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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 10, 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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FORTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 11


Industry Deep Water Port Fin# People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORTST. JOE, FLORIDA 'THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1977


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Work to




Resume In




.2-3 Weeks


I In Oak Grove


Smoke still coming from SJPC mill ... but will it still be after Friday?




SJPC Strike Picture Still Cloudy


Unions to Cast Vote On Latest Offr Today


The future of operations at St. Joe Paper Company 6as
still cloudy late Wednesday afternoon, as both the company
and Papermakers and Electrical Workers unions labored.
with last minute bargaining in order to avert a shut down
from a strike Friday morning.
Friday morning at 7:00 a.m., will mark the end of the 10
day strike notice tendered to the company by the unions,on
Monday of last week. The strike notice was served on the
company due to failure to reach an agreement.
A'last minute bargaining session was held Wednesday
morning, with the company making another offer to the
unions, in an effort to stave off the strike. According to L. L.
Copenhaver, -Industrial Relations- Director of -the paper
company, the mill will begin shutting down this afternoon,
unless there is a change of mind by the bargaining unions by
the middle of the afternoon:.


According to Troy Jones, president of the Papermakers
Union yesterday afternoon, the unions will consider the latest
company offer, which he said is some different from the last
offer, the union members will begin casting their votes at
noon today on whether or not to accept or reject. Jones said
all union members will be given the opportunity to cast a
secret ballot on the latest company offering. "We plan to
have the voting completed and tallied in time to stop shut
down preparations if the vote is to accept", Jones said.
Both Jones and Copenhaver said negotiations are
continuing through the time left before the vote, with an open
line'of communications being kept between the unions and
. the company. :. -.. .
Jones said, "We gave some and the company has taken
back some of what they offered and offered something they
had not in the past. We'll just have to wait and see what


happens in the voting process."
Memories of the last strike at St. Joe Paper six years ago
Still linger in the area and have caused considerable interest
Over what the outcome of the latest threat will be.


City Police Have A Busy Week End


The Port St. Joe Police
Department was kept rather
busy over the weekend with
accidents and other com-
plaints. According to Chief of
Police, H. W. Griffin, it began
Friday at 11:31 a.m., with an


accident at Second St. and
Williams.Ave., in which a 1972
Ford sedan, driven by Debra
Ann Morris, of Port St. Joe,
was struck in the side by a 1963
Ford van, driven by Randy W.:
Harmon of Tyndall Air Force


Base.
Harmon was charged in the
accident report with having
defective brakes on his van,
by investigating Officer B. G.
Lightfoot.
DWI INCIDENT
Friday night at 7:02, the


The First Baptist Church
will be holding a "Conference
on Revival" beginning Mon-
day and continuing nightly
through Wednesday. Rev.
Nathan Bussey will be the
evangelist, and will be speak-.
ing at the 10:00 a.m. service
and at the 7:00 p.m. service.
Rev. Nathan Bussey is a
Native of Oklahoma and is
serving as President of the
Abundant Life Tapes, an or-
ganization for the purpose of
spreading God's Word through
a cassette tape ministry. He is
a graduate from Oklahoma
Baptist University and South-
western, Baptist Theological
Seminary, Fort Worth, Tx.
Rev. Bussey will be bringing
both timely and dynamic bib-
lical messages focused upon
the basic needs of God's
people. The people of the First
Baptist Church want to extend
a warm invitation to the


community to come' and joi
us November 13-16, 7:00 P.M
Evening and 10:00 A.M. eac
day.


REV. NATHAN BUSSEY


I.
I.


County attorney William J.
Rish told the County Commis-
sion Tuesday that it appears
as if there will be hardly any
delay at all in the change in
construction firms in the Oak
Grove Water and Sewer dis-
trict project.
It was feared two weeks
ago, when the prime contrac-
tor, Tom Newkirk walked off
the job in a dispute with his
bonding company, that it may
be as long as 90 days before
work would be resumed again.
Attorney Rish told the
Board Tuesday that the sub-
contractor, who was working
for Newkirk on the water
installation portion of the pro-
ject has expressed an interest
in finishing the complete job.
The attorney reported that
arrangements are being made


Department received a report
of an accident at the intersec-
tion in front of the First United
Methodist Church. A 1969 VW
driven by Christopher N. Dur-
den, of Apalachicola, had
jumped the median and hit a
(Continued on Page Three)


$3.64 Million Grant


Approved for City


:h Port St. Joe's Mayor, Frank
Pate received a letter Monday
morning, which will mean a
windfall of $3,643,536 to the
City treasury, possibly within
the next two to three weeks.
The Environmental Protec-
tion Agency notified the City
that their grant had been ap-
proved after nearly eight
years of effort on the part of
the City Commission to get it.
The grant, promised by
.EPA when the Wastewater
Treatment Plant was in the
planning stage, was promised
to the City then, as an incen-
tive to build the plant. After
the plant was built, at a cost of
nearly $10 million,, EPA began
to back down on their promise.
After reams of correspon-
'dence, many trips to the EPA
office in Atlanta and using up
influence points, the letter,


approving the grant was in
the mail Monday.
The grant isn't without
strings attached. Along with
the letter is a list of four
provisions the City must agree
to. Some of the provisions
have already been met by the
City.
To receive the check, the
City must agree to an audit by
EPA on the project; demon-
strate compliance with EPA.
flood insurance requirements;
apply for a Step I grant to
develop a Section 201 facility
plan (show how much of this
area the plant can serve) and
establish operation and main-
tenance procedures accept-
able to EPA.
Steps two and four of' the
conditions have already been
met by the City.


being paid for with a recreation grant from
Putting Up Fence the State of Florida. The complex will be used
jointly by the school in its physical education
Workmen are busily putting up the program and by the adult summer softball
back-stops at the new softball complex being leagues. The complex is scheduled to be
built at the rear of the Port St. Joe High ready for play with the new spring season.
School. Two fields are under construction, -Star photo


to run tests on what has
already been installed to de-
termine just what percentage
of the project Newkirk has
finished satisfactorily, so his:
percentage of the job can be:
computed for final payment.i.
"After the tests are made, this:
other builder is standing rea-
dy to get right to work", Rish
said.
With the change in fortunes
for the embattled system,-:it
now appears as if work-will
resume in two to three weeks,
according to the estimates-of
Rish and engineer, Robert
Nations.
INSURANCE
Getting the County Com-
mission to pay that invoiced
workman's compensation
premium, pegged at $90,918, is
getting to be like enticing a
two year old to part with a half
eaten sucker. They just don't
want to do it..
The present policy runs out
Saturday and the Commission
decided Tuesday to take these
remaining few days and stay
on the telephone trying to trim
Sthii cosit' of' the'6 coverage.
Roy Smith, with the Hannon
Agency of Port St. Joe, who
writes the policy informed the
Board of some of their past
history with the insurance. ,He
said that in fiscal '73-'74, the
county paid a premium of
$17,000 and had'15 losses,
totaling $44,200. In '74-'75, it
was $34,000 in premiums and
$26,922 in losses, plus a re-
serve of $127,000 set up to
cover a possible judgment of a
suit against the county. The
suit is still pending. No def-
inite figures were available
for the last two fiscal years,
but finance officer Jerry
Gates said claims on the
policy for the last two years
has amounted to less than
$3,000 a year.
*One of the main reasons the
Commission has held up on
payment is that they budgeted
only $52,000 to pay the work-
men's compensation policy
and the bill has come in at
$90,918. That's a sizeable dif-
ference for the tight county
budget to handle.
Finance officer Jerry Gates
says the only thing the Com-
mission can do is to take part
of the extra premium from
reserve and contingencies and
tap one of the government
funds coming into the county
for the remainder "if you get
it", he said.
The Commission put them-
selves and their insurance
agent to work trying to.get the.
premium reduced because of
their recent claim record,
until the last part of the grace
period is gone on the present
policy. If all else fails, they
will write the check and pay
(Continued on Page Two)


Special Master Suggests 3% Pay Increase for Gulf County Teachers


The Gulf County School Board
received a recommendation this week
from the special master who heard
testimony recently from the Board and
,the Gulf County Classroom Teachers
Association.
The Board and the classroom
teachers have'been at odds in contract
negotiations since this past July, when
negotiations started on a one year work
pact. After the two parties failed to
reach an agreement on two matters,
salary and insurance, the services of
the special master, provided by the
Public Employees Relations Commis-
sion then enteredthe scene.
The teachers were asking for a


seven percent salary increase and in-
surance contributions of $11.44 on the
hospital insurance. The School Board
said they couldn't afford it.
Tuesday, .the special master sug-
gested a three percent -increase in pay
for the teachers and insurance prem-
ium payments of $11.44, half of the
policy cost for a single, person. In his'
report, the special master agreed that
the School Board didn't have the
income to pay. the higher salary
increase. He suggested that a look be
taken at the money situation later in the
year and more salary be given the
teachers if the income picture gets any
better than it now appears.


This doesn't mean that the special
master's suggestions will be followed.
Both the teacher group and the School
Board have the power to reject his
recommendations and go back to the
bargaining table.
Superintendent W.~ter Wilder told
The Star, "I don't know what will
happen to'this suggestion. The Board
hasn't seen it, and I don't think the
teacher group has seen it either. They
both have to study it and make up their
minds about acceptance or rejection".
Wilder said he felt-all parties
involved in the matter would have a full
report from the special master in their
possession in a few days and will come


to some conclusion.
The School Board was told about
the report at their regular meeting
Tuesday morning but didn't get to study
it in depth. "We just got it out of the
mail this morning", Wilder said Tues-
day.
ACCEPT BIDS
The Board let bids in their regular
meeting session Tuesday to Lykes
Electronics of Tampa and Grice Elec-
tronics. of Pensacola to furnish mater-
ials for a television cassette teaching
aid system to be provided all 12 grades
in Gulf County schools..
Superintendent Wilder said the
local school system has received a


$22,000 government grant to finance the
system. By picking and choosing.items
from the two bids, the Board was able
to select all the materials they will need
for a total of $21,636..
The Board also received bids on
hospital insurance for all Board em-
ployees, but the bids were tabled for
further study before awarding the
business.
PERSONNEL CHANGES
Superintendent Wilder made a
recommendation to the Board Tuesday
that one administrative position be
eliminated in the two Elementary
schools in the Port St. Joe area.
In Wilder's report, he suggested


that the two remaining supervisory
personnel in the two schools run both
school programs. These two people are.
Howard Blick, principal of Highland
View Elementary School and Mrs.
Barbara Shirley, assistant principal at:
Port St. Joe Elementary School. Harry:
Herrington, present Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary principal, is stepping into the
job of finance officer, presently held by
Roy Taylor, who is retiring after the
first of the year.
Wilder suggested that both schools
be run out of one office.
The Board didn't act on the matter
at Tuesday's meeting.


Rev. Bussey to Preach

Revival for 1st Baptist


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S..BPAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. NOV. 10, 1977

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Security!

There's nothing like a fuzzy teddy
bear for security for those who tend to
be fearful of the unknown while they
sleep. Babies like security crutches,
some girls insist on their teddy bears or
favorite pillows or blankets; even some
grown men insist on having certain
"good luck" items in their presence or
possession during particular trying
times.
Even this little kitten, though he is
blessed with the legendary "nine lives"
takes no chances when he decides to
curl up for a short nap. The fuzzy teddy
bear is always under his head, offering
what little comfort it can to the kitten.
It's nice to have security.
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spoken wad is lost; the printed word remains.
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Let's Make It Our


Responsibility

e first things you notice to do.
sit the Orlando-Disney It's a rare person one sees throw
s the large number of some trash down in this part of the
built, resurfaced and state. It's obvious that the people
;, manicured and gras- there want to keepg-their part of the
makes you notice this so -state clean and this desire rubs off
ie memory you carry on visitors to the point where they
he roads of Northwest just don't litter.
ch are breaking up, We have fairly clean town here
ow and with a rank in Port St. Joe. It could be cleaner if
reeds which line the the people would take an attitude of
most of the time. ."keep it clean" and didn't throw so
nd thing you notice is much trash down on the street and
ss of the area. sidewalk. We think Port St. Joe is
to find a cigarette butt, fairly clean, but if you take a trip to
ring or even a piece of Orlando or Disney World, we are a
bout anywhere. It gives bunch of dirty slobs in comparison.
in that there is a small W n
ers going about picking We never really noticed just how
Sbit of litter as soon as much trash there is lying around on
s it. the streets here until we noticed the
Sthe case. opposite there.
kes the area so clean We believe it is the responsibil-
part is that the people ity of those of us who live here to
ro* trash down in the keep our trash in trash containers. It
ie sidewalks or on the isn't the responsibility of city or
e, they do have several county government to go behind you
about cleaning up, but and' I and pick up our litter. Let's
rn't have all that much make it our responsibility.


Money Well Spent


A tour through the new library
here in Port St. Joe last Thursday at
noon verified the claim by support-
ers of the new library that the
enlarged facilities would attract
more use of the services offered here
by the county and the Northwest
Regional Library.
The Rotary Club took a tour of
the new building and there were
almost as many people in the
building, using its services, as there
were Rotarians taking the tour.
If we have ever done anything
right here in Port St. Joe and Gulf
County, we think the construction of
the new library building was it.
If you haven't visited the new
building or taken advantage of the
many services it offers, you are just
cheating yourself of a cultural
experience you would thoroughly
enjoy.
Our library may not be the


largest, the finest or contain t
largest selection 'of books, ma]
tapes, records, films, etc., in Nor
west Florida, but you will agr
after a tour, that it is a defin
credit to our county and our tow
Maybe you think we are harpi
too much of late on the virtues of t
new building, but we think this n
service to our people will be one
the giant steps we could have tak
to make Port St. Joe truly "home"
our people. It will give a stability
our town which no other action coi
have. Too long we have been a to
of "visitors", making a living un
we could reach retirement age a
then "move back home". We thi
the library will give Port St. Joe t
stability it needs to be call
"home" in the future to all (
Northwest Florida and South Ge
gia and Alabama transplants.
It was money well spent.


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A Layman's View


Bible


Notes

By Billy Norris
I Peter 3:15 KJV says, "But
sanctify (honor) the Lord God
in your hearts; and be ready
always to give an answer to
every man that asketh you a
reason of the hope that is in
you with meekness and fear
(respect):" (parenthesis
added).
I am convinced that every
born-again believer should Jbe
ready to do as this scripture
says. But I am also convinced
that far too many are not
ready or able to lead an
unbeliever -to become a
Christian. The following
verses from Romans (the
Roman Road) are intended to
help a Christian "be ready."
Romans 3:23 "For all have
sinned, and come short of the
glory of God," Sin is rebellion
against God.
Romans 5:8 "But God,
commendth his love toward
us, in that, while'we were yet
sinners, Christ dies for us."
God loves everyone.
Romans 6:23 "For the
wages of sin is death; but the
gift of God is eternal life
through Jesus Christ our
Lord." Sin brings death, Jesus
is life.
Romans 10:9-10 "That is
thou shalt confeps with thy
mouth the Lord Jesus, and
shalt believe in thine heart
that God raised him from the
dead, thou shalt be saved. For
with the heart man 'blieveth
unto righteousness; and with
the mouth confession is made
unto salvation." This is the
way, the only way. Christian
"be ready."


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


The other week we had the, head of the
Regional Mental Health organization, which
operates the clinic here in Port St. Joe, speaking
to us here in Port St. Joe at the Rotary Club
meeting. He made the statement that all of us
have mental hang-ups at one time or another and
the trick was to recognize this fact and do what
was needed to correct it. He said one of the ways
to cure our frustrations was to kick the cat (hard
on the cat but good for the humans), take some
time off and do nothing and express our
displeasures to someone who will listen.
The speaker made a hit with the golfers in
the audience by saying one of the healthiest
things they could do is to throw their golf clubs
when they make a bad shot. I don't play golf, so
I'll have to pick out some other activity.
About that time Mark Tomlinson, who was
sitting across the table from Chauncey Costin,
laid the club secretary briefcase down on the
table and pushed it out of hisMway. The briefcase
struck a full glass of ice water iad dumped 'the
whole thing in Chauncey's lap. Chauncey jumped
up, glared at the speaker and shouted, "What do
I do now?" There was a real need for some
sincere counselling.

Do you realize that it is only two weeks until
Thanksgiving and six weeks until Christmas?
With the holidays best loved by everyone
coming up, the local merchants and Jaycees are
already beginning to make plans for the annual


M.B. Chamber Meeting


The Chamber of Commerce
of Mexico Beach announces a


Denied Food Stamps?


If you received or were
denied food stamps 'between
August 5, 1974, and October 7,
1975, and HUD paid part of
your rent for you, you may be
entitled to a refund or addi-
tional free food stamps, an-
nounced Juanita S. Melvin,
Food Stamp Supervisor (or
this area.
Ms. Melvin said you should


contact your local food stamp
office immediately and set up
an appointment to discuss this
with your worker to be sure
that you receive any refund or
free food stamps to which you
are entitled.
The telephone number for
your local food stamp office is
229-6854.


change in the November
monthly meeting, due to the
holidays later this month. It
will be held on Monday, Nov.
14, at 7:30 p.m., preceded by a
covered dish supper.
All members are invited to
attend this important meet-
ing as a slate of officers for the
year 1978 will be presented by
the nominating committee,
with nominations from the
floor. Plans for the Christmas
party will be discussed.
Come and meet your friends
and vote for officers.


Work to Resume.. from Page 1


the premium Friday. The
policy deadline, again, is Sat-
urday.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, the Com-
mission:
-Heard a request from the
St. Joseph's Bay Country Club
to reduce their property taxes
under Statute 193.501, which
provides tax relief for recrea-
tion complexes. The request
was taken under advisement.
-Heard a request from
SWard McDaniel to consider a
new telephone alert system
for the Wewahitchka Ambu-
lance Squad at a cost of $132.75
per month. The Board agreed
to study the request.
-Awarded a bid for a
pick-up truck to St. Joe Motor
L-Company at a price of
iAccepted the bid of Larry


Wells for $457.78 to sell a 1964
model'pick-up declared sur-
plus by the Mosquito Control
Department.
-Heard a report by Jerry
Gates that their hospital in-
surance wasn't being billed at
the rate stated in the bid. The
Board decided to call for new
bids on hospital insurance.
-Heard from inspector E.
F. Gunn who presented a
recommendation that some-
thing be done about the paving
in front of the library to do
away with standing water.
Gunn also presented his last
"punch list" on the new
building and the Board gave
the contractor 21 days to take
care of them before final
payment is made.
WANTS PLAN
Bud Poucher, representing
the City of Wewahitchka


asked the County to consider
working up an Economic De-
velopment Assistance plan so
the communities in the County
could properly apply for EDA
funds.
Poucher told the Board that
one of the criteria for qualify-
ing for the EDA funds is that
the community stipulate that
they have complied with the
county plan. "If the county
has no plan, the community
cannot-comply and cannot be
eligible for government mon-
ey", he said.
The majority of the Board
agreed to table the request
and investigate which would
be the best way for them to go.
Commissioner Otis Davis was
the lone dissenting vote say-
ing, "Both cities in the county
have requested this plan and I
think we should go ahead


One of Many
This year must be the Year of the Radish.
This past week, Wayne Bridges brought in


these healthy-sized radishes to show off. They
were taken from the garden he and his father
works in the old Kenney's Miii area. "We've
got plenty more like them", Wayne said, "and
they are solid all the way through and good to
eat." Star photo


Christmas parade here in Port St. Joe, to be held
on the first Saturday in December, Which is
December 3.
Karl Bowen, manager of Merit Finance is
the chairman of the Jaycee portion of the annual
parade. They have the responsibility of lining up
floats to be entered and the judging of who gets
the big cash prizes given away by the merchants.
Karl says he is now taking pledges from
churches, organizations and clubs which wish to
enter floats in the parade. Karl says he hopes to
have a parade equally as good as last year's,
which had probably the most floats of any
Christmas parade ever.
At any rate, Karl wants those wishing to
enter floats to get in contact with him real quick.

I guess Reubin Askew just doesn't have any
desire to go to Washington; a feeling .I can
readily identify with.
. ; ., Back during the Presidential election,
': Reubin had an opportunity to be on the ticket as
the candidate for Vice-President. He turned it
down. Last week, the rumor was that Reubin had
been approached to take Bert Lance's place as
the head of the Office of Budget Management.
Again Reubin turned. it down.
All of us who have been wondering if Reubin
really knew what he was doing are going to have
to change our minds. He knows, if he can
successfully fight the lure of Washington.

Last Monday, I again wandered into John
Blount's furniture store and was having a
conversation with the ebullient John when
Jimmy Costin wandered in, also.
Jimmy said, "John, I need some more
peanuts."
John answered, "I'll bring you some."
Thinking John was talking about one of his
frequent trips to Alabama, where many of the
peanuts grow, and that he would bring Jimmy
some from there, I chimed in with,'"I'll take
some, too, when you go after them."
During the middle of the afternoon, here
came John into the office, delivering a big bag of
frozen boiled peanuts and a sack of parched
goobers.
Ybu can't beat service like that.

I saw in the papers where David Berkowitz,
the accused Son of Sam killer, was placed under
sedation and restraint last week after he became
"upset" over watching the soap operas.. The
director of the corrections department said
Berkowitz became hysterical after watching
about 15 minutes of soap opera on the TV.
You remember, a week ago, Berkowitz was
ruled sane by the courts and capable of standing
trial. I say this proves it. Anyone who can be
driven crazy by soap operas has to be sane.
On with the trial!

Pete Rozelle, commissioner of the National
Football League says the football field and the
game itself should be exempt from changing to
the metric system. Rozelle says the game is
based heavily on measurement and should
remain under the yards and inches system..
Come on now, Pete. What makes you think
football is any better than checkers, mumbley
peg, tossing pennies or horse shoes. All these are
played by measurement, too, and evidently
they're going to change. They have no commis-
sioner to fight for their rights. Tennis, baseball
and pole vaulting aren't putting up a holler, and
they're games of measurement. Get with it,
Pete, the world is going metric and football
should too. I can hear the referee now, shouting,
"Third down and point- nine-' ,one- four- four
meters to go".
Doesn't that sound more exciting than
"Third down and. a yard to go"?




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ForestM. Cooper Taken by Death


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1977


PAGE THREE


Forest M. Cooper, 85, a long
time resident of Highland
View passed away Sunday in
'the Municipal Hospital.'
Mr. Cooper was a retired
employee of Kenny's Mill and
a member of the Highland
View Church of God.
Survivors include his wife,
SMrs. Nancy Cooper, Highland
View; two sons, Horace
Cooper of Cottonwood, Ala.


and Earl Cooper of Port St.
Joe; five daughters, Mrs. Lela
Thomney, Greenviie,-Mrs.
Eula Thomley, Perry; Mrs.
Mulba Allen, Plant City; and
Mrs. Myrtle Raffield and Mrs;
Elizabeth Turner of Port St.
Joe; two sisters, Mrs. Noma
Haney of Point Washington
and Mrs. Votie Bodie' of
Tampa; and a number of
grandchildren and great
grandchildren: :


Interest at Career Fair
Gulf County Sheriff Ken Murphy attracted a crowd at his
table at Career Night, with a group of young people wanting


When the Air Force "space man" began putting on his
suit he attracted all kinds of interest from .students: who
wanted to see just how that thing worked. The "space man"
also was able to get all the assistance he needed to zip, his,
zippers and snap his snaps. --Star photo


Funeral services were
held at 2:00 P;M. Tuesday in
the Highland View Church of
God with the Rev. Jack
McKinney officiating assisted
by Rev. Jean Shoots.
Interment followed in the
family plot of Holly Hill'
Cemetery.
All.services were under the
direction of Comforter Fu-
neral Home.


*, u anuw aout mne ruiure ot law i
were some "older children
Counsellor Chris Earley; Care
Principal, Ken Herring; Guidai
Superintendent Walter Wilder.

Charity

Ball Ducats

On Sale
Tickets went on sale this
week for the- annual Rotary
Club Charity Ball, according
to James T. McNeill, this
year's chairman for the an-
,pual social event.
. McNeill said tickets are
going on sale early this year
due to the fact that the ball is
being held a week earlier than
usual. "The Florida-FSU foot-
ball game falls during our
usual time slot", McNeill said,
"and we decided to work
around the competition which
this particular ball game
would give is".
The ball will be held Satur-
day, November 26 in the
Centennial Building, with the
affair getting underway at
9:00 p.m.
McNeill said the committee
has "gone first class", this
year in the music department.
"We have secured tl~e servic-
es of the Gulf Coast Commun-
ity College stage band to
furnish our music. This is one
of the finest musical groups in
this area'.


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3-Day Holiday Weekend


Many people including state rol Director Eldrige Beach,
employees will celebrate Vet- "'Florida's hunting season
eran's Day this year on Nov. opens November 12 the follow-
11 which falls on Friday, ign day, and hunters and
thereby making it a three-day campers will be on the move."
holiday weekend said the Flor- Hunters are again warned
ida Highway Patrol this week. not to fire a gun from or across
Sa having ny highway and riot to stop
"In addition to having a long heir vehicles on the roadway.
weekend for trips," said Pat-
Mills Is Key

Club President
Michael R. Mills, 17, a
student at Opelika High
School, Opelika, .' was
elected president of .ey Club
International as a climax to
the 34th annual convention of
the organization in Kansas
City, Missouri recently. As a
president of Key Club'Inter-
national, he will be the spokes-
man for some 80,000 young
men and women in 3,000 high
School clubs located in the
United States, Canada, The
Bahamas, Jamaica and the
Netherlands Antilles.
The announcement of Mills'
S/ election was made by Jimmy
C/ox, president of the Kiwanis
Club of Port St. Joe which
s 'sponsors the Port St. Joe Key
Club,
.Rl (Key Club International is
S- sponsored by Kiwanis; Inter-
,i m national. Its members per-
i| E form the same service
i programs in the high school as
i do its sponsors in the adult
'community.
.About 2,200 people, Key Club
enforcement. Also at the table members, their advisors and
", left to right: Guidance .-,:sponsors, attended the Key
eer Specialist Frank Barnes; ;Club convention in Kansas
nce Counsellor Sara Riley and City, which was held in the
-Star photo -.Radison Muehlebach Hotel.


Motorists driving on high-
ways where they observe
hunters parked on the shoul-
der are reminded to stay alert
for deer being chased acorss
the road. Also there may be
several hounds behind the
deer, usually about one-fourth
mile.and neither are wise to
the ways of motor vehicle
traffic.
Beach concluded by saying,
"Drivers should always be
alert, but when long holiday
weekends find 'tired drivers'
returning from trips, every-
one should make a special
effort to drive safely and
courteously."


In Memory of
Louis Henry and
Mary Frances Kelley
I only want to hide and rest a
while, a warm safe place to
be, smelling honeysuckles,
chain link fence, peeling paint,
rose bushes, trees;
I think of this family get-
ting together, fish fries, chil-
dren smiling, more happiness
in my lifetime than pen knows,
picture taking, church on
time, walking on beaches, so
many memories-
Her own Bible verses: Pro-
verbs 31: 10, 25, 28;
-Who can find a virtuous
woman? for her price is far
above rubies;
-She looketh well in the ways
of her household, and eateth
not the bread of'idleness;
-Her children rise up and
call her blessed, her,husband
also, and he praiseth her.
Happy Birthday Mama.
Martha Langford
Ponce de Leon, Fla.


Police- Have. from Page 1


pine tree in front of the
church. Investigating officers
Phil McLeod and Asst. Chief
Roy Robinson, charged Dur-
den with driving while intoxi-
cated, no valid driver's li-
cense, improper tag, and no
SA "inspection sticker. Dur-
c was lodged in the City Jail
with bonds totaling $603.7b set
by the County Judge.
ANOTHER DWI
At 1:12 Sunday morning,
investigator David Rogers
stopped a 1971 Chevrolet pick-
up, driven by Edward Dan
Veal of Wewahitchka. Veal
was charged with driving


while intoxicated and carry-
ing a concealed firearm, and
wad lodged in the county jail
on the felony charge.
RADAR IN USE f
The Department's radar
was also in full use over the
weekend with several speed-
ing\cases made. Chief Griffin
stated that with the new pave-
ment on Garrison and Long
.Avenue, some people are not
paying close attention to their
speed.
"It's 30 mph on these two
streets and that's what we
enforce", Chief Griffin stated.


To Whom It May

Concern
Please notice.that on each cemetery deed is
printed the following: "The party of the
first (Jehu Cemetery Co., Inc.) reserves the
right to collect assessments on this lot for
the purpose of improving, maintaining,
protecting, and beautifying the grounds of
the cemetery. This deed is made and ac-
cepted under the express condition that the
party of the second part (you, the members)
shall pay such assessments or any interest
thereon as provided in the bylaws of said
cemetery corporation; and in that event (of
non-payment) said parcel of land shall
revert to the corporation, except that no'
used portion of any lot shall so revert."

JEHU CEMETERY CO., INC.
John (Bo) Jones, President
Dollie V. Weeks, Sec'y.-Treas.

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THE STAR Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1977


DAR State Regent Will


Be Guest of Local Chapter


guest of honor for the Christ-.
mas meeting of Saint Joseph
Bay Chapter to be held at the
home-of Mrs. George Tapper,
December 21.
' All Chapter member -. are
urged .to come early to the
meeting to meet and visit with
Mrs. Milton and Mrs. Camp-


-Mrs. John Dean Milton of
'Coral Gables, State Regent of
;- Tte Florida Society, Daugh-
:' 'ss of the American Revolu-
'.. on, will be honored guest and
speaker when the local chap-
,," ter meets next Wedniesday
. noon,November 16, at the
SGarden Center.
DAR Schools will be fea-
r:'ired in Mrs. Miltoa's ad-
S'd: ss. Support of DAR Schools
is the special project for her
!3m' e.'m of office.
S"Mrs. Milton, a DAR since
'39, has been active in many
Phases of the Spciety's work
:;n the local, state and national
l .el. She was, a 'Trustee for
.' e Third Century, U.S.A.
Dl; ade County Bicentennial
Committee. She is a member
oI. ithe Woman's Cancer Asso-
i-cation of the. University ot
bMami and the Woman's Auxi-
ary to Dade and Florida
Medical Association, Inc. She
is the widow of Dr. John Dean
Silton, a past president of the
Florida Medigal Association,
Inc.
SMrs. Milton attended Bre-
nau Conservatory of Music in
Gainesville, Ga. anti is an
alumnae of Wesleyan College.
S Accompanying Mrs. Milton
-will be Mrs. Francis D; Camp-
:. bell, of Marianna, Vice Prest-
S d.ent General of the.National
.Society. Mrs. Campbell was
Si Florida State Regent when the
l ocal chapter organized in
; October 6f 1975. She will be
i/., ;' '; '. ^ ''"" ^


/MissAntley
J Miss Janet Antley: bride- with a
~lect of Johnny Register, was sweater,
the honoree of a bridal shower corsage
held in the social hll of White Her moth
ity" Baptist Church. wore a n
Mrs. Hilt,
z For the occasion, Miss of the g
Sntley wore a navy jump suit light blu
S. matching
4 : 'nimothers
;BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT, mOt s
Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Martin white car
': announce the birth of a baby The pa
girl, Alison Michelle, weighing orated in
six poundso10ounces, on Octo- colors, w
her 25,.'I~- Guf Coast Corn- basket of
munity deidi~t by rust co
Grandparents are Mr. and center o.
Mrs. Victor Burke and Mrs. covered
Mrs. James Martin, -all of. coffee,
White City. were serv

IRTH ANNOUNCEMENT BIRTH
-Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis IA. and
of Highland View wish to of .arne
announce the birth of a son, nounce t
David Jeremy, September 14, Bradley I
weighing 11 pounds 10 ounces. 12. Bra
Maternal grandparents are pounds, f
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rabon welcoined
and paternal grandparents year old
are Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lewis, his gran(
all of Highland View. Mrs. Ton


Port St. J


bell.
Mrs.'William B. Simmons,
Mrs. Mark Tomlinson and
Mrs. J. I. Melvin are hos-
tessesfor the meeting and will
be making, reservations for
members and guests for dhe
luncheon to be served by the
Garden Club.


Mrs. John Dean Milton


Feted atParty


white cowl neck
complimented by a
of white carnations.
er, Mrs. E.L. Antley
avy knit dress; and
on Register, mother
room-elect, wore a,
ue knit dress with
g jacket. Both
wore corsages of
nations.
rty room was dec-
Sfall harvest time
with a..la ge straw
fafloassianked"
lored candles, in the
f a white damask
table. Fruit pinchf
Ike, nuts and mints.
'ed to the guests, as

ANNOUNCEMENT
Mrs. Donald Capps
er Robins, Ga, ,an-
he birth of a son,
Edward, on October
d .weighed 'eight
our ounces. He was
I home by his five-
brother, Bryan, and
parents, Mr. and
m E. Parker, Jr. of
roe.


Johnny

Marks

Number 1
Johnny Gainer Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Gainer
Sr. of 107 Apollo St. will
celebrate his first birthday on
F~iiday, Nov.. 11. "
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Willie James
McNair Sr. and paternal
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Gainer, all of Port
St. Joe.


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lovely and useful gifts were
opened and displayed.'
Hostesses for the shower
were Mrs. Murdic Harcus,
Mrs. Bill Harper, Mrs. James
Horton, Mrs. Bob Smith, Mrs.
Clau4e Weston, Mrs. Randy
Weston and Mrs. Q. P. Wise.
'Miss Antley and Mr. Re-
gister will be married on
Saturday, Nov- 26, at the
White City Baptist.Church.


PAGE FOUR


We will be Closed


Veteran's Day

Friday, Nov. IT

to honor our veterans
who fight for our nation.


Florida First National Bank
at ort St. Joe
Phone 227-2551 504 Monument Ave.


Harvest Day
Festival Sale
A Harvest Day Festival
Sale, sponsored by Faith
Christian School, will be held
this Saturday, Nov. 12, at the
corner of 5th St. and- Reid
Avenue, in Port St. Joe.
Along with the miscellan-
ebus items sold in a garage
sale, there will also be crafts,
plants, baked goods, hot chili
and coffee for sale. -
Sales will begin at nine
o'clock A.M. and close at 4:30
p.m. (EST). All proceeds ll
go toward the Faith Christin
School building project.

Farewell 0,

Party for

Fr. O'Shea
The C.Y.O. and the other
parishioners of St. Josepf's
Catholic Church held a sur-
prise going away party after
Mass last Sunday for Fatoher
David T. O'Shea. He ias
presented a plaque and other
gifts in appreciation of the
help and friendship to the
people of St. Joseph Parish.
Father O'Shea has been
pastor of St. Joseph's Churth
for the list seven years after
having come from Palatka in
1970. When the new Dioces ~
Pensacola-Tallahassee vs
formed, Father O'Shea be-
came the chairman of the
Liturgical Commission of t'e
diocese and also Diocesan
Spiritual Moderator for the
Diocesan Council of Catholic
Women. .
He has been called by
Bishop Rene H., Gracidalto
serve as pastor of St. Mary's
Parish, Fort Walton 'Beach,
which was effective October
25.
During the time that Fat*lr
O'Shea was in Port St. Joe he
promoted various program
that contributed to the
spiritual growth of the Church
and the community.
Father Peter Le Maire has
been assigned as pastor of St.
Joseph's Church. He is a
native Belgian and was .an
associate pastor at St.
Dominic's Parish in Panama
City before coming to Port St.
Joe.


the members of the

Church of Christ
invite you to meet with them:
Sunday Morning Bible Study ........... 10:00 A.M.
Sunday Morning Worship .......... 11:00 A.M.
Sunday Night ................. ...... 6:00 P.M.
Wednesday Night .... ... ... 7:06 P.M.
Corner 20th St. & Marvin
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Phillp Dykes Salndra Kay Tice

To Wed


JOHNNY GAINER JR.


Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tice of
Dothan announce the. forth-
coming marriage of their
daughter, Sandra Kay, to
Phillip Wayne Dykes, son of
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Dykes
of Port St,. Joe.


The bride-elect, a graduate'
of Dothan High School, is pre-
sently employed with Wex-
Tex of Ashford, Ala. The
prospective groom, a gradu-
ate of Port St. Joe High
School, is presently employed
with Alabama Electric of
Dothan.
The ceremony is set for
November 12 at 6:00 p.m. at
the home of the bride. The
couple plans to reside in
Dothan.


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SMCheryl Hatcher .

SHonor Student
SCheryl A. Hatcher, a sopho-
more at the University of
SSouth Florida, Tampa, was
Named recently during Hoinrs
Convocation as an honor stu-
dent.
SCheryl, a Port St. Joe High.
School graduate, is also a
member of Themis, an honor-
ary society for.freshmen and
Sophomores at the University
of South Florida. Cheryl, a
business management major,
is the daughter of T-Sgt. and
Mrs. Cyrus L. Riley and the
granddaughter of Mrs. O. D.
Mincey of Port St. Joe.

Wayne Biggs to

SShow Pictures
Wayne S. Biggs, local land-
scape and nature artist and
photographer from White
City, willbe displaying a num-
b her Of his photographic works
at the Florida First National
' Bank here in Port St. Joe.
The exhibit has been on dis-
play at the Learning Re-
Ssources'Center at Gulf Coast
Community College.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1977


Airman Hall Assigned to Chanute


Airman Harry J. Hall, Jr.,
whose parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Harry J. Hall of 211
Kenny's Mill Road, Port St.
Joe, has been assigned tb
Chanute AFB, Ill., after com-
pleting Air Force basic train-
ing.
During the six weeks. at
Lackland AFB, Tex., the air-
man studied the Air Force
mission, organization and cus-
toms and received special
instruction in human rela-


r, M i* s 1 title of Gulf County's 1978 Juiior Miss. The Junior Miss
the Comimons Area at Port St. 'oe High School. From left,
These four young ladies will be among the 15 senior girls are: Deborah Stutzman, DianafSealey, Suzanne Hammock
from PortSt. Joe and Wewahitchka, who will compete for the and Julane McFarland. -Star photo


Airman Harry J. Hall,


tions.
Airman Hall will now re-
ceive specialized training in
the aircraft equipment main-


tenance field.
The airman is a 1971 gradu-
ate of Port St. Joe High
School.


Jr.


Recreation Dept. Wants'


which won first place in summer recreation
,T7* competition action director, John, Clen-
i ney. right ts the trophy to, Renfr
Other win the men's reerdation
Buddy Renfro, left, receives the first program were Raffield's, second place and
place trophy for Renfro's flag football team, 'Sylvachem, third place. -Star photo


News. ..


From the High School-
Inrrr~~, ~


The whole student dyand
Faculty, is really getting fired
up for the game against
Blountstown on Friday night.
We hdd a pep rally on Tuesday,
and every student in the
school went wild; yelling,
cheering and jumping around.
For a while there, I thought
Zhat I had come to theawrong
school that morning.
;I Blountstown and Port St.
Joe have always been a big'
,' .rivalry, and with the added
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incentive of .beating the
Number One 2-A team in the
state, the Sharks are planning
to make this their best game
of the season.
The Wrestling team is going
to start practicing next week
under the direction of Coach
Chris Earley. They had a good
season last year. having won a
few matches, and are going to
try to have an even better one
this year.
The mat. men will have a
new mat and new uniforms, so
this may make them feel like
better wrestlers.
The National Honor Society
District meeting will be held
on Saturday, Nov. 12, in
Panama City.- Several


members from Port St. Joe
will go, along with repre-
sentatives from other high
schools in the District.
The Port St. Joe High School
Band will participate in the
Florida Band Masters' Asso-
ciation Marching Contest in
.Panama 'City at Tommy
Oliver Stadium this Saturday.
The Band has presented many
fine performances 'this year
and we wish them luck on
Saturday.
And that's what's going on
at Port St. Joe High School.


to Offer

The, Port St. Joe Recreation
Department is attempting to
offer a full-time leisure pro-
gram for thsi coming year. A
program'is being worked out
whicn is felt will meet the
needs of the majority of the
community. Prime times have
been initially established, but
it may be deemed necessary
to change the times or days.
John Clenney, Recreatidn
Director, has requested that
the public respond to the pr$-
gram, and let the Recreation
Department know' what you
think of the program,
SLIMNASTICS
Slimnastics for women will
be offered on' Tuesday and
Thursday mornings from nine
to ten, at a fee of $15 per
month. Evening slimnastics
will be held on Monday and
Wednesday nights from seven
to eight, at the same cost.
GYMNASTICS
Three levels of gymnastics
will be off e S
II and Stage I.[Asages wil
meet on Monday and Wednes-
day afternoons. Stage I will
meet from 2:15 3:00 p.m.;-
Stage II will meet 3:00 4:00;
and Stage III from 4:00-5:00.
Fees for Stage I and II.will be


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Port St. Joe, Fla.
JOHNIE W. McCURDY, Minister
CHURCH SCHiOOL ....................... 9:45 A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE ;.;.... 1. 11A;M. &7:00P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ....... 5:30 P.M.
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15 per month, and for Stage
,!it will be $20 per month.
S TRAMPOLINE
i A:trampoline class will meet
on Friday afternoons from
,1:00 4:00, at a cost of $8 per
month.
SJUDO
*For those interested in
4aarning the tactics of self-
'defense, judo will be taught
fom 3:00-4:00 on Tuesday and
thursday afternoons. Cost of
.e course is $15 per month.
if RUN FOR YOUR LIFE
--,A course in jogging, "Run
for'Your Life", for both sexes
will be, held on Monday and
Wednesday nights from 6:00-
7:00, at a charge of $15 per
month.
SQUARE DANCE
"'Classes in square dancing
and a square dance club will
be held on Friday nights from
.,:00-10:30. No fee has been
established at present for this
qe~urse. .
1,rz i*M;4 ct for fothese
courses will be O'Neal Collier,
an experienced gymnast and a
certified teacher of exercise
courses He is presently em-
ployed in the continuing edu-
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If you would be interested in
any of these courses, please
either write to the Recreation
Department, P. O. Box 206,
Port St. Joe, or call John
Clenney or Kathy Craig at
229-6119. Letters will be-consi-
dered as pre-registration for'
the class which you s tate.


Fast and friendly prescription service is always
available. We carry a large supply of prescription
drugs along with remedies that can be purchased
without prescriptions. We also maintain a complete
record of your prescription-purchases and can
furnish you with a copy instantly for income tax 'Li
purposes.


SMITH'S

Pharmacy
Drive-In Prescription Window
Phone 227-5111


Gaskin-Graddy Insurance
Phone 639-2225
Wewahitchka, Florida
Specializing In
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FIRE LIFE BONDS
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Ask About Our Convenient ISa
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In Port St. Joe Every Tuesday
In Sears Catalog Store


Are we ever busyl! Planning, discovering,.
designing and creating.
... Getting ready to share with you
THE MOST MAGICAL CHRISTMAS -
OF-ALL.


PANEL OF GUEST DESIGNERS
Bill Wiggins. Tallahassee, Fla.
Billy White. Milton. Flo.
Bebe Morgan, Birmingham, Ala.
and
WAYSIDE'S OWN STAFF OF TALENTED DESIGNERS
JoAnn Hall. Chyrrell Hoban. Dennis Moon,
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Drexell Garland. Carlton Wilkinson, Mike Harris, Greg Ingram, Lyndon
Thompson. Jerry Shores. Woody J6nes, 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, Vie Gilbert, Keith Neel, Duane


Sept. 9
Sept. 16
Sept. 23
Sept. 30:
Oct. 7
Oct. 14
Oct. 21
Nov. 4
Nov. 11
Nov. 18.


SCHEDULES


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Florida High T
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Wakulla High T
Marianna T
Chattahoochee H
Chipley T
Apalachicola H
Blountstown H
Panama Christian T


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Sept. 15 Wakulla
Sept. 22 Blountstown
Sept. 29 Rosenwald
Oct, 6 Wakulla
Oct. 13 Marianna
Oct. 20 Blountstown
Oct. 27 Wewahitchka

7th & 8th Grade


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Wewahitchka
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Blountstown


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Minger, Rick Taylor, Marvin Sewell, Larry Rich, Alan Sampson, Barry Nobles,
Wade Stoutamire, Rodney Herring, Tom Bouington, Ronald Pickett and Joey
Fontaine.
S-Star photo

SHARKS' OPPONENT


SBlountstown "Tigers


ADMISSION Adults $2.50 Students$1


Reserved Seats $2.75


Port St. Joe High School Varsity Cheerleaders


VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-Standing, left to
right: Dawana Jacobs, Simona Williams, Mary Mar-
garet Bray. captain, Michelle Willis, Lynn Besore, Paula-
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Tankersley and Kim Thursbay. Atop shoulders, from
left: Nancy Knox, Debra Stutzman and Teresa Fortner.


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Carr's Auto Sales
Phone 229-6961

Comforter Funeral Home
Hortense and Rocky Comforter Phone 227-3511
COSTING'S
Quality at Savings Phone 227-7221
Dairy Burger
Come by for A Snack
Danley Furniture Co.
Make Your House A Home
Di lesbach's Cleaners.
Pick-Up and Delivery

Earley Hdwe. Coastal Mfg.
Hwy. 98-Highland Viewi 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
S- 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 229-1251


St. Joe Hardware
S 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 2296010
Saveway Food Store
Featuring USDA Choice Beef and Fresh Produce
Thames Jewelers
302 Reid Avenue
Western Auto
David B. May Phone 227-2271


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', Wed. Nite Ladies' League from Mur
SThe Wednesday Nite Ladies' bowled a I
SLeague met on November 2 at Fain a 44
St. Joe Bowling Lanes. Cola. Janic
,. Renfro won three games game and
from Florida Bank on lanes series for
Sone and two. Evon Clayton led Standings:
SRenfro with a 197 game and St. JoeFur
420 series. Alice J. Martin had Florida Ba
a 151 game and 401 series for Pepsi Cola
8 Florida Bank. Container]
SOn lanes three and four, St. Murphy's
Joe Furniture won four games Renfro
,from the Cowgirls. Brenda Cowgirls
Mathes bowled a 171 game and Apalach Se
Bertha Clayton a 483 series for
:St. Joe Furniture. Marguerite The Thu]
SScheffer led Cowgirls with a League me
127 game and 343 series. Ber- 'Lanes on 1
tha Clayton picked up a 5-10 On lanes
split. Kats won
SOn lanes five and six, Con- Ralph and
trainer Division-'0ook three Clayton wa
Games from Apalach Selects. with a 171
SLila Gibson led Container Div. high series
With a 146 game and Anna Ralph and
SSmith a 394 series. Kathy highgame
SChumney bowled a 132 game On lane
and 355 series for Seldets. H.V. Motoi
SOn lanes seven and eight, from the
.:Pepsi Cola won four games Mongold le






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LOOKING


FOR HELP?






1975 Suzuki TC-100. Call BEEF S
after 4 p.m. 229-6005. 2tp11-10 30c per po
Avg. 450-80
Save $700. Sears 16 h.p. S.T. Black Angu
'tractor, 3-pt. hitch, 40" disc 648-4836.
Sharrow, 5 shank cultivator,
Splow, wheel weights, all for 8'x 20'
$1.500. Only 22 hours on trac- four 229-67
r Call 229-6303. Can be seen
t 304 12th St: ,fe 11-10 HA
S FEA1
1973 Honda motorcycle, ex- 9 A
cellent cond. $500. 229-6303. Corner 5th
tfc 11-10 Garage sa
baked goo
1972 LaSalle mobile home, coffee.
12' x 65'. Furnished. Assume
loan, $135.10 monthly. 229-8418
or 229-3041. tfc i-10 .1972 LaS
12' x 65' co
8' x 24' aluminum boat and with air co
trailer, 4 cyl. gray marine or229-3041.
engine, foam filled, central
councle, new prop, shag, good 19' boat
oyster or crab boat, or just motor, wo
for offshore
plain fishing. See at Court St., f os
i.t. Joe Beach, first house on ested, cal
right. ltp 11-10 DR
DRAPED
and custom
16' Lone Star fiberglass and custoo
boat, $350. Call 227-3151 till from Roc
6:00, after 229-6602. It 11-10 App
Appliance


S1975 Kawasaki 250, with two
Helmets. 229-8455. $350.
Itp 11-10

', 1972 750 Honda chopper,
;Custom frame, Harley wheel,
S'extended front end. $800. Call
S648-5152. tfc 11-10

SBoston Terrier, spayed fe-
male, 7 mos., friendly. $50.
S648-5379. 2tc 11-10

SOne Duncan Fife dining
room table with 6 chairs. CalH
1229-6111. tfc 11-10

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

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


Ave., phon


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Lou Mork a 371
Murphy's.
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niture 27/z 8
nk 25 11
25 11
Div. 21 15
S 17 19.
16 20
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lects 21 33/

rsday Night Ladies
tt at St. Joe Bowling
November 3.
, one and two, the
four games from
I 'Henry's. Bertha
is tops for the Kats
high game and 490
s. Laura Sewell led
Henry's with a 134
and 384 high series.
s three and four,
rs won four games
Surefoots. Barbara
d H.V.-Motors with


Tel. and Tel. won four games
from Raffields. Nett Hender-
son had a 166 high game and
Norma Hobbs had a 420 high
series for St. Joe Tel. and Tel.
Lillian Anderson led Raffield's
with a 122 high game and 335
high series.
On lanes seven and eight,
the Playgirls won three games:
from the Wonder Bar. Susan
Bigelow was tops for the
Playgirls with a 157 high game
and 385 high series. Diane
' Whitfield led.the Wonder Bar
with a 152 high game and 362
high series.
Standings:
Team W L
.Williams Alley Kats 31 5
H. V. Motors 31 5
St. Joe Tel. and Tel. 25 11
Ralph and Henry's 20 16
Surefoots 11 25
Raffield's 11 25
SPlaygirls 11 25
Wonder Bar 4 32


phone: .
-Apply for social security
or supplemental security in-
come (SSI) payments.
-Apply for Medicare.
-Change of name or ad-
dress for social security re-
cords.
-Report change in marital
status.
-Report that person has
stopped or started work or to
report other events that may
affect checks.
-Report lost or missing
social security or Medicar
card.
-Get help with filling out
Medicare claims form.
-Arrange for direct deposit
on monthly checks.
-Request a statement of
earnings.
-Find out if a particular
health care facility takes part
in Medicare.
-Get help in requesting


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV: 10, 1977


ON=


Garden Club Meeting


SSet for This Afternoon

A The November meeting of like to continue this beaut
the Port St. Joe Garden Club cation project but need
will be held this afternoon at 3 support of everyone in
o'clock at the Garden Center community. Mr. Smith
Q Eighth Street. given,.many hours to t
'The program highlight will project and will welco
Given by. John Robert ideas and help from the p
Smith, who will give those lie.
jipesent information on the Members are urged
work that has been done to attend and visitors are
beautify the entrance to our vited.
city in the Fifth Street area. Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, ho
Detailed information will also culture chairman, uir
lp given on plans and needs to everyone to bring horticultl
pmplete the watering system specimens and will give tir
and plantings in the median in ly tips concerning shrubs i
front of the new library and plants as the winter mon
courthouse. The Kiwanis Club approach.
and the City Commissioners Mrs. Clyde Whitehead i
bve contributed money and Mrs. H. W. Griffin are hosted
bor in this project and would es.for the afternoon meeti


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SMost Social Security Problems


SCan be Handled Ov Phone
Most people can conduct telephone, thus avoiding a pos- 1Pview of the decision made on
I almost all of their social sible long wait in the office, claim A person can also call
I security business over the Dave Robinson, social secr- get information or publica-'
DI ity representative for Gulf tns about social security,
I .County, said this week. Medicare. or SSI.
154 high game and 400 high Most anything from apply- ,' Robinson gave these tips on
S series. Rhonda Gainous was ing for benefits to reporting a melting the best service from
phy's. Toby Gray tops for the Surefoots with a lost or stolen check can be ',cial security:
.90 game and Betty 144 high game and 375 high done over the phone. Robinson -Don't call during the first
4 series for Pepsi series. listed the following services week of a month. This is the
,e Martoina had a 1 On lanes five and six, St. Joe that can be taken care of by -


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ALE-Farm prices.
und, you haul off.
0 pounds per head.
is. Call after 5p.m.,
tfc-10-20

house boat. Sleeps
88. tfc 10-20

VEST DAVO I
TIVL SALE
M-4:30 PM
St. & Reid Ave.
lie, plants, crafts,
ids, hot chili and

2tc 11-3
lalle mobile home,
impletely furnished
nditioning. 229-8418
tfc 9-22

and trailer, 85 h.p.
rks good. Excellent
re fishing. If inter-
229-6506.

RIES-Ready made
n made. Large sel-
swatches to choose
he's Furniture and
Store, 209 Reid
e 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 10-23.


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


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

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 5:00 p.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. tfc4-28

Say You Saw It
In The Star I


Large bayfront lot, six room
house in Highland View. $4,000
down, terms, total price $14,-
000.763-0962. tfc 11-10


PORT ST. JOE
, Ae you, looking for mr.e
in 4k de
4 bdrm., 2 bath home w-
cen. h-ac, plus the added
luxury of your own pool. At
a price you can afford. 304
,12th St., corner of Long Ave.

Almost new custom-built
home, 3 bdrms. 2 ceramic
tile baths, quality carpeting
and vinyl. Picture-book kit-
chen with more than ample
cabinets. Lovely sunroom,
paved double drive with
2-car gar. Cen. h-ac plus
many extra. 2112 Long Ave.

106 Bellamy Circle, large
liv. rm., 3 bdrms., 2 ba.: +
den. Carpet, nice landscap-
ed, fenced backyard. Make
,an offer. Owner anxious to
sell.

The home you have been
waiting for! 3 bdrm 2 bath
corner lot, completely
fenced in yard for children
and pets-living room, din-
ing room and large private
screened porch convenient-
ly arranged for easy enter-
tainment. 1911 Long Ave.

Comfortable home on 2 love-
ly lots 3 bdrm 2 bath with
many extras. Cen. h-ac, car-
peted throughout, garage,
workshop, chain link fence
around back yard area. 815
Woodward.
ACREAGE
Want relief from City living
-with lots of room for that
pony-2 ACRES + 3 bdrm
home about 6 miles from St.
Joe on Hiway 71.
BEACHES
MOBILE home on lovely
lot, spacious liv. room, /3
bdrms. den or dining rm.,
modern kit. 3 blks. from
Gulf.

Duplex: 1 bdrm-bath 2
bdrm-bath or could be easi-
ly adapted to a single family
home on nice lo,. St. Joe
Beach 2 blks. from Gulf.
Reasonably priced.

Looking for a permanent
home in a vacation atmo-
sphere? We have a 3 bdrm
112 bath home. Beautiful
'large lot 100' x'285'. You
must see this to appreciate.
E. B. MILLER REALTY
E. B. MILLER
Reg. Real Estate Broker
PATTY MILLER
Associate
648-5364


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


Stfc 7-28
tfe 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

New brick home at 106 Yau-
pon Ave., 3 BR, 2 bath, dining
room, living room, den and
kitchen. Call 227-2291 or 229-
5302. tfc 10-7

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

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.
tfc 9-15

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 kitchen with 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 lent: 3 bedroom, 1 bath
furnisheri hnuse at Beacon


T2 bedroom furnished trailer Have a highly profitable and
at St. Joe Beach. 648-7581. elegant Dress Shop of your
tfc 9-29 own featuring over 135 Nation-
SR furnished taller, cen- ally known Brands, with Great
tr l h & a, washer, dryer, savings to your customers.
trial h$14& a washer dryer, 50000incudes Beginning
carpet. Overstreet, 648-7581. I4,5000inludes Begin ning
tfe 10-13 Inventory, :Training & Fix-
c tures. Have your store open
So t and established before..Christ-
Ote or two bedroom J ptjaer sgs C4 'b 0ki ,(501)
arenh o ana6- l S6 5 tf e 91 5-9661. 2tp 11-3
Beach. 648-5650. tfc 5-12


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

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

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

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







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

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

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

2 BR apt., furnished, 8th St.
Nice neighborhood, hot water


ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-803
Machinist on duty all day
every day

Carpentry Work
Saw Filing
Hand saws, table saws and'
skill saws. Call Bert Hall,
listed as White City Fire Dept.
229-6210.
Stfc 11-t0

Carpentry Work Dbne
Reasonable Rates0
Jimmy Johnson"
Phone 227-7657 ..
tfc 5-9

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


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


BILL'S CAR CRUSHER
will buy your old car.
Phone 227-4917
forinformation.
24 hor
Also
Offering"
S TOWINO
52tp 7-14 *"""


Hill. Call 229-6961. ,tfc 11-10 and garbage disposal furnish-
ed. Private entrance. Phone Wouldn't You Really
648-5153. tfc10-13 Rather Have Cable TV?

Auo oblsFurnished 2 BR apartment
r at beach, central heat & air,
panelled walls, carpet, 1 blk.
1971 Ford station wagon, to beach. Adults. No pets. 648- For Cable TV
runs good, excellent family 4208 or 648-4201. tfc 10-13
car, must see to appreciate. nsaatn n rt t. Joe
Asking $595. Contact Karl Apartment for rent at St. Phone 229-7232
Bowen. between 8:30 a.m,..- ..Joe Beach. Call 229-3107 after. Orisit the Tele e
5:30p.m., 227-2261. tfc 10-27 5p.m. tfc9-15 Business Office ...


There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. $Je
Lodge No. 111, F. & A.34,
THE AMERICAN DREAM every first and third Thurs
(Open within 3 Weeks) at 8:00 p.m. ,
Own your own fully stocked C. CHANDLER, W.M
Jean or Ladies Fashion Shop. F. E. Brogdon, Sec.
Everything'provided. Your
cost $17,900.00. Call Collect R.A.M.-Regular convoy
904-764-7612, ext. 201. tion of St. Joseph Chapter .
tp 11-10 56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mo-
1 days, 8 p.m. All visiting ct
'SH Send The Stal- ; L ; i'mnio wetlbib "
As Christmas Gilts J. L. SIMS, H.P.
E. William McFarland, S2.


SERVICE


WHITFIELD'S
POWER CLEANING
& PAINTING .
SCarpentry & Plumbing
Repairs .
Houses or Any Buildings
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


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 2294447
tfc 9-lF
Private instructions .ti
clarinet, sax and other woo0-
winds. Hour or /-hour lessos
available. Contact 229-6676 fob
further information. DonAl
Durham. tfc 9W-


GLEN'S CABINET SHO .-
Kitchen Cabinets-
Vanities Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Top2
White City, Hwy. 71 :;
Glen Combs
Shop 229-6017 or
229-6530
tfe 9
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Going Fishing? kills bugs for
Stop here first P to six months
for a complete and sov au ooboufr 100
line of in costly pest control services. ;
Use of Sprayer free withi
Fishing Tackle purchawsof RiA-Bug
SHURLBUT SuUPPLY O
.._.rJ.bt.Stpply 806o Reid Avenue
306 Reid Ave. Por


time checks are issued and
social security offices are es-
pecially busy and a person
may have trouble getting a
call through.
-Unless a person's business
is urgent, Robinson suggested
that he or she wait untll after
the middle of the month to
call. The later in the month the
call is made, the better the
chance of making an immedi-
ate connection.


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Business


FIRST BAPTIST


CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth

Sunday School ....:................'. 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship Service ............?100,A.M.
Church Training .................... 6:30 P.M. :
Evening Worship Services ............ 7:30 P.M.
Prayer Meeting (Wed.) ............... 7:00 P.M.

"Come and Worship God with Us"



You Are Cordially Invited to Attend.

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


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

Rev. J. C. ODUM, Jerome Cartier,
Pastor Minister of Music








PAGE EIGHT THE STAR. Port St, Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1977


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Gulf CountySchools


Lunchroom Menus
Gulf County.wSols Wednesday, Nov. 16
.:- Lunchroom Menus Hot dog with bun, buttered
Monday, Novj 14. corn, cole slaw, fruit pie, milk.
..Hamburger with bun, let- Thursday, Nov. 17
tce;, ttomato, pickle, French Barbecued beef on rice,
fries, cookie, milk. o range juice, .butter beans,
Tuesday, Nov. ;IS 1 rolls, milk.
S :Fried chicken, mashed pot- Friday, Nov. 18
toes with gravy, green vege- Turkey with dressing, cran-
tables, sliced bread, fruit, berry sauce, green beans,
jinilk. : ..dinner rolls; cake, milk.


^ Public Notices
TOwiOM ITMAYCONCERN NOTICE
pursuant to Public Law 92-500. Section NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
ib4 (a) (1). Federal Watel Pollution Boad of County Comnissioners of Gulf
C ntrol Act (1972 Amendmentsl, tis' .countyFlIorida, at their regular meet-
9gency has received an application Mr .t., of-Tuesday, ecemer 1977, at
certification that the folowin proe .9:00 A.M, E.S.T., in the County Com.
Ictl(s) will comply wlth e appllcai miss n, ers Room in Gulf County Court-
waler quality standards' dlthe State of h house ort St. Joe, Florida, will consi.
Florida as prescribed .. Chapt 17,. der the advisability of closing, vacating
FJ2rlIda A ministrattve Cod. *... ~ aandoning any interest the County
File. 232S3942 might have "1; and to, the following
Name: Melvin NacbtshlG M : ,n described road: '
SHarris Guy GibsOn That certain dirt road running from
"To excavate 1,010 cubic yards of Highway 386 West to Wetappo Creek
material from an area to construct a in the vicinity of the old Boy Scout
Sboat slip 100' long by 30' wide, the spoi to camping area known as Camp Mil-
be placed at'the southwest c6rrn r the ergren with the road being known .
property, and to construct a wOod' dock as the Camp Millergren Road.
within the slip 85Ilong by. 10'wddq; to be The Commissioners will welcome
located in Secllin 5. Township South. comments from any interested parties
Range 11 West, Intracoastal Waterway regarding the proposed abandonment.
south of Overstreet." BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SAll interested persons are hereby In. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
formed that this agency is considering By: s- James Gortman, Chairman
S the issuance :of a' certification to the Attest: s- George Y. Core, Clerk.
applicant. lt 11-10
Inerested persons are hereby notified -
S that objections may be fled within.20 NOTICE
days from date of this publication. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
ObIections must'be submitted In writing Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
to the below address and must be sup County, Florida, at their regular meet.
ported by evidence which would indl-. ing on Tuesday, December 13, 1977, at
', cate that the':subjectproject(s) woOld' 9:00 A.M:, E.S.T, in the County Com-
have an adverse effect on:water 4ual)ty: missloters Room in Gulf County Court-
standards of the above described house, Port St. Joe, Florida, will
waters. consider the advisability of closing,
Details of the locations and plans for the vacating and abandoning any interest
above projects) and other relevant the County might have in and to the
Information may be examined ot this' following described road.
S office between :00 a.in. and't00 p.t., That part Ot Jackson Street lying
Monday through Friday South ola Street ano lying West of
Monday through Friday Block 7 and East of Block 11, in Oak
S tate of Florida rove Subdivision, Gulf County,
Department of Environmental Regula. Florida. Subject, however, to the re-
tioni servation of a utilities easement on,
Division Environmental Permitting over or under said property, which is
3101 West Highway 96 hereby specifically reserved to'Gulf
Panama City, Florida 32401,,, Coun'ty. Florida.
STelephone: 769-3576 lt'il.3 The'Commissioners will welcome
comments from any interested parties
ADVERTISEMENT FPOR IDS regarding the proposed abandonment.
'Project NO. 04.51-210B1 BOARDOf COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Board of County Commissioners of Gul GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
County, Florida C
S-.ount Florida By: -s James Gortman, Chairman
: Separate sealed bids for renovation of Attest: -s. George Y. Core, Clerk
first floor old previous Courthouse, t 11-10
S Wewahltchlka, Fl. and reroofing and
repairs of Gulf County Health Clinics at PROPO -D NTRACT
.Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka, Florida, OOSED CONTRACT
;Gulf County, will be received by the NO. AP-CXties-3
SB;oard of County Commissioners of Gulf INVITATION FOR BIDS
S County, Florida at the office of Clerk of IN I I
-,Circuit Court, Gulf County Courth6use, PUBLIC NOTICE
Sport St. Joe, Florida, until 7:00 'clock IS HEREBY GIVEN
'P M E.S.T., NOv. .22, 1977, and then at'
said office publicly opened and read pursuant to the provisions of
:aloud. Section 10 of the Clayton Anti-
S The Inormation for BiddersPForm di trust Act that Apalachicola
i.:d, Form of Contract, Plans, Specifica,
tions, and Forms of aid Bond, Perform. Northern Railroad Company
arace and Payment aoid, and o.er con. requests Bids On proposed
' .tract documentsmaybeexamined'at't Contract No. AP-CXties-3,
fo llo w in g : .NA
S office of the Architect; Charles A. providing for the purchase of
.Gaskln, State Road 22, Wewahitchka, .20,Q00 concrete crossties. Bids
:Florida, and office of the Clerk of .Crcult 2 i
,,Court, Port St. Joe, Florida in the form prescribed should
Copies may be obtaihd at the voice of be submitted to:
: Charles A. Gaskin, AIA, Architect, 'B R. Gibson, Jr., Vice
located at State Road 22, Wewahitchkd,
=FJorida, upon payment of. O.OOO for each President
sjt: (One set). Apalachicola Northern Rail-
Any unsuccessful bidder, upon return- rad Company
'ing- such set promptly and In goo road Company
condition will be refunded his paymnt Post Office Box 250
aid any nori-bidder: upon so returning' Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
such a set will be 'refunded $25.00. % .. e
Any additional set; returned ln good no later than 12:00 noon local
condition, will be'refunded.t5.00. '. time on December 9, 1977, at
the owinler esrves the righttowaive which office and immediately
S any informalitles or to reject any or ail
bids. thereafter the Bids submitted
Each bidder must deposit'with his bid; wili be received and opened by
security in the amount, form a'M subject r
to the conditions provided in the Infor. he above officer. Apalachi-
mation for Bidders. cola Northern Railroad Com-
SAttention of bidders is particularly re r th r t
called to the requirements as to cond. pany reserves the right to
tios of employmentto be bervd and.. reject any or all Bids and to
minihemum wag rates to be pid undr accept any part of any Bid.
No bidder may withdraw hli bid Ithin Specifications, Form of Bid
30 hays after the actual date of: the 'and' other details of the pro-
dienihg thereof.
Charles A.'Gpikni- 'posted Contract No. AP-CX
Charles A.'Gaskin '. .. .
31i77 k. i. ties-3 mai y be obtained from
the above address.
LN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR.
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE APALACHICOLA NORTH-
STATE OF FLORIDA, 'IN AN F.OR ERN RAILROAD COMPANY
GULF COUNTY,. .. 2t 11-10
r..e N. 7- "1, t 11


Ca. No. SN -10.
IN RE: The Marriage of
NANCY E. BAKER, Wife, Respondent,
And "
RICHARD F. BAKER, Husband, Pelt,
tioner.
NOTICEOF SUIT
TO: Nancy E. Baker
Sc.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
Pettitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.,
P. O. Box 24
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
ard file the original thereof in the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before
the 18th day of November, 1977. It you
fall to do so, a Final Judgment for the
relief sought may be granted by Default.
S-DATED this the 17th day of OctGbe,
1977.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Pam Money,
Deputy Clerk


It took the Sharks a quarter
and a half of football Friday.
night to defeat the Apalachi-
cola Sharks in their first
meeting in 11 years. The
Sharks didn't score a first
down until nearly halfway
through the third period and
seemed headed to a defeat at
the hands of their Franklin
County neighbors.
The Sharks seemed to be


just going through the motions
in the first half, as the
Apalachicola 11 put a touch-
down on the scoreboard early
in the first period. Not only did
the Apalachicola Sharks show
they could score on their Port
St. Joe cousins, they did it
twice. On the fifth play in the
second period, Ernest Frveir
threaded his' way to the goal
line on a 27 yard run, but it


Duane McFarland catches a Rick Taylor pass on his
finger-tips for an eight yardgain Friday night. -Star photo


was called back by a clipping
penalty against Apalachicola.
On the next play, this time
from 25 yards out, Van John-
son shrugged off the Shark
defenders and ran 25 yards to
score. The extra point attempt
met with failure, but it looked
as if the oyster city crew was
going to ppt one on the Sharks.
After the half-time rest, the
Sharks came out and received
the kick. Duane McFarland
rambled back to the 35 yard
line, but a holding penalty put,
the Sharks back on their own
20. Three downs later and they
were forced to punt.
The Sharks held the Apalach
team to four downs and they
punted to the Port St. Joe 25. A
penalty against Apalachicola
made them do it over again.
This time, the Sharks got
better field position on their
own 39.
Then they went to work and
won the football game.
A pass from Taylor to
McFarland, an eight yard run
by Dusty May and nine and 15
yard rambles by Keith Neel
and the Sharks were on the 17
yard line-o-f their foe. May
ripped off a seven yard gainer
on first down and Keith Neel,
ripped around end on the very
next play to put the Sharks
even in the scoring depart-
ment. Rick Taylor kicked the
extra point and Port St. Joe
had all it needed.
But that wasn't all.
After three downs, tihe Apa-
lachicola team had to punt
again. McFarland fielded the
punt back on his own 30 and
picked up a wall' of blockers,
running all the way back to the
Apalach 37.
SNeel then came through the
middle for nine, Taylor was
sacked for a three yard loss


Keith Neel was not easy for tacklers to Apalachicola tacklers pool their efforts to
bring down in Friday night's game with the stop the hard-running speedster. -Star photo
Apalachicola Sharks. In the photo above, four .


Gators Romp 32-7


Over Vernon Fri.


Wewahitch's, Clyde Gray
ran for three touchdowns and
rushed for 190 yards Thursday
night to lead the Gators to a
32-7 win over Vernon.
Gray ran 28 yards for a first
quarter score, then struck just
61 seconds later from 63 yards
out after one of seven Wewa
interceptions.
Gray scored his third TD
with three seconds left in the
half, on a two-yard.run. Tim
Pippin ran for the two-point
THE YARDSTICK


First downs
Rushing yards
Passing yards
Return yards
Passes
Punts average
Fumbles lost
Penalties yards


WeWa Vernon
13 7
319 30
79 94
161 153
9-5-1 19-6-7
2-30.5 4-34
4-2 1-0
150 50


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TOmmy Thomas Tommy Thomas
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conversion after the second
score to give Wewa a 20-0
halftime lead.
Vernon's only score came on
a seven yard run in the fourth
quarter.
Alan, Nelson, Phillip Hall,
Iuke Vann and Gray shone on
defense for the Gators.
Nate Dozier added 84 rush-
ing yards for Wewa.


and Neel gave the Sharks a
first down on the 22 with a 10
yard gainer. Then Neel
brought the fans to their feet
with probably the best run
local fans have seen this year
when he skirted the far side of
the field, spinning out of three
tackles and crossing the goal
line to score. Taylor's kick for
the extra point was good but
was nullified by a penalty. A
try. for two points failed,
leaving the Sharks in the lead,
13-6 with 11:25 left in the.
game.
The Shark defense really
came alive then and the
Apalachicola team couldn't
move. About mid-way in the
last period, the defense'jarred .
Ernest Fryer loose from the
ball and Carlton Wilkerson
covered it for Port St. Joe on
the Apalach 46 yard line.
Four plays later, Neel ran
from the Apalach 27 to score,
but Mike Cassani was over-
eager and clipped an oyster-
man. The Sharks had the ball
on the 23 after the penalty was
marked off.
Taylor passed to McFarland
for eight yards, May came up
the middle for 12 and, with 45
seconds left in the game, Neel
took his third touchdown for
the night over from three
yards out. Taylor kicked the
extra point and the Sharks
went home with a satisfying
20-6 win.

THE YARDSTICK
Apal. PSJ
First Downs 10 7
Rushes yards 164 166 .
Passing yards 40 24
Return yards 25 112
Passes 5-2-0 7-3-0
Punts- average 3-28 4-30
Fumbles lost 1-1 1-0
Penalties yards 4-30 5-45


Gulf Co,


Gridders

Lauded
Wewahitchka's Clyde Gray
.was this week's Tallahassee
Democrat's Back of the Week,
earning the .honor by scoring
three touchdowns and rushing
for 190 yards against Vernon.
Gray scored on touchdown
runs of 63, 28 and two yards,
while also turning in a good
defensive game.
Receiving honorable men-
tion as one of three of the Big
Bend's "steady backs" was
Port St. Joe's Keith Neel, who
scored three touchdowns in
the Sharks win over Apalachi-
cola last Friday night.
Also receiving mention on
defense for the'week were the
Sharks' Barry Nobles and
Wade Stoutamire.


HIGHLAND VIEW!


BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.


SUNDAYSCHOOL .................... 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.'

Nursery Provided Rev. William N. Stephens,
Pastor


The offense was sparked by
Neel, who carried the ball 15
times for 115 yards, Dusty
May and Duane McFarland
Barry Nobles and Wade
Stoutamire were outstanding
defensive players with eight
individual tackles and three
assists to their credit.


Tomorrow night, the Sharks
will close out their season here
at. home when they meet the
number one 2A team in the
state, Blountstown. The Ti!
gers are also last year's
defending state champions,
Game time is 8:00 p.m., in
Shark stadium.


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Swift Butterball 79 c
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12 Lbs. and Up
Turkeys LB 69


Quartered Fryer c
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LB.45C
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PAPER TOWELS
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Trailblazer N 64
DOG RATION 50 Lb. Bag6


Meadow Gold
ICE CREAM -Gal. 4


7 Oz. Head & Shoulders
Shampoo eg. ." $139


8 Oz. Wella Balsam Reg. or Extra Body
Sham poo Reg. $1.441


1 Lb. Box
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59C


5 Oz. Fine Fare
Waffles o/100
12 Oz. Hearthstone Frozen $ 09
Dumplings
10 Oz. Birdseye PC
SBaby Limas 55
12 Oz. Fine Fare Frozen 40
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3 Lb. Bag Yellow
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Fresh Cabbage
Fresh Crisp -
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Whole Fresh
PINEAPPLE
Cello Bags
CARROTS


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590
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Fresh Pole
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Fresh
Cranberries
Fresh- Juicy
Bartlett Pear
Lg. Red or Golden Delic
Fresh Apples
Crisp Green
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of the

Gulf County Conmmission


_


Stone State Park. There was a against closing this road, the
motion by Comm. Gortman, following resolution was unan-


Anne Hamon Finds A Way to be of Service


The Board of County Com- seconded by Comm. Kennedy, imously adopted. Resolution
inissioners of Gulf County, to advertise for a public 77-18 closed, vacated ?nd
met on September 27, in hearing to adopt an ordinance abandoned the property after
regular session with the fol- closing the area of the Gu he regular meeting of the
lowing members esent. Beach between the south Boad of County Commis-
elowg embers present-. boundarylineofSunland State sioners on September 27.
Eerett Owens, JrChr- Park and the south boundary Pursuant to advertisement
man; Jimmy Gortman, Leo of the T. H. Stone State Park. to purchase a copying
Kennedy and William R. Comm. Branch requested the machine, the following bid
Branch, Others present were: Board to consider including was received: Lanier Bus-
SWilliam J.Rish, Attorney; K. the beach in the area of iness Products offered one
E. Murphy, Sheriff; George Y, Janowki's Ski Breeze Camp- reconditioned 3M Copier at
SCore, Clerk; Jerry Gates, grounds. Vote: Aye-Gort- $795.00. Upon motion by Comn-
Finance Officer; Tommy Pits, man, Kennedy and Owens; missioner Gortman, seconded
Mosquito Control Supervisor; Nay, Branch. by Commissioner Kennedy.
d Whitfield RoadSuer Allen McCulley urged the and unanimous vote, the
LloydWhitfield, Road Super- Board to pave Monica Drive in Board agreed to purchase this
intendent, Robert Lester, Ward's Ridge. He said there machine.
Supervisor of Road Depart- are fifteen homes on this The following easements
ment Personnel, and Albert, street. The Chairman said this were; received and accepted
Thames, Civil Defense Ser- street is in the five year for the Butler Bay Drainage
, vice Officer. paving plan. Mr. McCulley Ditch: 1. Annie Laura Lane
S: The meeting came to order then discussed the need for a (O.R. 71, Page 1091)
:at 7:00 p.m. The Attorney speed zone on Garrison Ave- 2. Charley Gaskin (O.R. 71,
opened the'meeting with pray- nue within the City limits of Page 1109) and 3. M-K
aoowed the pedgt rd's Ridge. The Chairman Ranches (O.R. 71, Page 1110).
er, followed by the pledge to said that the Department of Th6 Board was advised by
the flag. Transportation' has made a the Department of Trans-
The minutes of September 7 survey of the traffic in this portation that no secondary
and 13, were read, approved area and advised the Board projects will be commenced
and adopted, that four-way stop signs are by said department after
Citizens from Overstreet ap- not required, nor does the January 1, 1978, which means
peared before the Board to traffic warrant a speed zone. that the Industrial Road Pro-
discuss several matters. Mr. McGulley suggested the ject' annot be let within that
Howell C. Surber requested a school zone be enlarged to time "because no funds are
"no-wake" ordinance be take in this area. available.
Frank Hannon, Hannon In- Upon motion by Commis-
adopted for the Intracoastal surance Agency, discussed the sionei Kennedy, seconded by
Waterway at Overstreet. He County's worker's compen- Commissioner Gortman, and
said the fast water traffic is station premium, which will be unanimously carried, the
causing damage to small $90.918.00 for the next insur- Boar aaccepted the $86,000.00
boats tied .up in this area. ance year beginning No- grant from EDA for renova-
Upon motion by Comm. vember 13, 1977. He told the tion of old courthouse and
Branch, seconded by Comm. Board that this premium is reroofing the two Health
Kennedy, and unanimously very high for this insurance, Clinics.
carried, the Attorney was but that we must remember Upon motion by Conimis-
dcried, tohe Attorney was that all medical expenses for a sioner Branch, seconded by
directed to advertise for patient have greatly in- Commissioner Kennedy, and
public hearing for the adop- creased; the benefits paid to unanimously carried, the
tion of an ordinance. Mrs. an employee have increased; following resolution was
Richard Carr told the Board the present law lends itself to adopted, Resolution 77-19
that the streets in Overstreet litigation; that the costs of the strongly opposes the Uni-
need maintenance immedi- litigation are paid by pre- versal Voter Registration Act
ately: that the Board pro- mium dollars; that the County of 1977 (HB-5400) now being
mised these streets would be has more employees, plus proposed. A copy of this
fixed last week, but nothing some very good pay increases resolution was mailed to
has been done. The Road for the employees over the Senators Lawton Chiles and
Superitendent said these past two years. He said the Richard Stone and Repre-
pe tendon newspaper article that re- sentative.Bob Sikes.
streets are on his regular ported this increase did not The County Health Depart-
maintenance schedule and represent the reasons for the ment having been requested
would have been fixed last increase. He said that Gulf by the Board to investigate
week, but that he was order- County has a very bad deficit health conditions at the home
ed to move his eqqti t -to1 ins nce aing. ... f. f Jo.hp Saylors in Meeks
the Bak City Road to' 160 aij Pa or.t J. B 'Subdivisai'aidat' .a the hog pen
of an emergency. 'Coimm. god credit rainin: ',akiTg' owned'~y Vernel Armstrong
Branch said that he was dis- their premiums low and at- at Smith's Branch, informed
Pleased because the Road De- tractive. the Commission by letter that
partmient was ordered to Financial Officer Jerry recommendations have.been
move :the equipment before Gates reported that from a made to correct this two
the Overstreet streets were County standpoint the in- conditions.
graded and worked out. Mrs. creased costs were due to two The Board instructed the
Parion Mims. school bus dri- basic reasons, in addition to Clerk to mail a bill to the City
ver, told the Board that she the high costs for medical of Pdrt St. Joe and Wewa-
needed a turnaround on one of care. hitchka for the amount due
the Overstreet streets and told of a culvert that is need of perience rate of the county. Budget.
repair. Richard Herring asked (2) The huge increase in the Commissioner Branch pre-
why it took so long to smooth payroll, some of which is sented a sketch of the streets
out the streets after pulling attributable to Ceta workers in Overstreet, showing pro-
the ditches, He said it takes and would be reimbursed posed names for the said-
six months for this process. The' Chairman stated that streets and moved that a
Mrs. Dessie Lee Parker, the insurance company had resolution be adopted naming
Supervisor: of Elections, in- agreed to conduct safety pro- said streets as per the sketch,
formed the Board that the grams with the county em- seconded by Commissioner
people at Howard Creek have ployees and to his knowledge Gortman,. and unanimously
requested that she establish a had not done this. He stated carried.
voting precinct in their com- that he did not see the justifi- Commissioner Branch in-
munity. She said there being cation of that large an in- formed the Board that. an
no voting machine, paper bal- crease. The Attorney was agreement should be reached
lots would be used until a instructed to continue with the Departrent of Comn-
machine can be purchased. checking on self-insurance munity Affairs as to the space
After discussion, the Chair- programs and to report his they require for their welfare
man requested Mrs, Parker to findings back to the Board, office and the amount of rent
make up a proposal for sep- Mr. Ralph Edenfield and to be paid for space in the old
rating Howard Creek from Jerry R. Brooks of the State courthouse after it is reno-
precinct no. 3, sharing the pro- Division of Forestry appeared vated.,;Mr, Brritch then-asked
posed boundary lines, and the before the Board and dis- what the policy was as to
Board will take action on her cussed their program in Gulf establishing priority for
proposal. Mrs. Mildred (J.M.) County. They filed their count, road projects and if the
Marbiry, a resident of 1976-77 fiscal year report. Road'Superintendent has this
Howard Creek, told the Board Michael Roche presented responsibility. A discussion
that a better participation in his preliminary plat of Ro- was had' on this matter, but
elections will result from hay- chelle Estates. The Board with no clear answer. He
ing their own precinct. examined this plat and found stated that he was very dis-
Mrs. Lin a Boggs of Keevco the following items were not pleased in the delay in main-
Advertising asked the Board if included: 1. Topography training the Overstreet streets
it had determined whether or showing contour lines. 2. Pro- and because he was not noti-
not the County would buy an file of streets. 3. Sketch of fied of the delay;
advertisement in the Gulf- utility layout. There was a Commissioner Gortman in-
Franklin County Promotional motion by Commisssioner formed the Board that it
Book. Kennedy, seconded by Com- should consider removing the
George G. Tapper appeared missioner Branch. to accept lights 'from the. Dead Lakes
before the Board and present- and approve this preliminary Dam Bridge during hunting
ed a money order in the plat andthat thoseitems listed season because they have
amount of $17.00 from 'Judge above be waived because this
David L. Tauntori, payable to plat is an addition to an
George G. Tapper, represent- existing subdivision and be-
ing mileage and witness fee cause of the flat terrain.
for attending Court in Talla- Motion unanimously passed.
hassee. He asked the County John Dill asked the status of A
to accept this $17.00 as part the paving of his road. He said
payment on the expenses the that he was promised it would H & R Block is looking fo
County has born in Judge have third priority after the capable of operating a volt
Taunton's investigation. Mr. two cemetery roads, which knowledge, while helpful, i:
Tapper then told the Board have been paved. There was a franchise is compatible with
that he had heretofore re- motion by Commissioner businesses. We furnish:
quested that an area of the Gortman. seconded by TRAIN[ING
Gulf Beach from the T. H. Commissioner Branch, and
Stone State Park to Sunland unanimously carried, that the ADVER
State Park be closed to traf- County Road Department
fic and that the Board agreed work this road up to grade and 3'R aII
to pass a resolution to accom- do the culvert work from ,
plish this, but at the same Cypress Lodge to the Hanlon America's Lear
meeting, members of the property and make every
Board said that other areas of attempt to secure the neces- U TO: EDiEClt ? it,,,2
the Beach ought to be consi- sary easements for the bal- l
dered at the same time. He ance of the road. g Please send me your brochure
said that the Board has just Pursuant to Notice of chlse Program;I understand the
adopted an ordinance closing Public Hearing to consider Name
the Beach from the Gulf closing a road in the Highland Addrese
County line to Palm Point, but View area, the meeting was
did not include the beach opened as a Public Hearing. city/state/Zip ode
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EMT course, Anne donated
many hours as a volunteer aid
at Municipal Hospital along
:with the time she devoted to
the ambulance squad. That
not being sufficient to fulfill
her desire to be able to do and
learn more. Anne recently
began her freshman year in


By: Jim Gregg
Anne Hamon of St. Joe
Beach is another of our mdi-
bers who has been with the
ambulance squad 3 years.
Since joining, Anne has fond -
a real desire to get deeply.
involved in the medical pro-
fession. After completing.;, er

always been shot out dul
this time each year. He Jn
recommended that the
drivers for the two new dieel
trucks be given an increase in
pay to keep them on the trucks
at all times even durinfga
period of temporary set p
that they may be entitled I tA
discussion was then had n
CETA employees as to tHI r
certi:.ation.
Commissioner Gortman told
the Board that he has made a
study of the costs to operate
the County pipe shop and fiTds
that the County can purchase
concrete pipe cheaper than it
can be produced by the
County: He then moved .to
cease operating the pipe shop,
seconded by Commission'er.
Branch. Gortman and Branch
voted yes: Kennedy and
Owens voted no. This motion
failed.
The County Road Depart-
ment notified the County that
Felton Lewis was terminated
on September 15, 1977 :,and
notified that Michael Speights
and Ronnie Boone were term-
ihated on September 19, 1977,
and that maintenance cost for
secondary roads for'the month
of August was $10,120.45.
'The Board directed the
Chairman and Clerk to-exe-
cute an agreement between
the County and the Gulf
County Guidance Clinic for
services to be performed 'by
the Clinic and fees 'due from
the County in the amount of
$1.500.00.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Branch, seconded by.
Commissioner Kennedy; and
unanimously carried, that the
County agreed to pay the
Highland ViewWater District
$63.15 for repairing water
lines damaged by the County.
Road Equipment.
Sikes Concrete Pipe Com-
pany filed its notice that the
Oak Grove Water and Sewer
Project contractor has not
paid for materials furnished.
E. F. Gunn, County In-
spector, filed his daily inspec-
tion reports as follows: Li-
brary No. 118,through 126 and
Oak Grove Project No. 71
through 81.
-. Th following ap ications
fo6r employment -ere re-
ceived: Beth McLeod, Marsha
Loo Young, Edith Mariea
Williams and Venessa.,Davis.
Commissioner Kennedy dis-
cussed possible federal
funding for water and sewer
for Highland View. He said we'
should do something on this.
Commissioner Branch
moved that an employee with
the Mosquito Control and
Road Department be allowed
to build up one half day in
overtime before taking time
off for his overtime, seconded
by Commissioner Gortman.
Commissioner Kennedy
amended the motion to allow
the employee take off at his
convenience, providing -e
gives the Supervisor 48 hours
notice. Amendment and
motion was unanimous.
The Chairman called for a
pre-final inspection of the
Library building (or
Thursday, September 29,1977,
at 3:00 p.m., following,.a
meeting with the E.D.A.jat
2:00 p.m., at the City Fire
Station. '
Upon ihotion by Commis-
sioner Kennedy. seconded by
Commissioner Gortman. and
unanimous vote the Board
approved the following distri-
butions in the St. Joe Fire
Control District Fund ap d
Tupelo Fire Control District
Fund.
* St. Joe Fire Department-
City of Port St. Joe- $2,000.00.
Highland View Fire De-
partment- $1,000.00.
White City Fire Depart-
ment- $1,000.00.
Tupelo Fire Control-City:of
Wewa- $300.00.
There being no further bus-
iness the meeting adjourned.


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'THE STILPOOt St." Joe, .Fla. 17WO~DAY, NON. 10. 1977


Anne lamon
Gulf Coast Community
College's nursing program,
where upon completion in May
of 1979 she will be entitled to
take the state exam to become
a licensed Registered Nurse.
As a full time student, Anne
still has found time to give to
the citizens of Gulf County
when in need of emergency
care;
Anne, keep up the good
work, we appreciate you, and
your husband, Jewell, for
being so considerate.


Thanks
We would like to express our
sincere appreciation to all the
merchants, room mothers,
teachers, and especially the
'Moms and Dads that worked
Qso hard to make our fish fry
and Halloween Carnival the
huge success it was. I cannot
Begin to tell you how much
your time and donations
meant to our school, Highland
View.
Special thanks to the ones
that donated the oysters,
cakes, pies, canned goods, and
:the ponies so that the children
could enjoy the rides.
Our next Halloweer
Carnival will be bigger and
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St. Joe hay 'a heart of gold -3
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