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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: November 3, 1977
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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i FORTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 10


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Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1977


Strike Threat Looms at SJPC


Unions File Notice for November 11 Walk-Out


If things don't change within the next 10 days, St. Joe
Paper Company will be shut down by its second strike in
its 40 years of operation.
Members of the International Brotherhood of Electri-
cal Workers, Local 875 and United Papermakers
International, Local 379, served a 10 day strike notice on
the company Monday at noon, following a stalemate in
negotiations which have been in progress since late July.
If the unions follow up the letter of intent with a walk-out,
the mill will be closed down next Friday, November 11 at
7:00 A.M.
The unions struck the mill in August of 1971 in a work
stoppage which lasted for eight long months before a
settlement was reached.


Troy Jones, president of the Papermakers Union told
The Star, "Our argument is that this is the first time in the
last 30-odd years that St. Joe Paper Company has failed to
give us the national pattern in wages. We were already 71/2
percent behind the national average in salary and
benefits. With other contracts being signed this year, we
are.now 18 percent behind."
Jones went on to say, "We would like to have this
year's International Paper Company pattern. I don't think
we're that far apart with the Company's offer, and we're
willing to give and negotiate".
L. L. Copenhaver, Manager of Industrial Relations for
the company told The Star, "We've offered the highest
money inducement ever offered by the company. At


present we are far apart and see no way to avert a
walk-out."
According to both parties, the Company has offered a
712 percent wage increase, a $1.00 increase in retirement
,over a two year period and several additional concessions
in the way of added holidays and increased vacation time
at several seniority levels.
Federal mediator Jack George of Mobile, Alabama
said he would remain in touch with both the union and the
company in a constant effort to get the two parties to
reach an agreement before the strike deadline rolls
around,
If the strike becomes a reality, some 900 men will be
idled from the paper mill alone, as well as many others
from satellite industries and wood procurement forces.
/


Trooper Bill Godwin questions two men involved in
Wednesday's accident. -Star photo


Two Accidents



Occur In Week


Two automobile accidents
were reported this week--one
by Port St. Joe city police and
one by Trooper Bill Godwin of
.the Florida Highway Patrol.
,Trooper Godwin said a two
car collision occurred Wed-
nesday evening of last week at
about 7:00 p.m., in front of the
Wonder Bar on St. Joe Beach.
Godwin reported that a se-
dan, owned by Donald Edward
Tullis and being driven by
Hielen Patrick..Crja,.backed.
into the highway from a
parking space in front of the
bar into the path of a second
vehicle.
The second vehicle, driven
by Allan Blair of Calloway
was travelling toward Pana-
ma City and was passing a
other vehicle as he approach-
ed the accident site. In the
Blair auto with the driver
were James Earl Blair, Billy
Joe Blair and Hugo Blair.
Trooper Godwin said the
Blair auto struck the rear end
of the Tullis auto as it was
backing out, causing the Blair
machine to spin around in the
road, coming to rest across
the highway right of way, 114
feet from the point of impact.
All the principals involved
were taken to the Municipal


Hospital for treatment and
released.
Trooper Godwin arrested
Ms. Coria, charging her with
improper backing and no valid
driver license
Blair was also charged by
Godwin for driving without a
license.
TRUCK, PICK-UP
Monday morning of this
week. a pick-up truck driven
by Donald Lamar Harrison of
Chipley collae;4Wi'thlaW _p-'
ty chip truck near th St'. Joe-
Paper Company wood yard
entrance. The chip truck was
driven by Davis Stinson of
Blountstown. Stinson was
charged by local police with
failure to yield the right of
way and was arrested by
investigating officers.
According to Police Patrol-
man Phil McLeod, Stinson
was coming out of the paper
mill wood yard and pulled into.
the path of Harrison's pick-up
which was travelling south 'on
U.S. 98. Harrison attempted to
stop before striking the chip
truck and his vehicle spun
around in the road, striking,
the larger truck with the rear
of the pick-up.
No injuries were reported.


Board Rejects




Zoning Change


The long-standing contro-
versy over whether or not to
allow a variance in the ordin-
ance to allow mobile homes to
locate in North Port St. Joe
was laid to rest Tuesday night.
The City Commission voted
unanimously to leave the Or-
dinance as it is, which does not
allow the homes to locate in
any part of the City limits.
James Dumas had petition-
ed the City in September to
make the change in the Ordin-
.ance._whlc.h.Jle felt would
up-grade the neighborhood
along Avenue B where he
wished'to locate his mobile
home. His neighbors felt it
wouldn't and the Commission
denied his first request. Du-
mas. then went door to door
with a petition in the area
considered for change and
collected signatures approv-
ing his putting in a mobile
home and asked the Commis-
siojr to reconsider its earlier
decision not to change the
Ordinance.
Tuesday, the Commission
acted on Dumas' last request
and again refused to change
the zoning ordinance to allow
mobile homes.
APPROVE CHANGE
The Department of Housing
and Urban Development has


approved a chain
future develop
Washington Re
proposed by th
Originally,
planned to reno
old school build
care center and
ing into a you
center, using
grant money t
work.
As the work
the overall plan
there wasn't e
left to pay for bo
remaining pro
City planned I
remaining fund
recreation buili
HUD has office
the plan, so the
will now be bui
$27,585.00. Work
begin in the ver
since the bids
been taken. Gr
tion Company
was the low bid
COUNTY R
Gulf County
that the City
problem of whi
offer a sewage
treatment serv
Beach and Bea
(Continued 4


Principal Ken Herring presents winner's certificate to Principal Edwin Williams look on.
Stayce Trammell, as runner-up Karen Muller, and Assistant


Stayce Trammell
Stayce Trammell has won burg, Va.
the Century III Leaders Miss Trammell triumphed
Scholarship competition at in the local phase of the
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High Century III Leaders Scholar-
School, according to' Ken ship Program, a national
Herring, principal. future studies, writings,
Miss Trammell is now eli- citizenship, and current
gible to compete with other events awareness competi-
high school seniors throughout tion. To do this, she scored
Florida for one of two $1,000 highest at the school in a
scholarships and also for a current events examination
$10,000 national scholarship and the writing of a brief
that will be awarded in a essay on America's needs and
conference of state winners in challenges for the future. The
historic Colonial Williams- program is administered by


Wins Competi


the National Association of
Secondary School Principals
and funded by Shell Oil
Company.
Runner-up in the com-
petition at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School was Karen
Muller, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanton Muller.
Miss Trammell, daughter of
Mrs. Mertha Trammell, and
the niece of Mrs. Katheryn
Miller, resides at 112 Broad
Street; now competes with
other high school winners


from around th
scholarships
portunity for t
national scholar
The two Flo
will receive ab
paid trip to the
Century III Na
ship Seminar in
February 24-27,
in seminars on '
In previous yea
these seminar
(Continued 4


nge in plans for
pment of the
creation site,
e City.
the City had
vate one of the
ings into a day
I another build-
uth recreation
federal block
o pay for the

progressed in


*


Several


Crimes


Solved


n, it was tound Port St. Joe Police Investi-
nPough ,money- gator David Rogers, with the
oth the planned assistance of Patrolmen Lar-
)jects, so the ry O'Shall and James Graves
:o put all the have solved several recent
Is into a youth burglaries this week. Johnny
ding. Mack Harrell and three juve-
cially approved niles have been arrested in
e youth center connection with two different
ilt at a cost of cases, and two burglary inci-
k is expected to dents are still unsolved.
ry near future, Unsolved is a case of a
have already pocketbook containing $80.00
iffin Construe- in cash being stolen from an
of Blountstown automobile owned by Marion
dder. Ann Costin while it was park-
rEQUESTS ed in the parking lot of the.
has requested First Baptist Church Sunday
get into their morning.
ether or not to Rogers said, "We have solv-
collection and ed this one, but we can't prove
ice to St. Joe it. A witness saw a car stop by
acon Hill, with the Costin car and gave a
description to police. The car
on Page 3) was stopped in Carrabelle by
the Florida Highway Patrol
but the pocketbook wasn't in
the car.
Rogers said, "If they are the
Sj ones who took the pocketbook,
'., they threw it out before they
were stopped."
A second unsolved case
S'involved theft of a television
set from the home of Doc
Hawkins at 173 Avenue C
Monday morning.
"The TV was stolen Monday
morning but not reported until
5:00 in the afternoon", Rogers
said. "By this time, he had
repaired the broken lock on
the door and cleaned up the
mess, making it impossible to
collect clues to the theft."
The investigator says he is
reasonably sure the Depart-
ment has solved several thefts
with the arrest of Harrell and
a juvenile in Bay County over
the week end. Harrell was
picked up in Bay County on a
warrant issued by Calhoun
County charging him with
.entry into several homes in
-Star photo that county.'
Rogers said he has ques-
tioned Harrell and received
confessions to several burg-
n laries recently here in Port St.
LIOI |Joe. Rogers. said he is being
.charged specifically with the
e state for two burglary of the home of Ber-
and an op- tha Clayton at 730 First Street,
he $10,000 top where $6.00 in cash was taken
rship. from the home.
ida winners Rogers said Harrell will be
rida winners questioned further about other
n all-expense crimes in the area.
e third annual. Police 'have also arrested
tional Leader- two juveniles and charged
Williamsburg, them with stealing gasoline
to participate from City vehicles at night
current issues. while they were parked at the
rs, speakers at City barn. The two youths
rs were such 'have been turned over to
on Page 3) juvenile authorities.


Natural Gas Line Coming


to Highland View Area


Workmen are shown in the photo above
laying a new natural gas line extension to the
Highland View area.
St. Joe Natural Gas Company, which
furnishes natural gas for Port St. Joe and Oak
Grove, started the extension line toward
Highland View last week and plan to begin
serving that area before the end of the year,
according to C. G. Costin, Jr., president of the
firm.
Costin said the firm is laying a four inch


pressure line to the community and should be:
finished with the transmission line installa-'
tion by the middle of December. "Customers
can start hooking up at that time", he said.
Costin said the local utility boasts of the
lowest domestic rates in the state and that he
sees no shortage of natural gas in the future'
for home heating use. "We may face some:
industrial shortages", he said, "but there:
seems to be a plentiful supply for home use.":
The firm is using its own- installation:
crews to do the construction work.


Along with all the other good news which
is being distributed about Gulf County this
week, Tax Collector Harland Pridgeon adds
to the glad tidings by telling The Star that the
tax statements were mailed out 'Tuesday of
this week.
"You should be getting your statements
about Thursday", Pridgeon stated.
The veteran Tax Collector said his office
has billed out $2,024,421.67 in taxes in the
annual mailing. This includes tax collections
for Gulf County, the Gulf County School
Board, and the cities of Port St. Joe and
Wewahitchka. "We collect for everyone with
one bill", Pridgeon said.
Although the taxes aren't due and pay-.
able until March 30, the law provides that
a tax discount may be earned by paying
early. The discount for paying in November is
four percent. The discount decreases one


percent per month until the net bill is due in
March.
PLEASE CALL
Pridgeon said the bills are now made out
and computed by a computer. "Things can go
wrong with those machines", he stated, "andt
we hope that anyone not getting a statement
or thinking there is an error to his statement
will call us immediately so we can correct
any errors".
Pridgeon said the taxes may be paid at
the Gulf County Courthouse here in Port St.
Joe; at his branch office in the old Courthouse
in Wewahitchka or sent to his office through
the mail. "Whichever way one pays"',
Pridgeon said, "he should also include the
statement part of the tax notice with his
payment so we can be sure and credit the
correct account".


U I


15' Per Copy


Tax Bills Mailed









PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 'HIURSDAY, NOV. 3. 1977



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EDITORIALS:


-3g


Enjoy

Carnival
Port St. Joe's Elemen-
tary PTA entertained the
school's children Saturday
afternoon with their annual
Hallowe'en carnival held
behind the Elementary
gym.
The kids showed their ap-
preciation for the parents'
efforts by turning out in
droves, and enjoying a full
afternoon of fun and
games. In the photo at left,
a line of kids gather
around the fish pond await-
ing their turn at trying for a
prize. Star photo


Here We GoAi


.We Hope Nc

r. 4Well, here we go again. It seems there was a Ic
7-ks if there is no stopping another the vicinity at
:' 'trike here at St. Joe Paper Corn- who wished to
,-==;pany's paper mill. order to keep
Those of us, who were here in time around,
11| i971 when the union employee's of the We have
company walked off the job for eight union side: w
.ianonths remember it well.. or not friends on the
i. tso well, according to what connota- was anything
tion one,would wish to put on such a newspaper wh
= happening. walk-out, we
.- / None of us relish the thought of print alf the e:
W J,;iaving'to go through another eight withoutadver!
v -'month strike. As a matter of fact, we so everyone co
jlon't relish the thought of having to of you who do
S g through a one month strike. It will type is big! S
hurt everyone. The last strike hurt which words w
some of us so badly we haven't fully we can but
still the making up for the lost time something will
S iii between to take into consideration day notice is s
between to take into consideration that an agree
yet. ed. Barring an
S If the unt workers fe e days,)'w can
?,-, must:itrike, m esn twe'sdtl eW' walk-utwhici
S ^iutit. 'We went through one, .i&W be of shbrt du
S although it wasn't easy or comfort- There are
I able, we made it. It won't be easy or in Port St. Joe
comfortable a second time, but some electing to wa
will make it, while others do not. will be without
The effects of the last strike walk out wlh
._.were dulled somewhat because the loss of too




SHate to Do It


The news over the week end was Security plan.
that the House of Representatives That's rid
has approved a plan for financing
-zSocial Security which will cost the It seems
6 ones paying the, benefits something could find a w
-ike $2,500 a year extra by 1981. Security trust
One spokesman for the House also be able to
1 said he hated to do it, but he could also be able to
| see no other way out of keeping the it solvent with
fund from going broke. rat
This means not only that the One of the
-worker will have another $2,500 a Social Securit
S'year deducted from his paycheck, using it for pur
7 but that his employer will also have it was intended
fl come up with his matching $2,500. Trying to
SAt least that's the way we under- able problem
standad it since the news reports said just points oui
S the new plan would cost the worker ally that the
| an extra $2,500. That's a total of continue to sp
:-$5,000...more,.. per year to keep a taking in with
workerr insured under the Social trouble.



SL tters. * to the Editor



We Are Speaking

Dear Editor; den mother I found our son's On
s, On October 4, our son came name was not on the list. She wa
-.home with gleam in his eyes had, at that time, nine mem- ha
about joining the Cub Scouts. bers (our son making the ho'
*IMany of his classmates were tenth). The den mother sug- ow
i joining this year. gested I leave him at the Th
Not knowing what lurked in meeting and call the Scout alr
the dark, I signed our son up Master later to find out his den dei
and paid the membership fee assignment. Th
f4n him to join the Cub Scouts. Unable to reach the Scott aci
SThis was the last news we Master, I left a message for clo
..heard about it until.last Wed- him to call me. He did return wa
Snesday when again he came the call later and told my wife den
-' 3wme with gleam in his eyes that it would be more conven- th<
gying there was to be a den ient if our son joined the pack grl
~ i'et at 4:00 p.m. that very (or den or whatever) in North
A ::4ay at the Hut (here in town). Port St. Joe. The next day I bei
I' rHis classmates had mentioned returned the call to the Scout (o
3at school. Master to get some logic to the No
. carried him to that meet- situation (why our son could
,~J-jg. Upon arriving at the not remain with the den he had fac
meeting and talking with the met with the previous day). for


ain,


)t

ot of work going on in
the time where those
work could go to in
tiWags together. This
this isn't true.
Slot of friends on the


'e also have a lot of for the well being of the
company side. If there community in the light of
we could say in this the Presentjabor situation.
ich would prevent the Everyone is urged to
1w uld' splurge and offer an intercessory
xitra pages necessary, prayer.
rising, in 144 point type
would read it. For those Inservice
on't'know it, 144 point
Since we don't know
wouldd ward off a strike, D ay Is
offer a prayer that
I be done before the 10 Monday
accomplished in order
nent might be reach-. The Career Education
y agreement-within 10' -Center has plans for a half day
agreementwthn inservice on Monday, Nov. 7.
only pray that- any -.... ins.vice is an effort to
h is accomplished will assist educators in increasing
ration. """ . "'hieir knowledge of resources
very few people here and career opportunities
both those who are available within the com-
b out and those who munity, and surrounding
k out and those who area.
t work because of the Educators have been
0o can afford to suffer assigned to businesses they
many pay days. chose which can compliment
.their work as teachers and-or
supervisors. Teachers par-
ticipating in this activity can
enhance their knowledge of
the "World of Work" within
their surroundings, increase
awareness of expectations of
the business and-or industrial
community of education, and
provide direct occupational
iculous. information which they can
better relate to their own
to us that if Congress areas of instruction toward
ay to break the Social students' career goals and
bnd, which they have opportunities.
fnd, which they have Students will be dismissed
ed to do, they should early Monday making it
figure out how to keep possible for all educators to
a reasonable payment participate.
This activity is now in the
fourth year of operation and
easiest ways to keep continues to be very popular
ty| solvent is to quit program among both teachers
*poses other than what and the business and-or indus-
q in fth first n1lao trial community.


cover every imagin-
,ith Social Security
t even more graphic-
Sgovernment can't
spend more than it is
oIt running into deep


Out"

ne of the reasons he gave
as that he did not wish to
ve more than eight in a den;
w ver, he went on to say his
n wife had 11 in her den.
e den my son met with
ready had 9 members with a
n mother and two helpers.
eden mother was willing to
cept our son in her pack and
sA membershipp at 10. (It
:s ,my assumption that the
n mother has final word on
number of members in her
ou .).
our &on was told it would be
tter if he joined another den,
ine which happens to be in
north Port St. Joe).
Our son is well aware of the
t ,that he is black; there-
re, le 'cannot try to be any


Fahrenheit invented the
mercury thermometer in
1714 A.D.


other color. The fact that he
does not understand why he
cannot join the den he chooses.
The fact that our son does
not understand why he had to
join a certain group is what
bothers us.
If the issue about the num-
ber in the group was so im-
portant why didn't the Scout
Master send (along with our
son) some from the other
group to the den mother in
North Port St. Joe? The den
mother in North Port St. Joe
has only 3-4 members. He
should have sent at least three
from one group and one from
the other group, to balance off
the grouping.
It has been brought to our
attention that the Scout Mas-
ter has implied to the den
mother in North Port St. Joe
that we thought our soon was
too good to belong in that
group. By not adequately solv-
ing the first problem the Scout
Master has tried to create
tension between the den
mother of North Port St. Joe


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


Ann Landers'has come up with two items in
recent columns which struck my fancy.
One article dealt with a clipping she received
in the mail which had been printed in a
California newspaper which opined students
x~yidl h bf !M d ti if k WA~


pretty design will show. It's hung that way unless
it gets hung the other way with the loose end
coming up from the bottom.
I don't really care which way it is hung, just
as long as there IS some hanging when I need it.


wuiu agt a U.mucn Ut~te auuI.ux, iiu UwL, ea I must be attractive to deer. You deer
month would be set aside in the schools to do hunters should take me along on your safaris
nothing but teach routine classes. There would during hunting season to get the deer to come out
be no extra-curricular activities. This would into shooting range.
include rehearsals, club meetings, sports prac- They like me.
tice, salesmen calling on class groups, rallies, Frenchie and I went to Orlando Thursday
etc. The teachers would do, nothing but teach afternoon for the week end to attend the Florida
students from the time the bell rang to assemble League of Cities meeting being held there in the
in the morning until it rang to dismiss school in Hyatt House at Kissimmee.
the evening. As we were travelling through the Perry
I attend Kiwanis Club quite regularly as Cut-Off, what should jump out in front of us right
their guest. Among their guests each Tuesday at in broad daylight but a fine deer. That's the third
noon are several members of the Key Club, time-this year a deer has jumped in front of us.
which is sponsored by Kiwans. Prncipal- en ndt_ afu.up near Chattalbochee earlier
Herring, a Kiwaiian, sort of agreestWith thiso,-dq- y at,-, -d cost i- s I,O0 for repaIirs to our
California writer, it seems to me. Almost car-., The others missed us.- -..
_n4A-- y ... Wl it .... ,. _. car. The others missed us.


invariably ne will introduce a student anud list nhis
or her extra-curricular activities by saying: "He
is a member of Key Club, the Student, Council,
the football team, the Lettermen's Club, a
member of the yearbook staff, Honor Society,
etc., and. . during his spare time he attends
class".
Ann's column may have hit the nail on the
bead as to part of the reason Superintendent
Walter Wilder had to predict that 30 percent of
'the students who took the achievement tests last
week would not pass them.

Ann had another long seige with the proper
way to hang the toilet paper on the roll in the
bathroom.
You wouldn't believe the number of reasons
which were given for hanging the paper with the
loose end coming over the top and the loose end
coming under the bottom of the roll.
In our house, we hang the paper with the
loose end coming over the top of the roll, so the


Ambulance

Squad Giving

Pressure Checks
Free blood pressure checks
are available all day today
(Thursday) in the lobby of the
Florida First National Bank
here in Port St. Joe. The free


and us. This is another tactic
of preventing our son from
selecting the den of his choice.
An unknown writer once said,
"We are all in slavery to a
person until we speak out and
let that person know we have
been done wrong."
"We feel our son was done
wrong (by not having freedom
of choice) and we are speak-
ing out.
Cordially,
'Carl R. White.and
Christine B. White


A Letter

of Thanks

October 26, 1977
Dear Mr. Ramsey:
Our new library is a dream
come true only because people
like yourself devoted time and
effort toward a particular
goal.
Especially appreciated is


service is being offered by the
members of the Port St. Joe
squad of the Gulf County
Volunteer Ambulance Ser-
vice.
Since high blood pressure is
a painless disease which gives
no symptoms unless it is a
serious problem, the squad
members urges that everyone
take advantage of this free
offer.


the news coverage you have
given our building project
since its inception.
Thanks for your support.
Yours very truly,
W. B. (Bill) Simmons


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. 2:00 A
Fri. 2:39 A
Sat. 3:21 A
Sun. 3:36 A
9:20 P
Mon. 7:36 A
8:40P
Tues. 10:33 P
Wed. 10:52 P


Low
12:40 P
1:09P
1:26P
1:11P
4:24 A
12:10P
5:03 A
5:52 A


I have always driven about 60 to 65 miles per
hour on the highways. I even kept up the practice
after the 55 mile per hour speed limit went into
effect. I kept an eye peeled for highway
patrolmen and drove sensibly so I wasn't even
stopped when one slipped up on me. The speed
limit didn't slow me down. But, the deer and
their affinity for the front end of my car are
causing me to drive even more defensively, even
to the point of slowing down.
While we were in Orlando, we were taken out
to Rosie O'Grady's place for an evening meal. In
Orlando, Rosie O'Grady's is an eating place, a
cocktail lounge, a soda fountain and
a saloon, all in one huge building.
Rosie's was an unique place. Everything
was built and decorated in the decor of the 1890's.
A person could spend hours just looking at the
interesting wood-work, mouldings, furnishings,
mirrors, windows, etc.
We had a fine meal in which City Clerk Mike
Wright and I ordered a side dish of snails along
with our meal, just to see what they taste like.
The menu had them listed as "Escargots", but I "
knew they were snails. They brought us a dish of
five snails and five whole mushrooms swimming
in a butter sauce. They were good!
I am iot a frequenter of cocktail lounges And
saloons (this was a saloon, not a bar), but in
Rosie's cocktail lounge was one of the best string
bands of true musicians (as opposed to guitar
pickers) who were playing some of the best
country and Bluegrass musicI have ever heard.
I had to go in and listen to it a while. In the
saloon, which featured a soda fountain all the
way down one wall and the bar down the other
side of the long room, there was a fine brass band
consisting of a tuba, a clarinet, a trombone, a
trumpet and a banjo banging out some of the best
Dixie Land I have ever heard. Neither band was
composed of amateurs.
I had to bend my rule about not frequenting
bars and go in to listen to some real toe-tapping
rhythm.
The music must have had some effect on the
patrons, because I didn't see the first drunk or
the first person out of the way. For a teetotalling
Baptist deacon, this was hard to believe. But this
same TBD enjoyed the music very much.

For those of you who have snickered at the
new yellow fire truck the City has recently
'purchased, I came across an article recently
which said that in 1976, 40 per cent of the new fire
trucks ordered were requested to be painted
yellow. Now, I see where a manufacturer is
manufacturing yellow suspenders for. firemen, to 4
match the trucks.
There's nothing like a matched pair of truck
and suspenders to make a fireman feel right in
style.


Ministers

Call for

Prayer
The Port St. Joe Mini-
sterial Association is call-
ing upon all churches in the
surrounding area to have
special piriyers this Sun-
day during' their services


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla, THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1977


OBITUARIES:

4 R. L. Teat, Brother of

Wewa Woman, Died


Robert L. (Bob) Teat, 54, a
former resident of Apalachi-
cola, passed away Sunday in
the Veterans Hospital in Lake
City.-
Mr. Teat was the owner and
manager of Teat's Grocery in
Apalachicola and a veteran of
World War II.
.Survivors include: his wi-
'dow, Mrs. Doris Teat, of
Columbia, Ala., four sons,.
Dennis, Donnie, David and
Bobby Teat, all of Columbia,
Ala.; one daughter, Mrs.
Charlott Smith. of Columbia,
Ala.; three brothers, Eric of.
Apalachicola, Ed of Stillwa-
ter, Minn., and Bobby of
Exceldior Springs, Mo.; three
i sisters, Mrs. Pat Glass of'
Wewahitchka, Mrs. Marie
Powell of Leesburg, Ga., and
Mrs. Olivia Busby of East-
point.
Graveside funeral services
will be heldat 2:00 p.m., today
in the Shiloh Cemetery, cal-


PAGE THREE


Haddock All-American


Gene Raffield, left, presents a plaque to
Kenneth Haddock, which denotes Haddock as
a member of the All-American Industrial
League Slow Pitch softball team for the entire
nation. Haddock, who played third base for
Raffield's, had a batting averap" "ver 500 for
the year, and had the best fleldifhe percentage


houn County, with the Rev.
Floyd Dennis, officiating.
All services will be under
the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home of Port St. Joe.

Last Rites for
Charlie Williams
Charlie Williams, 75, a resi-
dent of Port St. Joe, passed
away Thursday morning of
last week, following a lengthy
illness.
Mr. Williams had been a
resident of Port St. Joe for the
past 10 years. He was a TV
repairman by trade.
Graveside funeral services
were held last Friday, October
28 at 5:00 p.m., in the Foiest
Hill Cemetery, with the Rev.
Rogers officiating..
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funer-
al Home in Port St. Joe.


Mexico Beach

Votes Tuesday
Voters of Mexico Beach will
go to the polls Tuesday to cast
their ballots to elect an entire
City Commission. All the in-
cumbents are seeking re-elec-
tion and.all have opposition.
Polling will be at the Town
Hall, with the polls remaining
open to voters from 7:00 a.m.,
to 7:00 p.m., CST.
Incumbents and their op-
ponents include:
Mayor, W. W. Champion,
opposed by M. L. (Bob) Hale.
Commissioner, Group II,
Charles Britt, with Pauline
field as an opponent.'Commis-


City Commisssion Meeting Report


the effluent to be sent to a business sewed up here in the
proposed treatment station at south end of the county. DER
Mexico Beach. has designated you as the
The County wants the City of water supplier and sewage
Port St. Joe to make a study to treatment center for the entire
see if the sewage from the south end of the county."
beaches area could be pumped Simon went on to say that
to the Port St. Joe plant DER wasn't likely to approve
cheaper and more effectively another disposal plant in this
than the county could particir- vicinity with the one at Port
pate in paying for a new St. Joe operating.
disposal plant at Mexico' DIDN'T PAY
Beach. Clerk Mike Wright dropped
The City must make an area a bombshell on the City Comn-
impact study, anyhow, for the mission Tuesday night a
federal government, to justify $15,000 bombshell.
the existence of the Waste- Wright told the Board the'
water Treatment Plant. The Social Security people have
County made an official re- informed him that the City did
quest Tuesday that the study not pay Social Security for
also include the beaches area temporary employees and
to see if it is.feasible to include
this area as customers for the several employees who were
local plant. on probationary employment
The Commission agreed to prior to 1975. "I don't know if it
have the study made, with the was paid or not," Wright said.
understanding that the County "We're searching the records
_ would bear.tpirr shareofbt. P qo..The.Soif 9 gurity peo-
expense which might be in- pie say the practice has been
curred through the expanded going on for some time, but
study. the statute of limitations pre-
Bob Simon, manager of the vent Social Security from,
treatment plant, told the Corn- collecting fot0payments which
mission, "Regardless of whe- were not made prior to 1973."
other you like it or not, you Wright said he had no idea
have the water and sewer of how much money will be


owed, if any, but, taking the
charges of the government
agency as being correct, he
figures the money owed will
come to about $15,000.
Mayor Frank Pate instruct-
ed Wright to search the pay-
roll records thoroughly and.
see if the. situation is as
charged. "If it is, we have no
alternative but to pay it, and
let's get it over with as quickly
as possible."
More good news.
DOGS!
The only complaints to come
before the Commission Tues-
day night were the ever-pres-'
ent one concerning dogs roam-
ing and making a pest of
themselves and some resi-
dents of 10th Street complain-
ing of lime dust covering their
homes from truck traffic on
Knowles Avenue..
Street Superintendent Dor-
ton Haddon addressed both
problems. i
SHetold the Commission that
trucks are hauling material.
into property on 10th adjacent
to Knowles. "They are stirring
up the dust making the turn
into 10th." Haddon said he had
some polluted oil which he
would spread on Knowles in


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keep, the dust down.
On the dog matter, Haddon
sdid he had neither a dog
catcher nor a truck for the
catcher hfe doesn't have at this
time. "We have tried to keep.


from Page 1


the dog situation 'down by
catching them with men we
have available, but the big
problem is that the owners
will come by and pay the $2.00
fine and turn their dogs loose
out on the streets again. I


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think the fine needs to be a
little stiffer."
Mayor Frank Pate then
asked Clerk Mike Wright to
poll some other-etiitmunities
in the area to see what they do
about the matter ., "


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of the team. Raffield's placed 13th in the
nation of the tourney held recently in
Birmingham, Ala. Haddock was one of 14
members on the first team for the All.
American selection. Clayton Wooten, also of
Raffield's, was named.to the second team as a
pitcher. -Star photo


sioner, Group III, Chris King,
opposed by Tom Hudson.
Commissioner, Group IV,
Robert Timmons, challenged

Trammel.
notables as architect-futurist
Buckminster Fuller and an-
thropologist Rene Dubos.
Entries were judged on the
basis of the student's demon-
strated leadership potential
and their viewpoints, as
written, on particular issues
-that America is likely to
confront and how such chal-


by William Henderson. Com-
missioner, Group V, Don
Scott, with James Heathcock
also seeking the post.

* * from Page 1
lenges should be met..
Miss Trammell is a member
of the. Wheelettes, Keyettes,
Senior Executive Board,
Monument Staff, National
Honor Society, Junior Miss
Contestant, and candidate for
1978 Presidential Classroom.
She enjoys sewing, cooking,
music and meeting people.


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TfIE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1977


Gulf Co. Senior Citizens



Association Now Reality


The Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association is now a
reality. In 1974, the Gulf
County Recreation Depart-
'int under the direction of
Walter Wilder encountered a
need for the elderly to be aided
in recreational, social and
welfare problems in Gulf
County.
The Recreation Department
being under-funded to add this
service to their program,
sought out concerned citizens
and formed "Gulf County
Senior Citizens Association".
In 1975, having no additional
funds,- the Senior Citizens'
Association could offer only
social activities and some
transportation needs to the
elderly, but no assistance in
nutritional needs and 'many
other, especially medical..The
SAssociation sought local and
then federal assistance in
seriring the needs of Gulf
County's elderly.
: The Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association applied

I:Festival

Iof Praise

:at LABC
: A Fall Festival, of Praise,
iill be conducted at the Long
j venue Baptist Church,
; ovember 6-9. There will be a
kpecidl praise-service each of
the four evenings beginning at
i:00 P.M. The church nursery
'rill be open and the public is-
j ordially invited to attend.
/ The Sunday evening service'
w' ill be a testimonial service
iith an evangelistic message
Ly. the pastor and special
music by one of the phoral
groups in the church. On
/ Monday evening the entire
service will be praise through
-ULusic. Several choral groups
*ill participate including the
.praise Choir conducted by
,'erome Cartier. A visiting
S 'Paptist layman will speak on
S Tuesday evening. A special
service of praise through in-
tercessory prayer will be held
:on Wednesday evening.

Card of Thanks
It is with deep gratitude that
v e pause, to offer our sincere
-thanks to our many Gulf
SCounty friends for their tele-
phone calls flowers, prayers
and lovely cards received
during our bereavement. Your
:;many expressions of,
:sympathy are greatly ap-
'preciated and will be long
:remembered.
The Family of
Byron A. "Buck" Alexander

For

Ambulance
-- Call-

227-2311


and was granted the Title VII
Nutrition Program funding,
the service began a noos "'"me
nutritional meal for citizens 60
years of age and over on
Tuesday of this week. Along
with the nutrition program,
social' services, referral
service, transportation,
leisure time activities and
other activities will be pro-
vided /
The program will provide
two main meal sites and two
satellite sites, serving 120.
meals daily, Monday through
Friday,' over the entire
county. Home-bound meals
will be provided where
feasible and necessary.
The Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation hopes to create and
provide recreational activities
and social activities and to
enhance programs to prevent'
loneliness and instill a little.
happiness in the lives of senior
-citizens of the community.
The primary goal of the
Association is that eventually
all senior citizens in Gulf
County will be assisted with
some of ,their needs and
hopefully participate in some,
if not all, of the program
activities.
The nutrition program en-
lanhces the county with a


budget of $116,923.51 of federal
funds,-tax dollars returned to
the community.The program
was assisted by the City of
Port St. Joe, the City of
Wewahitchka, the Gulf County
Commission with a local
match of 10 per cent.
The Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association, Inc., is
grantee agency under federal
older 'Americans Act (1965)
and aging and adult services,
a division of H.R.S. Lou
Merriftt, Program Supervisor,
Tallaflagsee, has been greatly
instrumental by coordination
the program for Gulf County.


DAWNMARIE WHITFIELD


Many thanks to Mrs. Sarah
Riley, Mrs. Wynn Marsh, and
countless others for hours of
participation and responsi-
bilities of putting the program
together.
Gulf County Senior Citizens
Association, Inc., officers are
Robert M. Moore, President;
Walter Wilder and Mrs. Annie
Gaskin, Vice Presidents; Mrs.
Barber. Shirley, Secretary;
and Larry Mathes, Treasurer.
Title VII' Nutrition Project
Director is Mrs. Mary P.
Elliott and the Title VII Nu-
trition Accounting Officer is
Jack Hall.

Couple

Plans to

Marry
Mr. and Mrs. Warren C.
Whitfield of Port St. Joe are
proud to announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Dawn
Marie, to Mike Kirkland, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kirkland
of White City.
The wedding will be held on
Nov. 4 at 7:00 P.M.at 201 7th
St., Highland View. All friends
and relatives are invited to
attend.


Standing. Chris Earley, Asst. Principal Sarah Iiley. Seated is Principal Ken Herring.
Edwin Williams and Guidance Counselor -Star photo


Plans Being Made for


College Night at School


Preliminary plans are being
made at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School for the annual
College Night program.
College Night is Thursday,
December 8, 6:30-9:30 p.m.,
EST. All parents of juniors
and seniors attending the high
school are asked to reserve
this night. All junior and
senior parents are urged to
attend College Night activities
with their children.

College Night provides
opportunities for parents and
senior high students to visit
with various college repre-
sentatives and gather all
necessary information toward
post-high planning.

Gospel Sing at

Church of God
The Highland View Church
of God is having a Gospel sing
Saturday night, Nov. 5 at 7:30
P.M. Special singers will be
"The Echoes From Calvary."
Everyone has a special invi-
tation to come.


Detailed information will be
circulated later. This activity
is being sponsored by the
Guidance Departmefit-


Counselors: Mrs. Sarah A.
Riley, Senior Counselor, Mr.
Chris Earley, Junior Coun-
selor.


"Come Together", at St. Andrews Baptist Church last Friday
C m T g and Saturday. Shown as they are preparing to depart from
eO og e their the church parking lot are: from left, Shirley Ford, Ouida
Cross, Tonya Cross, Sheila Gliem, Janet Gliem, Cindy Mur-
These young ladies, members of Acteens at First Baptist dock, Cathy McFarland, Trixye Rich, Dina Parker and Pete
Church, and their chaperones, attended a state meeting, Tqotle. -Star photo
II


A Layman's View


Bible Notes


While' reading the Living
Bible you become aware of the
simplicity of the gospel. This
is certainly the case in this
focal passage. Colossians 1:20
(LB), "It was through what
hisSon did that God cleared a
path for everything to come to
Him-all things in heaven and
on earth-for Christ's death on
the cross has made peace with
God for all by His Blood." Man
had sinned in the Garden of
Eden and had literally become
enemies of God. He needed a
way back to peace with God.
This was accomplished in the
only way by Christ's death on
the crqss. Verse 21, "This
includes you who were once so
far away from, God. You were
His enemies and hailed Him
and were separated from Him
by your evil thoughts and
actions yet He has brought you
back as His friends." This
verse clarifies (if needed)
,those who need to come back
to God and then He calls us His
friends. Praise God!
Verse 22, "He has done this
through the death on the cross
of His own human body. And
now as a result Christ has
brought you into the very
presence of God, and you are
standing there before Him
with nothing left against you-
nothing left that He could even
chide you for;" First compare
Verse 20 with 22 as showing
complete agreement of God
the Father and Jesus on
Jesus' death on the cross.
Then, very important, note
where the born-again


By Billy Norris


Christian is placed because of.
what God provided through.
Jesus. If you have never
accepted Jesus Christ as your
Saviour read carefully the
above verses and then simply


ask Jesus to save you. Admit
you have sinned and then
confess you believe Jesus is
the Son of God. God loves you.
He really does and wants you
to be in the Family of God.


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THE STAR, Port St.'%Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1977


Gators Ruin Carrabelle Green


Devils' Homecoming


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display these four fine redfish which they
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Robert Capps, left, and Mike Williamson -Star photo


News...


From the High School

By WOODY JONES .
The Keyettes and Key Club Navy cadets are going to try to
in a joint meeting with Ki- be really sharp and show em'
wanis Club voted to build a up'.
new trophy case at the high SAT tests for seniors will be
school. It seems that the old given on Nov. 5. For further
one just isn't big enough to details, contact Mrs. Riley.
hold all those trophies. UPCOMING EVENTS:
On Nov. 12, members of the All students will have a'
'National Honor Society will chance to go to the Career
attend the District Meeting in Fair on Nov. 3 in the PSJHS
Panama City. Other area high gymnasium from 8:30 to 2:30.
schools will also be repre- Thirty careers will be repre-
sented at this meeting. sented, so there is'something
Cadets from the NJROTC for everybody.
unit are planning to march in College night will be held on
he Veterai"n'$iPy Para4 in., juniors and
Panama City on Nov. 1ii The seniors are invited to attend.
ROTC units from Panama All students will have an
City will also march, so the opportunity to talk to people


Public Notices


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Pursuant to Public Law 92-500, Section
401 (a) (1), Federal Water Pollution
Control Act (1972 Amendments), this
agency has received an application for
certification that the following pro-
ject(s) will comply with the applicable
water quality standards of the State of
Florida as prescribed in Chapter 17-3,
Florida Administrative Code.
File: 23-25-3942
Name: Melvin Nachtshelm apd
Harris Guy Gibson
*"To excavate 1,010 cubic yards of
material from an area to construct a
boat slip 100' long by 30' wide, the spoil to
be placed at the southwest corner of the
?property, and to construct a wood dock
within the slip 85' long by 10' wide; to be
located in Section 5, Township 6 South,
Ran3e 11 West, Intracdastal Waterway
south of Overstreet."
All interested 'persons are hereby In-
formed that this agency is considering
,the issuance of a certification to the
.applicant.
interested persons are hereby notified
that objections may be filed within- 20
,days from date of this publication.
.Objections must be submitted in writing
to the below address and must be sup-
ported by evidence which would indi-
-cate that the subject projects() would
have an adverse effect on water quality
- standards of the above described
Skaters.
* Details of the locations and plans for the
above projects) and other relevant
information may be examined at this
,office between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
State of Florida
Department Of Environmental Regula-
tion
- Division Environmental Permitting
3101 West Highway 98
Panama City, Florida 32401
Telephone: 7.9-3576 It 11-3
1 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
rolect No. 04-51-21081
Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida


Separate sealed bids for renovation of
first floor old previous Courthouse,
Wewehitchka, Fla. and re-roofing and
repairs of Gulf County Health Clinics at
Port St. Joe and Wewahltchka, Florida,
Gulf. County; will be received by the
Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida at the office of ClerlrOf
Circuit Court, Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe, Florida, until 7:00 o'clock
P.M., E.S.T., Nov. 22, 1977, and then at
said office publicly opened and read
aloud.
The information for Bidders, Form of
Bid, Form of Contract, Plans, Specifica-
tions, and Forms of Bid Bond, Perform-
ance and Payment Bond, and other con-
tract documents may be examined at the
following:
Office of the Architect, Charles A.
Gaskin, State Road 22, Wewahitchka,
Florida, and officeof the Clerk of Circuit
Court, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Copies may be obtained at the office of
Charles A. Gaskin, AIA, Architect,
located at State Road 22, Wewahitchka,
Florida; upon payment of $50.00 for each
set. (One set).
Any unsuccessful bidder, upon return-
ing such set promptly and In good
condition will be refunded his payment
and any non-bidder upon so returning
such a set will be refunded $25.00.
Any additional set, returned in good
conditiondition, will be refunded $25.00.
The owner reserves the right to waive
any informalltleser to reject any or all
bids.
Each bidder must deposit with his bid,
security in the amount, form and subject
to the conditions provided in the infor-
mation for Bidders.
Attention of bidders Is particularly
called to the requirements as to condi-
tions of employment to be observed and
minimum wage rates to be paid under
the contract.
No bidder may withdraw his bid within
30 days after the actual date of the
opening thereof.
Charles A. Gaskin
10-31-77 3t 11-3


from three of the many col-
leges which will be repre-
sented.


Men's Cage

League Talk
There will be a meeting for
all who are interested in
forming the men's basketball
leagues this season. The
meeting will be on Monday
evening, Nov. 7, at 7:00 P.M.,
upstairs in the City Hall
Building.
This meeting will be for the
purpose of starting both an
open league and the church
league. If you have a question
or a suggestion please call
John Clenney at 229-6119 at the
Recreation Department.


IyFD Slates

Turkey Shoot
The Highland View Volun-
teer Fire Department will be
sponsoring a turkey shoot
Saturday, according to Fire
Ghief John Peak.
The turkey shoot will be held
on Highway 98, to the west of
Highland View.,
Everyone is invited to the
shoot which will begin at 2:00
p.m., Saturday afternoon.

Farmer Heads

Plastics Firm
Clyde Farmer, former resi-
dent of Port St. Joe and
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School, has been appointed
president of Capital Plastics,
Inc., Tallahassee. The new
company specializes in cus-
tom molding and fabrication.


The Wewahitchka Gators
won their second straight last
Friday night against a sur-
prising Carrabelle team, 14-6,
at Carrabelle's, homecoming.
Wewa's defense was able to
hold when necessary, and the
offense put the heeded points
on the board, in spite of
several turnovers.
Wewa's Clyde Gray re-
ceived theiopening kick-off at
his own ti, and made a good
return all the way down: to
Carrabelle's 38-yard line. -
Onfirst down, Nate Dozier
fumbled the ball, and Ross
Lee recovered for the Green
Devils.
Quarterback George.,
Thompson then led his team
down to Wewa's 27, using
Danny Litton and Rod Kil-
bourn's %running ability and
brother Charlie's catching
ability.
Kilbourn drove to the one on
four plays, then a quarterback
sneak by Thompson scored the
touchdown. The PAT was
wide, making the score 6-0 late
in the first quarter.
Wewa again lost the ball,
this time on third down, as
Randy Millender intercepted


a Pippin pass on his 40, and
returned it to Wewa's 42. After
a 20-yard pass play, Wewa's
defense pushed the Green
Devils back eight yards in four
plays and gave the Gator
offense the ball on the 30.
Dozier moved the ball up to
the 44 in four successive run-
ning plays. Then, Gray got the
call, running the ball around
right end for seven yards, then
around left end for 32. Four
plays later, Dozier took the
pitch out from two yards out
for the tying score.
Because of a hand injury to
kicker Greg Mathes, Wewa
lined up for two. Pippin pitch-
ed back to Gray, and while
everyone went after him, he
threw to Ira McFann, but the
pass was just out of reach. So,
the score stood tied at 6-6.
It looked as if Carrabelle
would do something on its next
possession, but Wewa's de-
fense was relentless. On first
and 10, Dozier hit. the ball
carrier for a loss of two; the
second down pass was almost
intercepted by Willie Hill;
third down screen pass went
for no yards; and on fourth
down, Phillip Hall and Ralph


Joe's Thumb Is Green

Joe Badger, the city's premier cotton-grower, can also
grow sweet potatoes. He brought this 11 pound sample by The
Star to prove he could. --Star photo


Rish buried the quarterback.
With less than two minutes
left in the half, the offense
didn't have time to put any-
thing together. But neither did
Carrabelle's. In rapid succes-
sion, Pippin, then Thompson
were both intercepted. The
half ran out with Wewa in
possession of the ball.
On Carrabelle's third pos-
session of the-second half, it,
looked as if they might score.
After Pippin's punt, they
drove from the 50 to Wewa's
17. On. second and four, QB
Thompson handed off, and
Ralph Rish was waiting for
him. Rish wrestled the ball
from Ronnie Morris and was
finally brought down on the 24.
What would you call, that, a


fumble recovery?
Nate Dozier took over the
running game, moving. 31
yards in four plays. Pippin
next carried for six. Then, Ira
McFann ran a reverse for 14
yards to the 25. A facemask
penalty against the Green
Devils moved the ball to the
13. Two plays later, Dozier
carried the ball in from the
five.
Gray, on the PAT, was going
to try a halfback pass, but
could find no one open, so he'
ran it in himself: Score: 14-6,
with 7:58 left in the game.
From then on out, it was all
Wewa. On Wewa's next pos-
session, Dozier burst loose
for 75 yards and a touchdown,


"Guls Cry"


The "Gull's Cry", Gulf
Coast Community College's
bi-weekly newspaper, recent-
ly won more state awards in
its division of the Florida
Community College Press As-
sociation (FCCPA), than any
other. community college
newspaper.
The eight awards won by the
",Gull's Cry" were presented
at a state convention in
Gainesvillewhich is held an-
nually to recognize the state's
top publications.
The "Gull's Cry" is printed
by The Star Publishing Com-
pany in Port St. Joe.
In addition, to the eight
newspaper awards, the "Pan-
orama", Gulf Coasts's general
magazine, won the top award
given in its division.,
"Gull's Cry" staffer Lori
Herrera was also elected sec-
ond vice president. of the
student press association and
Gull's Cry sponsor, Bob Bar-
ton, was elected secretary to
the state's advisor associa-

Awards won by the "Gull's
Cry" included: best typog-
raphy and makeup, third
place and best advertising
layout, third place. Individual
winners included: Carol
White, newswriting, first
place: Tim Marcrum, best
general column, first place;
Tom Lewis, best editorial,
third place; Roy Houpt, best
sports photo, third, place; Jo
Galbraith, best feature photo,
third place; and Dale Hartzog,
best news photo, third place.
The college magazine, "Pano-
rama", won first place for
best typography and layout.
Throughout the three-day
convention, this year's edition


but it was called back due to.a
holding penalty.
On Carrabelle's next pos-
session, there was: a two yard
run; an almost intercepted
pass; a quarterback sack; and
finally, a Walter Myers block-
ed punt.
With only 2:35 left on the
clock, Wewa just tried: to
protect their lead. Carrabell6
took over with :35 left and '6-
yards to go. QB Thompson'
went to the air on second
down, but the wrong color
jersey caught it. Gray picked
it off at the 50 and returned it
to the 31. The clock ran out-ort
the next play.
Wewa's defense played good,
football the entire night.


Wins Awards,".


of the "Gull's Cry" was con-
tinually characterized as a
very readable, mature, pro-


fessional publication which
reflects modern trends'dii
newspaper design.


MEXICO BEACH



Vote For.


JIM HEATHCOCK

Candidate for

Councilman Gp. V

On Nov. 8

Pd. Pol. Adv., paid by Pauletta Campbell, Campaign
Treasurer. Non-partisan.




MEXICO BEACH

Vote for Better Government




VOTE FOR



PAULINE



FIELD'

Gp. 11

Pd. Pol. Adv., paid by Pauletta Campbell, Campaign. .
Treasurer. Non-partisan.


MEXICO BEACH VOTERS

More of the Same?

Or a complete change?


Vote for Better Govemment
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.


We at Comforter Funeral Home are pleased to

announce the addition of a new 1977 Cadillac

hearse to our fleet. It has always been our goal

to offer the finest in facilities, equipment,

and service to the people in our area.




Comforter Funeral Home

"Filling A Need Since 1946"

Phone 227-3511


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PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV._3, 1977


tects the health of our community
Mad herps make Nfe longer and
more comfortable. If you're unde-
cdded about ur future, consider
a career in Pharmacy. It's a field
of Importance, responsibility, and
: challEnip..overfowngwith grat-
fying pers rewards.

TOUR RECALL PHARMACY

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


Reynolds Collection


Truck Buys Aluminum


Id

IV.

m


Seafood Festival Saturday


The time for the 14th annual Florida
Seafood Festival to be held in Apalachicola on
Saturday, November 5, is quickly approach-
ing, and those who have attended this colorful
event from its earliest days, are poised for
their annual trek to the coast.

Along with the regular visitors, will come
many who have not attended before, and they
will be exposed for the first time to what


recycling unit will be at the
County Dock Boat Base, Ave-
nue "E" and Waters Street.
Reynolds pays 17 cents a
pound for aluminum beverage
cans and other clean house-
hold aluminum items such as
pie plates, foil, frozen food and
dinner trays, and dip, pudding
and meat containers.
Certain other items, includ-
ing aluminum siding, gutters,
storm door and window
frames, and lawn furniture
tubing are also worth 17 cents


amounts to the unofficial slogan of the
festival: "Eat fish and live longer; eat
oysters and love longer." Many will wonder
about the origin of this slogan, and some will
think it the product of a river swamp Madison
Avenue type developed for the purpose of
selling seafood.
It appears however, that the motto stems
from a local legend about the first man who
ate an oyster.


a pound if properly prepared.
This aluminum must be free of
all foreign materials, cut to
lengths not exceeding three
feet and should not be mixed
with cans.
Dave Vardell, Reynolds
District Manager for alumi-


num recycling said, "The
Holiday Season is almost here,
and extra money received
from collecting aluminum for
recycling will be useful for
upcoming shopping and enter-
taining throughout the holi-
days."


General Electric refrigera-
tor, excellent condition, 229-
8102. It 11-3

Control hunger and lose
weight with New Shape Diet
Plan and Hydrex Water Pills.
At Campbell's Drug. 2tp 11-3

Good buy, old bedroom
suite, reg. size bed, chest of
drawers, dresser and mat-
tresses, $65; 1 regular bed,
,$15; set of bunk beds and mat-
-tresses. $50. 648-4860.
ltc 11-3

Firewood for sale. Phone
227-7772. tfc 11-3

GARAGE SALE
Thursday, 9:30 ? 528 7th St.

Portable clothes dryer, $50.
229-8415. It 11-3

The Great Tide will be avail-
S ble at the following places:
1. Buzzett's Drug Store;-
::2. Campbell's Drug Store;
Pauline's Restaurant;
A. Smoke House Restaurant
S. Economy Motors & Garden.
Center, 301 Hwy. 98
'. Gulf Sands. Rest., Mexico
Beach;
'7. Mexico Beach Grocery ,
8. Kerigan's Kargo, Mexico
S Beach Post Office;
9. Also, Mrs. Hubert Brinson,
216 6th St, Port St. Joe.
;The Great Tide is a histori-
cal novel, telling true facts of
a boom town on the West Flor-
S:ida coast in the early 1830's
-and 40's. ..The birth and death
:of the City of St. Joseph, which
was the site of the signing of
tthe First Constitution of Flor-
ida, a city that promised to be
the largest between Pensa-
Sc6la and Jacksonville. The
City was destroyed by yellow
fever. 2tp 11-3

HARVEST DAY
FESTIVAL SALE
9AM-4:30 PM
Corner 5th St. & Reid Ave.
Garage sale, plants, crafts,
baked goods, hot chili and
Qcofee.
2tc 11-3

.EDeer dogs:. treeing and
walker puppies. Also July
,luppies. 229-6664. 2tc i0-27

*:BEEF SALE-Farm-prices.
OkC per pound, you haul off.
-Avg. 450-800 pounds per head.
Blck Angus. Call after 5 p.m.,
84$-4836. tfc-10-20

V.' x 20' house boat. Sleeps
four. 229-6788. tfc 10-20

S972 LaSalle mobile home,
4:x 65' completely furnished
"Rtt'hair conditioning. 229-8418
or.229-3041. tfc 9-22

19' boat and trailer, 85 h.p.
motor, works good. Excellent
for offshore fishing. If inter-
ested, call 229-6506.


, DRAPERIES-Ready made
and custom made. Large sel-
ection of swatches to choose
from. Roche's Furniture and
Appliance Store, 209 Reid
Ave., phone 227-5271.


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

DRY cleaning carpets is
easier, faster and safer with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Joe Furniture. 229-1251.
tfc 10-231

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

Custom-made wooden name
plqqpes, for mail boxes, front,
gates, do r liosts, etc. Econo-
my Motors & Garden Center,
301 Hwy. 98, HV, 2294001.

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

1972 500cc Kawasaki Fair-
ing, new battery. Call 229-6157
after 5:00p.m. tfc 9-15

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

New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tillers
and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center. 301 Hwy. 98, HV.
229-6001. tfc 4-28


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.

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.

BINGO
Wednesday Nites
7P.M.,C.S.T.
2 Jackpots
Mexico Beach Chamber
of Commerce
4tc 10-20



REAL ESTATE,


3 bedroom masonry home at
St, Joe Beach, 2 full baths,
dining room, large living,
kitchen and den with fire-
place. 1,800 sq. ft. living area.
150' x 180' lot. Call 648-5457.
tfc 11-3

3 BR house at 2005 Long
,Ave. Call 229-6573 after 5 p.m.
tfc 7-28


75' x 115' zoned lot at Mexico
Beach. Phone 229-2763. tfc 8-25

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

2112 Long Ave. New brick,
home, 3 BR, 2 bath, separate
living room and dining room,
kitchen, breakfast room, built
iri appliances, family room,
laundry room, 2 car finished
garage, central heat and air,
aftic fan, carpet. This is a
spacious, liveable house with
many special features' not
mentioned. Call for appoint-
ment. Phone 229-6060. tfc 10-13

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

3 BR house, 2 baths, 3 lots on
Palm Blvd. For information
call 227-2101. tfc 11-4
.01- - ___ __ *


Busin ss po..


I FOR SALE


Trailer lots of acre or
more. Woodland area. $250
down and up. New Inter-
coastal Waterway.

Double lot on corner, well,
fenced, cleaned of large
trees. Walk to beach. $5,500.

Furnished 12' x 42' Dol-
phin mobile home, 2 BR, 2
bath, 1973. $6,000.

United Farms Agency
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Beacon Hill
S Phone 648-4800
Nights:,648-5297

New brick home, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, fireplace,
large garage. Call 229-6979
after six p.m. tfc 9-22

1800 sq. ft. duplex apart-,
ment, Columbus St., St. Joe
Beach. Good investment op-
portunity, presently rented.
Call 229-3107 after 5 p.m.
tfc9-15

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. tfc 8-25
3 'BR, 1 bath, living room,
separate dining room, den,
large kitchenwith eating area,
large lot. 619 Garrison Ave-
nue, phone 227-8751. tfc 5-12


Cottage and two lots, 211 2nd
Ave., Highland View, corner
lot, 648-5332. tfc 9-8'
Three bedroom masonry
house at 105 Bellamy Circle.
Call 229-2666 after 5:00 p.m.





For Rent:' 2 BR furnished
apartment in town. 227-4421.
tfc 11-3

F Rent; A giving

an ts
onl tfic 10-27

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

Furnished large 1 BR apt.
Auto heat and air. 229-6777
after 6 p.m. tfc 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. tfc 9-8


Licensed Broker or
Licensed Salesperson
CAN YOU SELL?
Your own full-time Franchise
in Real Estate, right in this
area. And NO franchise,
charge. National Company,
established in 1900, largest in
its field. All advertising, all
signs, forms, supplies furnish-
ed. professionall Training and
Instruction given for rapid
development-from Start to
$ucce$$. Nationwide advertis-
ing brings Buyers from Every-
where. Can you qualify? You
must have initiative, excellent
character (bondable), sales
ability, be financial respon-
sible. Commission-volume op-"
portunity for man, woman,
couple or team That Can Sell.
Information without obliga-
tion.
STROUT REALTY,
INC. Reg. Broker
P. 0. Box 894-K
Casselberry, Florida 32707


Have a highly profitable and
elegant Dress Shop of your
own featuring over 135 Nation-
ally known Brands, with Great
savings to your customers.
$14,500.00 includes Beginning
Inventory, Training & Fix-
tures. Have your store open
and established before Christ-
mas. Call Mr. Hilliard (501)
945-9661. 2tp 11-3







Avon-If you need or want
to work, sell Avon. Write
Sarah Skinner, Rt. 4, Box 868,
Panama City, or call 229-4281.
3tc 10-20


POSITION OPEN
Gulf County Community
Services is now taking ap-
plications for a permanent
part-time secretarial-book-
keeping job. This will be a 20
hour a week position in the
recreational leisure time
management field. The fol-
lowing requirements have
been established for the
persons desiring to make
application.'
Type 80 wpm; take dic-
tation from persons or dic-
taphone; ability to keep a
running audit on a limited
financial fund; have some
artistic abilities in order to
work with arts and crafts;-
get along with both children
and adults in an informal
leisure time setting. A ple-
asant outgoing personality
will be a definite plus for the
person making application
for this job. ,
All applicants will be
interviewed and the secre-
tarial skills will be exa-
mined.
Applications can be ac-
quired at the Gulf County
Recreation Department, up-
stairs in the City Hall Build-
ing. 2tc 10-27


2 bedroom house on Duval
Street in Oak Grove. Call 229-
6961. tfc 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.,
Oall 227-7471. tfc 6-30

Star Want Ads
Bring Extra Cash I


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.
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
SBreeze 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

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


Small furnished beach cot-
tage for rent. 648-5144. tfc 9-1






LOST: Alaskan Malamute
dog, black and grey. Last seen
at Honeyville. 648-4860.
ltc11-3







1971 Ford station wagon,.
runs good, excellent family
car, must see to appreciate.
Asking $595. Contact Karl
Bowen, between 8:30 a.m. -
5:30 p.m., 227-2261. tfc 10-27


I SERIES


Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 227-7657
tfc 5-9

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

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

REPAIRS
Aluminum screens and doors,
carpentry, house repair, mill-
work, roof repair and re-roof-
ing.
SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
Phone 2294018
Port St. Joe
tfc 7-22


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



BILL'S CAR CRUSHER
will buy your old car.
Phone 227-4917
for information.
241our
Also 5
Offering:
TO WIN
52tp 7-14 SaRVICa


WHITFIELD'S
POWER CLEANING
& PAINTING
Carpentry & Plumbing
Repairs
Houses or Any Buildings
S 227-7201
tfc 10-13

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

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


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
tfc 4-28


Saw Filing & Carpenter Work
Call Bert Hall, 229-6210
2nd house on left behind Gulf
Station in White City.
tfc 10-27

FILL DIRT
Front End Loader
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SON
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 a


GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets-
Vanities Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
White City, Hwy. 71
Glen Combs
Shop 2294017 or
229-6530
tfc 9-1


BRYAN'S
Furniture Stripping &
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1977


PAGE SEVEN


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Jr. Miss Candidates
These four pretty young ladies will be among the fifteen
girls competing in the annual Jaycee Jr. Miss Pageant


Bowling



News


Martina had a 155 game and
Janet Murphy a 385 series for
Murphy's.
On lanes five and six, Fla.
Bank took four games from
Bowen's Cow Girls. Chris
Lightfoot led Fla. Bank with a
169 game and 433 series. Pat
Hutchinson bowled a 136 game
and Pat Muller (Sub) a 386
series for Cow Girls.
On lanes seven and eight, St.
Joe Furniture took four games
from Renfro. Bertha Clayton
bowled a 188 game and 481
series for St. Joe Furniture.


The Wednesday Night
Ladies League met on October
26.
Pepsi Cola won four games
from Apalach Selects on lanes
one and two. Pat Natchstein
led Pepsi with a 169 game and
474 series. Diane Rogers
bowled a 136 game and 336
series for Selects.
On lanes three and four,
Container Division and
Murphy's split two games
each. Betty Hardin bowled a
145 game and 416 series for
Container Division. Janice


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Saturday, November 19, to be held in the High School
Commons Area. The candidates pictured are, left to right:
Teresa Fortner, Teresa Register, Karen Little' and Stayce


Sydney Taylor had a 152 game
and 381 series for Renfro.
Standings:
Team W L
Florida Bank 24 8
St. Joe Furniture 23 8%
Pepsi Cola 21 11
Container Div. 18 14
Murphy's 17 15
Renfro 13 19
Cow Girls 10 22
Apalach Selects 1 30%
Ladies Winter League
The Thursday Night Ladies
League met at St. Joe Bowling
Lanes on October 27.
On lanes one and two, St.
Joe Tel. and Tel. won three
games from the Playgirls.
Nett Henderson was tops for
St. Joe Tel. and Tell with a 176
high game and 485 high series.
For the Playgirls, Susan Bige-
low and Mary Murray tied for
high game with a 158 game
each. Susan Bigelow had a 432
high series.
On lanes three and four,
Raffields won three games


-Star photo


from the Wonder Bar. Lillian
Anderson was tops for Raf-
fields with a 157 high game
and 359 high series. Diane
Whitfield led the Wonder Bar
with a 179 high game and 446
high series.
On lanes five and six, the
Kats won three games from
the Surefoots. Eleanor Wil-
liams had a 171 high game and
Bertha Clayton had a 439 high
series for the Kats. Hanna
Justice was tops for the Sure-
foots with a 136 high game and
358 high series.
On lanes seven and eight, H.
V. Motors won three games
from Ralph and Henry's. San-
dra Brock had 158 high game
and Barbara Mongold had a
438 high series for H. V.
Motors. Donna Roberts led
Ralph and Henry's with a 153
high game and 391 high series.
Standings W L
Williams Alley Kats 27 5'
H. V. Motors 27 5
St. Joe Tel. and Tel. 21 11
Ralph and Henry's 20 12


Wednesday, Nov. 9
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Monday, Nov.7 bread, peanut butter cakE
Turkey Roll sandwich, milk
lettuce and tomato, french Thursday, Nov. 10
fries, cheese wedge, pear pie, Sloppy Joe with bun, slice
loaf bread, milk tomato, french fries, cookiE
Tuesday, Nov. 8 milk
Chili with beans, buttered Friday, Nov. 11
corn, tossed salad, crackers, Fish with bun, baked bean;
milk. french fries, cabbage slave


milk
Menus are subject to change
due to availability of food.


I.

NFR Troy Stacy Price Has
Completed Recruit Training


Navy Fireman Recruit Troy
Stacy Price, son of Mrs. Troy
Gay of 514 Fourth St., Port St.
Joe, has completed recruit
training at the Naval Training
Center, Orlando.,
During the eight-week train-
ing cycle, trainees studied


Surefoots
Raffields
Playgirls
Wonder Bar


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general military subjects de-
signed to prepare them for
further academic and on-the-
job training in one of the
Navy's 85 basic occupational
fields. -
Included in their studies
were seamanship, close order
drill, Naval history and first
aid.
A 1977 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, he joined the
Navy in January, 1977.


Surplus Text Books


After meeting certain stip-
ulations, the Gulf -'ounty
School Board is author ,zed by
'aw to dispose of obsolete
textbooks and textbook
related materials that are in
such condition as to make
them unserviceable or unsuit-
able for further use in the
classroom. Although not suit-
able for school use, Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School has
these materials that may be of


use to individuals or other
groups.
These books are free of
charge and may be seen at
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School until Friday, Novem-
ber 11.
Interested persons may con-
tact Mr. Kenneth Herring,
Principal, Port St. Joe High
School between the hours of
9:00 AM-3:00 PM.


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Gulf County Commission


The Board of County Corn- that the Health Department from the Library entrance.
S -issioners of Gulf County met has control over these matters This will cost $645.00. He also
-on September 7 in .emergency .and will be notified. recommended the installation
i4ession called by Attorney John Dill presented a ditch of 16, wheel stops at a cost of
Wi lliam J. Rish. The press easement for a 30 foot ditch in $400.00; There was a motion by
S:as notified and the following Section 1, T4S, R10W. Upon Commissioner Kennedy,
:embers were present: motion by Commissioner seconded by Commissioner
Chairman Everett Owens, Jr., Davis, seconded by Corn- Owens, (Commissioner
Leo Kennedy, William R. missioner Kennedy, and unan- Gortman acting as Chairman)
IB-ranch and Otis Davis, Jr. imously carried, the easement that the asphalt be overlaid
Also present was Clerk was accepted. (Recorded in all the way across the road
George Y. Core, Financial O.R. 71, page 942.) where necessary, but that the
-Officer Jerry Gates, Attorney Honorable Samuel A. additional cost over and above
;William J. Rish, and Oak Patrick presented an ease- the $645.00 not be more than
; -rove Water and Sewer con- ment for a street in Over- $500.00.and that this motion is
tractor, Tom Newkirk. street.. Commissioner subject' to the Board
The Attorney announced Kennedy moved that this approving the final cost, and
;-that the check in the amount of easement be accepted, subject that the 16 wheel stops be
)$390334.26 for the second pay- to the St. Joe Paper Company installed. Vote: AYE:
ment estimate on the Oak granting an easement from ,Kennedy, Owens and
-Grove Water and Sewer Pro- the end of this street running Gortman. NAY: Branch.
-, *ect had been returned for the to the present County Road.
:second time due to a lack of Motion seconded by Corn-
:.understanding between New- missioner Branch and unan-
rk Construction Company imously carried.
S :nd his bonding company, De- By letter from Aetna Life
bendablee Insurance Corn- and Casualty Company, the
;lany. He stated they had Board was notified that its
d greed that $33,603.99 worth of Worker's Compensation in-'
tbills and payroll should be surance premium has-
qiid but could not agree on the increased from $52,806.00 this,
*5,730.27 balance of the pay- year to $90,918.00 for the next
tnpent. After consultatoin. with year beginning November 12,
*ll parties concerned, Mr. 1977. The. Clerk said that this
jtish suggested the Board same insurance cost the
Sbake two checks, one for $33,- County only $15,409.00 in 1974.
'M1.99 and one for $5,730W27, so. The Board discussed this
,iat the bills and payroll could matter and requested the
.be paid and Dependable and Attorney to determine what .
|Newkirk could attempt to re- must be done in order that the
Solve their differences over County can become self
S hie $5,730.27 check without insured.
:.klding up payrolls any fur-, The Board discussed the
other The Board agreed to this possibility of receiving a
S:.airrangement. refund from the Special Dis-
,;: There being no further busi- ability Trust Fund of Worker's
ess, the meeting was ad- Compensation paid to
:; turned. employees that were handi-
capped at the time of em-
The Board of County Corn- ployment.
'.iissiohers .opf Gulf County, The Division of Family BRENDA R
a:het on September 13, in regu- Services notified the Board
--r session with the following that Grace A. Reeder, a
: embers present: Everett resident of Gulf County, is in trenua JlO y
3wens, Jr., Chairman, Jimmy the Apalachicola Valley
i:. Gortman, William R. Nursing Center. 1g 9 uvj
, Branch, Leo Kennedy, and A complaint wash w.ed SO. P
tis Davis, Jr. Others present against John Sailorfof o "
', ere: George Y. Core, Clerk; creating a junk and debris pile Brenda Rogers, a senior at
.William J. Rish, Attorney; K. in his yard at Meeks Subdivi- Mosley High School, Panama
':E. Murphy, Sheriff; Lloyd sion. This matter will be City, was elected to Who's
Arhitfield, Road Superinten- referred to the Health Who Among Vocational and
di.ent and Tommy Pitts, Mos- Department. Technical Students in
_uito Control Supervisor. The Board recessed at this America.
The meeting came to order time to make an inspection of Brenda serves as President
t 9:00 a.m. the New Library. Upon of the Mosley High Chapter of
'Rev. J. C. Odum, Long Ave- returning to its meeting room, DECA (Distributive Educa-
aue Baptist Church, opened a discussion was had with tion Clubs of America), this
he meeting with prayer, fol- reference to a condition that being her fourth year in the
lowed by the pledge to the causes water to stand at the club. She is also a member of
flag. entrance of the Library. The the Future Homemakers of'
The minutes of August 23 Architect recommended an America,, having served as
_.nd September 1, were read, overlay of asphalt on the President and currently
-pproved and adopted. north half of the Street at this serving as Treasurer. She was
i.Ward McDaniel, Squad location, that will change the a. Homecoming candidate for
Chief, Wewa Ambulance, in- water flow direction away the Homecoming activities.'
formed the Board that Bay
'Memorial Hospital has billed
*at least two Gulf County
:vice that his ambulance 'was t-
:utsed in taking the patient to
fthe hospital. The Chairman re-
quested the Attorney to invest-of Public Defend
gate this matter and if it is
;fomind that patients transfer- Fred Witten, assistant to the rights available to him. There-
"r ct hy Gulf 'County ambu- Public Defender for the 14th fore, it is the job of the Public
'liances have actually paid the Judicial District, Virgil Mayo, Defender to make sure that all
ambulance charge; that the told the Rotary Club last the rights of his clients are
l ospital be required to make Thursday that legal defense protected when he has to go to
r:rfunds. Mr. McDaniel then for everyone charged with a
asked about the policy as to felony is mandatory, whether I
=transferring patients that or not they can afford legal the members of t
:were not emergency but re- counsel. t em er o
"quired ambulance service to Witten said the law defines h r h
:that the Ambulance Commit- less than $75.00 per week
"feeha established a policyon income for himself and $10 per invite yOU to m
-this matter which allows the week for each dependent.
"Equad Chief to use his judg- Also, he must have cash on Sunday Morning Bible Stuc
tment in such cases. The Board hand of, less than $300. Sunday Morning Worship.
'hen discussed the need for a Witten, who is one of 11 Sunday Night ............
- second ambulance for the assistants to Mayo, said the Wednesday Night ........
..orth end of the county. The Supreme Court requires that a
.Chairman requested the At- legal defense be supplied for Corner 20th
itorney to call Tallahassee to those who cannot pay. Frf inform
determine if grant funds can In the 14th Judicial Circuit,' For i
b=e obtained to purchase a new Mayo engages the services of call 22
ambulance. The Attorney, the 11 assistants, who are
after calling Tallahassee, re- practicing attorneys who .- .
:-orted that funds may be serve as Public Defenders
:made available, subject to an only as they are needed. "This
:application from this Board gives better service with more C OO C O OO
-and a statement showing the competent attorneys for those
Eieed for additional equip- who. need the office of the FIRST B
pient. The Attorney was re- Public Defender", Witten


A4uested to assist in filing the said. He went on to point that -
:ipplication. pay for a full time assistant to CH U
:J. F. Anderson entered a. the Public Defender is such
:complaint as to the foul condi- that it cannot hold attorneys to Corner Third Street aa
:.ions of a hog feeding opera- the job. "A young attorney REV. BILL HEA
.Oon near his home. He said the fresh out of school will take STANLEY E. YOUNG, Mi
owner r has allowed his the job, but as he gains
operation to become filthy and experience and a reputation, Sunday School...........
:disgraceful; that the odor is he can earn more on his own Morning Worship Service
.ahbearable and that the flies than he can working with the Church Training .........
:are certainly a health hazard office of Public Defender. Evening Worship Services
sA-at should not be tolerated. Thus the offices with full-time prayer Meeting (Wed.) ..
'Ilie Board said that in the attorneys experience a big
. sence of an ordinance turn-over in personnel." "Come and Worship
ebV6ring this matter the The speaker said, "No lay-
County has no jurisdiction, but man. is fully aware of the


Rish Wants Sure Sentence


Responding to citizen con-
cern over Florida's rising
crime rate, state Representa-
tive Billy Joe Rish (D) Port St.
Joe has called for mandatory
minimum prison sentences for
persons convicted of burglar-
izing a private home.
The concept of mandatory
minimum sentencing was first

Commissioner Davis was
excused from the meeting.
Charles A. Gaskin, Archi-
tect, presented his statement
(No. 8) for services on Lib-
rary in the amount of $175.28
and an application (No. 6) for
payment to Kolmetz Construc-
tion Company in the amount of
$10,453.00. Upon motion by
Comm. Gortman, seconded by
Comm. Kennedy, and unani-
mously carried, both bills
were ordered paid.
E. F. Gunn, County In-
spector, filed his daily reports
on the Library project,
No. 108 through 119. He also
filed report No. 58 through 70
on the Oak Grove project. He
discussed these two projects.
He informed the Board that
(Continued on Page 11)


introduced in Florida in 1975,
when the Legislature enacted
a three year minimum sen-
tence for felonies involving the
use of firearms. Since that
time; studies have shown a 35
per cent decline in the number
of armed robberies com-
mitted, indicating that the
measure is a deterrent to
crime.
Citing this success, Rish has
proposed legislation that
would extend Florida's mand-
atory sentencing law to


include a one year minimum
sentence for burglary of a
private dwelling.
"I firmly believe that
mandatory sentencing is a
workable solution to Florida's
crime problem," said Rish.
"When someone, knows for a
fact that he will spend one
year behind bars for burglar-
izing your home, he's going to
think twice about it. And the
odds are better that he won't
commit the crime."
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Brenda is a member of 4-H,
Girl Scouts, Volunteensi
(Candy Stripper), Rainbow
Girls and she attends First
United Methodist Church
where she is a member of the
Senior High Choir.
Brenda is, the daughter of
Mrs. Marjorie Rogers of Lynn
Haven, the granddaughter of
Mrs. Eula Rogers of Port St.
Joe and the late H. A. Rogers.
The Award was presented to
Brenda by Mrs. Jean Prib-
now, Vocational Occupation
Counselor at Mosley and Mr.
Terry Harmon, DECA Co-
ordinator.


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Guests of the club were Bill
Ebersole of Rome, Ga., and
Wheelettes Karen Kimmell
and Karen Lynn.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 3,1977


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICES .....11:00 A.M. &7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
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Friday, November 4


8:00 P.M.


- Shark Stadium


1977 VARSITY SHARKS-Front row, from left: Junior Stallworth, manager,
Drexell Garland, Carlton Wilkinson, Mike Harris. Greg Ingram, Lyndon
Thompson, Jerry Shores, Woody Jones, John Anderson, Dusty May and Greg
Wood, amanger. Second row, left to right: Jeff Shearer, Blane Cox, Tim Beard,
Jeff Wood, Mike Cassani, Steve Allen, Joe Wilson, Vic Gilbert, Keith Neel, Duane


Sept.
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Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct. I
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
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SCHEDULES


Varsity
Wewahitchka "
Florida High
Walton High
Wakulla High
Marianna
Chattahoochee
Chipley
Apalachicola
Blountstown
Panama Christian


Jr. Varsity
Wakulla
Blountstown
Rosenwald
Wakulla
Marianna
Blountstown
Wewahitchka


7th & 8th Grade


Wakulla
Wewahitchka
Blountstown
Wakulla
Wewahitchka
Blountstown


Sept. 15
Sept. 22
Sept. 29
Oct. 6
Oct. 13
Oct. 20
Oct. 27


Sept. 15
Sept. 22
Sept. 29
Oct. 6
Oct. 13
Oct. 20


McFarland and Darrell Brown. Back row, from left: James Parker, Ronald
Minger, Rick Taylor, Marvin Sewell, Larry Rich, Alan Sampson, Barry Nobles,
Wade Stoutamire, Rodney Herring, Tom Bouington, Ronald Pickett and Joey
Fontaine.
-Star photo


SHARKS' OPPONENT


Apalachicola "Sharks"


ADMISSION Adults $2.50 Students $1.50
Reserved Seats $2.75
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Port St. Joe High
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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-Standing, left to
right: Dawana Jacobs, Simona Williams, Mary Mar-
garet Bray, captain, Michelle Willis, Lynn Besore, Paula


School Varsity Cheerleaders


Tankersley and Kim Thursbay. Atop shoulders, from
left: Nancy Knox, Debra Stutzman and Teresa Fortner.


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Hwy. 98-Highland View Phone 229-2763
Economy Motors
and GARDEN CENTER


Florida Boy Seafood
Phone 229-6934


Florida 1st National Bank
at Port St. Joe
Hannon Insurance
and Real Estate
K&D TV & Sound
Your RADIO SHACK Dealer
Pate's 66 Service
Firestone Tires
Pauline's
Specializing in Homemade Desserts and
Noon Buffet

Piggly Wiggly
For Greater Savings Phone 227-5161


Raffield Retail Market
Phone 229-6877
Ralph & Henry's Stand.
113 Monument Ave. Phone 227-3056
Renfro Auto Parts
Phone 229-6013
Rich's IGA
205 Third Street Phone 229-4562
SEARS
LEON POLLOCK, Authorized Catalog Sales
Merchant
St. Clair Funeral Home
Phone 229-8111
St. Joe Auto Parts
Phone 229-8222
St. Joe Furniture
and APPLIANCE CO. Phone 219-1251


St. Joe Hardware
Whirlpool Appliances Phone 227-8111
St. Joe Motor Co.
Phone 227-3737
St. Joe Natural Gas
Gas Is Naturally Better Phone 229-3831
Smith's Pharmacy
John Cooley, Owner
Sugar Plum Tree
Billy J. Rich, owner Phone 229-6010
Saveway Food Store
Featuring USDA Choice Beef and Fresh Produce
Thames Jewelers
302 Reid Avenue
Western Auto
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THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1977


PAGE ELEVEN


.County Minutes. ... from Page 8


thq contractor has installed
one extra manhole, which was
approved by the engineer, but
there has been no change
order and that possibly no
change order is necessary
because this item has a unit
price in the contract.
The Attorney reported that
Newkirk Construction Corp-
oration, the contractor for the
Oak Grove Water and Sewer
Project, and Dependable
Insurance. Company, the
bonding company for this
project, have not settled their
differences as to the assign-
ment of all funds due on this
job, which was assigned to the
insurance company. He saii
that both parties are claiming
the funds should be paid to
them, that several emergency
meetings have been held with
this Board in an effort to work
out this matter in order that
the job not be delayed; that
checks were written to the
employees on this job but a
stop-order was placed on these
checks, which prevented the


Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. N
SCase 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. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file theoriginal 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
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
WTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 77-165
General Jurisdiction Division
In Re: The Petition of:
LENORA ANN POWELL,
for the adoption of two minor children,
Petitioner.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MRS. ELAINE EDITH WOOD
SHERBERT POWELL
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED fhat-
LENORA ANN POWELL has filed a
Petition in the above-styled Court for the
adoption of the minor children, and you
are commanded to served a copy of your
written defenses, If any, to BERNARD
S. YEDLIN, Attorney for the Petition-
er, 444 Brickell Avenue, Rivergate
Plaza, Suite 616, Miami, Florida 33131,
and file the original with the clerk of the
above-styled Court on or before Novem-
ber 17, 1977 at 3:30 P.M. EST, other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In the
Petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four (4) consecutive
weeks in THE STAR.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Port St. Joe, Gulf County,
Florida on this 10th day of October, 1977.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
By: -s- Pamela B. Money
BERNARD S. YEDLIN
Attorney for Petitioner
444 Brickell Avenue
Rivergate Plaza, Suite 616
Miami, Florida 33131
Telephone: (305) 371-7611
-s- Bernard S. Yedlin
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 4t 10-13
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice Is hereby given that on the 1st
day of October, 1977, pursuant to a Writ
of Execution issued in the Circuit Court
of the. Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of
Florida, In and for Gulf County, Case No.
71-2 In the cause of Vera Lee Washing-
ton, Plaintiff, vs. L. E. Jackson and wife,
Marie Jackson, Defendants, I, Ken
Murphy, Sheriff of Gulf County, have
levied upon the property of the defen.
dants, to-wit:
1972 Buick, 2-door, S4V37T2Y114506
On the 4th day of November, 1977, at
Two O'clock in the afternoon on the steps
of the Gulf County Courthouse, Port St.
Joe, Florida, I will offer for sale said
property for cash to the highest bidder,
subject to all prior liens, If any, to satisfy
said Writ of execution.
*s. Ken Murphy
Sheriff, Gulf County, Florida
4t 10-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 77-166
General Jurisdiction Division
in Re: The Petition Of:
JOE DOUGLAS POWELL, SR.,
for the adoption of two minor children,
Petitioner.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MR. JOHN ED VAUGHN, SR.
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
JOE DOUGLAS POWELL, SR., has filed
a Petition In the above-styled Court for
the adoption of the minor children, and
you are commanded to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to BER-
NARD S. YEDLIN, Attorney for the
Petitioner, 444 Brickell Avenue, River-
gate Plaza, Suite 616, Miami, Florida
33131, and file the original with the clerk
of the above-styled Court on or before
November 17, 1977 at 3:30 PM. EST,
otherwise "a default will be entered
against you for the relief prayed for In
the Petition.


This notice shall be published once
each week for four (4) consecutive
weeks in THE STAR. .
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Port St. Joe, Gulf County,
Florida, on this 10th day of October, 1977.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
-Gulf County, Florida
By: -s- Pamela B. Money
BERNARD.S. YEDLIN
Attorney for Petitioner
444 Brickell Avenue
Rivergate Plaza, Suite 616
Miami, Florida 33131
Telephone: (305) 371-7611
-s- Bernard S. Yedlln
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 4tc 10-13


employees from getting their
wages. He then suggested that
all future payments due the
contractor for this job be paid
to our Circuit Court in order
that the Court decide who
should get the money. After
discussion, there was a motion
by Commissioner Branch,
seconded by Commissioner
Gortman, that all future pay-
ments be paid into the Court
and that the Attorney is
hereby directed to commence
the necessary litigation to
settle this.matter as quick as
possible. Vote: AYE: Branch,
Gortman, and Owens. NAY:
Kennedy.
The Engineer filed the
following two change orders
on the Oak Grove Project: 1.
No. 3 Add 700 lin. feet of Reef
-shell foundation at $3.50 per
lin. ft.- $2,450.00. 2.. No. 4 Add
one junction box $725.00.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Gortman, seconded by
Commissioner Kennedy and
unanimously carried, these
two change orders were
approved.
Florida Engineering
Associates presented its
statement (Estimate No. 3) in
the amount of $1,075.70 and a
request for payment (Esti-
mate No. 3) to Newkirk
Construction Corporation in
the amount of $37,224.87. Upon
motion by Commissioner
Branch, seconded by Com-
missioner Gortman, and unan-
imously carried, these bills
were ordered paid.
A plat of Circle J. Estates in
Wewahitchka was presented
for approval by this Board.
The City of Wewahitchka-
having approved this plat on
September 5, 1977. Upon
motion by Commissioner
Kennedy, seconded by Com-
missioner Gortman, and unan-
imously carried, this plat was
approved. (Recorded in Plat
Book 3, page 10).
The Road Superintendent
presented an easement from
Charley Gaskin for a 60 ft.
road. He said the original
easement was for only 40 feet;
that the Board requested that
the easement be changed to 50
feet; however, Mr. Gaskin
changed the easement to 60
feet, which was his entire lot.
The Board agreed to accept
this easement and expressed
its appreciation to Mr. Gaskin
for giving his entire lot.
(Recorded in O.R. 71, page
947).
The Clerk informed the
Board that the elevator was
not in operation during the last
term of Couirt; that three
members of one family
attending Court attempted to
use the elevator and stopped
about one-third of the way
down; that we have had many
complaints from the general
public and that the court
officials have quit using the
elevator because one of the
judges was locked into it for 15
minutes. He said the elevator
maintenance man charges
$200.00 to come from Pensa-
cola and it usually takes three
to five days to get him. The
Company that services our
elevator suggests a main-
tenance contract on a quar-
terly basis, which would keep
the equipment in safe opera-
tion condition. No action
taken.
The Board authorized the
Civil Defense-Service Office to
advertise for a copying
machine, bids to be received
September 27, 1977.
The following applications
for employment were re-
ceived: Beverly Brinkley,
Annie Baker, Drenda Young,
Venessa Davis, Edith
Williams, Linda Johnson, Ann
Shackleford, Sarra Harris,
Andreameta Baker, Sharon
Weatherspoon, Tammy
Lewis, and James Fenn.
The Board discussed an old
request from the City of
Mexico Beach that Beacon
Hill be included in its appli-
cation for a complete water
system.
The Clerk presented the
Medicaid Statement for the
month of June in the amount
of $900.25 and the month of
July in the amount of $733.15.
The Board ordered these bills
filed.
The Road Department noti-
fied the Board that David
Smith has been terminated.
The State Department of
Community Affairs advised
the Board that it cannot lay off
regular employees and place
them in CETA funded jobs.
St. Joe Hardware Company
filed its Notice that Newkirk
Construction Corporation has
not paid for items purchased
for the Oak Grove Water
Project.
The Board approved pay-
ment of $1,150.00 for ambu-


lance drivers and attendant
malpractice policy.
Larry White, U. S. Army
Corps of Engineers, was pre-
sent to discuss the required
maintenance on the retaining
dikes for the Gulf County
Canal. The Board questioned
him as to the opening of Corley
Slough and Virginia Cut. The
Chairman said this Board has
information from an officer of
the Engineers that if the land
owner would consent to open-
ing these two sloughs, that the
Engineers were ready to do


Seaman Revisits Port St.


Joe After 39 Years


Sthe work, but that upon
writing to the land owner for
his permission, with a copy of
the letter to the Engineers, we
had a letter from the Engi-
neers saying you did not know
anything about this matter.
The Chairman, Commissioner
Gortman, and the Attorney
said they each talked to
someone representing them-
self to be with the Mobile
Office of the engineers. The
Chairman requested the At-
torney to investigate this
matter. The Chairman an-
nounced that the Board will
inspect the retaining dikes at
the Canal after this meeting
ends.
The Mosquito Control Su-
pervisor presented his budget
for FY1977-78 which was here-
tofore approved.
Commissioner Kennedy
directed the Road Department
to check on a tree in Oak
Grove that may require re-
moving. He then told of a bad
bump in S.R. 30 east of Indian
Pass Trading Post and
another at Dead Man's Curve
and asked that the Road
Department check on this. He
also instructed the Road
Department correct a ditch
situation near the Lee home on
Canal Street in St. Joe Beach.
Commissioner Kennedy told
the Board that something
should be done about the
Emergency Room Doctor re-
fusing to go to the hospital to
see a patient. City Commis-
sioner Wesley Ramsey being
present, assured the Board
that this matter has been
resolved.
Commissioner Kennedy
urged all Board members to
attend the State Asociation of
County Commissioners Meet-
ing to be held September 22,
in Orlando.
Commissioner Gortman told
the Board that a ditch is
required in the area of Whis-
pering Pines Subdivision on
the Martin County Road. He
said that an old culvert that
had been in use for many
years in this location has been
removed and that this has
caused this drainage problem.
The Road Superintendent was
instructed to contact Neal
Lumber Company for an ease-
ment for thepecessary ditch.
Commissioner Gortman in-
formed the Board that the
Wewahitchka High School has
a program -that allows stu-
dents to work in businesses in
the County; the student must
be paid the minimum wage.
He then asked if the County
could use one 'of those
students.
Hon. K. E. Murphy in-
formed the Board that a new
law allows a County to adopt
an ordinance increasing the
fees for the Sheriff to serve
(ivil Court papers. He said a
statewide survey is now being
made to determine if other
Counties have increased these
fees and that he will make a
recommendation to the Board
,at a later date.
Commissioner Branch told
the Board that County Road
C-30 should be center striped.
The Board having hereto-
fore requested the Attorney to
determine whether or not the
County may pay insurance
premiums on retired em-
ployees, he advised that, this
cannot be done.
The Chairman informed the
Board that the Bay County
Planning Office is holding a
meeting on September 15,
to consider forming a Plan-
ning Council with counties in
West Florida other than Wal-
ton and Gulf.
The Board was informed
that installation of the in-
coming electrical cable un-
derneath the air conditioning
unit at the new.library might
cause problems in case of a
breakdown. After obser-
vation, 'the Board saw no
reason that electrical repairs
could not be provided to this
line in the event of a break-
down.


Eddie Rich Chooses


Broadcasting Career

If optimism and enthusiasm he said.
are barometers of success At the University of Ala-
then Eddie Rich will be a bama Eddie is on the staff of
success in his broadcasting the campus television station,
career. Eddie, the son of Mr. WUAL,which is operated by
and Mrs. John E. Rich Sr. of Communication School stu-
104 Monica Drive, Ward dents. As assistant sports
Ridge, Port St. Joe, is a junior director, Eddie anchors sports
in the School of Communi- telecasts, gathers sports news
cation at the University of and conducts interviews. He is
Alabama. responsible for coverage of
Eddie has a goal of being a golf, swimming and wrestling.
sports broadcaster with ABC Eddie already has experi-
Sports. "Even if I don't ac- ence in the sports broadcast
complish my goal, I will still field. He was the play-by-play
have accomplished more by football: announcer for" radi ,
my mairi goals being so high," station WJOE in Port St. Joe


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Methodist Church

Constitution and Monument
Port St. Joe, Fla.
JOHNIE W. McCURDY, Minister

CHURCH SCHOOL ........... .............. 9:45A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE .......... 1l A.M. & 7:00 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ...... 5:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 P.M.




You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONGAVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and I6th St.


SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................
MORNING WORSHIP ...............
CHURCH TRAINING ................
EVENING WORSHIP ..'...... .......
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)....


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
5:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.


Jerome Cartier,
Minister of Music


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At age 18, Nicholas Joseph
got the urge to go to sea.
Living on St. Lucie, a small
island in the Virgin Islands,
the desire was soon fulfilled.
One of his first voyages
brought him to Port St. Joe in
1938 aboard a three-masted
Canadian schooner.
He was back again recently,
the first return trip in 39
years, as he sailed in on a
Shell tanker, the Paladium
London, delivering bunker
"C" oil to Amerada Hess. His
initial impression was that the
town had changed consider-
ably in the past 39 years.
According to Dave Maddox,
local pilot boat operator, as he.
was piloting the tanker into
the harbor, Nicholas pointed
out that this was the second
time he has had the oppor-
tunity to visit this city explain-
ing that "his last visit was in
1938, on a three-masted
schooner". Well, Dave was
quick to point out that his
father, Fred Maddox, had
piloted that Canadian ship into'
harbor.
Recalling the trip, Nicholas
related how the schooner had
unloaded a cargo of rum, and
took on board a load of lum-
ber, which was the backbone
of Port St. Joe's economy in

last fall.
At Port St. Joe High School,
Eddie was an All-Conference
and All-State performer in
football. The 21-year-old
Broadcast News major tried
out for the varsity football
team as a punter, but did not
make the team. He was en-
couraged to come back and
try again this year and he
plans to do just that.
As a sports broadcaster,
Eddie feels that neutrality is a
must. "I feel that to remain
neutral a broadcaster must be
as well prepared for one team
as he is the other," Eddie
commented. "Preparation
should be a part of profession-
alism."


those times.
One- of the most memor-
ah'- experiences he recalled
wo*" .is fright of wild cats. He
was totally unfamiliar with
the southern coast of the
United States, and someone
had told him that the woods
were infested with wild cats
and tigers, and it was danger-
ous to go ashore. Joseph had
reason to believe this, because
at that time, almost the entire
shoreline of the bay was
covered with dense, jungle-
like foliage. It was with great
trepidation that he went
ashore, and at night he feared
the possibility that one of the
cats he heard screaming on
land would board the ship.
Joseph's memories of
blacks living in the area were
surprising, considering he is a
black man. But one has to
consider that his rendition of
language is British, and not at
all like the English being
spoken by the blacks on the
wharves. "As we entered the
port and were greeted by the
blacks of the town, I 'was
frightened," he said. "They
were dressed funny (khaki
clothes and turbans), and
talked in such a manner that I
couldn't understand them,"
further explaining that he
thought he was perhaps in a


somewhat unsettled territoyW
and feared venturing away
from the safety of the boat.
All in all, Nicholas said he
was glad to get away from
Port St. Joe in 1938, but he
enjoyed his short visit in 1977.
He was especially impressed
with the progress of the area,
and yet how it retained a small
town atmosphere. Having tra-
velled the world over, he said
that the weather here now is
some of the most pleasant he
has experienced.

Film to be


Shown

Tonight
"The Hunchback of Notre
Dame" will be shown at the
Chamber of Commerce Build-
ing in Mexico Beach on
Thursday, November 3, at 7
P.M. This event is co-
sponsored by the Northwest.
Florida Regional Libraries,
and the Chamber of Com-,
merce. Sandy O'Brien is to
present this film. There is no
charge and everyone is wel--
come to attend.
The Chamber building is
located one block north of the:
center of town.


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USDA Selected and Inspected 3 5
BRISKET STEW 3/8i
Sliced Free
SMOKED PICNICS LB. 6
PORK
94 Copeland
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49

Georgia Sweet
Potatoes


32 Oz. Dawn
DISH
LIQUID


Reg. Size Bars
DIAL
SOAP
4
Bars


12 Oz. Can Armour
STREET
Can 87
Can 1;


5 Oz. Can Armour
Vienna Sausage
ca 29


Bell Pepper
Fresh Ripe
Tomatoes


Golden Ripe
BANAN
4 Lb.$1


Fresh Juicy
LEMONS


LB. 39C
LB. 49C


Fresh Cantaloupes


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Specials for Nov. 3-8


510 Fifth


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Supply and Quantity Limited


Blade Cut CHUCK


USDA Selected and Inspected
1 39 RUMP ROAST L-88
49 USDA Selected and Inspected
1"49 Round Steak $ 19


Kounty Kist
- Whole Kernel or
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lO Oz. Kraft
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Chuck Steak
USDA Selected and Inspected
Cube Steak


LB. 79'
L. $139


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USDA Grade A Swift's Prem
Norbest Butterball
LB. 99 12 Lbs. Up


12 Oz. 59


5 Lbs.


$1.00


5 Oz. Pkg. Fine Fare Frozen
WAFFLES


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10 Lb. Bag


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20 Oz. Carnation Frozen Shoestring

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TOWELS

Pkgs. $1.00


Blue Bonnet Quarters
Margarine


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$345


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Large Pink
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SMix or Match
ORANGES
TANGELOS 1
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5/590


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Assorted Bathroom


S-Swift's Premium Beet $ 69
T-BolneSteak Lb 16
Swift's Premium Beef $169
Cubed Steak .1.
Shbrt Ribs 'Lb 69
Hormel Beef 4149
Rib Steak oz .
Swift's Premium Beef
Beef Liver Lb 4


Swift's Premium
Shoulder
ROAST
lb. 99C
Swift's Premium
Chuck Steak
lb. 89-


Swift's Premium Beef.
Rib Eye Steak
Swift's Premium Beef
Sirloin Steak,
Fresh
Pork Steak
USDA Choice
Rump Roast
USDA Choice All Meat
Stew -Beef


Lb
Lb $1-9


Lb. 9
Lb. $119


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ORANGE DRINK
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Choc., Lemon, Banana,
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CREAM PIES size '
Morton Frozen Glazed or Jelly 9 o .
DONUTS sizea
Beef, Turkey, Chicken or
Salisbury Steak Morton Frozen.1, 99C
TABLE DINNERS 'si
Morton Frozen
HONEY BUN size 63
Morton Frozen Macaroni and Cheese
Casserole or Morton Spaghetti and
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