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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1976
Frequency: weekly
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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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FORTIETH YEAR, NUMBER 3


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Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1976


County Applies for Federal Funding


to Finance Water and


Sewer Services for Beaches


The Gulf County Commis-
sion instructed their finance
officer, Jerry Gates to file an
application this week for fed-
eral funds to construct a water
and sewer service for the
beaches area, near Port St.
.Joe.
The County had earlier
agreed to cooperate in a joint
venture with Mexico Beach in
providing the services for the
15 miles of beaches communi-
ties which stretch from Mex-
ico Beach south to the edge of
Highland View. The Board
also wants to include Highland
View in the sewer service
plans, but no definite agree-
ment has been reached in this
area as yet.
Both Gulf and Bay counties
have been notified by the
holder of the federal purse
strings that a system for just
one of the county beach areas
would not be funded. The
federal feel the entire area
can be serviced with one
facility at a lesser cost than
providing separate facilities
for the two county beach
communities.
Mexico Beach presented
plans to come up with their
system to the Gulf County
Commission meeting Tues-
*. day, showing they plan to go
ahead with the project. This
was what Gulf was waiting on
,' before they committed them-
selves to the project.
Mexico Beach is making
plans to expand the present
water system in that com-
munity to service the entire
beaches area. Gulf County
wants the sewage collection
system from the entire area to
flow into Port St. Joe's Waste-
water Treatment plant for
treatment, rather than go to
the expense of building an-
other disposal plant in the
area.
Gates said he would prepare
the request for funds im-
mediately and have it submit-
ted.
Their other water and sewer
project, Oak Grove, is pre-
sently in the hands of the
federal financing people in
Atlanta, awaiting approval of
the paper work and the plans
to repay the loan portion of the
financing program, according
to attorney William J. Rish.
"It's all a matter of form
now", Rish said. "We just
Shave to play the waiting game
for awhile."
STATE EPISTLES
Two letters from state
agencies and personnel didn't
sit too well with the Commis-
sion Tuesday.
In one letter, the state made
the county a present of several
streets in the county which the
state has maintained in the
past. Now it is the county's
responsibility to keep them in
good shape.
Streets in the Port St. Joe
area given over to the county
were Balboa, Columbus, Cor-
onado, DeSoto and Magellan
streets in St. Joe beach.
Several roads in Wewahitch-
ka, including Mitchell Road
and Chipola Avenue were also
given to the county.
It has been the practice of
the state recently to turn a
street back to the county
which they have just re-
surfaced or paved.
By way of the state Sanitary
Engineer who operates in this
county, N. C. Schweikert, the
state wishes for the county to
_4 refuse to issue building per-
- mits for dwelling houses un-
S ess the applicant has a state
A-perimitto build a septic tank in
the area.
In the past the county has
issued building permits to
those making application and
letting them worry about
complying with state septic
tank laws.
Since the county took no
steps to do otherwise, it is pre-


sumed they will ignore the
state request for the time
being, at least.
RECEIVE FUNDS
Finance officer Jerry Gates
announced the county had
received $5,524.23 under the
Florida Boating Improvement
plan to improve the boat ramp
at the end of State Road 22 on


The Gulf County School
Board tentatively adopted a
budget of $3,539,083.08 at its
regular session Tuesday mor-
ning. The new budget reflects
a $340,000 increase over the
previous year, but also re-
quires $90,000 less in local
taxes to finance.
The Board will levy the
same millage as last year.in
their operating budget, eight
mills, but has reduced its levy
Sfor debt service by one-tenth
mill, making a total levy of 8.8
for the coming year as oppos-
ed to 8.9 for last year.
The increase in the budget
will be financed by more
state and federal funds re-
ceived for the new fiscal year.
Last year the County received
$2,172,865.19 from this source
of revenue. This year, they
anticipate receiving $2,369,-
907.
The Board is also starting
the new fiscal year with more
money in the bank than was
available last year. The new


the Apalachicola River.
At present there is a 20 foot
boat ramp at the site and the
new funds will enable the
county to increase the size of
the ramp to 44 feet wide and 60
feet long.
The county has been waiting
for the money for over a year,
(Continued on Page 8)


County Offices Say


Can't Cut Expenses

Ina recent memo from County Commission Chairman
Eldridge Money, all county offices in the Courthouse were
asked to look over their expenses, especially personnel, and
try to come up with a suggestion as to how they could trim
expenses or do their job with less personnel.
The answer came back Tuesday, with all offices
saying, in effect, they could not cut expenses in any way. All
said it was impossible to cut the number of employees under
their jurisdiction in any way. Most, particularly the Road
Department and Mosquito Control Departments, pointed out
they were already working short-handed if they were
expected to keep up with the chores the County Commission
charged them with doing.
Clerk of the Court George Y. Core pointed out in his
answer to Money's letter that his people were already
working overtime at no pay, especially on court days, County
Commission days and other periods of heavy work load.
Judge David Taunton pointed out to Money his office had its
expenses paid largely by the state and a reduction there
wouldn't help the county. County Agent Cubie Laird pointed
out he had only one employee and couldn't cut back.
All officers stressed that they watched costs at all
times and were aware of the need to prevent waste.'


truck, owned by Scrunch's Seafood of Mobile, Alabama, was loaded with
seafood.
F ish T ruc B u rn s The tractor, valued at $30,000 was a complete loss in the fire which was
said to have started from a fuel leak set off by an electrical spark. In the photo
Port St. Joe's Volunteer Fire Department was called out first thing, above, firemen Joe Badger and Skip Turner put water on the fire. Traffic was
Friday morning to put out a blaze in this big trailer-truck rig near Odena.The stopped on the highway by the blaze for about 30 minutes. -Star photo


School Board Tentatively Adopts



Budget of $3,539,083.08 for '77


until all bids can be studied
thoroughly by the architect to
see that they comply with the
School Board's requirements.


The new construction will Space now occupied by
house the building trades and these two classes in the main
auto mechanics portion of the school building will be utilized
vocational department. for junior high classes.


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Mrs. Avaryee Martin was recognized by the Gulf County School Board at their regular
meeting Tuesday of this week upon the completion of 37 years of teaching in the Port St. Joe
schools. Mrs. Martin retired at the end of the last school year. She was presented a plaque of
appreciation for her services by Superintendent of Schools, David Bidwell, who made the
presentation. When Mrs. Martin started teaching here in Port St. Joe, she was Miss Avaryee
Collier. She has since acquired a husband, Andrew P. Martin and two daughters, Andrea and
Barbara, both now married. Mrs. Martin says she is enjoying her retirement but it still feels funny
not having to face a classroom of energetic elementary age children each morning. -Star photo


Board Replies to Title IX Edict


Superintendent of Schools,
J. David Bidwell, announced
today that on September 14 the
Board adopted the following
statement of compliance with
Title IX of the Education
Amendments of 1972:
-The School Board of Gulf
County adheres to the Title IX
regulations prohibiting sex
discrimination in admissions,
employment, and treatment of
students as established by the
U. S. Department of Health,


Education and Welfare, Office
of Civil Rights.-
Specifically, Title IX states:
"No person in the United
States shall, on the basis of
sex, be excluded from employ-
ment or participation in, be
denied the benefits of, or be
subjected to discrimination
under any education program
or activity receiving Federal
financial assistance."
Any violation of the provi-
sion of Title IX should be


reported to: Charles T. Wat-
son, Title IX Coordinator, Gulf
County School Board, P. O.
Box 969, Port St. Joe, 32456 or
phone 229-6124 or 227-8211.
The School Board has adopt-
ed a grievance procedure to
resolve complaints of sex dis-
crimination. A copy of this
procedure is available in each
school office, and in the office
of the Superintendent of
Schools which is located in the
Gulf County Courthouse.


Official Count


of Votes Alters


Final Outcome


Last Thursday's paper car-
ried the election returns from
Tuesday's election, but they
didn't include the count from
the absentee ballots. In addi-
tion, Mrs. Dessie Lee Parker,
Supervisor of Elections, said
several errors in addition and
transferring vote counts were
found when the ballots were
canvassed Wednesday and
Thursday which changed the
totals in several instances.
One change brought about
by the addition of absentees
and errors corrected put in-
cumbent County Commission
Silas Player out of the run-
ning. The original count, re-
ported in last week's paper,
had Player in a'run-off with W.
R. "Billy" Branch for the
post. After the official count
was over, Branch had won the
election in the first primary by
11 votes.
The official count, for local
candidates, is as follows:
STATE SENATOR
Dempsey J. Barron, 1,899
Travis P. Marchant, 1,359
Sam Mitchell, 762
SHERIFF
Raymond Lawrence, 1,701
K. E. "Ken" Murphy, 2,140
Jimmy Williams, 680
SUPERVISOR OF
ELECTIONS
Dessie Lee Parker, 2,854
Cora Sue Robinson, 1,172
SUPERINTENDENT OF
SCHOOLS
David Bidwell, 939
Ronald W. Childers, 1,452
Walter Wilder, 1,969
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1
Ray Dickens, 444
Jimmy Gortman, 1,603
Rudy Pippin, 1,662
A. J. Strickland, 918
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 3
William R. Branch, 2,054
S. C. Player, 1,559
Edward Smith, 484
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 5
Charles H. Davis, 1,225
Leo Kennedy, 1,473


Eldridge Money, 1,495
SCHOOL BOARD
District 3
Wallace Guillot, 1,075
James Hanlon, 1,156
Paul Sewell, 1,682
SCHOOL BOARD
District 4
Herman Ard, 1,022
Waylon Graham, 1,919
Canty Jones, 627
Nathan Peters, Jr., 691

Paper Mill

Going Up
St. Joe Paper.Company
will resume operations
Monday, September 20 af-
ter a four-week shut down
of operations due to lack of
orders.
Tom S. Coldewey, vice
president in charge of op-
erations, said the mill
would resume operations
with its 7:00 a.m. shift
Monday.

Mediator

Assigned
Jack George, a Commis-
sioner with the Federal Medi-
ation and Conciliation Service
has been assigned to assist the
GCCTA bargaining team and
the Gulf County School Board
in reaching a teachers' con-
tract settlement. A meeting
has been scheduled for Mon-
day, September 27, at 4:00
p.m. EDT at a site to be an-
nounced. On September 2, an
impasse was reached between
the Gulf County Classroom
Teachers Association bargain-
ing team and the School Board
team because of a stalemate
in negotiations.
On September 9, the School
Board team requested a meet-
ing with the teachers' team,
and bargaining is scheduled to
be reopened on Friday, Sept.
17, at 4:00 EDT at the Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School.


budget shows a cash balance
of $97,310.31 and last year had
only $51,104 carried over from
the year before.
Expenditures show sizeable
increases this year in instruc-
tional and food service cate-
gories. Instructional services
are up by $130,000 and food
services by an additional $65,-
000. A total break-down of the
budget may be seen in a legal
advertisement on page seven
of this issue.
BIDS RECEIVED
The Board received bids
Tuesday on construction of an
addition to the vocational
educational buildings at the
school, with the apparent low
bidder being Jinks Construc-
tion Company of Panama
City. Jinks base bid. was
$242,000 but alternates can
lower the price to a low of
$215,000 or increase it to as
much as $295,000. The highest
base bid received was $269,-
975.
The bids will not be awarded


Clara Comforter


Taken by Death


Mrs. Clara W. Comforter,
age 83, passed away at 3:30
a.m. Thursday, September 2
in Tampa.
Mrs. Comforter was a na-
tive of Pensacola and a resi-
dent of Port St. Joe since 1912.
She moved here from Carra-
belle. Mrs. Comforter was an
active member of St. James
Episcopal Church of Port st.
Joe.
Survivors include three nie-
ces: Misses Idelle and Mer-
cedes Murphy of Tallahassee
and Mrs. Dave Johnson of
Pensacola; two nephews,


Percey Clements of Tampa
and W.P. "Pete" Comforter of
Port St. Joe.
Funeral services were held
at 2:00 p.m. Sept. 6 at the St.
James Episcopal Church of
Port St. Joe with the Rev.
Sidney Ellis officiating. Inter-
ment followed in the family
plot of Holly Hill Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Robert
Nedley, Roy Gibson, Jr., Cha-
rles Weber, Bob Fox, Jeff
Plair, Tom Coldewey and Tom
Owens.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fune-
ral Home.


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.,,AGE TWO- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1976


-THE STAR-
Publilhed Every Thursday at 3D Wllliaths Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publlihing Company
-., Second-Clas Postage Pltat Port St. Joe, Florida 3246
.. Wlesy R. Ramsy ........................................ Editor and Publisher
S William H. Ramsy ......... ........................ Production Supt.
Frenchie L. Ramsey ................................................. Office Manager
Shirley K. Ramsey....................................... Typesetter, Subscriptions
POSTOFFICE BOX 308 PHONE 227-3161
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456

SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in adve
for damage further then amount received for such adver

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asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoke




EDITORIALS:


rtisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable
tisement.

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en word is lost; the printed word remains.
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Fans Like

the Band's

Big Beat

When the crowds would nor-
mally be leaving the stadium
after the football game last
Friday night, many stayed in
front of the band stand to
listen to a short concert per-
formed by the band while the
people were filing out.
The photo above shows a
small portion of the crowd of
people who took a few extra
minutes to enjoy the music,
then they left the stadium in
comparative ease without-
fighting the crowd of people
who think they have to get out
of the stadium immediately
after the final whistle blows.
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Reagan Posed Some


Food for Thought

the recent party primaries, that for our nation to continue as the
ate Ronald Reagan made a protectorate of the free and-the giver
,ent which should be remem- of the good life, we must control
and used as a yardstick in inflation, deal effectively and sen-
g our choice between the sibly with unemployment, hold in-
lican and Democratic candid- terest rates to a reasonable rate and
.n November. keep our nation strong against our
enemies.
again said, "In just a few As we say, these!are basics to
three vital measures of survival and may well be as
nic decay inflation, unem- necessary to our nation as a theme
nt, and interest rates have as were President Franklin Roose-
han doubled, at times reach- velt's "Four Freedoms" back
iper cent. or more. Govern- during World War II.
t all levels now absorbs more For this reason we think every
4 per cent of our personal American should make a point of
-. It has become more intru- listening to the promised debates
lore coercive, more meddle- between Carter and Ford between
and less effective. Our access now and November and make our
ip and abundant energy has selection based on how these men
interrupted, and our depend- answer the problems of these sev-
n foreign sources is growing. eral themes.
ade-ago wepjiad,; : .it~.y -, Then it is our duty to cast our
rity. Today we are in danger vote for the man who convinces us
g surpassed by a nation that he has the best answers to the
rer made any effort to hide its questions. We may find ourselves
y to everything we stand voting for the candidate we do not
wish to. It is important that we
agan is no longer in the protect our nation in these areas and
g, but we believe that what he support the man who offers the plan
the basics for survival by our and backs up his plan with basic
in the manner we have actions he deems necessary. Gen-
Saccustomed to. We think eralities won't do.


Asked to Save

Cereal Box Tops
Mrsc Barbara Shirley, as-
sistant principal at Port St.
Joe Elementary School has
asked citizens in the area to
save Post cereal box tops for
the school. The Post company
has a program of giving free
playground equipment to
schools for box tops and the
local school hopes to get
several pieces of the equip-
ment through the efforts of
people of the community.
Mrs. Shirley asked the box
tops be turned in to either
coach Floore or coach Taun-
ton at the Elementary School.
The program lasts through
March 31, 1977.

Joy Explosion

Friday Night
Friday night, after the foot-
ball game between St. Joe and
Florida High, the "Joy Explo-
sion" of Long Avenue Baptist
Church will present the award
winning gospel film, "Thief in
the Night."
A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to everyone to view
this outstanding presentation.
The movie will begin at 11:00
p.m.


LETTERS...

to the Editor


Dear Mr. Ramsey:
Thanks to the generosity of
the people in our community,
the Ambulance Squad's Gar-
age Sale was a great success!
There were very few idle min-
utes as the doors of the ambu-
lance building were open to
the public on Friday and Sat-
urday last week. It was a good
opportunity for the Squad and
the people whom we serve to
become better acquainted.
The proceeds from the sale
were much greater than we
had expected, and we are
very grateful to the indivi-
duals, groups and merchants
who took part in it. Most of the
merchants who contributed


were listed in last week's
paper, but in addition to them
we want to thank WJOE
Radio, Boddye's Standard
Service, Beach Lumber Co.,
Cathey's Hardware, Mexico
Beach Shop, Wayside Shop,
Mexico Beach Service Center
and Pauline's Restaurant
along with the Port St. Joe
Lion's Club for their dona-
tions. Several individuals
gave monetary contributions,
and these are also greatly ap-
preciated.
Last, but certainly not least,
we want to thank you, Mr.
Ramsey, and The Star for
helping us to advertise our
sale. We know that much of


our success was
help in informing
We are very pri
the Port St. Joe ar
greatest concern i
most efficient ser
to its people. Tha
interest and coop
know this can coi
possible.
With our thanks,
The Gulf Co. Volur
lance Squad, Port

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located at Over
Saturday morning
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Say You
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ETAOIN SHRDLU

By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


Even veteran election watchers were sur-
prised by the outcome of last Tuesday's vote
here in Gulf County. There were people beaten
who should at least have made it to the second
primary election and several who made it, who
would not have had a chance in most election
years.
The situation wasn't unique in Gulf County. I
get several area newspapers each week here at
The Star office, and in most every instance, the
incumbent was either out or in serious trouble.
This definitely wasn't the year for the
incumbent.
Here in Gulf County, only one incubment
won re-election and in only three instances did
the incumbent make it to the second primaries.
In each case, the incumbent is the underdog.
I was surprised to see Silas Player defeated
in the first primary. He has been one of our
better County Commissioners over the past few
years, and I felt he would be re-elected, even
though he had some good men running against
him.
I guess, if you analyze the trend this year,


Time To Shift Heat


SThe Presidential sweekstakes is
underway. It'll generate a lot of
interest. It's good that the men vying
to head the Administrative branch of
government capture so much atten-
tion.
:. It's unfortunate we don't simi-
larly scrutinize the positions and
character of the 435 representatives
:nd 33 senators running for Con-
iress. After all, the legislative
branch is where the laws of the land
are enacted. In a word, that's
where the trouble starts; and that's
-where the solutions must come
from.
::We've reviewed the list of
-haracters playing on the "Congres-
Sional stage". It gives insight into
why the Senate has become the most
exclusive club in the world; why the
Iouse is sometimes dubbed the
home of "misrepresentatives".
:We get the impression that they,
collectively, have been playing the
role too long.
SFor instance, the average ten-
Ure in the Senate is 12.3 years, and 38
fet'cent have held the position for 15
years or more. About one-third of
:iur senators served as representa-
fives before graduating to the upper
house. Taking that time into ac-
.eount, the average tenure of a
senator serving in Congress is 14.7
years, and 44 percent have served


for 15 or more years.
In the House, more than a third
of our representatives have held
office for ten to 19 years; 14 percent
have been around for 20 or more
years. The average tenure is 10.6
years.
Reviewing the biographies of
our legislators, we were impressed
- perhaps, unimpressed is a better
word by their occupational and
educational backgrounds. More than
half of our representatives and
two-thirds of our senators are law-
yers. Only 140 representatives and
22 senators list business or banking
as their previous occupation. Most
spent many years in state and local
politics before moving on to the
federal level.
Too many of them have been
serving the public so long and feel so
expert at it that they no longer
appreciate the need to seek out what
the public interest is. They just
dictate it.
By November the positions of
the Presidential candidates will be
cussed, discussed, and analyzed.
Their character and background
will be bisected, dissected, and
scrutinized.
Isn't it time to turn some of that
same heat on the House and Senate
candidates?
-Stanley J. Modic, Editor
Industry Week magazine


Ministerial Association Officers Named

:A new slate of officers was New officers are: President, Long Avenue Baptist Church
recently elected by the Port Rev. David Fernandez, pastor and Secretary Treasurer
St. Joe Ministerial Association of the Oak Grove Assembly of
66 serve for the upcoming God Church; Vice President, Rev. Hugh Daniels, pastor of
1t6-77 year. Rev. J. C. Odum, pastor of the the Faith Bible Church.


Player was lucky to have lost by only 11 votes.
The period of time between now and the
second primary should prove to be even more
interesting than the campaign period prior to the
first primary.

I went to the football game Friday night and
I have to say it I don't like the new rules of the
game. In the past, the referees just tossed the
flag at a mis-cue and the play went on. After the
play, the offended side had the option of taking
the penalty or the play and this made the game
exciting. Now, if a player lines up off-side, a.
whistle blows stopping the play and the referee
moves the ball against the offending team. There
is no choice in the matter.
I think the new rules regarding penalties are
taking a lot of the excitement out of the game.
Even though the game gets dull, our band
will liven things up. They were great again
Friday night. One of the things which I noticed
was the crowd of people standing around in front
of the' bandstand after the game was over,
listening to the impromptu concert, rather than
fighting to be the first ones out of the stadium.


The Big Red is dead. Chairman Mao couldn't
will himself to live forever, as many of his
followers thought he could, and now he is dead,
like other mortals.
What will happen to the so-called "friend-
ship" which was blooming between our nation
and theirs? What will happen to our attitude
toward Taiwan, now that Mao is gone? Will
China continue to be courted by the Third World
for support and leadership?
An article came across my desk from some
group in Washington, DC recently telling of the
internal problems China will probably face upon
the death of Mao. Now we'll see if the predictions
A come true. They weren't pretty.
Chairman Mao must have been a forceful
man. He was the first man in history to weld the
great expanse of China under one governing
body. That was an accomplishment in itself. To
force a government upon an entire people which
l is abhorrent to the individual rights of all men
was another accomplishment of no small nature.
Now that Mao is dead, I hope the world
doesn't end up missing him.

It's time for the new season of TV programs
to hit the airways the end of this week. The TV
hitchka with networks always give us fair warning (beginning
services in about July) of the new programs they are getting
-Star photo ready which will hold our rapt attention until
they have run their course. They say this every
year, then proceed to come up with more of the
due to your same old pap. If the previews are any true
the public, indication of what the fall season holds, it will be
rea, ando the best thing yet which has come along to
s to be of the encourage reading.
vice possible For that reason, I am breathlessly awaiting
nks to their the new fall programming.
operation, we I don't know who the TV people call to get
ntinue to be reactions to their programs, but from the trend
of the program themes, I can only say they have
nteer Ambu- a warped taste-for entertainment.
St. Joe Unit
Stephen, our grandson number two, came to
LEANING spend the night with us last Friday night. He
work day for walked in the door carrying a suitcase, just to
sons at the spend the night. I asked him if he was just'
Cemetery, coming for the night or moving in for good.
street, this As it wound up, he had a change of
September underwear, his pajamas and a clean shirt for the
football game in the bag. He must be growing up,
however, since every time in the past he has
Saw It spent the night, he has brought his clean clothes
Star in a paper bag. At age seven, he's getting
sensitive about those things.


Superintendent of Schools David Bidwell presented Mrs. Edna Alford of Wewa
a certificate of appreciation from the School Board Tuesday morning in recognition of
of service with the school lunch program. Mrs. Alford is an employee of the lunch roor
Wewahitchka, where she has worked for the past 30 years.









DA Sponsors Constitution W eek THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1976 PAGE THREE


The St. Barnes Speaks to Rotary
The St. Joseph Bay Chapter United States in our lives, weeks. The committees and Friday afternoon in a special trude Carraway, then -Presi-


of the Daughters of the Amer-
ican Revolution is sponsoring
Constittition Week here in Port
Sf. Joe this week and call on
all citizens to have a new
awareness of the importance
of the Constitution of the


Mrs. M. P. Tomlinson Con-
stitution Week chairman and
Mrs. Nobie Stone, National
Defense chairman for the
local DAR chapter, have been
sugily preparing for the ob-
servance during the past few


Mrs. Mark Tomlinson, left, and Mrs. Nobie
Stone look on as Mayor Frank Pate signs into
effect a proclamation naming September 17-23
as Constitution Week in Port St. Joe in

Vote For

Jimmy 0.
GORTMAN

County Commissioner
District 1
A man with truth behind his word

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FIRSTBAPTI'I

CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
Rev. Bill Heaton, Pastor


Sunday School ..................... 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship Seruice .............. 11:00 A.M.
Church Training .................... 6:30 P.M.
Evening Worship Service ............ 7:30 P.M.
Prayer Meeting (Wed.) ............... 7:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God with Us"


organization are putting an
added emphasis on the obser-
vance during this Bicentennial
year.
One of their activities was to
have Mayor Frank Pate pro-
claim Constitution Week last


ceremony. Mayor Pate signed
the proclamation on this page,
which calls on the people of
Port St. Joe to be aware of the
observance.
Constitution Week was first
observed in 1955. Miss Ger-


observance of the 189th birthday of the U. S.
Constitution. Star Photo


PROCLAMATION- CONSTITUTION WEEK
SEPTEMBER 17-23,1976
WHEREAS, September 17, 1976, marks the one
hundred eight-ninth anniversary of the adoption of the
Constitution of the United States of America by the
Constitutional Convention; and
WHEREAS, To accord official recognition to this
memorable anniversary, and to the patriotic exercise
that will form a noteworthy feature of the occasion,
seems fitting and proper; and
WHEREAS, Public Law No. 915 guarantees the
issuing of a proclamation each year by the President of
the United States of America designating September 17
through 23 as Constitution week,
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Frank Pate, Jr., by virtue
of the authority vested in me as Mayor of the City of
.Port St. Joe, Florida, in the State of Florida, do hereby
;,proclaim the week of September 17 through 23, 1976, as
CONSTITUTION WEEK
in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, and urge all our
citizens to pay special attention during that week to our
Federal Constitution and the advantages of American
Citizenship.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand
and caused the Seal of the City to be affixed at Port St.
Joe, Florida, this 253rd day in the year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and seventy six and the
independence of the United States of America, the two
hundredth.
Signed,
FRANK PATE, JR.


Your Support Will Maintain

Honest, Efficient, Law Enforcement

I wish to express my gratitude to the many I appreciate the offered support of former
people of Gulf County who voted for me in the candidate Jimmy Williams who has expressed
first primary. election. I need your continued himself in behalf of my candidacy. This offer
support in the second primary to continue came from Mr. Williams unsolicited and even
serving Gulf County with honest, efficient and in view of the fact that he has no connections
trained law enforcement. I think my record of whatsoever with the Gulf County Sheriff's
the past shows that I have given this service to Department. I appreciate his support and I will
Gulf County on a fair and unbiased basis. If I am appreciate yours in the second primary election
elected I will continue to do so. September 28.



Let's keep a Progressive Man with the Vision to see Tomorrow's Law
Enforcement Needs as Our Sheriff.

Vote to Re-Elect


Raymond Lawrence, Sheriff

September 28, 1976


dent General of the Daughters
of the American Revolution
conceived the idea during a
trip out West. Members. of
Congress received copies of
the DAR Resolution designat-
ing September 17-23 as Consti-
tution Week. On June 14 of that
year, Senator William F.
Knowland of California intro-
duced a resolution authorizing
and requesting President Ei-
senhower to proclaim Sep-
tember 17-23 as Constitution
Week. Following passage of
the resolution by both houses
of Congress, President Eisen-
hower issued his proclamation
on August 19, 1955.
The first annual observance
of Constitution Week was so
successful that on July 23,
Senator Knowland was instru-
mental in having a resolution
passed designating September
17-23 every year as Constitu-
tion Week. This was signed
into law August 2, 1956.
The Constitution of the Unit-
ed States of America is the
safeguard of all our liberties,
champion of our freedoms.
The purposes of the observ-
ance of Constitution Week are
to recall "to the American
people the true significance of


Frank Barnes, director of
Career Education in the Port
County school system, told the
Rotary Club last Thursday
that a supporter of the concept
of education had said,
"America should bury educa-
tion curriculum and replace it
with career education".
Barnes told the club career
education uses as its goal,
making students aware of the
world of work and of their
needs to compete in this
world. Barnes said it was just
as important to prepare a
student to hold down a job as it
was to teach him reading,
writing and arithmetic. He
said there are now over 40,000
different job skills available
in the United States. and this
list is growing by 10,000 new
opportunities each year.
"We're trying to.strengthen,
not change the present sys-

the events which occurred
during September, 1787, and to
emphasize the responsibility
of good citizenship ip protect-
ing the Constitution in the
present and preserving it for
posterity.


Pauline
Invites Everybody
to her annual big

BIRTHDAY

CELEBRATION
for

Chief Buck Griffin
and

Rev. Johnie McCurdy

Everybody is invited to drop in
TUESDAY, SEPT 21
Between 3:30 and 5:30
for Free Cake and Coffee

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412 Reid Avenue
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tem'r, the speaker said. "Our
kids are getting the basic
skills in school, but they are
not using them at home or
anywhere else outside of
school. Consequently, they
don't do very well in basics
because they never practice
them. We feel so many grad-
uates don't do very well on
their first jobs because they
have no idea of what is
expected of them. They have
not practiced the skills requir-
ed," he said. "Career educa-


tion is designed to correct this
need."
Barnes said the biggest
social problem in the nation is
not high school drop-quts,
"It's college drop-outs who
quit school with no idea of-
what they are going to do".

NOTE OF APPRECIATION
My thanks to the CBer's for
the help you gave me Satur-
day and Sunday.
Jerry Clift


Elect


A Man of Action!


PROVEN LEADERSHIP...
Under the direction of Walter Wilder as
Director of the Gulf County Recreation De-
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Port St. Joe, Highland View and a new pro-
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ball; Adult flag football; Tennis instructions;
Gun safety program; Symnastics; Ladies'-
exercise classes; Karate classes; Volleyball
for adults; Summer educational trips; Winter:
Stac House program; Basketball programs:
for 4th 8th grades; Cheerleader clinics; Adult
basketball leagues; Expanded summer play
programs; Guitar lessons.

EXPERIENCED .
Walter Wilder has taught at all levels in public
schools. He knows young people.
Walter Wilder has been an administrator in
public and private schools.
For over 15 years his work experience has in-
volved direct contact with students and teach-
ers. '

QUALIFIED...
Walter Wilder is qualified to meet Florida
State Department of Education and Southern :
Association of Colleges and Schools require-
ments. If he is elected our schools will remain
accredited. :

INVOLVED. .
Walter Wilder has three children enrolled in.
Gulf County Schools. He has a vested interest '
in our school system and in seeing it improveI
to better meet the needs of our children.





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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1976


Victoria


In Marri

Victoria Bass and John
Carlton Scott were united in
rIarriage in the Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church of
Port St. Joe, August 21, at
seven p.m. The Rev. David
Fernandez officiated at the
candlelight double ring cere-
mony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. A.C. Stephens of Port St.
Joe. The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Farrel
Scott of Marianna and the
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ivey
Daniels and the late Mr. and
Mrs. W.L. Scott of Alford.
The organist, Billy Rich of
Port St. Joe, sang "We've
Only Just Begun" and Mrs.
David Fernandez sang "The
Twelveth of Never" and "The
Wedding Prayer".
The bride was escorted to
the altar by her stepfather and
given in marriage by her
stepfather and mother. The
bride wore a formal gown of
antique satin covered with
chantilly lace. The bodice,
decorated with small sequins
apd'pearls, featured a boatline
neck trimmed in pearls. The
fitted sleeves of chantilly lace
tapered to a point and fasten-
ed-with antique satin buttons.
A' iong line of antique satin
butpons fastened the back to a
long waistline and the full
sii~t flowed into a chapel
length train. Her elbow length
v~i was attached to a head-
pece covered in satin and
cftatilly lace. The bride:car-
ri. a cascade of carnations
afid a yellow centered orchid
wUith flowing greenery and
white satin streamers tied in
love knots over a white satin
bible.
The church was decorated
in~the brides chosen colors of
green and yellow. At the
beginning of the ceremony
Miss Christa Pate of Fernan-
dina Beach, niece of the bride,
anid Miss Katrina Daniels of
Port St. Joe, cousin of the
bridegroom, lighted the can-
delabras. They wore identical
beige floor length dresses of
crinkled cotton trinmed in
lace. :;" .1 n-
iMrs. Wesley A g" PMt W -"
Fernandina Bch., sister of the
bride, served as matron of
honor. She word a mint green
floor length gown of polyester
accompanied by a mint green
clbiffon jacket covered with
raised white daisies which tied
at the empire waistline. She
carried a bouquet of white
daisies and yellow roses with
yellow satin streamers.
.The bridesmaids were Mrs.
Wyvonne Hattaway of Port St.
Joe and Miss Sandra Scott of
-Marianna, sister of the bride-
gioom. They wore gowns
made identical to the matron
of honor except their dresses
were yellow. They carried two
yellow rosebuds with yellow
satin streamers. All attend-
ants wore a yellow rosebud in
their hair.
The flower girl and ring
bearer were Wendy and Scott
Williams of Cottondale, cou-
sins of the bridegroom. She
wore a floor length white dress
trimmed in yellow satin and
carried a white lace basked of
daisy petals. He wore a yellow
arin green plaid suit and
cafiled the rings on a white
satin pillow.
Farrel Skipper of Alford
served as best man. Ushers
were Joe Mac Land and
William Scott, brother of the
bridegroom, both of Marian-
na.
The bride's mother wore a
julep green floor length gown
featuring an empire waistline
accompanied by a long slee-


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age In Oak Grove Assembly Church


ved jacket of soft knit. The
groom's mother wore a beige
long sleeved floor length dress
of polyester featuring an em-
pire waistline. Their corsages
were yellow rosebuds.
A reception following the
ceremony was held in the
social hall of the church.
hosted by the brides parents.
Miss Donna Prescott of Pa-
nama City greeted the guests
as they signed the brides book.
Rice bags of yellow and mint
green net tied with ribbons of
mint green and yellow and
thank you scrolls were pre-
sented to the guests. The
reception was decorated with
yellow and green flowers. The
tables were overlaid with floor
length linen tablecloths. The
bridal table held a three tiered
wedding cake decorated with
yellow roses and mint green
leaves with a miniature bride
and groom on top. Serving the
cake were Mrs. Anita Ward
and Mrs. Desda Fields both of
Port St. Joe. The bride-
groom's table held a chocolate
cake trimmed in yellow. Tall
white candles in brass holders
stood on either side of the
table. Mrs. Linda Griffin of
Port St. Joe served the
groom's cake.
Miss Linda Lewis and Mrs.
Benna Player both of Port St.
Joe presided at the punch
table.
Floor hostesses were Mrs.
Shirley Daniels and Mrs. Vel-
ma Pippin, of Port St. Joe and
Mrs. Wandis Daniels of Mari-
anna.
For the wedding trip to the
Smokey Mountains, the bride
wore a light green pantsuit.
Her corsage was a yellow
throated orchid taken from
her cascade. The couple will
reside in Marianna.
REHEARSAL DINNER
On the eve of the wedding,
Mr. and Mrs. John Farrel
Scott, parents of the bride-
groom hosted a rehearsal
dinner at Jake's Restaurant in
Port 'St. Joe. The restaurant.
was beautifully decorated in
the bride's chosen colors.
Members of the wedding par-
ty, family, and friends attend-
ed.
MISS VICKI BASS
PRE-NUPTIAL HONOREE
The social hall of the Oak
Grove Assembly of God
Church was the setting for a
calling shower on August 16
from seven to nine p.m. in
honor of Miss Vicki Bass and
John Scott. Hostesses for the
occasion were Desda Fields,
Margaret Harper, Wyvonne
Hattaway, Allene Haddock
and Jacque Yeager.
The party room was decor-
ated in the bride's chosen
colors. The honoree received
many beautiful and useful
gifts.


Rev. Goins

Going
Rev. Howard Goins, pastor
of the Highland View Church
of God, has been called to a
new pastorate in North Caro-
lina. He extended his grati-
tude for all the courtesies and
the kindness of the ministers
and people of the area during
his pastorate here in Port St.
Joe.
Rev. Baliese, formerly of
North Carolina, will be assum-
ing the duties of pastor of the
local church.


Local Society Endorses


"Save the Dome" Move


Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr. pres-
ident of the St. Joseph Histori.
cal Society presided during
the Society's regular meeting
held the first Saturday in
September.
Interesting communications
were received from the Pace
Library of Florida History,
University of West Florida
and the Tampa Historical
Society. The local historical
society endorsed the move to
"Save the Dome" of Florida's
present capitol building.


Old-time

Religious

Program
The women of Phildelphia
Primitive Baptist Church will
sponsor a Old-time Religious
Program Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m.
For the morning service,
Mrs. Evelyn Williams of Apa-
lachicola will be the guest
speaker on the subject "Re-
viving Women in the Christian
Way"; and the evening pro-
gram will be a dedication of
the Bicentennial year.
Dinner will be served after
the service and everyone is
invited to come out and parti-
cipate.


Mrs. John Carlton Scott



Lynda Gregg NamedDrive


Lynda R. Gregg has been
appointed Port St. Joe Chair-
man of the Breath of Life
Campaign to fight children
lung-damnaging diseases, ac-
cording to James D. Carter of
Jacksonville, Board Member
of the Cystic Fibrosjs Founda-
tion in Florida.
Lynda will lead local volun-
teers in raising funds to
.support research and care
programs for children affect-
ed by lung-damaging diseases
like cystic fibrosis, severe
asthma, chronic bronchitis
and bronchiectasis.
The Breath of Life Cam-
paign will be in October with a
door-to-door drive scheduled
during October 15-24.


Approximately one in every
1,500 babies is born with cystic
fibrosis, which is still incur-
able. CF is inherited when
both parents carry the reces-
sive gene for CF. It is believed
that one in twenty persons, or
a total of ten million. 'Ameri,
cans, is a symptomless car-
rier of this. gene. Current
research funded by the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation is seek-
ing a practical test to identify
these carriers, as well as a
cure for CF and better meth-
ods of treatment for all lung-
damaging diseases.
Because of improved treat-
ment developed through re-
search, many CF patients are
now living into their teens and


young adulthood. This same
treatment is also benefiting
and often curing children suf-
fering from other lung-damag-
ing diseases.
"Most people do not realize
. that there. are millionss of
Children in the U.S. affected
by lung-damaging disease,"
said Lynda.
"For some of these children
breathing is a struggle, rather
than the natural function we,
who are lucky, take for grant-
ed."
The Breath of Life Cam-
paign supports not only re-
search, but diagnosis and
treatment of children with
lung-damaging diseases in 110
CF centers across the country.


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Sgt. and Mrs. James A.
Lemieux of Heidleburg, Ger-
many, announce the birth of
their son, James Bradford, on
August 28.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Lemieux and Mr.
and Mrs. John S. Kramer, all
of Port St. Joe.



Chmn.

There are nine of these cen-
ters in Florida, which also
provide for education pro-
grams and research.


W.B. Dykes

Observes

Birthday
W. B. Dykes of 204 Duval St.,
Oak Grove, celebrated his 86th
birthday, September 2.
The highlight of this occa-
sion was the receiving of a
birthday card from President
and Mrs. Gerald Ford.
Mr. Dykes is retired from
the City.


Jesse V. Stone, project
chairman, read a final draft of
a resolution seekingian addi-
tional room to the local mu-
seum. This proposed addition
would relate the story of the
drafting and signing of Flor-
ida's First Constitution, De-
cember 1838, January 1839.
Mrs. R.H. Brinson and Ronald
Wayne Childers were appoint-
ed to assist the project chair-
man in this endeavor. Rep.
William J. Rish has agreed to
seek support for the project in
Tallahassee.
Reports were given on the


Kiki Marks

First With

A Party
Kimberly Kay Fields,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Fields celebrated her
first birthday September 5
with a Winnie the Pooh party
at her home.
Those who helped to make
the occasion a happy one were
her maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Harper,
other relatives and friends.


Society's attempt to procure a
permanent meeting place in
the new library facility. Re-
ports were also given on
obtaining some of the old
courthouse furniture for use in
the library.
Mrs. R.H. Brinson reported
on the progress of the beauti-
fication of St. Joseph Cemete-
ry. She recognized City Com-
missioner, J.B. Roberts for his
untiring efforts on this impor-
tant project.


Kiki Fields

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1976 PAGE FIVE
I; L I


With A Humble Heart
I would like to thank everyone who voted for me
September 7. Also a special thanks to my two
opponents for the clean campaign they conducted. If
you voted for Mr. Guillot in the first primary, I
earnestly solicit your vote this second time around. To
get something accomplished we have to unite and work
together. So, I urge each one of you to go out and vote
for Paul "Sousehead" Sewell on September 28.

Paul Sewell
2tp 9-16


My Sincere Thanks
"1 would like to express my sincere thanks and
appreciation to the citizens of Gulf County for the vote
received in the September 7 primary.
To those whose candidate was eliminated in the
first primary, I am still very sincere in my'effort to
serve all the people of Gulf County. I solicit your
continued support and vote of confidence on September
28th."
Thank You

F. R. (Rudy) Pippin, Jr.


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Thanks You


To all the people of Gulf County: I want to thank.
each of you for your vote and support, which you
honored me with in the first primary. I also want to
take this opportunity to ask you for your continued vote
and support in the second primary.
I also would like to ask Mr. Charlie Davis'
supporters to help me in the second primary, and it will
be greatly appreciated. If I'm elected, I will continue to
give the people in Gulf County fair and. impartial
service with integrity, the Lord being my helper.
THANK YOU


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gardens. The use of a mulch
around plants can greatly re-
duce the time spent mowing
and weeding.
A mulch consists of any kind
of material applied to the soil
surface around plants to con-
trol weeds, conserve mois-
ture, and moderate soil tem-
perature. The mulch material
may be organic such as com-
post, bark, leaves, grass clip-
pings or similar material; or
inert such as gravel, pebbles
or polyethylene film. Mulches
suppress weeds when the
mulch material itself is weed-
free and is applied deeply
enough to prevent weed ger-
mination or smother existing
smaller weeds. An occasional
weed may poke through the
mulch, but it can be easily
pulled out.
Mulch materials have many
beneficial effects upon the soil
and plants. They prevent loss
of water from the soil by
evaporation. Moisture moves
by capillary action to the
surface and evaporates if not
covered by a mulch. Mulching
will prevent crusting of the
soil surface, thus improving
absorption and percolation of
water into the soil and at the
same time, eliminating ero-
sion.
Maintenance of a more uni-
form soil temperature can be
obtained by mulching. The
mulch acts as an insulator
that keeps the soil cool under
intense sunlight and warm
during cold spells.
Organic materials used as a
mulch can improve soil struc-
ture and tilth. As it decays the
material works down into the
topsoil. Decaying mulch also
adds nutrients to the soil.
Mulches also add to the
beauty of the landscape by
providing a cover of uniform
color and interesting texture
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newly set vegetables or orna-
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are put into place and tho-
roughly watered.
For best results, apply
mulch at least two to four
inches deep over the whole
area; but avoid covering the
crowns of low-growing orna-
mental plants. Keeping the
layer deep enough to do the
job is important, This means
that more mulching material
should be added to the older
layers to get the maximum
benefits of mulching.
Many organic materials,
such as straw, wood chips, and
sawdust are rich in carbohy-
drates and low in nitrogen.
Usually, you will find it bene-
ficial to add nitrogen ferti-
lizer to the material before
applying it as a mulch. One to
two cups of fertilizer high in
nitrogen (ammonium nitrate,
sodium nitrate or ammonium
sulfate) for each bushel of
organic material will supply
the needed nitrogen.
When plastic film or alum-
inum foil is used as a mulch, it
is essential that fertilizer be
applied before placing the
mulch material on the soil.
Broadcast and incorporate
into the top two to three inches
of soil a complete fertilizer at
the rate of two pounds per 100
square feet of garden area.
The mulch material reduces
the leaching of fertilizer from
the area where the roots will
develop, hence larger
amounts of fertilizer are not
required.
Mulching may be your most
valuable garden practice. A
good mulch will reduce the
amount of cultivating, weed-
ing and watering and increase
your chances of growing a
healthy and vigorous plant.

Work Class
Enlisting

Employers
The Work Experience class
at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School is now enlisting em-
ployers for its students.
The Work Experience Pro-
gram, in its fourth year at
P.S.J.H., is a workstudy pro-
gram for the 9th or 10th grade
student. The program is pre-
paratory for the student in
that it develops skills through
employer employee relation-
ships.
If you, as an employer,
would like to have more infor-
mation about how to be of help
to these boys and girls, call
William Smith at 227-4971.
The W.E.P. coordinator,
William Smith, and the stu-
dents are extremely grateful
for the jobs that have been
provided. The students have
worked very hard to prove
that they can do an outstand-
ing job.


This Is The Law




The 1975 Florida Statutes Say:


230.2405 Accreditation of school unaffected by educational qualifications of
superintendent.-
(1) No accreditation association shall use a standard which prescribes the
educational qualifications of an elective district superintendent of schools who
holds an earned bachelor's degree from an accredited institution of higher
learning and which denies to the schools of the district membership in or
accreditation by the association based solely on the lack of educational qualifi-
cations of the superintendent as prescribed by the association.
(2) The use of any standard by an accreditation association which denies
accreditation or membership to the schools of a district based solely on the lack
of educational qualifications, as prescribed by the association, of an elective
district superintendent of schools who holds an earned bachelor's degree from an
accredited institution of higher learning shall constitute a cause of action suffi-
cient to support a remedy of injunctive relief in the courts of this state upon
showing by the school board of the district that there exists no other grounds,
reasons, or standards upon which the schools should be denied accreditation or
membership in the association.


THIS MEANS that the only accreditation requirement
placed on a Superintendent is that he have a
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college
or university.


DON'T GET SIDETRACKED-The issue is our
children's education.


VOTE FOR A Qualified, Experienced and dedicated
educational administrator.


VOTE FOR THE MAN who has both the Training and
Experience to deal with our school problems.



Vote For



Ronald Wayne


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Kiwanis Plan Work Day, D


Tne rort St. Joe rlwanms
Club set up a work day
Tuesday at their regular
ieting,Tuesday at noon, to
Saint the picnic tables and
benches at the park behind
the Centennial Building.


instrumental in getting the
new tables and benches built
as well as overhauled the
picnic pavillion at the park.
The club also decided to
meet the change in trend of


Legal Advertising

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON
SCHOOL BUDGET
SUMMARY OF 1976-77 GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD BUDGET AND NOTICE
OF PUBLIC HEARING THEREON
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.081, Florida Statutes, the Gulf County
School Board, by action approved at its meeting on September 14, 1976, adopted a
tentative 1976-77 Gulf County School Board Budget, a summary of which budget is
hereinafter set forth. The proposed ad valorem tax millage levies are 8.00 for the
Operating Budget and .80 for Debt Service.
The Gulf County School Board shall meet on September 24th, 1976, at 10:00 o'clock
a.m. EDST, at the School Board Meeting Room, Gulf County Courthouse, Port St.
Joe, Florida for the purpose of a public hearing concerning the aforesaid tentatively
adopted budget.
SUMMARY OF TENTATIVE BUDGET
OPERATING
1. BUDGET FOR SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS:
A. Balancesonhandbeginningof year: 1. Cash .................... 97,310.31
B. Receipts, State and Federal ..................................... 2,178,842.17
Local Funds .................................................. 833,019.00
Other Sources .................................................. 58,250.00
TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BALANCES .......................... $3,167,421.48
C. Proposed Expenditures:
1. Instructional Services ........................................ $1,824,065.87
2. Instructional Media ........................................ 72,633.00
3. General Administration ...................................... 246,696.74
4. School Administration ..................................... 375,640.55
5. Fiscal Services ........................................... 55,355.00
6. Transportation ........................................ 126,039.06
7. Operation Services .......................................... 226,809.00
8. Maintenance Services ...................................... 47,140.75
9. Central Services .................. ........................ 23,590.00
TOTAL INSTRUCTION & SUPPORT SERVICES ............. 2,997,969.97
;"' OUTGOING TRANSFERS ................................... 91,917.21
RESERVES ................................................. 77,534.30
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS AND BALANCES ....... $3,167,421.48
2. BUDGET FOR DEBT SERVICE:
A. Cash Balances ............................. $229,077.10 TOTAL-$229,077.10
B. Receipts:
S State Sources ............................ $266,836.17 $266,836.17
Local Sources .............................. 82,602.00 82,602.00
Incoming Transfers ....................... 39,917.21 39,917.21
TOTAL RECEIPTS ........................ 389,355.38 $389,355.38
TOTAL RECEIPTS,TRANSFERS AND BALANCES ............... $618,432.48
C. Proposed Expenditures:
Debt Service ................. .................... ............ S 349,150.88
Outgoing Transfers ......................... .............. 49,750.00
Balances ................................................... 219,531.60
TOTALAPPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERSAND BALANCES ... $ 618,432.48
3. BUDGET FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT:
A. Balances ........................................................... 369,730.82
B. 1. Anticipated Receipts, State ................................... 321,005.04
2. Transfers from Operations ............................ ......... 0-
TOTAL RECEIPTS, TRANSFERS AND BALANCES ............... $ 690,735.86
C. Proposed Expenditures
1. Total Capital Outlay ....................................... 598,912.15
2. Balance ................................................ 91,823.71
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS TRANSFERS AND BALANCES ....... 690,735.86
BUDGET FOR SPECIAL REVENUE
LUNCHROOM
A. Balance ........................ ................................ 35,596.60
B. 1. Anticipated Receipts State Federal ......................... 191,065.00
2. Local Sources .............................................. 145,000.00
TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ............................. $ 371,661.60
C. Proposed Expenditures
TOTAL-LUNCHROOM ....................................... $ 371,661.60
TOTAL MILLAGE TO BE LEVIED 014 THE 1976 ASSESSMENT ROLL TO
PRODUCE NECESSARY REVENUE FOR THOSE BUDGETS FOR THE ENSUING
FISCAL YEAR ARE:
A. District Operating ................... .................... 8.00
B. Debt Service Budget ........................................ 0.80
TOTAL ................................... .................. 8.80
Complete details of each separate part of the school budget summarized above
are on file and are available for public inspection at the Office of the County
Superintendent of Schools at the County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, and will be
ailable for such public hearing together with all supporting statements and
Formation. All interested persons are cordially invited to participate in this public
hearing and discuss the School Program and budget for this County for the ensuing
'year.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: J. David Bidwell,
Superintendent




The Kick-off


Whew-upsets a plenty. But are they really? The
common interpretation of "upset" is, to imply, that one
team or individual, who is better than their opposition is
defeated, by that inferior opponent. And I guess that is
just about what happened last Saturday. Everyone knows
that Alabama is better than Mississippi; that Nebraska is
at least two touchdowns better than LSU; that Missouri
and Boston College are not in the same class with
Southern Cal. and Texas. So what happened?

Favorites are established on given facts-past
records, experience and potential ability. But they tend to
ignore intangibles, such as tradition and attitudes.
Regardless of the ratings, potential or experience or what
their opponents do for the remainder of the season; Loui-
siana State, Mississippi, Missouri and Bos. College proved
they were the better team last Saturday. It may have been
an upset to us-but not to them.


Alabama
Auburn
Tennessee
Vandy
Florida
Florida State
Georgia
Louisiana State
Kentucky
Ole Miss


SMU
Baylor
TCU
Wake Forest
Houston
Miami
Clemson (TV)
Oregon State
Kansas
Tulane


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nd Phillip Davis. i A flag football program is urday, September 18, at 9:30
John Cooley was taken in as being organized for an ele- a.m. at the high school football
new member of the club. mentary league for boys ages field.
nipe .through 11 by the Gulf A $1.00 registration fee is

Special W eek County Recreation Depart- being charged, and boys must
pec | ment. Registration for the have a registration form sign-
This is Constitution Weekleague will be held this Sat- ed by a parent.
This is Constitution Week,
september 17-23. Our fore- N ew s _
others by inspired wisdom T ha
declared their freedom as an m I m mai| Im
-f- A A. F 'Thank You


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Legal Advertising


STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
I, BRUCE A. SMATHERS, Secretary of
State of the State of Florida, do hereby
certify that the following:
GREENE (IRENE C.), LTD.
with its principal place of business in
Gulf County, Florida, is a limited par-
tnership filed in the office of the Secre-
tary of State of Florida under Chapter
620, Florida Statutes, Laws of Florida,
and each has failed for six months or
more to pay the annual filing fee and
renew the certificate of authority to
operate as a limited partnership.
Therefore, in pursuance of the pro.
visions of Section 620.31, Florida
Statutes, I have caused to be published
in the Port St. Joe Star, a newspaper
published in Gulf County, Florida, notice
of failure to renew certificate of author-
ity as provided by law.
GIVEN under my hand and the Great
Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahas-
see, the Capital, this the 24th day of
August, 1976.
-s- Bruce A. Smathers,
Secretary of State
(SEAL) It 9-16

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
IN PROBATE
In Re: The Estate of
THOMAS E. GRINSLADE,
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
THOMAS E. GRINSLADE, deceased, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. The
personal representative of the estate is
LILLIAN S. GRINSLADE, whose ad-
dress is Wewahitchka, Florida 32465.
The name and address of the personal
representative's allorney are set lortn
below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the Clerk of
the above court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and must
indicate the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the creditor 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 contingent or un-
liquidated, the nature of the uncertainty
shall be stated. If the claim is secured,
the security shall be described. The
claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mail one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of Admini-
stration has been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenges the
validity of the decedent's will, the quali-
fications of the personal representative,
or the venue or jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration, September 16,
1976.
-s- Lillian S. Grinslade,
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of Thomas E. Grinslade,
deceased.
RISH & WITTEN, P.A.
303 4th Street
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Attorneys for Personal Representative
-s- By: William J. Rish 2t9.16

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids in duplicate will be re-
ceived until October 7, 1976 at 11:00
A.M., EDT by the Board of Public
Instruction of Gulf County at which time
and place all bids will be publicly opened
and read aloud for the Re-Roofing of:
GYMNASIUM
PORT ST. JOE HIGH SCHOOL
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
The Contractor shall furnish all labor,
materials, and equipment, and shall be
responsible for the entire completion of
this project.
Plans, specifications, and contract
documents may be inspected at the
office of the Architect; State Road 22,
Wewahitchka, Florida, and may be pro-
curred by General Contractors upon a
deposit of $10.00 for each complete set of
plans and specifications, of which the


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full amount will be returned to each
General Contractor who submits a bid,
and all other deposits for other than one
complete set of plans and specifications
will be returned less deduction to cover
cost of reproduction. All documents
must be returned in good condition
within tn (10) days after date of opening
of bids.
Cashier's check, certified check, or
bid bond, for not less than five percent of
the amount of the bid, must accompany
each proposal.
Performance, Labor and Material
Bonds, and Workman's Compensation
Insurance will be required of the suc.
cessfull bidder.
Right is reserved to reject any or all
proposals and waive technicalities.
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a
period of (30) days after date set for
opening.
David Bidwell, Superintendent
The Board of Public Instruction
Gulf County
Port St. Joe, Florida
-s- Charles A. Gaskin, AIA
ARCHITECT
P. 0. Box 7
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465 3t 9-16
REGISTRATION OF
FICTITIOUS NAMES
We the undersigned, being duly sworn,
do hereby declare under oath that the
names of all persons interested in the
business or profession carried on under
the name of OMEGA SALES at Port St.
Joe, Florida and the extent of the
interest of each, is as follows:
Mrs. Ometa Osborne, Entire Company
-s- Ometa Osborne 4t 9-16

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
STRAFFORD L. BARKE,
deceased.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of an Order authorizing sale of
real property issued by the Circuit
Court, in and for Gulf County, Florida,
dated September 13, 1976, the following
described real property will be sold at
public auction, for cash, to the highest
bidder:
The East V/ of Lot 19 and all of Lots
21 and 23, City of Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, according to the Official Plat
thereof on file in the Office of Cir-
cult Court Clerk of Gulf County,
Florida.
Saidsalewill takeplaceon thestepsof
the Gulf County Courthouse in Port St.
Joe, Florida, at 11:00 A.M., EDT, on
Monday, September 27, 1976.
Said real property consists of a resi-
dence and an outbuilding located at 521
10th Street, Port St. Joe, Florida. The
property may be seen by appointment at
229-8211. Sale subject to approval by
Circuit Court.
DATED September 14, 1976.
HAZEL G. BARKE,
Personal Representative of
The Estate of S. L. Barke
By: Fred N. Witten,
Attorney for Personal Representative
2t 9-16

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
BAY COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HOWELL F. HAYS, Deceased.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that the Per-
sonal Representative of the Estate of
Howell F. Hays, Deceased, will offer for
sale to the highest and best bidder, for
cash, at public outcry at the Courthouse
in Port St. Joe, Florida, at the hour of
11:00o'clock A.M., EDT, on the 18th day
of October, 1976, the following described
Real Property of the Estate owned by
the Decedent, situate, lying and being in
Gulf County, Florida, to-wit:
Begin at the Northeast corner of the
Southeast Quarter of Southwest
Quarter of Section 5, Township 7
South, Range 8 West, and run South
135 feet for point of beginning;
thence run West 130 feet; thence run
South 60 feet; thence run East 130
feet; thence run North 60 feet to
point of beginning, being Lot 3 of
Block 5 of the Second Addition of
Whitfield Acres of Howard Creek,
Gulf County, Florida, same being in
in the Southeast Quarter of South-
west Quarter of Section 5, Township
7 South. Range 8 West.
All sales are subject to confirmation
by the Circuit Judge of Bay County,
Florida. This sale is made pursuant to
Order of the Circuit Judge dated the 13th
day of September, 1976.
JIMMIE LOU RHODES,
Personal Representative
By: J. C. Bodiford,
Attorney for Personal Representative
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRE-
SENTATIVE
J. C. Bodiford
P. 0. Box 1022
Panama City, Florida
Telephone 785-3439 2t9-16

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or corpora.
tion interested in selling the County the
following described personal property:
One (1) Recording Resusci-Anne
Manikin Laerdal C.P.R. Training
System
Delivery date must be specified.
Liquidated damages for failure to
deliver unit on specified date will be set
at $5.00 per day.
Bids will be received until 7:00 o'clock
P.M.. EDT, September 23. 1976 at the
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court, P. O.
Box 968, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
-s- Eldridge Money, Chairman
It 9-16


financing higher education by
considering getting out of the
student loan business. It was
pointed out to the members
that there are now too many
grants and non-interest loans
available for the Kiwanis loan
fund to be attractive or neces-
sary for students who do not
have the funds to attend
school.
Members of the club are
currently working on a project
of setting up a street dance to
be held one week end in
October. The date of the dance
is not firm as yet, since it will
be dictated by when they can
get the band to come. There
will be no admission charged
to the dance.
,Guests of the club were Key
Clubbers, Jodi Herring,
Dianne Sealy, Steve Pierce'


Standings:
H.V. Superette
Play Girls
St. Joe Furniture
Pate's
Florida Bank
Alley Kats


W L
4 0
3 1
2% 1%
2 2
2 2
1V 2%


Pepsi Cola
C&G


1 3
0 4


nmaepenaent naton ana ae-
signed the Constitution of the
United States of America
which is revered as the great-
est charter of human liberties
ever written. The National
Society, Daughters of the
American Revolution asks
that all citizens join them
during this week to dedicate
themselves anew to preserve
the priceless heritage of free-
dom bequeathed to us by our
Founding Fathers.


From my heart I want to thank everyone
who voted for me and worked in my behalf.
With your help I hope to serve our county in
a way that will merit the confidence of
everyone.

You will always be remembered.


BILLY BRANCH






To the Voters

I thank you sincerely for the confidence placed in
me September 7th for County Commissioner, District
5. I ask not only for your continued support, but ask
those voting and supporting Mr. Charlie Davis join
with us that together we might move forward to many
and mighty things for Gulf County.
VOTE FOR & ELECT A MAN WITH A PLAN

VOTE FOR


LEO KENNEDY

Your County Commissioner, District 5


THANKS | Graham
rGrahm

To those who voted for and supported me for .
the office of Gulf County Sheriff. I sincerely
wanted to be your Sheriff but now that I School Board Member
have been eliminated, I want to use this District 4
opportunity to endorse for re-election
Raymond Lawrence, whom I served under A man who wants to be YOUR Voice
as Chief Deputy and know him to be an on the School Board.
honest man who is dedicated to his duties as
Sheriff. I sincerely appreciate the wonderful vote
and support you gave me in the first
Jiy W illi s primary and ask for your continued support
Jim m y W illiam S :and help for the September 28th Primary.

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Ralph and Henry's won four
games from Red Hot Mamas
on Lanes one and two. Susan
Bigelow bowled a 151 game
and 385 series for Ralph and
Henry's. Jeannie Whitfield
had a 117 game and 314 series
for Red Hot Mamas.
On lanes three and four,
Team 3won three games from
Surefoots. Sue Parrish led
Team 3 with a 130 game and
381 series. Wanda Pate (sub.)
had a 143 game and 378 series
for Surefoots.
On lanes five and six, Tic's
won four games from Team 6.
Trudy Pate had a 166 game
and a 431 series for the Tic's.
Joan Peterson had a 147 game
and 37 series for Team 6.
On lanes seven and eight,
Bowen's Cow Girls won 3
games from H.V. Motors.
Arlene McCullough led the
Cow Girls with a 150 game and
a 391 series. Sandra Brock had
a 146 game and a 396 series for
H.V. Motors.
Standings: W L
Ralph & Henry's 4 0
Tic's 4 0
Team 3 3 1
Bowen's Cow Girls 3 1
Surefoots 1 3
H.V. Motors 1 3
Red Hot Mamas 0 4
Team 6 0 4


Wed. Nite Ladies' League
On September 8, the Wed-
nesday Night Ladies' League
opened its fall campaign with
the action as follows:
On lanes one and two the
Playgirls, led by Marguerite
Scheffer with a 400 series, took
three games from Pepsi Cola.
Lynn Lyles was high man for
Pepsi Cola with a 407 series.
St. Joe Furniture and The
Alley Kats squared off on
alleys three and four. Brenda
Mathes bowled a 181 game and
a 483 series to lead the Furni-
ture team. Eleanor Williams
bowled a 486 series to help the
Kats take 1I2 games.
On lanes five and six, the
Highland View Superette
team was the only team to
take four games from an oppo-
nent. Brenda Livings paced
the Superette team with a 439
series. Pat Hanna led C & G
with a 455 series.
On lanes seven and eight
Pate's and Florida Bank each
won two games. Peggy Hea-
cock bowled a 201 game and a
522 series to lead Pate's. A. J.
Martin paced the Bank with a
171 game and a 445 series.


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THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1976 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


(Continued from Page 1)


YOUR
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'PHARMACIST for Funding

PROFESSIONAL


HONEST
AUTHORITATIVE
RELIABLE
MODERN
ACCURATE
COURTEOUS
INTERESTED
SINCERE
TRUSTWORTHY
Depend on him for prompt attention
to all your drug and prescription
-needs WHENever you call

BUZZETT'S.
DRUG STORE
Ph. 227-3371 317 Willliam
Convenient Drive-n Window
Plenty of Free Parking


but apparently has not been


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Billy J. Step-
hens of Port St. Joe have an-
nounced the birth of their son,
William Bradley, September
10, weighing seven pounds and
eight ounces. William Bradley
was welcomed home by his
sister, Carolyn Michelle.
Bradley is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Emory L. Step-
hens of Port St. Joe and Mrs.
Mary Jane Rabon of Conway,
South Carolina.

GARAGE SALE
Several families, Thursday
and Friday, Sept. 16 and 17,
nine a.m. to six p.m. 1706
Woodward Ave.


lies


waiting around to construct
the ramp. Road Superinten-
dent Lloyd Whitfield said he
already had nearly enough
concrete pads poured to make
the enlarged ramp.
RIVER MEETING
The County Commission has
been invited and accepted an
invitation to meet with the
Corps of Engineers and rep-
resentatives of counties on the
Apalachicola River to discuss
a method of maintaining- a
nine foot channel for shipping
on the river.
The Corps of Engineers has
made several suggestions,
most recently a tumbler dam
in the Blountstown area, but
loud and vociferous objections
from the oyster industry in
Apalachicola and the ecolo-


PAGE EIGHT


gists have made the Corps
hesitant to go ahead with any
of their plans.
The Corps say they are
calling the meeting to discuss
a method for maintaining the
water depth of nine feet in a
manner which would be ac-
ceptable to everyone involved.
OTHER ACTIONS
In other actions, the Board:
-Agreed to send out bids for
10 new pagers for the Ambu-
lance Service. The Board also
agreed to give some assist-
ance. in furnishing the new
ambulance meeting room
here in Port St. Joe.
-Agreed to an extension of
an easement from W. C.
Batson to remove dirt from a
borrow pit on his land.
-Accepted a plat for a
subdivision at Cape San Blas
from Florida Engineering As-
sociates pending a correction
on the plat map.
-Tax Collector Harland
Pridgeon reported the county
had collected $8,003.86 in li-
cense fees and had distributed
$3,134.72 to the county, $3,-
488.96 to the City of Port St.
Joe, $1,373.86 to the City of
Wewahitchka and $6.32 to the


Palm Boulevard in Port St.
Joe.


City of Ward Ridge.
-Agreed to advertise for
purchase of a Resusci-Anne
training tool for the Wewa-
hitchka Ambulance Service.
-Received word that the
new Mosquito Control super-
visor, Gary Tommy Pitts,
would be on the job October 4.
-Set their final budget
hearing for Thursday, Sep-
tember 23 at 7:00 p.m., and
changed the regular night
meeting of September 28 to
Thursday, September 23.
-Heard a report from Lloyd
Whitfield that he is searching
for material to replace the
collapsed bridge at the end of


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY.
CASE NO.76-171
IN RE: The Marriag eof
MICIAEL W. PARRISH, Husband
Petitioner,
and HELEN JEAN PARRISH, Wife
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: HELEN JEAN PARRISH whose
address is 473 Emma Road, Asheville,
N.C.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that.an action
for Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Cecil G. Costin, Jr., 221 Reid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456,
Petitioner's attorney, on or before
October 18, 1976, and file the original


with the clerk of this court either befoT
service on petitioner's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise a de-

fault will be entered against you for t+e
relief demanded in the complaint '
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of th
Court on September 15, 1976. +-
GEORGE Y. CORE,
As Clerk of the Court
By: -s Margaret B. Core,
As Deputy Clerk
(SEAL) 4t9-16


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The gorilla is not a fierce
animal. Actually, it is moody,
slow and limited in initiative.

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The word "hangnail" comes
from the Old English,"hang,"
meaning pain.


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Miscelane0REAL STATEAutom bile

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SERVICES


AFGHANS, hand crochet-
ted; ideal for wedding and
Christmas gifts. Call 648-6023.
ltp 9-16

30' shrimp boat with 327 250
h.p. engine. Completely rig-
ged, $3,500. Contact Kirkland's
Boat Landing. 227-8827.
2tc 9-16

SAntiqued old bed, $35.00.
Phone 229-4731. Itc 9-16

1972 55 h.p. Chrysler out-
board motor, all electric. Ex-
cellent condition, $300. Curtis
Alsobrook, 229-2423. Itp

YARD SALE
556 Park Avenue, Highland
View, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday.

Assorted storage buildings,
trailers, buses, some shelved,
insulated, heavy duty. Special
priced while remodeling.
Edgewater Campgrounds.
648-3035. tfc 9-16

CB Radios, Johnson, Craig,
Surveyor, antennas, base sta-
tions, terms available. West-
ern Auto. tfc 3-4

Clean, used mobile home, 12
x 65', 1 year old, 2 BR and 2 full
baths, many added features.
No equity, take up payments.
229-8353 or 229-6152.


tfc 9-2


Nice modern living room
set, 72" couch, matching easy
chair, coffee table, 2 end
tables, very reasonable. Call
648-4387. 3te 9-2


Three bathroom lavatories,
porcelain or cast iron, with or
without faucets, $5 $7.50
each; exterior doors and
screens, $1.00 each. 648-4208.
Itc 9-2

GET &LENDER NOW
Lose excess pounds and inches
with the milkshake vitamin
program.

GET ENERGY NOW
For extra energy or weight
gain, try the milkshake vita-
min program.
Call Jean McMillan at 229-
6351 after 6 p.m. tfc 8-26

17.1 frost free refrigerator'
like new with ice maker.
Electric Dryer, heavy duty. 1
set of sliding glass doors.
Tempered triple strength. 1968
Qldsmobile excellent work
car. Call 229-8173 tfc 8-5
CB Radios and marine elec-
tronics sales and service. 106
Monument Ave., phone 229-
8100. Open daily five p.m. to
nine p.m., Saturday, eight
a.m. to five p.m. tfc 8-5

Lose weight with New
Shape Tablets and Hydrex
Water Pills at Campbell's
Drug. 12tp 7-8

DRY cleaning carpets is
easier, faster, ans safer with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Joe Furniture, 229-1251.
tfc 10-23


Just arrived over 100 potted
plants, beautiful assortment.
Pots, potting soil, plant food,
perlite and other flower and
garden needs. Economy
Motors & Garden Center, 301
Hwy. 98 HV, 229-6001. tfc. 8-5

Wizard garden tillers, hand
plows, lawn mowers, all gar-
den needs. Western Auto.
tfc 3-4

ALUMINUM
PLATES-
245/s" x 36"
Ideal for chicken houses,
pump houses, outhouses,
and what have you.
Call 227-3161 or drop by
The Star

Singer Zig Zag sewing
machine, take up 12 pmts.
$8.50 monthly. Makes button-
holes, monograms, hems,
sews on buttons, guarantee.
229-6782. tfc 1-30

FOR STANLEY HOME
PRODUCTS
Call Betty Gilbert
648-7534
tfc 7-15


Custom-made wooden name
plaques, for mail boxes, front
gates, door posts, etc. Econo-
my Motors & Garden Center,
301 Hwy. 98, HV, 229-6001.
tfc 8-5

Sewing machines repaired
regardless of make or age.
Over 25 years experience.
Parts, supplies for all makes.
Free estimate, guaranteed
satisfaction. 229-6782. tfc 1-30






New house for sale at Indian
Pass Beach. 229-6171, Hal
Hotle. ltp 9-16

Must sell my 7 room home
because of ill health and to
clear debts. See at 403 Madi-
son St., Oak Grove. William
Hall. ltp9-16

For Sale in Wewa: Clean,
extra nice and sturdy 12 x 65',
2 BR mobile home on 100' x 60'
lot 500 yards from Dead
Lakes. This includes air cond.,
2 utility sheds, 400 ft. flowing
well, front awning, rock drive-
way, $8,500.00. Call Jim at 229-
6305 day or 639-5498 night.
tfc 9-2

3 BR frame house on corner
lot in White City, nice home.
$10,000.00. If interested write:
O. Q. Cushing, Rt. 2, Box 14,
Donalsonville, Ga. 31745.


3 bedroom, 2 bath
home at White City, $
229-6786.

12' x 60' 2 BR mobile h
excell. condition. Inclu(
x 10 utility building. L
on six landscaped lots ir
City. See to appreciate!
229-5692 after six p.m.


'Two-story home, 1902 Monu-
ment Ave., 3 BR, 3 bath.
Phone 227-7221 or 229-6474.
tfc 8-21

New brick home, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 bath, fireplace, 1,800
sq. ft. Call 229-8119. tfc 7-22

New brick home at 106 Yau-
pon Ave. Construction comple-
tion approximately August 10.
3 BR, 2 bath, dining room,
living room, den and kitchen,
2-car garage and utility room.
Features bar, birch cabinets,
dish washer, garbage dis-
posal, range, and compactor,
rock fire place, refreshment
bars, central heat and air,
central vacuum system, car-
pet and outdoor brick barbe-'
cue. Call 227-2291 or 229-5302.
tfc 7-22






Beach cottage for rent. Call
648-5144. tfc 9-2

Two bedroom furnished
house at St. Joe Beach for
rent. 648-3466. tfc 8-19

Furnished small 1 bedroom
house. Call 229-6777 after 6
p.m. tfc 8-5


Two bedroom furnished
apartment for rent. Call 229-
6895 before 5:30, 229-6827 after
5:30. tfc 9-9

Two bedroom furnished Du-
plex Apt. Corner of 14th and
Palm Blvd. Call 227-4311.
tfc 8-12





1 bedroom house in town
ready for rent October 1. 648-
5144. tfc 9-16

3 bedroom unfurnished
house for rent at St. Joe
Beach. Call 648-5315. Itp 9-16

Unfurnished large 2 BR
house with screen porch, laun-
dry and storage room. Puto.
heat. Call 229-6777 after six
p.m. tfc 8-26

For Rent: 2 BR trailer, air
conditioned. Canal St., St. Joe
Beach. For information, call
648-5650. tfc 6-24

Why live in the crowded


4tp9-2 city? Move your mobile home
to peace, quiet and tran-
brick quality. Water, garbage collec-
$19,000. tions, yards mowed, live lei-
tfc 8-12 surely. Gulf privileges. Only
VA approved mobile home
lomein park in Gulf County. Ski
ding 10 Breeze Meadows Trailer
located Park, 9 miles southeast of
SWhite Port St. Joe on Hwy S-30.
Phone Come out and enjoy the quiet.
tfc 7-15 tfe 5-6


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CARPET Cleaning with
HOST couldn't be easier. Just
brush and vacuum for clean,
dry carpets. Rent our HOST
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
229-1251. tfc 10-23

AT RUSTIC SANDS CAMP-
GROUND, 15th ST., MEXICO
BEACH, PATIO, BEAUTI-
FUL REC HALL PRIVI-
LEGES, V4 MILE FROM
BEACH, 648-3600. tfc 5-8

NO need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
229-1251. tfc 10-23

Public address system.
Owned by the Port St. Joe
Kiwanis Club. A new system
operable on either battery or
current. Call Ken Herring,
227-5281 for rental. tfc

For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone
227-2271, 219 Reid Ave.

Office or warehouse space
for rent. 518 First St. Call
229-6308 or see Bob Holland. tfc


WANTED


Wanted: Good used
boat. Call 904-265-3304


Wanted: 1970-1973 P1
Cuda. Call 229-6013, af
p.m. call 648-6596.


WANTED: Old dolls for col-
lecting. Call 229-6631. 4tc 9-9

WANT TO RENT-3 bedroom
nice clean unfurnished house.
Phone 229-6049 after 2:30.
2t-9-12c

WANTED: Propane, 100 to
150 gallon gas tank. Call 648-
7581 after 4:30 p.m.
tfc 9-9






Wanted to Hire: Two posi-
tions only, carpenters, $5.50
hr. Apply at Sunland Recrea-
tion Park. Itp.

$100 weekly possible stuffing
- mailing circulars for firms I
represent. Send stamped self-
addressed envelope: Omega
Sales, Box 528, Port St. Joe.
4tp 9-2


SERVICES

REPAIRS
Aluminum screens and doors,
carpentry, house repair, mill-
work, roof repair and re-roof-
ing.
SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
Phone 229-6018
Port St. Joe
tfc 7-22


Must sacrifice 1974 Pinto
Coupe, 4 speed,. $1,500.00. Call
after 5:00 p.m. at 229-4961.
3tc 9-16

1975 Ford pickup, small
equity and take up payments,
24,000 miles. 904-265-3304.
4tc 9-16

1974 VW, call 227-8472 for
information. ltc 9-16

1968 Ford pickup V-8 engine,
good condition. Call 229-6671.
2tp 9-16

1974 Pinto, heater and radio,
1,600 miles, $2,200 cash. Mrs.
B. C. Gaillard. tfc 9-16

1976 Econoline Ford van.
Contact Julia Creech after
6:30 or weekends. 229-6331.
tfc 9-16

1976 Ford F100 Explorer.
$3,850.00 or $300.00 and take
over payments. Call 229-3322.
tfc 9-9

1973 Mercury Marquis
Brougham, 1 owner, air cond.,
am-fm radio, power through-
out, seat, steering, brakes,
windows, cruise control.
Phone 648-5364. tfc 9-2

1972 Monte Carlo, green,
vinyl top, am radio, 8-track
tape deck, full power, excel-
lent cond., $1,800.00. After
6:30, call 648-5635. tfe 9-2


4tc 9-16 1974 Jeep CJ5 Renegade,
white with black stripe, 304 cu.
youthh inches, twin exhaust, radio
*ter 6:30 and heater. Call 229-6565.
tfc 9-16 tfc 8-19


Willis Jeep-1953 model
with Warren hubs in good
shape. Needs only minor re-
pairs, $550 firm. Call 648-6596
after 6:00 p.m. tfc 7-22

1973 Toyota Celica, 4 speed,
AC, R&H, Call 229-6129 or can
be seen at 1319 McClellan
Avenue. $2600.00. tfc 8-12


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BINGO
Every Thursday & Saturday
7:30 p.m.
American Legion Hall
Sponsored by American
Legion Post 116
tfc 10-9

R.A.M.-Regular convoca-
tion on St. Joseph Chapter No.
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-
panions welcome.
J. L. SIMS, H.P.
E. William McFarland, Sec.

There will be a regular
communication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M.,
every first and third Thursday
at 8:00 p.m.
F. E. BROGDON,
Everett McFarland, Sec.

There will be a VFW meet-
ing the third Tuesday of each
month in the American Legion
Hall. tfc 6-19


SHARPENING
Saws, chisels, lawn mower
blades, etc.
W. C. Miles
112 First St., H.V.
Phone 229-6552


Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 227-7657
tfc 8-19


All types carpet and vinyl
flooring installed. 10 years
experience. For free measure-
ment and estimate, call Ron-
ald Ross, 229-6822. tfc 9-2

LEWIS FLOOR CLEANING
All Types
229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 9-20

POODLE GROOMING
For Appointment Call
229-6674
tfc 8-5


GENERAL CONTRACTING
Licensed and Bonded
Free Estimates
No Job Too Small
CALL 229-6321
tfc 7-8

GRIFFIN'S
Refrigerator & Air
Conditioner Repairs
Call
229-6492
All work guaranteed
tfc 5-6

PAINTING
Interior Exterior
Housewashing & Roofcleaning
Will remove grime & mildew
with pressure cleaner. Good
work at low cost to you.
Call 229-6321
tfc 4-1

Now Open
St. Joe Outboard
Repair Shop
309 Monument Ave.
Phone 229-6151
tfc 6-17


GLEN'S CABINET
SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets
Vanities Mill Work
Glen Combs
Phone 229-6530
Port St. Joe, Fla.
tfc 5-20


line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


Plumbing Heating Building
General Repair
MARVIN L. JONES
618 Maddox St.
Phone 229-3424
Port St. Joe
4tp 8-26

Complete Wood Shop
Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hwy. 98W. tc 8-5 229-2763

Septic Tanks Pumped Out
Carefoot Septic Tank
229-8227, 229-2351,
and 229-6694.
tfc 7-1


Visit or call the Alcohol
Counseling Information
Center of the Panhandle Al-
coholism Council, Inc. 321
Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe.
Phone 229-3515. tfc 1-30

Port St. Joe-Gulf Co. CofC
WELCOME SERVICE
Call 227-2501 or go by the
Chamber office, Municipal
Building, 5th St., Monday thru
Friday, 9-12 EST. tfc 5-1

ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Weldin
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on duty all day
Every day




SMITTY'S

Heating, Cooling &
Electric Service

Commercial or Residential
Installation & Service


648-4976
Port St. Joe
Owned & Operated by
Edward & Tommy Smith
tfc 8-5



Lawn & Gardening Needs
Feed
Lawn Mower &
Small Engine Repairs
Economy Motors &
Garden Center
301 Hwy. 98 H.V.
229-6001
tfc 8-5



Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?


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For Cable TV
Installation In Port St. Joe
.1nlh FI- SMrl
Phone 229-7232.
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office


ADDITIONS,
REMODELING, REPAIRS
WorkGuaranteed
25 Years Experience
Call 227-5986
tfc 6-17

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Meets
Fri. at 8 p.m., Sun. at 4 p.m.
St. James Episcopal Church
Parish House
tfc 4-24

Professional help with emo-
tional problems and-or con-
cerns. Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Port St. Joe. 227-2691 or
227-7586. tfc 11-14

Tires Now Installed
FREE
In Our Own
Auto Service Center
Western Auto Assoc. Store
227-2281
3-4 tfc

Lawn mowers, tillers and
garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center, 301 Hwy. 98, HV,
229-6001. tfe 8-5





















tfc 8-5

Your SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
PAINT Dealer in
Port St. Joe



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HURLBUT SUPPLY CO..
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
Dav Pone 05-79-203


kills bugs for
up to six months,
and saves you about $100 yearly
in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer tree with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe. Florida


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SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
" GULF COUNTY
CHARLES HILTON, JR., et al.,
'Plaintiffs,
Svs.'
LAWRENCE E. COOPER, et al.,
Defendants.
Case No. 76-135
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LAWRENCE E. COOPER,
a Natural Person
146 Mount Paran Road, N.W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
CHICAGO, a National Banking As-
sociation
One First National Plaza
Chicago, Illinois 60670 (its principal
place of business)
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
ATLANTA, a National Banking As-
sociation
First National Bank Tower
Atlanta, Georgia (its principal place
of business)
YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE
hereby notified that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on th- following
property in Gulf County, Florida, to-wit:
Lands In Township 9 South, Range 10
West, and in Township 9 South,
Range 11 West, Gulf County, Flor-
Ida, more particularly described on
Exhibit "A" attached hereto and
made a part hereof,
EXHIBIT "A"
PARCEL I: Section 8, Township 9
South, Range 10 West.
PARCEL II: The North one-fourth
of Section 17, Township 9 South,
Range 10 West.
PARCEL III: Section 7, Township 9
South, Range 10 West.
PARCEL IV: Section 18, Township 9
South, Range 10 West.
PARCEL V: All of fractional Section
19, Township 9 South, Range 10
West, EXCEPT that certain tract
', conveyed to Money Bayou Company
\!by instrument recorded in Deed
Book 12, Page 223, Public Records
of Gulf County, Florida, and des-
cribed as: Beginning at a point on
the North boundary line of the right-
of-way, of State Road No. 10; said
point being marked by a concrete
monument, aforesaid point of begin-
ning being 1300 feet Easterly, mea-
sured along State Road No. 10 from
the East end of the bridge across
Money Bayou, and being also 1560.4
feet South and 2577.8 feet West of the
NE Corner of said Fractional Sec-
tion 19, and being also 62.81 feet
South and 272.07 feet East of a
Unites States Primary Triangula-
tion Monument marked "Peninsula
1934", from said point of beginning
run thence North 7 degrees, 10 min-
.utes East 200 feet to a point marked
by a concrete monument,, thence
North 82 degrees, 50 minutes West
1500 feet to a point marked by a
stake, thence South 7 degrees, 10
minutes West 280.4 feet to a point
in the center line of State Road No.
10, thence continuing South 7 de-
grees, 10 minutes West 753.8 feet to
the average high water mark of the
Gulf of Mexico, thence in a North-
easterly direction along the average
high water mark of the Gulf of Mexi-
co which now bears South 88 de-
grees, 15 minutes, East 1506.73 feet
to a point, thence North 7 degrees,
10 minutes East 692 feet to the point
of beginning, and containing 30.88
acres, more or less.
ALSO EXCEPT:
All that part of said Section 19 lying
South of the right-of-way of State
Road S-30 and West of the said
Money Bayou tract, said part here-
tofore deeded to W. S. Wightman,
Trustee. Subject to the right-of-way
Sfor State Road S-30.
S PARCEL VI: The South one-half of
Section 1, Township 9 South, Range
11 West. SUBJECT to the right-of-
way for State Road S-30.
PARCEL VII: Section 12, Township
9 South, Range 11 West. SUBJECT
to the right-of-way for State Road S-
30. (Less exception noted below).
PARCEL VIII: Section 13, Township
9 South, Range 11 West. SUBJECT
to the right-of-way for State Road S-
30, if any: (Less exception noted be-
low).
PARCEL IX: That part of Fraction-
al Section 24, Township 9 South,
Range 11 West, lying North of the
right-of-way of State Road S-30.
PARCEL X: All of the South one-
half of Fractional Section 2and all of
Fractional Sections 11 and 14, all of
said sections being in Township 9
South, Range 11 West. TOGETHER
WITH a certain tract of submerged
bottom lands conveyed by the Trus.
tees of the Internal Improvement
Fund of the State of Florida by in.
strument dated November 24, 1964
and recorded in Official Records
Book 23, page 328, Public Records of
Gulf County, Florida and described
as: Beginning at the intersection of
the South boundary of Section 14,
Township 9 South, Range 11 West,
at its intersection with the mean
high water line of St. Joseph Bay,
being 1747 feet Westerly from the
Southeast corner of said Section 14;
thence running Westerly along pro-
jection of said South boundary of
Section 14 a distance of 1025 feet;
'thence North to a point on projection
.Westerly of the North boundary of
S'V of Section 2, Township 9 South,
Range 11 West, at a point 2442 feet
Westerly from intersection of said
North boundary of SV2 of Section 2
with the mean high water line of St..
Joseph Bay; thence Easterly along
said Westerly projection of the
North boundary of said S'/2 of Sec-
tion 2 to sair' mean high water line;
thence Southerly, following the
mean high water line of St. Joseph
Bay to the point of beginning; said
submerged land being in Sections 2,
11 and 14, Township 9 South, Range
11 West, containing 420.75 acres,
more or less, and lying and being in
the County of Gulf, in said State of
Florida, including any accretions to
the said South one-half of said Frac-
tional Section 2 and to the said Frac-
tional Sections 11 and 14. (Less ex-
ception noted below)
THERE IS SPECIFICALLY EX-
CEPTED From Parcels VII, VIII
and X described above the following
described property, to-wit:
Begin at the point of intersection of
the South line of the North half of
Section 14, Township 9 South, Range
11 West, and the Eastern right of
way of State Road 30 and extend a
line East along said South line of the
North half of said Section 14 and the
South line of the North half of Sec-
tion 13, Township 9 South, Range 11
West for 1700 feet: then turn letn


along a line that is parallel to State
Road 30 for 1375 feet; thence turn
right along a line that is parallel to
the South line of the North half of
said Section 13, Township 9 South,
Range 11 West for 1000 feet; thence
r turn left along a line that is parallel
to State Road 30 between the point of
beginning and the North line of Sec-
-tion 13, Township 9 South, Range 11
-/ANest for 2000 feet; thence turn left
'along a line that is parallel to the
North line of Section 12, Township 9
South, Range 11 West for 1060 feet;
thence turn left along a line that is
parallel to the second call above for
875 feet; thence turn right along a
line that is parallel to the South line
of Section 12, Township 9 South,
Range 11 West for 375 feet; thence
turn right along a line that is parallel
to State Road 30 for 3875 feet; thence
turn right along a line that is paral.


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S.. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THUP )AY, SEPT. 16, 1976 PAGE NINE




F MINUTES I Rites for Mrs. Whitfield


A of the


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LNO -sop-6000 MNO


lel to the South line of said Section
12, Township 9 South, Range 11
West for 1000 feet; thence
turn left 90 degrees along a
line for 750 feet; thence turn left 45
degrees along a line for 1125 feet;
then right 45 degrees for 375' to a
point on the North line of Section 12,
Township 9 South, Range 11 West;
thence turn left for 1140 feet to a
point on the Eastern right-of-way
line of State Road 30, then turn left
along the Eastern right-of-way line
of said State Road 30 for 7923 feet to
the point of beginning.
LESS, ALSO, that part of Section 19,
Township 9 South, Range 10 West,
conveyed to State of Florida for the
use and benefit of State of Florida
Department of Transportation in
Official Record Book 54, Page 931, of
the Public Records of Gulf County,
Florida.
LESS: The northern most 200 feet of
the South /2 of Fractional Section 2,
lying between State Road S-30 and
the Mean High Water Line of St.
Joseph Bay.
has been filed against you and you are
.requi-ed to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on DAVENPORT,

JOHNSON, HARRIS, GERDE & HAR-
RISON, Cross-claimant's attorneys,
whose address is 406 Magnolia Avenue,
Panama City, Florida, on or before the 4
day of October, 1976, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court, either before
service on Cross-claimant's attorneys,
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Cross-claim.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on this 25 day of August, 1976.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
By: -s- Margaret B. Core,
Deputy Clerk
(SEAL) 4t9.2




Deaths



Are On



Decline

Pedestrian deaths for 1975
continued to decline for the
third straight year the Florida
Highway Patrol said today.
Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa-
trol director said, "Our re-
cords indicate that in 1973,
there were 561 pedestrians
killed; 1974 had 506 and 1975
had 477 deaths." He contin-
ued, "These figures indicating
a steady decline are very
encouraging. However, when
you realize that many of the
small towns in Florida have
fewer than 500 citizens, you
can visualize what it would be
like if a whole town was wiped
out."
Records continue to indicate
that most pedestri,.ans.j re
killed by crossing between
intersections or walking with
traffic in the roadway.
Of the 5,797 pedestrians
injured and killed in 1975, the
5-8 age bracket leads with 973
and the 25-44 age group follows
with 819.
Beach concluded by advis-
ing all pedestrians to cross at
intersections where possible,
walk off the roadway, wear
light clothing at night and
carry a light. Outside of cities
where there are no sidewalks,
walk off the pavement on the
left side of the road facing
oncoming traffic. Also do not
push cars or work on them if
stopped on the pavement,
especially after dark.






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Two tablespoons of peanut
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The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County,
Florida met July 27, 1976 in
regular session with the fol-
lowing members present: El-
dridge Money, Chairman, Ev-
erett Owens, Jr., Otis Davis,
Jr., and S.C. Player. Others
present were: George Y. Core,
Clerk, Jerry Gates, Raymond
Lawrence, Sheriff, Fred N.
Witten, Assistant Attorney
and Lloyd Whitfield, Road
Superintendent.
The meeting came to order
at 7:30 p.m. The Clerk opened
the meeting with prayer, fo!
lowed by the pledge to the
flag.
The minutes of July 13, 1976,
were read, approved and. a-
dopted.
Pursuant to notice published
according to law, calling for a
public hearing on a proposed
ordinance for the acquisition,
construction and erection of a
water ahd sewer system for
Oak Grove, there was a mo-
tion by Commissioner Player,
seconded by Commissioner
Owens and unanimously car-
ried, that the Attorney read
the proposed ordinance.
Whereupon, the Attorney did
then read the ordinance and
after the reading, the Chair-
man called for objections, if
any, to the adoption of said
ordinance. There being no
objections, there was a motion
by Commissioner Player, se-
conded by Commissioner
Owens and upon vote was
unanimously adopted.
Ordinance number 76-2 is on
file in the Clerk's office.
Dick Lamberson, Port St.
Joe Ambulance Squad Chief,
discussed his budget request.
He told the Commission that
his request for 6 pagers for
new EMTs was misleading in
that the 6 pagers were planned
to be assigned to 6 EMTs
already qualified and on his
squad but have never had a
pager assigned to them. He
requested the Board to re-
instate the $1,800.00 for this
iteti. The Chairman said that
the Board will consider this
request later in the meeting.
W. C. Robinson, speak-
ing in behalf of the citizens of
Stone Mill Creek, informed the
Board as to the bad state of
repair of the road from SR 71
to Stone Mill Creek. He said
the road is in serious condi-
tion; that after a bad rain, it
takes a boat to reach the
homes in this area and that
when the road is passable,
trucks hauling dirt from a pit
located westerly of this subdi-
vision travel at such high
speeds causing further deter-
ioration of the road. The
Chairman said that the Com-
mission is aware of the condi-
tion of this road. Commission-
er Owens said because of
major storm damages during
the year, the County has not
had time to repair many of the
damaged roads, some of them
having a deadline on the date
of completion because federal
funds are being used, but that
this road will be repaired just
as soon as possible. Mr.
Robinson requested that it be
placed on the future paving
program. Commissioner Da-
vis said that it would take
about five years to get this
road paved; therefore, he
made a motion that the county
list this road on the next five


year paving plan, but that the
road department go ahead
with the necessary repairs in
the trouble area of the road
and to repair the bridge.
Motion seconded by Commis-
sioner Owens and upon vote
was unanimously carried. The
Board instructed the Road
Superintendent to contact the
land owners for the additional
right of way needed and to
commence this work as soon
as the right of way is secured.
Mrs. Franklin Whitfield, re-
presenting the Panhandle Al-
coholism Council, requested
the Board to consider its full
budget request. She told of the
good work the Council is doing
in the County and explained
the need for expanded ser-
vices. A. L. Hargraves and
Mrs. Ann Wood also spoke for
full budget request. She told of
the good work the Council is
doing in the county and ex-
plained the need for expanded
services. The Chairman said
this request will be considered
later in the meeting when all
other budget matters are con-
sidered.
Robert B. Nations, Florida
Engineering Associates, Inc.
presented a preliminary plat
of Pine Bluff Subdivision of
Cape San Blas. He explained
that he did not show the
contour lines because the en-
tire plat area is beach sand
and dunes which change with
the wind and rain. The Board
granted a variance cn this
requirement and voted to
accept the preliminary plat;
but that the final plat must
show liberal elevations on
each lot line at fifty foot
intervals.
Mr. William F. Lyles spoke
in favor of funding the Gulf
County Guidance Clinic's bud-
get.
Mr. W.B. Simmons made a
report on behalf of the Library
Committee. He said that the
location of the new library will
be directly between the Court-
house and Knowles Avenue
and will face the Courthouse.
He said that 'we :are now
waiting on the architect for his
preliminary plans. He then
urged the Board to fund the
library operating budget.
Mr. Larry Clayton advised
the Board as to the G & F
Communications Services
that are available to the
county. He offered to do all of
the county radio work for
$15.00 per hour.
The Clerk read a letter from
Max W. Kilbourn,. owner of 40
acres of land described as
NE/4 of SE/4, Section 10,
Township 4 South, Range 10
West located on the "Old Wire
Road" between Wewahitchka
and Stone Mill Creek. He
stated that Coy Brogdon has
fenced and locked the gates
north of and adjacent to his
property and that Roy Lister
has done the same thing south
of the property. He said that
because these two land owners
have fenced this road all
access to his property has
been cut off. He said this road
had been in continuous use
since the Civil War until
closed recently by those two
land owners mentioned. He
said the road should be opened
and.made travelable without
further delay. A letter from
Mr. Roy Lister stated that if
the county has a road across


his property, he will remove
any obstruction. The Board
found that it had no recorded
easement for a road in the
area of the property owned by
Mr. Kilbourn. The Clerk re-
ported that he found only one
deed that referred to the
"Wire Road", said deed was
conveying a lot inside the City
of Wewahitchka with its west
boundary line as the "Wire
Road". Commissioner 'Davis,
Mr. Steve Nations and others
present knew of the road in
question. After being advised
by the Attorney, the Board
directed that he write to Mr.
Kilbourn advising that the
county has no easement or
claim on this road.
Letters from the Tax Collec-
tor and Civil Defense Director
with reference to their bud-
gets were read.
An easement for removal of
dirt was received from Donald
F. Holian, e.t ux., and the same
was duly accepted. Recorded
on O.R. Book 66 page 818-820.
Whereupon, Commissioner
Player introduced the follow-
ing resolution, seconded by
Commissioner Owens and up-
on unanimous vote was adopt-
ed.
Resolution number 76-12 is
on file in the Clerk's office.
Commissioner Davis in-
formed the Board that he has
information that the Corps of
Engineers dredge boat will be
operating on the Apalachicola
River in the vicinity of the
county park on the east end of
SR 22-A and Iola Park; that it
is possible to have the dredge
place its spoil on county
property at these two sites.
The Clerk was directed to
write to the Engineers and
them to use the sites as a spoil
disposal site.
The Clerk reminded the
Board that bids for the repair
of the old courthouse in We-
wahitchka will be.received at
the next meeting of August 10,
1976. The Board discussed the
need for repairing the rest
room in this building and said


ter. Mrs. Whitfield was a long-
time resident of Wewahitchka,
a member of Glad Tidings
Assembly of God Church and
was a homemaker.

Survivors include: her hus-
band, Lloyd Whitfield; a son,
Houston Whitfield; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Janice Forehand, all
of Wewahitchka; her mother,
Mrs. Alice Hall of Electric,
Ala.; three grandchildren,
Tammy Forehand and Heat-
her and Beau Whitfield; one
sister, Mrs. Dorothy Oliver of


DeRidder, La. and one brot-
her, Calvin Sangster of Cocoa.
Funeral services were held
at 3:00 p.m. Sunday at the
Glad Tidings Assembly of God
Church of Wewahitchka with
the Rev. Claude E. McGill
officiating, assisted by Rev.
Jim Fillingim. Interment fol-
lowed in the family plot of
Pleasant Rest Cemetery,
Overstreet.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fun-
eral Home of Port St. Joe.


Mrs. Doris L. Whitfield, 48,
a resident of Wewahitchka,
died at 5:30 Friday morning in.
Bay Memorial Medical Cen-

that these needed repairs will
be added to the contract if
money is available after see-
ing what the bids will be.
The Florida Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission
requested the county tb give
its approval for said commis-
sion to set up rules and
regulations to control traffic,
property damage and to pro-
mote safety in the G.U. Par-
ker, Ed Ball and Gaskin
Wildlife Managements Areas.
The Board said it would not
agree to this suggestion.
The June, 1976 Medicare bill
in the amount of $943.49 was
ordered held.
The following applications
for employment were recei-
ved: G. Carolyn Nichols, Ros-
coe David Leggs, and Adele
Rose Lemieux.
The Board discussed a re-
quest by land owners in the
Rowell Landing area of the
Dead Lakes for the county to
maintain a private road run-
ning across the west end of
their property. The Board
requested the Attorney to
write to these landowners and
advise them that this request
cannot be considered until the
county has the necessary
easements and the road
brought. up to grade to the
county's satisfaction.
The Board then discussed
the following budgets and took
the following: Tax Assessor -
no changes, Tax Collector -
leave as is until pay raises for
county employees are decided
upon, St. Joe Ambulance add
$1,800 for six pagers in new
equipment.
After a lengthy discussion
on pay raises the Board voted
unanimously to give the em-
ployees a $416.00 per year pay
increase. Chairman Money
told the Board that he was
going to call a recess until
Thursday, July 29, at 7:00
p.m. to further discuss the
budget, including the pay
raise with the employees.
The meeting was then re-
cessed.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. SEPT. 16, 1976 PAGE TEN

Nathan Hodges Elected In Alabama


JAWS

: "Jaws" isn't just in a book. They were also
.in the waters around Port St. Joe until recently
Evhen a fishing boat operated by Raffield
!Fisheries caught this monster and brought him
.out of reach of bathers, fishermen and vaca-
tioners. The shark is of the Tiger Shark variety
.nd weighed 968 pounds. The terror of the deep
ivas over 12 feet long and had some big,
iasty-looking teeth.
SIn the photo above, Gene Raffield, right and
kJoey Raffield, left, pose with the shark. Gene
,said it was the first time his crews had sighted a
shark this large so close to shore. -Star photo


IP U
-Time continues to run (
n the approaching el
ions--the time wh
Ainerica chooses its futi
local, state and nation
.-aders.
:^:Florida's big dal
1maining are the S
member 18 primary and
November 2 Genel
Election.
: I am going to continue
pssible efforts to encoura
as many people as will lis
ahd heed, to register to vc
.ahd then to make the I
b~mmitment to citizens
b~y voting.
- This effort of my office
reach a high point dur
September when I plan
yisit major popular
niessage to citizens about
need to register in th
respective areas.
iThis campaign began l
week, starting in Pana
City and Pensacola. It I
always been a pleasure
travel in the Panhandle
:I have found citizi
responsivee to calls
participation and conce
::The remaining sched
will carry the voter reg


VOICE
of the

PEOPLE
By BRUCE A. SMATHERS
Florida Secretary of State
out tration campaign to:
ec- Gainesville, Palatka, St.
en Augustine September 13
ure Jacksonville, Orange Park
nal September 14
Tallahassee September
tes 15
ep- Miami September 16
the West Palm Beach, Fort
ral Pierce, Titusville Sep-
tember 17
all In addition, we are con-
age acting all high school
ten principals, community
ite, college and university
full presidents using them to
hip assist in the setting up of
voter registration booths.
will Special posters, supplied
ing by Honeywell Corporation
to' free of charge to the state,
ion are being mailed out by the
the thousands. For example,
the Associated Industries of
ieir Florida has graciously
agreed to send the posters,
ast which promote voting, to
ma chain stores throughout the
has state.
to In all, if the drive is sue-
and cessful, the voice of the
ens people could be potentially
for more powerful than when we
ern. started and in this Bicen-
lule tennial Year we need for the
gis- people to speak out. (AFNS)


Up for P
There is just one week
remaining for youngsters in
Port St. Joe to register for the
local Punt, Pass & Kick
competitions.
James Bray, Ford Dealer
sponsoring the popular youth
activity in this area, said that
registration would be taken
through Friday, Septemuer
17. The Port St. Joe PP&K
Competition is scheduled for
Saturday September 18 at the
Shark stadium.
"Although time is growing
short, any youngster 8 through
13 years of age can still
compete," said Bray. "All a
contestant need do is come
into our showroom, accom-
panied by a parent or guard-
ian, and fill out the PP&K
registration form. There's no
entry fee or charge of any
kind, and that goes for all six
levels of competition, up to
and including the National
Finals."
The Ford Dealer pointed, out
that trophies will be awarded
for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in
the local competition in each
of the sik age groups. Increas-
ing the youngster's chances of
winning one of the 18 trophies
is the fact that each contestant
competes only against others
of the same age. And since
there is no body contact, an
entrant's size is not as impor-
tant as his ability to punt, pass
and place-kick for distance
with accuracy.
"Winners can continue on
up through the Zone, District,
Area and Division contests to
the National Finals," the Ford
Dealer said. "It's possible that
one ormore of our Local
winners could wind up in the
Finals."
When contestants register,
each entrant gets a free PP&K
Tips Book. It contains helpful
pointers from the pros on
punting, passing and kicking.
In the 1976 edition are sugges-
tions from NFL stars Ray
Guy, Ken Anderson, and Toni
Fritsch. Complete PP&K


P&K Competition Nathan Lee Hodges. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee Hodges
rules and suggested condition- conjunction with the National Honevville was elected re-
ing exercises for contestants Football League. In that time e
are also included, more than 12 million young- gently to the office of Super-
This is the 16th anniversary sters have taken part in Ala
year for PP&K. From its PP&K, making it one of the Nathan is a graduate of
inception, the youth activity largest and fastest growing Wewahitchka High School. at-
has been sponsored by the activities of its kind in Amer- tended Gulf Coast Community
-r A--rtended Gulf Coast Community


GCCC Embarking On Experiment


Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege is embarking on an
educational experiment that
could enable more local resi-
dents to earn an associate's
degree.
According to GCCC Presi-
dent, Dr. Larry W. Tyree, the
College will introduce for the
first time a 12-week "mini-
mester" beginning with regis-
tration Monday.
"It is our feeling that Gulf


Coast Community College can
better meet the needs of the
citizens in its district by
offering a new schedule of
classes after Labor Day," Dr.
Tyree explained.
The "mini-mester" sche-
dule consists of 11 popular
courses that will meet Mon-
days through Thursdays from
6-9:15 p.m.
The regular fee schedule for
credit classes will apply to


NOTICE

The Wewahitchka State Bank wishes to announce
the filing on August 23, 1976, of an application with the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporationfor a branch
facility in Port St. Joe, Florida. If this application is
approved, the address of the proposed facility will be
403 Williams Street.
The applicant shall, within 15 days after the
Regional Director has notified the applicant in writing
that an application has been accepted for filing,
publish one time in a newspaper of general circulation
in the community in which the applicant's head office
is located and in a newspaper of general circulation
in the community in which the applicant proposes to
engage in business a notice containing the name of the
applicant or applicants, the subject matter of the
application, the location at which the applicant
proposes to engage in business, and the date upon
which the application was accepted for filing by FDIC.
Immediately after publication, the applicant shall
furnish the Regional Director with a certification from
the publisher and a tear sheet or clipping evidencing
such publication.

WEWAHITCHKA

STATE BANK


these courses and a special
registration has been set for
Sept. 13 at 5:30 p.m. in the
Social Science Lecture Hall.
Persons wishing additional
information concerning the
new schedule are encouraged
to contact the GCCC Regis-
trar's Office.


College and Auburn Univer- sity.


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I will use any resource available to stop the
sale and use of drugs in our County.
SI WILL NOT USE the young people against
-' each other to do my job for me, just to make
-"-, '" me look good.
,,. v I want results not publicity.
.. Vote for a Sheriff you can talk to.

Vote


K. E. "Ken" Murphy

Your Next Sheriff of Gulf County
. . .. -


SDempsey



Barron

says



Thank



You

to the many thousands of people in the Third
District who voted for me, and to the many
:people who gave so generously of their time
: and support.
I need your help to keep EXPERIENCE
:and SENIORITY working for you in the
S'Florida Senate.
'.: The choice is critical. I need your vote
:: and help once again on September 28.. .it
::counts!

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THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1976


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


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I Port St. Joe S.S. Disability Benefit Payments



SSch0o Lunch Require 5 MonthWaiting Period

iUS

u s1S I Social security disability sary, and you may be asked to getting social security retire- to people with little or no mation about the social sect
i benefits generally cannot undergo additional tests and men, disability benefits, or income and limited resources ity disability program and t
..V start immediately after peo- examinations," he said. "The dies after working long who are disabled or blind or 65 SSI program by calling
-1- ., f f;,- h_ fh rLnprnyo Sue Lqfnr thnqp a uni uh u' lind ar sc urity. ns uvi.


.Port St. Joe High School
Lunchroom Menus

Mon. Sept. 20, 1976
Cheeseburger with bun, chi-
li dog with bun, green salad,
French fries, peanut butter
delights and milk.
Tues. Sept. 21,1976
B-Q chicken, mashed pota-
toes, string beans, peach with
:cookie, bread, rolls and milk.
Wed. Sept. 22,1976
Battered fried fish with bun,
bologna sandwiches, potato
chips, baked beans, cole slaw,
apple crisp and milk.

SThurs. Sept. 23,1976
Macaroni and cheese, tuna
said, English peas, tossed
salad, brownies, crackers,
rolls and milk.

Fri. Sept. 24, 1976
Hamburger with bun, Pizza
burger with bun, field peas,
lettuce, tomato, pickles, pine-
apple upside down cake and


milk.

Elementary Schools
Lunchroom Menus
Mon. Sept. 20, 1976
Roast beef with, noodles,
green butter beans, tossed
salad, peanut butter delights,
rolls, cornbread and milk.
Tues. Sept.21, 1976
B-Q chicken, mashed pota-
toes, tomato slice, bread,
rolls, peach with cookie and
milk.
Wed. Sept. 22, 1976
Hamburger with bun, potato
chips, string beans, tomato,
lettuce, pickles, onions, apple
crisp and milk.
Thurs. Sept. 23,1976
Tuna salad, French fries,
tomato wedge, crackers, cin-
namon rolls and milk.
Fri. Sept. 24, 1976
Pizzaburger on bun, potato
salad, tomato slice, pineapple
upside down cake and milk.


pie apply for mtem because me
law requires a five-month
waiting period, according to
David Robinson, Social Secur-
ity Represenatative for Gulf
County.
Social security pays month-
ly disability benefits to eligi-
ble workers and their families
if the worker is severely dis-
abled and not expected to be
able to do any work for a year
or more. Payment generally
starts with the sixth full month
of disability. "The first check
generally arrives early in the
month after that," Robinson
said.
"During the waiting per-
iod," Robinson said, "exa-
miners get your medical re-
cords from the doctors, hospi-
tals, and other institutions
that treated you for your dis-
ability. You pay for getting
those records, if there's any
charge.
"Later, additional medical
information may be neces-


UUovernmenII t paysa luor ose.
Medical decisions on whet-
her or not people are disabled
under the social security law
are made by doctors and other
disability experts in.the appro-
priate State agency.
Work requirements are also
checked during the waiting
period.
"To be eligible for disability
benefits," Robinson said,
"most workers need at least
five'years of work under social
security in the 10 years before
they became disabled. For
workers disabled before age
31, the requirement scales
down to as little as 11/ years,
depending on age,
"Your social security earn-
ings record is kept under your
name and social security num-
ber in Baltimore," Robinson
said.
People disabled since child-
hood can get social security
disability payments without
waiting when a parent starts


GULF COUNTY PROPOSED SUMMARY BUDGET FOR 1976-77


NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Pursuant to Section 129.01, Florida Statutues, 1971, NOTICE is hereby given that
the Board of County Commissioners, of Gulf County Florida, has adopted a tentative
budget for the several County.funds for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 1976, and
ending September 30, 1977; that said Board will be in session on September 23, 1976, at
7:30 p.m. for the purpose of hearing complaints from any person or persons, firm or
corporation that are dissatisfied with said budget, to-wit:
SUMMARY BUDGET
; BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
S FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1,1976
AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30,1977:
C.LiER.L FUND:
E a'Znated Revenues:
Sfate Funds Miscellaneous ............. ................ ... 180,585.00
4'censes and Fees Local ................................... ...... 3,285.00
faxes Real estate& personal property .............................. 489,118.00
4Aosquito funds State and City ...................................... 35,115.00
Rent ........... ...................................... ... 6,600.00
Fees Clerk Circuit Court ............................................ 98,457.00
fees. Tax Collector ...:.................. ..................... ... 14,035.00
Miscellaneous ........... ................ .................. 50.00
Total Estimated Receipts ....................................... $827,245.00
Less 5 percent ...................... ........................... 41,362.00
i 95 percent of Estimated Receipts ............................... $785,883.00
Cash Balance forward......................................... 63,349.75
S Total Receipts & Balances .................................... $849,232.75
Estimated Expenses:
County Commissioners Administrative ............................. $210,709.00
bounty Attorney................................. ....... .......... 6,796.00
liax Assessor ................. .. .;: ... 51,95..0.0
Xra Collector .......... ........ .......................... 66,781.00
Clerk Circuit Court County Court & Recorder ........................ 72,032.00
County Comptroller ............................ .................... 27,535.00
Circuit Court Operations .............................................. 8,449.00
lourt Reporter .................................... ................... 2,775.00
County Court .... ......................... ............ 1,200.00
iax Adjustment Board ............. ............................ 500.00
Jury Com mission ................................................... 200.00
Supervisor of Elections ............................................ 13,651.00
Election Expense ................................................ 14,562.00
Courthouse Operations ....................................... ...... 98,996.00
Old Courthouse Operations ............................................ 11,620.00
,Pdblicity ......... ............... .............................. 1,620.00
Northwest Fla. Development Council .................................. 1,200.00
County Service Officer ............................................... 9,358.74
Fire Control .................................................. 9,660.00
.Building Inspections...... ..................................... ....... 500.00
Medical Examiner .................................................. 500.00
Civil Defense ........................................................ 13,302.74
Mosquito Control ..................................................... 128,921.28
Guidance Clinic Contract ............................................ 1,500.00
Tubercular Care ............ ....................................... 270.00
Library Operations ................................................... 24,500.00
County Agent ................................................ 16,699.42
Forestry Program ............................................. 1,000.00
Comprehensive Planning ..:........................................ 50.00
Panhandle Alcoholism Contract ..................................... 1,500.00
Ambulance Service Wewahitchka .................................... 6,700.00
Ambulance Service Port St. Joe ...................................... 10,535.00
M medicaid Hospital ................................................... 3,826.00

Medicaid Nursing Home ............................................ 7,838.84
S Total Appropriations .......................................... $827,244.02
Reserve for Contingencies .................. ................... 9,163.73
Reservefor Cash Balance ...................................... 12,825.00
TOTAL ...................... ................. $849,232.75
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND:
Estimated Revenues:
:Taxes- Real estate& personal property .............................. $105,811.00
Fines, Assessments and Fees ....................................... 38,000.00
federal Revenue Sharing ............................................. 82,574.00
M miscellaneous ............................................. ........... 48.00
Total Estimated Receipts ....................................... $226,433.00
Less 5 percent .................................................. 11,322.00
95 percent of Estimated Receipts .............................. $215,111.00
Cash Balance Forward ........................................ 48,581.00
Total Receipts & Balances ..................................... $263,692.00
Estimated Expenses:
Sheriff's Budget .................................................... $225,933.00
Educational Studies ............. ........................... ....... 500.00
Reserve for Contingencies ..................................... ...... 9,000.00
Reserve for Cash Balance ........................................... 28,259.00
S Total Budget .................... .................. S263,692.00
R0.AD AND BRIDGE:
Estimated Revenues:
JETA funds .... ...................................... $ 6,500.00
Gasoline, Fuel oil and Road tax .......................... ............ 230,628.00
Pate Track Funds .................................................... 105,000.00
Revenue Sharing Trust Fund ......................................... 21,020.00
Total Estimated Receipts ...................................... $363,148.00
Less 5 percent .................................................. 18,157.00
95 percent of Estimated Receipts .............................. $344,991.00
Cash Balance Forward ...................................... 168,255.00
1 Total Receipts & Balances ............... ................ $513,246.00
1-'t!imated Expenses:
Salaries ............... ............................................. $226,377.00
Road Construction Cost ............................................. 34,000.00
VEquipm ent ........................................................... 30,000.00
General Operation & Maintenance .................................. 103,666.00
Total Appropriations ........................................... 394,043.00
Reserve for Contingencies .................................... 51,324.00
Reserve for Cash Balance ..................................... 67,879.00
TOTAL ....................... ................... ..... $513246.00
S CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE FUND:
jli 'mated Revenues:
1;'e nt -Library ....................................................... $126,500.00
Donations Library ................................................ 25,000.00
federall Revenue Sharing Library .................................. 100,000.00
t "eral Disaster Assistance ................... .................... .... 32,800.00
-naeral Communications Grant ...................................... 17,000.00
Total Estimated Receipts .................. .................... $301,300.00
S Less 5 percent .................................................. 15,065.00
95 percent of Estimated Receipts .............................. $286,235.00
Cash Balance Forward ................ ....................... 94,050.00
S Total Receipts & Balances ...................................... $380,285.00
s'ti'tnoled Expenses:
aiildings &Structures .......................................... ... $282,800.00
tirnergency Communications ........................................ 42,200.00
'e Total Appropriations ................. ................. $325,000.00
Z. Reserve for Contingencies ........................ ........... 42,800.00
Reserve for Cash Balances ..................................... 12,485.00
TOTAL ................. .. ................. .. .......... $380,285.00
I EiERAL REVENUE SHARING FUND:
esf ated Revenues:
Cash Balance Forward .................................. $232,847.00
Total Receipts & Balances ............................... $232,847.00


Estimated Expenses:
Equipment .......................... ........................... $ 5,850.00
Capital Outlay: Library ... ................................. ..... 100,000.00
Road Equipment .......... ..... ............ .................... 26,152.00
Fine and Forfeiture Fund ................... ...................... 82,574.00
Health & Recreation .................... ........................... 6,000.00
Total Appropriations .......................................... $220,576.00
Reserve for Contingencies ........................... ....... 12,271.00
TOTAL ...... ...................................... $2'2,847.00
CERTIFICATE OF INDEBTEDNESS I & S FUND
Estimated Revenues:
Taxes ..... ............. .... ... ................. $ 68,080.00
Total Estimated Receipts ................................... $ 68,080.00


Less 5 percent ..................................................
95 percent of Estimated Receipts .............................
Cash Balance Forward ......................................
Total Receipts & Balances ................. .................
Estimated Expenses:
Retire Bonds .......................................................
Interest ..................................................... ......
Paying Agents Fee ................................................
Total Appropriations .......................................
Reserve for Contingencies .....................................
Reserve for Cash Balance ....................................


3,404.00
$ 64,676.00
47,000.00
$111,676.00
$ 25,000.00
43,080.00
350.00

$ 68,430.00
11,000.00
32,246.00


TOTAL ................ ........................... $111,676.00


CERTIFICATE OF INDEBTEDNESS RESERVE.ACCOUNT:
Est'm aten Reenues ',' .:" L:;;.~". ,': ; ..'.",, :..- ;.-.'.
Casn Balance Forwara ........ .... ......... ............... $ 71,462.39

Total Receipts & Balances ................... ............... $ 71,462.39
Estimated Expenses:
Reserve for Cash Balance ............... ................ $ 71,462.39
TOTAL ................ ............... ............. $ 71,462.39
CERTIFICATE OF INDEBTEDNESS FIRE STATIONS:
Estimated Revenues:
Race Track Funds ............................................... $ 1,300.00
Total Estimated Receipts .......................................... $ 1,300.00
Less 5 percent ................................................. 65.00
95 percentof Estimated Receipts ............................... $ 1,235.00
Cash Balance Forward ........................................ 2,540.00
Total Receipts & Balances......... .......................... $ 3,775.00
Estimated Expenses:
Retire Bond ............... .............. .................. $ 500.00
Interest ............................................................ 853.00
Total Appropriations ......... .......... .................... $ 1,353.00
Reserve for Contingencies ..................................... 47.00
Reserve for Cash Balance ........... ......... .. ............. 2,375.00
TOTAL ................ ............... .............. $ 3,775.00
ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT:
Estimated Revenues:
Taxes ...................................... .. ................ $ 4,400.00
Total Estimated Receipts .................................... $ 4,400.00
Less 5 percent ................... ................... .. 220.00
95 percent of Estimated Receipts .............................. 4,180.00
Cash Balance Forward .................................... .... 407.00
Total Receipts & Balances ................................... .$ 4,587.00
Estimated Expenses:
Payment to Fire Departments .................................... $ 4,000.00
Commissions to Assessor & Collector ................... .. 155.00
Total Appropriations ......................................... $ 4,155.00
Reserve for Contingencies ................ ........ ..... ...... .. 170.00
Reserve for Cash Balances .................................... 22.00
TOTAL ....................................... $ 4,587.00
TUPELO FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT:
Estimated Revenues:
Taxes.................. .............................. .... $ 56 650.00
Total Estimated Receipts ....... ............................. $ 650.00
Less 5 percent.... ........................ ..................... 32.00
95 percent of Estimated Receipts ............................ $ 618.00
Cash Balance Forward ..................... ............... .. 2,169.00
Total Receipts & Balances ................................... $ 2,787.00
Estimated Expenses:
Payment to Fire Departments ................................... .. $ 300.00
Commissions to Assessor & Collector .................................. 150.00
Equipm ent ................ ......................................... 2,000.00
Total Appropriations ......................... ... ............. 2,450.00
Reserve for Contingencies ..................................... 50.00
Reserve for Cash Balance ...................................... 287.00
TOTAL ...................... ................ ............ $ 2,787.00
BUDGET RECAPITULATION
FUND TOTAL MILLAGE
General ...................................................... $ 849,232.75 4.343
Fineand Forfeiture .......................................... 263,692.00 1.08
Road and Bridge ................ ............................ 513,246.00 .0
Capital Outlay ................................................. 484,310.00 .0
Certificateof Indebtedness I & S ............................... 111,676.00 .652
Certificateof Indebtedness Reserve ............................ 71,462.39 .0
Certificate Indebtedness Fire Stations .......................... 3,775.00 .0
Federal Revenue Sharing ................ ....... ........... 232,847.00 .0
TOTAL .................................... $2,530,241.14 6.075
Health Department .................................... ... 18,984.00 .185
Total County-wide ............................... $2,549,225.14 6.26
Special Fire Districts:
St. Joseph Fire Control District ....... :....................... 4,587.00 .2
Tupelo Fire Control District .................................. 2,787.00 .11
TOTAL ......................................... $2,556,599.14 6.57
Section 129.01 (2) (B), F.S. requirements as to division of locally raised receipts and
expenditures between the incorporated and unincorporated areas of the County are as
follows:
Receipts locally raised:
Incorporated:
Taxes ................... .................................... $ 378,861.52
Other Receipts (based on population) ......................... 97,889.75
Mosquito Funds ......................................... ... 10,000.00
Total .............. ... ...................... ........... $ 486,751.27
Unincorporated:
Taxes ............... ......................................... $ 310,505.48
Other Receipts (based on population) ......................... 62,585.25
Total ................................. ... ...... $ 373,090.73
Expenditures (Based on Population)
Incorporated 61 percent ................................. $1,559,525.48
Unincorporated 39 percent .................................. 997,073.66
Total ............... ........................... $2,556,599.14
Adopted this August 26, 1976
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
ELDRIDGE MONEY, CHAIRMAN
ATTEST: George Y. Core, Clerk
(SEAL)


enough uncuer social security.
Severely disabled people
who haven't worked long or
recently enough under social
security to get disability bene-
fits may be eligible for supple-
mental security income (SSI)
payments. The SSI program,
administered by social secur-
ity, makes monthly payments


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"There's no waiting period
under the SSI program," Rob-
inson said. "Payments start
when eligibility is determined.
In some cases, SSI disability
payments may be made to
people while they're waiting
for an eligibility decision."
People can get more infor-


ir-
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or


writing any social security
office, Robinson said.
The Social Security Admin-
istration is an agency of the U.
S. Department of Health, Edu-
cation and Welfare. The Pan-
ama City Social Security of-
fice is at 1316 Harrison Ave.
The phone number is 769-4871.


Legal Advertising


WATER SYSTEM FACILITIES IM.
PROVEMENTS, S&G PROJECT NO.
6713-08-01, PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA.
August 2,1976
DIVISION "A"
BID NO. 210
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
City of Port St. Joe
City Hall
Port St. Joe, Florida
Separate sealed B IDS for the construc-
tion of Water System Facilities Im-
provements, Project No. 6713-08-01, will
be received by the City Commission of
the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, at the
office of the City Auditor and Clerk, City
Hall, until 2:00 p.m., EDST, September
21, 1976 and then at said office publicly
opened and read aloud.
The scope of work consists of furnish.
ing all labor, equipment, materials and
incidentals and performing all work
necessary to construct the following:
PART I ELEVATED WATER
STORAGE TANKS
This work consists of furnishing and
installing one 500,000 gallon fluted
column elevated water storage tank
including foundations, overflow alarm
lights, cathodic protection, piping, ap-
purtenances and all other related work,
and dismantling one 100,000 gallon
existing elevated water storage tank and
all other appurtenances as shown on the
drawings and-or specified.
PART II-WATER DISTRIBUTION
MAINS
This work consists of furnishing
and installing approximately 4,030 feet
of 10 inch water distribution mains,
along with fittings, valves, flow control
system for existing 200,000 gallon ele-
vated water storage tank and all other
appurtenances as shown on the drawings
and-or specified.
Proposals may be submitted on PART
I and-or PART II. BIDDERS are advised
that a CONTRACT may be awarded on
PART I and-or PART II, jointly or
separately, whichever may be consi-
dered to be in the best interest of the
OWNER, the City of Port St. Joe.
The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, con-
sisting of Advertisement for Bids, Infor-
mation for Bidders, BID, BI-D Bond,
Agreement, GENERAL CONDITIONS,
SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL CONDI-
TIONS, SPECIAL PROVISIONS, Pay-
ment Bond, -Performance Bond,,
,TCi.EE ,F AWARD, NOTICE "'.TO
PROCEED CHANGE ORDER, DRAW-


INGS, SPECIFICATIONS and
ADDENDA, may be examined at the
following locations:
'Office of the City Auditor and Clerk,
City Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida, or at
the office of Smith and Gillespie
Engineers, Inc., 123 East Forsyth
Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
Copies of the CONTRACT DOCU-
MENTS may be obtained at the office of
Smith and Gillespie Engineers, Inc.,
located at P. 0. Box 53138, Jacksonville,
Florida 32201, upon payment of $46.80 for
each set which includes Florida State
Sales Tax. This payment will not be
refunded.
Only complete sets of plans and
specifications will be distributed. Bids
must be accompanied by a certified
check or bid bond in an amount not less
than 5 percent of the bid.
The bidder is advised that this project
is to be financed by a loan from the
Farmers Home Administration, U. S.
Department of Agriculture; financing
arrangements have not been completed.
Therefore, no bid may be withdrawn for
a period of. 60 days after the schedule
closing time for the receipt of bids.
The Owner reserves the right to reject
any or all bids-and to waive informa-
lities.
The bidder must have a current regis-
tration issued by the Florida Construc-
tion Industry Licensing Board.
CITY OF PORTST:.O3E, FLORIDA
By: -s-C. W. Brock,
City Auditor and Clerk
2t9-9


BID NO. 211
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
invites bids on the following described
insurance:
1. Municipal Building Coverage (See
Attachment A)
2. Municipal Hospital Coverage (See
Attachement B)
(Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's office)
Bids shall be sealed in an envelope and
plainly marked "Bid No. 211". All
bids must be F.O.B., Port St. Joe,
Florida, and approximate delivery date
shown. Bidders are requested to submit
bids in item sequence and totaled. The
:.f, .:. P.:ri 3i Joe reserv- ir.- r:ir,i io
p::r: ,i .:. r. .-, any or tc ii- .: io
waive-any formalities and to choose the


bid deemed best to meet the City's
needs. Each item is considered a
separate bid. Bids must be good for 30
days after opening. Single item bids are
acceptable.
Bids must be submitted to the City
Clerk's Office, P.O. Box A, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456, on or before 5:00
P.M., E.D.T., September 21, 1976. Bid
opening will be held at the Regular City
Commission Meeting September 21,
1976, at 8:00 P.M., E.D.T., in the Munici-
pal Building, Port St. Joe, Florida.
-s Michael Wright
City Auditor and Clerk 2t 9.9


James Odom


Services


Held
James E. Odom, age
73, a resident of Parker,
passed away Friday Sept. 3 in
a Pensacola Hospital.
Survivors include his wife,
Mrs. Lilla B. Odom of Parker,
one son, James E. Odom, Jr.,
of Miami, one daughter, Mrs.
Mable Bayley of Parker, one
brother Horace Odom of Flo-
rala, Ala. and four grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, Sept. 5 at the Com-
forter Funeral Home Chapel
with the Rev. W. N. Stephens
and Rev. J.C. Odum officiat-
ing. Interment was at the
Pleasant Rest Cemetery, Ov-
erstreet.
Pallbearers were M.C.
Wood, Carl Raffield, Robert
Raffield, I.C. Lupton, George
McLawhon and Henry Butts.


CARD OF THANKS
We appreciate the kind
deeds and words of comfort
offered by our friends during
the recent death of our sister
and sister-in-law, Lillie Sum-
mers of Bristol.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hall


Thanks to Gulf County


Friends and Relatives


I am humbly grateful to all my many
friends and relatives who worked so hard
for me throughout this campaign.

As you know it was possible for me to
work but very little due to my obligations in
the office and also because I didn't obtain
office help until August 25. But in spite of
these hindrances you all came through for
me. I will forever be grateful to each and
every one of you realizing that friends are of
much more worth than riches.

Again, I want to say thank you from the
bottom of my heart and I love you all.



Dessie Lee Parker

Supervisor of Elections
Mr r '


A Concerned Parent

My family and I would like to
express our appreciation for the sup-
port and vote you gave me in the first
primary on September 7th. Now we
look forward to Tuesday, September
,q 28th, and we earnestly solicit your
continued support and vote.


The selection of a school board
member is very important for the
; board is the policy-making body of our
School system; the quality of our
schools depends basically on how well
this is done. The future of our county
F--r rests with our children; the kind of

AWf. t adults our children will become de-
_"..... pends largely on our schools.


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School Board


Member

District 3


n I, James Hanlon, know that if we
short-change our children today, they
will pay for it during their productive
S years. I sincerely ask you not to leave
your children, and grandchildren's
Education to chance. We must balance
our education system with the needs of
our children, their families, and our
community.

I am concerned and well qualified
to serve as your school board member.
I am a product of the Gulf County
schools. I graduated from high school
in 1958, and I have attended Chipola
Junior College and the University of
West Florida extension in Panama
City. I majored in business administra-
tion. My family and I reside in
District 3 in Beacon Hill.


My family and I would like to
thank you again for your support and
vote. Be sure to listen to radio station
WJOE for messages about my candi-
dacy from me, my family, and my
N friends.


See you at the polls on Tuesday,
September 28th.

JAMES HANLON
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Sharks Win Sluggish Opener



7-0 Over Wewa "Gators"


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1976 PAGE FIFTEEN


The Beard brothers, Carl
and Tim, combined their
blocking and running talents
to score for the Sharks in the
last minute of Friday night's
opener, to give the Sharks a
7-0 victory over Wewahitchka.
The entire game had been a
lack-lustre defensive effort up
to that point, with each team
threatening to score, but nev-
er quite being able to cross the
goal line.
The Gators played the Port
St. Joe patented game of
getting the ball and control-
ling it Friday night, keeping
the Sharks from getting their
hands on the pigskin more
than their share of the game.
The Gators capitalized on
the quick spurts of backs
Curtis Addison and Mike
Wade in the first period and
worked the ball to the Sharks
four yard line in their first
series of downs in the ball-
game, before having to give it
up to the Sharks. The Gators
-.iad the ball first and goal on
-the Sharks' nine yard line, but
lost five on an offside penalty.
On fourth down, Wade rambl-
ed to the four yard line before
- he was hit and stopped by Keef
Pettis preventing the score.
Early in the second period,
the Sharks worked the ball to
the Gator 18 before penalties
put the score out of reach.
First game penalties shut the
scoring gate on the Sharks and
Gators both on several oc-
casions during the night.
The Shark defense pushed
the Gators back to their own
eight yard line after the
Sharks gave up the ball and it
looked as if the Gators were in
deep trouble, with their kicker
having to punt from the end
zone. The break for the Sharks
was soon ended, however,
when the referee ruled a b
roughing the kicker penalty a
against the Sharks, giving the p
Gators a first down on their Y
own 22 yard line. a
Late in the third period, the
Sharks were moving the ball f
After starting a drive on the b
Sown seven. Tim Beard ripped s
off two 10 yard runs for two
-straight first downs. He scoot- f
Sed around end behind the f


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Port St. Joe's only score Friday night receivers, even though Clyde Grady is boring in
came on the one yard plunge of Tim Beard, for the tackle. In the picture below, Gator Ernie
pictured above. Beard is barely visible in the Hall gets some hard yards and gets smacked by
center of the photo, to the left of Chester Fennell, Wade Stoutamire, foreground, and Curtis Wil-St
who is blocking. In the photo above, right, liams.
quarterback Keith Neel keeps his eye on his Photos


blocking of brother Carl for
another six and Terry Larry
licked up three and a half
'ards on the Sharks quest for
Third straight first down.
With less than a yard to go on
ourth down, the Sharks gam-
led, but the Gators held,
hitting off the drive.
The Gators then took over
rom the Shark 37 and drew a
ive yard penalty on the first
play. The second play was for
o1 gain, then quarterback
l3yde Grady faded back to
oss the bomb, but Keef Pettis
intercepted, giving the Sharks
he ball on the Gator 42.
The Sharks couldn't move
ind punted to the Gator seven.
'he Gators were stalled, too
nd could pick up only six
ards in the waning minutes of
the game before they had to
ive the ball back to the
harks.
The Sharks took the punt on
heir own 42 and started their
touchdown jaunt.
Keith Neel tossed a 17 yard
ass to Preston Gant, Tim
eard scooted around end for
ne of his several 10 yard
ains. Both Carl and Tim
eard combined their running
Ilents behind a determined
hark line to work the ball
own to a first and goal from
he Wewahitchka six. In two
lays, Tim Beard pushed to
he Gator one and, on third
own, bulled over for the
:ore. Preston Gant kicked
he extra point.
The Shark touchdown set
he Gators on fire in the last 45


seconds of the game and they
passed and ran the ball back
to the Shark 28 with 24 seconds
left on the clock. James Ward
put an end to their dreams by
intercepting a Grady pass on
the Shark 10 and ran back to
the 32 yard line where the
Sharks ran out the clock.
Freshman Tim Beard was
the Sharks' leading ground
gainer with 66 yards in 18
carries. His brother Carl,
when not blocking for Tim,
ran for 29 yards in seven
carries.
Curtis Addison was the
workhours for the Gators,
with 20 yards. Mike Wade,
who appeared in only the first
half of the game, had 19 yards.
FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night, the Sharks
will be host to a strong Florida
High team here in Port St.
Joe. The Sharks have treated
the Tallahassee squad rough
in past years, and it has been a
long series for the Demons.
They will be looking for
revenge.
THE YARDSTICK
PSJ Wewa


First Downs
Yards rushing
Yards passing
Return yardage
Passes
Punts
Fumbles lost
Penalties

Score by Quarters:
Port St. Joe
Wewahitchka


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115 94
16 4
32 10
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First United

Methodist Church
Constitution and Monument
Port St. Joe, Fla.
JOHNIE W. McCURDY, Minister
CHURCHSCHOOL ....................... 9:45 A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE ......... 11 A.M. & 7:00 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ...... 7:30 P.M.

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Church of Christ
invite you to meet with them:
Sunday Morning Bible Study ........... 10:00 A.M.
Sunday Morning Worship .............. 11:00 A.M.
Sunday Nght ....................... 6:00P.M.
Wednesday Night ..................... 7:00 P.M.

Corner 20th St. & Marvin
For information call
229-6969
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To the Citizens of Gulf County

We have made progress in my race for School Board
Member from District 4. I sincerely appreciate the wonderful r
vote and support I received in the Primary on Tuesday, Sep-
tember 7. 1976.

I would like to commend and congratulate two of my
opponents Herman Ard and Waylon Graham, for their fine
campaign.




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Friday, September 17


8:00 PM


1976 EDITION OF THE SHARKS-Front row, left to right: John Anderson, Derrick
Beard, Donnell Garland, Terry Larry, Lyndon Thomas, Barry Nobles, Ronald
Pickett, Vic Gilbert, Mike Cassani and Woody Jones. Second row, from left: Curtis
Williams, Joe Wilson, Greg Ingram, Rodney Herring, Chester Fennell, Keith Neel,
Tim Beard, Duane McFarland, Carl Beard, Sammy Neel and Tom Bouington. Back


Schedules

Varsity
Sept. 10 Wewa,
Sept. 17 Florida High
Sept. 24 Perry
Oct. 1 Lincoln
Oct. 8 Marianna
Oct. 15 Chattahoochee
Oct. 22 Chipley
Oct. 29 Wakulla
Nov. 5 Rutherford
Nov. 12 Blountstown


Jr. Varsity
Sept. 16 Wakulla
Sept. 30 Blountstown
Oct. 7 Wakulla
Oct. 14 Marianna
Oct. 21 Blountstown
Oct. 28 Rosenwald


7th & 8th Grade
Sept. 16 Wakulla
Sept. 23 Apalachicola
Sept. 30 Wewa
Oct. 7 Wakulla
Oct. 14 Apalachicola
Oct. 21 Wewa


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row, from left: Coach Gerald Lewter, Coach Bill Wood, Wade Stoutamire, James
Parker, Allan Sampson, Jody Taylor, Preston Gant, Ray Lawrence, Rick Taylor,
Keef Pettis, Joey Fontaine, Kevin Watts, Coach Kesley Colbert and Coach Wayne
Taylor. Not pictured are James Ward and Mitchell Gainer. -Star Photo


SHARK'S OPPONENT


Florida High "Demons"

ADMISSION Adults $2.00 Students $1.00
Reserved Seats $2.25
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Tickets on Sale At:
Smith's Pharmacy
S* Campbell's Drug
Buzzett's Drugs
S School Office


VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-On ground, from left: Jerri
Lewis, Sonja Robinson, Tammi McMillan, Nancy Knox, Mary


Margaret Bray and Vanessa Willis. On shoulders, Teresa Fort-
ner, Debra Stutzman and Vicki Land.


BOYLES
Clothing and Shoes for the family


227-4261


Carr's Auto Sales
Phone 229-6961
COSTIN'S
Quality at Savings Phone 227-7221

Dairyburger
Come By for a Snack
Danley Furniture Co.
Make Your House a Home
Driesbach's Cleaners
Pick-Up and Delivery
Earley Hdwe. Coastal Mfg.
Hwy. 98 Highland View Phone 229-2753


Florida 1st National Bank
at Port St. Joe
Hannon Insurance
and Real Estate
Kirk's 76 Service Station
301 Monument Ave. Phone 229-2622
Piggly Wiggly
For Greater Savings Phone 227-5161
Pollock Cleaners
and Laundry
Raffield Retail Market
Phone 229-6877
Ralph & Henry's Stand.
I11:3 oiloiinuint .\ve Phone 227-3056


Renfro Auto Parts
Phone 229-6013
Roche Furniture
Frigidaire Appliances Phone 227-5271


205 Third St.


Rich's IGA


St. Joe Natural Gas
Gas Is Naturally Better Phone 229-3831


Western Auto
David B. May


227-2271


Smith's Pharmacy
John Cooley, owner


229-4562


St. Clair Funeral Home
Phone 227-2671
St. Joe Auto Parts
Radoe haek
St. Joe Furniture
and APPLIANCE CO. Phone 229-1251
St. Joe Hardware Co.
Whirlpool Appliances Phone 227-8111


Thames Jewelers & Fabrics
302 Reid Avenue
Sugar Plum Tree
Billy J. Rich, owner Phone 229-6010
St. Joseph Florist
Jerry Padgett, owner 229-8223
Saveway Food Store
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