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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1977
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 8


Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1977


15' Per Copy


Pesky Parking Meters Problem Resolved





Contract Signed for Drainage Work


Three little parking meters
caused the City Commission
considerable consternation at
their regular meeting Tues-


day night. Local attorney, Bob
Moore, representing Starling
Oil Company of Panama City,
asked the Commission to re-


move the meters from the new
Shell Service Station which
has just been re-built here in
Port St. Joe, following a fire


last November which destroy-
ed the station.
Moore told the Commission
the meters stand squarely in


the middle of the drive ap-
proach to the new station and
offer not only an obstruction,
but a hazard to safety, in their


present location.
Mayor Pate reminded
Moore that the meters had
been in their present location
for nearly 20 years. He felt
that traffic could still ade-
quately gain entrance and
egress to the station since,
they still had over 30 feet of
entrance not encumbered by
meters. Mayor Pate said he
would be agreeable to remov-
ing the meters, but that he
thought the property owner
should pay the rental on the
removed meters such as other
businesses in the community
did for meters they had asked
to be removed for special
parking privileges.
Commissioner Benny Rob-
erts pointed out that the City
wished to cooperate, but that
Starling Oil had been uncoop-
erative toward the Commis-
sion on repeated requests and
demands to remove the burn-
ed out station after it was
destroyed. Roberts said,
"That created a hazard here
in the City for over four
months."
Commissioner Wesley R.
Ramsey stated, "I don't ap-
preciate the almost organized


movement which has been
instigated against the Com-
mission for the past 10 days,
trying to make us look like the
villian in this situation. The
meters have been there for 20
years and the property owners
knew it. The proper thing for
them to have done was to
properly petition the City
when they first started build-
ing, to re-designate these
three parking spaces as an
entrance drive and have the
meters removed. There was
no reason to try to discredit
the Commission in this mat-
ter. I will make the motion to
remove the meters, howev-
er."
The motion passed with the
exception of Mayor Pate who
voted "no", stating he still felt
the property owner should pay
rent on the spaces.
DRAINAGE
An item which involved
considerably more money and
more engineering didn't take
nearly so much time to resolve
as the three parking meters.'
The City's engineer, Bob
Gehrig, representing Smith
and Gillespie of Jacksonville,
brought tabulated bids to the


Commission for construction
of the drainage facilities to
.serve the eastern section of
the City and all bids were
more than the money avail-
able with which to do the job.
The low bid of $286,026.50
was $40,000 above the engin-
eers' estimate and $25,000
above the money available for
the job. The funds for the
project came via a grant from
the federal government from
Economic Development Ad-
ministration public works
funds.
Square "G" Construction
Company of Leesburg was the
low bidder.
Gehrig stated that the bids
went so high due to a recent
increase in the price of con-
crete pipe, which pushed the
total up considerably.
Gehrig told the Commission
they had the option of negotia-
tiating with the low bidder if
they wished to do so. -He
pointed out that the plans
called for two 48 inch pipes, to
carry water from the low
section, down 20th Street to
the drain ditch in Forrest
Park. "This will take care of
(Continued on Page 3)


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Port St. Joe's New Public Library Building



Library Dedication Sunday


Public Invited to Attend, Tour Building


The people of Port St. Joe will formally
dedicate the new library building just completed
* here in the City Sunday afternoon in a simple
ceremony to be held in front of the new building,
located next to the Gulf County Courthouse.
Hosts for the dedication ceremony, which is
-open to the general public are: the Gulf County
Commission, the Port St. Joe City Commission
and the Gulf County Library Board and building
committee.
Representative William J. Rish will preside
over the ceremony which will get underway at
2:00 p.m. Mrs. James T. McNeill, chairman of
the Gulf County Library Board will give the
welcome.
The dedication address will be given by Dr.
Richard Morley, former president of Gulf Coast


Community College, now retired.
Others ,on the program will be Mrs. Jane
Patton, district librarian, Rev. Johnny McCurdy
and Everett Owens, Jr., chairman of the Gulf
County Commission and Frank Pate, Mayor of
the City of Port St. Joe.
The ceremony will be concluded with the
unveiling of a portrait of Corinne Costin Gibson,
after whom the library has been named. Dr.
Thomas Gibson, the husband of the late Mrs.
Gibson, spurred plans for construction of the new
facility by a donation of $50,000 in memory of his
late wife. The remainder of the construction
funds were secured by the County Commission in
a grant from the State Library Board:
An open house will be held after the
ceremony until 5:00 p.m., when the public will be


invited to tour the new facilities.
The library will be operated by the
Northwest Regional Library, of which Gulf
County is a participating member. The Library
system operates in several Northwest Florida
counties.
The new building was constructed by
Kolmetz Construction Company of Panama City.
Charles Arthur Gaskin of Wewahitchka is the
architect.
Construction and planning of the building
has been overseen by the ad hoc Gulf County
Library Building Committee. W. B. Simmons is
chairman and members are: Everett Owens,
Jr., S. C. Player, Charles B. Smith, Mrs. James
T. McNeill, Jane Patton, Otis Davis, Jr., C. W.
Brock, T. S. Coldewey and William J. Rish.


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Port St. Joe Is A Safe Place for Pedestrians

he City of Port St.. Joe has Safety Citation for having no This award was given by the ciation in its 38th Annual Ped- gram.
en awarded a Pedestrian pedestrian fatalities in 1976. American. Automobile Asso- estrian Safety Inventory Pro-
SThe AAA program, the only
m)e of its kind, aims at focus-
ng national and local atten-
:ion on pedestrian safety
ieeds by giving recognition to
:ities and states which have
ihown superior achievement
in their pedestrian death and,
o..injury records and have con-
lucted effective pedestrian
i safety programs.
/ .
Pedestrian safety is too
.., oftenn given little attention in
manytraffic safety pro-
grams. according to the Pen-
nsula Motor Club. Yet, the
organizationn noted, pede-
;trians account for nearly 50
percent of all traffic fatalities
n a majority of urban metro-
,olitan areas.
Awards and citations are
presented on the basis of low
.pedestrian death and injury
figures and on accident pre-
vention programs which are
evaluated in seven key
J-.areas-maintenance of effi-
cient accident records system,
safety legislation, enforce-
ment, traffic engineering,
traffic safety organization,
quality of school traffic safe-
y programs and active pub-
ic information and eauca-
,ion programs.
Through the program, AAA
mnd its affiliated clubs hope to
Hampton Dunn, center, vice president of Peninsula accomplishment of the City of Port St. Joe being without a increase public awareness of
lotor Club, AAA, presents a plaque of recognition to Mayor pedestrian traffic death during the year 1976. -Star photo the need for strong pedestrian
r _nr,. etol. ta_, U W. I.,..-ur. .-... in .....-.... ..Isafety projects.


Queen Debra

Miss Debra Stutzman is shown above
being crowned Homecoming Queen of Port St.
Joe High School by last year's Queen, Cissy


Lowery. Miss Stutzman was selected from a
field of 11 candidates by students of Port St.
Joe High School to reign in the honorary
position for the remainder of the school year.
, Miss Stutzman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ollie Stutzman, was crowned in half-time
ceremonies of the Port St. Joe-Chattahoochee
football game last Friday night. -Star photo


Two Arrested by Deputies for


Poaching Oysters Off Lease


Members of the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department, assist-
ing Florida Marine Patrol
Officer Carl Richter, arrested
two persons the evening of
October 11th and charged"
them with poaching oysters
longing to Jimmy McNeill of,
Indian Pass.
Arrested were Randy Hall,
age 21, of Overstreet, and a
white male juvenile that gave
a Highland View address.
Both were charged with tres-
passing on the lease and
gathering oysters after sun-
set. Hall was released on a
$612.00 bond, while the juven-
ile was released to his parents.
Captain Gordon McCall,
District I Supervisor for the
Florida Marine Patrol, would
like to remind the public that
there are certain posted leases


that are closed to the general
public and further warns that
it is illegal to harvest oysters
after sunset.
In addition to the above
charges, it was reported by
Gulf County Sheriff Ken Mur-
phy that Hall was also
charged with possession of
marijuana and possession of
narcotics paraphanalia. Sher-
iff Murphy states that these
charges were made by Gulf
County deputies Raymond
Watson and James Mock,
when they brought Hall's ve-
hicle to the Sheriff's Depart-
ment compound and discover-
ed the contraband during a
routine vehicle inventory. Hall
was freed on these charges,
after posting a $1,050.00 bond.
Elizabeth Hall, age 18 and
wife of Randy Hall, was ar-


rested during the early morn-
ing hours-Wednesday, by Lt.
Mack White of the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department, when
Mrs. Hall came to the Gulf
County Jail to post bond for
her husband. It was discover-
ed by White that Mrs. Hall
illegally possessed prescrip-
tion drugs, as well as having in
her possession a quantity of
marijuana. Elizabeth Hall
was freed on a $2,025.00 bond
after being charged with two-
counts of illegal possession of
a controlled substance.
Sheriff Murphy states that
the illegal use of drugs con-
tinues to pose a problem in the
county, and that he and his
department will continue with
every effort to demonstrate
the seriousness of these
crimes in hopes to eliminate
drugs in Gulf County.


Frank Pate, IeR, and H. W. Ciriffin, rignt, to ooserve we










PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1977
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EDITORIALS:




:President Should Listen


S.. to Experts


SNow we're 'worried about the
4iture of the energy supply in this
nation. We're not worried, about the
4ility of our firms to produce it,


slap controls on its sale and pricing.
Now is the time to allow the gas
firms to make aYl'isible profit in
order to explore for additional
o i lr i c ''' 'rn .


:.yeV re worrI U aIUUUL wiiLIIL u er U jjor uJI. Oi.
al.e're worried about whether or not As we see it, the decontrol of gas
"'r government will let them. prices would stop the present prac-
President Carter's news confer- tice of burning off billions of cubic
ence last week was the catalyst feet of natural gas each year as
which put us in fear of our future so waste at the well head. The gas is
far as energy and an adequate burned off simply because at the
supply is concerned, present price, the firm would lose
.1 i n e money by getting it to market.
In defense of his plan to continue Simply discouraging this burning of
price controls on natural gas and its natural gas as wastee should go a
supply, President Carter made the long way toward solving our short-
!statement that were the government age in this valuable fuel and energy
.,g remove the controls on natural source
Tas, it would increase in price by 17 We have made up our mind that
aimes. should Tom Knox have to cut off our
R The President, especially, heating gas this. winter simply
should i bettflil 'tjog e a .. because n't get ilt' ell"^i.Us,
vild cT a ch aSthatlttwiO te U .e're go' PRams, riorgfi'aid
_hard for us to believe that any camp with Miz LHllian or Billy until
American'business as large as the the cold weather abates.
-petroleum industry would take ad- We're certainly no expert on the
'vantage of a situation of shortages to matter, but neither is the President.
-4hat extent. Should they do so, then We think he should listen to those
-would be the time for Government to who are.


RestforITVs


:t- General Torilljo made a visit to
'ilVashington last week and assured
'he United States that the Panama
;%anal treaty contained provisions
rhich would allow United States
vWarships to be first to get through
-he Canal ahead of any other waiting
,ships during times of emergency. He
.-as sort of hedgy about whether or
Aiot the United States would have
'free reign to see that the Canal was
protected should it be given to the
'Panamanians. We take that to mean
:fhat we will. not be allowed to do so.
SWe don't particularly mind the
fTited States agreeing to give the
|inamanians the canal if they could
id m depended on to operatee it in the
jminner the United States has during
htbese many years it has been under
stir jurisdiction.
We particularly take exception
Eto- the present treaty which would
require that the United States pay
jhe nation of Panama, in money,
Almost as much as the Canal is



SLetters. to t


worth today on the market, to take
the Canal from us. Too, we don't
particularly care for the United
States being involved in the lion's
share of the operational expenses
after we give it back to the
Panamanians. Mostly, we don't like
giving it to a dictator, who gained
office through revolution and hostili-
ties and who faces the same fate as
his predecessor -t just any given
time by a head of tate who may not
be disposed to allowing the United
States to have any preferential
treatment at all over the Canal and
its operation.
As a matter of.fact, the United
States would fac& the very real
threat of having the Canal pass to
unfriendly hands even before the
transfer of the Canal ownership to
Panama could even be accomplish-
ed.
We think it best for us and the
free world that the United States
continue control apd operation, whe-
ther we wish to or not.
'?.'


he Editor


-Offers Thanks for


ICSF Drive Help

-- October 17 cees for their hamburger
%ear Mr. Ramsey, stand; Sherry Bowen and Lin-
I would like to thank every- da Killingsworth for the rum-
.jne in Port St. Joe who has mage sale; Mr. Hurlbut for
helpedd make the Cystic Fibro- the use of his lot; Billy Rich's
:4s Campaign a success. A donation of space; the Boyles,
speciall thanks to you and your for their equipment; Mary
paper for helping make people Bell Sims, Maydell Pettis,
Beware of our campaign. Diane Thursby, Dawn Ford,
SOver $400 was donated to Gloria Ramsey, and all the
VP worthy organization by volunteers who helped make
the people of Port St. Joe. this a successful campaign.
I would also like to thank God bless you,
Bill Lyles of WJOE; the Jay- Patti Groos, Chairman


Puppet

Show at

Library
The Northwest Regional Li-
brary Sytem will present the
puppet show "The Three Little
Pigs". The three little pigs
make their way through this
version of the familiar story
despite a few difficulties from
a wolf. ,Be sure to attend at
3:00. on Friday. October 21, at
the new Port St. Joe Public
Library. Admission is free.
New Library hours are as
follows: Monday, 10 AM to 8
PM; Tuesday. Thursday and
Friday; 10 AM to 6 PM; and
Saturday, 10 AM to 2 PM.
Shop the Classifieds!


Fun Day Was Fun


People gathered by the hundreds Saturday afternoon in the City Park
on Fifth Street to enjoy the High School Band's second annual Fun Day. The
kids played games, the adults rummaged through rummage and craft sales,
everybody ate delicious mullet dinners and everybody enjoyed an Informal
concert given by the band. The band members pressed some of their
graduate members and their director, Ray Smith, into service to help them
in several numbers. Everything was informal and enjoyable .. even the
weather, which was beautiful. In the photo at left, Tracy Pierce and John
Clenney prepare fish for the deep fryer. In the photo at- top, ladies check
out the rummage. -Star photo


Kiwanis


Selling

Cakes
Port St. Joe Kiwanians have
embarked on their annual
project of selling holiday fruit
cakes baked by the Claxton
Bakeries of Claxton, Georgia.
The cakes were received by
the club last Tuesday and are
now distributed to all the
members for sale.
The club uses the funds from
the cake sales to finance their
youth work here in the com-
munity.
At their regular meeting
Tuesday, the Club viewed a
*. filmn ade of4a program whlch
: sends high 'schbot students to'
Washington, D.C. for a week's
stay, observing the national
government in action. The
club participates in sponsor-
ing this program here in the
Port St. Joe schools.
The film was shown by Ken
Herring.
Guests of the club were Key
Clubbers Duane McFarland,
Steve Allen, Rhonda Heath
and Linda Rushing.

For

Ambulance
Call -

227-2311


ETAOIN SHRDLU
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


Unless you are at least 40 years old, you had
just as well pass this piece on by: you won't know
what it's talking about.
Do you remember what home made butter
tasted like? I used the past tense, "tasted" since
I know none of you eat home made butter as a
regular thing these days.
I didn't remember much about the taste, but
I clearly remember having to take about 30 to 45-,
minutes out of a crowded day when I was a boy *'.
while Momma made me turn the churn which
made the butter out of the cow's cream which
had been saved for several days. I have turned
the paddle churns, shook the half gallon fruit jars
and jogged the long stick in a wooden barrel until
the butter came. Sometime it was a little slow in
forming in the cream and I got impatient. I knew
better than to stop before the butter formed,
however.
What we were talking about is the taste of
home made butter.
I was reminded of the soft salty whang of
home made butter last week when Mrs. Robert
Cantley of up near Wewa, brought me a pat of
fresh home made butter. Mrs. Cantley is the
mother-in-law of son number two, Willie, who is
associated with us here at the newspaper office.
It had been so long since I had tasted home


Panama Canal One of


Three Most Strategic


With the treaty to give the
Panama Canal to Panafima
foremost in the news these
days. program chairman Sid
Ellis of the Rotary Club
showed his club members
some films he made at the
Canal during a vacation trip a
few years ago. Ellis also gave
the Rotarians some facts and
figures about the Canal which
are not generally known.
Ellis said the Canal is now
operated by the United States
under a treaty with Panama
which gives the United States
jurisdiction over the Canal for
operation, maintenance and
defense "in perpetuity".
The Canal is one of three
strategic canals in the World
which connects two bodies of
water. The other two canals
are the Kiel and Suez. The Kiel
is shorter than the Panama
Canal and the Sfiez is twice as
long.
The Panama Canal is the
only one of the three which
utilizes locks. The Isthmus of
Panama is the lower region
of the Continental Divide and
form a hump between the
Pacific and Atlantic oceans.
Ships must be raised some 50
or so feet to get over the
Divide.
Another oddity about the
Canal is that ships travelling
from the Atlantic toward the
Pacific Ocean. travel in an


easterly direction. The Pacific
mouth of the waterway is
actually a few points east of
the Atlantic side, due to the
configuration of the land at the


point of the Canal.
Guests of the club were
Bill Ebersole of Rome, Ga.,
and Wheelettes Karen Collins-
worth and Gloria Thompson.


A Layman's View


Bible Notes


BY BILLY NORRIS
It's peculiar how sometimes
we can become hungup on a
word or phrase of scripture
that we don't understand. It
can bother our spirit so much
as when reading this particu-
lar scripture we will ignore or
quickly read past it. Such was
a word in Revelation 21:8 for
me. The verse in total reads:
"But the fearful, and unbeliev-
ing, and the abominable, and
murderers, and whoremong-
ers, and sorcerers, and idola-
ters. and all liars, shall have
their part in the lake which
burneth with fire and brim-
stone, which is the second
death (KJV)." The word
which bothered me was
"liars." Not only does it say
I"liars-" but it says "all liars,
shall have their part in the
lake---." We are all liars, so
how could anyone escape "the
lake which burneth."
The Holy Spirit in His
infinite love directed me to the
answer in 1 John 2:22, "Who is


a liar but he that denieth that
Jesus is the Christ?-" Praise
God the born again Christian
does not deny that "Jesus is
the Christ" and has no part in
"the lake which burneth with
fire and brimstone."



Tides

High and low tides for St.
Joseph's Bay for the upcom-
ing week are shown in the
table below. The information
is furnished by the U. S.
Weather Bureau station in


Apalachicola.
High
Thurs. 3:42 A
Fri. 4:51 A
Sat. 6:20A
10:14 P
Sun. 8:27 A
9:18P
Mon. 9:09P
Tues. 9:24P
Wed. 9:46 P


Low
2:15 P
2:33 P
2:41 P
2:46 A
4:48A
5:57 A
6:48 A


made butter that I had nearly forgotten how it
fits on top of a piece of hot toast, or in a bowl of
hot apple sauce.
Home made butter is different and until I
moved to Florida at the tender age of 13, it was
the only spread I had ever eaten and Mother
Nature knew it. On occasion, since that time, I
have had a taste or two of the "real stuff".
I agree with "Mother Nature" on the
mrga. e3,inheril "-- o6u cahnt fool her or
anyone.There is jus lo comparison between the
bland, silky taste of the artificial or manufactur-
ed butter put out these days as compared with
the slight salty taste with just a faint hint of tart
clabber of the real stuff.
YQU can't fool me with the artificial stuff,
either.

I sneaked out of the office for a few minutes
Saturday afternoon, when I should have been
writing this blurb and visited the Band Booster
Fun Day at the city park.
The Band Boosters were having a ball, as
well as raising a few dollars to help pay for some
expensive uniforms for our superb band.
About the best thing at the Fun Day was the
relaxed atmosphere. Nobody was in a hurry.
Everyone was just cooling it, eating the delicious
fish, hushpuppies, baked beans and cole slaw,
prepared by a host of volunteers. The kids were
playing the games provided, such as the fish
pond, the duck pond and the basketball throw.
The adults were browsing through a rummage
sale and looking at a couple of tables loaded
down with some handicrafts. The handicrafts
were something to see. There had been many a
twitch of the finger to make all those little
doo-dads.
The best part of the Fun Day was the
fellow-ship and the relaxed atmosphere.
If you have never put out a newspaper week
after week, which has to be out at the same time
regardless of whether or not there is something
to fill it up with, whether or not intricate
machinery breaks down or whether or not you
feel like it,. an hour or two of diversion with
people who have no deadlines or schedules to
meet is a welcome respite.

I had a fellow call the office last Friday
evening and bless us out good.
This fellow came to the homecoming parade
down town and got there too late and missed it
all.
The fellow was mad because we didn't put in
the paper that the parade started at 4:30 Eastern
Daylight Time. He came at 4:30 Central
Daylight Time. Of course, everyone but him had
gone home by that time.
That's what we get for taking anything for
granted. I just assumed that everyone who lived
here knew that Port St. Joe was on Eastern time
and would naturally assume that we would use
the local time in listing any event scheduled.
here. This fellow said he was a visitor at Mexico
Beach and didn't know of the time difference and
we should have been more explicit.
I felt bad about that. However, if he had but
called me ahead of time, I would have gone out to
Mexico Beach and picked him up to make sure
he arrived on time.
With that offer made, I feel it is just as nuch
his fault as mine that he missed the parade. He
should have known we would offer this service.


W -THE STAR-
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By The Star PubUthig Company
Secondclas Postsage Pat port St.- Jo. Florda 245u
Wusleyt Ramsey ........ ................... Editor nd Publisher
S P William H. Ramsey .............................Production Supt.
-- Frenucie L. Ramsey ................................ Office Manager
SMhety K. Ramsey........................ Typesetter, Subscriptions
POSTOFFICE BOX 308 PHONE 227-3161
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THE STAR. Port St. Jop. Fla. THURSDAY. OCT. 20, 1977


OBITUARIES:


Funeral Services Held


Sfor Louis E. Sewell


Louis Elijah Sewell, age 65,
died Tuesday, October 11, at


his home at Howard Creel
was a native of Round L
and had been a reside


Miss Fisher Howard Creek for the pa
years. He was a retired
fitter, a member of the P
Dies In Wewa bers and Steamfitters L
229 and a.veteran of Word
Miss Annie Pearl Fisher, 37, II.
a resident of Wewahitchka, Survivors include: his -
died Tuesday at her home. Mrs. Rose Lee Sewel
Survivors include: her par-. Howard Creek: two da
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel ters Patricia Butlw
Fisher of Wewahitchka; three Panama City and Mrs. i
brohters, Henry Fisher of Or- nette K irby of St. Peter
land, and Solomon and a son. Robert Sewell of
Emanuel Fisher, 'both of mingham. Ala.: three sis
Wewahitchka; four sisters, Mrs Bertha Bolton of Ta
Julia. Mae Smith and Dorothy Mrs. Mamie Hurst of T
Jean Gather, both of Panama hassee and Mrs. Lois Loy
City, and Loretta and Maretta Chipa y: and two grands
Fisher, both of Wewahitchka. Chpy: and two grands
. Funeral services were held Funeral services were
at two p.m. (CST) this past Thursday. October 13. at
Sunday in the Faison Temple p.m. ,in the First Ba|
of Wewahitchka, with the Rev. Church of Port St. Joe
Williams officiating. Inter- Rev. Bill Heaton, and
ment followed in the family Orval Reynolds official
plot of Williamsburg Ceme- Interment was in the f
tery of Wewahitchka. Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the St. Clair Funeral Homrn
direction of Comforter Fun- Port St. Joe was in charge
eral Home of Port St. Joe. all arrangements.






News. .

From the High School


Sign Drainage Contract.


k. He
Lake,
it of
st 10
pipe
lum-
Local
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wife.
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Bir-
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By WOODY JONES


Here's what happened at Con
Port St. Joe High School T
during the past week: wit
Last Wednesday, the new Pa
Keyettes had to pay the price wil
for the right to wear those ES
gold-colored jerseys they (
wear on the days they have $15
meetings. That's right; initia- cot
tion. -dre
The new Keyettes; Paula A
Tankersley. Cindy Murphy, Pol
Lynn Besore, Tinker Jolley, we
Teresa Nichols, Simona
Williams, Stacye Trammell,
f Rhonda Heath and Mary Dell
Adkison, had to come to school
dressed in whatever the older
Keyettes wanted them to
wear.
During their regular weekly
meeting, the Keyettes elected
Duane McFarland the
"Dreamboy."
The Key Club also had a
meeting Wednesday. Voting
was held for this year's Key
Club "Sweetheart." Winning
by a landslide victory was
Debra Stutzman.
The NJROTC unit attended
the U.S. Marine Corps Band
Concert in Panama City on
October 18th. The cadets
served as patron parking
attendants for the occasion.
UPCOMING EVENTS
The Wheelettes arid Rotary
Club are sponsoring a
Costume Dance Oct. 28 in the
Port St. Joe High. School



McLeod


Receives


Medal
The Army Commendation
Medal was presented to Spec-
ialist Four Phillip C. McLeod
for exceptionally meritorius
service during the period of
January 27, 1975 to September
12, 1977, while assigned to the
984th Military Police Com-
pany, Fort Carson, Colorado.
While assigned duties as a
Military Police Investigator
for the Fort Carson Law En-
forcement Command, he per-
sonally investigated in excess
of 700 cases, constantly de-
monstrating an outstanding
ability to identify subjects and
recover military and personal
property, thus contributing
significantly to the reduction
of crime at Fort Carson and a
marked increase of soldier
morale.
His willingness to work
many hours on covert opera-
tions many times putting his
personal safety in jeopardy,
set him apart as an example
for his subordinates, peers,
and superiors to emulate and
reflects credit upon himself,
the Military Police Corps and
the United States Army.
McLeod has been honorably
discharged from the U. S.
Army, and is now employed at
a policeman with the City of
Port St. Joe Police Depart-
ment.


mmons Area.
here will be Disco-Dancing
th Pro-Disco (deejay from
nama City). and. the dance
1 last from 8:30 to 1:00 AM,

Cash prizes Will be given;
.00 for the beit dressed
uple, $10.00 for the best
esssed individual.
And that's what went on at
rt St. Joe High School last
ek.


the. 25 year storm flood exper-
ience". he said, pointing out
that the 25 year storm flood
designation is the worst in-
stance of flooding recorded
over a 25 year period,
. Gehrig suggested that the
Commission negotiate with
the contractor Wednesday
morning on putting in 42 inch
pipes. reducing the size by six
inches. He said. "I have


calculated the price of the two
pipe sizes and the smaller one
will come within the money
available."
Gehrig stated the 42 inch
pipe size would. collect and
hold the equivalent of nearly
three inches of rainfall per
hour. "This would give con-
siderable relief for people in
the affected area'.', Gehrig
stated.
















,


Meal-Size Potato


A. R. Gary of Mexico Beach came up with enough sweet
potato to last he and his wife a week in just one tuber last
week when he harvested his potato crop at the beach. The
sample, being held by Mr. Gary, weighed -44 pounds.
-Star photo


Essentially. what the pipe
will do is to keep the present
drain ditch about half its
normal depth of water, thus
providing a catch basin and a
downhill fall in times of heavy
rainfall.
Wednesday morning. Geh-
rig called the contractor and
negotiated a price of $258.570.
using the smaller pipe size,
The Commission agreed to the
change in pipe size and order-
ed the contract to be signed.
The contractor has V days
Sto get his project uer-way.
WANTS TO BU'Y
Gary Anderson of Panama
City approached the Commis-
sion Tuesday night and offer-
ed to buy a block of property
owned by the City on Main
Street in North Port St. Joe.
The property .was formerly
occupied by the Washington
Elementary School.
Anderson said he was inter-
ested in building low -rent
apartments on the site, under
the FHA rental housing pro-
gram. He said his price for the
property would be governed
by how much expense would
be involved in getting water
and sewer service.
The City. which had recent-
ly had the property appraised,
wants to sell the land at a
reasonable price.
Mayor Frank Pate told An-
derson to make the City an
offer on the property, intimat-
ing the City would take $25,-
000. Anderson again pointed to
his wanting to'know how much
the sanitary services would
cost him. Pate then said the
City was in no hurry to sell and
that others had expressed a
desire to buy.
Anderson then made a firm
offer for the property of
$17.000 but his bid was reject-
ed by the Board.
OTHER BUSINESS
In'other business, the Board
agreed to:
-Award a bid for a new
garbage truck to Truck Equip-
ment Sales in the amount of


. .JL AZ .5.

$27.813.96.
-Encourage the County
Commission to submit an
economic development plan to
the federal government.
-Purchased a welding ma-
chine from Welders' Supply
Company for $1.853.15.
-Adopted a resolution al-


Frn Im Pehcv I


lowing the City to borrow up to
$1 million from the Florida
Bank to be used as interim
financing on the water service
improvement and expansion
pr-"ram now under way.
accepted a petition con-
tining 38 names asking that
reconsideration be given to


allowing mobile homes to
locate in certain areas of
North Port St. Joe. The Com-
mission agreed to hold ,a
hearing on the matter.
-Agreed to purchase the
remainder of the lot on which
the water pump house sits on
Garrison Avende.


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PAGE FOUR


Evelyn


Smith





Wins
te-U Ladies' Fall Match Play
on October 11,ights12 and 13.
Evelyn Smith took top
S honors in the tourney winning
the championship flight Run-
net-up was Marge Ely.
"Other. flights and winnnez
S were:
First flight, winner Frances
Chain, runner up Patty Mil-
ler; second flight, winner
Betty Hill, runner-up Vivian
Hardy and third flight, winner
Hazel Barton and runner-up
Phyllis Altstaetter.
7 Consolation winners in the
various flights were: cham-
pionship, Lois Smith; first
flight, Zella Anderson; sec-
ond flight, Marjorie Miller and
third, Monica Stone.
.Lpw gross winners for the
three day tournament were
Lois Smith 282, Janet'King 280
and Margaret Costin 290.


THE STAR, Part St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 20,


Patrick (antley


Patrick

Is Three


Patrick Cantley celebrated
his third birthday last Friday,
October 14. He is the son of
Mr. ahd Mrs. Robert Cantley,
Jr. of Port St. Joe.


IMasquerade Ball Planned


A masquerade ball will be place, $15.00 for second place
S ield on Saturday, Oct. 29 at and $10.00 for third place will
8:00p.m. at the 10-Pin Lounge. go for best costumes. Admis-
The ball, sponsored by the sion will be $2.00 for those in
rt St. Je Jaycees, is being costume and $2.50 for those
Qhrd to help raise money for not in costume.
'hristmas for Underprivi- Everyone is invited to come
ilged Children" in the area. out and have a good time while
prizes of $25.00 for first helping the Jaycees help


O' I
oGulf County

School Lunch



I MENUS


Gulf County Schools
Lunchroom Menus
-l. Mo ct dt.
"'Hot ddgs, buttetrM tn
epie slaw, cookies, milk.i
Tuesday, Oct. 2.5
Meat loaf, rice with gravy
turnips, fruit pie. cornbread
milk.
Wednesday, Oct.26
,Chicken pot pie with pea
cd carrots, tomato wedge
.I scuit with butter, jello, milk
S Thursday, Oct. 27
..Fish, grits, baked bean
coleslaw, cookie, bread, mill

Celebrates

-Birthday
Shebretia Shonkaye Daniel
recently celebrated her firs
birthday. She lives with hE
parents in Wewahitchka
Grandparents are Mr. an
Mrs. Willie Jenkins of Wew;
hitchka and Mr. and Mrs,
Marvin Chambers of 285 Av<
nue D. Port St. Joe.

Men's and

Women's

"%Day Set
O. n Sunday, October 23, thi
S church of God in Christ on I&
Avenue D, Port St. Joe, wi
observee their annual Men'
and Women's Day. Activitis
Swill begin with Sunday Schoo
at .10 a.m. Noon Day service
"'ill feature as speaker Mr
Ai:alee Johnson, President <
: e N.A.A.C.P. of Apalach
cola. Evening Service at 7:(
p.m. will feature Hubet
Thomas of Zion'Fair Baptis
as speaker.
i:The theme is "Manifestin
tie Christ Life", II Cor. 4:6-1i
Your attendance and suppol
Is needed and appreciated I
Order to make this day
s success.

;Iawn Anchors
rTroy Senator
,The Student Governmer
associationn senate election
were held recently at Tro
(ate University, in Troy, Ala
bama.
.:Dawn Anchors, a junict
iiom Port St. Joe, was elected
senator from Hamil Hall.
,';She is the daughter of M]
aId Mrs. S. J. Anchors of Poi
St. Joe.


Friday, Oct.28
Hamburger with lettuce and
ato. Vnayv be lim4Jelo
Rookie, milk. '" '
Menus are subject to change
y, due to the availability of food.


4


Sebrletia Daniels


others.

The
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Westside Baptist Church of
Wewahitchka will sponsor a
Youth Revival October 28-30.
Leading in the services will be
Steve Cloud and Scotty White
of Port St. Jo", who are
ministerial students at Mobile
College. Steve will be preach-

Mission

Group H

Visits Park
Members of Mission Group
II of First United Methodist
Church visited Eden State
Park on October 17th. Ac-
companying the members
were Mrs. Minnie Howell,
Mrs. Maybel Swatts and Rev.
and Mrs. Johnnie McCurdy.
After a tour of the home and
a walk on the grounds, a picnic
lunch was spread and period
of fellowship.. A brief business
meeting was held and a pro-
gram given by Mrs. Emmie
Joines, who also gave a his-
tory of the Point Washington
Methodist Church, which is
not quite a century old. The
group then visited the quaint
old church for a prayer and
song service.
The gardens of the home
were especially lovely, and
the group came away with a
feeling of accord with the
words on a plaque near the
home, "He who loves a gar-
den, . always has his 'eden'."


When the young set learns to cook, the teacher should in-
clude lessons on what will taste good to, them, prove east
master and practice bolth economy and good nutrition.' i
The order might sound like a tall one;, but it's very probable
with Sloppy Joes. This recipe isn't just a new copy of an old
teen-age favorite. This one is even tastier with such ingredients
as crunchy chopped green pepper, celery and onion, tangy
barbecue sauce and 3-Minute Brand Oats. Oats? Here's an
addition which adds smoothness and promises the economy of
stretching the entree to serve many more. It's the same oats as
the whole family loves for breakfast. Barbecue sauce, home-
made or store-bought, gives the expected tang to the Joes.
The- recipe for neat Sloppy Joes is an easy one. Since it
offers the protein that the teens truly need, and the flavor is
simply 'delectable, it's a neat recipe that the young set will
enjoy cooking and eating. With crisp celery sticks served
'longuide, the Sloppy Joes are always neat. Yes, the young set
cooks neat Sloppy Joes when they learn to cook.
Sloppy Joes
2 pounds ground beef 2 cups water
1 cup chopped green 1 cup 3-Minute
pepper Oats
I cup chopped celery 2 tablespoons flour
1 cup chopped onion 1 teaspoon salt
2 cups barbecue sauce
Combine beef, green pepper, celery and onion in skillet and
cook until meat is browned. Add remaining ingredients and
simmer for 35 minutes. Serve hot on buns. Makes 8 to 10
servings.


Did You Know?
That Social Security will pay $255.00 as a death
benefit to most survivors?
That, wartime veterans have other benefits
available to their family?

The Comforter Funeral Home
would like to inform you of VA and Social
Security benefits.

The Comforter Family
has been serving Gulf County and surrounding
Area for 31 years with ministry to bereaved
families and with traditional quality service.
The Comforter Family will continue to serve
our area with the same personal service
K you've come to expect. Come by and visit with
us to learn more about financial benefits. The
director is available to counsel... .to help...
and to reassure. These are the services your
funeral director at the Comforter Funeral
SHome has been trained to give.

Call 227-3511
at any time day or night. Stop in at 6th and
Long Avenue for your free copy of a book en-
titled "Guidelines". You will find
it reassuring and informative.
The Comforter Funeral Home is
Dedicated to serve.


Comforter Funeral Ho!e


Phone 227-3511


601 Long Ave.


ing and Scotty will conduct the
music, All of the meetings will
be held at the Wewa Com-r
munity Building. Services will
begin each evening at 7:00 pm,
with Sunday morning worship
at 11:00 am. Other activities
are being planned in conjunc-

Mrs. Krisher

Hosts Group
Mission Group, I of the First
*United Mehodist Church met
in the home of Mrs. Charles
Krisher, October 18th, .with
thirteen members present.
Mrs. Floyd Roberts, chair-
person, opened the meeting
with the devotion.
Mrs. Ralph Swatts gave a
very interesting report on
their trip to Lake Junaluska,
North Carolina, for the Laity
Retreat. The theme was
"Christ's Love Reaching out
Through Us". The goals of
each annual conference is to
win persons to Christ. Evan-
gelism in the Church School,
personal growth, soul de-
velopment and full maturity to,
Christ, and.percentage growth
in new members.
The meeting was closed
with the benediction. The next
meeting will be with Mrs. J.
Lamar Miller.


J06


Enmmanuel nCheerleaders
Cindy Atkins, a 1976 high Emmanuel Pageant. The
honor graduate of Port St. Joe pageant will be held on the
High School is presently at- college campus Saturday
tending Emmanuel College in morning, Oct. 22, at 8:00 p.m.


tion with the revival services,
including a fellowship supper
on Saturday night.
According to Westside's
pastor, Bro. Gene White, .
"This revival emphasis should
be a concern of the com-
munity. for the spiritual wel-
fare of our young people is
everybody's business. Steve
and Scotty are two young men
who love the Lord and have a
burden for young people. I feel
that the young people of Wewa
and vicinity owe it to them-
selves to come hear what they
have to say. We. encourage-
everyone to come, regardless
of age,"

Now Member of
Crafts Guild
The Gulf County Recreation
Department has become a
member of the Panhandle
Arts and Crafts Guild. The
Guild was organized to help
local craftsmen of Northwest
Florida find a market for their
articles, and was modeled
after the Appalachican Crafts
Guild.
Anyone who is interested in
joining the Guild in order to
find a market for their items,
may contact Kathy Craig at
the Gulf County Recreation
Department at 229-6119.


in Taylor Memorial Building.
The contestants will be judged
on poise, personality, beauty,
talent, etc.
Miss Atkins is the daughter
, of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Atkins
of 1014 Marvin Ave. of this
city.


.- I


SSonsoring Youth Revival Cindy Atkins Captain of
r ~~ Yout Reix^i*


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

SUNDAY SCHOOL .................... 9:45A.M.
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CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
Nursery Provided Rev. William N. Stephens,
Pastor


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All kinds of cars are financed at Florida National. Big cars,
little cars. Practical cars, posh cars. Even cars.that are vans,
campers or trucks. With all kinds of low-rate plans, to fit your
budget like your car fits your life.
If the time has come in your life for a new car, come to
us. When it comes to cars, we mean money
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Jm


Franklin Springs, Georgia
where she is a sophomore.
Cindy is a cheerleader cap-
tain for the Emmanuel Col-
lege Lions, and is also in the
college choir. She is one of 10
girls chosen by the student
body to compete in the Miss






THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1977 PAGE FIVE
i i------- i [ i - -- !


Some Hunters Are Destructive


The few are out to get us all
again. With the opening of
dove season a small minority
of careless hunters has been
shooting sitting birds off utili-
ty wires. The result has been a
lot of homes without phone
service, a bad name for the
majority of the careful sports-
men, and probably higher
utility bills for everyone.
One official of the telephone
company stated that since the
opening of dove season they
have spent over $5,000 in
material and labor to repair
shot riddled lines in one com-


munity alone. It was po
out that some of these c
carry communications fo
many as 400 phones and
one shot can put them al
of service for as long as fo
six hours.
Major T. L. Garri
regional manager for
Game and Fresh Water
Commission, expressed
cern about the incidents
noted that while only a m
ity of people took part in
thoughtless actions that i
reflect badly on the
majority of law-abi
sportsmen. "Right now'


Insurance! Commission

Reports His Activities


S I n ge_ Paper Company. Burge was a Caustic
-: ilurge R etues Operator 0n the Pulp Mill of SJPC. Shown
congratulating Burge on reaching his mile-
Bk Barge, above left, was presented- stone is his foreman. Leo Shealy, Pulp Mill
' ith his retirement papers last Wednesday, Superintendent.


ending 35 years of employment by St. Joe


Florida. National Banks of
iFlorida, Inc., today an-
!nounced net income for the
,quarter ended September 30,
1977 of $3,257,000 or $0.33 per
share, -as compared with
$3,685,000 or $0.38 per share
Sor the quarter ended Septem-
r 30, 1976. Income for the
nine months ended September'
'30,1977, before the cumulative
.effect of a change in account-.
inog method, was $9,990,000 or,
$1.02 per share, as compared
with $9,881,000 or $1.01 per,


share, for the same period in
1976. The after tax cumulative
effect of a change in account-,
ing method for income on
consumer (installment) loans
was a one time increase in
earnings of $3,096,000 or $0.31
per share, which was effective
January 1, 1977.
Earnings for the first nine
months have remained rela-
tively flat due to the cost of
implementing several pro-
grams, such as, Branch Bank-'
ing and the Automatic Teller


--Star photo


Bill Gunter, State Insurance holders.
Commissioner, announced to- Citize
,day that 467 people contacted comply
the Panama City Selvice co mpl
Office during the month of calling
September. calling
The Service Office assisted located
in the recovery of $56,087.91 and pro'
which was returned to policy- Gulf, F


Machines, which are being $6,722,000 or 1.1 percent of the
absorbed in the current op- total outstanding loans as of
rating period. The Company September 30, 1977
expects the benefits from
these programs to enhance On September 30, 1977, total
future periods, assets of Florida National
Provision for possible loan Banks of Florida, Inc., were
losses for the current quarter $1,558 million, compared with
was $433,000as compared with $1,468 million as of September
$797,000 for the third quarter 30, 1970,'an increase of 6
in 1976. Net charge-offs in the percent. Net loans were $603
third quarter were $406,000 million on September 30, 197,
and $291,000 in 1977 and 1976, up 7.7 percent as- compared
respectively. The reserve for with $560 million a year
possible loan losses was earlier.


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by unknowing neoole.


living or dying."
Garrison urged dove hunt-
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to this sort of activity in the
future."


U )s re W) J, r-- to Observe safety an-
that One phone company em- sporting standards on future In closing Garrison drew at-
[1 out ployee put everyone's con- hunts. "There is", he ob- tention to the fact that such
Dur to cerns in words when he point- served, "no great satisfaction activity can not only be costly.
ed out that most of these in shooting a sitting bird. On to a utility company, but it cap
ison, incidents take place in rural the other hand there can be be costly or even fatal to tije
the areas where a telephone is considerable expense since shooter. He reminded readers
Fish vital. "This is not just an in- there are statutes which pro- of an incident last year where
con- convenience. It can mean the hibit intentional damage to a Florida man was killed when
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Seafood Festival Nov,


Come Saturday, Nov. 5th, course, fresh Florida seafood.
the place to be is Apalachi- ,
cola and the I4th Annual Most events are free, with
Seafood Festival, The Festival about the only thing you buy
was begun in 1964, and .in- being your dinner ($2.50-
cludes parades, concerts, oys- $3.50). Food booths will be set
ter-sliucking-and-eating con- up in Battery Park, and some
tests, .flea markets, and of of everything that swims in


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Gulf County" Comm mission


The Property Appraisal Ad-
S justmept Board of (f4iC'"pn-
ty, met on September I.' in
special session at the request
of the Honorable Samuel A
Patrick. Property Appraiser.
.Gulf County. The following
members were present:
Chairman Everett Owens, Jr.,
.Leo Kennedy. Paul Sewell,
Fred Greer, William R
Branch and Deputy Clerk
Jerry Gates.
The meeting came to order
at 6:30 p.m.
Upon presentation by Mr.
Patrick and request .for its
approval, the Property Ap-
praisal Adjustment Board, by
unanimous vote, adopted the


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CERTIFICATE OF
PROPERTY APPRAISAL
ADJUSTMENT BOARD
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
We. the undersigned, as and
constituting the Property Ap-
praisal Adjustment Board of
the above named county, do
hereby certify that after ap-
proval of the following des-
cribed assessment roll by the
Department of Revenue, all
hearings required by Florida
Statutes have been held and
that said Property Appraisal
Adjustment Board is satis-
fied that the real property and
tangible personal property
arid, inventory in the above


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named county includable on
such sse-ssnept roll ieets all
requirements imposed by the
statutes of the State of Florida
and the requirements and reg-
ulations imposed by the De-
partment of Revenue.
* We further certify that it is
hereby ordered that upon
completion of this certificate
and 'the attachment of the
same to the herein described
assessment roll as a part-
thereof. that the said assess-


(Continued on Page 7)


Wed. Nite Ladies' League
The Wednesday Night La-
dies' League met on October
12. Vith Renfro winning three
games from B owen's Cow
Girls, on lanes one and two.
Evan Claytvon led Renfro with
a 149 game and 393 series. Pat
Hutchinson had a 157 game
and 430 series for Cow Girls.-
Lou McDonnell picked up a
2.7-10 split.
On lanes three and four,
Murphy's took four games
from Apalach Selects. Janet
Murphy led Murphy's with a
166 game and 411 series. Joyce
Monroe had a 140 game and
Diane Rogers had a 368 series
for Selects. '
On lanes five andsix, St. Joe
Furniture took three games
from Florida Bank. Faye
Capps bowled a 172 game"and
Bertha Clayton a 438 series for
St Joe Furniture. Alice,.J.
Martin led Florida Bank with
a 162 game and Maxine Smith
a 432 series.
Container Division took
three games from Pepsi Cola
on lanes seven and eight. Lila
Gibson bowled a 151 game and
393 series for Container Corp.
Pat Hachtschein had a 149
game and 417 series for Pepsi
cola. .


Standings: -
St. Joe Furniture
Florida Bank
Container Div.
Pepsi Cola
Renfro"
Murphy's
Bowen's Cow Girls
Apalach Selects


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LADIES WINTER LEAGUE
The Thursday Night Ladies
League met at St. Joe Bowling
Lanes on October 13.
On lanes one apd two, Ralph


and Henry's won 3 games
from the Surefoots. Donna
Roberts had a 149 high game
and Ruby.White had a 402 high
series for Ralph and Henry's.
Hanna Justice led the Sure-
foots with a 153 high game and
362 high series.
On lanes three and four, S.t
Joe Tel. and Tel. took 4 games
from the Wonlder Bar team.
Brenda Clements -had a 179
high game and Norma Hobbs
had a 452 high series for St.
JoedTel. and Tel. Diane Whit-


the clean waters of the Bay
and Gulf will be served.
Besides seafood, Apalachi-
cola offers several sites of
historic interest. Among them
are the John Gorrie Museum;
Trinity Episcopal Church,


field was tops for the Wonder
Bar with a 183 high game and
492 high series. ,
On lanes five and six, H.V.
Motors won 3 games from the
Alley Kats. Sandra Brock was
tops for H.V. Motors with a 450
high game and 408 high series.
Jo O'Barr led -the Alley Kats
with 162 high game and 435
high series.
.On lanes seven and eight,
the Playgirls and Raffields
won 2 games each. Mary
Murray led the Playgirls with
a 157 high game and 397 high
series. Eva Hogue was tops
for Raffields with a 147 high
game and 394 high series.
STANDINGS


Williams Alley Kats
H. V. Motors
-Ralph and Henry's
St. Joe Te. & Tel.
' Surefoots
Raffield's
Playgirls
Wonder Bar.


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built in 1838 in New England,
dismantled, shipped around
the Keys to Apalachicola and
reassembled; and the David
G. Raney House, an ante-
bellum Southern home that is
being restored in the heart of
the City. Free bus tours of
these sites will take place
throughout the day.


DEAR FRIENDS,
For many years Evelyn and I worked real hard
at Pate's Service Center, and served you to the best of
our ability..We extended credit to many of you over a
period of years. When our station burned our :accounts
receivable ledger burned with it. At that time we had a
considerable amount on our books which was owed to us
by the .people of this area. As of this time we have
collected only a. small percentage of our outstanding
S balance. .. :. . ; .
I am sure that you understand that we:cannot
send you a bill because we do not have a record of how
much. you owed us when the fire took place. We request
:; -,:.I~th^ an Of, yoU. ,,w o ,,-ove..1opleea-sfezar;,;Ch |yOUr
consciences and your files and drop by'$rtYd'tak-eeca'r"bofr
these bills. If you do not know the exact amount, we will
be happy to work out ..a compromise figure.


THANKS


Frank Pate


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MEXICO BEACH VOTERS

More of the Same?

Or a complete change?

Vote for Better Government
on Nov. 8, 1977


VOTE FOR:

William F.

(Bill) Henderson

Candidate for Councilman, Gp, IV
Pd. Pol. Adv., paid by.Pauletta Campbell,
Campaign Treasurer. Nonpartisan.


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210 Reid Ave. Port St. !oi


. 5th

Other special activities
include a sky dive demonstra-
tion at 9:30, the Blessing of the
Fleet ceremony, a gospel sing
at 7:00, street dance at 8:00
and the grand ball at 9:00 p.nt.
Come see for yourself. Visit
Apalachicola and enjoy the
Florida Seafood Festival on
Nov. 5.
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metit roll be delivered to the
property appraiser of this
county, on the day that this
certificAte is dated, who shall
adjust the said assessme-t
roll in accordance with the
decision of the Property Ap-
praisal Adjustment Board and
make all required extensions
on the roll to show the tax
attributable to all taxable pro-
perty contained therein pur-
suant to law.
The following figures are
true and correct to the best of

our knowledge and belief:
1. Taxable value of initial
real and personal property
assessment roll as submitted
by Property Appraiser to the
Property Appraisal Adjust-
ment Board, $11,719,245.00.
4 2. Net change in taxable
value due to actions of the
Board, $0.00.
3. Taxable value of real and
personal property assessment
ji roll incorporating all changes
due to action of the Property
t Appraisal Adjustment Board,
$11,719,245.00.
In witness whereof we have
subscribed this certificate


and caused the same to be
attached to and made a part of
the above described assess-
ment roll and a copy thereof
spread upon the minutes of
this the Ist day of September,
1977.
-s- Everett Owens, Jr.
Leo Kennedy
W. R. "Billy" Branch
Paul Sewell
Fred Greer
as and constituting the Pro-
perty Appraisal Adjustment
Baord.

The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County,
met on September 1, in special
session, as advertised pur-
suant to Section 129.01, Flor-
ida Statutes, 1971, to hear
compliants from any person
or persons, firm or corpora-
tion that is dissatisfied with
the tentative budget and mil-
lage rate as advertised. The
following members were pre-
sent: Chairman Everett
Owens. Jr., Otis Davis, Jr.,
Jimmy 0. Gortman, and Leo
Kennedy. Sheriff Ken Murphy
and Finance Officer Jerry
Gates were-also present.


Continued from Page 6 -


County Minutes


The meeting came to order
at 7:00 p.m.
Comm. Kennedy opened the
meeting with prayer and led
the pledge of allegiance to the
flag.
The Chairman announced
that the Board would now hear
any complaints as to the
advertised budget.
Rune Liliquist, Civil De-
fense Department, told the
Board that the office of Civil
Defense had been notified that
the State will no longer buy
repair parts for radiological
equipment used in detection of
radioactivity. He stated tnat
he was being trained to repair
this equipment but would need
spare parts in case of a break-
down. He said that he would
like for the Board to put addi-
tional funds in the Civil De-
fense Budget to cover these
repair parts.
Comm. Owens stated that he
could not understand why the
equipment was given to us for
that purpose and then the
State discontinue funding for
repair parts. He stated he
would like for the Board to
write Congressman Sikes for
further information in this
matter because the local tax-
payers were being forced to
pay for something that the
state and federal government


had dropped in their lap. The
Board agreed that further in-
formation should be obtained
concerning this matter.
Mrs. Jane Patton. Regional
Librarian, told the Board she
regretted that she was unable
to attend any of the budget
hearings of the Board. She
said that the new library
would be unable to operate on
the $20.000 per year budgeted
by the Board. Comm. Kennedy
stated that this was an in-
crease of $1.850 over last year
and. in addition, the Board
gave the Library $4.500 in
State Funds received for the
library. He stated he could not
understand why the new lib-
rary would require a 50 per
cent increase in funding. Mrs.
Patton stated that she expect-
ed the utilities to be much
higher, the personnel would
need a pay raise. and Gulf
County had not contributed its
fair share in the past years to
the Regional Library Sys-
tem. Comm. Owens stated
that the Board expected the
City of Port St. Joe to help
with the library since they
would no longer have a rent
expense. Mrs. Patton said she
would be on the agenda of the
next City Commission Meet-
ing and she expected the City
to be cooperative in support-


THUIRSDAV. OCT. 20, 1977 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


S. [ii.miage levy is oni me in the
Copy of said budget and Clerk's office.



MEXICO BEACH

VOTE FOR

M.L (Bob) HALE

Candidate for

Mayor..Councilman, Gp. 1
on NOV. 8
PD. POL. ADV., Paid for by Pauletta Campbell, .
Campaign Treasurer. Nonpartisan.


PAGE SEVEN


ing the new library. She also
said she understood there
would be donations for the
operation of the library. The
Chairman stated that the
Board had not budgeted any
donated funds, but would cer-
tainly do that if they were
received for operations. He
said this would be additional
funding available to the lib-
rary.
As there were no further
objections. Comm. Davis then
moved the Board adopted the
budget and millage rate as
advertised. Comm. Kennedy
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


- Jerome Cartier,
Minister of Music


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FOR A JOB?,


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FOR HELP?


misc.


BEEF SALE-Farm prices.
I30c per pound, you haul off.
Avg. 450-800 pounds per head.
Black Angus. Call after 5 p.m.,
648-4836. tfc-10-20

YARD SALE-Friday and
,Saturday, 8:30 to 4:30. 1903
Garrison Avenue. (Several
families).

0 Mon., Tues., Wed,

Oct. 24, 25
& 26
Prices $5.00 and under.

WIG SALE
Between 3rd and 4th Street
Highland View
Itp 10-20


ALL STEEL BUILDINGS;
No interior supports, many
different sizes and colors. We
are a high volume, discount
dealer. Call 1-305-463-6100.

Ladies and Gentlemen-
only 25 miles to Apalachicola
where you will find ECONO-
MY CASH STORE (what a
name) for fashionable ladies
clothing, snuggles, and male.
clothing-all at reasonable
prices. Come prove us wrong!

We also sell freeze-proof
$ electric water pumps.


No..I Drive In Theater
Apalachicola. Fla.
Saturday Only!
October 22
A BRIDGE TOO FAR
This ad will admit 2 adults
per car this program only.

Come early-eat a seafood
dinner uptown. then visit
the movie.


Free puppies to good home.
Call 229-6216.

Free pretty kittens. 229-
6332.

Gigantic 2 family garage
sale: brass, glass, knick-
knacks, some antiques. Come
early. Friday only. 101 Sea St.,
Mexico Beach. tic 10-20
YARD SALE
Baby items, clothes, dishes
and miscellaneous items. Fri-
day and Saturday. 10 a.m.
Corner 8th St. & Parker Ave.,
Highland View. ltp 10-20

Mini-home, 20' custom built
1973 on '70 Ford E300 chassis.
302 engine, a.t. with cooler,
truck air plus overhead air,
.2600 watt generator, 3 way
refrigerator, 2 way water
heater, gas space heater. $6,-
995.00. Extra support features.
CLEAN. 1412 Palm Blvd. 2'99-
6779. Will consider trade or
travel trailer. 2tp 10-13


Kawasaki 90cc motorcycle,
looks and runs good. $200. Call
229-3392. 2tp 1014

MERLITE JEWELRY
Start your order now for
Christmas. The fabulous look
alike diamond at a price you
can afford. 229-6058. 2te 10-13


For Your
MARY KAY
Cosmetics
Call
Wanda Brown
229-6132
tfc 4-28

New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tillers


DRAPERIES-Ready made and garden tractors repaired.
a ntomnabe!bla rgesel-5 Vjonoiny Motors, & 'Gardeti
-.eetion aof swatches -to.chqooe Centbr; 301- Hwy. 98, HV.
from. Roche's Furniture and 229-6001. tic 4-28
Appliance Store, 209 Reid ___
Ave., phone 227-5271.


tfc 3-10


8' x 20' house boat. Sleeps
four. 229-6788. tfic 10-20,

AM-FM cassette player in
dash stereo by Craig, includes
Craig Power Play 25 watts, 52
total output watts and Craig
box speakers, 5 lb. magnets.
Total cost new $250.00; 6
months old, used cost, $185.00.,
Call648-6596. tfic 9-22

1972 LaSalle mobile home,
12' x 65' completely furnished
with air conditioning. 229-8418
or 229-3041. tfc 9-22


19' boat and tra
motor, works good
for offshore fishing
ested. call 229-650C

DRY cleaning
easier, faster and
HOST. Rent our m
Joe Furniture. 229

FOR STANLEY
PRODUCE
Call Betty Gi
648-7534


Custom-made wo
plaques, for mail b
gates, door posts,
my Motors & Gard
301 Hwy. 98, HV, 2

CB Radios. John
Surveyor, antennas
tions. terms avails
ern Auto.


iler, 85 h.p.


-
Large, bright 4 bedroom
frame home on 150' x 435'
lot, looks like new. School
bus service. Near St. Joe.
$26,000.
UNITED FARMS AGENCY
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Beacon Hill
Phone 648-4800 or
Night 648-5297


2 BR furnished house on
Gulf St. St. Joe Beach. 648-
3466. tic 10-13


d. Excellent 2112 Long Ave. New brick
ig. If inter- home, 3 BR, 2 bath, separate
6. living room and dining room,
kitchen, breakfast room, built
carpets is in appliances, family room,
safer with laundry room, 2 car finished
machine. St. garage, central heat and air,
)-1251. attic fan, carpet. This is a
tic 10-23 spacious, liveable house with
many special features not
SHOME mentioned. Call for appoint-
'TS ment. Phone 229-6060. tfic 10-13
llbert
3 BR, 2 bath. LR. DR, break-
tifc 7-15 fast room, large family room,
walk-in pantry, washer, dryer,
3oden name refrigerator, stove, dishwash-
toxes, front er, central h-a. w-w carpet.
etc. Econo- garage, on 2 lots. Chain link
len Center, fence in back. 815 Woodward
229-6001. Ave. Call 229-8145. tfc 5-5

son. Craig, 75' x 115 'zoned lot at Mexico
s. base ta- Beach. Phone 229-2763. tic 8-25


able. West-
tifc 3-4


1972 500cc Kawasaki Fair-
ing, new battery. Call 229-6157
after5:00p.m. tfc 9-15

Bob White quail, live or
dressed. Phone 227-3786.
tic 8-25



SINGER
Sewing Machines and
Vacuum Cleaners.
Sales and Service.
New and Used. For service
or information call or visit
Thames Fabrics,
:122 Reid Ave., Port St.
Joe. Fla. 227-7311.
The Singer Co.
557 Harrison Ave.
Panama City, Fla. 32401
904-785-0511
4tc 10-6


3 bedroom house at 1610
Long Ave. Phone 229-6514. '"
tfc 10-13

Transferred, must sell-3
BR, 2 baths, carpet with a-c
and other extras. See at 106
Bellamy Circle. For informa-
tion call 904-579-4964. No col-
lect calls, please. tfic 8-25

New~brick home, 3 b.4-
rooms, 2 baths, fireplace,
large garage. Call 229-6979
after six p.m. tfic 9-22

3 BR house, 2 baths, 3 lots on
Palm Blvd. For information
call 227-2181. tfc 11-4

Three bedroom masonry
house at 105 Bellamy Circle.
Call 229-2666 after 5:00 p.m.
tfc 9-22

3 BR, 1 bath, living room,
separate dining room, den,
large kitchen with eating area,
large lot. 619 'Garrison Ave-
nue, phone 227-8751. tfic 5-12

3 BR house at 2005 Long
,Ave. Call 229-6573 after 5 p.m.
tfc 7-28
New brick home at 106 Yau-
pon Ave., 3 BR, 2 bath, dining
room, living room, den and
kitchen. Call 227-2291 or 229-
5302. tfc 10-7
Cottage and two lots, 211 2nd
Ave., Highland View, corner
lot, 648-5332. tfc 9-8

1800 sq. ft. duplex apart-
ment, Columbus St., St. Joe
Beach. Good investment op-
portunity, presently rented.
Call 229-3107 after 5 p.m.
tic 9-15






Duplex 2 BR apartment for
rent. Call 648-5144 or 227-4421.
tic 10-13

Furnished 2 BR apartment
on Gulf. Ski Breeze Cqnp-.
..sites. Port St. Joe. 229-6105.
tfc 10-13

Furnished large 1 BR apt.
Auto heat and air. 229-6777
after 6 p.m. tfic 10-13

2 BR apt... furnished. 8th St.
Nice neighborhood, hot water
and garbage disposal furnish-
ed. Private entrance. Phone
648-5153. tfc 10-13

Furnished 2 BR apartment
at beach, central heat & air.
panelled walls, carpet. 1 blk.
to beach. Adults. No pets. 648-
4208 or 648-4201. tfc 10-13
Apartment for rent at St.
Joe Beach. Call 229-3107 after
5p.m. tfc 9-15

Furnished apartments for
rent at Mexico Beach. Phone
229-6961. tfic 9-8


2 bedroom house on Duval
Street in Oak Grove. Call 229-
6961. tfic 9-29

2 bedroom furnished trailer
at St. Joe Beach. 648-7581.
tfc 9-29

3 BR furnished trailer, cen-
tral h &. a, washer, dryer,
carpet. Overstreet, 648-7581.
tfc 10-13

One or two bedroom trailers
for rent on Canal St., St. Joe
Beach. 648-5650. tfc 5-12

For Rent: Hospital beds,
'electric or manual control.
Call 227-7471. tfc 6-30

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

Why live in the crowded
city? Move your mobile home
to peace, quiet and tran-
quility. Water, garbage collec-
tions, yard mowed, live lei-
surely. Gulf privileges. Only
VA approved mobile home
park in Gulf County. Ski
Breeze Meadows Trailer Park
9 miles southeast of Port St.
Joe on Hwy. S-30. Come out
and enjoy the quiet. Call 229-
6105. tfc 9-29

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.
tfc5-19

Small furnished beach cot-
tage for rent. 648-5144. tfc 9-1
Nice two bedroom beach
cottage for rent, large porch.
Call 648-5315. tfic 9-15



S^^^^


There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M.,
every first and third Thursday
at 8:00 p.m.
F. C. CHANDLER, W.M.
F. E. Brogdon, Sec.

R.A.M.-Regular convoca-
tion of 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.


m
Wanted: Baby sitter to sit in
my home, small baby. Hours
7:30 to 4:30, 5 days a week.
References required. 229-6433.
1tc 10-20

UNIQUE SALES POSITION
PHONE 1 (904) 243-1746
1 Min. Recorded Message
6tc 10-6
Avon-If you need or want
to work, sell Ay.on,, Write
Sarah Skinner, Rt. 4, Box 868,
Panama City, or call 229-4281.
3tc 10-20


Help wanted at Intracoastal
Marine Supply, 266 Water St.,
Apalachicola. No phone calls,
apply in person. tfc 9-22





1976 Chevy "Bonanza" van,
at, ac, ps, pb, am-fm radio,
tape deck, carpet. Call 227-
8241 between 8 am and 5 pm,
after 5 pm, call 229-6129.
tfc 7-14
1973 Toyota Corolla 1200, 35
mpg. Phone 229-6971.
tic 8-11


WANT { j

ADS

GET -

RESULTS


SEVIE


BABY SITTING in my home
while you work. 1004 Garrison
Avenue or call 229-8356 any
time. Itc

Private instructions on
clarinet, sax and other wood-
winds. Hour or /2-hour lessons
available. Contact 229-6676 for
further information. Donald
Durham. tfic 9-29


WHITFIELD'
POWER CLEAN
& PAINTING
Carpentry & Plum
Repairs
Houses or Any Buildin
227-7201


REPAIRS
Aluminum screens an
carpentry, house repay
work, roof repair and
ing.
SMITH & SON WORE
Phone 229-6018
Port St. Joe


S
ING

ibing


Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 227-7657
tfc 5-9
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-2691. (24 hr.) tfc 4-28

FOR TV REPIARS and
Zenith Sales see K&D TV and
Sound at 301 Reid Avenue. Call
227-2071. tfic 7-28


Complete Wood Shop
ngs Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
tT 10-13 hen come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
paint, lumber.
id doors, Earley's Hardware &
air, mill- Building Supply
re-roof- Hwy. 98 W. 229-2763


SHOP


tfc 7-22


THE SAMPLER SHOP
1306 Woodward Ave.
GIFTS
Hours: Tues.-Fri. 5-8 p.m.
Saturday 11a.m. -7p.m.
tfc 7-14



BILL'S CAR CRUSHER
will buy your old car.
Phone 227-4917
for information.
24 our
Also
Offering:E M
52tp 7-14 sSRvICE


Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?




For Cable TV
Installation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office


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KENT SERVICE CO.
GE Dealer
New & Used Appliances
For Services or Parts
Call 229-6394
tfc 4-28

Lawn & Gardening Needs
Feed Lawn Mower &
Small Engine Repairs
Economy Motors &
Garden Center
301 Hwy. 98 H.V.
229-6001
tic 4-28


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


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

FILL DIRT
Front End Loader
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SON 9
229-6018
tfc 3-31

Septic Tanks Pumped Out
Carefoot Septic Tank
229-8227

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


GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets-
Vanities Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops i
White City, Hwy. 71
Glen Combs
Shop 229-6017 or
229-6530
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BRYAN'S
Furniture Stripping & I
Refinishing
Reliable and Reasonable 4
Call 648-5152
Behind Mexico Beach
Shopping Center
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kills bugs for
up to six monthsR
and saves you about $100 yeoay
in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer tree with,
purchase of Rid-A-Bug |
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.0
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe. Florida


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


SUNDAY SCHOOL ................:.. 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .............. 11:00A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING.... ............ 5:45P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .....:.. ..:... 7:00 P.M.-
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)"... 7:00 P.M.


REMEMBER
THOSE TO THE
.YOU LOVED AMERICAN
WITH A CANCER

MEMORIAL GIFT SOCIETY


PORT ST. JOE
Interested in a larger
home? Come see this roomy
3 bedroom. 2 bath carpeted
throughout with central
h&a. 1911 Long Ave.
HIGHLAND VIEW
2 bedroom on 2 nice lots.
150' Hwy 98 offset frontage.
110 feet deep. 202 Bayview
Dr.

Newly completed 2 bed-
room. carpet or vinyl
throughout on 2 good lots,
privacy. 104 Victoria Ave.

ACREAGE
2 acres & 3 bedroom home
with pond. garden, fenced. 6
miles out on Hiway 71
frontage.

E. B. MILLER REALTY
Reg. Real Estate Broker
618-3364 Patty Miller, Asso.


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.PAGE EIGHT


COMES. . .


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your drug and prescription needs...
whenever you call!

YUR ,R.0 PHARMACY

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Phi. 227-3371 317 Williams
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Easy Way

to Get.. ,

Baubles
By: Ms. Kathy Leffew
V'QUESTION: 'I'd like to
make Christmas decorations
from natural materials 'this
year-to keep down the cost
and because they're so pretty.
I know I need to start soon so I
need some ideas. Where do I
begin?
ANSWER: Florida has an
'abundant supply of natural
products from shells to pine
cones. They make lovely
Christmas decorations and
you can gather them yourself'
thus cutting the cost: Here are
several ways to get ideas for
Christmas decorations.
Fall means dozens of arts
Sand crafts festivals are going
on all over: the state. Check
your newspaper for times and
places and attend as many as
you can. You'll' see lots of
Christmas decorations for
sale and most will be made of
materials easily obtained in
your part of the state since
many. craftsmen are from the
local area. If you see some-
thing you like, examine it
carefully. Also, many of the
craftsmen will be happy to
show you exactly how to make'
something they're selling!
Another way to find good
ideas is through specialty
craft magazines and books,
There are quite a few on the
-market and you should be able
to find one that uses materials
I you can obtain. Buy one that's
-aimed at your level of exper-
tise, so you, don't get frus-
trated and quit a project that's
:too difficult.
Also, the U. S. Department
:df Agriculture recently pub-
'Jlished a factsheet with ideas
for Christmas decorations
made from natural products.
For your free copy, write for
"Christmas Decorations
Made with Plant Materials",
Consumer Information Cen-
'ter, Department 619E, Pueblo,
Colorado 81009.


Public Notice
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
City Commissioners of the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, will meet on November
1,1977, at 8:00 P.M., for the purpose of
fearing public comments on the advisa-
bility of an ordinance altering the com-
prehensive zoilng plan of the City of
Port St. Joe as follows:
By allowing'mobile homes In Blocks
,1002, 1004, 1006, 1008, 1010, and 1012,
where said Blocks are presently
zoned as R2.
Any mobile home shall be inspected
prior to being set up and shall meet all
local, state and federal requirements.
All Interested citizens are requested to
attend and express their views regard.
ing the proposed ordinance.
-s- Michael J. Wright,
City Auditor and Clerk 2t 10-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR,
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
Case No. 77-167
IN RE: The Marriage of
NANCY E. BAKER, Wife, Respondent,
And
'RICHARD F. BAKER, Husband, Peti-
tioner.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Nancy E. Baker
c-o General Delivery
Montgomery, Vermont 05470
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your Answer
or other response to the Petition on.
Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.,
P. O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County Court.
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before
the 18th day of November, 1977. If you
fail to do so, a Final Judgment for the
relief sought may be granted .by Default.
DATED this the 17th day of October,
1977.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Pam Money,
Deputy Clerk


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1977


Schools Won't

Change Time
The nation will revert back
to Eastern Standard Time the
last Sunday this month, Octo-
ber 30, when you set your
clock back an hour when you
go to bed.
Area schools have an-
nounced that the schedules at
the schools will remain the
same, with classes beginning
at the same time as usual. As
this is always confusing,
here's an example: if school
normally takes in at 8:10 EDT,
" it will now take in at 8;10 EST.


Plantings Are


Heart of Good


Home Landscape

By: Dr. Robert J. Black tasting ground cover other
Ext. Uiban Horticulturist thantgrass in planting design.
Foundation plantings are In addition, one.might become
the heart of good home land- more aware of the contrasts in
scape design. plant forms, texture, flower,
Such plantings imply a fruit and foliage color, with
heavy massing of materials the possible introduction of
around the base of a building, certain non-living structural
which is a most unimaginative elements. These could be in-
way to approach landscaping. teresting paving patterns,
Often, inside the home, the screens or baffles, planters
homemaker feels that every and water features.
inch of wall space must be Now is a good time of year to
covered with a piece of furni- take a look at your planting
ture. The sameideaoften pre- design and analyze it for
vails in an approach to outside design quality. If you've mass-
plant design. What they're edplants in a continuous row
actually doing in such a case is that make it appear as if
providing a divider between plants are clinging to the
the structure and the eye, thus building, you can remedy the
one does not complement the I problem without completely
other. renovating the existing plant-
Every effort should be made ings. The rearrangement of
to arrange plants so that the some plants and the addition
building will be in harmony of others may be all that is
with the surrounding. Siniplic. necessary to make an appeal-
ity in the planting is a basic ing landscaping out of an
component of all good land- eyesore.


scape design. Simplicity does
not mean monotony. Rather, it
is variety without confusion. A
large variety of plant mater-
ials can result in a cluttered
appearance.
Just as good design is based
on simplicity, so also is ease of
maintenance. Maintenance
should be considered in the
planning stages of landscap-
ing and not as an afterthought.
Interest in a landscape
planting is often created by
contrast. This can be a con-


Church Women
Sponsoring Sale
The Women of St. James
.Episcopal Church are spon-
soring a Garage Sale on'
Saturday, October 22nd, be-
tween 9:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M.
at the parrish house on 6th
Street. There will be a variety
of items for sale. Come visit,
browse, and find your
"treasure".


I


Margie MossIs Area Agent for "de



Leon" Organic Face Lift Product
-,a -P, duc


Margie Moss is introducing
to Northwest Florida a new
dimension in face lifting--
organic face lifting. -
The concept of organic face
lifting by "de Leon" has com-
pletely eliminated any sort of
surgery. The new technique
has replaced surgery with a
complete kit of pure organic
creams, masks and cleansers


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Garry Gaddis
of Mexico Beach announce the
birth of their daughter, Ste-
phanie Juliane, Friday, Octo-
ber 7, at the Gulf Coast Com-
munity Hospital. Stephanie
weighed seven pounds, six
ounces, and is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James 0. Middleton and Mr.
and Mrs. James Gaddis, all of
Mexico Beach.


for do-it-yourselfers.
The kit may be purchased
from Margie at 648-3157, or at
"Cloteal's Beauty Salon",
Port St. Joe, for home use or
do-it-yourselfers, or one may
receive the treatment at "Clo-
teal's" if desired.
The face lifting kit is for
men and women of all ages.
Margie said the advantage
would be to start the process
'as early as the late 20's in
order to continue preserving
one's youthful appearance.
The"' process begins by
cleansing the face and neck
with cucumber cleanser and
then rinsing. After cleaning
use one teaspoon of mask and
one teaspoon of water applied
to the face and neck. After 45
minutes remove the mixture
with water, dry, and apply the
wheat germ oil, but do not
massage. The cucumber


cream, which moisturizes the
skin; should be applied before
bedtime or before make up is
applied.
The kit lasts approximately
one month when used three
times a week. It should be
used three times a week until
one reaches his or her desired


results, then it should be used
once a week.
This technique is very new,
particularly in Northwest
Florida. Surgical face lift will
lift muscles but it will not do
anything to keep the skin soft,
as will the organic face lift
which does both.


First United
Methodist Church
Constitution and Monument "
Port St. Joe, Fla. \
JOHNIE W. McCURDY, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE...... 11 A.M. & 7:00 P.M."
"METIdQDtI YOUTH FELLOWSHIP... 5:30 P.M.
I CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.'



See The St. Joe Boys

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Wayne Richburg at

Chevrolet
704w. 16th St.
SPamnam Ciy
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Tommy Thomas
Datsun
2435 E.19h st.
PtMW


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. James (Pete)
White announce the birth of a
daughter, Jessica Ann, on
October 3 at Gulf Coast Com-
munity Hospital. She weighed
eight pounds, five ounces.
Jessica was welcomed home ,
by her sister, Monica.


Gulf County Farm Bureau to,

Meet In Annual Session Oct. 25
hT Gulf C t~' ,tv Farm5 B mentair Sch nnl f ;


,. n e .lua nat .ui r, uu-ia Ju-
reau's annual meeting and
supper will- be held next Tues-
day, October 25th, at 6:30 p.m.
CDT, in the Wewahitchka Ele-


Members are encouraged
and invited to attend. Please
call 639-2777 or 639-2371 if you
plan to attend.


BreakawayRestaurant
and Lounge


INOWOPEN

6 AM to 10 PM 7 Days A Week

I Fresh Gulf Seafood
Steaks Catfish

BLUFF ROAD APALACHICOLA!
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Colonial Jefferson

Rocker


lPine finish gold decorated. African maho-
gany seat. Remainder of wood is alpine beach
shaped slat back with scooped seat.
Reg. $129'"

'Sale Price $9995







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S .- .i.... .. . ,


FIRST BAPTIST

CHURCH
Corner Third Street arid Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth
Sunday School ............... 9:45A.M.
Morning Worship Serieice ............. 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"


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U.S. Government, Private Corporations and Organizations.
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If you like travel, excitement and adventure, then overseas employment is for you. To allow
anyone the opportunity to explore overseas employment we have published a complete set of
Overseas Employment Guides. Our Overseas Employment Guides contain the following
information...
* Ust of CURRENT OVERSEAS JOB OPPORTUNITIES with.a special section on overseas
construction projects, executive positions and teaching opportunities.
* How, Where and Whom to apply for the job of your choice OVERSEAS!
* FIRMS and ORGANIZATIONS employing all types of Personnel in nearly every part of the
Free World.
* Firms and organizations engaged in OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS, MAN-
UFACTURING, MINING, OIL REFINING, SECRETARIAL, AIRCRAFT, ENGINEERING,
SALES, SERVICES, TEACHING, ETC!
* COMPANIES and GOVERNMENT AGENCIES employing personnel in nearly every occu-
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* How and Where to apply for OVERSEAS GOVERNMENT JOBS
* Employment on U.S. Government ships "MERCHANT MARINES"!
* Directory of U.S. Businesses operating in AUSTRALIA that employ Americans.
* List of U.S. DEFENSE CONTRACTORS with operations OVERSEAS THAT EMPLOY
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Mediterranean*

Etagere

Warm oak engraved finish on wood pro-
ducts. Solid hardwood ,posts. 60"W x 16"' D x
78": H.

Reg. 41099

ONLY $9995


Homing Turtle

Steve Wood and Albert Whittington have a pet turtle out
at the Standard Oil Company bulk plant where they work.
Steve, shown holding the turtle, says he comes back to the'
plant every spring. (Maybe he's smitten by Steve or Albert)
The.two have marked the turtle with labels to be sure it is the
same turtle coming back. Steve said he still -had the same
labels when he returned last week which had been stuck on
him'two years ago. This year, they re-newed the labels as
shown so he will be recognized when he returns next spring.
Albert and Steve don't know where he spends all his spare
time between visits. -' -Star photo






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Quantity Rights Reserved


RICH'S IGA
Specials Good October 20-25
Port St. Joe, Florida
------WE BUY THE BEST, WE SELL THE BEST AND IF
YOU HAPPEN TO GET A PIECE OF MEAT THAT IS
BELOW OUR STANDARDS PLEASE RETURN IT
AND WE WILL CHEERFULLY REFUND YOUR
MONEY.


Fresh Premium Grade


FRYERS LB


Quartered USDA PREMIUM GRADE
Fryer Breast Lb 49C Fryer Drumsticks79 b
Qrtrd. Thighs Lb. 44C Chicken Wings Lb 49c
Cut Country Style or
Split Fryers Lb. 47' Chicken BreastLb.88
Swift's Premium Swift's Premium
Chuck G CChuck C CG
Steak QQIb. Roast Ib.
5 Lbs. or More PORKCHOPS

Cnk FIRSTq99 CENTER$139


Beef
Short
1 Ribs


49b.


Lean, Meaty
Brisket
Stew


[ MONEY SAVING VALUES AT IGA! ]
Kraft
Spaghetti with Meat Sauce
DINNERS


Cans


PORK & BEANS


$


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PEACHES


00


CLEANSE
CO E-




21 Oz







MONEY SAVING VALUES AT IGA!


CALIFORNIA RED'
iL GRAPES


CELLO
CARROTS 'o 2/39'


Fresh Florida
Oranges


DOUBLE LUCK CUT


GREEN BEANS


00


5
16 Oz.
Cans


FLORIDA WHITE
GRAPEFRUIT 3/59'


IGA GIANT
SANDWICH BREAD
11/2 Lb.
^h Loaves


2/99


Pkgs.
of 6


3/~11


VE ROLLS: /89


MORTON
DINNERS
Pkos. 59


IGA
PIZZAS


IGA
ORANGE JUICE


HANDY PAK
FRENCH


13 Oz.
Pkgs.


69'


16 Oz.
Cans


79'


FRIED POTATOESPk.9


BLUE
B ONNET
Mvargarne


BLUE BONNET
WHIP 6-STICK


I Lb.
Pk9gs.


BALLARD
BISCUITS


59'


8 Oz.
Cans


Miracle Cup 1 Lb.
KRAFT MARGARINE


IGA AMERICANI
SLICED SINiLES


4/59'


69c


16 Oz.
Pkgs.


COLGATE (REG. $1.10 VALUE)
TOOTHPASTE Tubes


PLASTIC C
THERMOS
BOTTLES


GILLETTE (REG. $2.80)
TRAC II BLADES


$189

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IGA
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Resolution
In Memory of
Ernest Y. Cowart
On August 23, 1977, our Is made of links of gold
Heavenly Father, in His infhi- Which we fondly hold and
fie love and mercy drew aside cherish
:the curtain between, this life Our friends, both new and old.
,iAnd the next and invited our Then, one by one, they sever
':Brother Ernest Y. Cowart to Just why we cannot tell.
_1y aside his pain and suffer- But we trust the Heavenly
ing, and enter through the 'Father
.drawn curtain into a life Who doeth all things well.
:ivhere there is neither pain,
suffering, nor sorrow, and BEITRESOLVED: Thatas
where he could live again in a tribute to his memory, we
happiness with his dear wife, extend our love and sym-
jsister Minnie, in. the arms of pathy to hs family.
.the Blessed Saviour,' BE IT FURTHER RE-
WHEREAS: Brother Ernest SOLVED: That a copy of these
:-was initiated into Gulf Chap- Resolutions be spread upon
-er 19.1 January 13, 1949. On the minutes of the Chapter, a
January 10. 1956 Brother Er- ."copy sent to the family and a
best was placed on the Emer- copy sent to The Star for pub-
Itus List, this was due to location.
circumstances beyond his Fraternally submitted,
control. He remained on the Aliene S. Hightower, P.M.
Emeritus List until he passed Clara Pate,.P.M.
0n. Virginia Harrison, member
-'The chain of the fraternal
: circle, Support Your Schools!


TH Public Notices
tN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE United States, near Port St. Joe, Gull
SaTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR County, Florida, and isnow in custody 0o
-.4ULF COUNTY, FLORIDA the united States Marshal, and any and
7'" Case No. 77-165 all persons or firms claiming an interest
,- General Jurisdiction Division in said vessel are required to file a claim
-in Re- The Petition of or answer wittUthe Clerk of the United
h.ENORA ANN POWELL, States District Court, 110 East Park
for the adoption of two minor children, Avenue, Tallahassee, Florida, on or
'- Peiltioner before November 2, 1977, in accordance
:; NOTICE OF ACTION with Rule C of the Supplemental Rules ol
MRS ELAINE EDITH WOOD Civil Procedure,
SHERBERT POWELL DATEDthis 7th day of October, 1977.
Residence Unknown UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
;. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai By: Clinton Ashmore
:-.ENORA ANN POWELL has filed a Assistant United States Attorney '
:.7.elition ,n the above styled Court for the Northern Distirct of Florida
3 Sboption of the minor children, and you Post Office Box 1308
:' te commanded to served a copy of your Tallahassee, Florida 32302
:'.itrillen defenses, if any, to BERNARD Attorney for 'Plaintiff
:." YEDLIN, Allorney for the Petition 3t 10-13
.'3'. 444 Brickell Avenue, Rivergate _
"Rilaa. Suite 616. Miami, Florida 33131, INTHEUNITEDSTATESDISTRICT
'ibta file the original with the clerk of the COURT FOR THE NORTHERN
,.3bove styled Court on or before Novem. DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
;-3*,r 17, 1977 at 3 30 PM. EST. Other. MARIANNA DIVISION
"4 .,se a default will be entered against Marianna Civil Action No 77 0238
,ybu for the relief prayed for in the THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
lionlin Plaintiff,
Ths notice snall be published .once vs.Plaintiff
: sch week for four (4). consecutive ONE THIRTY-ONE FOOT CHRIS
.-rweeks in THE STAR CRAFT CABIN CRUISER,, FLORIDA
....WITNESS my hand and the seal ol01 REGISTRATION FL 1037V; TO-
a id Court at Port St Joe, Gull County. GETHER WITH HER TACKLE, FURN-
F0lorida on this 101h day of October. 1977 ITURE, AND EQUIPMENT,
.:;EORGE Y CORE. and-
-VAs Clerk ol fhe Circuit Court MARCUS JAMES RENFROE, JR.,
,-3Zulf Counly. Florida a-k-a Marcus Johnson,
=y-: -s- Pameli, B Money a-k-a Marcus Ro,,nson.
::JERNARD S. YEDLIN Defendants
:--tiornev for Petitioner NOTICE OF SEIZURE AND
47Brickell Avenue *JUDICIAL FORFEITURE
vergate Plaa. Sule 616 TO: MARCUS JAMES RENFROE, JR
=iiam,. Florida 33131 a k a M3rcus Johnson, a ka Mar
amlephone (3051 311 7611 cut' Robnson. and any and all per
*'IS Bernard -S 'VYedin -.i.ti!j < V
-. ______ vessel ONE THIRTY ONE FOOT
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE CHRIS CRAFT CABIN CRUISER,
Notice ,s hereby o.ven that on the 1st FLORIDA REGISTRATION FL
:Gray ol October. 1977. pursuant to a Writ 1037V, TOGETHER WITH HER
*:o0 Execution issued n The Circuit Court TACKLE, FURNITURE AND
:of nhe Fourteenin Judicial. Circuit of EQUIPMENT
:91orida. in and for Gull County, Case No. Notice is given that a compla.nl has
-,-.'1.2 in the cause of Vera Lee Washing been filed in the above court to condemn
:,I6n. Pla.ntiff,vs. L'.E. Jackson and Wife, and forfeit the above-described vessel
'Mar-e Jackson Delenaarts I. Ken andequipment, pursuant'to Title 49, Sec-
:'Murphy. Snerfl of Gull County have sion 781,.et seq. and Title 21, Sections
levYed upon the property of the' defen.881(ai and 881(b), United States Code,
:r. nis, to WI. 2 seized July 20, 1977, said vessel having
.1972-Buick, 2-dor, S4V37T2Y114506 been used or intended to be used to
S-On the 4th day of November, 1977, at transport, conceal, possess, and facili.
STwo O'clockn theafternoononthe steps late the transportation, concealment,
*of the Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. possession, and sale of contraband pro.
.Joe. Florida, I will offer for sale said perty; namely marijuana, saia vessel
property for cash to the highest bidder, having been seized on the waters of the
subjectt to all prior liens, if any;. to satisfy United States, near Port St. Joe, Gulf
-said Writ of Execution. County, Florida, and is now in custody of
; the United States Marshal, and any and
-s. Ken Murphy all persons or firms claiming an interest
-Sheriff, Gulf County, Florida in said vessel are required to file a claim
S' 4t 10-13 or answer with the Clerk of the United
State District Court, 110 East Park
SINVITATION TO'BID: OR RE.B1D Avenue, Tallahassee, Florida, on or
Gulf County Title VII Food Nutrition before November 2 1977 in accordance
SProgram ,nviles bids on following: with Rule Cof the Supplemental Rulesof
S Two (2) 15-passenger vans. Specifica- Civil Procedure.
ltions may be obtained at Gulf County DATED this 7th day of October, 1977.
-Senior Citizens Association (upstairs, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
C.iy Hall), P. 0. Box 206,'Port St. Joe, By: Clinton Ashmore
Fla 32456. / Assistant Urited States Attorney
Bidsshall besealed in an envelope and Northern District of Florida
mainly y marked Bid No. 1-V. Submitted Post Office Box 308Florid
;bids shall be opened no later than 10 Tallahassee, Florida 32302
m.,2t 1013October 24, 977. Attorney for Plaintiff
3 -:_',: 2t 10-13
INVITATION TO BID: OR RE-BID
':Gulf County Title VII Food Nutrition IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-`Program invites bids or re-bids on 14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
-Jollowing: GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
120 meals each da,. Monday through Case No. 77-166
Friday, live days each week excluding General Jurisdiction Division
-most holidays Specil.calions may be In Re: The Petition Of:
iobtained: Gulf County Senior lCitizens JOE DOUGLAS POWELL. SR.,
Assoc.al.on (upstairs, City Hall), P. 0. for the adoption of two minor children,
Box 206, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456. petitioner.
-.Bids shall be sealed and marked Bid NQTICE OF ACTION-
0 No. 2-F. Submitted bids shall be opened TO MR. JOHN ED VAUGHN, SR.
Inmp later than .3 a.m., October 24, 1977. -Residence Unknown
2t 10-13 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
^ ---- ~JOE DOUGLAS POWELL, SR., has filed
-3N THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT a Petition in the above-styled Court for
-,7 COURT FOR THE NORTHERN the adoption of the minor children, and
., DISTRICT OF FLORIDA you are commanded to serve a copy of
MARIANNA DIVISION your written defenses, if any, to BER..
42: Marianna Civil Action No.77-0237 NARD S. YEDLIN, Attorney for the
--THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Petitioner, 444 Brickell Avenue, River-
1: Plaintiff,. gate Plaza. Suite 616, Miami, Florida
C' .: 33131, and file the original with the clerk
_ONE FORTY.TWO FOOT WHITE TRI. of he above-styled Court on or before
'-MARANSAILBOAT(REGISTEREDAS November 17,. 1977 at 3:30 P.M. EST,
:j FORTY-TWO FOOT WHITE CATA. otherwise a default will be entered
ARAN SAILBOAT DOCUMENTA against you for the relief prayed for in
SO0N NO. 576056) KNOWN AS THE the Petition.
EWO TOO MUCH, TOGETHER WITH This notice shall be published once
,-gER TACKLE, FURNITURE, AND each week for four (4) consecutive
EQUIPMENT, weeks in THE STAR.
4:0Id WITNESS my hand and the seal of
ARTIN JAMES LAURCH said Court at Port St. Joe, Gulf County,
AR AMESLAURICH, Florida, on this 10th day ofOctober, 1977.
Oefenaanis.
NOTICE OF SEIZURE AND GEORGE Y. CORE,
JUDICIAL FORFEITURE As Clerk of the Circuit Court
: MARTIN JAMES LAURICH and Gulf County, Florida
any and all persons or firms having By: -s- Pamela B. Money
: any claim, or interest to the BERNARDS. YEDLIN
following-described vessel: ONE Attorney for Petitioner
FORTY-TWO FOOT WHITE TRI- 444 Brickeli Avenue
MARAN SAILBOAT (REGISTER- Rivergate Plaza, Suite 616
: ED AS A FORTY-TWO FOOT Miami, Florida 33131
-.., WHITE CATAMARAN SAILBOAT Telephone: (305) 371-7611
SDOCUMENTATION NO. 576056) .s- Bernard S. Yedlin
KNOWN AS THE TWO TOO CIRCUITCOURTSEAL 4tc10-13
MUCH, TOGETHER WITH HER
-" TACKLE, FURNITURE, AND
EQUIPMENT BIDNO.WWP111A
:."Nptlce Is given that a complaint has The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
: Been filed in the above court to condemn invites bids on a pressure let steam
a nSd forfeit the above-described vessel cleaner. Specifications may be obtained
-and equipment, pursuant to Title 49, from the City Clerk's Office, P.O. Box A,
section 781, et. seq., and Title 21, Port St. Joe, Florida. Bids must be sub-
.Sections881(a)anda881(b),UnitedStates mitled on or before 5:00 P.M., E.S.T.,
--ode, seized July 20, 1977, said vessel November 1, 1977. Bid opening will be
havingng been used or intended to be used held at the Regular City Commission
to transport, conceal, possess, and faci- Meeting, November 1, 1977, at 8:00 P.M..
-.tafe the transportation, concealment, E.S.T., in the Municipal Building, Port
-.possession, and sale of contraband pro. St. Joe, Florida.
per'ty; namely, marijuana, said vessel -.s. Michael J. Wright,
having g been seized on the waters of the City Auditor and Clerk 2t 10.20


Sh rif's Department Recovers Fellow F forester Respect
Sheriffs Department Recovers Fellow Foresters' Respect j
,ow.l^ espect.__ '0 ,,


It as reported to the Gulf
County-Sheriff's Department,
last Tuesday, Oct. 10, that a
boat.' belonging to the St.
Joseph's State Park had been
stolen. Sheriff Ken Murphy
repoks that later the same
day, .he boat was recovered
by deputies of the Gilf County
Sheriff's Department, and em-
ployees of the Florida Depart-
mente of Natural Resources.
The boat was taken from its
mooring sometimes during
the day Tuesday, at the park,
.and later found adrift in the
bay, south of Black's Island. It
appeared as though someone


had attempted to strip the
outboard motor from the ves-
sel. and when they did- not
succeed, pulled, the boat's
drain plug causing it to par-
tially sink.


Sheriff Murphy reports that
no arrests have been made at
this time. that the case is still
under investigation by the
Sheriff's Department and
Marine Patrol.


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tion this fall. The Order of
Gownsmen was established in
1873 as external evidence of
Sewanee's ties with Oxford
and the culture and traditions
of England.
Gownsmen are upperclass-
men who meet 'the order's
standards for grades arid.
character, and are distin-
guished by wearing the aca-
demic gown to classes, as do
their professors. -
Until the formation of an
elective Delegate Assembly in
1969, the Order of Gownsmen
performed.all student govern-
ment functions, and still con-
ducts elections, reviews the
actions of the Delegate As-
sembly, and maintains the
Honor Council, Discipline
Committee, Pan-Hellenic
Council and Student Vestry.

Wewa

Jaycees

Haunting

The Wewahitchka Jaycees
are having a Haunted House
expedition. The old Gulf
County Courthouse will be-
come an eerie Transylvania
for three shrilling nights be-
ginning Thursday, October 27,
29 and' 31, next Thursday,
Saturday and Monday. Tour
time will begin at dusk when
all the monsters, ghosts, and
goblins rise from their sleep-
until-
For a thrilling, shocking,
hair raising experience, come
on out WThe Ja-ycees say;they'd
Inve to shoWyou around-that
is if .'yoh"e'sur'Vyou can sir-
vive the excursion!
Admission is $1.00 per per-
son .


Stephen Atchison, son of
Mrs. Jean A. Atchison of 1309
Woodward Ave., was inducted
into the historic Order of
Gownsmen at the University


ONLY RETURNING COMMODORE-
S.JWhinffh J'enkihs, 6'4" forward for the Gulf
"t [ stt^ modores, i the oly -returning "
m ...ih i rif last't year'ssqdad:'Johnhy was
S i'amed most valuable player for the Port St.
Joe Sharks.


St. Joe's Jenkins


Only GCCC Veteran
When the Gulf Coast Com-
modores open their 1977 sea-


son, the only returning mem-
ber of. last season's squad will
be 6'4" sophomore forward,
Johnny Jenkins 'of Port St.
Joe.,
Jenkins was used sparingly
last ear by the Commodores
but may be counted on heavily
on thfs -season's freshmen
laden team.
Of the Commodores' 14 play-
ers. only four are sophomores
and Jenkins is the only sopho-
more to ever play in a Division
One contest.
During his high school
years,; ,Jenkins averaged 17
points and 15 rebounds for the
Port St. Joe Sharks. He was
named the team's most val-
uable player and a member of
the All Big Bend Conference.
"Johnny has a tremendous'
attitude." said Dick Danford,
Commodore coach. "Whether
it's a game or practice, he
comes to play and gives 100
percent .
"Johnny is an excellent
leaper and a good mid-range
shooter." Jenkins is expected
to play a wing forward posi-
tion for the Commodores.
Jenkins is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of Port
St. Joe. He is a physical educa-
tion major.
The Commodores open
their 1977 season Nov. 11 with
a home game against Enter-
prise Jr. College of Alabama.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1977


PAGE TEN


For 22 Years

For 22 years, Forest Ranger
John Redmon has kept the
responsibility for over 80,000
acres of Gulf county's wood-
lands; many in the Division of
Forestry say-"if Bear Bry-
ant can walk on water, then
John Redmon can do it with a
tractor and a plow!" That's
how good a firefighter he is!
Raised on a small farm near
Graceville, John is married to
the former Frances Paulk
from Campbellton. The couple
have six children and reside at
the White City Fire Control
Center in Gulf County.
When asked what he liked
most about his job in forestry,
John replied, "it's steady
work-dependable-no lay-
off's and Frances and I have
always been able to figure a
budget to live by". Proof of
this fact is that the Redmons'
six children completed school,
four of whom are college
graduates.. .one with a mas-
ter's degree.


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- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1977


Sharks Take 21-6 Homecoming



Victory Over Yellow Jackets


There aren't many football
games played in which both
teams are winners, but both
the Sharks and the Chattahoo-
chee Yellow Jackets won
something Friday night. The
Sharks took their second vic-
tory of the season while the
Yellow Jackets managed to
score their first points of the
season.
The Jackets were the first to
put points on the board and did
it with apparent ease, as they
marched from their own 32
yard line on the kick-off in 11
plays to score. The Jacket
points came on a fourth down
screen pass from the Shark 33
yard line, when quarterback
Ronnie Allen hit Jamie
Shouppe with the screen in a
fourth and ten situation. The
Jacket try for the extra point
failed.
The Jackets looked as if
they were going to make it
tough for the Sharks when
they recovered a Keith Neel
fumble two plays after their
score and had the ball about
mid-field.
The Shark defense stiffened
and the offense began to roll.
Keith Neel burst through the
line for 20 yards, but the gain
was called back by a clip.
Then; with first and 25, Mike
Cassani took the ball on a
reverse and brought the crowd
to its feet with a 40 yard gallop
down the'sideline. This put the
Sharks on the Jacket 29. Dus-
ty May and Neel then started
sharing the ball-carrying
chores and as the first quarter
ended, the Sharks were on the
Jacket three with second
down. After the rest period,
Neel scooted over from the
three and Wade Stoutamire
kicked the extra point to give
the Sharks all the points they


needed to win.
The Sharks nearly put an-
other one on the boards when
the Jackets fumbled on their
own 10 yard line with just over
a minute play. As the clock
wound down in the first half,
the Sharks were on the Jacket
one.
The Sharks took the kick-off
as the second half opened and
drove from the Jacket 42 in
five plays to put another TD on
the scoreboard.
Neel took the kick-off on the
Shark 20 and ran back to
the Jacket 42 before he was
stopped. Duane McFarland,
who was calling the signals,
hit R6nald Pickett with a 37
yard pass play to spark the
scoring drive, which put the
Sharks on the Jacket eight. On
the second play from scrim-
mage, Mac came sprinting
around right end to get into the
end zone. Again, Stoutamire
kicked the extra point.
The Sharks last touchdown
came about the middle of the
third period when Keith Neel
scored on an 18 yard run up
the middle. After three tries at
the extra point, the first two
of which missed and had to be
kicked over because of Jacket
penalties, Stoutamire drilled
the uprights for the 21-6 final
point production.
The last period saw the
Sharks pushing the Jackets all
over the field just about as
they pleased. The last period
also saw the Sharks get about
half of their 100 yards in
penalties.
The Shark offense pleased
the crowd as Keith Neel put on
a 157 yard exhibition as well as
the good running of Dusty May
and occasional spurts by Tim
Beard. McFarland's three


Keith Neel, who rushed for 157 yards
Friday night, has Jammie Shouppe grab him
by the foot, tripping up the Shark power


pass completions out of four
attempts to Ronald 'Pickett
kept Shark drives alive on
several occasions.
The defensive effort was led
by Vic Gilbert with six tackles
and seven assists; Drexel
Garland with seven and two,
Barry Nobles, five and four
and Ronald Pickett, five and
one.
FRIDAY'S GAME
The Sharks will travel to
Chipley Friday night to meet
the Tigers. The Tigers and the
Sharks always fight it out toe
to toe and Friday's game is
expected to be no exception.
Game time is 8:30 p.m., Port
St. Joe time.
THE YARDSTICK
Chat. PSJ
First Downs 6 14
Rushing Yards 25 284
Passing Yards 52 86
Passes 12-5-0 4-3-0
Punt Average 5-29 1-30
Fumbles-lost 1-1 3-3
Penalties-yards. 4-40 7-100


Duane McFarland is smothered
under a swarm of Yellow Jackets as
he strives to get another yard Friday
- night.


At right, the wiry quarterback
squirms across the goal line for the
Sharks' second score. 31 is Dusty
May who was running interference.
In "Jacket white" are: 11, Keith
Hannon: 12, Jammie Shouppe; 60,
Mat McPhaul: 30, Ronnie McMillan;
and 82. Reiner Reynolds.
-Star photo'


Gators Drop Their Second, 13-8 to




Number One Ranked Greensboro


BY DEAN MODLING
The Wewahitchka Gators
dropped their second straight
game last Friday night to the
Greensboro Bulldogs, 13-8.
:Although the Wewa defense
madee a fine effort in stopping
Oreensboro's attack, Greens-
boro almost completely had
Wewa's offense shut down.
:Early in the game, the
Gators gambled on a four and
one situation. Pippin took the
spap from center and handed
oTf to Dozier. Finding his hole,
Dozier ran for about three for
a first down at the 46 yard line.
Wewa was able to move the
ball into Bulldog territory, but
was not able to get another
f. st.
After three straight penal-
tiis on punts against the
Gators, Greensboro took over
onr their own 36.





-.-


Each team then took turns
shutting down each other, and
the first half ended with no
scores posted.
Greensboro had two
fumbles in the first half: one
on their own 39, which was
recovered by Walter Myers;.
and the second on their 40,
recovered by Lewis Wright,
stopping potential scoring
drives.
On their first play, Kenny
Powell ran, the ball for 20
yards. Next play, the quarter-
back, John Revell, kept the
ball for twelve more yards.
Next, an offside penalty
pushed the threatening
Greensboro Bulldogs back to
Wewa's 26 with a first and
fifteen.
Revell handed off to Kenny
Powell, who had a big hole and
ran to the 13. On second and
one, Klent James ran around
left end for a touchdown.
McNealy's PAT kick was wide
left. Greensboro led 6-0 with 7
minutes left in the third
quarter.
Clyde Gray ran back
Greensboro's kickoff to just
short of the 40 yardline. From
there. Wewa worked the ball
down to the Bulldog 25 yard-


line with the help of a couple of
good pass plays, one 10 yarder
to Lewis Wright, and a 25
'yarder also to Lewis Wright.
The play was called back by a
penalty. With 3rd down from
the 44. Pippin went to the air.
The pass was intended for.
Mike Chumney, but an over-
eager Greensboro defender hit
him early. Greensboro Coach
Jeff Webb disagreed and said
so. The official then indicated
another penalty against
Greensboro which moved the
ball to the Bulldog 25. But the
drive was killed by a holding
penalty against Wewa.
Mathes ended up the series by
punting Once again, penalties
hurt.
Late in the game, Greg
Mathes went back from the
Wewa 18 to punt on fourth and
twenty. GB defender Charles
Grimes had other plans, how-
ever. He ran in and blocked
the punt. With 3:39 left in the
game, Greensboro had a first
and goal on the one yardline.
After an illegal procedure
penalty, Greensboro scored on
a six yard run by QB Revell.
McNealy added the extra
point, making the score 13-0
with 3:33 left to play.


Wewa came back fighting
hard. Mike Chumney took the
kickoff and returned it to the
39. On first and ten, Gray was
buried for a one-yard loss. But
on a second and 11, Pippin
faded back and launched the
ball downfield to Ira
McFann who caught it and
was finally tackled. .on
Greensboro's 10 yardline. The
play was good for 52 yards.
With 1:06 left, Gray ran in
from-the 6-inch line.
Mathes lined up to kick the
extra point, but when the snap
came to holder Tim Pippin,
Tim stood up and threw to
Mike Chumney in the end zone
for two points.
The score tightened to 13-8,
but Wewa had only 1:02 to
work with. As expected,
Wright tried an onside kick.
THE YARDSTICK


First Downs
Rushes-yards
Passing Yards
Return Yards
Return Yards
Passes
Punt Average
Funbles Lost
Penalties


Wewa Grn.
6 11
36-31 39-188
98 1
25 1
25 30
16-5-0 9-1,-0
9-26 5-39
0-0 4-3'
8-60 8-70


.The first one was short,
forcing another kick from the
35. The second kick was
recovered by Greensboro. It
took them only three plays to
run out the clock.
Defensive standouts were:


Duke Vann with nine tackles
and three assists; Clyde Gray
with six and two; Allen Nelson
with three and seven; and Ira
McFann with two and five.
Wewa takes their 3-2 record
to Freeport this Friday night.


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*Homecoming Parade Drtiws Huge Crowd


THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1977 PAGE THIRTEEN


The Homecoming parade
attracted a record crowd in
town Friday afternoon.
Part of the attraction was
furnished by such attrac-
tions as the boy riding the
unicycle, at left, and the
snappy NJROTC color
guard, right. -Star photos


First Place Senior Class Float


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Second Place Freshman Float


Third Place 10th Grade Float


Thursday and Catherine Wood,
crown and flower bearers.


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