJ heller
pil L .c . HI'0ACvei. liUlliilh' iicall
be accomplished. we need an
eflective credit policy to help
farmers pill through the cur-
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Cold Orange il'l'uffl
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A Knack to Raising

BY ROY LEE CARTER Countl Extension Director :.

Strawberries are popular
with backyard gardeners and
commercial growers in Flori-
da. They're one :of our multi-
million dollar crops. While
commercial production is con-
centrated in a few areas,
strawberries can be grown in
home/gardens throughout the
state. My information for this
article was provided 'by Ex-
tension Vegetable Specialist
Jim Stephens of the Univer-
sity of Florida.
By nature strawberry plants
are perennial. But for Various
reasons we raise them as an
annual crop here in Florida.

Yoshio Okawara, submitted
* the recipe \i which Nin..
selected ihi' wecek.
4 egg'
'3 egg.yolks
6 tablespoons sugar
' 1'.' lahles'po n'. gelalin
2 teaspoons lemon juice .
2 orange rind. grated
juice of I range
I cup hca\ Tcream
In a :mixin-g bo\\l combi ne
cL'e ,. 'eg o .lks and silgar.
Betl ihe minmiare initial it isvery
hid. and 1 .pi.-,. I i'N h iii. Ioiii
Ihe beaulr (Ic ,1 Al 'i . . lhii',k
or, Ii piosihk . d cl-mii . mix\-
er. Soiien leldii in lable-
'.poa nIS i.old Ai.ie.I anjd leiiion
juice and heatl hc inmture.
stirring u iiil ihe 'elaiin is
dissolved Graduallvy '.ii the
gelatin mixture aliernaiel. in-
to the ees mixture %iih ihe
grated orange rind .ind ihe
juice. Fold in hippedd cream
Oil a 6': ii 7 inch band of'
,~a\ paper and iie it around a
" quarl soulfle dilh to form
a siandine collar Fill the dish
will the ,outL iki. tim ure. It
should em\end 2 inches abo\.e
ihe rimn ol the dish Chill lor
aboul 2 iouri,, oi uni 1it is set
Carelull, remove the paper
collar and decorate the souf.
fle wilh peeled orange sec-
lions. Makes 6 servings.

The time to set new plants in
the garden is from late
September to late November.
Wher- winter comes the: cool
nights 'and. short days will
cause the plants to begin
flowering. Flowers *formed
after the last killing frost will
develop into fruit.
SBerry production and; har-
vest continue throughout the,
spring. As the weather gets
warmer and the days grow
longer,� the plants will stop
producing berries and start
forming runners. The runners
.take root and become new
plants. Most home gardeners
destroy these plants and start
over agaiti in the fall'.
Strawberries can be grown
on just about all the soil types.
we have in Florida, although
they really aren't recomn-
mended for peat and muck
soils. Sandy soil with a good
quantity of organic matter is
the best Strawberries like
well drained soils which is
moist but not wet.
It's important to plant
strawberry varieties which
have proven themselves under
Florida growing conditions.


Tioga and Florida Ninety are
the leading varieties grown in
IFAS Specialists recom-
mend planting strawberries
on raised beds which are two
feet wide and spaced.two feet
apart. The beds should be
mounded so they are six
inches high along the edges
and about eight inches high in
the middle.,
In preparing the beds you
begin with fertilization. For a
ten by ten foot strawberry
patch, broadcast about two'
and ;a half pounds of 8-8-8
fertilizer and spade it into the
soil. Then form the beds and
apply another two and a half
pounds of fertilizer; this time
in a narrow band about six
inches deep down in the
middle of the beds. If you're
just starting to grow straw-
berries, you should also in-
clude a complete mixture of
minor elements in the first
season fertilizer application
When the bed is properly
formed, fertilized and moist-
ened, cover with a sheet of one
to one and a half miil black
polyethylene plastic. This is

We Want You
To Be A Part of
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Here's an interesting exercise you can do By the way, in order to make sure our camn-
quickly that will help you know which of the paign isn't -accused of misstating Mr. Fuqua's,
two candidates for Congress you agree with: positions, we've included the actual votes or
the most. , independent source to document each of his

Just fill in your response to the questions
below. If you want to be completely unbiased,
fold the page over so you can't see the can-
didates' stands while you are marking your

That's as fair as we can be.


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1982

* HEATING: Natural Gas.
Electric & Oil


Operators Fc Face High Risks

A recent national study of
records of persons who died of
work related injuries revealed
that employees operating
motor vehicles on the job face
a considerably higher risk of
fatal injury than do other

the recommended mulch for
strawberries in Florida Cut
slits in the plastic where the
plant will be inserted Plants
should be set in double rows,
one row on each side of the bed
about six inches from the
edge Plants should be spaced
12 inches apart in the row. Be
sure that no plants -are set
directly over the fertilizer
band down the middle of the
bed, because this can lead to
salt burn
Be sure to use certified,
disease-free plants. Keep
them moist before planting
and plant in moist soil. Spread
the roots in a fan shape, set the
plants at the correct depth in
the soil, and pack the soil
firmly around the roots.

industrial workers said the
Florida Highway Patrol this
"The deadly price being
paid in the workplace as a part
of their employment by both
Floridians and other Ameri-
cans nationwide is appalling,"
said Patrol Acting Director
Lt Colonel Roger Collar. "As
incredible as it may seem, the
leading cause of fatal occupa-
tional injuries is not falls,
mine or building construction

collapses, or machinery mal-'
functions, important as these
causes may be, but instead it
is motor vehicle accidents."
"Both management and em-
ployees who operate motor
vehicles must work together
more effectively to combat
this deadly problem of acci-
dent exposure by the use of
fleet safety programs and
defensive driving courses and
we can save both lives and
dollars," concluded Collar.

All Major Models

* 25 years experience
In Appliance Repair
Central & Window

9 Phone 229-8416 Port St. Joe, F





' Should your congressman have voted for (1) an automatic pay raise, (HR 2559.
S. and (2) special tax loopholes for congressmen only,, while (3) excluding . , 1 HR 5159,
Himself and other congressmen from Social Security taxesN? OY ES_ HR 9346)

Should yoUr congressman have voted for local control of public Y' . . H 2I1
� " , . ."-education? '. .. ..: �* . ' (H- -4 4

Should, your congressman have voted for higher income and social YHR4331,
.e security taxes and against local property tax relief? . , HR 13367)


Should your congressman have voted consistently for large budget
deficits and increases in the national debt. which are the direct



(SCR 92.
HR 5369)

' I * cause of inflation and high interest rates? A .. . ... . -.. -

. Should your congressman have supported a balanced budget based
* on'reduced government spending? Y S (HR 218)

RON MCNEIL IS THE CONSERVATIVE CHOICE FOR NORTH FLORIDA Authorized b ^cNei' for Congress Campaign Committee

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African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams. Pastor
"God Out Father, Christ Our Redeemer.
Man Our Brother'

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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. OCT. 21, 1052


Off to Camp

' The students pictured above are Faith
i .Christian School 7th and 8th graders who left
,."'Monday, October 18 to spend a week at "The
' Wilds", a Christian camp in North Carolina.
SThey will Join 80 other boys and girls for five
days of outdoor recreation: canoeing, hiking.

.- Poster Com


tubing, sports and a 313' water slide; and also
attend outdoor classes in riflery, photogra-
phy, and various nature studies. Students in
the back row are Robert Quarles, Tommy
Ford, Edward Wood, Lee Parker, Howard
Richards, Chris Pate, and Darryl Davidson.
In the front row are Holly Stripling, Crystal
Neilson, Craig Burkett, Daren Brant, Jerry
Gilbert, Brian Peiffer, Shannon Presnell and
Andy Richards.


The Board of County Commission of
Gulf County will receive.sealed bids from
any person, company. 'or corporation in-
terested.in selling the County the follow-
ing described personal property:
Pedalse-celling fans. completely in.
stalled. that comply with the national
electrical code as well as all state
and local electrical codes. Specifics.
lions are as follows'
1. Number - 70
2. 52 Inch diameter
3 Wooden blades
4. Reversible switch
5 Three speed switch
6 Five year warranty with ball.
bearing motor requiring no lubri
Bids will be received until 900 o'clock
A.M E S T. November 9. 1982 at the Of-
lice of the Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000
Fifth.Strlieet Portn St Joe. Floroida 32458
The Board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
By ist Jimmy 0 Gorsman. Chairman
It 10-21
The public is invited to participate in
the final public hearing on the application
for a Community Development Block
Grant from HUD to improve Ihe water &
sewer district in Highland View and pro.
vide water to Williamsburg Subdivision
The hearing will be October 26, 1982. at
800 p m. EST Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe. Fla The meeting is to be
conduclea.-by the Apalachee Regional
Planning Council.
By: isl Jimmy 0 Gortman. Chairman
Attest Jerry Gates. Clerk
lic 10.21
I, Joyce D Williams, duly elecleo Pro-
perty Appraiser of Gulf Counly,'Forioaa.
do, hereby certlly the Real Estate. Per-
sonal Property, Railroad & Private Car
liie'darfd the Minerial'Ta Rolslso the Gulf
* County Taf Collector 6n this the 19th day
of' Ocober., 1982, as provided for in
* Florida statutes no 50011.'
;., ,......' . ". ' l..c 10-21
The Board-ol County Commission of
Gulf County will receive sealed bids from
any' person: companyy, or corporation In-
terested in selling the County the follow-
Ing described personal property " ,
(1) One-new economical, 'American

made. non-compact truck. Delivery
date must be specified Liaulaated
damages for failure to deliver unit
on specified date will be set at
55.00 per day.
Bids will be received until 9-00 o'clock
A M.. E S T., November 11. 1982, at tne of-
fice of the Clerk of Circuit Court. 1000
Fifth Street. Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
The Board reserves Ine right to reject any
and all bids
By isl Jimmy 0 Gortman. Chairman
21c 10-21

The Board of County Commission of
Gulf County will receive sealed bids from
any person. company, or corporation in-
terested in purchasing from thne county
the following described personal proper-
The Gull County Board of County Com.
missioners will take sealed bids on
various ano sundry Items of surIlus pro.
perty previously used by the Gulf County
Civil Defense including, but not limited to
the following items
I1) Radio Transceiver. Heath 12)
(1) Halitcrafleir (N9050a
"*1) Ross C B, i90-491
(1) Electro transmiltter im90681
II) HammalunO RME 900 690-891
Property may be viewed by contacting
Civil Defense Director Bill Lamar at
9041227-1115 in Port St Joe or
9041639-5993 in Wewahitcnka
Mark your bia envelope , Bid Civil
Defense Eauipment inside state Ine
Item'you are Didding on ana Ins amount
you bid. Turn your bid imo the Clerm s 01-
lice at the courthouse in Porll St Joe
Bias will be receiveO until 9 00 o'clock.
A M . E.S T . November 9 1982. at the Of.
lice of Ins Clerk of Circuit Court. 1000
Fifth Street. Port St Joe. FL 32456 The
Boaro'reserves the lignt to reject any ana
all bids
By:Isl Jnimrny 0 Gorlman Chairman'.
21 10-21

Tne Star. a weekly newspaper. is
published each Tnursday. wltn 52 issues
annually. The ofllice ol the puolicallon is
located at 306 Williams Ave.. Port St. Joe,
Gulf County. Florida 32456. with tne
'business offices located at the same ad-
dress' Wesley R Ramsey. P- O Box 308,
Port. St -.Joe, Florida 32456 "is the

To make your chicken cut-
lets, debone frozen chick-
en breasts when only par-
tially thawed. Use a thin,
sharp knife. The meat will
hold its -sh'ape' and ' leave
the.bone easily:

- Public Notices -

WORSHI' SERVICE ...............
CHURCH SCHOOL ..................
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday)...

publIsher, editor and managing editor.
The, owner'of .oThe; Star Is. Wesley R.
Ramsey, P. b. ox 308, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456. There are no known bond-
holders, mortgagees, or other security
holders owning oroholding I percent or
more of total amount of bonds, mort.
gages or other securities ' ,
Extent and Nature of Circulation
Average No. Copies Each issue During
Preceding 12 Months
3175 total copies printed; witn paid cir-
culation sales through dealers and car-
riers. street vendors and counter sales of
1455. mail subscriptions of 1600 for a
total palo circulation of 3055. free
distribution of 20 loi a total distribullion
of 3075 copies not distributed 55. return
from news agents 45. for a total of 3175
Actual No. Copies aolSingle issue
Published Nearest to Filing Date
3200 total copies printed with paid cir
culation sales through dealers ane
Carolers. street vendors ana counter sales
of 1505 mail subscriptions of 1545 for a
lotal paid circulation of 3050., Iree
distributllon of. 20 for a total distribution
of 3070.60 copies not'distributed and 70
returns from news agents for a total of
Wesley R Ramsey. Editor


Never slice bread when it's
still hot from the oven.
You'll get neat, even slices
if you wait until the loaf
is cool The loaf will
slice better on its side.

9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
6:00 P.M., C.S.T.-

ScooWinners of the Highland View Elemen- HimJmerick, a
School Halloween Poster Contest were Wiley, Brian
n e:oserae Front row- Ryan Clark, June pictured is Ri

- - Highland View Elementary Third and Fourth gradp Divi-
-,' School recently conducted a sion: 1st place, June Him-
'Poster Contest for the Ha- merick; 2nd place, Ryan
,.--:Aoween Carnival to be held Clark; and 3rd place, Kelli
Saturday, October 30. The Dean. Fifth and Sixth grade
'Parade will begin at 12:30 Division winners were: 1st
:' .-p.m., with the Carnival begin- place, Robin Kimmell and
.. ing at 1 p.m. at the school. Jennifer Snyder; 2nd place,
Winners are as follows: Brian Ammons and Connie

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Burrows; and 3rd place, Rus-
sell Funderburk and Lee
The Highland View PTA
wishes to thank Mrs. Hilda
Duren and Rev. Ernest Barr
for serving as judges for the

Cystic Fibrosis Winners

SPrizes were awarded to the three top
pnoney collectors In the Cystic Fibrosis Bike-
A-Then held recently at the track in Port St.
iJoe. Pictured left to right are: Amanda
Smith, third place winner; Regina Smith, se-

cond place winner; Jerry Gilbert, grand prize
winner of a $50 savings bonds donated by
Panhandle Realty and Beach Rent-all; Bob-
bie Miller and Bill Miller, representing the
grand prize donors. ' -Star photo

S-Enjoy Year Round Country Living at Its Best!

S RE EK WOODA Wetappo Creek Development
4' .... . " . UO ._
�. - . . .:;% .- '' ' "7 -...

* Paved Streets
* Underground Utilities'
* All 1/2 Acre Lots or Larger
* Only 3V2 units north of Over-
street. bridge on.: State Rd. 386

Waterfront Lots $10,000.00

* Street Lights /
* Paved Boat Ramp 1
* Deep water to intracoastal o
waterway, East Bay anB (Bulf of Down
Mexico ' 0 Bal. 10 yrs.

Qwner Financing

at 12%

Inside Lots, $5,000.00

Enjoy Townhouse Living at Mexico Beachl

200' from Gulf

Two bedroom, 21/2 bath townhouses. Kitchens, Euro-
pean style cabinetry in kitchen/bath. Sundecks, central
heat/air. Financing to qualified buyers.

f'7fl % r.ff 25% Down

Bal. 12% Int.

42nd Street * Mexico Beach

QGulffront Townhouses

$0p ri. occupancy. Luxury by the pier. Two ard 3
bedrooms. 21/2 baths. -

Pre-Construction $78 ,500 -$83,500
Prices $78.504UU-8%5O0U

Terms - $30,000 DoWn

_ Balance Over 3 years at 5% interest.

38th Street * Mexico 'Beach


A Highway 98 & 31st Street
K- 1 Mexico Beach, Florida T,,I

648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073 FLORIDA)

Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate
Orena Miller, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate

Britt Pickett, Associate
Branch Office - 229-8493

* MINfi


Own Your Own Business!
* Jean Shop
* Children's Shop
* Shoe Store
* Dress Shop
$5,900 to $16,500
In-Store Training
Grand Opening
Fixtures Installed
Call 1-800-527-6443

Luxury 3 day - 2 night AARP
- NRTA conducted tour, Nov.
19, 20, 21 to Weeki Wachee and
the Dark Continent, only $95.
Bus pick up, Mexico Beach,
St. Joe Beach, St. Joe. Call
Stiles Brown, 227-1613. It

Rummage Sale: Sponsored
by Mexico Beach Volunteer
Fire Dept. Sat., Oct. 30th, 8
a.m. - 4 p.m. CST. In front of
Mexico Beach Shopping
Center. 2tc 10-21

Trailer for Sale: 14x60'
Westgate trailer, 2 bdrm., un-
furnished. 227-1329 or 2294154
anytime. 2tc i0-21

There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. Every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
J. P. Cooley. Sec.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.
The Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfe 6-4

Master the skills of effective weight
loss and lifetime weight management.

Call 227-1145
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22nd � . S.r�et , MxicoBeac
22nd Street * Mexico Beach.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1982


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2 bdrm., 1 ba., liv. rm., din. Whistler radar detector $135 . Carport Sale: Sat., Oct.
rm.,.den'& kitchenon 2% lots, new, selling for $60; f'loc.b. 23rd; 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. ON-
213-8th- St., Port St. Joe. radio,$20.. Call 2294099; and LY. 1321 McClellan Ave.
$27,500:00, owner financing. aik fo Jerry. - '~1tp 10-21 Clothes, toys & misc. items.
Phone 14/900-2445695. F-or - '
showingcall 229821.tf -21 Davenport 78, 2 cushion, Yard Sale: 217 7th St., Port
owing ca . green-gold print, good con- . St:Joe, Sat., Oct. 23, 9:00 until.
-Mexico Beach Duplex, 1 dition. Call 648.349..-c 10-21 Heater, dining set, end tables,
. bar d ha., kt, h dch'e r 18' fiberglass. V-bottom roll-a-wgy bed, clothes, misc.

combo, carpet ''ac. Lg' lt boat; 85 Merciy; heavy'duty items,. 'ltp 10-21
Within walki.ngdistanc' trailer, stainless steel gas Yard Sale: Saturday, Oct.
. Gulf. Priced to sell at '$44500. . . ssi lt " to 23,-9ffc0801"16th St
, .. o. -648-5621.', slrimpmg. _-4 ,..fc102
Call .. -8-O,6or6 1. . .. . , Yard Sale: Oct. 23, 9:00 -
3 bdrm. bk home, m Black curly, si on.old 2:00. 615 Marvin Ave.,
3f.bdrm., blckn home,', Ins.dpuPPpy, looks like a poodle. ceramics, some holiday
fr oi'aid. 'sLanding, inside Will sell for"part-of yet. ex- decorations, toys, boy's
ityliits. ch/a, 'partly furn. senses. Call Wed., Fri. r Sat. clothes, some furniture. Come

shop,. patio, lawn building, -- '- --' e rly for. est buys!
fruit, trees, etc. etc. $35,000 '- Video game, 19" black & Multi-family yard sale, over
i fin.i'e.wahitchka 639-286d. whi.te- and ed rt..5;L":5x8 120A0 items to choose from!
S" 4tp9-23 trailer boxed-miu$50; g n at, Oct 23,1507 Palm Blvd.,

^ .Ji 3ndC oronado,-StqSt e �o r
Beach, 3 .blocks off beach. best offer. k648-5353.." !.'A * . Sat., Oct. 23, Patio Sale. 1014
High'andfdry; 648-5994. tfc 10-8 McClellan Ave., 8 a.m'.
� _ ._ "". _' ", " ..",,;FREE: Ite kittens,1 black Clothes, shoes, pots and pans,
3 bedroom house at 219 7th & white, 1 black. Call 2294773 linen, dishes, lots good junk.
Street. Come by. 4tc 9-30 after 4 p.m. Y l,
.... -Yard Sale: Friday, Oct. 2,
.5 room house with 2 room -Mobile Home: 12x55' in good 313 Fortner St.; Mexico Beach.
house in' back. Chain link cofidition;'pairtiallj frised. 9 till. Books, toys, Avon collec-
W- red, new air cond&, partly $3,40. f0rr Chl. .' tio';.f junk. .
. .f" shd',"near schoobbl. Phod 227j327.' - -?. ";' tf.-fS i2 l - f j ..
229 -81Tfter6p.m. 3tpl0-7 " ' Big Yard and Patio Sale, 2
Ho s efo." sa.le 21. n g 1975 22' center .-console families, Variety of items,' no
for Apllo Sports Fishermai' .r ly.-sales. Friday, Oct. 22, 9
,AHve...ro. 2100 sq. ft. undergo Apio 9 o tii -M'ei 't5, Sa t. 23, 9 to12. 128
r- f,550 0. 0.-$2,300 down, outboaiedi iotor 0 it ,i iunterCi rcle.
tr .' mHu____rC _ _le.
" ' l.oal or, o er t aileri Cal978 ana8 ard Sale, Hwy. 98, Mexico

Stown.er, mexc Bach fel-erman Shephrd, a- Sun. 9am. unt. 890 nParker
b'lb coff wter1x075, fenc- p1rox. 6-8 m6 ntlisold:dCUll Ave., H.V. (last house oritleft).
e $15 200 Cell 6h.e 22.8238 , during 'the -day . r Lots of odds arid ends, plus all
. t.l-'-14 229 8538 the vemnig. 'Itc leftover inventory from
5 l M a v '.LOST' children pair :of Fabric Store closeout at give-
Lot;b ower m sell, LOST:.l.,^ tim --Huge Yaprd Salo: Fri., Sat.,

H * J -~^. eye glasses with silver metal a-a p S itm in-
HOUSE FOR SALE frames. REWARD. If found 2 flde5: z eastic 'a; butto
. 1302. Garrison Ave. 2, e 227-1278 during the "f S.c; am. until. 890'Parker
S dr,.onw1 .5it0 e. I0h, psd .lt Ah"A1e v n Lts of'oddS arid ent, plser al

e... l breakfast ut d1. ngsef yd.; patterns :i ea.; throw
e h' b av c rdne LO,.ST from home: White p io ces $4.50 set, plus much
eyeneighborood hone m Himlayan"cat, gray more. Everything must go.n
S return. Disappeare. in 'make an offer. Also, some
S _: _i-;' -ha________ " August CaIl229-689 r itf-10-21 lidisehold items and clothes,
S.. ' r � y d - rid.;a roll-awany bed.; throw

For Sale by Owner- 1110 Palm Blvd.'
Port St.- Joe
Call 904/968-5464, Pensacola ric gao

g -Bi Garage Sale and
Bake Sale. Delicious
. homemad'e.gobdies! Great
selections- of ' ladies'
clothing and just in time for
Christmas, 'an'. artificial
tree! Saturday, Oct. 23rd,
9:00,- 3:00, 210,16th St., Port
St. Joe.

,' Gigantic Porch Sale, St. Joe
*Beach; Four families.- Sat.,
Oct. 23, 1982 from 9:00 a.m.
-4:00 p.m. Corner of Alabama
and Santa Anna. ltp

S9800B EAST-IdIGHIAY'98 * P. 0. Bx 1332
1 Sales - '6485716 Rentals
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S"107 Hunter Circle -'
' bdrm., 1 ba. on Ig. chain link fenced lot.
-Stove, refrig. & alc stay. Must see to ap-
preciate. $33,000.'


* New Listing: 515 8th St. Only
$25.000 for this 3 bdrm., 1 ba. house.
Spacious, call to'see. '
* 2 lots on Palm Blvd. & 18th St. $17,500
for foth. ' ' . .
* 706 Woodward Ave. 4 '
bdrm.. 2 ba Must see to appreciate.
Only $27,500.
* Great buy at only $41,500. 3 bdrm., 1
ba., only 7 yrs. old. Long Avefiue.
* 1501 Monument Ave Large 3 bdrm., ..
11. 1'2 ba.. liv. rm., din. rm & kit. combo.
* New Listing: 619 Marvin Ave. 3 bdrim;,
1 '/2 ba,. chain link fence,' g. house.

* 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer, on 3rd Street, 2
porches. A real buy, call today for appt.
* Georgia Ave., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer. Ig.
screen porch, many extras, $29,000.


'1306 Long Avenue
2 bdrm., 1 ba home. Close to school.


* Waterfront townhouse. 3 barm. 2 ba
now under construction, fireplace.
$95.000. '
* Pineda St.. large 3 bdrm 1' 2 ba house
orn 2'2'lots. $49.900 with good ownei
financing. �
* New Listing on Cororiado Si Real nice
lot, only $8.0.00.

* Canal front. reduced to $31.500 with a
good assumable 7% interest mor-
tgage.'3 bdrm., 2 ba.

* 1 bdrm. furnished. $190 per mo.
* 2 bdrm furnished, $185. $200. $250.
$275 $375 & $400 per nmo �
* 1 bdrm unfurnished $350 per mo
* 3 bdrm. $300 & $350 per mo.
* 4 bdrm., $275 & $400 per mo.
* 1 bdrrh. furnished, $165 per mo

1 bdrm. beachside apart-
ments (utilities paid) at
Beacon Hill. Also travel
trailer spaces and 1. mobile
home space. Call 648-8398.
tfc 10-7
Approx. 900 sq. ft. office for
rent on 'Reid Ave. Call
229-8899. tfc 9-30
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac , the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western' Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.

No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joge Furniture.
,227 j-l_-_ .,. '_____
fRooms for Rent: by day,
week,- month. Air cond., TV.
Thamies~'otel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7-1
Camping, campers for rent,
day, week or month. On the
Gulf, beach 'or wooled site.
Bill and 'Renee Schlicknidn.
Res. 229-610P.
Fully furnished one
bedroom c6ttage;'glassed', in
porch,' available nbw'. Cme
see at 207 Corbnado St:. St. Joe
Beach or phone 648-8918.
S. '* . , \ : . - . "i.'.'. tfc9-16

Two used'- school buses,
$1,300 for both. Call 227-1191.
Take up payments on 1978
4-wheel drive GMC truck. A/c,
am-fm radio. Contact 'Jerry
Gainous at 227-1260, '{
1974 Ford Courier pick-up
truck, am/fm'" 8-track, good
cond. 648-5016,' after 7:00,
648-5264'. Itc 10-21
1970 Pontiac Catalina, good
tires and new' battery, $150 or
best offer. 648-5184. Itp
1980 Mazda RX-7, 28,000
miles, a.c., am/fm,stereo, cin-
namon, rear louvre, excel.
cond. $8,200. 229-6182. tfc 10-7

(2) 4 dr.'Cadillacs; (1)4 dr.
1979 Cadillac; 1974
Chevrolet lWb pickup; 1967
LTD Ford,2 dr., $395.
DilxleD Used Cars
Mexico Beach

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*Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
.229-6254. tfc

New Listing: 520

Need extra, income? Over
$400 month to start. Only few
hours each morning, Motor
route for Panama City News
Herald in Apalachicola. Call
Mr. Cox at 229-8019. 2tc 10-21
Motor route available for
Tallahassee Democrat. Ap-
prox. $200 per month for about
1'2 hours per day. Call
229-6676 or 229-8462 for more
information. 3tp 10-14
The-Gulf Co. Child Develop-
ment and Learning Center has
an' opening for a teachers-
aide. The position will be 5
hours .per day. Minimum
qualifications: high school
diploma with a knowledge of
child care and development.
Males are urged to apply. In-
terested applicants may apply
t' 'the Day Care Center
located on Peters St., between
1 and 4 p.m. Monday thru Fri-
S2t 10-14

Color specialists
Call 227-1782
If no answer call

St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe. Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jert Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.. 9:00-5:00, M, T. Th, F, S
9-00-12:00 Wed.
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tfe 4-29
Cabinet work, trim work,
doors, windows, shelves. Saw
filing, painting, stain work,
work with formica. Work
guaranteed. Bert Hall. Call
227-1584. tfc 8-19

Machine Work - Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-8803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day



* Carpet * Upholstery
* Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447
AVON - To Buy or Sell
Call Mrs. L. Z. Henderson
Group Sales Leader
tfc 8-26

All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 11-12

A bookkeeper can save you
Income Tax Dollars when
your bookkeeper is an ex-
perienced Tax Return Pre-
* . * * *
Monthly fee includes ALL
required tax forms.
* * * * *
M1r ork' will stand u .

229-6201 under C.P.A. audit.
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I keep children in my home, ' ) ',., /
Monday ,- Friday, 8-5. Call ' t -- Moved to 220 Reid Ave.
229-8642. Itp 10-21 (Next to Boyles)
We build aluminum car- Sears Catalog Sales Port St. Joe, Fla.
ports, patio covers, screen Phone 229-8536
porches, anddoguttserwork 227-1151 WAUNETA'S
All materials and labor guar- Bookkeeping Service
anteed.. Call Butler Construc- Leon Pollock, Owner Wauneta Brewer Pat Hohrnman
tion Co. 648-8926. ltc 10-21 410Reid Avenue owner Assmant
HANDY MAN UN---p---15
Wil repair all type of house-
hold carpentry jobs. Also.
repairs to mobile homes. Will - ACHEL' S FLORIST
install carpet & vinyl. Reason- -RACHL EL'S FLORIST
able rates. Ron Ross. 2294769. 204 Monument Avenue
"tp 10-2 1., Port St. Joe, Florida
Get rid of those pesty bugs the 229-8404 .
professional way. For / J* Fresh Flowers
reasonable rates, call Ron Arran nt
Ross at 229-6769. Itp10-21 - * Dried & Silk Arrangements
-- - * Dish Gardens & Plants
I am beginning to teach Novelty & Gift Items
beginner's music lessons int
the following areas: clarinet
s axophone, piano and guitar.it OPEN 9-5 - MONDAY - SATURDAY
Call Don Durham at 229-676 Rachel Towle, Owner
or 229-8462 as enrollment 0 1o40
space is limited. 3tp 10-14

Air Conditioning - Heating
Refrigeration - Appliance
Parts and Service
Electric - Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tfe 4-16

Third St. Excellent

location. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. , chain link
fence, work shop/stor. house, im-
maculate inside and outside. $20,500.
Terms can be arranged with owner.

3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonary home with
carport on Ig. lot in good neighbor-
hood. Chain link fence around
backyard. $33,500.00.

Lg. 4 bdrm., 3 ba. brick home in excel.
neighborhood, cen. air & heat,
fireplace and many extra features. By
appt. only.

Lg. frame dwelling with lots of porch
on 85'x130' lot, 1 V2 blk. from beach.
St. Joe Beach. Also 1 bdrm. cottage
on property. Sold .as is furnished.

3 bdrm., 2 ba., Ig. family rm., good
location. $36,900.00.

3 bdrm., 1 ba. frame dwelling at 110
Duval St., Oak Grove. Only $8,000.


221 Reid AvenOe Port St. Joe, Florida

Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group -
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T. ,'
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T. ' '
St. James Episcopal Church '
Phone 229-8720
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols - ,
3196th St., Highland View.
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Walls, woodwork, and win- .;
dows cleaned. Also some yard 'fi
work by experienced husband.'-
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490 '
Psychological Services for'
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf CountyJA
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe. '4
227-1145 (24 hours)

St Joseph Bay

W. S. (BifflQuarles :

The Sewing Room
p . 410 A Reid Avenue OO
ppj^A Port St. Joe, Florida V8
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"

(Interior and Exterior)
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew
Call 229-8977


1313 Long Avenue * Phone 229-6374


Call and Talk to Us About Get-
ting Your Furniture Refinished
to Look Like New. We Buy and
Sell Used Furniture.


406 7th Street

* Mexico Beach, Fla.

Custom Matting & Framing of:


OPEN Wed. thru Sat. - 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. EST
Sunday - 1 p.m. *7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Member Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914

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"I think it was something I ate."

kills bugs for
up to six months,

and saves you about $100 yearly
in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe. Florida

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Warm maple finished veneers and solid wood make
is Early American classic a great value Includes
esser, landscape mirror, 5-drawer chest and full size
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Choose this massive Broyhill pine bedroom and
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CLUB CHAIR . . . Save 150.
Elegant traditional chair features coil springs and plush Dlue
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Low back traditional style from famous Kroehler Covered in
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HEX TABLE. Oai finish table bv Kroehler One only As Is Reg. $169.95. $
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' 401 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Fla.




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THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. TIIURSDAN, OCT. 21, 19i)2

Honor Rolls nc o

. Port St. Joe Elementary School Monday Oct.25.
Luncheon meat and.cheese
Port St. Joe Elementary rick Chitty, Chris Cox, Donna Brown, Mark Godwin, Timo- sandwich, fruit mix, baked
SEdhool announces its Honor Durham, David Fernandez, thy Kerigan, John Moore, and beans, pickle and lettuce, and
. Roll for the first six weeks Patrick Freeman, Lori Gent- John Ray. milk.-
. grading period: ry, Kyle Griffin, Scott Godwin, Grade six: Chris Bowen, Tuesday, Oct. 26*
. ALL A's David Groos, Erich Hohman, Kay Burkett, Lori Carter, Pizza, sliced peaches, mix-
Grade one: Shannon Antley, Darrell Linton, Rachael Mc- Randy Chancey, Lisa Davis, ed vegetables, cookie; and
Clay Cox, Lee Duren, Rachael Culley, Julie McDonald, Vi- Timn Davis, Matt Durham, milk.
. Dykes, Shannon Griffin, Lisa vian Miller, Susan Minge;, Wendy Groos, Patricia Lee, Wednesday, Oct. 27
Jo Keeling, Christie McCulley, Paula Pendarvis.'Trsha Phil- Danny Moree, George New- Chicken, rice and gravy,
Nicole Wilder, and Brian lips, Mathew Taylor, Nicole some, Kim Osborne, Eddie turnips, pear half, cornbread,
W' ombles. Whaley, Calondra White, Ramsey, Missy Sims,-Hannon and milk,
Grade two: Robert Arrold, Gwen WhiteEagle. Smith, Tammy Thomas, Chris "
Brad Buzzett, Heather John- Grade five: Jim Anderson, Wahl, Stephanie Wilson, and Ft h Chr t
Ar. son, Crystal Kennington, Jo- Phyllis Anthony, David Tyson Young. F i Christia
F die Mapes, Leah Ray, Tina
, Rich, Chuck Watson, and * * * * * * * Activity Sat.
. mothy Whitfield. ., Faith Christian School is
Grade three: Angel Barr, K' ' - sponsoring a fish fry, garage
S Rachael Higdon, Kellie Mo- r nIa View sale, craft and bake sale this
ri- ee, Patricia Nedley, Maria Saturday, October 23,.at the
GPerry. fr B i R.u. E e n a School corner of 5th and Reid Ave.
.' Grade four: Benjamin Russ. E iel ieniary The sale booths will open at 9
.Grade six: : : , a m , and the fish dinners and
'Lance Campbell, Yolanda The Highland View Ele- Carr, Dana Earley, Jason barbeque sandwiches will be
SDaniels, Laney Howell, Stacey mentary School announces the Falbe, Davy Young, Alison served from 11 a.m. until 2
Kemp, Mickey Lewter, Missy Honor Roll for the first six Lowery, Jason Kennedy, Ja- p m. A special half price sale
.' Rice, and Kristin Totman weeks: son Ammons, Brandy Conrad, will be 'held from 3 until 4 in
, ALL A's and B's ALL A's Jason Nugent, and Kimberly the afternoon.
.', .Grade one: Melissa Ander- Fourth grade: Peter Klope Thomas.., - .. arv estival is a
'.son, Cedrick Anthony, Kelly andfAngelqSt.'Clair.' ' Tiird grade Jeanet Hale, fundraing rojet put on b
.' Ann Burkett, Christy Chan- Fifth grade: Tammy Stal- Christy Hawkins, June Him- und-raising project psit on by
- cey, Kara Hogue, Kevin Lee, lings. merich ,Randy Ramsey, Mat- the parents of the students
f ..Shalonda McNeal, Allen Mar- Sixth grade: Tammy Wil- thew Richter, Shannon Smith, eac roea T n y t
shall, Joey Newbery, Christo- liams, Bobby VanPieterson, and Pam Williams. cm e br o w e nd bhym e
pher Nixon, Jamie Parrish, Laura Ridgley, Michael Ram- Fourth grade: Sherrin Hill,
S Pausha Pendarvis, David sey, Christy McDaniel, Rus- Jamie Kosier, Genevieve Mid-
. Pool, Jessie Raffield, Eric sell Funderburk. dleton, Carol Sims, and David
J Ramsey, Tarus Riley, Tina ALLA'sandB's Parker.-- , , . Turkey Shoot
Sewell, Andy Smith, Allison First grade: Joni Peak, Fifth, grade: Josh Hanna, The Mexico Beach Volu -
I.' Spikes, and Kelli Yeager. Shelly Fettinger, Josh Col- Jenny Hicks, Louis Lindsey, The Mexico Beah Volur-
., Grade two: Michael Evans, bert, Matt Hanna, Judy Him- Jeff' Robe6its, Derek Schott, Firepep hold a
Tappan Gandy, Daniel merich, Shanon Dew, Richard Darielle Scott, and Sijayne Turkey Shoot on Hwy. 98 at
E -uHighes, April Little, Sherry Wood, Dana Maige, Kendra Ulr. . Mexico Beach Service Center,
Ludlam, Kristen Nichols, Ari- McDaniel, Kelly Nugent, and Sixth grade: Vincent VonEl-' Oct23 and 24 from12'pm to4
o..":n Nickson, Tiffany Sanders, Dee Dee Nichols. lingtton, Billy Miller, Christy p.m-.
S 'yince Taylor, Travis Wil- Second grade: Jeanne Maige, Robin Kimmel, 'and Everyone is welcome to
S:liams, and Analisa Wood. Wood. Mitch Harvey, Becky Tommy Sanders. ' participate in this event.
M -:-.Grade three: Tenesa
- Adams, Chad Arrant, Norton * ote
l'' 'rrant, Pamela Bowen, Scott
,.Boyns, Shaun Butler, Mary Lim ted Time Left To
. -'z.-Ann Byrd, Shelley Campbell,
...Daniels, Elitha Gant, Karen A . Aa e

S;]emieux, Jeffery Little, Jason M A "F : A d em y
. 1i lcKeithen, Kristy Melvin, High School seniors have larships. The Air Force Aca- ships will be. awarded to
. ohn Miller, Ashley Murphy, only a limited amount of time demy usually accepts about seniors who intend to pursue
i' eff Newberry, Stacy New- now in which to apply to the 1500 new cadets each year. scientifiC or engineering de-
' ..sme, Wendy Osborne, Mat- Air Force Academy or to Since January is the dead- grees. Eligibility require-
; ti.few Pate, Davina Seymore, apply for, a four-year Air line' for receiving nomina- ments include a high school
-. -"3erfny Simmons, Carolyn Ste- Force ROTC scholarship, cau- tions, seniors must begin the grade point average of at least
,."- phens, Anthony _Thomas _Ja; . tions.__M, jor,,Gefdoly.n ;nuapplicationprocess Jlmmedi- .2.5, .a-class standing.in.the top - -
son White,' ichael Whitfield, Leidemann, Air Force Admis- ately in order to be considered 25 percent, and college en-
Jamie Wilder, and Jason sions Liaison Officer for an this year by the Air Force trance examination scores of
Witten. area which includes Gulf Academy. At the present time, 1000 on the SAT or 23 on the
Grade four: Lisa Atkins. County. This year the Air the Air Force Academy is ACT.. ,
. Jeffery Batson, Brenda Force will award 7,000 ROTC especially interested in those . Graduates 'of these two'
.. Burns, Ann Cantley. Roy scholarships, about a fourth of who may be pilot-qualified, so programs are commissioned
Campbell, James Carter, Der- which will be four-year scho- any eligible young man or as 2nd lieutenants in the U.S.
woman with 20-20 vision who Air Force. ROTC graduates
has a desire to be an Air Force incur an active duty obligation
Public Notices pilot is strongly urged to apply of four years, while Air Force
- - immediately. To be eligible, a Academy graduates serve five
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OF GULF COUNTr FLO-')PiD r,c. i,,,, a student must be a U.S. citizen years. Those completing pilot
SP ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS up,.:.r. Ilr- i.:.r, :. i,,. aCenai., ic between 17 and 22 years old, training serve six years.
SlSewl I l.E ir. .1 i ehm, l .- 11 E ,.' i ,
so Nom.mC:.�, 9 19-2 700 E, : T ,",:cn i n ..i(i P ,.nn a.: ..., .ue unmarried, and have college Anyone desiring additional
. , In Gull Cour.i, Boar.i c. u , C.Tou , Co ,i-.,' '..Ir ,',unlmcer ;SB'WALI li' )" entrance examination scores information on these pro-
m .s-ir.,ei curinlou,. PrT si o on ,re,,, .-. ., o, ri,,-..mpe.i I a of at least 1000 on the SAT or 23 grams may check with a high
- Fior.a3 a1 .ir.cn rli and ic.la,:c 311 It.,d T Cc, ,:K 1 EST n ine llcr,- school dance counselor or
I ille iubi.cly oDeneo an.i ,ea ,iou. .O-, in- -ie[ , i, ine Ci couri, Cour on the ACT ' school guidance counselor or
FIRE r,,a-le p.:nsi . e 1 o,..Al n, iin-r . The deadline is December 15 call or write Major Leide-
"Z FIRE STATION f51,e .a,,0,.,ope, I,,r ar. :, i Ire rr,,gr. il for those interested in the Air mann at (904) 785-0095 or 3015
411 " GULF COUiuJTY BEACH D..3a c , lei: o 1, iai pr.oi i t 3n . zl RInv I.,
,, . VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMErIT , .,.i ,'3 i ,i E~ ,:uli,., 'Force ROTC four-year scho- Lanny Lane, Panama City, Fl
SPORT ST OE FLORIDA ,., KEN MuF'H-s SHERIFF larship. Most of those scholar- 32405.
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Any acailional eirs .11 ,e relunaCd IC: RAClCHEL S FLORliT I SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE . . ..... .10:00A.M.
' $250io o cc,s oi reiro.,c i.,.- Ai accu :oLi Monumeni .e.i. ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS .......... 1'1:00 A.M.
ml.on. *mein s be ,e,0 r are.3 a ., :i d. , ,i J .: .,'. 5, Study in the Gospels, Wednesday - 7:00-7:45
Siash.eisccP.e ce..anh r. c- . W elcorme to Everyone
,^ Dona Icr 1O lee Inan 5'". .-,T ire ,TOu,-i ' "1
of bla. must acco,,-t'any', �acn p.' o.D..3, i
Perfomance ,iDo, C.d ,T,."..i c...,n, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
* ana workr.T.amn s ComDent 3i.,n ..aurin,:c FICTITIOUS NAME Phon 2296857
t - Will be reauirea O1 Ine .,ui:;e.-"ul c.ddcle Lca.I.A 6 OuH'c'eN a..a S'BIL f a'LN
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c hales A ,askin. ARA FICTITIO US NAME,21, . o Reg. Priced 15.00. SAVE $65.00
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daa of OcIober. 1982 1ur.uani I. 3 /rT E,,iri:i .s , I', : Dl " r,''ced o I , ' - " ' ' ' "
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of Gull Counrly Fioirla Caise NuTbce Miagenian Srpr Ne
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Thursday, Oct. 28
Fish with Tartar sauce,
sliced applies, French fries,
bun,' and milk..
Friday, Oct. 29
Spooky Spaghetti, . Jack
o'Lantern salad, Bobbin' ap-
ple, Monster muffin, Witches
: Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods. .


Moved to

R Anger Craig Wilcox, of St.
Joseph Peninsula State Park,
has. been promoted to. the
position of Assistant Park
Ranger at Sebastian Inlet
State Recreation Area, 'in
Brevard County. Wilcox, who
had previously been at High-
lands Hammock State Park,
1a's' b'e-n here at Port St. Joe
for a year and a half. He and
his wife Connie, and their
three children, have enjoyed
their brief stay here and are
thankful to all those Gulf
Countians who have helped
make their stay here so
Sebastian Inlet, Wilcox's
new duty station, is the most
heavily visited park in Flori-
da, with more than 1.25 million
visitors per year. His new
address will be: Lt. and Mrs.
J. C. Wilcox, 9700 South A-1-A,
Melbourne Beach, Fl 32951.






In the state of F'DRTTA ' at the close of business on " "Seaprember 30,
published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency,'under title 12, United States Code. Section 161



iim o

, , *-)

National Bank Region Number * _____
Thousands of dollars

Statement of Resources and Liabilities
Cash and due frdm depository institutions 1. , 9 - ...
U.S. Treasury securities ..... ... .. . .. . . . .. .. .. . .. 500
Obligations of other U S Government agencies and corporations . ... ': 1525
Obligations of States and political subdivisions .
in the United States ....'' ............' 3 5

All other securities ... ..... .. .. . . ..........................
Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ....
Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) .......' .: ... " ' 8,.9/ ,
Less: Allowance for possible loan losses .... .. .. . . . ... 082 .
Loans Net
Lease financing receivables .... . ... .
Bank premises furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ..,......
Real estate owned other than bank premises . . .... . .. .
All other assets. . . . . . .. . . . .. .
.TOTAL ASSETS ...... .'i .... ....... ...........
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships.

and corporations . ...... ...
Time and savings deposits of individuals, partner-
ships, and corporations. .. . . . .
Deposits of United States Government .......... . ......... .. ..
Deposits of States and political suDdivisions in
ihe United States ... . .. . . . .. . ..................
All other deposits . . .... .... ... ......
Cenified and officers checks ..' : . ..... .

.'. 60 -


L: 316_7

3 633
041 L

Total Deposits .......... ..... . ' ' -. .... ....... .. _ ---
Total demand deposits ...' ....... . .. .. .....'........... .. . .. . 6, 992-I
Total time and savings deposits ..... .:........... .......... 9,623
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ............... 850
Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued'to the U. S. Treasury and other
liabilities for borrowed money ...... .......... . ..... -
Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases ........ . . . .. . .........NONE
All other liabilities, . .... ..... .. . . .... ...... . . . . ....... ... . . ......... 260
TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures)..... .................. 17,725-
Subordinated notes and debentures ....... ...... . NONE...

-J * . .: _ . ____
Preferred stock No. shares outstanding NONE
4. Common stock No. shares authorized 16 000
Surp1us . No. shares outstanding 1 000'
S u rp lu s . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . .. '. .. . . .
Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and other capital' reserves
. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL ................ ...........

o Amounts outstanding as of report date:
.Z Standby letters of credit, total
S. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100.000 or more
0 Other time deposits in amounts of S100.000 or more
2 Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date.
W J Total deposits ........... ....................

We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this
,statement of resources and liabilities. We declare that it has
been examined by us, and to the best of our knowledge and
belief is true and correct.

- ._ _ --. Directors

o rVc(o s

.. (par value) NONE

(par value) 400
..... . 692
1,742 -

. ... ... NONE
.... . NONE


I, Glen W. Williams

Senior Vice President & Cashier

of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this
Report of Condition is true and correct to the best of
my knowledge and belief.


October 12, 1982

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on Saturday, October'30, at
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October 27;' $7.00 thereafter
($1.00 discount to PRC mem-
bers). Singlets to all entrants.
Awards to first three overall
male and female, three deep
in each age division, and male
and female master winners.
Send self-addressed stamp-
ed envelope for registration
form to Panhandle Runners,
POB 381, Panama City, FI
32401. Race day registration
will start at 4:00 PM. For
information contact Race Di-
reetor at 265-9648.

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The Board of County Corn- flag.
missioners of Gulf County, .Upoi
Florida met September 13, Tanke
1982 in special session, duly Comm
advertised, with the following approve
members present: Chairman gust 2
Jimmy 0. Gortman, Douglas Purs
C. Birmingham, James L. receive
Tankersley, and Eldridge struct
Money. Also present were Pass,
Attorney William J. Rish, receive
Clerk Jerry Gates, Deputy Haven
Clerk Maurell Cumbie, and $27,953
Sheriff Ken Murphy. Alum
The meeting came to oider $25,176
at 7:00 p.m. traction
Chairman Gortman opened ven, F
the meeting with prayer and motion
Clerk Gates led the pledge of second
allegiance to the flag. the Bo
The Clerk announced that that M
the meeting was to consider or Dot
the tentative budget and mil- and re
lage rate for the County's tion to
.operations and stated the roll The
back rate did not exceed the Board
village rate. VFW, I
The Chairman then request- before
ed the Attorney to read a letter the Ve
from the Property Appraiser and ha
concerning the legal adver- of rei
Stisement of the budget meet- VFW i
S ' . - ; of Vet
'-". 'The Chairman then- an- Vetera
nounced the meeting was now Kleeb':
open for public comment. the Ati
After public comment, Comm. Schlick
..Money moved the Board adopt and ol
the tentative budget and mil- Vetera
lage rate. Comm. Birming- cussed
ham seconded the motion and Board
.it passed unanimously. Comm
There being no further due to
business, the meeting ad- between
journed. 'Vetera
The Board of County Com- an's 0
missioners of Gulf County, release
Florida, met September 14, comply
1982 in regular session with cernint
the following members pre-. Vetera
sent: Chairman Jimmy 0. an's 01O
Gortman, - Eldridge Money, be ter
James Tankersley, Douglas C. today,
Birmingham, and William R. tise toi
Branch. Others present were: for a
Attorney William J. Rish, and the
Clerk Jerry Gates, Deputy ate ass
Clerk Maurell Cumbie, Mos- an's Or
quito Control Director Doug a nem
Kent, and Sheriff Ken Mur- Comm
phy. the mo
The meeting came to order should
at 9:00 a.m. Officer
Reverend James Melvin After I
opened the meeting with pray- Clerk
er and Clerk Jerry Gates led , the V
the pledge of allegiance to the Vetera

n motion by Comm.
rsley and second by
n. Branch, the Board
wed the minutes of Au-
4, 1982, as corrected.
suant to invitation to
e sealed bids to con-
a boat ramp at Indian
the following bids were
ed: B&B Marine, Lynn
, Florida, as per plans-
!.53, with alternate bid,
inum Seawall,
'.23; McCormick Con-
ig Co., Inc., Lynn Ha-
lorida, $28,800.00. Upon
n by Comm. Branch and
I by Comm. Tankersley,
ard voted unanimously
mosquito Control Direct-
ug Kent study the bids
port his recommenda-
the Board.
Clerk informed the
that Bill Schlickman,
had requested to appear
the Board concerning
'teran's Service Office
d sent the Board a letter
commendations on a
investigation on reports
teran's- complaints 'on
n's Service Officer
s service to them, which
torney read aloud. Bill
kman, George Coody,
their members of the
ns of Foreign war dis-
this report with the
at length. After which,
. Branch moved that,
the strained relations
en the Board and the
n's Officer, the act of
rdination by the Veter-
fficer through a press
e, and the numerous
saints of Veterans con-
g the operations of the
n's Office that Veter-
fficer Fred J. Kleeb, Jr.
minated at 12:00 p.m.
that the Board adver-
receive job applications
new Veteran's Officer
e Board would appreci-
istance from any Veter-
rganization in selecting
w Veteran's . Officer.
. Tankersley seconded
otion, adding the Board
hire a new Veteran's
r as soon as possible.
further discussion, the
offered to help service
veterans until a new
n's Service Officer is

hired.- Upon vote the motion
passed unanimously.
Bill Schlickman, Veterans
of Foreign War, asked the
Board to consider closing the
Courthouse on Novembei 11
for Veteran's Day. The Clerk
stated November 11 is the
legal holiday celebrated by
County employees in honor of
Veteran's Day. The Board
agreed to help the Veterans of
Foreign War in the placement
of a cement flagpole for
celebration of Veteran's Day
and requested Mr. Schlick-
man contact Comm. Branch
when he was ready to proceed.
Bill Schlickman requested
the Board assist in completing
a road at 2nd Street and 4th
Avenue in Highland View The
Chairman instructed Comm
Branch to look into this
Charles Arthur Gaskin, ar-
chitect, reported that after
study of the core-borings at
the Beaches Fire Department
site, he will be ready to
advertise for bids for con-
struction of the fire station.
Charles.Arthur Gaskin; -pr-
chitect, presented three pro-
posals to construct an addition
to the St. Joe Ambulance
Building for the Board's consi-
Charles Arthur Gaskin, ar-
chitect, presented a report
from Davis and Kenyon, Engi-
neers, recommending an elec-
tric air-conditioning system
for the Courthouse. Comm.
Branch moved the Board
approve the recommendations
of the architect and engineer-
ing firm and that the Board
instruct the architect to adver-
tise to receive bids to repair or
replace the air-conditioning
system as soon as possible.
Comm. Birmingham seconded
the motion. Upon vote, the
motion passed unanimously.
Upon his request, County
employee Gene Armstrong
was allowed to return to work
with the Road Department on
a trial basis.
Robert Nations, Florida En-
gineering Association, pre'
sented a design plat of Trea-
sure Shores Subdivision, stat-
ing the subdivider was re-
questing the basic design be
approved before he proceeds
with the filing of the plat.


of the

tnty Commission.
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Comm. Birmingham asked
Mosquito Control Dire--'or
Doug Kent if this plat compli-
ed with the subdivision regula-
tions. Mr. Kent reported it
would comply after a few
changes. After discussion,
Comm. Tankersley moved the
Board approve- the basic de-
sign of this plat with the
provision that the subdivider
give the County an easement
on the western side of the
subdivision. Comm. Birming-
ham seconded the motion and
it passed unanimously
Hugh Kelley, Housing Pro-
gram Assistant. Department
of Veteran and Community
Af(airs, requested the Board
amend Gulf County Resolution
78-8, to include low and
moderate income families
Comm. Birmingham request-
ed Mr. Kelley meet with him
concerning the local admini-
stration of this program. After
the Attorney read the pro-
posed resolution, Comm
branch moved the Board
adopt the amended resolution.
Comm. Birmingham seconded
the motion and it passed
Clerk Jerry Gates reported
that at the September 13
meeting of the Dead Lakes
Water Management District
Board, the Dead Lakes Water
Management District Board
voted to remove the dam,
provided permits were re-
ceived Also, as part of an
agreement between Attorneys
Hentz McClellan and Jerry
Gerde, in the court case
Sullivan-vs-Shiver, et als,
,Case No. 82-62, that if three
gates were put back in the
lawsuit would become moot,
the Dead Lakes Water Man-
agement District Board had
voted to put the three gates
back in if they didn't damage
the Lake and requested the
Board of County Commission-
ers assist in replacing the
gates to save money. The
Board agreed. Comm. Birm-
ingham said that he heard a
Judge had ordered the Dead
Lakes Water Management
District Board to put the gates
back in a long time ago and
that he brought this matter up
only for clarification pur-
poses. The Clerk stated that no
Judge had ordered any Board
to install the gates and that the
Dead Lakes Water Manage-
ment District Board did this of
their own free will. The
Chairman requested the Dead
Lakes Water Management
District Board write the Road
Department requesting their,
assistance but that it would
have to be worked into the
normal work -schedule of the
The Clerk presented an
invoice from Cleveland Elec-
tric Company in the amount of

THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.

$900.00 for installation of two
motors in the Courthouse
air-conditioning system. Upon
motion by Comm. Money,
second by Comm. Branch,
. they unanimously approved
payment of this invoice.
The Clerk presented - an
invoice from St. Joe Service
Company, in the amount of
$467.28, for a compressor
installed in an air-conditioner
in the Tax Collector's Office in
the old Courthouse in Wewa.
Corn Tankersley moved the
Board approve this invoice
Comm Money seconded the
motion for discussion After
discussion, the motion passed
The Clerk brought to the
Board's attention an invoice
for fees from the Property
Appraiser, in the amount of
$125 35 stating the Board had
previously agreed to refund
all fees collected by the
Property Appraiser
The Clerk presented the Tax
Collector's request for partial
refund of 1981 Ad Valorem
Taxes to W. J. Owens, RE No
6268 074, the County's prorata
share being $188.73 Upon
motion by Comm. Money and
second by Comm. Branch, the
Board unanimously voted to
approve the refund
The Clerk resubmitted an
invoice from the Property
Appraiser for mailing trim
notices in the following
amounts: Magic Mailers,
$1,731.97; and Property Ap-
praiser's Office, $69.20.
Comm. Branch moved the
Board pay Magic Mailers.and
the Property-' Appraiser's in-
voices. Comm. Money second-
ed the motion. The Board
discussed this with the Prb-
perty Appraiser. The motion
passed with the following
vote: Yes- Comm. Tankers-
ley, Money, Branch, and Gort-
man. Comm. Birmingham
voted yes, stating he wanted
an amount pre-approved in
the Board's budget for the
next fiscal year so that the
Board could budget funds for
this purpose. The Chairman
requested the Property Ap-
praiser furnish the Board an
estimated amount for mailing
the trim notices.
Upon motion by Comm.
Branch, second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
vote, the Board adopted a
resolution concurring with the
Division of Forestry's recom-
mendations concerning treat-
ment of railroad rights-of-way
designated as fire hazard
areas in Gulf County..
The Clerk presented maps
of the .Undeveloped Coastal
Barriers for the Board's consi-
deration. The Board tabled
this matter
The Attorney presented a
letter he wrote to the Depart-

THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1982

ment of Transportation con-
cerning resurfacing of State
Road 71 and discussed com-
plaints that the contractor was
just filling the road 'with
asphalt and not digging out the
old asphalt properly. Comm.'
Money requested the Attorney
write the Department of
Transportation asking that the
repaving be done properly
The Attorney informed the
Board that Dr. Tom Gibson is
giving the County a beach lot,
requesting it be used for
ingress and egress to the
beach and also that he not
have to pay the 1981 taxes on
this property Comm. Birm-
ingham moved the Board
accept this lot and ask the
taxing authority to waive the
taxes on the property and also
that the Attorney prepare a
resolution commending Dr
Gibson for being so thoughtful
of the people of Gulf County.
Comm. Branch seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
The Attorney reported on
his negotiations with the De-
partment of Environmental
Regulations on the permit
requirements for the Buck-
horn Landfill as follows? Five
day attendant, five hours a
day and five day cover;
immediately post signs direct-
ing people to dump garbage at
site; agree to erect gates by
March 3, 1983, can renegotiate
on erecting gates by October
9, 1983 if substantial progress
is made "in cleaning up the
landfill site
After discussion, Comm.
Branch moved the Board
authorize the Attorney to
follow through with this agree-
ment with the Department of
Environmental Regulations.
Comm Money seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously. The Chairman direct-
ed the landfill director to erect
whatever signs were needed.
The Board requested the
Clerk write the Chamber of
Commerce informing them
that they have no objection to
the Chamber using the Gulf
County Map. printed in Dis-
covery Magazine for advertis-
ing purposes..
Comm. Birmingham re-
quested the Civil , Defense
Director publish an outline of
the Civil Defense Plans for
disaster over a period of time
as a news item.in the Star and
Breeze newspapers.
Comm. Birmingham re-
quested an article be publish-
ed in both newspapers inform-
ing all Veterans to call the
Clerk's Office for assistance
during the time the Board has
no Veteran's Officer.
Comm. Branch reported


*that he had been contacted by
Mrs. Jean Arnold concerning
a problem of unopened roads
in subdivisions and the Board
recommended this problem be
studied by the subdivision
committee. The Board
The Board agreed to a
request for a bulletin board for
employees next to the Coke
machine in the Courthouse.
Mosquito Control Director
Doug Kent told the Board he
had met with Sheriff Ken
Murphy to discuss problems
at the landfill sites.
The Board authorized con-
struction of a 4-way stop sign
at 2nd Avenue and 4th Street
in Highland View
The Board agreed for Road
Department bookkeeper Ed
Schoeflin to work on a part-
time basis until the Board's
next regular meeting of Sep-
tember 28.
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Money, and unani-
mous vote, the Board adopted
resolution No. 82-25, request-
ing the members of the State
House of Representatives and
the State Senate to make the
Public Service Commission an
elective body.
The Board agreed to receive
job applications for Veteran's
Service Officer until Septem-
ber 24, 1982
.Mosquito Control Director
Doug Kent reported that em-
ployee . Mike- Ludlam , had
taken other employmefit anid
requested the Board advertise
the job opening as soon as
possible. Comm. Money mov-
ed the Board advertise to
receive job applications for
this position. Comm. Branch
seconded the motion. The
motion passed by unanimous
Comm. Branch moved the
Board advertise to receive

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The Fiction vs The Facts


Fuqua's Claim: "This bill, HR 2559, relates1to Coast Guard authorization." The Documented Truth: HR 2559 was passed on June 30. 1975 by a vote of 214 to 213.
S' This bill gave Congressrman'an automatic annual pay raise. Mr. Fuqua cast the deciding
vote. Whije American families were being asked to tighten their belts, Congress was being
greedy with our taxdollars.'


Fuqua's Claim: "It was slipped in there. Many people were unaware that this had been slip- The Documented Truth: On 'December 16, 1981. Congress passed a bill (HR 5159) that
ped in there.' created a special tax loophole for congressman only. The bill was debated openly before it
Swas voted on. No, one could not have know rthat:the bill would effectively exempt congres-
sional salaries (of over $60,000) from income taxes.


Fuqua's Claim: "I have always voted against abortion.-Personally I do not believe in abor- The Documented Truth: Mr. Fuqua has consistently supported the use of your tax dollars
tion.". . to pay for abortion on demand. Examples are: HR 7555 (10/13/77); HJR 662 (12/6/77); and,
.* - !~ .. * FI HR 12929 (10/12/78). . .. . . . ,
"The people that represent the Pro-Life grouping Tallahassee have been very pleased with "Mr. Fuqua votes for a liberalized version of tax funding of abortion. Of course this is not
my votes on abortion. very pleasing to the Florida Right-to-Life Committee." Jean Doyle, Vice President,
/ . . ' National Right-to-Life Committee (12/14/82)


Fuqua's Claim: "I voted against that amendment'that would have permitted experimental The Documented Truth: On April 25, 1974. Mr. Fuqua voted on the Roncallo Amendment
work on fetuses." to permit laboratory experimentation on live aborted fetuses.
"It is the making.of a new Frankenstein. These people cut the heads' off living human
fetuses while they still had a heartbeat," - New York Congressman


Fuqua's Claim: ''1 have always believed.that morality and integrity are the keystones of The Documented Truth: Congressman Charles Diggs of Detroit admitted that he padded his
good government." o office payroll and accepted kickbacks from employees. He stole more than s40,000 from
the taxpayers and was convicted on more than 20 'felony criminal charges. On July 30.
1979. Mr. Fuqua voted to allow Congressman Diggs to keep his seat in the House of
Representatives. Mr. Fuqua also voted (on June 27. 1979) to allow government CETA funds
S to go to criminals.



ACTUAL VOTING RECORD IN CONGRESS Authorized by McNeil for Congress Campaign Comnittee

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bids in October to repair :the
undercarriage on the -b-5
tractor. Comm. Money Sec-
onded the motion and it passed
The Board discussed the'
amount of mosquito spraying
chemicals on hand. Comm.
Tankersley requested the
Mosquito Control Director
have the Spray Truck drivers
slow down for safety purposes.
Comm. Money suggested
the Board purchase an attach-
ment that could be used on
both the Mosquito Control and
Road Department equipment
for ditch cleaning purposes.
After discussion, the Chair-
man instructed the Mosquito
Control Director to schedule a
demonstration at the next day
Comm. Money presented a
petition with over 800 signa-
tures asking the Board to close
St. Joseph's Bay to commer-
cial scalloping. Comm. Money
moved the public hearing
scheduled for September 28 be
cancelled and this question be
placed on the October ballot.
Comm. Birmingham seconded
the motion, and requested the
original motion be amended to
allow the Supervisor of Elec-
tions to determine if this
question could be put on the
October or November ballot
due to the time factor. Upon
vote, the motion passed unant-
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-


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