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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1985
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida


Costumed kids like these will be search f treats, so be extra careful, says
roaming the streets this evening, in Police Chief Robert Maige. -Star photo

Gobblins On the Prowl

Police Chief Maige Urges Caution

for Children, Parents and Motorists

Tonight these costumed youths will
be combing the City- for treats, threaten-
ing tricks and offering a driving hazard
in the early dark hours while they
proceed on their quest.
Tonight is Trick or Treat night in
Port St. Joe and all over the United
States. Children of all ages will be
roaming from door to door, up the
streets, on the sidewalks and every-
where. .
Port St. Joe. Police Chief Robert
Maigeturgekparents to help their
children dress and fit them out so they
can be seen'on the dark streets. "Have
your child wear something white or light
colored so motorists can see him better",
Chief Maige said.
The Chief said it would also be a good
and certainly a safe idea for parents or
some grown person to accompany small
children on their rounds. tonight. "Kids
get excited at a time like this and we
wouldn't want one of them to dash in
front of a car or! fall and hurt himself
while outside in the dark having a good
time", Maige said.
The Chief said that while' we never
expect anything of a sadistic nature in a
small place like Port St, Joe, he
recommended that children not be
allowed to eat anything given to them by
strangers until it is inspected by adults.

"After something bad happens, it's too
late to take precautions", Maige said.
The Police Chief urged motorists
who must be on the streets'tonight, to be
especially careful between the hours of
7:00 to 9:00. The Chief said there will be
extra officers on duty during these hours
and asked that motorists help by being
extremely careful and drive slowly
through the streets.
I _ I'.

Wewahitchka Board Sets

Police Chief Interviews

Wewahitchka Commis-
sioners narrowed their
search for a new Police Chief
Tuesday night when they
agreed to interview at least
two and possibly three of the
nine applicants for the job.
According to City Clerk,
Mrs. Sharon Holmes, several
of the applicants did not meet
0 standards set by the State of
Florida for law enforcement
officers, so they were not
considered in the search for a
new chief.-
It .was a refusal to take
necessary classes to main-
tain these standards which
led to the dismissal of Chief
Jonathan Glass recently.
Glass did not file an
application with the city for
the job. He has filed for
unemployment compensa-
tion payments, which have
resulted in a conflict between
the Commission and the
unemployment division of
the State of Florida.
Tuesday of next week, the
Commission will conduct
personal interviews of two of
the applicants, Paul Sudduth
of Panama City Beach and
John Rhames of Bay Min-
ette, Ala.
A third applicant, James
Schmidt of Wisconsin, will be'
interviewed at a later date if
the Commissioners do not
find what they are looking for
in the first two interviews.
While the notice for appli-
cations didn't call for it,
Mayor Billy Traylor has said
previously that the new po-

lice chief will have to fit in
with Wewahitchka in addi-
tion to having the qualifica-
tions. "If he isn't accepted by
our people he won't be of any
use to us", he said when the
search for a new chief

In addition to consider
the applications for the po
chief, the Commission
used the special meeting
change the time of
regular meeting dates of
Board from 7:00 p.m., to 6
p.m., every other Tuesda

i. ^


Only one of some 18
petitions received any relief'
from Gulf County's property
appraisement adjustment
board last Thursday.
The Board decided the St.
Joe Papermakers Federal
Credit Union property was
valued at considerably more
than comparable buildings
and property in the vicinity
and reduced, the appraised
vatue of the office complex
here in Port St. Joe on Fifth
The previous year, valua-
tion of the building and real
estate had been set at $97,-
978.84. Improvements to the
premises during the previous
year had caused the assess-
ment to be .increased to
$111,739. Manager Wesley
Adkins asked that the valua-
tion be reduced in keeping
with other comparable build-
ings in the same neighbor-
'The Board agreed with the
argument and agreed to

reduce the asse
previous vear's
Most of the
petitions, had
Most of the pe
filed petitions d
at the hearir
night, which w
cial opportunity
change made
prove the pres
was unjustified
Irene Cumb,
what was refe
"camp" on the
River, failed to
tion in valuati
her property, s
keeping with o
and improverm
River, accordii
ser Kesley Colt
C. S. West of
was one of th
owners who had
rise because of
for waterfront
West, who has
home on the
Beacon Hill, as

Rains Cause

*ssment to the from his property valuations.
s level. However, demand for like
people filing' property ' and sudden in-
asked for ap- crease in prices has caused
people who had West's property values to go
lid not appear up with ,it. West said he
ng Thursday wasn't interested in selling
'as their offi- his property, he was inter-
ty to get a ested only in living on it. He
if they could pointed out that the rising
ent valuation values,, resulting in increas-
1. ing taxes may force him to
a, owner of make other arrangements.
rred to as a Keith Wise, an owner of
Apalachicola property at Treasure
) get a reduc- Shores, near Indian Pass,
on placed on said the new zoning law
ince it was in restrictions have seriously
other property affected his ability to sell his
aints on the property and thus its value
ng to Apprai- is going down. He said the
bert. decrease in value wasn't
f Beacon Hill reflected in the assessed
ose property value of the property.
I his valuation Wise. was reminded that
f the demand property is appraised as to
real estate. its condition on January 1 of
s a retirement each year and the zoning
waterfront at laws had not changed at that
ked for relief (Continued On Page 3)


Power Failure Darkens Most of City

Gulf County's rain has near Avenud A
come mainly from the plains Overpass, a di:
of Spain, evidently, for the five blocks. Se
past two months. Since were stalled
September, ra nfall in the which covered
county has mostly been two
months of extremely dry
weather punctuated on both
ends by two heavy periods of
precipitation from hurri-
canes bearing Spanish
names-Elena and Juan.
The latest of these heavy
rainstorms started here in
Gulf County the latter part of
last week (Saturday in Port
St. Joe) and climaxed with
nearly five inches from 8:00
a.m., Tuesday through 9:00
a.m., yesterday morning.
The, heaviest part of the, S
rainfall came late Tuesday ?
evening, as heavy rains and ji.
winds lashed the county
while tornado watches were
up for most of the Panhandle
as Juan was making landfall,
west of New Orleans, La.
Some flooding was exper&- .''
ienced in the Port St. Joe-
area early Wednesday mor- . '
ning. . . -
U.S. Highway 98 was flood- , ''
ed out,, with traffic proceed-
ing with extreme caution., " '
The Highway was flooded Vehicles
from the railroad crossing when heavy

A almost to the
stance of some
veral vehicles
in the water
d the highway

but most of the disabled cars
were caused by flooded en
gines caused from trying to
go through the water too fast.
Vehicles which went slowly

and took it easy, made it
through the obstacle with no
The storm Tuesday night
didn't bring any heavy dam-

age to Gulf County, other
than isolated instances of
flooding-the storm knocked
power out in most of Port St.
(Continued On Page 3)

found it slow going Wednesday morning, Wednesday, flooded a section of Highway 98 for about five
rains, all night long Tuesday and early blocks near the paper mill. -Star photo

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Last Chance for County Input

On. Relocrating Construction Control L.ie On Ca.st
Gulf County property owners will get their proposed control lines for all Gulf County from recent hurricane Elena, the new laws wi
last chance at having their wishes considered on beachfront property and other information dictate what can be built back subsequent to an
reestablishing of the Gulf County Coastal pertaining to shoreline construction, are on storms after October 1.
Construction Control Line next Thursday night, display in the lobby of the Gulf County The magazine says, "ironically, big deve
A hearing team from the Florida Depart- Courthouse here in Port St. Joe and at -the opment companies, which have backed th
ment of Natural Resources will be in the William J. Rish Park on Highway C-30 at Cape changes, feel the new laws will open ne'
Courtroom of the Gulf County Courthouse San Blas. economic opportunities for them. "Trend" says
Thursday, November 7 at 7 p.m., to hear any Citizens may attend and give testimony at "with the land squeeze and the costly
local input prior to making the change. 'the public hearing. They also may submit construction regulations in place, big developed
A few years ago, the DNR established a comments in writing to the hearing officer or with financial muscle will soon be combing th
building control line in the county which was an mail them to Hal Bean, chief of the bureau of beaches for bargain-priced property."
average of 75 feet landward of the mean high coastal data acquisition, Division of Beaches and The new policies and laws will force nem
water line. Inside the control line, builders had to Shores, Department of Natural Resources, 3900 buildings further inland, prohibit condominium
secure special permits and meet certain Commonwealth Blvd., Tallahassee. and other projects in many areas and make a
restrictions to build.inside the control line. For HEARING EXTREMELY IMPORTANT developers who build along the coast adhere t
the most part, the buildings had to be placed on The hearing for Gulf County is extremely a tough building code. In view of that, som
pilings to protect the structure from water important. It may decide whether or not people owners of commercial property are selling ot
damageand to protect the sand dunes along the from Gulf County have access to the beaches in fast while developers with plans drawn fc
shoreline.Buildingshadtobeabletoithstanda. fr not there will be any coastal construction rush to have their projecL
120 miles per hour wind. wheer or no ere wi get underway so as to come under old rules.
The new restriction line will lie anaverage of building on the property in the future. One of th Inside the control line, all building applic
250 feet landward from the old established line drastically is because hehearing ew control line has tions must be accompanied by a 30-year erosion
and have even tougher building restrictions,is projection. If the projection is a commercial
which some builders say will nearly double' the been established so ar landward rom venture and falls in the erosion zone it will
cost of erecting a building within the control line. .. ' ' denied a permit. Single-family homes ar
area.."Florida Trend", a state business magazine ' exempt, but they
area....,.... .-... , ,, a in eff ct.il x must be able to withstand 14

The new, building restrictions are al-
ready in effect. The new guidelines for
waterfront construction took , effect on
October 1 of this year. Establishment of the
new control zone boundary line for Gulf
County has not been decided yet. Where to
establish the line is the subject of the hearing
next Thursday night.
Copies 'of aerial photos outlining the new

says the enew aw, w c is airea. yl | CL, W111
affect coastal counties in three ways:
First, the laws restrict the way people.can
protect their property with barriers, such as
Second, they flatly prohibit construction on
. some beaches, and some of these totally
prohibited beaches are in Gulf County.
Third,. although they do not apply to damage

F :

mile-per-hour winds.
So, the subject to be discussed Thursday, of
next week is whether or not these tough new
regulations will be applied in Gulf County for 75
feet landward or an average 250 feet landward.
The new laws will make beach development
more expensive than ever, which will probably
serve to discourage public use of the waterfront
property in the future.

during that time, but had no office facilities in the city. The
Opening Branch Office branch office is located in the old post office building on
SMain Street, which has been extensively renovated for the
Citizens Federal Savings and Loan Association will savings and loan installation. Mrs. Carolyn B. Young will
open a branch office in Wewahitchka Monday morning in be manager of the branch office, which will offer every
this building located on Highway 71, at the intersection of service the main office has available in Port St. Joe. The
SR22. Citizens Federal, which has operated in Port St. Joe facility will be open from 9:00 to 4:30 p.m., each day,
for over 30 years, has also served the Wewahitchka area Monday through Friday. -Star photo


USPS 518-880


Only One Gets Relief at


Editorials and Comments


THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1985

Congratulations, On

A Clean Report

At the beginning of the school
year in 1984, Principal Edwin
Williams made the statement that
there was little or no drug activity
in Port St. Joe High School.
Williams said at the time, when
drugs in school was the big scare
all over the state, that the children,
at least in Port St. Joe High School,
were evidently staying away from
Williams didn't make these
statements without drawing some
unbelieving sentiments from many
of the adults of the community.
Many even openly expressed the
opinion that Williams didn't know
what he was talking about.
After events of a little more
than a week ago, when a pair of
drug sniffing dogs were brought
into the school in a surprise search,
it-bears out the fact that Williams
knows more about the kids in his'
school that many parents thought
he knew.
Almost everyone respects Wil-
liams and approves of the job he is
doing running the local high school.
He. isn't very easy to overwhelm
with matters which would make
many try to find the quickest way
out. The principal has his head
screwed on straight and he uses the
same yardstick against every
pupil in the school. He is fair.
Still, some parents thought he

'didn't know as much about the
school as they did.
The, surprise search and the
specially trained sniffer dogs cor-
raborated Williams' statement of a
year ago-there is little to no drug
activity in the high-school.
That isn't to say the situation
won't change tomorrow. For the
time .being, however, we're grati-
fied the sniffer dogs found no traces
of marijuana or cocaine in our Port
St. Joe High School.
We commend our Sheriff's
Department and our school man-
agement for wanting to ferret out
any drug activity which may. have
existed in the school. We commend
our students for having common
sense enough to have stayed away
from the illegal substances.
Our school management peo-
ple have been talking for the past
year how the students in Gulf
County schools are doing much
better than the state average in
testing results. As a matter of fact,
last year, the local district was
leading the state in positive results.
The fact there were. no drug
traces in the school tells us the kids
are learning, at, least, to think
soberly and leave those things
alone which are so damaging to the
fine minds of young people.
Congratulations kids, on a
clean report.

Some Harsh Words, Dan

Daniel Ortega, president of
Nicaragua had some harsh words
to say about the United States of
America during his visit to the
United Nations last week. Ortega
seemed. to think,jhat. ,y,Nicara-.
gua had the proper understanding
about how ' government should
behave toward its neighbors and
possibly the United States might
learn a thing a two by visiting
Nicaragua and seeing just how
they do things down there.
Not too far away is Colombia,
another Central American nation
with some of the same problems as
Nicaragua. In Colombia they are
also fighting with one another, and
have been for years.
In Colombia they use 12 and 14
year old children to do part of their
fighting. Since Colombia is only a
short distance away and contains
some of the same kind of people, we
think it not too far-fetched to feel
there may be a child or two fighting
guerrilla wars in Nicaragua, also,

We think it would be hard to
find a 10-year-old child bearing
arms in the United States.
And in El Salvador, adjoining
Nicaragua, they still kidnap the
-families of officials and hold. them
for ransom if the officials do not
adhere to the rebels' wishes.
We cannot remember when an
official's family or family member
was kidnapped in the United States
to make a point. It has been even
longer since there has been a
revolution among the Democrats
or Republicans so some prima-
dona general can call himself the
ruler of the nation.
Ortega's words may sound
good in the part of the world where
he comes from but to those of us
here in the United States, we
hardly recognize his brand of
civilization as the kind we might
Where Ortega was safe in the
United States, we can hardly
believe President Reagan would be
nearly so safe in Nicaragua.

Kesley Colbert's Country Column

Two Black Bugs, A Fried Apple

Turnover & Lifetime of Laughter

I was driving along behind
the hearse taking that last
ride with my Grandmother
and-a line front an old Hank
Williams song came to mind -
"Memory is one gift from
God that death cannot des-
troy." The first memory I
have of Gran was her giving
me a bath in a number 3
washtub. I guess I was about
four years old. She had that
bar of grayish homemade
soap and she was a'rubbing
the skin off of me. That soap
wasn't Ivory for sure, it.was
rough as a cob and I told
Granny so - she laughed out
loud. and kept on a'rubbing.
But she began to tap up and
down my arm and say "Two
black bugs crawling on Kes-
ley." Now I. could see there
wasn't any bugs a'crawling
on me but Granny was
having such fun that I began

to enjoy it too. By the time
that bath was over I was
clean as a whistle and Gran
had more soap and water on
'her than I did. I dreamed that
night about black 'bugs,
homemade soap and the
worlds greatest Grandmo-
ther. You see I was Granny's
My Grandfather died No-
vember 13, 1984. At the time
of his funeral one of the
family members remarked
that Gran would not live a
year now that Pa was gone.
She didn't. Mrs. Jessie Ken-
nedy was a couple of months
shy of her 88th birthday when
she decided they needed a
little laughter on the other
side. You can bet your
bottom dollar that Pa was
awaiting for her to, he
hadn't been laughing much
lately seeing as how a

Republican was in the White
House and all.
Now listen, this is not going
to be a sad story. As a matter
of fact this is going to be the
happiest story you've ever
read 'cause Granny was the
happiest person that I've

ever known. She didn't fret
about the weather the way
Pa did, she just enjoyed each
day. no matter what was
happening. Pa worried
'cause F.D.R. was gone,
Gran didn't seem to notice
things like that as she was too

busy raising and loving her
children, her 30 grandchil-
dren, her 43 great grandchil-
dren, and her two great-great
grandchildren. You throw in
the in-laws and out-laws
(Continued on Page 3)

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miss her. Everytime I am
tempted to run a stop sign, I
will remember your warning
and her death.
Thank you again for your
concern and -for possibly.
saving my life.
Yours very truly, :
Emily M. Roche

Gulf County
Sheriff's Department
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Idetr Mike,
Please accept my sincere
appreciation for your stop-
ping me and lecturing me on
the importance of. STOP-
PING at stop signs on the

evening of October 1st at the,
intersection of Garrison Ave-
nue and Fifth Street.
Since the tragic death of
Dr. Simpson two days later, I
have thought many times-
"There, but for the Grace of
God, go I." She was my
doctor and a irery close
personal friend and I shall

Gulf County Profited Mightily by Having Charlie Brock Live Here

I WONDER IF the tax payers of
Port St. Joe and Gulf County
realize just how much they owe the
late Charlie Brock? During the 20 or
so years he lived here he probably
affected more people's lives than any
other one person and they probably
didn't even realize it.
It's amusing at times to hear
some people talking about someone
when they don't really know what they
are talking about. It's also amazing to
me how much effect a person can
Wave on someone else and they'll
never know it. In most cases,, they
never realize they are being affected
by the person's activities (in this case,
Charlie Brock).
Charlie was a gruff man at times,
but most of the time it was just to keep
from showing he was-concerned about
individuals or situations.
He was one of my friends and I
hated to lose him. Few of us have so
many friends we can afford to lose
even one. Charlie was an unusual
ed his career in the Air Force, at the

rank of Colonel, he came to Port St.
Joe and took the vacant position of
City Clerk for Port St. Joe.
That was probably the luckiest
day the City of Port St. Joe ever had

The City could just manage to pay its
bills with its sources of revenue. Like
most of us, a medium to large size
purchase meant the City had to
borrow money.


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and wound up.one of the luckiest days
all of Gulf County ever had. As a
result of this day, Brock instituted
programs in the City-later adopted
by the county and school board-
which set the City of Port St. Joe on
the road to financial independence
from that day on.
Up until Brock came to Port St.
Joe, the City was just getting along.
There wasn't a lot of money owed and
there wasn't much more in the bank.

The Mayor at that time, J. L.
Sharit, took out a personal loan with a
county bank to pay off the $35,000
because the City didn't have the
money. - :

esley R. Ramsey

++ +++
I REMEMBER AN incident
which happened a couple of years
before Brock arrived which illustrates
the kind of financial position the city
was in.
The City had received a Govern-
ment low-cost loan to enlarge Munici-
pal Hospital. By the time the job was
completed, the City owed approxi-
mately $35,000 more than it had in the
expansion fund.

I know it happened, because I was
there and saw it happen.
AFTER BROCK came to the City,
he immediately set to work putting
the City treasury into the position of
never having to do such financing
again. He insisted on and set up the
mechanics to actually put the money
in the bank to fund a depreciation fund
which had been merely a figure on
paper before. After that, when the

City needed a vehicle, truck, tractor,
piece of machinery or materials,
there was money in the bank to pay
for it. The savings were tremendous.
One of the biggest things he did
for the City and other government
entities in our county was to introduce
the practice of investing funds which
were going to lie idle for 30 days or
This had never been done before
in the City or County government and
is now standard procedure with all our
Gulf County government.
In the case of the City, this
procedure alone has brought in
enough in interest over the years to
reduce the tax burden of the citizens
by at least 10 percent. In other words,
every tenth year, City tax payers get
their government free of charge.
Charlie was a frugal man and
conservative almost to a fault. His
frugality and his conservativeness
have served this county and its
municipalities well and have actually
been a revolution in the way of
financing our local governments.
++ + ++

BROCK DIDN'T bulldoze his way
o among the City Commissioners of the
time to gqt them to adopt the methods
he was introducing. He befriended
every Commissioner-who ever served
during the time he was in office.
I count myself among those :
friends and regularly met with Brock. -,
to get his advice on matters before the
Commission. He was patient to
explain the financial situation and
what it would mean in the long run.
Of course, Brock was probably. -
the one man most responsible for
wresting the St. Joseph Bay Country.
Club into life. I've never played a-
serious game of golf in my entire life.
I probably never go to the Country
Club more than once every month or
so and then it's usually to take a
picture or attend a meeting.
In spite of this, I recognize how
important the Country Club is to our
entire area and I support it whole-
heartedly. Br6ck didn't have to sell
tre on this project. I saw its value just
. as he did and I'm thankful he had the
expertise to help guide it to reality.-
Brock was a worker and not a
talker. We need more of these.


St. Joseph's Bay

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Saved Her Life

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Kesley (From Page 2)

whom Granny also looked
after and you can see that she
had a passel of folks to keep
happy. My Aunt Ruby Nell
remarked to me that her
husbands family had only
nine, members including
grandparents, children and
all. Why shucks, the Kennedy
family welcome committee
has got more members than
that. And Gran was very
special to each of them.
You see, my older brother
was the first grandson so
naturally he thought he was
Granny's favorite. My Aunt
Beatrice had always lived
very close to Gran and she
figured she was the favorite.
Aunt Ruby was the youngest
and about the craziest so she
figured she was the favorite.
My cousin Teresa was very
close to Gran and so she
knew she was the favorite.
My mother was the oldest
child and so naturally Gran
depended on her and natural-
ly ,she was Gran's favorite.
My Uncle Clifford was the
quiet one that was always
there ... well you get the
picture. Everyone thought
they were Granny's favorite
and you know what, they
were all right.
Gran loved to talk, to cook
and to go and I probably got
them in the correct order.
She was the absolute best
I've ever seen at the first two
and money was the only thing
that held her back from the
third. My Gran could and did
t4lk to everyone in the room
at the same time. Why, she'd'
c~me in a talking and she'd
Idave or you'd leave and
she'd be talking and laugh-
ing. And she still is, I
guarantee you, a little thing
like death ain't going to keep
njy favorite Granny from

She'd spy me coming up
the road two miles before I
got to the house. She'd break
and run to the kitchen to get
started on the fried apple
turnovers. She made the best
ones I've ever tasted and she
knew I loved them. I never
went to her house that she
didn't drop everything and
fix me up some of those
turnovers. Like I said, I was
her favorite.
And go, honey let me tell
you, it didn't matter where,
Gran was ready. My mother
and Teresa took her to
Disney World a couple of
years ago. They got back to
our house and "T" and mom
were bushed (of course my
mom had a right to be - she
was 62 at the time). Gran
came in talking about "It's a
Small World" and without
stopping she headed for the
kitchen asking where we kept
our apples.
I was a little surprised at
the funeral home when Gran
didn't talk, but once when my
Aunt Adell mentioned taking
a trip I thought I saw her lean
forward a little.
My wife joined the family,
spent a little time with
Granny and promptly named
one of our sons Jesse Ken-
nedy. That tell you anything?
Of course, Cathy was Gran's
The last memory I have of
my Grandmother, she's got
little Jesse up in her lap and
she's a'saying "My name is
Jessie Kennedy and your
name is Jesse Kennedy."
And then she started .down
Jess's arm "Two black bugs
crawling on Jesse." Jesse
smiled, but Granny laughed
out loud.
One of Gran's

Heavy Rains (Continued from Page 1)

Joe for about 45 minutes. The
outage started about 7:45
Tuesday evening and most of
the town was dark until
nearly 8:20, when full power
was restored.
According to Mike McDon-
ald, local Florida Power
Corporation manager, the
damage which knocked out
the electrical service for the
city was minimal. "It just
took us a while to find where
the problem was", McDonald
The electricity was knock-

ed out when a heavy limb fell
across a major feeder into
the city on Second Avenue in
Oak Grove. McDonald said,
"We were aided in locating
the trouble spot by people in
Oak Grove, who thought they
saw fire shooting from our
lines in the area. There was
so much lightning at the
time, nobody could be sure,
but following the tips, we
found the trouble in just a
short while"..
McDonald said the limb
had fallen across all three

legs of the system, shorting it
out and knocking out the sub-
station on Tenth Street. "The
problem was really easy to
correct once it was located",
McDonald said. "It was just
a matter of removing the
limb from across the lines
and putting the sub-station
back on line". McDonald said
the falling limb didn't even
break one of the high lines.
The rainfall from Juan
kept October from being a
particularly dry month, ac-

Last year, October brought rainfall to settle the dust.
along only 1.9 inches of

cording to Emily Simmons,
our official unofficial source
of authority on the rainfall
for the Port St. Joe area.
Mrs. Simmons, who has
kept a log of daily rainfall in
Port St. Joe, along with her
late husband, Bill, since 1965,
says October had experienc-
ed only two inches of precipi-
tation all month long until the
Juan-induced rainfall of the
week end.
Part of that two inches
came during the week end,
since daily showers were felt
in the county since Saturday
until the big deluge on
Monday, Tuesday and Wed-

1st United
Methodist Church
Constitution & Monument
Port St. Joe, Florida

CHURCH SCHOOL ............ ....... . . .
MORNING WORSHIP ....................
EVENING WORSHIP.....................
CHOIR REHEARSAL(Wednesday) .........

9:45 A;M.
7:00 P.M.
6:30 P.M.
7:30 P.M.

Pastor, Alvin N. Harbour, Jr.
Irour r

Judge David Taunton administers attorney's oath to El-
jah Smiley, right. -

Elijah Smiley Is

Now An Attorney
SElijah Smiley, a former During Elijah's college ca-
Port St. Joe High School . reer he involved himself in;
graduate, fulfilled the last civic activities locally, state-
requirement to become an wide,and nationally: He was
attorney at law on October 25 president of the Black Stu-
at the Gulf County Court- dent Union at ESU, He ran
House. for district 2 delegate on the
Elijah received all of his state level on the Jesse
elementary and secondary Jackson for president cornm-
schooling in Gulf County. He mittee. He held several of-
did his undergraduate and fices nationally with the
law studies at Florida State student' unions and lawyers
University. associations as well as a

(Continued from Page 1)
-time. The new laws Wise
referred to went into effect
on October 1 of this year and
the extent of its effect on Gulf
wCounty property still has not
been determined.
Wise's i request for a reduc-
tion was denied.

Hallelu'jah Nite
At M.WO Center
Hallelujah Night will be
held at New Covenant MWO
Center, 252 Avenue E, on
October 31 at 6:00 p.m.
A video by Gospel Bill and
Gang will be featured. Re-
freshments will be served to
the youth who come by.
Parents and children are
invited to attend.

member of Rev. Jesse Jack-
son's campaign team.
The ceremony which final-
ized Elijaih's aspirations to
become a lawyer was simple
but impressive. The court-
house was filled with friends
and relatives. Judge David
Taunton officiated and ad-
ministered the oath of office.
Rev. O.T. Stallworth, Law-
yer B.J. Rish, Educator
Maxine Gant, Principal E.G.
Williams, Commissioners Al-
ton Fennell and Nathan
Peters, Jr. participated on
the program.
A reception was hosted by
Minnie Likely, Clarence
Monette and Deborah Crosby
immediately after the instal-
lation in the Gulf County
Public Library. A cookout
followed at the Smiley's
family home.
Elijah is the son of the late
Joe Smiley and Mrs. Picola

Hours: 9-5 Monday - Friday
Telephone: 648-8231 or 227-7260
. Appraisals ordered.by Tuesday P.M. will be
. completed by Monday next. Please allow five
working days for your appraisal to be com-

L brTiwoCenturles
Grace and Freedom

. I


Revival at First

Baptist Church

Revival will begin at First
Baptist Church Sunday, No-
vember 3 and continue
through Wednesday, Novem-
ber 6. Services will be
Sunday at 11:00 a.m. and 7:00
p.m. and Monday through
Wednesday beginning at 7:00
p.m. Midday services from
12:00 to 12:50 p.m. will be
held each week day in the
fellowship hall with a soup
and salad lunch.
The evangelist for the week
will be Rev. Burney Enzor,
pastor of South Roebuck
Baptist Church, Birming-
ham, Alabama. He has been
in the ministry since 13 years
of age, and pastored his first
Church at 18. Enzor. is a
graduate of Troy State, has a
master's degree from New
Orleans Theological Semin-
ary, and an honorary Doctor
of Divinity from Alabama
Lutheran College. He has
done much writing for deno-
minational publications, and
is in demand as an evangelist
and conference speaker.
i Hubert.Greer will be lead-
ing the music for the week
and will present a concert of
sacred music during the
Sunday morning service.
Greer is a full time music

evangelist from Brookhaven,
Mississippi. He is a graduate
of William Carey College,
Hattiesburg, Mississippi and
has conducted hundreds of
revivals. He will be singing
and leading the revival choir
each service.
To include as many people
as possible in the revival the
Church has scheduled soup,
salad, and scriptures Mon-
day through Wednesday
from 12:00 to 12:50 p.m. This
should prove to be a pleasur-
able lunch break for all who
attend. Soup and salad will
be served at 12:00 noon and
the services will begin at
12:20. 12:50 p.m. will be the
definite dismissal time to
allow lunch hour attendees to
return to work on time. The
midday services will be
conducted in the Church
fellowship hall.
Everyone is invited to
attend all services. A nursery
will be provided for children
through three years of age
' for all services including the
midday meetings.

Band Boosters
There will be a .meeting of
the Band Boosters Associa-
tion on Monday, November 4
at 7:30 p.m. in the band room
at Port St. Joe High School.
All parents and interested
persons are encouraged to
Birth Announcement
Ken and Elaine Bland are
proud to announce the birth
of their daughter Jessica
Diane at Bay Medical Center
on September 30. She weigh-
ed five pounds, three ounces.
Jessica is the granddaugh-
ter of Joyce Isaacks of White
City and 'John eand Helen
Bland of Lynn Haven.

The patients of

Dr. Shirley R. Simpson
ar6lequestd" to pick up ThWeir
medical records if they desire
them. Anyone 18 or older must
pick up their own records in per-
son. The office will be open
regular office hours. It will close
permanently on October 31.

by Emily

Opening Friday

November 1
* Gifts for Every Occasion
* Christmas Items

. Gift Shop
212 Williams Avenue
(Old Roche's Furniture Store)
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1985 PAGE FIVE

Harvest Festival Slated for Nov. 9

Faith Christian School will
sponsor a Harvest Festival,
Saturday, November 9, in the

For the children there will
be games such as the Pepsi
toss, duck pond, balloon

park next to the Florida darts, and the bean bag toss.
National Bank in Port St. Joe Mothers and fathers will
from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. enjoy a bazaar with crafts,

Rev. and Mrs. Ralph E.
Plair of Blountstowf- and
Mr. Harmon Whitfield of
Altha and Mrs. Merle Whit-
field of Blountstown are
pleased to announce the
forthcoming marriage of
their children, Peggy Lucille
and Harmon Keith.
Peggy and Keith are both
1985 graduates of Blounts-
town High School. The wed-
ding is set for December 28 at
6:00 p.m. at Christian Cove-
nant Life Center Pentecostal
Holiness Church, Grand
After the wedding, the
couple will be living at Fort
Rucker, Alabama where the
groom will be stationed in the
United States Army and the
bride will be attending Troy
State University.
No invitations will be sent
but all friends and relatives

Class of '66
Plans Reunion
All members of the Class of
'66, Port St. Joe High School,
are invited to attend an
organizational meeting for
their 20 year reunion. The
;Imee,ting. wilL be held. on
Thursday, November 7 at
7:00 p.m. at the Gulf Cqunty
Public Library.
For further information
contact Linda Graham Wood
at 229-8628 or Janet Goodman
Evensen at 229-6386.

M.B. Arts and
Crafts to Meet
The first meeting of the
Mexico Beach Arts and
Crafts will be held, Wednes-
day, November 6 at 9:30 CST
at the Mexico Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce building.
Everyone is welcome, to
attend and bring their ideas.
Refreshments will be served.

Retired Teachers
to Breakfast
The Retired Educators As-
sociation will meet for a
breakfast at 8:30 a.m. on
November 5 at the Gulf
Sands Restaurant.
Anyone interested in at-
tending should contact Mrs.
Lila Brouillete at 648-8255 by
Friday, November 1.

to Meet Sat.
The Rev. Theodore An-
drews, pastor of the New
Bethel AME Church said this
week the church will be host
to a meeting of the NAACP
Saturday. The meeting will
begin at 6:30 p.m. All mem-
bers are invited to attend.

of the couple

are invited to

homemade jellies and jams,
plants and a gigantic White
Elephant Sale. Bring the
whole family to enjoy a
delicious hot fish dinner,
oysters on the half shell,
gumbo, or a barbeque sand-

which. Take home a' freshly
baked cake, pie, brownies, or
cookies. Come join the fun at
the corner of Fifth Street and
Highway 98 in downtown
Port St. Joe on Saturday,
November 9.

Stitchin' Stuff Fabrics
235 N. Tyndall Parkway * Callaway Village Square * Panama City
(Next to Western Auto on Highway 98

With Each $5.00 Fabric Purchase on Saturday, Nov. 2, 1985

SENIOR CITIZENS DAY........... 10% Discount
to our Senior Citizens on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1985. This is in addition to all sale priced items except
Overlock Machine.,

Fancy 60" wide, reg. '5" yd.
Crepe de Chines......

. $488

$70 off During Sale. Reg. *46900

Who's Got the Buttons?
Buttons ........ 0cardsl00

. . . . . . . now

We've Added


to our growing inventory of home

hardware and decorator items.

It's easy to select your favorite
pattern from our handy display
* Double Roll
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* 48 beautiful patterns in

Since our patterns are pre-trimmed and pre-pasted, all you have to
do is follow simple steps and a utilize a few tools to make
your hanging job look professional.

Here's All You 'll Need

* A plastic water tray
* Some newspapers or a drop
cloth to go under it.
* A clean sponge
* A stepladder
* Scissors

* About 8 feet of string
* A spoon.
* A pencil for marking.
* A yardstick -
* And, a very sharp razor or
trimming tool.


here in our store.



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Pre-Pasted, Non-Woven, Vinyl Coated
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Off Season Monthly
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to $500.001mo. plus some
year round rentals left.




The Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Inc. is in the process of
selecting an architectural firm to assist in the design of a
new child care facility. If your firm wishes to be con-
sidered for this project, please contact Edwin R. Ailes, Ex-
ecutive Director, Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Inc., 311
Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456,904/227-1145.
All inquiries must be received by 5:00 p.m., (EST), Tuesday,
November 12, 1985.

i . ,

I '
Peggy Plair - Keith Whitfield



THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1985 PAGE SEVEN

APC Holding

Public Hearings

The Apalachee Regional
Planning Council will be
conducting public meetings
throughout the region during
the last week of October and
the first week of November.
The purpose of the meetings
will be to give the public a
chance to rate over 70
regional issues. The results
of these meetings will be
used by the Council during
the upcoming months as the
new regional plan is formu-
lated. Every regional plan-
ning district in the state of
Florida will have to address
the same issues in some
manner. This is an opportu-
nity to identify the area so

that the regional planning
process will yield a plan for
Apalachee Region - a plan
the region can live with and
which will benefit the region
in the.years ahead.
The proposed agenda for
the public meetings calls for
a brief 10 minute slide
presentation on the planning
process pnd,will be followed
by the audience survey of
regional issues. Light. re-
freshments will be served.
The meeting for Gulf Coun-
ty will be held Friday,
November 1 at the meeting
room of the Gulf County
Public Library from 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. EST.

Senior Citizens Enjoy

Jeffie Hayes Marks . a
His Fourth Birthday Old Movies At Centers

Matt Walker overturned his Jeep on
U.S. Highway 98 Thursday of last week,
darpaging the Jeep but no injuries were
* suffered by Walker.
According to Florida Highway Patrol
spokesmen, Walker lost control of the Jeep
on the rain-slick road and overturned in a

deep ditch just west of Ming's Nursery on
the highway. The Jeep came to rest on its
top in the deep ditch after skidding off the
road and turning ovpr.
,Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Bill
Godwin investigated the accident.

Food Handler Course Starts November 5th

The Environmental Health
Section of the Gulf County
Health Department will pre-
sent the Florida Foodhahd-
lers Course on November 5.

The course will begin at
1:00 p.m. EST and will be
held at the Gulf County
Public Library which is
located adjacent to the court-

One person on each shift in
a food service establishment
must obtain certification by
attending this course.

Jeffie Hayes celebrated his fourth
birthday Wednesday, October 4. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffie Hayes, Sr. and
lives at 1506 Long Avenue.


Carolyn M. Young, new manager at Citizen's Federal
Wewahitchka Branch is shown seated above. Betty Branch,
left, and Terry Gortman. e.rks at the facility. -

Carolyn Young Is




First Baptist Church

"The Church Aflame in Port St. Joe"




Hubert Greer



Sunday, Noy. 3 .......... 11:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M.

Monday thru Wednesday............... 7:00 P.M.

Monday thru Wednesday........ 12:00 to 12:50 P.M.
Come at Noon and Enjoy Soup, Salad and Scriptures

Nursery Provided for All Services

A picture is worth a
thousand words, and this
picture taken at the Gulf
County Senior Citizens Build-
ing last Thursday morning
gives an idea of how eager
for fellowship and entertain-
ment these Seniors are. You
see 50 people trying to see the
movie "I'm a Yankee Doodle
Dandy" on a 17 inch screen
TV. The movies we show
every Wednesday at Wewa
and every Thursday here in
Port St. Joe at our building
on Ave D at Peters Street are
always the old goodies, the
ones that are pure entertain-

Lenora Conger
Died Friday
Mrs. Lenora Conger, 87, of
Port St. Joe died Friday
morning in a Jacksonville
hospital. Mrs. Conger was a
long time member of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church.
She is survived by two
grandsons, Doyle R. Conger
and Hilton L. Conger; one
sister, Mary F. Hill; four
great grandchildren; one
great-great grandchild; four
nieces; and two nephews.
Gravesid' servicess were
held Tuesday at .2:30 in the
Holly Hill Cemetery.

ment. These movies portray
no social or world problems.
to solve. These are the kind in
which you can forget the
world and its problems, and
just enjoy yourself for two
There is a problem that we
feel that some of you will
want to help us solve. We, as
you can see from the picture,
desperately need two wide
screen TV's one for Wewa
and one for Port St. Joe. If
you would like to help and we

feel, as we approach the .
Christmas season of giving "
that you will, just make your
checks payable to Gulf:,
County Senior Citizens and :
mail it to us at P.O. Box 776,:.
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
Let you heart tfll you howe
much to give. - :
We will have other things ;
to tell you of our expanding:: .:
activities so as to ser--::
better the needs of the;Si
your neighbors and friendS1.4
the pioneers of Gulf County;. --

Beaches VFD and ||

Aux. Plan Activities!-
The Gulf County Beaches tour of homes will be spoial :
V.F.D. Auxiliary has many scored by the Auxiliary. Any
exciting things coming up in one interested in decorati ng-
November and December. their Pome for viewing is
On November 14 the regular asked to please call 648-8248 -:'
business meeting will be On December 12, the regular
held. The beaches communi- business meeting will be
ty is encouraged to attend the held.
meeting at 7:00 p.m. The year will finish i 1t
On November 16, the Auxil- with Santa Claus who will be'
iary will holds its first riding the fire truck disti--'
annual Arts and Crafts Festi- buting goodies to St. Joe .
,al from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 Beach, Gulf Aire, and Bea�y:
p.m. at the fire station, con Hill on December 21.
Anyone may rent a space. om th
Tables are furnished for five All proceeds from th
d six dollars. Please projects will go toward new:
and six dollars. Please call eqimn to provide better.:
648-5232 or 648-5253 to reserve fire protection for the Beaci
your space. es. Your support will be::
On December 7, a holiday greatly appreciated.

This Jeep turned over on U.S. 98 west of in the accident which caused considerable
Port St. Joe last Thursday. Nobody *as hurt damage to the vehicle. -Star photo

Jeep Overturns On, U.

S. 98

Citizens Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Port
St. Joe is proud to announce
the promotion of Mrs.
Carolyn M. Young' to the
position of Branch Manager
at their new Wewahitchka
Branch office.
Mrs. Young joined the
staff of Citizens Federal Sav-
ings and Loan in February of
1975 as a teller. Since that
time, she has served as head
teller, assistant bookkeeper,
bookkeeper, MIS Coordina-
tor and Assistant Secretary-
Treasurer of the association.
Carolyn has had opera-
tional experience in all.
aspects of the association's
business. They are looking
forward to her continued ad-
vancement and success in
this new position. The Wewa-
hitchka Branch Office is now
open Monday through Fri-
day from 9:00 a.m. until 4:30
p.m. CST at the corner of
Highway 71 and 22 in Wewa-
hitchka. Carolyn and all the
staff in Wewahitchka would
like to invite everyone to
stop by, see the new facility
and given them an oppor-
tunity to serve your financial
, The association also ex-
tends a cordial invitation for
everyone to attend this
grand openihg, Saturday,
November 9 from 10:00 a.m.
until 3:00 p.m., CST.
Register for the twelve inch
RCA television that is being
given away at the grand
Hallowe'en Trick or
Treaters Will Be On
Streets Thursday

Auto And
639-5322 Wewahitchka
785-6156 Panama City

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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1985



Lt. Governor

Port St. Joe

Lieutenant Governor
Bruce Christmas of Chipley
visited the Kiwanis Club
Tuesday, showing the club a
film strip entitled, "Walk
With A Child". The filmstrip,
featuring Kiwanis Interna-
tional President, Donald E.
Williams outlined his goals
.of service for the coming
:-' Williams pointed out that
.Kiwanis'.main goal would be
:to aid the needy and serve
others, with an emphasis
'placed on needy children and
:serving youth.
O'Williams pointed out a
new membership goal for the
year which was working
toward a three percent net
increase in membership by
the end of the year.

Man Arrested
For Assault
A man wanted by the FBI
was arrested by the Gulf
County Sheriff's Department
in Wewahitchki Sunday af-
ternoon, according to Chief
Deputy Mike White.
. White said the man, Jodie
DaniellBarnes, 38, was'char-
ged with assault against a
fishing boat crewman while
in the Gulf of Mexico at work.
The fishing boat docked at
Panama City and. Barnes
took off before officers could
.ari'est him. He ended up in
Wewahitchka, where he was
apprehended by the Gulf
County Sheriff's Depart-
'-White said the incident.
tahppening in international
Waters made it a case under
the jurisdiction of the FBI.

from the Wilder's
:-We wish to thank all of you
:who supported us during
the recent Maiboro com-
petition, especially those'
who travelled all the way to
,Tallahassee during the
semi-finals. We're not go-
ing to forget you!

.. PUT.S

Never, never, take AN
Always turn on a light so
doing and check to make s
right medication. A lot of m
in design and can be easi
another if you're not payin
It never makes sen
chances and avoidable ris
foolish! Today's drugs ar
accidentally taking the wro
one can lead to serious
consequences. You can't be
to using medicines, and we
necessary precautions.
their prescriptions, heali
macy products. We
privilege and a duty. M
family pharmacy?"

Free Parking -
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s Keep Rolling; It's 5 In A Row!

Y medicine in the dark!- After a first game loss to
you can see what you're Port St. Joe Sharks, the
ure that you're taking the Wewahitchka Gators have
medicine bottles are similar zipped off five straight wins
ly interchanged with one in a row, putting them in the
g attention to what you're in a row, pu ng em m te
g attention to what you're catbird's seat in their class
1-A division.
se to take unnecessary W The latest victim of, the
ks. In fact, it's downright
e potent compounds, and Gator attack was the Chatta-
ng one instead of the right hoochee Yellow Jackets last
is-and perhaps fatal- Friday night, 13-10.
L too careful when it comes The Gators did it in over-
hope you will exercise the time, defeating the Yellow
Jackets with their own most
PLE ENTRUST US with formidable weapon-the
th needs and other phar- field goal.
consider this trust a David Paul put the winning
ay we be your personal points on the board in unus-
ual fashion for the Gators. - He
DRUG STORE kicked two field goals for the
DRU G Sk lead during the regulation
r game time and for the win in
Drive-In Window overtime.
ms Ave. Port St. Joe The first field goal came at
y the ent of the first quarter,
which put the Gators ahead
mim V |}| i on the scoreboard and again
in overtime, when Paul was
called on again and booted a
r Speaks at 20-yard scoring kick to put
the winning three points up,
K iw anis snatching the victory away
wan s for the Gators.
Guests of the club at the Todd Sterzoy scored first
meeting were Gene Roberts, for the Gators, with a 50-yard
Eulis Harrison and Earl run in the first period, with
Sellers of Chipley;, Frank Paul Groom kicking the
Manuel of Orlando; Ralph extra point.
Roberson and George Kalro- The Jackets rebounded
rin of Port St. Joe and with a 69-yard scoring pass
Keyettes Sharon Miller and from Lamar White to Dedric
Dawn Grace of Port St. Joe Streeter. Paul's 'field goal
High School and John Huft of in the closing moments of the
Port St. Joe. period put the Gators ahead
� : and dit was a see-saw defen-
Parents Invited sive battle until the last
t peri4. ,when the Jackets'
to Breakfast highly accurate kicker, Dick-
Wewahitchka High School ey Liggett booted a three
will have a breakfast meet-, pointer to tie the game at
ing with parents and other 10-10.
interested citizens on Mon- In overtime, the Jackets
day, November 11 at 7:30 decided to try for a first down
a.m. on a fourth and two situation,
Buses will run at a later but the Gators held.
time to allow school arrival When the Gators got the
time of 8:30 a.m. School will ball in their part of the
dismiss at 1:00 p.m. on overtime, they ran three
Friday, Noverpber 15. Home- plays, failing to score.
coming parade will be at 2:30 Paul then booted his game
p.m. winning field goal and the

seven fumbles by the Jackets
and recovered four of the
seven, as their most impor-
tant defensive play of the
night. Both teams were pen-
alized freely and lost almost
half as many yards as they
gained in the hard-fought

With four more games left

to play, it looks as if only
Liberty County and FAMU
has a chance to stop the
Gator momentum this year.
The Gators, of course, aren't
counting on letting that hap-
Friday night, the Gators
will travel to Carrabelle to
meet the Green Devils.


First downs
Rushes, yards
Passing yards
Return yards
Fumbles lost

Wewa Chat.
6 7
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7 157
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PORT ST. JOE'S Junior Varsity squad took a 26-0 some of the action in the game. Last Friday was an open
whipping at the hands of the Wakulla Junior War Eagles date for the Shark Varsity, which had defeated
last Friday night in Shark Stadium. The photo above shows Blountstown, 14-7 the week before. -Star photo

Sharks Travel to Fla.

High Friday Evening

After a Friday night of
idleness last week, Port St.
Joe's Sharks will be on the
road Friday night in the first
of four long trips for the
remainder of the season.
Friday night, the Sharks
will go to Tallahassee, to
meet Florida High in a

District game. The Sharks
are 24 in District play, with
only Florida High and Wakul-
la to meet in' the ones that
count toward getting into the
Game time will bI at 8:00
p.m., at the Florida High
'-"nd inside the FSU campus.

CHICKEN HOUSE BRANCH, which serves as one of and backing up into Forest Park. It takes a lot of rain in a
the main storm water drainage ditches for the middle of short time to cause this situation in Forest Park.
Port St. Joe was full and overflowing Wednesday as heavy ' -Star photo
rains lashed the Panhandle. The photo above shows the
drain canal from Fifth Street, south, overflowing its banks

Invited for Snipe?

Take It Seriously
If somebody invites you to Crow hunting will be legal on
go on a snipe hunt, you can weekends in 1986 from Jan.
count on it- he's working up 11 through Feb. 16 and from
some kind of practical joke. May 17 through Oct. 19.
But if he says, "Let's go hunt Migratory game bird hunt-
some snipe today," he may ers must have their shotguns
be a real live snipe hunter, plugged to a three-shell capa-
In a traditional snipe hunt, city.
you gather up a bunch of Sportsmen are reminded
people who agree to run that rail and gallinule hunt-
around out in the woods at ing'season ends Nov. 9.
night driving snipes 'into a
large bag, which is held by
"the bagger," who is 'chosen
from among the first timers.
The prey that inspires, the
snipe hunt participants is a Cal
mythical animal that looks all
like whatever the veteran Shorty
participants say it looks like.
The game is over when the
bagger and other first timers
are abandoned in the woods 9 V
to fend for themselves.
The real snipe is a bird Commercia
that's found in marshy areas.
It's legal game in Florida Remod
this year from Nov. 2 through Servic
Feb. 16. Its swift and erratic
flight make it a' bird that 26 Years Experience
certainly does not come to a
bagger easily. Legal shooting
hours are one-half hour be-
fore sunrise to sunset. Daily
bag limit is eight; possession
limit, 16.
Meanwhile, crow season tSui
also begins Nov. 2 and
continues through Jan. 6.
Legal shooting hours are the
same as for snipe, but there
is no bag limit on crows.

Gators tucked their fifth win
under their belt.
The Jackets 'filled the air
with passes for the night and
the Gators were able to
intercept only one. Stout
Gator defense allowed only
seven of 21 to be caught for a
The . Gators also forced



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from having what profession-
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These are the basic ques-
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Q. What does "farsighted"
A. Farsightedness makes it
difficult to see print or
other objects at arm's
length clearly, even
though the patient can
generally read a street
sign from a distance.
0. What does "nearsighted"
A. Nearsightedness Is the In-
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patient may have no diffi-
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arm's length.
0. What is "astigmatism"?
A. Astigmatism Is a change
In the shape of the cornea
which causes what Is seen
to be distorted andior blur-
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A. Presbyopia is the Inability
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1985

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Citizens Federal Officers Recognized

The Florida League of Financial
Institutions which is the trade organi-
zation of savings and loans in the State
of Florida, recently honored those
individuals with 25 or more years
service to the savings and loan

Receiving recognition from Citizens
Federal Savings and Loan Association
of Port St. Joe, is Cecil G. Costin, Sr.
for 30 years of dedicated service, Cecil

G. Costin, Jr. for 25 years of dedicated
service, E.F. Gunn for 25 years of
dedicated service, Forest Revell for
25 years of dedicated -erv. -e, and not
pictured, Frank Hannon for 25 years
of dedicated service.

DOT, Forest Service Join

To Save

Threatened. -B

Wild Plant

A team of wildlife biolo-
gists and environmental ex-
perts from one federal and
two state agencies converged
on a remote stretch of two
lane highway here recently
in an attempt to preserve the
endangered Harper's Beauty
plant, listed as "threatened

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tional Forest.
"This is a big step in
recovering this species,"
said Levester Pendergrass, a
U.S. Forest Service botanist
based in Atlanta.
A 1983 report by the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service
indicated DOT's mowing

CAREFUL SCRUTINY-Apalachicola National Forest
wildlife biologist Michael Balboni, left, and Department of
Transportation Environmental Coordinator Jimmy Bailey
examine Harper's Beauty plants before transplantation pro-
cedures. Listed as an endangered species, the plant is the
target of a state and federal preservation program.
(Photo courtesy of DOT)

by extinction" by the Smith-
sonian Institute.
Representatives of the U.S.
Forest Service, Florida
Game and Freshwater Fish
Commission and the Depart-
ment of Transportation were
on hand to transplant part of
a colony of the perennial herb
away from the State Road 65
shoulder 'in Liberty County.
"The existing colonies are
in a vulnerable, accessible
location. Hopefully, by mov-
ing them away from the road
the population will in-
crease," said Don Bethan-
court, a U.S. Forest Service
Harper's Beauty (Harper-
ocallis flava) was first dis-
covered in 1965 and cata-
logued in 1968 by Dr. Sidney
The plant, noted for a
tubular ovary and a single
flower, thrives in open wet-
lands and has not been found
outside the Apalachicola Na-

practices may have aided the
plant's survival by "elimina-
ting the competition, thus
allowing Harper's Beauty to
spread and increase its popu-
The U.S. Forest Service
has designated 45 acres as a
reserved area for the perpet-
uation of the species.
DOT has modified mowing
schedules to allow the plant
to flower and seed, restricted
the use of herbicides in the
vicinity and routinely in-
spected the area.
"We'll be conducting fur-
ther tests to study the
applicability of mowing pro-
grams to expand the coloni-
zation of Harper's Beauty
within the right of way," said
Jimmey Bailey, DOT Dis-
triet Environmental Coordi-
Reported to have only 70
plants when first discovered,
a 1982 study found the colony
to number 6,000 plants.




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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31,1985

VFW Planning Poppy Sale On Nov. 9

Repairs on Post 10069 are
progressing on schedule.
Hopefully the repairs will be
completed in the very near
The "Buddy Poppy" sale
for the Post will take place on
Saturday, November 9.
Members of the Post will be
around town with poppies.
Your donation will be used
for needy disabled Veterans
and their families. Adjutant
George Coody is also request-
ing .Post members to help
distribute the poppies.
Next meeting of the post
for the members and the
Ladies Auxiliary will be
November 12 at 7:30. Come
and participate in your post
November 11 will be Vete-
rans Day. The post had
planned to sponsor a parade
in Port St. Joe. However,
participation was not what
we had hoped for, conse-
quently we have cancelled
our plans for a parade this
year. We will be back next
'For information on the

following two items please
contact the Gulf County
Veterans Affairs Office, Jim
Sealey 229-6125.
Veterans Administration
pensioners and recipients of
parent's Dependency and
Indemnity Compensation
should have received notices
with their September checks
informing them of changes in
VA's income reporting pro-
Computer punch cards will
not be mailed to beneficiaries
on November 1 this year.
Instead, starting October 1,
1985, full page forms, Eligibi-
lity Verification Reports will
be sent to pensioners on a
staggered basis throughout
the year. They will be
processed by the regional
office having a claimant's
Persons receiving Section
306 pension, Old Law Pen-
sion, Improved Pension reci-
pients who have a foreign
mailing address and parents
receiving dependency and
indemnity compensation will
be sent an Eligibility Verifi-

cation Report on October 1,
1985. These beneficiaries will
be asked to report their
income on a calendar year
basis as they have done in the
Beginning December 1,
1985, and running through
September 1, 1986, Eligibility
Verification Reports will be
mailed to the remaining
improved pensioners at a
rate of approximately 70,000
each month. They will be
sent first to the groups most
likely to have income chan-
ges. Pensioners with no
income will be the last group
to receive the forms. Com-
pletion of the questionnaire is
required by law and failure
to return it to the VA
Regional Office by the date
shown on the form may
result in interruption of bene-
Public Law 96-342 changed
Chapter 49, Title 10, United
States Code, states that any
person who originally enlists
in a regular component of the
armed forces on or after
September 8, 1980, who fails

to complete at least 24
months of such person's
period of original enlistment
shall "not" be eligible for
any benefits under any fede-
ral program. This law shall
not apply to any person who
was discharged under hard-
ship conditions or separated
for physical disability. Plus
the law does not apply if it is
later established that the
veteran is suffering from a
disability which resulted
from an injury or disease
incurred in or aggravated
during the period of the
enlistment completed by
such person and is not the

result of the person's inten-
tional misconduct and was
not incurred during a period
of unauthorized absence. The
phrase "any federal pro-
gram" includes those bene-
fits administered by the
Veterans Administration.

The oldest continuously in-
habited city in ,existence
is Damascus in Syria.

SCongressman Don Fuqua
recently expressed his confi-
dence that the House of
Representatives and Senate
would agree on a mechanism
Ato balance the federal bud-
:get. Fuqua, Chairman of thp
: Committee on Science and
'Technology, and Senior Ma-
jority Member of the Com-
;mittee on Government Oper-
ations, was named by the
:Speaker to serve on the
,conference committee meet-
ing to finalize details on the
:proposal to raise the debt
ceiling and act on the
"Gramm-Rudman" proposal
.passed by the Senate which
provides, a formula to
achieve a balanced federal
'budget by 1991.
In a hearing before the
'Government Operations
committee, Fuqua told
iames C. Miller, newly ap-
pointed by President Reagan
ia5$V.ec'.oi'-of the Office of
,Management and,Budget, of
bis firm belief that the time
for talk was through and it
was absolutely essential that
Congress and the President
agree on a plan to balance
the budget. Fuqua added:
"While we must enact a plan
and do it now, I have serious
concerns about the constitu-
tionality of Gramm-Rudman
as approved by the Senate. It
will be up to the conference
committee to work to make
the proposal constitutional
and workable. I am commit-
ted to that goal."
� The conference committee
:between the House and Sen-
.:ate has already begun its
-work and Fuqua stated his
belief that the work is
.progressing. "We are mak-
ing genuine progress in this
long and difficult work,"
,Fuqua said. "Both sides are
working in good faith and I
am convinced that we shall
succeed. The American peo-
ple expect us to come up with
a plan and make it work. We
cannot afford to fail.
"Gramm-Rudman has its


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umdersigned persons intend to register
'with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after
the first publication of this notice, the
fictitious name or trade name under
. which he will be engaged in business
and in which said business is to be car-
ried on, to-wit:
6666 Parkside Drive
Cape San Bias
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Owners: Langdon Flowers, Jr.
E. Ann Cleare
4tc 10/31

-the undersigned person desires to
engage in business under the fictitious
name of
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I The full and true name of every per-
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faults. It may make it more action on deficit reduction."

difficult for the government
to enter into long-term con-
tracts for military and non-
military needs and short-
term savings would be negli-
gible. The tough decisions
should not be put off for later.
I- believe we can refine the
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tfc 10/31
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with valid chauffeur's
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record need apply. Call
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Help Wanted: Probation
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full time potential. Requires
sufficient education, experi-
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Thinking of selling your
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For Sale: 5 yr. old brick
- home on a lot% near schools.
3 bdrms., 2 baths, liv. rm.;,
formal din. rm, kitchen, den
with fireplace, dbl. car gar-
age, sep. utility rm., Cypress
privacy fence. Priced at
$75,000. Call 229-8732.
For Sale by Owner: on 1%
lots, 4 bdrm., 2 bath, 1027
Long Avenue. $47.000. Call
after 5:30, 229-6372.
,2tc 10/24
SHome for Sale by Owner: 4
BR, 3 bath, carpeted, oak
floors, laundry rm., fire-
place, dbl. carport, util.
house, tiled front terrace
with wrought iron. Ideally
located on Ig. corner lot,
near schools & town. Reduc-
ed to sell. Call for informa-
.tion, 229-8601. tfc 10/17
: Blue Haven condos in Gulf
'Aire. 2 bdrm., 2 ba., fully
loaded kitchen, ice maker,
etc. Washer, dryer, ceiling
fan, deck, private entrance.
:Acces to pool - beach & ten-
unis courts. $45,000 unfurn.,
-,47,000 furn. Will rent or
lease. Call 904/674-4455, after
z6 p.m., 674-5863.
4t 10/10
For Sale by Owner: Nice
home in nice neighborhood
located near schools. Home
includes 3 bdrm., 2% ba.,
-"large" great groom, effi-
ciency kitchen, formal din.
rm., laundry rm., dbl. car
garage, and Ig. deck in back.
:-House sits on 1% lots located
at 2005 Juniper Ave. Priced
at $74,500. House includes
-many extras! Shown by
appt. only. Absolutely no
:drop ins. Call Glen Combs
for appt. 227-1689.
tfc 8/22

Mobile home for rent: 2
bedrooms. Call 648-5316.
tfc 10/31
2 bedroom duplex unfur-
nished. Call Charles,
229-8282, after 5:00, call
670-8417. tfc 10/31
Real nice 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments; $250. unfurnish-
,ed; $275 furnished. Lg. porch
with ceiling fans, close walk
to beach. 212 1st St., Mexico
Beach. 229-8549. 2tp 10/31
For Rent: St. Joe Beach. 1
bedroom apartment, 1 block
from beach. Stove & refrig.
furnished, deposit, no pets.
229-8747 or 227-1450.
fc 10/31
For Rent: 12'x54' furnish-
ed 2 bedroom mobile home,
real dean. $175 mo., Jones
Homestead. 229-8669.
For REnt: 2 bedroom
waterfront house at St. Joe
Beach. Partially furnished.
Call after 4 p.m., 227-1535.
tfc 10/24
Two bedroom partially,
furnished apartment for
rent. Call 648295 after 9
p.m. or before 10:00a.m.
tfc 10/24
For Rent: 2 bedroom
waterfront house, St. Joe
Beach. Partially furnished.
Call after 4 p.m., 227-1535.
3 bdrni. unfurnished house
in White City. Deposit re-
quired. No pets. Call after 6.
229-6825. tfc 10/3
Room for Rent: By day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7/8
For Rent: Mini-warehouse'
storage. For more informa-
tion call 229-6332.

2 bedroom furnished trail-
er, $200 a month plus deposit.
For more information call
227-7291. tfc 10/17
Nice 2 bedroom home
located on St. Joseph Shores.
Completely furnished, all
you need to do is move in.
Call Karen, Monday thru
Friday, at 227-1812. ;.
I and 2 bedroom apart-
ments, cen. h&a, kitchen ful-
ly equipped. In town. Call
229221 day or night.
tfc 10/31
For .Discriminating Rent-
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lovely 3 bdrm., 2 ba., uiir-u
nished home, with pool, fire-
place & garage & much,
much more. Selma Ave., St.
Joe Beach. Near the beach.
Call for complete details.
ERA Parker Realty,
6485777. tfc 10/10
Furnished house at 528 7th
Street. No children, no pets.
Call 648-5306. tfc-10/17
For Redt: Small trailer,
fully furnished, ideal for 1 or
2 persons. Call 648-8481. *
For Rent: Unfurnished 2
bedroom apt. Call Charles
229-8282, after 5 670-8417.
Apartment for rent on
Mexico Beach. Furnished 2
bdrm., 1 ba. carpet, all elec.
kitchen, cen. h&a, cable TV
& water included. No pets.
$315 per month. Call 648-5943,
. 9a.m. -6p.m. tfc 10/10
For Rent: Available Oc-
tober 1, two bdrm. nice
apartment. $295 per month.
Reasonable damage deposit
required. No Pets! Located
at 606 Woodward Ave. Call
227-1689. tfc 9/26
For Rent: Three bedroom
house, partially furnished, at
Indian Pass Beach. Gulf
* 4=ont. 48 ,.6.6-- . -
tfc 9/12
For Rent: Mobile home
lots, Rustic Sands Camp-
grounds. 648-5229.
tfc 8/29
Hwy. 98 & 28th St., Mexico
Beach. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. Walk-
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shopping, cen. h&a, washer
hook-up, dishwasher, 3 ceil-
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month lease. Call 385-7714
weekdays, 648-8789 weekend
evenings, or 575-3624 week-
day evenings, tfc 9/5
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.

1 bdrm. furnished apart-
ment and 1 bdrm. unfurnish-
ed apartment at 1508 Long
Ave. Deposit required. No
pets. Call after 6. 229-6825.
tfc 10/3


Yard Sale and Craft Sale:
2 families, Sat., Nov. 2. 8
a.m. until. Ceramics, mac-
rame, and, clothing. 309
Avenue E.
Yard Sale: Sat., Nov. 2 at
214 First St., Highland View.
9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Yard Sale: 3 families, 1117
Garrison Ave., Saturday,
Nov. 2, 8 till 1. Cleared attic
& storage room. Hundreds of
items, good building mater-
ials, household items, some
clothes, holiday items, some
furniture & collectibles.
Yard Sale: Friday, Nov. 1,
9-4. Columbus St., at dead
end. St. Joe Beach. Tele-
scope, plants, girl's clothing,
size 5, 7 and 9. Lots more.
Rain cancels.
Yard Sale: Friday & Sat-
urday, Nov. 1-2. 9 a.m. - 2
p.m. 8" tablesaw, 2 trailers,
several guitars, violin, cloth-
ing, 2 stereos, carpet sham-
pooer, household and many
other items. No early sales.
5th Ave., Beacon Hill.

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

3 water pumps with
aerator, complete water sys-
tem. Make offer. Call
648-5316. tfc 10/31
14' plywood boat, new
trailer, like new '83 25 h.p.
Mercury outboard. Will ac-
cept offer. Call 639-5465.
TAKE OVER 5 Acres.
Beautiful wooded ranch
land. Fish or hunt nearby.
NO DOWN. $49/month.
Owner financing. (904)
642-7259. 2tp 10/31
Yorkie pups for sale. Call
14' Al-way (Huntcraft)
boat, 12 h.p. motor & trailer.
Boat capacity, 900 lbs. All
accessories included. $450.
Call 648-5986.
Used electric 50-gallon
water heater in good cond.,
$30. Call 229-8743 after 5:30
1982 27' Allegro motor
home, 23,000 miles. New re-
frigerator, perfect condition.
$22,500. Call 227-1730, 9 to 6,
229-6127 after 6. tfc 10/31
65 h.p. Mercury motor,
very good cond. For more in-
formation, call 229-8743 after
5:30 p.m.
One baby swing & bath
cradle, new, $25 for both. 1
used baby car seat, good
cond., $25; 2 26" bicycle, his
& hers, like new. $75 each
with big tires. 229-8520.
One stove and refrigera-
tor, Hotpoint, good cond.
1973 White Road Comman-
der Super 250 Cumming die-
sel, cab over sleeps, new
tires-and clutch, runs good.
$4,250. Call 670-4857.
Mod. #27 S&W
A357-mag, revolver. "New"r..
" at prsentattoncasfe'. *"T .':
T.S., T.H. & Lg. grips. Nickel
plated, 4" bbl., $350 firm.
Mod. #29 S&W .44 mag revol-
ver, like new, in presentation
case. T.T., T.H., T.S. & 1g.
grips. Blued finish, 4" bbl.
$350 firm.
AT&T telephone answering
service. Used 2 mos., like
new. $100. Call 648-8187.
Itc 10/31
Guitar Fender Flatop,
autoharp, sewing machine,
zig-zag, meat slicer, stain-
less steel detector, new
ladies bike, rowing machine.
Wurlitzer piano, $250. In
excel. cond. 648-5886.
Contour chair with vibra-
tor, $50. 1965 VW, $550. Few
pieces of odd furniture.
Dorothy's Ceramics
will open at 5:00 p.m. CST
Thursday, Oct. 31 only. Now
taking orders for Christmas
(small deposit required).
5 h.p. Black Cobra racing
go cart with roll bars, in very
good cond. Can be seen at
1806 Marvin Ave. Call
One 50 & 2 ten gal. aqua-
riums w/wrought iron stand
& all accessories, $200. 1
Sears beater bar vacuum
cleaner $35. Weight bench &
weights $25. One swimming
pool filter & 1 h.p. pump for
in-ground pool, $200. 1 set
heavy duty car ramps, $15.
Call 648-5106. 2tc 10/24
Phone answering machine
in very good condition. $75.
6534652. * 2tp 10/17
Swings, swing frames, pic-
nic tables, lawn chairs, set-
tees, and children's picnic
tables. Call 639-2860.
tfc 6/6
15' Rivercraft with 40 h.p.
Mercury, trailer, trolling
motor & anchor mates. Call
229-8768. 2tp 10/24
$25.00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
, SPECIAL - $9.95
to clean, oil and adjust ten-
sion on your sewing mach-
ine. We guarantee your
machine can sew on any

(904) 227-1450
Evenings and Weekends:
Margaret Hale - 648-5659
Frances Chasen - 229-8747 Roy Smith
Larry McArdle - 227-1551
Port St. Joe: 4 bedroom, 1 bath, cen. h&a, carpet, on 2 lots, fenced yard.
Port St. Joe: .arge two story house.on corner lot. 4 bdrms., 1 '/ bath. Chain
link fence. $37,500.
New Lilting Port St. Joe: 3 bedroom, 1'/2 bath on 2 lots. Good
neighborhood, $37,500.
Highland View: 2 bedroom, 1 bath stucco with bay view. Possible owner
finenoing. $32,000.
Port St. Joe: Downstairs den, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, outside storage, Ig. corner
lot, plenty of space for only $65,000.0
Oak Grove: House in excellent condition, 3 bdrm., 2 bath. Screen porch,
outside storage only $37,000.
Overstreet Now priced way below appraised value: 3 bdrm., 2 be. A-frame
on 6 cleared acres only $47,500.
NEW LISTING: Ward Ridge, Immaculate frame 3 bedroom, 2 bath, heat
pump, chain link fence, 1'% lots on corner. Only $49,500.
PortSt. Joe: 3 bedroom, 1 bath, cen. h&a, gas log fireplace, enclosed porch,
nice yard, chain link fence, only $29,000.
Price Reduced on like new brick home 3 bedroom, 2 bath, dbl. car garage,
Ig. lot, assumable loan. Now only $79,900.
Port St. Joe: Good rental property. 2 bedroom, 1 ba. $27,000.
Almost new brick 3 bdrm., 2 ba., corner lot, deck & outside storage. $47,850.
Lovely brick home, only 3 yrs. old, nice neighborhood, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., well-
Insulated, garage, fp, screened back porch. $62,000.
Take a look at this. Cy - erlr ret-I home. 2 bdrm., 1 ba., den or
3rd bdrm. Enclosed | h c & lrt, corner lot, $27,000, Price
Reduced . M r
Owner Anxious.. Great buy. Block & stucco house in good family
neighborhood, Port at. Joe. 3 bdrm., 2 bath. $50,000.
Close to town, newly remodeled, 3 BR, 2 ba. $31,000.
3 BR, 1 ba at 1610 Long Ave. $29,500.
Well kept home. Good retirement home. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry. $45,000.
Nice masonry home close to schools.3 BR, 2 ba, fenced back yard, $48,500.
PRICE REDUCED: Older home in very good condition, 2 or 3 bedrooms, 1 V/
bathr, outside workshop, covered carport. Now only $38,000.
White City: Mini-farm, pond 3 BR 1 ba. $40,000.
Howard Creek: Owner will donate some "fix-up" labor. Large 2 story 5 BR 2
ba Franklin stove, screen porch, util. room, $47,900.
Mexico Beach: Good Investment, duplex. Beach side of Hwy. 98. $94,500.
home, 3 bdrm., 2 bath; fireplace, new carpet, new kitchen cabinets. Now on--
ly $50,000.
St. Joe Beach: New Listing: 3 bdrm., 2 bath house on Hwy. 98. Extra lot on
Desoto. Excellent buy at $80,000.
St. Joe Beach: Stilt house 2 BR 1'/a ba., den or study, util. rm., carport.
St. Joe Beach: Lot 75x130' corner of Coronado and Americus, $15,000.
Stonemlll Creek Area: 40 acres, cleared land, $40,000.
' Gulf Aire: Gulf front 65'x180', $55,900.
Cape San Bias: Gulf front 2.34 acres, $100,000.
St. Joe Beach: T block from water, 3 lots together 50'x125' each. Total price
Mexico Beach: 100'x100' with water hook-up only $8,800.
Ward Ridge: One lot 75'x150', $6,600.
Jones Homestead: 2 acres, $8,400.
St. Joe Beach: One 50'x125' lot 1 block from beach, $16,000.
Gulf Pines: Duplex, 3 bdrm., 3 be. each side. $176,000.
Cape San Bias Beach: 2 BR 2'/ ba. $80,000.
Wewahltchka: 80 acres east of town, about 40 acres of timber, $69,000.
Port St. Joe: Close to business district, 50x170' lot. $8,000.
St. Joe Beach: Prime waterfront property. Last large tract at St. Joe Beach
suitable for development. 231 ft. on highway and waterfront.
White City One acre near canal, $33,300.
SOverstreet: Two acre plots on Intercoastal Canal $16,000 ea.
Port St. Joe: Downtown 60'x90' corner lot, $18,000.
Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, den, self-clean oven, dishwasher, damage deposit
required. $550 per month.

Good used tires cheap, all
sizes. 900 to choose from.
Call 639-5881 or see at Red
Bull Island, Wewahitchka.
4tp 10/17
FAMILIES: Are you paying
too much for health in-
surance? Mutual of Omaha,
648-8557. 4tp 10/17
JACKETS by Knapp. Old es-
tablished line of quality pro-
ducts. Call Frances or Bob,
648-5331. tfc 10/10
Beautiful limited edition
prints of Overstreet Post Of-
fice in full color. Only 200
signed & numbered prints.
See them at Telephone Co.
Business Office. Price for
matted and framed print is
only $65.00. Christmas is
coming, don't miss out!
FREE Bible study at home
by mail. What does the Bible
say about God, Christ, salva-
tion, and eternity? You can
study in your home with no
cost and no visits unless you
request. Write: Bible Study,
P. 0. Box 758, Port St. Joe,
FL tfc 9/5

1979 Jeep 4-wheel drive
truck, 360 V-8, p.s., p.b.,
"Honco package", excel.
mechanical condition. Low
mileage. $3,000 or best offer.
Inquire at 319 Reid Ave.,
1976 Granada, new bat-
tery, runs good, clean inter-
ior, little rust exterior, good
for mill car or family car.
Call 229-8039, ask for Shelia.
77 Thunderbird, p.s., p.b.,
am/fm radio, air cond., new
tires. Asking $1,000.227-1638.
... .........2tp 10/31

1957 Mercury. A classic
automobile in classic condi-
tion. New paint, new tires,
new brakes, new engine.
Complete records plus own-
er's manual. Asking $2,895.
David Odum, 227-1484 or
227-1121. tfc 10/31
1977 Dodge Sportsman, 14
passenger van. In need of
some work. Best offer over
$300. Can be seen at Gulf
County Senior Citizens Site
at Ave. D and Peters Street
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
tfc 10/24
'79 Bronco Ranger XLT,
auto. transmission, a/c,
am/fm radio, new tires.
0$5,500. 227-1568. tfc 10/24
82 Gran Prix LJ black
T-tops, 41,000 miles. Call
Mary Linda Butts. 229-8966
or 229-6182. tfc 8/29.
1970 Bonneville, $200. 1974
Bonneville, $200. For more
information, call 648-8587.

Sunday, Nov. 3, 1 to 6
1840 HOUSE, LTD.
Come see our unique way
of combining Antiques and
Reproductions at affor-
dable prices. AND it's
worth the trip to see the
restored 140-year-old
Floye E. Brewton,
244 W. Lafayette
(US 90)
Marianna, FL 32446
(904) 482-5624

Sales, Service and
FCC Licensed Technicians

Turkey or Ham Shoot, Sat.
& Sunday from 12:00 till
dark. Beginning this week-
end, Hwy. 98 and 41st St.,
Mexico Beach. 7t 10/17

Gulf Co. Beaches Volun-
teer Fire Dept. will be spon-
soring an annual arts and
crafts festival Nov. 16 from
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Anyone
interested in renting a space
for your craft, please call
648-5253 or 648-5232. Tables
furnished for $5.00 and $6.00.
5t 10/17

Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M. E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M. E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
We buy, sell and trade us-
ed furniture. Get good prices
for your unwanted furniture.
Country Peddler. 2294-8966.
I will baby sit, do house-
,work and sit with the elderly,
5 days a week. Call 229-8915.
Any Type Building
Commercial * Residential
State Uc. No. RG0027009
Located across from Health
408 Long Avenue

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

408 Reid Ave. 2294954
Open 7 Days A Week
Mon. -Fri., 8 a.m.--8 p.m..
SSat:;81'.m.- 6p.m. -
Sun., 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Self service or drop/off
tfc 7/4

Insured, Our Work
Service Work Skirting
Buy and sell mobile home
axles & tires.
tfc 9/12

Accounting &
Income Tax
Accounting & Income Tax
Service - Small Business
Monthly Accounting
Wauneta Brewer
Owiier Donna Cannon
228 Reid Ave.
Phone 229-8536

,nk o was somenetvg 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
tfc 7/4


-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
--Cabinet Work
Gen. Con. RG 0033"43

P. O. BOX 456
Stfc 7/4

Western Auto open all day
on Wednesday starting Oc-
tober 9.
There will be a regular
communication of Port St.
Joe Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M.
every first and third Thurs-
day at 8:00 p.m.
Norman M. Martin, W.M.
Billy D. Barlow, Sec.
Excellent Income for part
time home assembly work.
For info. call 504-64414003,
ext. 9575.
4t 9/19, 10/17, 10/31, 11/7


Insulation, storm doors or
windows. Coastal Insulation,
769-1696. 5tc 10/3

Painting - Interior/Exterior
Roofing Shingles,
Remodeling - Need
Something Done?
Call Freddy Wages
for free estimate
639-2990 before 9 a.m., after
7 p.m., 229-6288 days.
Residential Contractor RR0049057

St. Joseph Bay

W.S.(Biff) Quarles


Sears Catalog Sales

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 ReId Avenue tfc 7/4

All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfe 7/4

Tillers, Chain Saws, Lawn
Mowers & Weed Eaters
Atlantic St., St. Joe Beach
tfc 9/12


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


The Sewing Room
p S 410 A Reid Avenue O
Port St. Joe, Florida /04%

'Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"

Hagan Painting

Quality Work at Affordable Prices
Commercial & Residential
Pressure Cleaning for Grime & Mildew
Phone 648-8729


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

Southern Erectors, Inc.
- G Phone Day 227-1570
Z Night 648-8417,

. ' .. '. , . I

Saturday, Nov.9
Min Mail
corner Hwy. 98 & 8th St.
Mexico Beach
7:00 p.m. CT

Misc. goodies, appli-
ances, furniture to
sell. Your items on
consignment. Call
648-8588 afternoons.
Ztc 10/31

Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
306 Reid Avenue
tic 7/4

The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
tfc 6/7




| Shark Beat

chosen Keyettes 1985-86 Pos-
BY sum Queen. Congratulations


to their departments in St. Joe Paper Company by Captain
C -r Larry Clayton, right, of the 710th Service Company of the
C oop rates National Guard. Captain Clayton said the expressions of
appreciation were for the cooperation offered National
John Howard, Elmo Ford, James Daniel, Gerald Guard members in the departments in time off for training
Griffin and Jim Johnson hold plaques of appreciation given or special duty. -Star photo

Make-A-Meal In A

Paper Towel Pouch

;; m r
Cooking in paper is not new. For however, has been.developed - cook-
centuries "en papillote," a technique ing an entire meal in a paper
of cooking food inside parchment, has towel.
been used to prepare delicious en- Try making a meal inside a
trees. A new, quick and convenient . Bounty Microwave paper towel.
twist to this century-old technique, Preparation time through microwave

cooking is less than 30 minutes. The
following "make-a-meal" recipe is not
only quick and convenient, but also
low in calories since no oils or fats are
used. It's a whole, nutritious meal in
one paper towel pouch.
The towel can also be used to heat
bread products, prepare bacon or
used as a "lid" to keep soups and
sauces from splattering. And, like'
regular Bounty, Bounty Microwave
is the "quick picker upper" so it can
also be used for all household tasks.

Italian Chicken with
Julienne of Vegetables
2 medium carrots, cut in,
julienne strips
1 medium zucchini, cut in
julienne strips
1 medium onion, sliced (about
1 cup)
2 whole boneless chicken
breasts, skinned, cut in
half (about 1 pound)
1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
4 Bounty Microwave paper
towel sheets
Divide carrots, zucchini, and onion
evenly among 4 Bounty Microwave
paper towels. Place chicken on top of
vegetables. Sprinkle seasoning over
chicken. Wrap towel around chicken
and vegetables to completely enclose.
Moisten under running water. Place
paper towel bundles in 8-inch, round
glass baking dish. Microwave on
HIGH for 9 to 10 minutes, or until
chicken is cooked. Remove from'
microwave and let stand 1 minute
before serving.

There was a change in the
date of Keyette initiation last
week. The initiation was held
during the junior high half-
time game Thursday night
instead of the junior varsity
game Friday night. I tried to
make the change in my
column before it reached the
printers, but I was too late.
The initiation was a big
success. The best part about
it was seeing Miss DeAnn
Young cheering with the
junior high cheerleaders.
This privilege was one of
those given to her for being

The teachers appreciated
the cooperation of the 10th
and llth graders who took
the PSAT test last week. It
was a relief for the students
to finish taking this test as
they were getting very tired
of bubbling in circles and
constantly sharpening their
pencils. A big thanks goes to
the teachers who helped
make this test a big success.
It is time again 'for the
Band of Gold to go on the
road to district marching
contest. The band will travel
to the Tommy Oliver Stadi-
'uffi in Panama City this
Saturday to compete against
other bands. They are sche-
duled to perform at 3:30 p.m.

Highland View PTA

Gives Thanks for Help

The Highland View PTA
wishes to thank its many
parents and sponsors for
again making the Annual
Halloween Carnival a re-
sounding success.
Merchants who generously
contributed were: The Coun-
try Peddler, Hurlbut's Sup-
ply, St. Joe Drugs, Badcock
Furniture, St. Joe Furniture,
Western Auto, Danley Furni-
ture, Lucille's Beauty and
Fashion Boutique, St. Joseph
Bay Florist, Decorator Den,
Earley's Hardware, Port St.
Joe Wholesale Distributors,
Gulf County Sheriff's Depart-

ment, Dixie Dandy, Skip's
Gulf Station, Saveway,
Rich's IGA, and Piggly Wig-
A very special thanks is
extended to the following
persons for spending a wet
afternoon in the new spilling
booth attraction: Sheriff Al
Harrison, Officer Herschel
Hill, Officer Cliff Bell, Ser-
geant Durwoo&d Smith, and
instructors Herman Jones,
Cathy Colbert and Becky

"He who rebukes the world
,is rebuked by the world."

E.S.T. Go get it band, grab
that superior rating!
This Friday night the
"Sharks" will travel to Tal-
lahassee to play against the
Florida High Demons. The
game will begin at 8:00 p.m.
E.S.T. Everyone go and
support our "Fighting
Sharks." Good luck, guys.
I would like to introduce to
you Mr. Jimmy Johnson. Mr.
Johnson is from Newville,
Alabama from which he
attended the University of
Alabama. Mr. Johnson has
been teaching for three years
and is now teaching Earth
Science and coaching the
junior varsity football team
here at Port St. Joe High.
Although Mr. Johnson has
not lived here long, he seems


to be fitting right in with the
rest of the Port St. Joe crowd.
Mr. Johnson, we are happy to
have you with us.
Well, that's all for now, but
I'll be back with more of your
favorite news from Port St.
Joe High. See ya!



wt�'K' O�nT/

(Formerly M. P. Tomllnson Insurance Agency)

E.' "'

All Forms of Insurance
* Homeowners * Auto * Flood
* Business Packages * Group
Hospitalization * Life * Boats
* Pulpwood & Logging
* Mobile Homes

322 Reid Ave.

Port St. Joe Phone 229-8899

African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227.1213
Rev. Theodore Andrews, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00 A.M.
EVENINGWORSHIP .................. . 6:00P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


. Signs of

the Times

They may well be the
signs of the time.
Apex Contracting Inc., a
Kentucky firm, starts work
next week on the installation
of a series of informational
"logo" signs along a 140 mile
stretch of Interstate 10 from
Ponce DeLeon in Holmes
County to Monticello in Jef-
ferson County.
The blue-paneled logo
sign boards, the first used in
the state, will carry grouped
logos of restaurants, gas
stations, motels and camp-
grounds and are designed to
lessen the need for additional
billboards along the inter-
"The program is design-
ed to provide information to
the motorist as to what
businesses are located at that
interchange. Hopefully, this
will slow the proliferation of
billboards," said Deputy As-
sistant Secretary Allen Pot-
Already in use in 22
states, the program will
eventually involve 180 rural
Florida interchanges. A pro-
totype sign on 1-95 in Yulee,
north of Jacksonville, and a
test sign on Interstate 10 east
of Tallahassee are presently
the only logo signs in the
A second phase of the
project, covering a 100 mile
stretch of Interstate 10'from

Holmes County west to the
Alabama state line, will go to
bid in May 1986.
DOT's $232,000 logo pro-
ject in the Panhandle comes
in the wake of a June ruling
'by the Florida Supreme
Court that allows the state to
remove illegal billboards on
30 days notice.
Logo information panels
will be located at 10 inter-
changes in five counties over
the next four months. The
interchanges involved are
the Ponce DeLeon and Boni-
fay interchanges in Holmes
County; the, Chipley ipter-'
change in Washington Coun-
ty; the Cottondale and Mari-
anna interchanges in Jack-
son County; the Greensboro
and Quincy interchanges in
Gadsden County; and the
Aucilla interchange in Jeffer-
son County.
Businesses participating
in the logo program will pay
the state $250 per year'to
cover . administrative costs
and will also pay manufac-
turing expenses for the logo
The department expects to
spend in excess of $10 million
to erect logo signs statewide
over .the next five years.
Ninety percent of the funds
will come from the federal
government and" 10 percent
form the state, according to



Air Show Will Feature New Acts

Aircraft Demonstration, Jump Team, On Program

The A-10 "Thunderbolt II" will be
featured in the Open House and Air
Show at Tyndall Air Force Base Nov.
16. The Open House will begin at 10
"a.m. with static displays of various
U.S. Air Force aircraft. The Air Show
will begin at 1 p.m. Other highlights of
the Air Show will be an aerial
demonstration of the F-15 "Eagle"
aircraft and the parachute jump
team, "Wing of Blue," from the Air
Force Academy?
The A-10 demonstration team will
visit from the 23rd Tactical Fighter
Wing, England Air Force Base, La. It
has adopted 'the "Flying Tigers"
insignia of World War II fame. The
trademark of glistening shark's teeth
is painted on the nose of its A-10
The Fairchild Republic built
aircraft is the first in the Air Force to
be designed specifically for close air

support of ground forces. It takes its
name from the Republic P-17 Thun-
derbolt, 'which in the latter part of
World War II was used for dive
bombing and strafing in a close air
support role.
The Thunderbolt II is a twin-en-
gine jet, proven effective and sur-
vivable against all ground targets. Its
excellent maneuverability at low air
speeds and altitude will be demon-
strated, as well as the short takeoff
and landing capability.
Capt. Steven E. Foster, of the 23rd
TFW's 75th Tactical Fighter Squad-
ron is Tactical Air Command's A-10A
Thunderbolt II aircraft demonstration
pilot. He is also a flight commander
with his squadron. A native of Ohio,
the captain is a 1973 graduate of the U.
S. Air Force Academy and has some
2,000 flying hours in the T-37, T-38,

AT-38, 0-2 and A-10A aircraft.
Narrator for the A-10 demonstra-
tion will be 1st Lt. Walter E. Scales
Jr., of the 74th TFS. He is also an
A-10A pilot. He graduated from the
University of Arkansas in his home
state and earned his commission
through Officers' Training School in
Other events on the program will
include a security police dog demon-
stration, a CH-3E helicopter demon-
stration and an F-15 weapons load
demonstration. These events will be
at 11 a.m.
The Open House and Air Show is
open to the public at no charge.
Visitors will be directed to parking
and the Open House area from entry
points on U. S. Highway 98. Food and
refreshments will be available in the
Open House area.

Floridians May Apply for Home

Energy Costs

Aid November 1

LOGO SIGN-A test sign of DOT's new logo progr
was installed on Interstate 10 east of Tallahassee at,
U.S. 90 East interchange. The program allows business
at rural interchanges to notify motorists of their existed



Starting November 1 low-
income Floridians can apply
for one-time assistance with
home energy costs.

Application forms for the
Low-Income Home Energy
Assistance Program will be
available at Department of
Health and Rehabilitative
Services (HRS) economic
_.services (AFDC or Food
Stamp) offices. Forms also
will be available at some city
and county welfare offices,
Community Action Agencies,
utility companies, and other
community-based organiza-
Stions. , ' +. - ' -
Applications must be re-
turned to HRS by December

comes are not counted. More
information is available from
local HRS Economic Ser-
vices offices.
More than 182,900 house-
holds applied for assistance
last year, said HRS Eco-
nomic Services Program Su-,
pervisor Margaret Quimby,;
and 157,750 of them received

man y the Alan Hallmar an report onhis progress Payments to eligible
as an adult.Payments to eligible
STwo events were mentioned 'n the story. One, households willbe mailed in
Hallmark was identified as the last Port St. Joe youth to January, and will depend on
contract polio. Two, it was mentioned in the story that household income, size and
the Papermakers Union purchased an iron lung at the location within the state.
time and presented it to the Hospital for use on Hallmark Last'year the average pay-
and future polio patients. ment was $138. The program
That wasn't so. It was the Machinists Local which does not pay monthly utility
purchased the machine some 30 years ago. The editor bills.
was remembering the event off the top of his head. One Limits for monthly house-
-T: O:'PoiHe!VlTt, who lived liere-at the time and was fTibld income unde? thd Low-
president of the Machinists Union at the time, still takes, Income Home Energy Assist-
The Star at his -new home in San Mateo, Florida, and ance Program are: $481 for
wrote The Star reminding us of the true course of events one person; $646 for two; $811
as they happened 30 years ago concerning the iron lung. for three; $976 for four;
Poitevint even sent copies of stories in The Star on that $1,141 for five; and $1,3006for
date, announcing the purchase. six. Add $165 f6or each addi-
Which goes to show you, there is always somebody tional person over six. House-
6n the sidelines who can correct you if you make a holds with income above
mistake . . . even if it happened 30 years ago. these limits may still be
eligible because some in-

Music Assoc. Starts Season

Only a limited number of
memberships remain for the
exciting 1985-86 Panama City
Music Association concert
series. The fabulous Broad-
way musical, "42nd Street",
is included and will be
presented on Thursday,

March 27.
The first concert of' the
series will be "Kaleidoscopes
of Greece", colorful Greek
dancers, on Sunday, Novem-
ber 10; "Zagreb Philhar-
monic Orchestra", the top
Yugoslavian orchestra, on

Osborne Author of

Book on Careers

Ometa Osborne, a local
Gulf' County resident, has
written a book .entitled "A
Look at 200 Exciting Careers
and Job Opportunities". The
book is a career guide that
includes several case studies
of persons (some are local
residents) who actually en-
joy challenging and stimu-
lating careers. It also des-.
cribes various small but
thriving business enterprises
that may be conducted from
one's own home. This book

was written with the sincere
hope of providing some uni-
que and interesting career
choices for both men and

Ometa is presently asso-
ciated with the Gulf County
Senior Citizens Association.
She is the Direct Services
Coordinator-Outreach Work-
er for the agency, and enjoys
researching and writing in
her spare time.

February 23; the "Norman
Luboff Choir", March 10;
and the "Mantovani Orches-
tra" paying tribute to Mario
Lanza will perform on April
Memberships for the entire
concert series are only $25.00
for adults and only $12.50 for
students. Make checks pay-
able to the Panama City
Music Association. Mail your
membership request today
to: Panama City Music Asso-
ciation, Post Office Box 133,
Panama City, FL 32402, or
call 904-769-1217 to use your
VISA or MasterCard and for
additional information.
Memberships in the Pana-
ma City Music Association
give you five concerts for the
price of one. Mail your
membership checks today.
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entertaining 1985-86 concert

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PAGE SIXTEEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1985

Council Meeting
Ms. Eudora Jones, repre-
senting the Bay County Coun-
cil on Aging, will meet with
all interested Senior Citizens
on November 7 at 10:00 A.M.
CST at the Mexico Beach
Chamber of Commerce

The Department of Natural
Resources announces a second public
hearing in Gulf County to which all in-
terested persons are invited. PUR-
POSE: To receive public comments
and to take evidence from affected
property owners, and other interested
persons, pertaining to the proposed
reestablishment of the Gulf County
Coastal Construction Control Line,
prior to the adoption of Rule 16B-26.16,
Florida Administrative Code. Pur-
suant to Section 161.053, Florida
Statutes, this control line will be
substantially relocated landward of
the current line in order to more ac-
curately define that portion of the
beach-dune system which is subject to
severe fluctuations based upon the
100-year storm surge and storm
waves, and thus define the area within
which special siting and design con-
siderations are required to ensure pro-
tection to the beach-dune system, pro-
posed or existing structures, and adja-
cent properties.
DATE AND TIME: November 7,1985
-7:00 p.m.
PLACE: Gulf County Courthouse
1000 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
Copies of the aerial mapls showing the
proposed location of the control line,
beach profiles of the area under
consideration, and the Gulf County
Coastal Construction Control Line
- Study Report are on display and may.
:be seen and reviewed during regular
office hours until the time of the public
hearing at the following locations:
Gulf County Courthouse
1000 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
William J. Rish Park
Highway C-S
Cape San Blas
Port St. Joe, Florida
If additional information is needed,
please contact: Hal N. Bean, Chief,'
Bureau of Coastal Data Acquisition,
*Division of Beaches and Shores,
Department of Natural Resources,
3900 Commonwealth Boulevard,
Tallahassee, Florida 32303, (904)
All interested parties may attend
and gve testimony at this public hear-
ing *and may a submlaniiIr com-
ments in writing to the hearing officer
or mail them to: H. N. Bean, Division
- of Beaches and Shores.
* 3t 10/17,10/31,11/7

The Board of County. Commission of
Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or corpor-
ation interested in selling the .County
the following described personal pro-
Delivery date must be specified.
Liquidated damages for failure to
deliver unit on specified date will
be set at $25.00 per day.
Bids will be received until 9:00
o'clock A.M., E.S.T., November 12,
1985, at the Office of the Clerk of Cir-
* cult Court, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St.
Joe, FL 32456. The Board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
By: /s/ William Branch, Chairman
2t 10/24


with Sr. Citizens
Ms. Jones will explain and
answer questions about a
new action program, RSVP,
which will be of interest to
both men and women. Plan
on being there to find out how
you can help and how the
program can help you.

Case No. 8544
IN RE: The Estate of
that the administration of the Estate of
ROBERT W. HOWARD. deceased, file
number 85-44 is pending in the Circuit
Court for Gulf County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, and the address of
which is Gulf County Courthouse, Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456. The Personal
Representative of the Estate is BAR-
BARA ANN STEIN, whose address is
4239 Avon Road, Carrollton, Ohio
44615. The name of the Persopal
Representative's Attorney is:
324 Reid Avenue
P.O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
All persons having claims or
demands against the Estate are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MON-
NOTICE to file with the Clerk of the
above Court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may have.
Each clainm, must be in writing and
must indicate the basis of the claim,
the name and address of the claimant
or his Agent or Attorney and the
amount claimed. If the claim is not yet
due, the date when it will become due
shall be stated. If the claim is con-
tingent or, unliquidated, the nature of
the uncertainty shall he stated. f the
claim is secured, the security shall be
described. The Claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies to the Clerk to enable
the Clerk to mill a copy to each Per-
sonal Representative.
All persons interested in the Estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MON-
NOTICE, to file any objections they.
may have that challenge the validity
of the decedent's will, the qualifica-'
tions of the personal representative or
the venue or jurisdiction of this Court.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration is Thursday,
October 24, 1985.
Personal Representative of the
Attorney for Personal Representative
P. O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(904) 229-181

We, the undersigned, being duly
sworn, do hereby 'declare under oath
that the names of all persons, in-
terested in the business or profession
carried on under the name of
at Intracoastal Waterway, Hwy. 71,
White City, FL and the extent of the in-
terest of each, is as follows:
Dickie R. Brown, P. O. Box 703, Port
St. Joe, FL 32456,100% of interest.
SIs/ Dicde R. Brown.
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you choose, the sprouts must
be used or stored as soon as
they reach proper size. If you
don't plan to eat them
immediately, place them in a
covered container in the
refrigerator. They will keep
three to five days.

Talent Roundup recently at the Musical Moon in
Tallahassee. The group includes, left to right: Ron
Sem i-F finalist Fillingim, Tallahassee; Mac Willis, Bainbridge, Ga.;
Keith Rich, Perry and Wayne Neel of Port St. Joe. The ,
Drivin' Wheel Band, pictured above, of Perry, band appears regularly at the Rocky Creek Lounge in
competed as a semi-finalist in the Marlboro Country Band Perry.

Bean Sprouts

Extension Director
Once thought of onl

I am pleased to. be able to
report that the House of
Representatives has agreed to
my request for special funds for
construction projects at Camp
Blanding. As a part of our
military preparedness efforts, we
are improving facilities around
the world and I am glad that the
House agreed ihat we must in-
sure the vitality of Camp
The . House approved
$203,000 for water system
modification and $321,000 for an
ammunition storage facility. The
Senate will now consider these
requests and I am hopeful that
we can move ahead with con-
struction in the near future.

Conferees for both the
House and Senate are currently
meeting to jiron out the dif-
ficulties with the balance budget
proposal passed by the Senate.
I am privileged to be a conferee
on behalf of the House, of
Representatives and shall do my
best to insure that we do pass
a plan to get a balanced budget
for the federal government on a
definite timetable.
Experts have told us,
however, that the Senate plan is
Constitutionally flawed and may
not be held up by the courts as
Constitutional. Additionally,
economists claim it may not
work and may force us into a
I am mindful of these prob-
lems and believe it is our respon-
sibility to improve on the plan
and make it work. The American
people want to see Congress
and the President work together
to balance the- budget and
reduce our national debt, now

Easy Directions for Growing I
Chinese vegetables, bean 2
sprouts are now widely used
y as ina variety of dishes. Sprouts

standing at $2 trillion dollars.
I have an important role to
play as a conferee for the House
and I intend to see to it that we
do not let the American people

* * *

Nicaraguan President Daniel
Ortega, in a recent address to
the United Nations, blamed the
United States for the ills that
have beset his country. The
Nicaraguan economy is in
shambles and Ortega has
declared a state of national
emergency and abolished
freedoms of speech, assembly,
freedom of the press and has
also imposed strict limitations on
religious leaders.
It is quite clear that Ortega
and the Sandinistas are
mismanaging their country and,
looking for a scapegoat, want to
blame the United States for their
own incompetence. It just won't
Nicaragua is wholly depen-
dent- on the Soviet Union and
Cuba for their military muscle
that they use to oppress their
people. They are also trying to
export revolution to peace-loving
nations in the region. The
Nicaraguan people are
discouraged because the pro-
mises of the Sandinista revolu-
tion have not been kept.
Ortega should recognize the,
folly of his ways and try to work
with his neighboring nations and
not against them. He should also
renounce the Soviet influence in
his government and try for bet-
ter relations with the United
.States. This is the responsible
course of action to take. Blam-
ing others for your mistakes is
not the way to operate.

are easy to grow, and they're
a good source of protein, as
well as many vitamins and
minerals. In addition to being
very nutritious, sprouts are
expensive. Half a cup of
_dried beans will explode into.i
,a quart of sprouts, costing
only about one cent a serv-
Many methods of sprouting
beans seed to give good
results. The three I'll discuss
in this article are very
simple, because they make
use of material most of us,
already have around our
homes. My information was
provided by Extension Vege-
table specialist Jim Ste-
phens, of the University of
Florida's Institute of food
and agricultural sciences.
The first step in sprouting
is the same for all three
methods. After buying some
beans or seeds sold specifi-
cally for sprouting, sort them
carefully choosing only
clean, whole specimens. Tho-
roughly wash about a quart
of a cup of those you select,
place them in a bowl or jar
and cover them with luke-
warm water. Let the beans
stand overnight. By morning
they should have expanded to
about three times their dry
size. Rinse them well and
pour off all excess water.
Now, you are ready to
proceed with one of the three
sprouting methods.
To use the first method,
place a couple of tablespoons
of the soaked beans in a quart
jar, and cover the top secure-
ly with nylon mesh or cheese
cloth. Turn the jar on its side,
so the beans form a thin
layer, and place the jar in a


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warm, dark, humid location.
The next step is very
important. At least three
times everyday, until the
sprouts are ready, pour
lukewarm water into the jar,
swirl it around, and drain it
off. The seeds should be kept
moist, but not wet.
Depending on the beans or
seeds you're using, sprouts
will develop in three to five
days. Rinse and drain the
sprouts as soon as they reach
optimum length, and rootlets
appear. If you're germinat-
ing mung beans, the sprouts
should be one and one half to
two and one half inches long
when they're harvested. Al-
falfa sprouts are best when
they're about one inch long.
Soybean sprouts should be no
longer than one-half inch
before harvest. Sesame and
Sunflower sprouts should be
used as soon as they're
To employ the. second
method, spread a few table-
spoons of soaked beans on
several layers of dampened
paper towels, fitted into a
colander or perforated plas-
tic tray. Wrap the container
in a black plastic bag but
leave the opening loose to
allow ventilation. As with the
first method, the seeds must
be rinsed thodroughly, three
times each day. When the
sprouts first appear, you can
replace the black plastic bag
with a clear one so you will be
able to tell when the sprouts
have reached their proper
To use the third method,
just. place a few tablespoons
of soaked beans in the bottom
of a new clay flower pot that
has been saturated with
water. Place a cloth screen
over the bottom hole and
cover the entire pot with a
layer of muslin or cheese
cloth. As previously describ-
ed, the beans should be
rinsed and drained three
times a day until the sprouts
reach optimum length.
Regardless of the method

A W.JaA wglVl u ,VVUuitu IIUz Vet. Service
The Gulf County Veterans
Service Office is compiling
information on United States
Military personnel who died
from Hostile action during
World War II, The Korean
War, and The Vietnam War.
Below is a list of such persons
received from Records of the
National Archives. Would
anyone having knowledge of
the below listed persons, or
.any persons omitted frcim the
- list, please contact James



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Public Notice

A second public hearing .will be. held by the
Department of Natural Resources, Division of
Beaches Shores, at the following time and place
for the purpose of receiving public comments con-
cerning the proposed reestablishment of the Gulf
County Coastal Construction Control Line, prior
to the adoption of Rule 16B-26.16, Florida Ad-
ministrative Code. The effect will substantially
relocate the coastal construction control line land-
ward of the current line, to accurately define that
portion of the beach-dune system which is subject
to severe fluctuations based upon the 100-year
storm surge and storm waves, and thus define the
area within which special siting and design con-
siderations are required to ensure protection to the
beach-dune system, proposed structures or ex-
isting structures, and adjacent properties.
DATE: November 7, 1985
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
PLACE: Gulf County Courthouse
1000 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
Aerials showing the proposed coastal construction
control line, beach profiles of the concerned area,
and the Gulf County Coastal Construction Con-
trol Line Study Report are on display at the
following locations:
Gulf County Courthouse William J. Rish Park
1000 Fifth Street Highway C-30
Port St. Joe, Florida Cape San Blas
Port St. Joe, Florida
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War Dead
Sealey, Gulf County Veterans
Service Officer at 229-6125,
Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
Alday, Hewey; Brooks,
Jim; Evans, Roy B.; Free-
man, Moulton L.; Gainous,
John C.; Garrett, William
M.; Graeser, Calvin K. Jr.;
Hagans, Edgar; Hayes, John
C.; Jackson, Jimmy; Jenks,
Winfred C.; Johnson, Harry
D.; Joughin, Wallace A.;
King, Lonnie C.; Kirkland,
Benjamin C.; Land, Fred E.;
Marshall, Willie; Nichols,
Jesse M.; Powers, Kenneth
W.; Robinson, James E.;
Rowan, Willis V.; Sandburg,
George M.; Sims, Clifford
C.; Taunton, Howard. C.;
Tindell, James F.; Williams,
John W.