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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 17, 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 )
 Notes
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 12'



SJPC, Union



Agree, toLast



Minut Pact
"A strike at' St. Joe Paper come to a meeting of the
.Company was narrowly minds.
averted at tle last minute The company is still in the,
Thursday evening of last process of negotiating with the
week, as, Pappermaker and machinists union for a new
Electrical unions; agreed to contract.
the latestd otifeinade 6y' the .
company Wednesday aftei- Fire Causes
noon. -
A last negotiating session Damage to
before a 10-day strike notice
went into effect, was held on Home, Auto
Wednesday morning, with
talking back and forth be- Two fires during the past
tween the unions and company' week damaged a home and an
continuing on into,.the early automobile, according to Fire
night Wednesdayiafter the Chief Bascom Hamm..
formal session had ended at Thursday evening at 6:45,
noon Wednesday. the Fire Department was
Thursday afternoon, the un- called to put out a fire in an
ion members- bdgan to cast automobile, owned by Tinimy
their vote on the new contract Stewart of 524's. Fourth Street.
version and voted a large Stewart's car was parked on
majority t9 accept the latest the St. Joseph Telephone and
company offer, calling off the Telegraph Company parking
strike. lot at the time. The blaze did
By this time, the paper extensive damage to the auto
company was in the process of under the hood.
shutting down its mill here, Sunday afternoon, a leaking
anticipating the strike becom- fireplace chimney in the home
ing a possible reality at the of Willie B. McLeod, on Liber-
deadline which had been set ty Street, called the Depart-
for 7:00 a.m:, Friday. meant into action again.
Iri the last minute bargain- Damage to the home was
ing sessions, the unions sof- limited to-some scorching
tened their demands some apd. around .the mantle of the
the company 'offered .an in- firelace and smoke damage
-. ieds Iri tHfif l 8t., offdf t i (fi r tHil.


Univ. of Florida


Says City Has


Fewer People


The University of Florida
has done it again. They have
looked in their crystal ball-
down in Gainesville-and said
Port St. Joe has again lost
population over a 12 month
period. According to the U. of
F. crystal ball, Port St. Joe'
has 20 less people this year
than were living here at this
time last year. They give the
City a total population of 4,246.
At the last federal census,
Port St. Joe had 4,401 resi-
dents coupted by the innumer-
ators.
The City Commission is
disturbed over this count for
4,1 very valid reasons. Govern-
ment revenue sharing funds
are based on population.
City Clerk Mike Wright
,-, advised the Commission Tues-
day night that the University
of Florida population estimate
could cost the City approxi-
mately $4,500 between now;
rand the time th,' federal'
government holds its riext'
census count to accurately
Pinpoint the number of people
who live here.
Wright said the Commission
has an avenue of objection but
it would entail hiring the
government to come in and
make "a census, an activity
which would cost more than,
the City will lose in revenue
accepting the University es-
timate.-
S According to a cover letter
with the report, the University
uses the number of new homes
'built and electric meters in-
stalled as a measuring stick to
come up with their estimated


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1E STA
Industry Deep Water Port'- Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORTST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1977


15' Per Copy


Cit Considers




Engineer for




Study of Plant


To Check WWP Efficiency


Mr. Pelican Comes


to Window Shop


You can tell it's getting close to
Christmas in Port St. Joe when even the
pelicans come to town to do their window
shopping.
Friday morning, this pelican was
found wandering downtown in Port St. Joe,:
looking in the windows and walking into.
tHe sti'eet.
-- -'--"tlq-it iephctlrit.'ttrget court to6 he
street which .prompted Assistant Police
Chief Roy .Robinson, Street Superinten-
dent Dorlon Haddon, Cliff Shearer and
Jerry Gainous to try and get the bird back


to the water where he belonged.
Robinson walled for a while down the
street toward the Bay with the pelican
following, just like they were out for a
stroll. Then Haddon got into the act to try
and' entice the bird to the water.
Finally, Gainous, left-in the picture
abiiiiie i e &if~r carried him back to the
-'' water. "
In the photo below, .Mr. Pelican
waddles back toward the Aater where he
belongs.
-Star photos


figure.


With the exception of the
late '30's or;,that period just
after the big iar, Port St. Joe
has experienced probably its
largest home building boom
during this decade.
Economics will force the
City Commission to accept the
estimate and just grin and
bear it until census time.
The Commission does not
agree with the estimate that
the City is losing population.

New Pastor

for W.C.

Baptists
Rev. J. B. Ansley has ac-
cepted the call of White City
Baptist Church to serve as
their pastor. Rev. Ansley is
well known in the Northwest
Florida area, having served in
several churches during his 32
year ministry.
Rev. Ansley and his wife :
reside in Springfield, and will
be commuting to White City
each week. Plans are being
made for many new areas of
work under the leadership of
the new pastor.


Big Check Arrives


Last week's. paper- had no
more than hit the street
announcing that the City of
Pnrt St .InJ had hpn annrnv-


The church will honor the ed to receive a federal grant of
Ansleys on Sunday, November $3.64 million dollars for its
20 with a reception in the home Wastewater Treatment Plant
of Mr. and Mrs. Murdic Har- before the check was received
cus at 2:30 p.m. Everyone is in the mail. ,
invited to drop by and wel-:, It was anticipated that the
come the Ansleys in their new money would not be in the
ministry. hands of the City before,


possibly next week, but there
it was. in Thursday's mail
The Commission met Thurs-
day afternoon in special ses-
sion to decide what to do with
the check .on a short term
basis, before the money is put
to use.
The check was put out in
interest bearing notes at a
rate of 7.4 percent interest.


Friday was a banking holi-
day and it was Monday of this
week before the money could
be put to work, earning its
interest. The holiday and week
end cost the City nearly $5,000
in interest it would have
earned had the money been
put to work immediately.
A decision will be made
later on where to put' the
grant.


The City Commission'came
within a hair of hiring Russell
and Axon Engineers, of Talla-
hassee Tuesday to perform a
201 Study required by the
Federal Government for the
Wastewater Treatment plant
as a requisite for receiving
$3.64 million dollars in grants
for constructing the waste
disposal system.
The government wants to
know if the system is doing
what it was supposed to do and
if any improvements can be
made. Also, they wish to know
the capability of the plant to
receive sewage and wastes
from other settled sections of
the south end of Gulf County
for treatment.
Russell and Axon was se-
lected from a field of about 20
firms by the Commission to
perform the study if it is
made.
Tuesday night, David.Scott,
a representative of the firm
was at the meeting of the
Commission to get a signed
contract.
the City'd attorney, illiam
J. Rish wanted a little time to
look over the document before
advising the Commission on
its contents. Two changes had
been suggested by the Com-
mission in prior sessions with
Scott and Rish wanted to
examine the changes.
In all likelihood, the Com-
mission will authorize Russell
and Axon to make an applica-
tion for funds for the study in a
special meeting next week.
TRAFFIC SIGNAL
The City has been notified
by the Department of Trans-
portation to take down the sig-
nal light on Monument Ave. in
front of the Post Office within
30 days. or the DOT will have
it removed.
The DOT has been after the
City to remove the light in the
past, but the Commission has
stood fast and said they want-
ed to keep the light in opera-
tion. :DOT says the traffic
count 'at this point does not
justify the light..;
Again, the Commission will
resist the removal of the light,
which it feels is necessary at
this particular point.
DOGS
With the Port St. Joe City'
Commission, this is the "Year
of'the Dog".
Again Tuesday night, roam-n
ing and pesky dogs and what
to do with them came up for
lengthy discussion. :'
Dorton Haddon, Street Sup-
erintendent, said the City has
no dog catcher on the payroll
or a truck to put. him in.
Haddon said his biggest prob-
lem with dogs are large ones
which are hard or impossible
to catch and with people who
pay the $2.00 fine and let their
roaming dogs right back out
on the street again
Commissioner Wesley R.
Ramsey moved that the penal-
ty fine for recovering a' dog
which has been picked up be
increased to $5.00 and $2.00 for


New Phone Numbers Con ng Monday


There is a good chance that you will have
a different telephone number Monday mor-
ning, if you live in the area served by the Port
St. Joe and Beaches exchanges.
St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph,
Company is updating telephone central office
equipment, in an effort. to provide better
service to all subscribers, according to
Commercial Manager H. Higdon Swatts. This


one-time project will involve the changing of
approximately 1,400 telephone numbers in the
two exchanges. -
Letters have been mailed by the utility to
each affected subscriber giving his new
telephone number and the effective, date of
the change as of November 21.
The new telephone directories'have


already been mailed from the printer and
should be received by subscribers well :in
advance of the cutover date.
In an effort to avoid subscribers not
receiving all calls, a recording will be placed
Son all old nuinbers and anyone calling one of
.the 'old numbers will receive a recorded
message that the number dialed has been


changed and that he 'should refer to 1
telephone directory or call directory
ance..
Mr. Swatts stated that the Te:
Company regrets the inconvenience to
ed subscribers;. however, the n
changes were unavoidable in this upd
equipment.


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every day he js kept in the
pound.
Mayor Pate recommended
that a truck be out-fitted as
soon as possible and get back
in the dog catching business.
He also asked attorney Rish,
Clerk Wright and Haddon to
come up with a suggestion of


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Saturday Night
Fifteen beautiful young ladies will be vying for the
title of Gulf County's Junior Miss Saturday night. The_
program will be held in the Commons Area of Port St. Joe',
High' School at 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
The annual affair will be the tenth program produced-.,
locally by the Port St. Joe Jaycees and Jayceetes as one of-_
their major projects of the year.
Competing for the honor this year will be: Teresa
Register, Kim Ernst, Julane McFarland, Stayce Tram-
mell, Elizabeth Rice, Mary Margaret Bray, Brenda
Rushing, Sandra Young, Suzanne Hammock, Becky
Dunnigan, Karen Little, Delores Wilkinson, Teresa
..Fortner. Elizabeth Ramsey and Linda Rushing. The
contestants are chosen by the top scholastic average
among high school seniors in the county.
The young ladies will be judged in scholastic merit,
poise and appearance, physical fitness, personality,
creative and performing arts. A panel of visiting judges
will make the decision as to who will represent Port St.
Joe and Gulf County as its Junior Miss.
Tickets for the event are $2.50 for adults arid$1.50 for
students and may be purchased from any contestant or at
Merit Finance in Port St. Joe.
The 1977-78 Junior Miss will receive a $350.00
scholarship to the school of ier choice.
Trophies will be awarded to Junior Miss, first
S:runner-up, second runner-up, Miss Talent and Miss Spirit
of Junior Miss.;.,


Father Le M

to Pastor St.
Father Peter LeMaire has
come to Port St. Joe to assume
the pastorate of the St. Jos-


FR. PETER LE MAIRE


Reserve

Table for

Big Ball
Table reservations are now
being made for the Rotary
Club's annual Charity Ball


which will be held next Satur-
day night, November 26 in the
Centennial Building.
The affair will feature the
music of the. Gulf Coast Com-
munity College stage band
and will begin at 9:00 p.m.
e new Table reservations may be
issist- made by calling Ted Cannon
at the Florida First National
Bank.
phone The Ball is held by the club
affect- each year to raise funds for
mber local charitable activities.
ing of Tickets are now on sale by
members of the Rotary Club.


[aire Comes

SJoseph's
eph's.Catholic Church, replac-
ing Father David O'Shea, who
has been moved to Fort Walt
ton Beach.
Le Maire is a native of
Belgium, who became a Unit-
ed States citizen in 1961.
He attended high school in
Gainesville, was educated in
Boston College and received
his Ph.D. from Montreal Uni-
versity in Canada.
Father Le Maire has served
the church for 10 years in
Quito, Ecuador. More recently
he has served in San Antonio,
Texas, Fort Walton Beach and
Panama City.
Father Le Maire says he
likes Port St. Joe very much
and is very pleased to be here.
If you meet a tall, out
going young man on the street,
with his collar turned back-
wards; that's him.


An Early

Edition

Coming
The Star will be publish-
ed one day early next week
due to the Thanksgivip
holiday falling on Thbus
day, our normal mailing
date;
The early publication Is
being set in order to get the
paper into the hands of our
readers prior to the holl-
day.
The early publication
date will make It necessary
for us to have all news and
advertising in our offlee by
Monday afternoon of next
week.


how to cope with the larger'
dogs which are causing most:
of the trouble.
The Commission seems de-
termined to come up with:
some solution to rid the City of
the problem of roaming bigi
dogs, which are a nuisance to
others.


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THE STAR, Port St Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. NOV. 17, 1977


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EDITORIALS:
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Nations Good Steward



of Its Energy


A UPI story in the papers last world which was stable enough to be
\ week following President Carter's built up to the point of being
Energy address said: "We Ameri- self-sufficient and even to the point
S cans are guilty of the worst energy of becoming strong competitors of
'\ gluttony in the world, President our nation.
/ Carter says, and.we must mend our Here in America we have used
: ways to protect jobs and the nation's this energy to give our people a,
economic and military security." standard of livig'Vnknown to man
c We take exception to that state- before we came among. We have used
S ment or a part of it, at least. this every to build machines,
S We do not think the United expertise and know-how which has
States is guilty of gluttony. We have given more people throughout the
S wasted some', but not so much world the tools, and know-how to
S energy as the President and the make a decent living for the first
\ ecologists say. time in history.
SWe have not "wasted" our'
S In our opinion, America has energy. We have used it and are still
S been pretty good stewards of the using it for the betterment of
> energy we have "wasted". mankind throughout the world. It's
We have used that energy to better that it should be used in this
' _..save the entire world from tyranny way than to pump it out of the
i on at least two occasions. We have ground, store it;in bottles and give
"i wasted": thab energy, to keep, at, ,.evpyeryo i.n the world one to sit in his
: least half the world from starving to hut and lookatOQil gasand coal'
Death during the past 20 years, at were made for man to use. We've
^ least. We have "wasted" some of done that, to our 'credit, in our
that energy in building up all of the opinion.





Sigh of Relief
WSf a w


We think it's safe to say, without paper l
taking a poll, that the entire popula- thing fc
tion of this area, particularly of this company
l own, want to thank the unions and book (t(
t. Joe Paper Company for arriving their ne
t an agreement they can work with it offered
Slast week. the plan
t The unions and the company'are hood, a
Sboth pretty good poker players. the conm
T hey had the entire community gave a
:even the whole immediate vicinity enough
: for a radius of 100 miles on pins they sh
ind needles, holding their breath, Nov
SlHoping they would come up with a both si
Compromise. reason f
SWe couldn't say whether the they di
S company and the unions gave any manage
thought to those who would be door to
f devastated by a strike, even though churches
i ey were not management or activity
Employees of St. Joe Paper Com- have no
Spany. We hope, that in their negotia- harbor
tions, they thought of others. side wa
z We understand the unions didn't anything
= get all they thought they should of takin
I4ave. Possibly the company also We
S-ave more than it thought it could Northw
reasonably afford in view of the a sigh (



'Letterts. to theEditor


market today. There's one
or sure, both the unions and
>y could collaborate on a
o be made into a movie) of
negotiations and the suspense
ed the people who depend on
it and its workers for a liveli-
nd divide the royalties and
ipany would get back what it
ind the unions could get
to get "what they thought
would have".
v that it's all over, we're sure
des had a perfectly valid
for taking the adamant stand
d in the negotiating. Since
ement and labor live next
one another, go to the same
es, schools; clubs and civic
es in this 'community, we
Thought that either side was
ng the idea that the other
Ls trying .toget or withhold
g from a viewpoint of greed
ig advantage.
join a myriad of people in
est Florida who have heaved
of relief that it's over.


-Thinks Dr.Poonai IsGreat

= November 5,1977 of having to be transported to ing this gossip about them to
Dear Mr. Ramsey, another hospital, when other people. Don't you think
I don't know if you will print "TIME" could be of the ut- that the Dr. Poonais would let
S this or not, but I sure hope that most importance in saving their patients know "FIRST"
you will. I have been wanting ones life. Second because I before anyone else if they
to express my opinion for a know that they are available were leaving. This is a bit of
Good while now, and I have to anyone that is sick regard- petty gossip that someone is
Just gotten up the courage to less of that persons status. maliciously spreading around
let other people know how I They are dedicated to their and it is not true. I worked
feel. work and to their parents, with the Poonais and they
TO THE PEOPLE OF There has been a lot of have been very kind to me and
GULF COUNTY rumors around about the doc- easy to work for; if anyone has
This is about the two new tors leaving Port St. Joe, and I had any trouble working for
doctors, Dr. P. V. Poonai and would like to set the record them before, I just really can't
, his wife, Dr. A. Poonai. I am straight about this matter. understand it, for I found them
Sgreateful for their being here. The Poonai's are here to stay the same one day as the other.
First of all because this town and they would not let anyone Now as for the rumors about
S needed new doctors who could run them out of town. This is the fees that the doctors
M6b surgery right here, instead for the people that are spread- charge, you just stop and think


Editor Caught

It's not often that the Editor gets his mug in the
news column of this newspaper, since he is usually
behind the camera shutter himself when pictures
are made.
Lately however, many of the camera duties
have been turned over to his co-partner in such
shenanigans, number two son, Willie, and as a
consequence the Editor was caught in the position he
has been catching others in for years. ".\
Last Friday night, Band Parent President,
Tracy Pierce, right, presented a plaque to the
Editor for what Pierce and bandmaster Ray Smith
said was a general boosting of the band and its
program this year.
If the Editor had known this was coming off, he
would surely have left his overcoat at home, taken
off his cap and combed his thinning but still flowing
locks and worn a tie (the one without the gravy
spots) and put on a spiffy jacket.
-Star photo


Sign Up


for Xmtas

Parade
Karl Bowen, Jaycee chair-
man of the Christmas parade
said this week that he is
issuing a call for cooperation


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ETAOIN SHRDLU

By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


with organizations who wish to
place floats in the annual You never know when someone is watching
Christmas Parade, which will (or reading) what you do.
be held on Saturday, Decem- Last Friday night, the band director and
ber 3. band parents surprised me with a presentation of
Bowen said that due to a plaque for being what they described "a band
complications in his immed- booster, offering support and publicity for the
iate family he has not had the band and its activities".
time to contact each organi-
zation personally but that he If they are going to give awards out for such
would like for all groups, such as that, they had better buy some more, because
as Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, there are some band parents who put in a lot of
related groups, church groups time with their kids in this fine organization. The
and civic clubs to contact him band, the parents and their young and energetic
t his offie in MeritFincance leader put out a lot of effort every day to make
the band what it is today. I didn't think I was
Bowen would also like for going out of my way to publicize them. They did
businesses in the area who everything I said they did, so I was only
wish to participate to call him was
so the parade can be lined up. reporting what was going on.
owen said earl '.Y After the presentation, and half-time cere-
Bowen said earl proscts onies, bandmaster RaySmith ..'": me
are that this parade will be nd sai, I want t thanky"ou .'. te e
one of the best shown here at and said, "I want to thank you for all the nice
Christmas time. "We want things you said." I just had to tel him the truth.
everyone to have an opportun- "Ray", I said, "we don't have the money to pay
ity to participate", Bowen you any more right now, so we had to think up
said. some ruse to make you want to hang around here
a long time."


for a moment about the fees
that a surgeon in'Panama City
or in Tallahassee charges.
You don't think aobut those
because they are in a larger
town. Well, I think you should
stop and .think more about
being grateful that the Poo-
nais chose Port St. Joe to set
up their practice in, they not
only have been an asset to the
community but have in my
opinion kept a few of the
nurses and other staff of the
hospital in their jobs. The
hospital is their jobs. The
hospital was just about to
close down and in my opinion.
was just a first. aid station if
that until the Poonais came
here. Are PEOPLE so forget-
ful, that they can't remember
the past. I feel'sorry for those
that do not have better things
to do with their time than to sit
around and gossip about
things they know nothing
about. Because one of these
days "YOU" or a family
member may need the doc-
tors, that you gossip about, to
save your life----"RE-
MEMBER THAT"!
Sincerely yours,
(Name w+hheld by request)

Thinks People

Are Great
Dear Editor,
Thank you one and all who
gave generously to the Octo-
ber drive for Mental Health.
Our community contributed a
total of $522.29, which bene-
fits the Mental Health Asso-
ciation in Florida.
The Association is a group of
citizens working to promote
mental health in Florida, and
all who gave are a part of this
growing effort.
I would especially like to
acknowledge the work of the
Bellringer workers who col-
lected house-to-house.
Very truly yours,
Mrs. Nadine Aplin,
Mental Health Chairperson
in Port St. Joe


For Quick Results
Use the Classifieds


The Quarterback Club gave away a beef at
the football game Friday night and Gene
Raffield was the lucky fan.
I asked Gene how much he had put into the
promotion and he said, "I think it would have
been cheaper if I had just gone down to the store
and bought the beef".
While we're passing out plaques, trophies
and bunches of scallions, old Gene deserves
something, even if it is just another plate of fried
mullet. There's very few activities around our
city or school in which Gene doesn't have a


A Layman's View


Bible

Psalm, Chapter 139
Key word: God is present.
There are times it seems
that Christians and non-
Christians alike are unaware
of God's ever-presence. We
act as though He is like a
neighbor, not always seeing or'
knowing what we are doing.
It's as if we feel our deeds, if
not displayed publicly, are of
no concern to God and is not
even known by Him.
However, this is not what
the Bible says. Psalm 139 is
too lengthy to quote all of it
here so I trust you will get
your Bible down and read it. A
few selected verses follow.
Verse 2: "Thou knowest my
downsitting and mine upris-
ing; thou understandest my
thought.afar off." It says God
knows when I sit and when I
get up. Also He even knows
what I am thinking.
Verse 7: "Whither shall I go

Birthday for

C. E. Glass Sat.
A birthday party will be held
at the Community Center in
Wewahitchka Saturday after-
noon from 1:00 p.m., through
the afternoon for Cecil E.
Glass. Mr. Glass will be 77
years old.
Hosts for the party are
issuing an invitation for ev-
eryone in the county to attend.
Bring a covered dish.


By Billy Norris


Notes

from thy spirit? Or whither
shall I flee from thy pres-
ence?" The Psalmist didn't
really want to get away from
God, ,he was making a pro-
found statement of fact.
The last two verses, 23 and
24, are a prayer. One that
should be everyone's prayer.
It is a sobering thought indeed
when you realize God's pres-
ence is with us at all times.


Tides

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


Apalachicola-
High
Thurs. 2:01 A
Fri. 2:39A
Sat. 2:07A
8:42P
Sun. 8:09P
Mon. 8:14P
Tues. 8:32P
Wed. 8:57P


Low
12:27 P
12:31 P
11:57 A
10:24 A
5:39A
6:00A
6:36A


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major part. He's always ready to do what he can
to make a local project go.
It's dangerous to single out just one person
like Gene in our community for kudos. We have a
plentiful supply of this type people in Port. St.
Joe and throughout Gulf County.
What we want done in this town usually gets
done, if it's worthwhile.

Poor old Harry Lee Smith.
Would some of you people here in town take
turns in inviting him to your home for dinner? He
either doesn't know how to cook or he doesn't
have the money to buy groceries. Since he is a
batchelor, he has no one to care for his dietary
needs. He looks it too. Harry Lee is getting so
thin I fear for his safety during the winter when
we get those occasional cold blows around here.
Harry Lee was seen in the grocery store the
other day and he had a market basket full of
Yogurt. Harry Lee said, "It makes a quick meal
when you don't have time to cook".
Harry Lee was being brave, I think. If he had
been truthful he would have just admitted that he
didn't know how to cook and had to rely on
Yogurt, since it was so cheap (just like Harry
Lee).
Invite him out before he starves.

Brother Will had this to say last week in his
"Twin City News".
"It looks like Mother Nature is going to
accomplish what TVA could not. The snail darter
(that's a fish) is going the way of the Edsel.
''You remember when that scientist(?) up in
Tennessee got his nose all out of joint because the
monster dam they were building was going to
ruin the home of about 100 snail darters? It
seems that the little buggers were almost extinct
anyway and science just didn't want to see them
all gone from this earth. Heavens to Betsy.
"Well, in spite of science, ecology, birth
control pills, etc., the snail darter is on its way
out. The little buggers are sick and d ng and ,
nobody knows why.
"Maybe somebody is trying to tell us
something."
It's those snail darters, Will. They are trying ,
to tell us they have taken a fatal case of nausea
from the sick ideas of those scientists you were
talking about.

Two magazines I received this week really
put the flame of hope to burning in my chest.
First, there was Newsweek, which had a long
article documenting the claim that America is
now' turning conservative. After two decades
of being on the downhill wet clay hill toward
liberalism, the little people of the nation have
finally convinced our leaders that a modicum of
conservatism is needed to cause our nation to
survive.
The other magazine, put out by Exxon, took
a substantial crack at the environmentalists.
For years, now, the environmentalists have
claimed that a drop of oil dropped on the ground
or in the water is going to make our earth sterile.
Exxon's magazine documents the hundreds
of tankers which were sunk off our shores (one of
them off the shore of Port St. Joe) during World
War II by German submarines. The magazine
goes into detail to show how the environment is
flourishing in the areas where the tankers were
sunk, spilling all their oil in the ocean and on the
shore.
We don't advocate running about helter-
skelter pouring out oil, but we do believe the
environmentalists have gone just a little
overboard with their scare tactics.. .% even to the
point of doing without things we need, just
because, in their opinion, it MAY damage the
environment.


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Iraveside Services Held


Friday for F
Fied bumas, 65, a resident
of Port St. Joe, passed away
Nov. 4 in the Municipal. Hos-
pital. Mr. Dumas had been a
resident of Port St. Joe for
several years.
Survivors include: a son,
Bobby Martis of Apalachi-
.cola; and two sisters, Beatrice
Davis and Eliga L. Hunts


red D'umas
both of York, Alabama.
Graveside funeral services
wereheld at 2:00 p.m. Friday,
Nov. ii, in the Forest Hill
Cemetery, with Rev. Cotten
officiating.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fun-
eral Home of Port St. Joe.


Five Arrested Saturday


On Gambling Charges


According to Sheriff Ken:
Murphy, a raid by.county, city
and state law enforcement
officers on a boarding house
on Main'Street in Pprt St. Joe
netted a total of six arrests for
gambling.
Arrested in the raid which
took place at 7:00 Saturday
evening, were: Felton Lewis,
179 Avenue B; Phelma Oats,
168 Bobbins Ave.; Billy Quini,


227 Avenue D; Gene Daniels,
303 Avenue E; and C. W.
Pittman, 138 Avenue E.
Lewis, Oats and Daniels
were charged with gambling.
Pittman and Quinn were
charged with conspiracy to
gamble. Gene Daniels was
also charged with keeping a
gambling house.


The defendants were booked
at the Gulf County jail and
released on bond. Participat-
ing in the raid according to
Sheriff Murphy, were officers
from the Gulf County Sheriff's
Department, Port St. Joe
Police Department, Florida
Highway Patrol and Florida
Marine Patrol.


News. .

L From the High School


By WOODY JONES
The National Honor Society
members that went to the
District meeting in Panama,
City last Saturday really got
their money's worth. After
having a business meeting and
discussion groups, they went
on a tour through the Naval
Coastal Systems Lab. Then
came the high point of the
whole affair; a buffet lunch at
the Harbor House restaurant.
During the meeting the NHS
members met members frnm


UPCOMING EVENTS
Santa Claus is coming to
town. If you want to get your
picture taken with him, two
Santas will be available for
posing at the Christmas par-
ade on December 3 by the
Campbell's Drug Store. Cla-
rence Monette will be the
photographer and the Junior
Class is sponsoring this event.
No price is available at this
time.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1977


Savings Bond Sales Up


Florida sales of Series E and
H United States Savings
Bonds in September were
$15.6 million-up $2.7 million
over September, 1976. Bond
sales for the nine-month
period in the state, totaled
$147.5 million-up $12.2 mil-
lion over the same period last
year. The state achieved 69.7
percent of its 1977 sales goal
September 30.
J. Ted Cannon, Volunteer
Savings Bonds Chairman for
Gulf County reported Septem-
ber sales of $19,178 in the
county. The county attained
77.2 percent of its 1977 sales
goal the end of September.

Rev. Elvery,

Will Preach to

Presbyterians
Rev. Frank Elvery will
speak at the First Presby-
terian Church of Port St. Joe,
Sunday, November' 0, at 10:00
a.m. The morning service will
continue to be at 10:00 a.m.
until further notice.
Everyone is invited to
attend,


The County Chairman noted
that the Series E Bond repre-
sented 95.8 percent of the Bond
sales in Florida. He pointed
out that over 70,000 wage


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These two young ladles will also be in the Junior Miss
Pageant Saturday night, trying to get that big prize. They
are, left to right: Rebecca Dunnigan and Mary Margaret
Bray. -Star photo



Rotarians Give Club

Short Biography


SPort St. Joe Rotarians re-
'ceived a thumbnail biography
,of its three newest members
as its program at their meet-
ing last Thursday at noon.
V, Captain Henry Cassani is a
transplant from Quincy,
Mass., and served his entire
life in the Navy before retiring
to Port St. Joe last year.
Cassani served as a pilot,
helicopter pilot and in several
command posts from Korea to
Key West.' During the mean-
while he was siring seven
children and earning his mas-
ter's degree while in the
service.
Leon Pollock spent most of
his adult life going to and from
college, trying to get his
degree. Just before coming to
Port St. Joe a few years back,
where he entered the dry
cleaning business, Leon final-
ly did it when he earned a
degree in business adminis-
tration from the University of
Georgia. In earlier trips to U.
of Ga., he played basketball
with the Bulldogs.
He is a native of Bainbridge,
Ga., and has served in the Air
Force, worked with IBM and
Philco before coming to Port
St. Joe. He is presently owner
Sof the Sears Catalog Store
here. He and his wife have
four children.
S The newest Rotarian, Bo
Boyette, manager of Basic
Magnesia, Inc., is a native of
Climax, Ga.
He and his wife moved to
Port St. Joe in 1955 where he
went to work for St. Joe Paper


Company. During hard times
in the paper business, he sold
insurance and went to work
for Basic, Inc., in 1959. He was
appointed manager of the
plant a year ago.
Boyette and his wife live at
St. Joe Beach. They have
three children.
Guests df the club were
Frank Whiteside of Apalachi-
cola, Mark Lyle, Sr., and
Mark Lyle, Jr., of St. Louis,
Mo., Tucker Stone, new man-
ager of St. Vincent Wildlife
Management Area and Wheel-
ettes Jo Ann Harrison and
Denise Bond.


those trying to become Gulf County's Junior
Miss In the annual program Saturday night.
From left 'to right are: Elizabeth Ramsey,
Elizabeth Rice and Kim Ernst. -Star photo


Kiwanis


Hears


Wilder
'Superintendent of Schools,
"*B Waller Wilder presented a
program to the Kiwanis Club
at their meeting Tuesday,
showing a film strip which
explained the new state man-
dated Florida Statewide As-
sessment of pupils.
The title of the filmstrip was
"Florida Statewide Assess-
ment, Who Needs It".
The reason for the new
testing program, now being
carried out throughout all
schools in Florida was des-
cribed by the narrator as
being necessary in order to
assure that students will be
ready to go on to college or
hold a job. The program
pointed out that 23 percent of
students graduating from high
school cannot read, write or
manage simple arithmetic.
"The test was created to
find the students who cannot
function in the basic subjects
and provide remedial instruc-
tion for those who need it.
The testing program is done
in the third, fifth, eighth and
11th grades.
Results from the tests are
furnished to the teacher, par-
ents and principal of the
student involved.
Superintendent Wilder poin-
ted out that this was the first
program of this type in tle
United States and may be-
come a pattern for the nation
to follow.
SThe club received Joe St.
Clair into its membership.
Guests were John Clenney
and Key Clubbers, Teresa
Fortner, Lynn Besore, Chip
Pollock and Greg Chason.


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other district high schools and Lanier Named
discussed how they ran their
local clubs. 'FFBF Director NOTIPC
Here's some good news ,
and some bad news. You L. L. Lanier Jr., of Wewa- \
probably want to read the hitchka, was re-elected to the.
good'news first, but I'm the state board of directors of "' Ef"ecive
guy who's writing this, so Florida Farm Bureau Federa- Eff tive
here's the bad news: Six tion (FFBF) at the organiza- oVllA ber 15, 1977 H i lan lry 15, 1978
weeks' tests will be given on tion's 36th annual convention N ovembe ., 9 -'=u r, 1 7
Wednesday, Thursday and held at the Orlando Hyatt rJoseph Telephi o Telegraph Comp
Friday, the 16-18. First and House.. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Compny
fourth periodon Wednesday, Lanier, a member of the Will Install A
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represents Washington, CBay,
Friday. Good luck! Gulf and Calhoun counties on
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Sorority


SMeetin


Saturday
S "To stimulate the personal
: and professional growth of
S...nejnbers and to encourage
theii participation in apprp-
S private programs of action"
is one of the seven purposes of
S the Delta Kappa Gamma So-
ciety International. Under the
leadership of Nons' Connor,
chairman of the Personal and
Professional Growth and Ser-
vices of the Beta Beta Chapter.
ii of the Society, each member
of the Chapter will be asked to
assess herself relative to what
she has done and is doing to
improve the quality of her
individual life This self-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1977


Belin, Jesse Stone, and
Charles Smith; dinner, Mrs.
Paul Fensom and.Mrs. John
Robert Smith; decorations,
Mrs, Noble Stone, Mrs.
Charles Brown and Mrs.
George. Suber; place cards,
Mrs: Wm. 'Howell, Jr.; -re-'
servations, Mrs. Herman
Deap, Mrs. R. H. Brinson and
Wayne Childers; invitations,


S Saturday, November 19, at the
S Wewahitchka High School,
where registration will begin
at 9:30 A.M.(CST..
Of equal importance on the
agenda will be voting on new
members to be invited into the
Society, thereby imple-
menting another important
purpose of theft Society: to
honor women who have given
or who evidence s potential for
distinctive service-in any field
of education;
-Martha Lanier is social
chairman for this the second
meeting of the- Society for
1977-78. Lila Broli~fte, presi-
dents will preside.
Luncheon will be served
S following the meeting.

Final IPkns

for Owens

Revealed
The final wedding plans of
Sarah K. Owens and Alan M:.
Hammock have .been .an-
' nounced.
The wedding will be an,
event of January 28, at 5:30
P.M.. C.S.T.. in the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. L. "Bobo" Owens of
Wewahilchka.
No invitatiorns re being se9t
in the Port St. Joe or Wewa-
hitchka area. However, all
friends and relatives of the
c ouple are invited to attend.
Youth Choir

j: Observing

| Anniversary
The Youth Choir at New
Bethel Baptist Church will
celebrate its third annual an-
niversary this Sunday. They
invited the public to attend
Sunday School at-10 a.m., and
worship services at 11:30.
Speaker for the morning ser-
Svice will be Rev. Carr, pastor
of the Union A.M.E. Church.
S The evening service at 7:30
Swill feature a musical and the
speaker will be. Brother Don-
Said Nickson of Primitive Bap-
tist Church.
t7. The New Bethel Baptist
Church is located on North
SPark Avenue, announced Rev.
i. Gary Leslie, pastor.



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Robert H. Ellzey and Mrs.
Ralph Swatts; nominations,
Mrs. Wm. Howell, Jr., Mrs.
Charles Brown and Mrs.
James T. McNeill, Jr.
It was reported that the
original charter of the society
which had been framed in 1977
and two early maps by John
Lee Williams and H. L. Pow
ell, respectively, had been
hung in the multi-purpose
room of the new Corinre
Gibson Library. Also hanging
in this room is the painting by
Jonnia Sykes Harvell, "The
Old Salt Works", and the re-
cently restored and refraied
picture of "Early Ships in Port
St. Joe". Future meetings of
the society will be held in the
new library.
Mrs. R. H. Brinson iported
on the splendid historical soc-
iety display in the new lib-
rary and stated that the
personal collection of artifacts
belonging to Charles Smith
will be replaced by Indian and
Spanish artifacts which had
been sometime ago by Mrs.
Elizabeth Ehrbar of Tallahas-
see, a state museum official
who has beep most helpful
through the years. Mrs. Brin-
son has served as custodian
for the society since it was
chartered in 1959.. For 18
years she has taken care of


society possessions, records,,
maps, important papers, arti-
facts, etc. until they were
recently placed in the new lib-
rary. The society is most
grateful to Mrs. Brinson for
this important service.
The late Mrs. Thomas Gib-
son (Corinne Costin) for whom
the new library was dedicated
and named October 23, was an
active member of the St.
Joseph Historical Society.
Among 6ther things, Mrs. Gib-
son helped to compile and pre-
pare the Gulf County History
which was published in 1975
for the 50th anniversary cele-
bration of Gulf County. All the
members remember her with
love and appreciation.

'ACID OF THANKS '
We offer to our friends and
neighbors our sincere appre-
ciation for the kindness ex-
tended us during our time of
need when our loved one died.
Your flowers, food and other
acts of kindness will always be
remembered.
The Family of
Forest Cooper


Methodists Plan Thanksgiving Service,


Rev. Johnie McCurdy,
pastor, First United Methodist
Church announced today that
the Annual Thanksgiving
Dinner will be held Sunday
evening, Nov. 20. at six o'clock
in the church Fellowship Hall.
Each family will bring a
covered dish of your favorite
food. All members and friends

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. James B.
Fensom announce the birth of
a baby girl, Meredith Todd, on
November 2 at Bay Memorial
Hospital, Panama City.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. L. D. Lehman, Jr. of
Huntsville, Al. and Mrs. Paul
S. Fensom and the late Mr.
Fensom of Port St. Joe.


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Annie Mae Flowers, Ben Sharit, Erline Hall, Loraine Brown,
C arneg e Gs Thadus Russ and Tal Preston. Standing, from left, are:
7 G graduate aid Leon Pollock, Willie Ramsey, Buddy Ward,
John Miller, Cecil Pippin, instructor Stan Whitlach, Wendell
Members of the Dale Carnegie leadership course held Whitaker, Billy Howell, Ken McCall, Lamar Hardy, Edward
re in Port St. Joe are shown as they gathered for their Tolliver, Jim Mashburn, Frankie Ritch and Bob Johnson.
iduation exercises last Tuesday night, Nov. 8. Shown Not pictured were Doug Young and instructor aide, Dick
ited are: from left, "Pete" Peterson, Norman Allemore, Boyer. -Star photo


Historical Society Plans


for A

At the November meeting of
the St. Joseph Historical Soc-
iety held Saturday afternoon,
November 5, in the conference
room of the Fire Station, the
main concern was the prelimi-
nary planning for the coming
annual meeting of the society.
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., an-
nounced the following. com-
mittees: program, Jacob C.


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"The Servant 'Singing

at Oak Grove Church


The Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church will have a spe-
cial singing group performing
at their church this Sunday
evening, Nov. 20, at 6:15.
"The Servants", a quartet,



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will be the featured group.
Singing with the group is
Craig Pippin, a native of Port
St. Joe. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Pippin, of Port
St. Joe. A
The pastor and dongrega-
tion extend a cordial welcome
to the community to attend.


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of thechurchinvited. After the Praise will be held in the
meal a service of Song and sanctuary at seven o'clock.
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Cornerof Fourth St. & Second Ave.

SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
Nursery Provided Rev. William N. Stephens,
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the members of the

Church of Christ
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Sunday Morning Bible Study .......... 10:00 A.M.
Sunday Morning Worship ............. 11:00 A.M.
Sunday Night ....................... 6:00P.M.
Wednesday Night ..................... 7:00 P.M.

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The small-flowred cluster
type of narcissus called the
polyanthus type can be grown
in Florida. Old varieties such
as paper white, Chinese sac-
red lily, Solei d'Or can be
grown outdoors or forced to
flower indoors. They are
usually planted in October and
November. Most other varie-
ties of narcissus, daffodils or
jonquils bloom poorly except
in northwest Florida.
Crinums are well-adapted to
Florida and if planted in the
winter, will produce large


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 17. 1977


amaryllis-like flowers in late
spring and into the summer.
The Easter lily is also a
common bulb which can be
planted in November and ex-
pected to flower mainly in
April, May and June.
Another excellent bulb for,
the home garden is the gladio-
lus. In southern Florida, the
corms are planted from Sep-
tember through February. In
northern Florida delay plant-
ing until January or Feb-


ruary. About three months
after planting you will be re-
warded with a beautiful mass
of color.
Amaryllis bulbs can also be
planted in the winter. Many
varieties are available in
colors from white to dark red
and in striped colors. Planting
bulbs at several weeks inter-
vals from November to Feb-
ruary, will give a succession
of bloom from spring to sum-
mer.


PAGE FIVE


If you want to try to grow
tulips or hyacinths, they will
need a cold-treatment. Bulbs
should be stored in a refriger-
ator (not a freezer) for about
60 days at 40 degrees or 120
days at 50 degrees. Plant
bulbs immediately after the
cold treatment. Delay will
result in poor flowerinh.


The Star Makes Great
Christmas Gifts!


Students at Port St. Joe School,are shown as they look teacher, standing second from left, and Frank Barnes,
over materials designed to help them make vocational Career Specialist, right. -Star photo
career choices. Assisting the students are Chris Earley,

Vocational Guidance Week Observed


Vocational Career Guidance
Week is being observed
throughout the United States
during November. In co-
operation with the National
Vocational Association, the


Gulf County School Board has
designated November 13-19 as
Vocational Career Guidance
Week. Students in Port St. Joe
and Wewahitchka High
Schools will be participating


'.in activities which assist them Vocational Teachers will be.
-to make vocational career available to assist students
choices. with information arid
Guidance Counselors, materials related to their
Career Education Staff and vocational interest.


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University of Florida
As the weather cools during
the coming weeks many of us
will devote more time to gar-
dening. There are many things
we can do during the fall to
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caladium and tuberose are
tubers; and canna is an
example of the rhizome type.
To most people, all these
plants are called bulbs.
Bulbs may be grown in beds
to produce a mass of color or
for cut flowers or they may be
used in a perennial border or
along the edge of shrubbery.
In general, most bulbs
thrive in a well-drained soil
having plentyof o organic. nat-
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which are only grown as pot
plants in the North. Unfortun-
ately, many of the commons
bulbs of northern states-like
tulips, hyacinths, some irises
and lilies-do not grow well in
Florida. Very often these
bulbs flower poorly or not at
all, even in northern Florida.
But don't be discouraged, we
can grow many unusual bulbs
in Florida and with special
treatment, can even grow
soipO.Q t4 "'northern" bulbs.,
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bulbs well adapted to Florida.


REMINDER

St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Company would like to remind subscribers in
the Port St. Joe and Beaches Exchange that almost 1,100 subscribers in the Port
St. Joe Exchange and 350 in the Beaches Exchange will have their

Telephone Numbers Changed
Effective with the new directory on November 21, 1977

All subscribers having their numbers changed will receive a letter from the
Telephone Company two weeks prior to the change giving the new telephone
number and number discs to be attached to their telephones.

The number groups to be affected in the Port St. Joe exchange
are as follows:

227-2000 thru 227-2999 229-1000 thru 229-1999
227-3000 thru 227-3999 229-2000 thru 229-2999


227-4000 thru 2274999
227-5000 thru 227-5999
227-7000 thru 227-7999
227-8000 thru 227-8999


229-3000 thru 229-3999
229-4000 thru 2294999
229-5000 thru 229-5999


The number groups to be affected in the Beaches Exchange
are as follows:


648-3000 thru 648-3999
648-4000 thru 6484999


648-6000 thru 6484999
648-7000 thru 648-7999


SSt. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Company would like to take this opportunity to
apologize for any inconvenience that the number changes will cause; however,
these changes are necessary in order to accommodate equipment changes in an
effort to provide better service to our subscribers.



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CHURCH SCHOOL ......................... 9:4 A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE ......... 11 A.M. & 7:00 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ...... 5:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 P.M.


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THURSDAY. NOV. 17, 1977 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


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The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on October 4 with the following
members present: J.K. Whit-
field, Chairman; Waylon
Graham; GeneRaffield; Fred
Greer; Paul Sewell. .
:T,',he Superintendent was
present.
SThe meeting was opened
with the invocation by
:Raffield, and followed by the
*Pledge of Allegiance.
SMrs. Sally Malone met with
'-the board to discuss grouping
students according to ability.
:,,The Superintendent .recom-
.inerded organizing a com-


mittee to investigate this pro-
posal and report back to the
board.
On motion and second, the
board unanimously approved
the minutes of August 25,
September 6 and September
15.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, all voted YES to
approve the following person-
nel matters: reclassify Pat
Stripling as Secretary II at
Wewahitchka High School; all
personnel performing sup-
plemental duties were
approved for Wewahitchka


High School and Port St. Joe
High School; accept resigna-
tion of Warren Whitfield;
transfer Ben Causey to County
Wide Maintenance; accept
new salary schedule, for
maintenance employees;
appoint Dianna Harrison as
Teacher. Aide under the Title I
Program; appoint Sandra
Pridgeon as Secretary at
Wewahitchka Elementary
School and appoint Debbie
Barhes as Clerical Aide;
accept the resignation of Roy
Taylor March 31, 1977 as
Finance Officer and appoint
Harry Herrington to fill this


The Board discussed a
Power Guard Unit System


PUBLIC NOTICES


Church Sets Harvest Day


vacancy beginning January 1,
1978; appoint Barbara
Eubanks as Teacher Aide at
Wewahitchka High School;
transfer Kerry Wilson from
the Custodial staff to the
Maintenance staff, and
appoint Mary Barfield and
Audrey Hardy as part time
custodial employees.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second all voted YES to.
approve an Agreement with
Bay County School Board
whereby Bay. County School
Board would reimburse the
Gulf County School System for
students residing in the
Mexico Beach and are
attending Gulf County
Schools.
On motion and second, the
board unanimously approved
graduation dates for Port St.
Joe High School, June 5,
Wewahitchka High School,
June, 6, and Adult School June
8.:
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second all voted YES to
approve the following student
matters: approve request that


Darby Cearley attend Port St.
Joe Elementary School;
approve requests that Rhonda
Heath and Cassandra Dixon
take night courses offered by
Gulf Coast Community
College.
The board discussed the
Wewahitchka Elementary
School, with the Superin-
tendent recommending a
Committee be formed to look
into available property, the
Chairman is to recommend
this Committee to the Superin-
tendent.
The a la carte services will
begin in the lunchrooms Oc-
tober 11; milk shakes are now
available in the lunchrooms;
the operation of the Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School
operating as a separate entity
its lunchroom was discussed.
Final inspection was
completed on Port St. Joe
High School roof, now waiting
State Department approval;
work is not complete at Port
St. Joe High School Auto
Mechanics and Building
Trades building; work on
Wewahitchka High School
Field House nearing com-
pletion.


Sunday. November 20, kicks
off the Annual Harvest Day
rally for members of New
Bethel A.M.E. Church. The
theme this year is:"The Har-
vest is Great, but workers are
few."

now being operated on a trial
basis. Sufficient information
is not available whereby
permanent installation can be
recommended.
Board Members were given
copies of Minimum Student
Performance Standards for
Florida Schools, graded 3 and
5. and grades 8 and .11.
The Board agreed unani-
mously to leave the school
starting time as it is now when
the time change takes place in
late October.
The Superintendent dis-
cussed adding a full time
Reading Teacher for Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School.
On motion and second, the
board voted unanimously to
pay bills as presented. (To be
in official minute book).
There being no further
business, the board adjourned
to meet again November 8.


NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION
%iHE GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
.PURPOSE AND EFFECT: The Gulf
County School Board proposes to amend;
adopt and delete policies, as provided for
i:n the Administrative Procedures Act,
,,for the purpose of bringing said policies
into compliance with Florida Statutes
enacted since the original adoption of
these policies in December, 1974, and
jfnsistent with federal laws.
SUMMARY: The proposed rules It
chapterr 6Gx23-1.00, relating to The
School Board, designate standard of
onduct and financial disclosure for
iiichool board members; authorizes the
t B;*s"ection of two board members to the
iBoad of Tax Adjustment; and adopts
ew policies relating to educational
-iccountability and employee negotla-
as.
SThe proposed rules In Chapter 6Gx23-
00, relating to The School Adminls-
jratlon, designate the qualifications and
.*utles of administrators and increased
er sonnel benefits.
The proposed rules in Chapter 6Gx23.
00, relating to The School Program,
,iletes references to State Accredi.
t'ltion; defines new requirements for
minimum performance standards, eval.
~ tion of pupil progression, summer
program for credit and performance,
educationall records (access, privacy
tights and hearing rights), Exceptional
bthiild Education, for selection and
---recommendation of school-library ma-
Slerials, and for selection of instructional
Materials and textbooks in the schools,
i-;nd Community School Program.
: The proposed rules In Chapter 6Gx23-
4.00, relating to Pupils and Pupil
'Personnel, defines new requirements for
Code of Student, Coduct add-Discipline,
procedures for administering corporal
punishment and student suspension;
-eslgnates the development of a Student
Service Plan, and redefines procedures
.opr dealing with student matters that
~riequentiy become problems.
,The proposed rules In Chapter 6Gx23-
,00., relating to Instructional Personnel,
V:.disignates appointment procedures and
-increased personnel benefits.
The proposed rules In Chapter 6Gx23.
6.00, relating to Non.lnstructional Per-
sonnel, increased personnel benefits.
The proposed rules in Chapter 6Gx23-
7.00, relating to Business and Non-
Instructional Operations, defines cost
center budget and petty cash pro-
cedures; designates transportation pro.
gram requirements and deletes school
food service policies.
The proposed rules in Chapter 6Gx23-
9.00, relating to School Food Services, is
a new section with all policies governing
operation of school food service pro-
grams.
The proposed rules in Chapter 6Gx23.
10.00, relating to a report and forms
management control system, is a new
section with policies governing authorl-
tation of forms and data collection.
ECONOMIC IMPACT: These pro-
posed policies will result in no direct
costs associated with Irplementation.
: Although the proposed policies will, in
some instances, require more and better
., plannlng, the indirect cost of the
planning should be more than offset by
'-_n increase in overall efficiency and
..better utilization of existing resources
within the system.
'' IF REQUESTED, A HEARING WILL
c~.E HELD AT:
; Time: 4:00 P.M. (EST)
Place: Board Room, Gulf County
School Board offices, Gulf County Court-
-house, Highway 71, Port St. Joe
Date: December 6, 1977
THE ENTIRE TEXT OF EACH
PROPOSED RULE CAN BE IN.
SPECTED DURING REGULAR
OFFICE HOURS AT THE GULF
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD OFFICES,
GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
HIGHWAY 71, PORT ST. JOE,

FLORIDA
SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY
UNDER WHICH THE ADOPTION IS
AUTHORIZED AND THE LAW BEING
S'IMPLEMENTED, INTERPRETED OR
-..JADE SPECIFIC:
Amended or Additions
Rule No. Title
1.424 Board of Tax Adjustment
1.46 Board of Appeals on All School
Matters
1.52 Preparation for Board Meetings
1.6S, Standard of Conduct
S1.5 Financial Disclosure
1.643 Delivery to Board Members
1.644 Availability to Public
1.762 Definition of Public Employer
1.763 Administrative Personnel
2.112 Qualifications (Superintendent)
':1.14 Specific Duties of Superintendent
;,-.121 Finance Officer
0 2.22 Directors
2.2211 Selection Procedures
S 2.2311 Qualifications and Selection
S2.2321 Responsibility
P 2322 Duties
S i2.3311 District Policy (Principal's Re-
sponsibility
S2.3132 Specific Duties (Principal)
S2.412 Line and Staff Relationships
2.4121 Line Relationships
M2T123 Terminal Pay
S2.52 Annual Leave Vacation
S6,0 Compensation and Benefits
., kA61 Compensation
!. % Benefits
S2.622 Tax Sheltered Annuities
3.11 General (Organization)
S3.12 Accreditation
S.1 Philosophy and Goals
*. 3.23 Annual Reports
' :;'4 Student Services
S3.31 Functions (Instructional Pro-
Sgram)
3.32 The Organizational Structure
$ 341 The Curriculum
3.1144 Changes In Program of Study
.3.21t Class Size
3.422 Examinations
S3.432 School Year
5. 34.51 Claa Schedules
S""3:352 Maximum CredtN,


3.438 Emergency Drills
3.4421 Report Cards or Forms
3.443 Pupil Progression *
3.4442 Transfer of Cumulative Guidance
Records
3.445 Graduation
3.446 Cumulative Records
,3.45 Exceptional Child Program
3.452 Program and Procedures
3.453 Collection of ,Data
3.454 Parental Consent for Formal
Evaluation
3.46 Summer Program
3.463 Summer Program for Credit and
Promotion
3.464 Joint Educational Program
3.4711 Instructional Materials and Ser-
vice
3.4712 Distribution
3.473 Library Resources and Personnel
3.4731 Library Policy for Selection
3.4732 Library Policies
3.4741 Equipment and Distribution
3.482 Responsibility for Approved Acti-
vities
3.485 Student Publications
3.4863 Injuries to Athletes
3.487 School Sponsored Trips
3.49 Community School Program
4.5121 Program (Vocational Programs)
4.44 Grade. Placement
4.441 Students Outside the County
4.452 Habitual Truancy
4.471 Statutory Provisions (Expulsion)
4.51 A Code of Student Conduct
4.513 Teacher
4.52 Guidelines for Students
4.54 Damage to School Property
4.55 Corporal Punishment
4.551 District Policy
4.83 Emergency Situations
4.91 Married or Pregnant Students
4.95 Smoking
5.3233 Health Examination
5.3242 Approval or Appljptlient ; .
53311 Dulies (Inslructional Personnel)
5 3321 School Year
S5.3323 Teaching Load
5.334. Supervision of Students
5.335 Planning
5.3351 Statutory Requirements
5.3352 District Requirements Planning
5.352 Re-Appointments
5.511 Salaries and Salary Schedule
5.52 Benefits
5.521 Hospital, Sickness, Accident In.
surance ,
5.522 Tax Sheltered Annuities
5.524' Retirement
5.611 District Policy (Annual Leave)
5.62 Statutory Requirements (Ab-
sences)
5.6221 Statutory Requirements
5.6225 Leave for Personal Reasons
5.6233 Jury
5.6235 Professional Leave
5.6238 Maternity Leave
5.81 Use of Staff Lounges and Work-
rooms
6.124 .Physical Examination
6.422 Terminal Leave Pay
6.423 Insurance
6.511 Sick Leave
6.512 Annual Leave
6.513 Leave for Personal Reason
7.251 District Provisions (Petty Cash)
7.32 Cost Center Budget
7.532 Supervisor of Transportation
7.534 Bus Drivers
9.00 School Food Service
10.00 Reports and Forms Management
Control System


Deletions
2.2122: School Food Service
3.4431 f'Elementary Level
3.4432 'Secondary Level
3.44321 Maximum Credits
3.4452 District Requirements
3.44521: Credit Requirements
3.44522 Provisions of Program
3.44523 Standards and Requirements
3.4453 Accelerated Graduation
3.4454 Job Entry Program
3.4511 Definition
3.4512 District Policy
3.461 Purpose
3.462 Summer Recreational Program
4.8132 Driver Education
4,84 Civil Defense
4485 Emergency Dispersal
5.6222 Sick Leave
5.6224, Emergency Leave
6 322 Noi.-Instructional Stalf Develop.
ment
6.382 Retirement
7.60 ,Po60d Serice

PROPOSED CONTRACT
NO. AP-CXties-3
INVITATION FOR BIDS
S PUBLIC NOTICE
.IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to the provisions of
Section 10 of the Clayton Anti-
trust Act that Apalachicola
Northern Railroad Company
requests Bids on proposed
Contract No. AP-CXties-3,
providing for the purchase of
20,000 concrete crossties. Bids
in th fMiWi 0iretribed sd tild
be submitted to:
B. R. Gibson, Jr., Vice
President
Apalachicola Northern Rail-
road Company
Post Office Box 250
Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
no later than 12:00 noon local
time on December 9, 1977, at
which office and immediately
thereafter the Bids submitted
will be received and opened by
the above officer. Apalachi-
cola Northern Railroad Com-
pany reserves the right to
reject any or all Bids and to
accept any part of any Bid.
Specifications, Form of Bid
and other details of the pro-
posed Contract No. AP-CX
ties-3 may be obtained from
the above address.

APALACHICOLA NORTH-
ERN RAILROAD COMPANY
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Project No. 04-51-21081
Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida
Separate sealed bids for renovation of
first floor old previous Courthouse,
Wewahitchka, Fla. and re-roofing and
repairs of Gulf County Health Clinics at
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka, Florida,
Gulf County, will be received by the
Board of County Commisslonersdf Gulf
County, Florida at the office of Clerk of
Circuit Court, Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe, Florida, until 7:00 o'clock
P.M., E.S.T., Nov. 22, 1977, and then at
said office publicly opened and read
aloud.
The Information for Bidders, Form of
Bid, Form of Contract, Plans, Specifica-
tions, and Forms of Bid Bond, Perform-
ance and Payment Bond, and other con- P
tract documents may be examined at the
following: .
Office of the Architect, Charles A.
Gaskin, State Road 22, Wewahitchka,
Florida, and office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Copies may be obtained at the office of
Charles A. Gaskin, AIA, Architect,
located at State Road 22, Wewahitchka,
Florida, upon payment of 50.00 for each
set. (One set).
Any unsuccessful bidder, upon return.
ing such set promptly and in good
condition will be refunded his payment
and any non-bidder upon so returning
such a set will be refunded $25.00.
Any additional set, returned in good
condition, will be refunded $25.00.
The owner reserves the right to waive
any Informalities or to reject any or all
bids.
Each bidder musl deposit with his bid.
security in the amount, form and subject
to the conditions provided in the, Infor-
mation for Bidders.
Attention of bidders is particularly
called to the requirements as to condi-
tions of employment to be observed and
minimum wage rates to be paid under
the contract.
No bidder may withdraw his bid within
30 days after the actual date of the
opening thereof.
Charles A. Gaskin
10-31-77 3t11-3

NOTICE OF CANCELLATION
OF MEETING
The Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County, Florida, has cancelled its
next regular meeting scheduled for
November 22, 1977, at 7:00 p.m. This
meeting is cancelled because of the
Thanksgiving holidays.
The Board will meet on said date for
the purpose of receiving bids for repairs
to the two health centers and the old
courthouse, but no other business will be
considered.
Dated this November 8, 1977.
BOARDof COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Jimmy O. Gortman, Chairman
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appreciation for the tremendous support you gave us during the
recent municipal election. The record number of voters
participating in this year's election process certainly indicates
that the residents of Mexico Beach have a high degree of civic
interest and public spirit.


We pledge that our best efforts will be oriented toward a
progressive government that will serve all the people and make
this a better town in which to live. With your assistance and
active participation in community affairs, we are certain the
present and future problems of the town can be solved,



Your Newly Elected Town Council


M. L (Bob) Hale

Chris King


Pauline Field

Bill Henderson


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PATE'S SERVICE CENTER


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The day starts with Sunday
School at 9:45 a.m., with
Ira Mount presiding. At the 11
o'clock services the feature
speaker will be Colonel James
E.P. Randall, base com-
mander of Tyndall Air Force
Base. Tyndall is home of the
Air Defense Weapons Center
at Panama City. Colonel Ran-
dall is one of the highest
ranking black officers in
today's Air Force. He is
among the very few black
base commanders in U.S.


Reception

A reception honoring Fr.
Peter Le Maire, the new
pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic
Church, kill be held this Sun-
day, Nov. 20, at the St. Jos-
eph's Parish Hall on 20th St.
from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Hostesses for the event will
be the ladies of the St.
Joseph's Altar Society, and
they extend a cordial invita-
tion to all the people in the
community to attend the
reception, meet Fr. Le Maire
and enjoy the refreshments
and fellowship.


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history.
For the six o'clock services ,
another special speaker antl
entertainment will be present
that will benefit us during the
harvest season.
Everyone is invited to
worship with us in all these
services.

CARD OF THANKS
I would like to express my
sincere gratitude to the fol-
lowing nurses, Mrs. Benna
Player, Miss Fran Allen, Mrs.
Sarah Maddox, Mrs. Evela
Booth, Mrs. Ruth McClamma,
and Mrs. Sally Jenkins-for
working so hard to make my
stay at the hospital pleasant
and for taking such good care
of my new baby boy, Russell
Gavin, and I. Especially want
to say thank you to my physi-
cian, Mrs. Anila Poonai for
doing such a wonderful job.
The flowers and gifts I re-
ceived were so beautiful and
nice, and I appreciate all of
you for sending them and
thinking of me at such a
special time in my life.
Thank you again.
Tami McMillian










THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1977


PAGE SEVEN


-Lawrence Burkett and Tommy Anderson, left to right,
had a tall tale to tell about this 24 pound sturgeon they
brought in from the River Friday. They both said the big fish
jumped in the boat. Sounds like a fishy tale to us.
S-Starphoto


Roscoe Lynch, right, and his brother,
Mark, were the first nimrods of the hunting
season to bring a deer by The Star office to
show it off. Roscoe shot the seven-pointer on


the Tyndall Reservation early Saturday
morning, the first day of the season.
-Star photo


Chris King killed this fine buck on the
first day of the season, up near Tallahassee.
The buck has a fine set of antlers which will


look good on the wall and will probably be the
topic of many tales in the future. -Star phdto


misc -


24' x 7%' oyster skiff with DRY cleaning carpets is
small cabin. Nearly new, easier, faster and safer with
holds 60 bags of oysters. HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Brand new st,,.oyster tongs, Joe, Furniture, .2291251.
Allfor $500. 229637 ', -, t"
2tc 11-17


Free kittens to good home, 6
weeks old and litter box train-
ed. Call 229-6153 or come by
109 Yaupon St.
tfc 11-17

GARAGE and CLOSET
SALE-Cathey's Corner, 20th
St., Mexico Beach. Saturday,
Nov. 19th, 9 til 2 CST,

GARAGE SALE-Saturday
only, Nov. 9. Dish washer,
furniture, antiques, silver,
knick knacks and many other
items. 101 Sea Street, Mexico
Beach. tfc 11-17

Save $700. Sears 16 h.p. S.T.
tractor, 3-pt. hitch, 40" disc
harrow, 5 shank cultivator,
plow, wheel weights, all for
$1,500. Only 22 hours on trac-
tor. Call 229-6303. Can be seen
at 304 12th St. tfc 11-10

1973 Honda motorcycle, ex-
cellent cond. $500. 229-6303.
tfe 11-10

1972 LaSalle mobile home,
12' x 65'. Furnished. Assume
Sloan, $135.10 monthly. 229-8418
or 229-3041. tfc 11-10

1975 Suzuki TC-100. Call
after 4 p.m. 229-6005. 2tp 11-10

1972 750 Honda chopper.
Custom frame, Harley wheel,
extended front end. $800. Call
648-5152. tfc 11-10

Boston Terrier, spayed fe-
male, 7 mos., friendly. $50.
648-5379. 2tc 11-10

One Duncan Fife dining
room table with 6 chairs. Call
229-6111. tfc 11-10

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

BEEF SALE-Farm prices.
30c per pound, you haul off.
Avg. 450-800 pounds per head.
Black Angus. Call after 5p.m.,
648-4836. tfc-10-20

8' x 20' house boat. Sleeps,
Four. 229-6788. tM-
1972 LaSalle mobile home,
12' x 65' completely furnished
with air conditioning. 229-8418
or 229-3041. tfc 9-22

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


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, 229-001.

New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tillers
and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center, 301. Hwy. 98, HV.
229-601. tfc 4-28

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


For Your
MARY KAY
Cosmetics
Call
Wanda Brown
229-6132


tfc 4-28


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







Two BR furnished apart-
ment, 509 10th St., 229-6688.
tfc 11-17

Furnished 2 BR apartment
at beach, central heat & air,
panelled walls, carpet, 1 blk.
to beach. Adults. No pets. 648-
4208or 648-4201. tfe 10-13

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 10-13

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
and garbage disposal furnish-
ed. Private entrance. Phone
*648-5153. tfc 10-13


Large bayfront lot, six room
house in Highland View. $4,000
down, terms, total price $14,-
000. 763-0962. tc 11-10

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

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

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

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

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

Cottage and two lots, 211 2nd
Ave., Highland View, corner
lot, 648-5332. tfic9-8


PORT ST. JOE
Are you looking for more
than a home? Come see this
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.

Older home in excelleift
condition. 3 bdrms. den or
4 bdrms., bath, liv. rm. -
dining. Fenced yard. Rea-
sonably priced. 1610 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.


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

Large three bedroom
house with den on large
corner lot. Central heat and
air. $37,000.00.

Six lots and one bedroom
camp in C.F. Hanlon Subdv.
on Dead Lakes, north of
Wewahitchka. Priced for
quick sale at $7,000.00. Lots
or house alone is worth the
price.

105' x 75' lot, near Gulf at
Indian Pass Beach. Only
$6,500.00.
FRANK HANNON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
229 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
227-3491
3t 11-17

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


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 oh Hiway 71.
,Six acres with spacious
dble. wide mobile home.
Liv. rm., dining rm., big
family room, 2 bdrms., 2
baths, fully carpeted. Can
be bought separately or to-
gether. Mexico Beach.

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 lot, St. Joe
Beach 2 blks. from Gulf.
Reasonably priced.

Looking for a permanent
home in a vacation atmo-
sphere? We have a 3 bdrm
11/2 bath home. Beautiful.
large lot 100' x 285'. You
must see this to appreciate.


E. B. MILLER REALTY
E. B. MILLER 648-5364 PATTY MILLER
Reg. Real Estate Broker Associate


3 BR, 1 bath, living room,
separate dining room, den,
large kitchen with eating area,
large lot. 619 Garrison Ave-
Que, phone 227-8751,. te5-12

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


I


Two BR house for rent on
Duval St., Oak Grove. 229-
6961. tfc 11-17

St. Joe Beach duplex. Un-
furnished, min. 6 mo. lease. 2
bdrm., 1 bath $110.00 per
mo.; 1 bdrm., bath $100.00
per mo.
E. B. Miller Realty
648-5364
tfc 11-17

2 bedroom furnished trailer
at St. Joe Beach. 648-7581.
tfc 9-29
3 BR furnished trailer, cen-
tral h & a, washer, dryer,
carpet. Overstreet, 648-7581.
tfc 10-13

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

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

For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone
227-2271, 219 Reid Ave.
Why live in the crowded
city? Move your mobile home
to peace, quiet and tran-
quility. Water, garbage collec-
tions, yard mowed, live lei-
4'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: 3 bedroom, 1 bath
furnished house at Beacon
Hill. Call 229-6961. tfc 11-10


I I AN E ,


UNIY OTCE


WANTED: Girls between There will be a regular com-
grades 1 and 3 who are inter- munication of Port St. Joe
ested in becoming.Brownies. Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M.,
Contact Dereama Kent at 229- every first and third Thursday
.6945 o..furtlhr inqratiop at 8:t p:m ; i *,j,
.... ,, .EI.. C'tiArC DLER, W.M.
F. E. Brogdon, Sec.


R.A.M.-Regular convoca-
tion of St. Joseph Chapter No.
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-7 :
days, 8 p.m. All visiting coni-
"-.panionsk.welcome :... .
." J. L. SIMSI H.P.
E. William McFarland, Sec.


S I


Drafting-House plans and
plant lines drawn. Call 648-
5639. Itc 11-17

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

Psychological Services for
anyonewith problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf !County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-2691. (24 hr.) tfc 4-28

Carpentry Work
Saw Filing
Hand saws, table saws and
skill saws. Call Bert Hall,
listed as White City Fire Dept.
229-6210.
tfc 11-10
Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 227-7657
tfc 5-9


THE SAMPLER SHOP
1306 Woodward Ave.
GIFTS
Hours: Tues.-Fri. 5-8 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. -7 p.m.
tfc-7-14
""I""" 1""|


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

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

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


KENT SERVICE C.
GE Dealer
New & Used Appliances
For Services or Parts
I Call 229-6394
tfce4-28 j

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


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

Septic Tanks Pumped Out
Carefoot Septic Tank .
229-8227


LEWIS FLOOR CLEANING
All Types
229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 9-20
Private instructions -on
clarinet, sax and other wod-
winds. Hour or -hour lessons
available. Contact 229-6676 for
further information. Donald
Durham. tfc 9-29


GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets-
Vanities -Mill Work '
Cabinet Hardware & Tops.
White City, Hwy. 71
Glen Combs
Shop 229-601 or
229-6530
tfc 9-1


BRYAN'S
Furniture Stripping & -"
Refinishing
Reliable and Reasonable
Call 648-5152
Behind Mexico Beach..
Shopping Center
tfc 6-2


4' ,I: !`i:


MISC.~




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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1977


Wewa Gators Scuttle


- Wayne Richburg at
Tommy Thomas
Chevrolet
704w. th St.
PanamCity
ie.. 1 c2


Sharks End Tough Season Sneads Pirates, 6-0
.'rl. ,


For over 5.000 years. RX has sym.
bolized mdn's weapons against
disease. The ancient Egyptiahs
used the magic eye-of Horusi
God of Day, as a charm to guard
them against ills and suffering.
: enturits later, the eye reap.
Speared in a form similar to our
"4't and evolved gradually into
its present RX. But your doctor
doesn't depend on Horus or
Jupiterr..he relies on your Rexall
Pharmacist and the improved
drug products your pharmacist
stocks. You, too, can rely on
Rexall brand products.

YOUR
7 1 PHARMACY

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


SCompletes His

Naval Training
Navy Fireman Calvin G.
:Grantham, son of Thelma
:Brown of Wewahitchka, has
completed recruit training at
:tbe Naval Training Center,
;prlando.
A During the eight-week train-
i.i'g cycle, trainees studied
generall military subjects de-.
signed to prepare them for
:further academic and on-the-
ijob training in one of the
Navy's 85 basic occupational
:fields.
SIncluded in their studies
>vere seamanship, close order
(irill. Naval history and first
a&id.
-: He joined the Navy in,
August. 1977.

l c Don't Let
SThis Happen
To Youl


'.See Us First....
Radiators Are Our
Only Business!!.

FREE
COOLING
SYSTEMS
CHECK!
Complete Radiator
Jobs

on the car 28L-

off the car 1850
SERVICE STATIONS E GARAGES
Radiators Cleaned E Repaired
For $16.50
We repair auto air
conditioning condensers.
All Work Guaranteed
90 Days.


OK,



Service
525 N. Cove Blvd.
(Acroos From Bay Memorial Hosp)
785-4524


wewanitcnKas uators
seemed satisfied just to run
foot races in their game
against the Sneads Pirates
last Friday night. The Gators
travelled 249 yards over the
football field and collected 38
more yards passing, but put
only six points on the score-
board against the Pirates.
This'was enough to win, and
the Gators hung another vic-
tory on their belt, defeating
the Pirates 6-0.
Clyde Gray gave the Gators
their winning margin when he
broke over tackle and out-ran
the defense to the goal line in a
THE YARDSTICK
Sneads Wewa
First downs 6 212
Rushing yards 69 249
Passing yards 40 38
Return yards 75 20
Passes 11-4-1 13-3-3
Punts-average 7-33 3-35
Fumbles-lost 1-1 1-1
Penalties-yards 6-45 4-45


Port St. Joe's Sharks closed
out their first disappointing


grid season in several years the mighty Blourtstown Ti-
last Friday night, but still held gers to a respectable score-


81-yara ramble. uray was
named back of the week
recently by the Tallahassee
Democrat for just such exhibi-
tions.


ITe Gators stout aefense,
which has served them well 11
year long, held the Pirates to
only 69 yards rushing and 40:
yards in the air.


Bowling News


especially in the first half.
The Sharks played the Ti-
gers a whale of a defensive
game in the first half, holding
the explosive Tigers to 14
points..
The Tigers, collected their
first half scores in the first
.quarter. On their first drive,
the Tigers drove from their
one yard line, where Rick
Taylor had placed a Shark
punt, the length of the field in
15 plays to score on a four yard
pass from Steve Bailey to Don'
Harbin in the end zone, Fer-
nando Jackson's kick for the
extra point was good.
The Sharks thought they
would surprise the Tigers
when they got the ball after
the kick, on their own 28 yard
line. Rick Taylor rolled out to
toss a pass to Duane McFar-
land, rather than plow ahead
for, four yards in a cloud of
dust. The trouble was, that
.Curt Garrett was roaming in
that vicinity and leaped in
front of McFarland to inter-
cept the aerial and romp into
the end zone untouched for a
cheap touchdown. Jackson
again put the extra point
attempt through the uprights.
The Sharks blanked the
Tigers during the entire sec-
ond period.
The Sharks were just'unable
to get a drive going. Every
time they would make a good
gain, a penalty would nullify
it. Just before the half, Keith
Neel took a flare pass for a 15
yard gain, but a clip brought it
back. Duane McFarland then
came around the opposite end
for 141 yards and Neel spurt-
ed through the line for four,
only to have the half end on a
desperation pass for the end
zone.
The Sharks were still in the-
game when the second half
started and the fans had
visions of the second half
performance of the week be-
fore in their minds. The, Tigers
quickly put the damper on
such hopes when Steve Whit-
field uncorked a fine 46 yard
run on, the second, play of the
half to score for the Tigers.
Jackson missed his only extra
point kick of the night.
The Tigers scored again in
the third period, with 2:53
remaining in the period, when
Whitfield again ran over from
the 15 yard line and Jackson
kicked the extra point to give


Apalacll beects..
Standings:
Team
St. Joe Furniture
Florida Bank
Pepsi Cola '
Container Div.
Murphy's
Renfro
Cowgirls
Apalach Selects


W L
29'2 10%/
27 13
26 14'
21 19
19 21
19 21
14 26
41/ 351/V


Candles
Girls of the P. E. Classes of
Port St. Joe High School are
selling candles to help raise
money for more athletic
equipment.
They urge you to start the
Christmas season off right by
purchasing these Christmas
candles, which come in three
styles: madonna, church, and
dear Santa. Each sells for
$3.60. The candles are vanilla
scented, and will not be a fire
hazard as they are in hard
glass, and are self-extinguish-
ing.
Contact Ms. Elaine Peters,
Ms. Barbara Eells at the high
school at 229-8251, or any of the
girls, and place your order.

them a 27-0 lead and dash the
Sharks hopes of coming back.
The Tigers again opened a
period-the fourth-with a
score when Jackson put the
last points on the board for his
team with a nine yard run,
then kicked the extra point.
But with a 34-0 deficit, the
Sharks still didn't .lay down
and quit. They still put on the
big hit on defense. They just
couldn't move the ball on
offense.
The Sharks had only two
breaks in the game. These
came in the last period when
they recovered two Tiger fum-
bles.
About mid-way in the period
the Tiger quarterback fumbl-
ed the ball and the entire
Shark line was on it before it
hit the ground. The Shark
offense still couldn't go and
Rick Taylor was forced to lay
a punt on the Tiger five.
.The Tigers leaped to the
Shark 15 in only eight plays
and seemed headed for an-
other touchdown. Whitfield
dropped the ball, however and
Keith Neel pounced on it. He
put on his racing shoes and
came all the way back to the
Tiger 35 before he was stop-
ped. With only 51 seconds left
in the game, the Sharks just
ran out of time.
The 34-0 victory gave the
Tigers the District 3AA cham-
pionship and was probably
their first stepping, stone to-
ward a second state cham-
pionship.
THE YARDSTICK
B'town PSJ
First downs 1.7 4
Rushing yards 285 66
Passing yards 50 0
Passes 7-4-0 6-0-2
Punt average 2-39 8-38
Fumbles-lost 5-2 1-0
Penalties-yards 3-45' 3-35


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Place Your Order Now for

Fresh Fruit Baskets
Limited Supply

Thanksgiving Cards & Party Good

Potted Flowers Chrysanthemums, poinsettias,
kalanchoes, Jerusalem cherry


t Call Us to Wire Flowers Anywhere


The Sugar Plum Tree

Florist Gift Shoppe
319 Reid Ave. Phone 229-6010


Help your businessmen of tomorrow by
being prompt with your payment.


C. L. (Cat) Sylvester

Tallahassee Democrat






SUPPORT


Your School's

Athletic Program


Your support builds

community pride


Phone 229-6805


!ZT/i c4tIdt acI JAouE
323 REID AVENUE
Post t.qoz, -7,t4 a 3z46


Ralph Swatts
Tommy Thomas
Datsun
2435 Lth S
PanniCfty
...cmw


You Are,Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Jerome Cartier,
Minister of Music


Wed. Nite Ladies' League
Bowen's Cowgirls won four
games .from Container Divi-
sion on lanes one and two.
Marguerite .Scheffer led the
Cowgirls with a 152 game and
418 series. Lila Gibson had a
138 game and 365 series for
Container Div.
On lanes three and four,
Renfro took three games from
Pepsi Cola. Sydney Taylor
bowled a 142 game and Cathy
Howell a 401 series for Renfro.
Jo O'Barr (sub) led Pepsi Cola,
with a 185 .game and Pat,
Nachtscheim a 438 series for
Pepsi Cola.
On lanes five and six, St. Joe
Furniture and Murphy's split,
each taking two games. Ber-
tha.Clayton bowled a 160 game.
and Faye Capps a 437 series
for St. Joe Furniture. Janet
Murphy bowled a 155 game
and Lou Mork a 425 series for
Murphy's. Brenda. Mathes
picked up a 3-6-7 split.
On lanes seven and eight,
Florida Bank and Apalach
Selects each took two games.
Alice J. Martin, led Florida
:Bank with a 166 game and 438
series. Kathy Chumny bowled
a 182 game and 421 series for
Annleh S laif^ '


Vie Gilbert puts the shoulder to the Tigers help put the Tiger runner on the ground.
Don Harbin as James Parker comes up to --Star photo


Dusty May falls on a fumble as Keith Neel Battles also go for the ball in Friday night's
and Barry Nobles and the Tigers' Mike action. -Star photo


Northside Warriors


Raising Funds


The Northside Warriors
men's basketball team has
been engaged in projects to
raise'.money. On October 31,
they gave away a box of
chickens to Ricky Harper of
White City.
The purpose of this project
Swas to purchase uniforms 'for
the team.


Team members are: David
Barnes, Charles Beachum,
James Clemons, John Crosby,
Robert Dickens, Frankie Fen-
nell, Norris Langstoh, Brad-
ley Lowery, Kloskia Lowery,
Chuck Peterson, Wayne Russ,
Thomas' Sims; Claude
Thomas. Nick Ward, Johnny
Thomas, coach, Gilbert Tho-
mas, asst. coach, and Durey
Cadwell. trainer.
Other activities are planned
by the team in the future. The
support of everyone is needed
and appreciated to make this
a successful basketball sea-
son'


Selling


Bring Your Family and Friends
to

Top of the Gulf

Restaurant
Highway 98 at 42nd St. in Mexico Beach
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM CST November 24th


Thanksgiving Dinner

Special

Roast turkey with dressing, gravy, mashed
potatoes, vegetable, salad, apple pie, coffee
or tea.

Adults, $3.95 Children, $2.45
I (( 12 and under)
(Bring this Ad for Special Gift Certificate)


You're Invited



to A Reception

In Our Lobby


Wednesday, November 23

From 9 AM to 2 PM

We'll be Closed All Day Thursday
THANKSGIVING DAY



Florida First National Bank


at Port St. Joe

Phone 227-2551


.


-With Loss to Blountstown


Please Pay Your

Paper Boy

PiTrmptly

MONTHLY-$4.75 month due by 10th of mo.


See The St. Joe Boys


L;. I





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Ladies Winter League
On lanes one and two,
Raffields won three games'
from the Surefoots. Betty Han- -
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series. Diane Whitfield was
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series.
On. lanes seven and eight,
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Eleanor Williams had a 189
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Nett Henderson was tops for
St. Joe Tel. and Tel. with a 188
high game and 482 high series.
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Williams Alley Kats 34 6
St. Joe Tel. & Tel. 26 14
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Raffields 14 26
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Upon motion by Comm.
PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1977 Ken y, motioned by Comm
Branch, and unanimous vote, School
the Board approved payment
for listing in the band birth-
day calendar.. Lunch Menu
The Board received the Ex-
teMsion Service Monthly Monday, Nov. 21
rep Board received daily Spaghetti with meat sauce,
f the inspection reports 82-90 in the cheese toast, cole slaw, green
Oak Grove Project and re- beans, milk.
ports 129-138 on the library Tuesday, Nov. 22
G ulf C ou ty C o0 project from Inspector Red Hoagie sandwich with let- *
Gunn. tuce and tomato, buttered
The Board received annual corn, fruit cuip, milk.
financial reports from the Wednesday- Friday y ,
.: T Board Clerk of the Circuit Court and NO SCHOOL--
The Board of County C mate had not been approved area is a major problem and the Property Appraiser. THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS Available from Commercial News Providers
issionersof Gulf County, because it had not been re- that a saturation of septic The Board received a copy
SFlorida metOctober 11,1977in ceived. Red Gunn, Inspector tanks and surface water wells of letter from Rep. William J.
regular session with the fol- for the project, stated that he could possibly endanger pub- Rish requesting State Cor Food Stamp
Slowing members present; had received the estimate and lie health. He urged the Board mander of the Veteran of For-
C chairman Everett Owens, Jr., turned it, down because it was to meet with water experts eign Wars construct a Vet- Offi Open
: Kennedy, Otis Davis, Jr., inaccurate and that he had it concerning this wrea before erans Retirement Home on fic
SWilliam R. Branch, and on his desk with a note to Mr. the commission approved the Dead Lakes in Wewahitchka
: Jimmy 0. Gortman. Also pre- Newkirk asking him to. re- subdivision plat. The Board on property owned by the Wednesday
sent was Attorney William J. submit the estimate, He stated reqtdested Mr. Schweikert State of Florida.
Rish, Sheriff Ken Murphy, he had been on the job to tell notify them of results upon Upon motion by Comm. The Food Stamp Office in
; Road Superintendent Lloyd Mr. Newkirk this and Mr. receipt;of all water reports he Kennedy, seconded by Comm Port St. Joe, located at 607 W.
Whitfield, Mosquitq Control Newkirk was not present. Mr. has. iquested in the area. Branch, and unanimous vote, Highway 98, Highland View, 4 b m 0 W 0 -* 0 "
1 Director Tommy Pitts, and Gunn stated he was on the job Mr. Gunn, Building Inspec- the Board approved invoice will be open Wednesday, Nov. _
Deputy Clerk Jerry Gates. daily at 8:00 a.m. Mr. Nations tor, ld the Board that emer- no. nine from Architect oisue food stamps.
S,:The Sheriff called the told the Board that neither he gentcipection of electrical Charles A. Gaskin in the 2 o issue foo stamps. *4 -
hieeting to order at 9:00 a.m. nor Mr. Gunn was satisfied hookoips might necessitate a amount of $321.35 on the lib- This change is due, to 1 mu 0 b 01 0W
"; Aeverend Bill' Stephens with the clean-up, road work, 7-day, 24 hour per day elec- rary and application no. seven Thanksgiving being on Thuirs- a .
S"opened the meeting with and failure to have the lines tricallispector. He suggested from the Contractor, Kolmetz day, Nov. 24th, which is a .
Sprayer and led the pledge of de-watered and would recom- the Board waiver the permit Construction Co. in the holiday. The hours of issuance oa mw *
j. legiance to the flag: meant that no further work be in case of an emergency since amount of $18,169.00. will be unchanged, announced _i_ _e-
.-The minutes of September. allowed until the engineering the courthouse was closed and The Board received a let- Juanita S. Melvin, Supervisor. A 4 0 .. 1 -'
: 27 were read, approved, and recommendations were fol- a permit could not be obtain- ter from Jerry Brook, Dis-
adopted. lowed. The Attorney stated ed. The Attorney agreed to trict Forester, advising that
S : Richard Sublette, Depart- that he had been in contact check into the matter. small landowners can obtain Board's action. 5-eight hour workdays during Gortman and Branch voted misunderstanding.
S meant of Environmental Regu- with the principals involved Mrs Jean Peters, Florida free fire line plowing to elimi- Mosquito Control Director the months of November, Nay. Commissioner Gortman
lation, appeared before 'the and his understanding was State Employment Service, rate fire hazards. For the Tommy Pitts told the Board December, January, and Feb- Commissioner Owens re- stated Mr. Garrett on the
SBoard, along with officials of that an arrangement had been told the Board that the Green most part projects will be he would like to advertise for ruary. He stated he felt the quested the Road Superin- cutoff in Wewahitchka had
SJ B, Converse Engineering worked out and the contractor Thumb program in "Gulf completed in 15 minutes or sale one surplus % ton 1964 Board would get more ac- tendent place spoil from ditch agreed to spend $1,500.00 on a
SFirm and officials of the town should be back oh the job by County has authorization for less of continuous equipment Chevrolet truck, property complished due to the winter cleaning in WhiteCity in areas retaining wall if the Board
of, Mexico Beach, to discuss the end of the week. 17 positions, of which three are operation. number 70-56. Upon motion bymonths having less daylight that it had washed from. would backfill erosion along
S Public Law 92-500,, .and its The Board received notice new positions recently obtain- The Board received employ-. Commissioner Branch, sec- hours and harsh weather. Upon question, Sheriff Ken the river caused by water
." ;, rieation to the comprehensive from Sikes Concrete that New- ed through the efforts of Rep. ment applications from John onded by CCommissioner commissioner Kennedy Murphy was told to contact running off a county road. The
: 201 plan study made for the kirk Construction was in- RishShe stated the positions Michael Weeks, Rebecca Kennedy, and unanimous stated he would second the the Road Superintendent if Board took no action on this
S beaches area. He stated that debted to them in the amount are fr persons 55 and over Jeanninne Goodson, Kenneth vote, the Board agreed to motion for discussion. emergency road work was matter.
b i worked with counties in an of $3,618.05 andfrom Gwinnett who are economically disad- Wayne Arnold and Earl W. advertise for bids to sell this Commissioner Davis said he needed on the weekend. Commissioner Gortman
.7 attempt .to obtain federal Utilities, Inc.in the amount of vantaged. Hunter. vehicle, bids to be received felt there would not be as Commissioner Kennedy re- said he had contActed Neal
fding for sewer projects. He $16,347.92 on Oak Grove job. Russell Stevens, Regional The Board approved utility November 8, 1977, at 9:00 a.m. much work accomplished due quested the Chairman check Lumber Company and they
S slated that he had identified a The Attorney stated the Board Coordinator, Green Thumb, permits for the Oak Grove Upon request by Road to the additional traveling with Freddie Branch of the had agreed to allow the Board
: core area including Mexico only response to this should be thanked-,the Board for their Water and Sewer project. Superintendent Lloyd Whit- time on the extra day. Con- Department of Transportation to cut trees and place spoil on
each, Beacon Hill, and St. to forward a copy of the bond efforts on behalf of the Green The Clerk announced that field, Commissioner Owens missioner Owens stated he felt concerning a ditch that is not their property in order to
J:'-oe Beach so that the compre- to the companies; Thumb program. since this was the first meet- moved the Board advertise for there was ten hours of day- draining on SR. 71 in the clean a ditch draining into the
J-lensive 201 plan could be Ronnie Boone appeared Comm. Branch moved the ing of the new budget year bids to be received November light and the Board should vicinity of Raymond Parrish's cutoff for Mr. Cooper -in
.34eveloped. He said that. before the Board to discuss his Board pay the Municipal Hos- that reorganization could now 8, at 9:00 a.m. to purchase one remain on the 4-ten hour day house. The Chairman agreed Wewahitchka. The Board took
-~exico Beach had contracted dismissal from employment. pital $347.00, one-half of the take place if the Board so 1978 1 ton pickup truck as per workweek. Commissioner to check on this matter. no action in this matter.
. l':ith the J.B. Converse Engi- He stated that other malpractice insurance on the desired. The Board agreed specifications on file in the Kennedy said he would like to Commissioner Kennedy
Snering Firm under a 75 per employees were guilty of emergency room doctor from that it would be a proper time Clerk's office. Commissioner remain with the ten hour day said several people had con- Mosquito Control Superin-
; cnt federal grant to complete same infractions as he and Tyndl-Air Force Base per and the Chairman called for Davis seconded the motion provided the starting time was tacted him about a job for tendent Tommy Pitts notified
Sthfe 201 study and it was now should also be dismissed. The the original agreement, nominations for Chairman for and it passed unanimously. later to allow the employees to Mrs. Betty Tharp and he the Board he was promoting
S plete. He said that the. Board agreed and Co- Com Kennedy seconded the the new year. Comm. Davis go to work during the daylight would like the Board to con-y Joe avis to junior
Recommendation of the engi- missioner Branch moved that motion and it passed with then nominated Comm. Jim- Sherathiff Ken Murphy stated hours. Commissioner side her in case of an operator at a base pay rate
Sneers had been that the most a policy be adopted stating Comm. Kennedy, Branch, arnd my Gortman as Chairman. As mthat hs office n ws re n Kennedy then moved as a opening. Commissioners $4.62 per hour, or $4.32 per
economically feasible plan that any employee pur- Owens voting Aye. Commis- no other nominations were numerous complats about substitute motion that the Davis and Owens stated they hour with the pay raise of30
was to build a sewage treat- chasing, using, orhaving pos-. sioners Gortman and Davis received, Comm. -Branch roving dogs and the Board Board keep the present 4-ten had alsobeen contacted and cents perhour. The Boar
twat wldnt M o moved the nominations cease, might be faced with this Board keep the present 4-ten had also, been contacted and cents per hour. The Board
ment plant in Mexico Beach session of illegal drugs or voted Nay. hu. moved the nominations cease, -might an.f hour day workweek and move requested she submit an ap- concurred.
at would serve Mexico alcoholic beverages during The Board received notice whereupon the Board unani- problem gain the starting time forward so plication. The Board directed the
SLBach, Beacon Hill, and St. duty hours would be auto-' that permanent Road Depart- mously approved Comm. Commissioner Branch that the men would go to work Commissioner Gortman Clerkto pay the Property
SJoe Beach. He stated that matically terminated.. Conm- mente I*ployee Dixie McDan- Gortman as Chairman for the moved the Board close the during the daylight hours and asked if Ceta Employees Dan Appraiser, Sammy Patrick,
Z Critical subdivision lines missioner Kennedy seconded iel hi0designed to take anoth- 1977-78 fiscal year. Comm. pipe shop for at least six quit during the daylight hours. Daniels and Charles Hood had $173.91 as fees for collecting
w ere being crossed in this plan the motion and it passed er position. Comm. Branch Davis thenmoved Comm. Wil- months and it that doesn't Commissioner Owens sec- failedtoreceivethe same pay taxes for the St. Joe Fire
i: d he would like to know to unanimously. stated he felt the position liam R. Branch be nominated work, reopen it and buy new onded the motion. The raise as other employees. District and $37.84 for col-
:; ~hat extent Gulf County The Board received a bill should not be filled due to the as Vice-Chairman. As no other forms to make better pipes. Attorney advised the Board Finance Officer Jerry Gates electing taxes for Tupelo Fire
: uld partico e intle plan. ron it asap wE. oducts, large number of Ceta ef- nominations were received, The Chairman announced that tTat passage of the subltitue ~strict. The Bord als.di-
j ically. = were akn utefo-li ol $9 5.;loye-a 3no1 W ^ted 'that updn returI of
-ically, they were 'asking .~it~ th r of $99,45 ~iloye' r iot by F- n-- Knii:d? inovedrf~h'e the rflotidf died f6F~' lack of a 'mitionwould ilIl-t original 30 t e a upon reiii~l of
ulf County to finance larger forechecking ihe new Warner Board through the Federal nominations close, whereupon second. motion, Upon vote, the motion for each'year of employment these fees by the Property
Ssbwage lines ($40,000 esti- Swasey hydraulic excavator government. After discussion, the Board unanimously ap- Commissioner Branch passed with Commissioner and he would be happy to Appraiser that the respective
;: mated costs, 75 per cent for using oil. The Road Super- Comm. Davis moved that the proved Comm. Branch as stated that he would like to Owens, Davis, and Kennedy explain the pay raise:to the amountsbe redeposited into
rl federal Grant, 25 per cent intendent stated the machine Road Superintendent fill the Vice-Chairman for the 1977-78 move the Board establish voting Aye. Commissioner two employees if there was a the fire district accounts.
Local Funds) from the treat- was still under warranty and position by recommending a fiscal year.
r ent plant to the Gulf County he felt the board should not Ceta employee to, the Board Commissioner Davis then
Line in case the rest of the have to pay this bill. The that is qualified to handle the 'moved the Board rehire all
I beaches decided to ever hook Board directed, the Clerk to machinery that would be oper- employees for the new fiscal
p to, the system. He stated send the bill to Pilot Equip- ated. Motion seconded by year. Commissioner Owens
;:~hat once this 201 plan was m-ent Company and notify Com 'Kennedy. Comm. Ken- seconded the motion and it
-a acceptedd that the Federal them that the machine was. nedy then moved the position passed unanimously. Newly
:EEnvironmental Protection still using oil: be amended to make sure that elected Chairman Gortman
'Agency would follow it and it The Clerk notified the Board seniority would be considered, stated he would make depart-
: 'might preclude Gulf County that the Workmen's Com- The amendment was seconded mental assignments at the
from obtaining a federal grant pensation payment would be by Co~ m. Gortman. Upon next meeting...
for any other plan. due in November and the vote, the amendment passed Attorney Rish stated that he
The Board stated that they matter of self-insurance had unani~diously. Upon vote, the had prepared the advertise-
E were interested in water and still not been cleared up. The motion passed with Comm. ment for publication to close
sewer for the beaches and this Attorney stated. he was Davis, Owens, Gortman, and the beaches to Vehicular
plan. called for only sewer. In working on it and would obtain Kennedy voting aye. Commis- traffic from Sunland to the St.
Addition, they stated they had a print out of the amount of sioner Branch voted Nay. Joe State Park. Commissioner
:'not had time to study the claims paid during the pre- The Board authorized the Owens stated that he would
Splans. They stated the main vious year. use of the County Commis- like the minutes corrected to
objection was the plan was The Clerk reported that the sion Room by the Comptrol-, show that he voted against this
developed by, engineers hired Architect would like to know if ler's Office on December 5, for matter, not for it as reported
byathe town of Mexico Beach the Board wanted baked ena- a public hearing concerning a in the minutes and that for-the
and they were not sure Mexic inel letters for the library new bank in Port St. Joe. record he was still against it.
Ie: Bach was capable of name at $15.80 a piece for 52 Th Board authorized use of The Clerk agreed to correct
handling this project in light of letters for a total of $884.00 or the Library Meeting Room by the minutes. Commissioner
Recent troubles the town had bronze letters at $24.77 a piece the Nbrthwest Florida R.C.&D Branch stated he had received
experienced. Representatives for 52 letters for a total of Historic Committee on Tues- numerous complaints about
of the engineering firm stated $1,387.12. Comm. Kennedy day, October 25, provided the. the Boards action on this ,
fiye alternates were con- moved the Board purchase the Library is completed and the matter and would now move -
sidered and the recommen- bronze letters. Comm. Branch libraian can schedule the the Board rescind the motion
..dation had .been the most seconded the motion and it meeting. The Board suggest-'h to advertise for a public
.: economically'feasible in their passed unanimously. The ed that all future requests be hearing orn 'this matter. .
opinion. The Board stated they Architect also requested the made to the head librarian for Commissioner Kennedy
: would like to have a work Board notify him as to who scheduling, secondedh the motion, stating .'^ .- ... .:-
; ::session with EPA officials should be recognized on the The Board received a check he had also received ri- -
preset to study the planned plaque of the building. Comm. for $4,220.59 and appreciation mrousingor building a equipment And it can help
advise EPA exactly how Gulf Kennedy moved that the from the Department of Nat-. and apetpassed unanimous If you're buying or building a equipment. And it can helped
County felt. In turn, it would names of the Commissioners al epre o a and the Board requested the
SgiveEPA chance tomake its i.names office during the start of arl Riesource for clearing up Attorney notify the persons new home, you're probably you choose among the
r.i give EPA a ken in d chance to make its in office during the start of tar-lik:ubstances along Gulf requesting this hearing of he io on
;riosition clear to Gulf County construction be placed on the County beaches. requesting this hern concerned aon what variohs al
:,concerning EPA Grants to plaque. Comm. Gortman Countbeaches. COn erned about what your various options available to
'. Gulf Counmty, provided they did seconded'th motion and it monthly energy bills will be. get the most energy effi-
k-not approve the plan. The passed unanimously. Comm.
Monday, October 17, at 6: Boaennred obtain pricques for plae To W hom It M ay And that's where our ciency for your budget.
pm.E.S.T. to discuss this ques for the Ambulance build- Energy Saver Program for And, by building to
:.::mziter. further, ing and the Mosquito Control Concern
tee Nationsee irneident, builig .oardrece- ConCern new homes can help. Energy Saver Program
iFlirida Engineering,, pre- The Board received a let-
:sented a.letter to the Board ter from Shands Teaching Please notice that on each cemetery deed is It provides guidelines to standards, you could save
concerning the Oak Grove Hospitaland Clinics in Gaines- printed the following: "The party of the help yo determine the up to 35% a year in energy
:!Water and Sewer Project. ville requesting a contact help you determine the up to 35% a year in energy
The Clerk announced that individual within Gulf County first (Jehu Cemetery Co., Inc.) reserves themc
There was other correspon- with which to coordinate the right to collect assessments on this lot for most energy-efficient con- costs.
dence concerning this matter Florida Health Care Respon- the- purpose of improving, maintaining, instruction and equipment for Be sure your new home
andperhapsitwouldbebetter sibility Act. The Chairman
if they were taken in se- designated Financial Officer protecting, and beautifying the grounds of your new home. It answers qualifies for our Energy
'quence.(1) A letter from Jerry Gates as the contact the cemetery. This deed is made and ac- your new home. t answers qualifies for our Energy


- Florida Enginering ted individuals i under the express condition that the your questions on insulation, Saver New.Home Award.
A October 6, stating that no The Board received a let-yo insulation,
S further partial payment esti- terfromCounty Sanitarian,N. partyof the secondpart (you, the members) glass areas, heating, cool- For complete details on the
mates would be made until the .C. Schweikert, concerning the shall pay such assessments or any interest
contractor de-watered the Armstrong open and the thereon as provided in the bylaws of said ing, solar water heating program just contact
system so that existing lines Saylor Scrap Metal Operation. cpao oh
could be inspected. (2) Aletter The Chairman requested the cemetery corporation; and in that event (of another household .u. o r builder or our
from Tom Newkirk, Newkirk Board write Mr. Schweikert in non-payment) said parcel of land shall yo .
SConstruction Corporation, appreciation of his efforts in revet '"to the corporation, except that no ".~~' O local office.
Stated October 10, stating that these matters. portion of any lot s l so r rt.
: he must be paid all approved The Board received letter used portion of any lot shall so revert." "
progress payments within 10 from-N.C.Schweikert, County
a days or he would be forced to Sanitarian, concerning a pro- JEHU CEMETERY CO., INC.
2 terminate the contract, and posed subdivision named Pen- l
r stating that his last estimate insula Estates to be located John (Bo) Jones, President Florid
%gfg payment had not been between Sunland and St. Jos- Dollie V. Weeks, Sec'y.-Treas. P o
:iated upon. (3) A letter from eph State-Park. Mr. Schwei- P owr
. "~ive Nations, stating that the kert stated that obtaining pot- w
'latest partial payment esti- able drinking water in this


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