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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: December 1, 1977
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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 14


Deep Water Port- Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORTST.JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1977


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Saturday Morning In Giant Parade




Santa Claus Coming for Annual Visit


SJaycee Christmas parade chairman Carl
Bowen said Saturday's big annual parade to
welcome Santa Claus to Port St. Joe will have
a large number of entries for what he
describes as one of the better Christmas
parades to presented here. Bowen reported
Monday of this week that several float entries
have already signed up and "We always get
several last minute entries just as we are
getting ready to lay out the parade", he said.
Santa will be welcomed in the traditional
parade beginning at 10:30 with a long line of
floats, bands, decorated cars, marching
groups.and hordes of youngsters of all ages
lining the sidewalks.
The big event is sponsored annually in a
joint venture of the Jaycees and the
Merchant's Association. It traditionally opens (
the Christmas shopping season here in Port- /
St. Joe '
S The City street crews have been busy this
week getting up the street decorations in
preparation for, Saturday's big event. i (
Santa Claus will bring up the rear of the )
big parade, riding on the City's fire truck, '-
tossing out candy to the children along the
street. Following the parade, the awards will,
be announced for the winning floats.


PARADE ROUTE
The parade will take its Usual route north
: on Reid Avenue to First Street, then down
Highway 98 back to Fifth Street where
judging of the eligible floats will take place,
and prizes awarded.
Cash prizes are awarded to the top three
floats entered by non profit organizations.
Floats of merchants and industry are not
eligible for the cash prizes.
SThe Jaycees will be marching in the
parade carrying an out-stretched blanket to
Catch change tossed by the bystanders. The
money collected from this activity each year
is spent to bring Christmas to underpriviledg-
I, ed children in the county. The Jaycees take
S the children on a shopping tour and give them
S(.a a Christmas party with the funds collected.
BIG SALE
S. Merchants in Port St. Joe are ushering in
the Christmas season with a big pre-Christ-
mas sale which begins today and climaxes
I '' t c Saturday wit ,the entry of Santa Claus onto
) the festive scene. The merchants are putting
forth some of their savings in a special
S' 12-page section inserted into this week's
Sedition of The Star.
IIn addition to the big sale, the merchants
have arranged for free parking throughout
the remainder of the week.


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13 Going Before Judge Here Monday
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Thirteen men, arrested, at
Cypress Creek, Mexico Beach
and near White City on July 21
h in connection with a huge
marijuanasmuggling incident
will go on trial here in Port St.
Joe.at the Gulf County Court-


house Monday of next week.
Three more men, arrested in
the same case have already.
entered guilty pleas and will
not face the court Monday.
Defendants in the trial will
be: Danjgl,.C rrie, Terrell


Cecil Green, Marcus James
Renfro, Jr., Paul David Mc-
Cann, Martin James Laurich,
James Ray Morgan, Russell
Johnson Thomas, III, William
Baron Stronach, III, Robert
Lee Bales, Gary J. Griffith,


Arson Suspected In Fire


A mystery surrounds a fire
Wednesday morning at 33.
Avenue'B where a late model
LTD Ford was burned.
According to .local Police
Investigator, David Rogers, a
attempted burglary was re-
ported to the department from
the residence at 333 Avenue B
about 10 minutes before the
fire alarm was sounded.
When firemen arrived at the
scene, after the alarm was
sounded, they found the car,
owned by Pearlie Mae Martin
of 111Liberty Avenue, burning


inside.
Mrs. Martin had just ;come'
to the address to visit Dorothy
Daniells. who had just phoned
police that she had found signs
her house had been tampered
with during the night.
Police suspect arson in the
case of the burned car. Inyes-
tigator Rogers says it appears
as 'if lighter fluid had been
squirted in the back seat of the
car and set on fire.
Mrs. Martin had just beeh at
the Daniells for a few minutes


when a neighbor told her that
her car was on fire.
The Daniells hqme had been
vacant for a while the night.
before while the family was at
church. Wednesday morning,
Mrs. Daniells found a screen
from a rear window cut from
its frame. The window had not
been opened.
Port St. Joe Police are
investigating both the at-
tempted entry into the home
and possible arson of the
automobile.


John Mitchell Kerce, David
Benton Linhardt and Lexing-
ton Malco Dunlap.
Lawrice Rheem Welsh,
Thomas Henry Jones, Jr., and
James 'tElwoqd Welsh have
already entered guilty pleas to
their charges.
All of the defendants have
been charged with possession,
importation and conspiracy to
possess marijuana. They live
in all parts of the Southeast
United States.
,The 16 men were arrested in
an early morning raid on July
21. Some of the men were
arrested at Cypress Creek in a
van and three pick-up trucks
with camper shells filled with
marijuana, by Gulf County
Sheriff's Deputies, the Florida
Marine Patrol, the Florida
Law Enforcement Agency and
Federal officers.
The illegal weed was
brought in from South Amer-


ica and off-loaded from boats
to the vehicles at the old
dynamite loading facilities on
the Gulf County Canal near
White City. Law enforcement
officers were hiding in the
woods and witnessed the
transfer of the contraband.
The drug bust, which netted
some three tons of grass
valued at over $2 million,
made the news all over the
Panhandle at the time of the
arrest.
Marcus James Renfro, Jr.,
was apprehended, the day
following the arrest. of the
others, in the Ward Ridge
area, in bad condition. Renfro
was suspected of being the
person who ran from the
arrest site at Cypress Creek
and was the object of' an
intense search in the early
.morning and most of the day
following the arrest. Renfro
was arrested and said to have
been in bad condition from
running through the woods for


several hours.
Renfro was to have been
tried, alone, last week, but his
attorney was ill at the trial
date' and his trial was post-
poned bntil Monday, along
with the rest of those arrested
The 16men will be tried as a
group Monday.
The defendants face a. max-
imum penalty of five years in
jail, and a $10,000 fine.


Digging Starts

Work started in earnest thip week on installation of twin
:42 inch pipes to carry off surface drainage water from the
area in eastern Port St. Joe. In the photo above, the digging
has been started by Square "G" Construction Company
under the watchful eye of inspector E. F. Gunn and City
Clerk, Mike Wright. This scene is on 20th.Street, just east of
Garrison Avenue. -Star photo


Power Bills Going Down


Florida Power electricity customers will
get a reduction in their power charges
beginning with the month of December,
according to Jim Cox, local manager of the
utility.
The power company has received appro-
val of the Florida Public Service Commission
to reduce their charges, beginning with' the
December billing, by $4.81 per 1,000 kilowatt


hours.
The charge for 1,000 KW under the new
rates will be $41.94.
Cox said the reduction in charges is being
made possible by Florida Power's increased
output by its nuclear power plant, reducing
the reliance on fossil fuels. Milder weather
during October also reduced the demand on
the power facilities.


Application for New Bank


Will be Aired In Hearing


A public hearing will be held
at the Courthouse here in Port
St. Joe Tuesday of next week,
to take testimony regarding
the formation of another bank
here.
The office of Comptroller
Gerald Lewis, will have a
representative at the hearing
to take the testimony of local
people as to the whether there


is or is not a need for another
bank in Port St. Joe.
A group of local business
men and citizens have filed for
a charter for the Bank of Port
St. Joe, a state bank, to
operate here. The group con-
sists of Frank Hannon, Cecil
G. Costin, Jr., Dr. Wayne.
Hendrix, Silas R. Stone, Ed-
win Williams, James B. Rob-


Teachers, Board, Both


Reject Master's Report


Decorating

The City of Port St. Joe is beginning to take on the
Christmas look, as City street crews set to work this week
putting up lights and decorations throughout the downtown
area in preparation for the Christmas season.
Street Superintendent, Dorton Haddon said work will
proceed with the decoration installation until the job is
completed and, hopefully, they will be up and ready to go for
the week end parade and sale which normally kicks off the
Christmas season here.
In the photo above, a string of lights is hung across
Highway 98 and at left, a decorative piece is placed on a
utility pole. -Star photos


Both the Gulf County School
Board and the Gulf County
Classroom Teachers have re-
jerted the recent report of the
"al master who was called
ii. .ake a suggestion on

Tools Taken

from School

Bus Storage
Gulf County Sheriff Ken
Murphy said this week that
burglars had broken into the
school bus barn at Ward Ridge
over the week end and took
several tools from the build-
ing.
The loot was found by some
boys playing in the woods and
reported to the Sheriff's De-
partment.
Murphy said the stolen ar-
ticles were valued at ap-
proximately $1,000.


stalled negotiations over sal-
ary and insurance questions.
The School Board has re-
jected the special master's
suggestion on insurance paid
by.the Board for the teachers.
The teachers rejected the
salary suggestion of a three
percent increase and accepted
the insurance portion of the
report, which called on the
Board to pay $11.00 on a
hospitalization policy.
Both the teachers and school
Board rejected 'the open end
negotiations which the special
master suggested. He recom-
mended another look be taken
at the School Board's financial
status later in the'year and
more salary be paid if money
was available.
The matter will now go to a
public hearing, with the
School Board acting as a jury
in the hearing, which will be
set in the near future.


erts and Gannon Buzzett, all of
Port St. Joe and Bill Grant of
Monticello.
The hearing will be held in
the Commission meeting room
of the Courthouse from 9:00
a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The group tried, unsuccess-
fully, several years ago to get
a national bank charter to
operate in the city, but the
application was turned down.
This latest attempt is to
secure a state bank charter.


It's Time to

Start Letters to

Santa Claus
It's time again for kids to
begin thinking about writ-
ing those letters to Santa
Claus for printing in The
Star in the annual Chrias-
mas week issue.
Already some' letters
have come in.
As is the custom of The
Star, all letters will be
printed if they are received
in time, and then mailed on
to Santa Claus.
Just write the letters and
send them to The Star, Box,
308, Port St. Joe, Florida:
32456.
All letters should be
mailed or brought to,The
Star office by Friday, De-
cember 16.


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,ITORIALS:


Now that the crops are laid by,
farmers All over the nation are using
their free time to protest the low
prices they are getting for their
work and investments.
One area editorial writer quip-
ped recently that he felt the farmers
would make more of an impression
if they quit driving those huge,
S expensive tractors to their protests
and try to look a little more in need.
Since we know this publisher has
:iIo know just how expensive the
necessary equipment is to get his
paper out each week, he has to
change his mind if he will but think a
moment. If it were not for the big
tractors and the other sophisticated
machinery which has now become a
necessity to the farmer, we couldn't
afford what they grow. It has
become too expensive to use manual
labor for almost anything. That's
why we have become a "throw-
away" society. :Whei something
breaks, it's cheaper to replace it
than to repair it.
Farmers are business men and
deserve a fair return for their
labors. They have tried everything
from parity (which farmers say they





SW1hol

Who is your hometown mer-,
chant?
Your hometown merchant is the
one that invested more money than
he possesses, more time and effort
than is good for him, and more faith
in the future of the community than
many of his fellow citizens have.
But he is also the one, who,
lacking support from those same
fellow citizens, might one day turn
S out the lights, hang an "out of
business" sign on the window and
lock the door for the final time.
Crisp autumn days and cool
nights remind us that the holiday
season will soon be here. But your
Hometown merchant many weeks
and months ago began preparing for
the holidays, by going into debt for a
supply of merchandise to provide
ample selection for his customers.'
As the season progresses, the
people of Gulf County would do well
to give a thought to their neighbor
down the street who owns or


do not want) to acreage allotments
to keep from turning out too much of
the same thing.
The plight of the farmer is that
when his product is ripe, so is the
produce of every other farmer. This
drives his price doyn.
It isn't feasible to stagger the
growing season since it cannot be
controlled by mere man. So some-
thing else has to be tried. It's a cinch
we can't have ourtfarmers stop
farming.
Whether or not the protests are
the answer, we don't know. All any
-protest seems to do is to stir
animosity toward the ones protest-
ing.
The farmer is in a peculiar
situation. He depends on the fickle-
ness of nature to turn out his goods
and upon the need of the masses of
humanity to sell it. He is in a pretty
tenuous situation no matter which
lyqook a' it.
.. We hoph they'get-better satisfac-
tion out of the government in solving
their problems than other people
have, such as the steel industry, the
shipping industry, the postal ser-
vice, and on and on.


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operates a local 'business place.
It is easy to climb into the family
car and head for a distant shopping
center.
But it is good business to start
your shopping at home, and give
support to your hometown mer-
chant.
He is the one that supports your
local schools and community ser-
vices with his taxes and donations.
He is the one that provides the
convenience of a nearby source for
goods or services.
He is the one that works with
others through a community busi-
ness association to bring progress
and growth to the area.
If you need something in a hurry
. he is always"there.
This holiday season, and
throughout the year, remember
your local merchant. If you are not
there when he needs you, he will not
be there when you need him.
And then we all suffer.


Farmer Say Their



Situation Is Desperate


After that cold snap we had Friday and
Saturday, it's hard to realize that I saw people in
swimming at the beach on Thanksgiving day. I
didn't ride out to the beach on Saturday, but I
think it's safe to say there was nobody in the
water during that brisk cold windy spell we had
over the week end.
Thanksgiving was a beautiful day here in the
Panhandle. The boys and I went out on the
Overstreet Road to do a little dove shooting and
it was a fine day to be out in. I didn't get a shot at
a dove they all flew on the opposite side of the
field but it was still an enjoyable half
afternoon.
On Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiv-
ing, I had an invite to go eat Thanksgiving dinner
with the older generation who are being tended
to by the new organization which has recently
started operation here in Port St. Joe to see that
our senior citizens have at least one complete,
hot and nutritious meal a day. Mind you, I'm not
old enough to partake of that service as yet, but
since I received an invitation from Mrs. Joe
Griffin and Mrs, Mary Elliott to attend the
dinner, I went.
One of the first things I thought of when I
arrived at the Motel, where those who come to
dinner are served in a private dining room, I
thought of a speech the director of the area
guidance council made to the Rotary Club
recently. He made the observation during his
talk that the older people are the most neglected
group of people in our nation today. He pointed to
their real heeds, such as transportation, since
most of them have quit driving; their need for a


Club Hears

Clenney
John Clenney, director of
the Gulf County Recreation
program, spoke to the Kiwanis
Club Tuesday at their regular
meeting, telling the Kiwan-
ians of some of the activities
directed by the county-wide
program.
Clenney said the depart-
ment coordinates all recrea-
tion activities in the county.
Here in Port St. Joe, the
department operates the sum-
mer boys baseball programs,
the men's softball league,
gymnastics, flag football for
adults and children, biddy
basketball and the summer
recreation program.
In addition to the play part
of the recreation program, the
department also oversees ex-
ercise, art, ceramics, crafts
and a host of other activities
for older people.
The department is also co-
ordinating the Senior Citizens
Association program, which is
presently feeding around 80
senior citizens who would not
ordinarily be getting a oot
nutritious meal every day.
The department also super-
vises the Green Thumb pro-
gram in Gulf County, a pro-
gram designedito hire unem-
ployed to aid the elderly in
maintenance of their home or
perform other services for
them. They also supervise
CETA employees in the Coun-
ty, who are unemployed per-
sons hired by the federal
government to fill certain
positions.
Club secretary, Johnie Mc-
Curdy announced to the club
that shipment of 1,000 dog-'
wood trees will be arriving on
Thursday (today) which the
club members are planning to
plant beside the highways
coming into Port St. Joe to
beautify the city.

Kid Crusade

at Oak Grove
Harvest Time, a crusade for
kids, is currently underway at
Oak Grove Assembly of God
church. The crusade will con-
tinue tonight and Friday night
at 7:15 each night.
Dan and Sandra Hartman
are the evangelists conduct-
ing the crusade and use a
variety of acts appealing to
children. They utilize magic
tricks, puppet, shows, illu-
strated stories and prizes to
keep the children's interest,
David Fernandez, pastor,
extends an invitation to all
area children to attend the
program.


By-Billy Norris


Bible Notes


KEY WORD: GOD'S
PROMISES
As our minds put the
thoughts of the Thanksgiving
season behind us our attention
begins to be focused on the
largest holiday of the year,
Christmas, the celebration of
the birth of Jesus. In reading
the account of Jesus' birth in
the Gospels, our children and
perhaps some adults too might
get the impression that this
was a "spur of the moment"

decision of God.
We really need to know that
all of history was pointing to
this very thing. God promised
Jesus to the world. God pro-
mised Jesus to King David in


Chiles Boosts Rish for Work with Aged


Representative Billy Joe
Rish is a "leader of the
Florida Legislature" in rep-
resenting the interests of the
state's elderly citizens, U.S.
Senator Lawton Chiles said
Wednesday. Specifically,
Chiles praised Rish's ideas for
alternative methods of caring
for the elderly.
Chiles made his comments
at a hearing in Tallahassee on
alternatives for providing
health care to older Ameri-
cans. Chiles is a member of
the Senate's Special Commit-
tee on Aging.
J'ish, D-Port St.- Joe, ap-
pdared at the bearing to
.'-describe Florida's new pro-


gram for caring for the elderly
at home, which Rish
sponsored and shepherded
through the Legislature last
spring. Rish said the program
is not meant to replace the
state's current practice of
subsidizing care inside nurs-
ing homes. But, he said, the
new plan provides an alterna-
tive to institutionalization.
Under the plan, the state will
help provide necessary subsi-
dies to families who care for
elderly citizens in their
homes.
"This way", he said, "mid-
dle income families who could
not otherwise afford to keep
their loved ones at home will


receive some assistance. The
elderly will be happier, the
families will be happier, and
the burden on our overcrowd-
ed nursing homes will be
reduced."
Chiles was openly impress-
ed by the plan. "I want to say
that this is the direction our
society should be going',, he
said. "This is a fresh new look.
Representative Rish is to be
commended for his state lea-
dership in this area. He has
opened a lot of eyes, and has
established himself as one of
the leaders of the Florida
Legislature in promoting the
interests of our older citi-
zens."


Rish expressed appreciation
for "the Senator's kind
words", but stresses, that
"there is much work left to be
done."
"For too long, our elderly
citizens have been ignored",
Rish said. "Their contribu-
tions to our society have been
immeasurable. But we should
not forget that they can still
make many contributions in
the future. We should bend
over backwards not to hinder
their efforts."
Rish said passage of his
program is "evidence that the
Legislature is starting to come
around. The people of Florida.
and their elected officials are


Psalm 132:11. We also need to
know God always keeps His
promises.
Isaiah 7:14 contains a very
important promise, "There-
fore the Lord himself shall
give you a sign; Behold, a
virgin shall conceive, and
bear a son, and shall call his
name Immanuel." The pro-
mise of Jesus to the world was
made even in the book of
Genesis. We know it was
hundreds of years before the
fulfillment of the promise
came. But at the proper time
God brought itto fruition.
We must never feel God is
slack concerning His pro-
mises. During this Christmas
season, let's be attentive to
God's promises in His word
and with renewed faith know
He will bring to fulfillment
every one of them.


beginning to realize the im-
portance of this issue. Hope-
fully, there are good things in
store for the future."


High and low tides for St.
Josph's Bay for the upcoming
week are shown in the table
'below. The information is fur-
nished by the U. S. Weather
Bureau Station in Apalachi-


The use of spectroscopic pho-
tography for investigating the
chemical composition of stars
was pioneered by English
astronomer Sir William
Huggins in the 19th cenutry.


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hot, full meal each day, since most of them no
longer cook "Since there's only one at home to
eat"; and the real need for simple companion-
ship.
There's nothing here that costs a whole lot of
money or takes too much of a person's time, but
the speaker at the dinner meeting of Rotary
made his statement like it was nearly a life or
death matter with the older people.
I knew most of those who showed up at the
dinner, but it had never entered my mind that
they might need such a simple thing as
companionship among their own age group and
friends.
This new organization also takes meals to
the homes of those who cannot get out. They do it
.every day and have personal contact with the
older people, seeing to their needs and giving 1
them a personal contact with the outside world.

I mniy hear froht this one Ibud'`id long from
the women, but the women's meeting in Houston
last week was too good a piece to pass up without
a comment.
Bella, Rosalyn, Betty and Lady Bird were all
there. The federal government paid for the
"conference".
Admit it now, ladies, don't you think this is
the rankest kind of discrimination against us
lowly males? The federal government hasn't
financed a national conference for us men.
Where's the justice?
I'm glad men and women aren't equal. It's
that inequality which keeps life interesting.
I would hate very much to see the ladies be
forced to use the cramped public facilities
furnished for us men in many places. It would
take something out of a baseball game to see a
pretty young thing come to bat, shake her fanny
at the pitcher like the men do, lean dangerously
over the plate and, worst of all, turn her pretty
head to spit out a wad of tobacco juice just as the
pitcher wound up. Who wants to see ladies
playing football? The holding penalties would
slow the game up something fierce. I wouldn't
want to see ladies in the boxing ring..With the b
official boxing uniform we have Woday, there
would be just too much distraction for the judges
in the case of no knockout. And, should a sweet
young lady become a father, things would just >
degenerate beyond repair.
No ladies, stay as you are. If you were meant
to be the same as men, you would be cursed with
the need to shave every morning, too.
Us men will just pass up our government
financed national convention.

Anwar Sadat is now famous the world over
for his trip to Jerusalem. Politicians the world
over try Jo come up with gimmicks to become
known by their constituents. Anwar did it in only
three days. That was a master stroke of genius.
George Will, in his columninn Newsweek
quipped at 0tj ehad of his column, "Pharoah in
the Promisel d '. Anwar is the first Pharoah
to make it acrossthe Red Sea without getting his
feet wet.
From what we see.of the news reports, he
didn't promise all that much as a concession. He
promised peace if the Jews would give back the
land they had conquered, including Jerusalem.
Pharoah Anwar should have thought of the
possibility of losing the land before he tried to
cross the sea against the will of the Jews in the
Six Days War.

George Burns, who quit school in the fourth
grade, finally got his diploma the other day. The
papers said Bums left school 75 years ago. Since
Burns is now 81, either the wire service people
should check their arithmetic or George started
school very early.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1977.


Machinists continued through the early part of this week, with the two parties
coming to an agreement. The Machinists and. paper company agreed to
IvJ 'L I nFI e S Ng essentially the same wage and benefit increases as did the other two unions. In
:I the photo above, the Machinists and paper company representatives sign the
The international Association of Machinists joined the Papermakers and contract. They are, standing, left to right: J. E. McLeod, Frank Sisk, John
electrical workers unions in signing their working contract with St. Joe Paper Howard, Charles Norton, Ferrell Allen and Tommy Dixon. Seated are, left to
Company for another twoyears on Tuesday of this week. The papermakers and right: L. L. Copenhaver, Harold Quackenbush, Barney:McCroan and J. W.
electrical people signed their contract last week, but negotiations with the Oakes. -Star photo


Mrs. Ruth Tharpe

Taken by Death
Ruth Mildred Tharpe, 64, 'Active pallbearers are:
died Monday morning in the Tommy Gardner, P.eevey.
West Florida Hospital in Pen- Mims, Jerry Barnes, Joe Fort-
sacola. She was a native of ner, Johnny Adains, Cecil
Foley, Alabama, and had been Lyons, Jr., Robert Whittle and
a resident of.Port St.:Joe for Jimmy Burke..
the past 40 years. She was a Honorary pallbearers are:
member of the First Baptist Dewey Davis,. Rex Buzzett,
Church and the Executive Gannon Buzzett, Byrd-Parker,
Housekeepers Assoc. of North- George Core, Cecil Costin, Sr.,
west Florida. Cecil Costin, Jr., Jimmy Cos-
SShe is survived by her tin, Ashley. Costin, George
husband, Clifford J. (Windy? Tapper, Joe Whaley, Bill Wha-
Tharpe of Port St. Joe; a son, ley, Walter Richardson, Louis
Clifford J. Tharpe, Jr. of Johnson, Tom Byrd, Joe Bad-
Grand Ridge;* two daughters, ger, Henry Chason, T. S.
Mrs. Betty Joe Rich of Port St. Singletary, Tom Coldewey,
Joe and Mrs. Linda Ernestine -.Ralph Knight, Frank Pate,
r -l4ls ,,lQf: Pevsacola- ,her,- ?j, healy, P. D Prows,
-' mother, Mrs. Frances Allien David Rich Billy Milton John-
Myers and step father, C. W. son, Grady Keels.
Myers of Panama City; four Also: Buck Griffin, L. D.
brothers, Charles E. Myers, Davis, John Rich, A. V. Bate-
Claude L. Myers, Eldon Ray man, John Presnell, Emory
Myers and Billy Joe Myers, all Stephens, Duffy Lewis,
of Panama City; a sister, Mrs. George Davis, Ralph Macom-
Lois Cook of Gulfport, Miss., ber, Temple Watson, Otis
and 10 grandchildren. Pyle, Bill Parker, Harry Lee
Funeralservices will be. Smith, ohni: Strickland, Tim
Funeral er es will be. Griffin, Harold Hinote, I. C.
held today at 3:00 p.m. in the Car den, Bob Moore, Bill Mont-
First Baptist Church of Port gome h
gomery, Roy Irwin, John
St. Joe, with Rev. C. *Byron Blount, Welton Roche, Ed F.
:Smith and Rev. Bill Heaton' McFarland, Tony Barbee,
officiating. Entombmient will
George Cooper, Robert Wil-
be in the family mausoleum in R
olly Hill Cemetery. liams. Wesley (Red) Ramsey,
iolly Hill Cemetery. Dr. Wayne Hendrix, Braxton
St. Clair Funeral Home of Ward, Bill Fleming, L. Z. Hen-
Port St. Joe is in charge of all derson and Raymond Law-
arrangements. rence.


Fewe ..

Fromthe High School


By WOODY JONES
SWell, only 12 school days
Until Christmas vacation and
only about 24 days until Christ-.
mas, so you'd better hurry up
and write your-letters to
Santa. I'm having a pretty
hard time writing mine be-
cause I can't decide between
the Weeble's Playhouse and
Stretch Armstrong. Maybe I'll
ask for both.
On a more serious note, the
Junidr Class has invited Santa
Claus to drive his sleigh down
to Port St. Joe, so you can get


Orvil W. Reid is the guest of
the Northwest Coast Baptist
Association this week, He and
Mrs. Reid were missionaries
to Mexico until his retirement
in 1976.
Mr. Reid will be the guest
speaker Tuesday night.here in
Port St. Joe as area Baptists
gather for their annual "Mo-
bilization Night" service to be
held at the Long Avenue
SBaptist Church. The program
Swill begin at 7:00 p.m.
The Reids were stationed in
Tuxtla Gutierrez, Mexico,
where he was a field evangel-


your picture taken with him
for a mere $2.00.
With the wrestling season
coming up, the wrestling team
was given a glimpse of what a,
real wrestling meet is like by
participating in a full scrim-
mage Tuesday. This is mainly
in preparation for the first
meet against. Bay High on
Dec. 13.
And that's all the news
that's new at Port St. Joe High
School this week.


ist for the southeast part of the
country. Mrs. Reid was a
church worker.
Reid's hobbies include-
weight lifting and jogging. He
also enjoys writing prose and
poetry. He is the author of
three books in English and six
books in Spanish.
A native of Stigler, Okla., he
was graduated from Okla-
homa Baptist University,
Shawnee, with the bachelor of.
arts degree. He has also
studied at Southwestern Bap-
tist Theological Seminary,
Fort Worth, Texas.


PAGE THREE


Dr. Hendrix Hit by Attack
Dr.. J. Wayne Hendrix, a
physician here in Port St. Joe ( iI
for the past 30 years, was I
stricken with a heart attack
Monday evening and is cur- A AI
rently in the intensive care


unit of the Gulf Coast Hospital
in Panama City.
Dr. Hendrix had trouble
sleeping Sunday .night and.
delayed going to his' office
until noon Monday. According
to the office staff he worked
until 6:20 and then went home.
. Upon arrival at home, he
,egan to experience disdbm-
fort again and his wife called
Dr. Joe Hendrix to come*
examine him.
Both doctors agreed that Dr.
Hendrix should. go see a
specialist in Panama City and
the Doctor departed imme-
diately for Panama City. By
the time they reached Tyndall
Air Force Base, .Dr. Hendrix
began to have chest pains.
Upon arrival at the hospital
he was placed in intensive
care and has been .theie ever
since.
According to information
released to The Star fby Dr.
Hendrix's receptionist, Mrs.
John Core, Hendrix is now
resting comfortably and hav-
ing no pain. It will still be a
day or two before a prediction
can be made on his recovery.


First Aid Course Begins Monday


Beginning Monday, D
at. 7:00 P.M.,. Gulf (
Community College an
'Joe Ambulance Squad w
sponsoring a basic Firs
course to all interested
dents of Gulf and Fra
counties. This will be'
hour credit course that
pre-requisite to enrollme
the five hour credit court
Emergency Med
Technology.
This will be the first
that these two courses
been offered on a credit
in Gulf County.
Sf you are interested ii
co rse, contact Jim Gre


ec. 5,. 229-8362 after 6 p.m. or Jean
Coast Arnold at 648-5000 during the
d St. day.
rill be The First Aid. course will
t Aid last one week with classes
resi- from 7-10' p.m., Monday
inklin through Friday. Cost of the
a one course is $12.00 for persons out
is a of Gulf County. Gulf Co.
ent in' residents should call early as
rse of the Ambulance Squad will
i cal only sponsor a limited number
after which Gulf Co. residents
time will also pay $12.00.
have Remember, you do not have
.to be a member of an
n this ambulance squad to use the
g t knowledge gained through-this
-worthwhile course. It may
'L' i ft to b,, e i ho the mntc


6erieficiari5 h6i0r you pgnd


., Lases

Tried In

Court
Three cases were tried in
Circuit Court here in Gulf
County last week, in a three
day session at the Courthouse.
Circuit Judge Larry G. Smith
presided 'over the 'session
which found two men guilty,
one innocent and a fourth,
innocent by reason of insanity.
A jury .found Homer Goff
innocent of charges that he
had burglarized a dwelling.
Goff was released of the
charges by the jury.
James Earl Gathers and
Jimmy O. Gathers were tried.
Tuesday on charges of aggra-
vated assault.
The jury found the two
guilty of battery, a lesser
charge.
Wednesday, Patrick Henry
Bowers, a felon, was charged
with possession of a firearm.
The jury listened to all the
evidence then ruled that Bow-
ers was not guilty by reason of
insanity.
Bowers was scheduled by
the court for further investiga-
tion as to his sanity.

Cub Scouts

List Activities"
An activity calendar for the
Cub Scouts for the coming
week has several activities in
which the Cubs will be involv-
ed.
On Saturday morning, the
Cubs will gather at 9:30 a.m.,
on Fifth Street for the Christ-
mas parade.
Den 2 will meet at 2:30
Monday for the regular Pack
meeting.
The December Pack meet-
ing Will be held Thursday,
December 15 at 7:00 p.m., in
the Scout Hut.
All Cubs are urged to take
their rummage sale items to
the Scout Hut as soon as
possible.


For Ambulance

Call 227-1115


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor
& ii; "I y .,; (..'..* *


Jerome Cartier,
Minister of Music


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PAGE. FOUR


Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Antley,
SPort St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.
..Hilton Register, Geneva. Al.,
a:are happy to announce the
*:marriage of their children,
'Janet Antley and Johnny
Register.
.:, The wedding was an event of
$Saturday, Nov. 26, at the
-.White City First Baptist
Church, at 6:00 p.m. Rev. Ted
Forrester, Webb, .Al., cousin
.of the bride,' performed the
Double ring ceremony.
SCandlelight added a lovely
glow to the sanctuary which
featured background arrange-
.ments of chrysanthemums
and gladioli in autumn shades,
set in heartshaped can-
delabra. Family pews were
marked by hurricane lamps
and bunches of grapes.
Preceding the ceremony,
Billy Rich, organist, pre-
sented a program of quiet
w:-edding music. He also ac-
:-ompaiied Donna Teale as
she sang the bride's chosen
selections, "The Wedding
.,Song", "The Wedding
.prayer", and at the close of
:.the ceremony, "You Light up
My Life".
The bride was escorted to
-tlie altar by her father as he
Save her in marriage. She was
radiant in a gown of white
organza, featuring a high.
neckline and .bishop. sleeves.
SThe bodice was finished with
tiny tucks and covered with
Svenise lace, which also
adorned the long sleeves. The
full skirt fell from an empire
Waistline to form a chapel
Length train. The flounced
hemline was bordered with
venise lace. Her bridal veil of
French illusion edged in lace,
Swas attached to a juliet cap of
venise lace. She carried a
formal cascade of talisman
S.roses centered with a white
orchid corsage, set in white
sitin ribbon and love knots.
Attending the bride as maid
of honor was Mona Davis,
Luverne, Al. Bridesmaids
were: Mrs. Susanne Deaton,
Pensacola;,Carole Antley,
Port St. Joe, sisters of the
Stride, Mrs. Darlene Antley,
Port ..St. Joe.sand Mis. Havilauj
Wise, Kingsporl.'Tenn., sister
':rof the groom; Judy Hendrix,
Miami; and Mrs. Ruth
Matthews, Palmetto. All the
Attendants wore identical
,floor length gowns of harvest



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THURSDAY. DEC. 1, 1977 THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.


MRS. JOHNNY REGISTER


designed polyester, in fall
shades of burnt orange,
brown, rust and gold. They
wore large brimmed hats of
natural straw with bands of
fabric matching their gowns.
They carried baskets of jack
straw, daisies, and pompoms.
Flower girls were Deni
Adams, Fern Park and ring
bearer was Mickey Lewter,
Port St. Joe. The pretty little
flower girl wore a long dress
of coral palyester, fashioned
after the bridesmaids' gowns.
Hilton Register served as
his son's best man. Grdoms-
men were: Rapdal Smith,
Banks, Al.; eith Wells,
Pensacola; Terry Wise,
Kirigsport, Tenn.; David
Miller, Troy, Al.; Ricky Beck
and Abb Smith, Jr., both of
Geneva, Al.
Mrs. Antley, mother of the


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d Monument


bride, wore a full length gown
of burnt orange polyester,
complimented by a cym-.
bidium orchid corsage. Mrs.
Register, the groom's mother,
wore a gown of medium green
and Mrs. Carl Register,
grandmother, was gowned in
pale green. Both wore cor-
sages of cymbidium orchids.
The wedding was directed
by Mrs. Robert Whittle.
Immediately following tlhe
ceremony, the wedding guests
were invited to the reception
area in the educational
building. The rooms were
gaily decorated to carry,out
the autumn harvest theme
wilh corniicopias and hanging
baskets of plants placed at
vantage points. As guests
entered the area, they were
greeted by Sheila Harper, who
invited them to sign the
brides' book. In the main
room, they were served
bride's cake, punch, coffee,
and the groom's cake. The
bride's cake was unique, in
design. having hand made
miniature fruit on the layers.
In another area, guests were
served snacks and dainty
sandwiches. Assisting in
serving were Jeri Rich. Ken
Whittle, Mrs. Cathy Weston,
Kari Harper. Dianne Good-
man, and Mrs. Evelyn
Harcus. Floor hostesses were
Mrs. Dene Horton and Mrs.
Mary Smith. Mrs. Eva Weston


9Ialiday t.l. 'Lfohida


coordinated the reception.
As guests were leaving, they
were given miniature rose-
buds from one of the cornu-
copia arrangements. They
contained rice for showering
the couple on their departure.
For traveling, the bride
wore a beige and brown
ensemble with hooded jacket
and the orchid corsage from
her bouquet. Following a short
honeymoon, the couple will be
at home in Slocomb, Al.
Out of town guests for the
wedding were: Mr. and Mrs.
Joel Blount and family, Mr.
and Mrs. G. B. Upton and,
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Strickland,
SPanama City; Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Blount, Columbus,
Ga.: Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Register -grandparents), Mr.'
and Mrs, Lewis Register, Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Tindell and
Gene. Slocomb, Al,; Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Register, Grace-
villle; Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Jones, Stephanie. and Clary,
Niceville; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Williams and Anthony, Mr.
and Mrs: Hughes and
Shannon. Enterprise, Al.;
Eddie Spears. Samson, A ;
Miss Jeannie Morris, Jimmy
McGowan. Abb Smith, -Jr.,
Ricky Beck. Mrs. Ed Bennett,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Van-
landingham. Mr.\and Mrs.
Abb R. Smith. Mr. and Mrs.
Lamar Beck. and Mr. and
SMrs. Hiltor Register. Geneva,
Al.: Mrs. Carl Forrester. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Forrester
and Sharon. Columbia, Al.;
Mrs. Mike Riddle. Mrs. John
Collins. Dothan, Al.: Mr. and
Mrs. Everette Kelley. Elba.
Al.: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones.
Jr.,ACrestview: Mr. and Mrs.
Terry W. Wise, Kingsport.
Tenn.. Mrs. Billy Smith, Lisa
and Bonnie. Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Forrester. Amy. Arnie and
Starla. Webb. Al.: and Keith
Wells. Randal Smith. David
Jacobs. Mark Murphy. Max
Davis. Scott Erirng. Rob
Ackerman. Richard Stabler.
Richard Spann. John Destito,
Eddie Kelley. David Conrad.
Tony Krais. Anthony.
Williams. Bill Horn. Judy
Campbell. John and Kitty
Maluda., Lisa Sharpless. Jana
Brown. Beverly Jones. Lynn
Miley. Bonnie O'Neal. Mr. and
Mrs. David' Miller. Ira Wa-
goner. Geoffrey Spann. Lang
Floyd and Freddy Teal.. all of
Troy. Al.
PRE-NUPTIAL PARTIES
On Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Antley and Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Antley hosted a dinner to
honor the floor hostesses and
servers for the reception. The
dining area was decorated
with arrangements of autumn
flowers, miniature turkeys.
and Pilgrims. The guests were
served spaghetti. salad, rolls.
dessert, coffee, and tea.

Mrs. Bill Fleming and Mrs.
Ruth Matthews 'and Mrs.
Wayne Hendrix and Judy
entertained the bride-elect
and her attendants with a
luncheon at the Gulf Sands


Miss Janet Antley.and Johnny


Register Wed In Autumn Setting


Gospel Sing at

W.C. Assembly
There will be a big gospel
sing at the White City.
Assembly of God Church this
Friday, Dec. 2nd, at 7:30 p.m.
The featured group will be
,"The Jackson's and Smokey
Paul". The pastor, Rev.
Bobby Taylor, invites every-
one to attend.

Restaurant on Friday at 1:00
p.m.
The luncheon table was
lovely with a centerpiece of
-silk flowers in autumn colors.
Placecards were adorned with
miniature silk flowers.
The hostesses presented the
honoree with a Good House-
keeping Cookbook.

Mr. and Mrs. Hilton
Register entertained the
wedding party at a dinner
Friday evening preceding
the rehearsal. The banquet
room of the Hickory House
Restaurant was beautifully
.decorated with cornucopias
filled with autumn flowers.

For Ambulance

Call 227-11 15


i..
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Designer

to Speak

at Gardent

Club Dec. 8
Jim Riggan. artistic de-
signer.'will be guest speaker
at the December 8 meeting of
the Port St. Joe Garden Club.
Mr. Riggan. who has been in
the floral business for several
years, is owner of Wayside
Nurseries and Florist and the
Green Scene. He is known for
his floral design and abilities
in decorating for parties.
weddings, receptions, homes
and for many of the balls held
in Panama City.
Members of the Garden
Club invite the public to attend
this meeting for ideas in
decorating their homes for the
holidays.
The meeting will be held at.
the Garden Center on Eighth
Street next Thursday at 3:00
p.m.

College

Night at

High School
College Night is Thursday,
December 8. at Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School beginning
promptly at 6:30 p.m., E.S.T.,
in the Commons Area. Juniors
and seniors along with their
parents will be provided op-
portunities to hear three dif-
ferent college presentations in
classroom settings. A question
and answer session will cul-
minate the program which
will provide opportunities for
further information from ot-
her colleges and universities
that were not visited in class-
room settings. The program is
scheduled from 6:30-9:30p.m.,
E.S.T.
College Night surveys were
distributed Wednesday at the
High School to all juniors and
seniors through the Guidance
Department. Parents are
urged to see that your child
returns this form to the
Guidance Office no later than
tomorrow (Friday, December
2).
College Night is being spon-
sored by the Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High Guidance Depart-
Sment:. Mrs. Sarah A. Riley,
Senior Counselor; Chris
Earley, Junior Counselor.


Engaged


Mr. and Mrs. James Russell
Moody, Jr. announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Letitia Corine, to Charles
Wayne Britt, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Ronald Britt of
St. Joe Beach.
Miss Moody is the grand-
daughter of Mrs. J.R. Moody,
Sr. and Mrs. R.H. Arnsperger
and the late J.R. Moody, Sr.
and Mr. and Mrs. D. N.
Corbitt, Sr.
The bride-elect graduated
from the University of Florida
with a BS in Mathematics and
was a member of D4elta
Gamma Sorority. She is'now
attending Gulf Coast Com-
munity College.
The groom is the grandson
of Mrs. Sam Hornbuckle and
the late S. H. Hornbuckle,
Omega, Ga. and Mrs. Reatha
Britt and the late C. R. Britt,
Merritt Island. He graduated
from' Gul'Coast Commnunit.'
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The wedding will be an
event of December 17 at eight
o'clock in the Wallace
Memorial Presbyterian
Church. Panama City.


Mrs. Walt Dickson of Nash-
ville. Ga., Mrs. Charles
Roberts, of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs.
William Mills of Blakely. Ga.,
Miss Karol Altstaetter of
Jacksonville. Miss JoBeth
Hammock of Defuniak
Springs. Mrs. Roger McDaniel
if Albany. Ga., Mrs. Terry
McDaniel, Mrs. Robert
Nastally and 'Mrs. Jim
Mashburn.




Legend has it that the water
lily was once a star.


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Luncheon

Honors Miss

Debbie Lay
Preceding her wedding of
November 26th, Miss Debbie
Lay was honored with a bridal
shower-luncheon, on Friday,
November 25th at the lovely
home of Mrs. William Alt-
staetter. Mrs. George Suber,
Mrs. Charles Brown, Mrs.
Charles Smith, Mrs. Deda
Gilbert and Mrs. William
Altstaetter were hostesses for
this delightful occasion.
The party tables were
covered with linen Maderia
cloths. Centering each table
was an antique crystal
wedding dome, under which
was placed a figurine of a
miniature bride.
The honoree was the recip-
ient of many beautiful and
useful gifts.
Guests invited to enjoy this
occasion with Miss Lay were
her mother, Mrs. Herman
Dean. her sister, Mrs. John
Christo III and Kelley, Mrs.
Alvin Huff. cousin of the bride
of Mendenhall. Miss., Mrs.
Deda Sheffield of Tallahassee.


the members of the

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

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JOHNIE W. McCURDY, Minister
" CHURCH SCHOOL ...................... 9:45A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE .......... 11A.M.&7:00P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ...... 5:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 P.M.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. DEC. 1, 1977


You can learn how to make
Arrangements, wreaths, pret-
ty centerpieces and pine cone
flowers if you attend a pine
Scone workshop today, Decem-
ber 1, from one to three p.m.,
sponsored by the Port St. Joe
Garden Club.
The demonstration and
'workshop will be held at the
Centennial Building with Mr.
and Mrs. Edward B. Reddy
from Panama City as guest
speakers for the afternoon.
Bring large and small pine
cones, dry flowers, assorted
nuts, wreaths, shells, thin ply-'
wood or plyboard cut in circles
" for wreaths, an old pair of
scissors, or anything you
might want to work with.
Perhaps you might wish to
Just come and 'observe. It is
recommended that you bring
Sa pair of gloves to work with to
Protect your hands.
A silver offering will be
taken to help with expenses.


Pine Cone Workshop December I
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HonorRollReleased


for Faith Christian


Learn to Decorate for


Yule with Pine Cones


Rev. Hugh Daniels an-
nounces the students
achieving the Honor Roll for
Faith Christian School for the
first and second six Weeks
grading period.
FIRST SIX WEEKS
Making "All A's" were:
First grade: Eddie Ramsey,
Cy Riley, Hannon Smith and
Laurel Raffield.
Second grade: Leslie
Graham. Jim Johnson, and
Ken Tharpe.
Third grade: Pam Cotter,
Robert Quarles, and Edward
Wood.
Making "All A's and B's"
were:
First grade: Paul Gant,
Michael Ramsey, Ty Young,
Jerod McNabb, Kim Clayton,
Stephanie Gilley, Shay
Asbelle, and Dewanna
Davidson.
Second grade: Darrin Calla-
way, Jerity Gilbert, Craig
Large, Traci Marion, Mar-
cella Parker, Brian Peiffer,
Shannon Presnell, William
Thursday, and Mickey
Gainnie. ;
Grade Three: Michael


Florida Nurserymen List
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Shrub C1
Trees may do the framing of
the home in the landscape but
'shrubs tie the home to the
overall design, says Florida
,Jurserymen and Growers,
",Association (FNGA). There
-'are many choices in shrubs.
:Some can be used throughout
the state. A' number may be
adapted only to the tropical or
: warm areas.
SThe two or three species of
SViburnum are adapted to all of
;Florida. Viburnum odora-
tissim a smooth leaf
species. It is rank growing and
makes an excellent shrub for
Screening large areas. The
Slaves are medium green,
' turning an off shade of green.
Sto brown or red during the
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trained into ai
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the' other hand,
growing. It has
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FIRST BAPTIST

CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
*:; STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music &
Sunday School ...................... 9:45
Morning Worship Service ............ 1:
S Church Training ...................... 6:3
Evening Worship Services ............ 7:3(
Prayer Meeting (Wed.) .............. 7:0
"Come and Worship God with Us"

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the northern areas of the state. :
te. This is a Although many areas are
eed pruning if over planted with Ligustrum
ere it cannot japonicum, it is still an ex-
form. Under cellent shrub for the home
ns it can be grounds. There are a number
n attractive of types of ligustrum. Some
'e this rapid are fine leafed. Others have
f room. variegated foliage. The
spensum, on common japonicum species is
is very slow used extensively for sheared
very rough and informal hedges. Un-
een in color, fortunately the shrub is sus- .
eddish brown ceptible to rootknot nematode. '
it -lenticels. However, it can endure heavy
shade on the infestations and does respond
e house, this to nematode treatments. It is
e. In fact, it not unusual to see Ligustrum t
the color nor japonicum trained.as a small
ell in full sun. tree. /
le shrub in all Podocarpus macropiiylla is
Srelly a tree wh'ei permitted ALICE iMA
,, enugh time to.atfifn its full ''
stature. Few home owners let
the plant grow into a tree. It is
very slow growing. Most of the
time it will be observed as a
trimmed hedge in very formal
style. On occasion the plant is Mrs. Ernest Goff of High-
used as a topiary specimen. If land View is announcing the
MEE S used as a hedge, Podocarpus engagement and approaching
MEETINGS can be considered one of the marriage of her daughter,
CLASSES finest evergreen specimens. Alice Marie, to Norman
CLUBSPittosporum has many ad- Gerald, the son of Mr. and
vantages as a shrub. It is very Mrs. Norman Martin of St. Joe
Fireplace salt tolerant and used ex- Beach. Gerald is the grandson
tensively in beach plantings, of Mr. and Mrs. Norman G.
says Florida Nurserymen and Martin of Port St. Joe and Mr.
k Growers Association (FNGA). Virgil Pate of Blountstowrn.
w9 There are two species widely Alice is a senior at the Port
P.M. planted--green and varie- St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School and
gated. When sheared, it is working with the Gulf
makes an excellent excluder
of weeds for the shade is Chris Rhames Is
dense. The few minor
problems such as cottony N val Graduate
cushion scale are outweighed Naval Graduate
by the utility and beauty of Chris Rhames, son of Mr.
Pittosporum. and Mrs. Buck Rhames of
Photinia is for the northern Berlin, Ga., formerly of
area of the state. The one Wewahitchka, has completed
species, glabra, is very color- his naval recruit training at
ful. When the new growth the Naval Training Center,
emerges, it is a pinkish-red Orlando. Chris is the grandson
and quite attractive. The of Mrs. Junior Glass of Port
shrub is a rapid grower and St. Joe.
Youth makes good screening Mrs. Glass and Mrs.
Youth material. Although it is arank Thomas Webb of Oak Grove
5 AM. grower, it can be kept within attended the recruit gradua-
0 A'M' the bounds of the landscape by tion 'review in Orlando on
) P.M. judicious pruning. November 25.
Shrubs used correctly can _
0 P.M. be an asset to any landscape.
Combine many of them with
the trees and the home Only wild roses come from
grounds will appear as a seed. Name varieties are hy-
Sbeautiful painting created in brids and every seedling will
plants, be different.
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the D.C.T. program.
Gerald is a 1977 graduate of




Highland View Church of God.
No local invitations are being.
sent tall friends and rela-
tives of the couple invited
to attend the wedding and
reception.


Thanksgiving


Bateman, Darryl Davidson,
Tommy Ford, Robbie Young,
Howard Richards, and Lee
Parker.
SECOND SIX WEEKS
Making "All A's" were:
Firstgrade: Eddie Ramsey,
Hannon .Smith. Laurel
Raffield.,
Second grade: Mickey
Gainnie, Brian Peiffer, Traci
Marion. Craig Large, Jim
Johnson, Leslie Graham.
Third grade: Tommy Ford,
Lee Parker, Howard
Richards, Edward Wood, and,
Robbie Young.
Making "All A's and B's"
were:
First grade: Michael Ram-
sey, Cy Riley, Ty Young,
Jerod McNabb, Shay Asbelle,
and Dewanna Davidson.
Second grade: William
Thursday, Ken Tharpe, Holly
Stripling, Dell Rudd, Marcella
Parker, and Jerry Gilbert.
Third grade: Michael
Bateman, Pam Cotter, Darryl
davidson, Alicia Mongold, Joe
Norton, Chris Pate, and
Robert Quarles.


Mr. and Mrs. Bill
McFarland of Port St. Joe
announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Cynthia Elizabeth,
to James Clark Tomlin, son of
Mrs. Betty Jo Lowe of
Apalachicola.
The wedding will be an
event of Dec. 10 at 7:30 p.m. at
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church. No invitations are
being sent locally. All friends
and relatives of the couple are
cordially invited to attend the
wedding and the reception

Note of

Thanks
The Port St. Joe Jaycees
wish to thank area merchants,
sponsors and residents for
their support of our 10th
Annual Jr. Miss Progiram.
Because of your support, we
were Able to give many
awards to the contestants this
year, as well ab increase the
scholarship for our Jr. Miss
1977-78.
We consider this the most
successful program ever, as
was indicated by the record
crowd Saturday night.
Our thanks go also to the
Mini Singers and St. Joe
Singers for intermission enter-
tainment.
All this backing and support
for local programs makes this
community so successful.
Thanks again.
Larry McArdle
Jaycee President

"Wisely and slow; they
stumble that run fast."
Shakespeare


following in the church social
hall.


Flea Market

at Wewa

Saturday
The Panhandle Bottle Col-
lectors Association will spon-
sor a flea market and bake
sale Saturday, December 3 in
the Wewahitchka Community
Center.
Everyone is invited to come
bring their junk and treasure.
A $2.00 donation is being asked
for table space. Some tables
are still available.
A Pierce-Simpson CB base
station (23, channel) will be
given away Saturday after-
noon.
Everyone is invited to take
part between the hours of 9:00
a.m., to 5:00 p.m.

Gospel Sing at
H.V. Church .
The Highland View Church
of God is having a gospel.sing
Saturday night, December
3rd, at 7:30 p.m.
Special singers will be 'Ihe
Bryan Brothers from Bascom,
Fl. Everyone has a special
invitation to come.


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

SUNDAY SCHOOL ................. 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIPSERVICES..... 11:00A.M.& 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
Nursery Provided Rev. William N. Stephens,
Pastor


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With Thanksgiving past and winter ahead, watch breakfast
faces light up with the delicious aroma of Thanksgiving
Coffeecake. Leftover cranberry sauce sparkles like rubies in
the warm downy bed of cake. .
Serve it fresh from the oven. Using enriched self-rising flour,
it takes practically no time at all to make. Homemade coffee
cake can be ready just as quickly as an "ordinary" breakfast.
Convenience is built into every cup of self-rising flour, because
the salt and baking powder are already added.
Goodness comes from every portion, because enriched self-
rising flour contributes the B-vitamins niacin; thiamin and
riboflavin plus the minerals, iron and calcium, to the cake.
Thanksgiving Coffeecake
one 9-inch square cake
2 cups enriched self-rising 1 cup cranberry sauce
flour* 3 tablespoons enriched
1 cup sugar flour
2 eggs, beaten 1/3 cup brown sugar
1 cup dairy sour cream 1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon grated orange 2 tablespoons softened
peel butter..
Stir together 2 cups flour and sugar. Blend eggs, sour cream
and orange peel; add all at once to flour mixture.-Mix until
smooth. Pour half the batter into a greased 9 x 9-inch baking
pan. Spread cranberry sauce over batter; cover with remaining
batter. Stir together 3 tablespoons flour, brown sugar and
cinnamon. Cut in butter until mixture resembles coarse
crumbs. Sprinkle over batter. Bake in preheated 350 F. oven
40 to 45 minutes or until golden brown.
" *Spoon flour into dry measuring cup; level.. Or follow
directions on bag.


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Fragrance

Boutique

Before Christmas


or the Ladies:
Charlie, Jontue, Cachet,
Nina Ricci, Bonne,
Skin-Musk, Tigress Musk,
Babe, Tigress, Blazer,
Heaven Sent


or the Men:
Brut, Zizanie, Macho, Joval
Musk Oil, English Leather,
Woodhie, Aphrodisia.


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SPublic Notices

INTHE CIRCUIT OpURT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 77.18
S N R'E: The Estate of
S WILLIAM PETER COMFORTER,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE.AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of WIL-
S LIAM PETER COMFORTER, de-
ceased, File No. 77-18, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Gulf County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
Florida. The Personal Representatives
of the estate are Hortense B. Comforter
and William Peter Comforter, Jr., whose
address is 601 Long Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida. The name and address of the
Personal Representatives' attorney is
set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the Clerk of
the above Court a written statement of


THE STAR, Port St.'Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1977


any claim or demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and must
Indicate the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the creditor or his
agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim is not yet due, the
date when It will become due shall bi
stated. If the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated, if the claim Is
secured, the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies of the claim to the Clerk to enable
the Clerk to mail one copy to each Per.
sonal. Representative.
All persons interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of Admini-
stration has been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenges the
validity of the decedent's Will, the
qualifications of the. Personal Repre-
sentatives, or the venue or jurisdiction of
the Court.
SMALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND OB.
SECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: Nov. 24, 1977.
-s- Hortense B. Comforter,
and
*s- William Peter Comforter, Jr., as
,Personal Representatives of the Estate


of William Peter Comforter, Deceased.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL RE-
PRESENTATIVES:
*s. Patrick G. Emmanuel of'
HOLSBERRY, EMMANUEL, SHEP-
PARD & CONDON
Seventh Floor Century Bank Tower
Post Office Drawer 1271
Pensacola, Florida 32596
Phone: (904) 433-6581 2tc 11-24

BID NO. WWP 113
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
invites bids on the following described
item:
SSTEELTANK
One fabricated 4' x 8' steel tank. This
tank shall have three weld fittings, and
man hole on top' of tank, with 4" drain
hole on bottom of tank as per or
instructions.
This tank should also have steel angle
runners on the bottom with distance no
greater than 30'/2" between runners.
This tank shall have a Safe Working
Pressure (S.W.P.) of 150 P.S.I.G. and
30" Hg. with no internal gussets or
obstructoins. Exact locations of Inlets
and outlets will be given to successful
vendor.
Bids shall sealed in an envelope and
plainly marked Bid No. WWP113. All
bids must be F.O.B., Port St. Joe,
Florida, and approximate delivery date
shown. Bidders are requested to submit


bids in Item sequence and totaled. The
City of Port St. Joe reserves the right to
accept or reject any or all- bids, waive
any formalities and to choose the bid
deemed best to meet the City's needs.
Bids must be good for 30 days after
opening.
Bids must. be submitted to the City
Clerk's Office, P. O. Box A, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456, on or before 5:00 P.M.,
E.S.T., December 6, 1977. Bid opening
will be held at the regular City Commis.
sion Meeting December 6, 1977, at 8:00
P.M., E.S.T., In the Municipal Building,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
.s. Michael J. Wright
City Auditor and Clerk It 12.1
BIDNO. WWP 114
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
invites bids on the following described
items:
STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS
ITEM 1:
3 sheets 4' x 12' x t 316 stainless steel
ITEM 2:
2 sheets 'Vr x 4' x 12' 316 stainless steel
All freight shall be included in bid.
Bids shall be sealed in an envelope and
plainly marked Bid No. WWP114. Ap.
proximate delivery date must be shown.
Bidders are requested to submit bids in
item sequence and totaled. The City of
Port St. Joe reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all bids, waive any
formalities and to choose the bid deemed
best to meet the City's needs.
Bids must be good for 30 days after
opening.


R. W. Gates Promoted by Basic, Inc.


CLEVELAND-Basic In-
corporated's board of direc-
tors has elected R. W. Gates to
the position of president of
their Basic Refractories divi-
sion. In his new position, Mr.
Gates will report to A. M.
Caito, corporate executive
vice president, refractories
and chemicals.
Prior to his recent promo-
tion. Mr. Gates was vice
president of operations and
engineering for the company's
refractories division.

Bids must be submitted to the City
Clerk's Office, P. 0. Box A, Port St. Joe,
Flordia 32456, on or before 5:00 P.M.,
E.S.T., December 6, 1977. Bid opening
will be held at the Regular City Comn.
mission Meeting December 6, 1977, at
8:00 P.M., E.S.T., in the Municipal
Building, Port St. Joe, Florida.
*s. Michael J. Wright,
City Auditor and Clerk It 12.1


A graduate of Brigham
Young University with both
Bachelor and Master of
Science degrees in geology-
mineralogy, Gates joined the
staff of Basic's Gabbs, Ne-
vada plant in 1960. In 1962, he
was appointed manager. of
western operations, a position


he held until his,1972 appoint-
ment as vice president, opera-
tions.
Mr. Gates is a past member
of the board of governors of
the American Mining Con-
gress and holds current mem-
bership in AIME.
Basic Refractories is a di-


vision of Basic Incorporated.
Other divisions of Basic In-
corporated produce chemical
and electronic products.
Gates is a frequent visitor to
Port St. Joe and is known by a
number of people here in
addition to the staff of the
Basic plant here.


Pvt. Parramore At Fort Benning


Private Floyd B. Parra-
more, son of Mrs. Alice R.
Parramore. Apalachicola,
recently completed advanced
individual training at Ft.
Benning, Ga.
During the seven-week
course, students received
training which qualified them
as light-weapons infantrymen
and as indirect fire crewmen


in a rifle or mortar squad.
Instruction included
weapons qualifications, squad
tactics, patrolling, landmine
warfare, field communi-
cations and combat opera-


tions.
Pvt. Parramore entered the
Army in July of this year.
The private's father, Roland
T. Parramore, lives in Chatta-
hoochee.


The first circus was established in 1769 by an ex-cavalry
sergeant in Lambeth, London. No admission was charged,
but a collection was taken after each performance.


Firewood for sale. $50.00 per
Struck load. Call 229-8829.
tfc 11-24

Books: The Living Bible,
The Way, The Children's Liv-
.ing Bible, Soul Food, Taylor's
Bible Story Book for Children,
SSelf-Help Edition for the Liv-
ing Bible. The Star, 306 Wil-
li ams Ave.

YARD SALE: Saturday,
December '3, at Gladys
Brown's, 815 Marvin Ave. 8:00
a.m. till ?


Mimeograph machine A.B.
Dick, excellent cond. Electric
operation, included with sup-
plies. First offer over $150.
Call 229-8341. ltp 12-1

Froggy Pen Holder, a gift
just right for special friends.
(Paper-Mate pen and froggy
holder, $2.98). See at The Star,
306 Williams Ave.

32" x 63" Jet-Air hockey
table, $50.00. 227-1273. Itc 12-1

54" sink cabinet with pad,
porcelain top, with double
drain, avocado, exc. cond. $35.
: 648-5817. Itc 12-1


One used reg. size
mattress set. Excelle
$39.95 cash only.
Badcock Hom
S Furnishing Ceni
S 414 Reid Ave.


Free kittens to good
weeks old and litter b
ed. Call 229-6153 or
109 Yaupon St.


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


Econo-
Center,
6001.


New and used lawnmowers
for sale.'Lawn mowers, tillers
1and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center, 301 Hwy. 98, HV.
229-6001. tfc 4-28

DRAPERIES-Ready made
arid custom made. Large sel-
ection of swatches to choose
from. Roche's Furniture and
Appliance Store, 209 Reid
Ave., phone 227-1730.

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

BEEF SALE-Farm prices.
30c per pound, you haul off.
-Avg. 450-800 pounds per head.
:Black Angus. Call after 5 p.m.,
648-8924. tfc 10-20

8' x 20' house boat. Sleeps
four. 229-6788. tfc 11-17


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

:DRY cleaning carpets is
easier, faster and safer with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Joe Furniture. 227-1251.
tfc 10-23.

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


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Save $700. Sears
tractor, 3-pt. hitcl
harrow, 5 shank
plow, wheel weigf
$1,500. Only 22 hou
tor. Call 229-6303. (
at 304 12th St.

FOR STANLEY
PRODUCE'
Call Betty Gi
648-5047


For You
MARY KI
Cosmeti(
Call
Wanda Bhr
229-6132


17" RCA TV.
5332.


16 h.p. S.T. Why live in the crowded
h, 40" disc city? Move your mobile home
cultivator, to peace,"quiet and tran-
hts, all for quality. Water, garbage collec-
irs on trac- tions, yard mowed, live lei-
Can be seen surely. Gulf privileges. Only
tfc 11-10 VA approved mobile home
park in Gulf County. Ski
'HOME Breeze Meadows Trailer Park
TS 9 miles southeast of Port St.
ibert Joe on Hwy. S-30. Come out
and enjoy the quiet. Call 229-
tfc 7-15 6105. tfc 9-29
ir St. Joe Beach duplex. Un-
AY furnished, min. 6 mo. lease. 2'
cs bdrm., 1 bath $110.00 per
mo.; 1 bdrm., bath $100.00
own per mo.
2 E. B. Miller Realty
tfc 4-28 648-5011


$50.00. 648-
ltc 12-1


No. 1 Drive In Theater
Apalachicola, Fla.
Friday- Saturday
Dec. 2-3
Big Double Feature
WHISKEY MOUNTAIN
and
MOON SHINE
COUNTY EXPRESS
Movies start at 7 p.m.


e rubber They came they saw-
nt cond., they couldn't believe it. They
saved money, on ladies' fas-
e hionable clothing at'fabulous
ter low prices-and our store is
stocked with the proper cloth-
2tc 11-24 ing for Gifts for Ladies-and
we also have popular priced
Home, 6 Men's and Boys' Clothing.
ox train- Economy Cash Store, Apa-
come by lachicola.


tfc 11-17 1972 750 Honda chopper.
Custom frame, Harley wheel,
en name extended front end. $800. Call
es, front 648-5152. tfc 11-10


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





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
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc5-19

No nc.ed for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
227-1251. tfc 10-23

For Rent: 3 bedroom, 1 bath
furnished house at Beacon
Hill. Call 229-6961. tfc 11-10


2 bedroom furnished trailer
at St. Joe Beach. 648-5873.
tfc 9-29

3 BR furnished trailer, cen-
tral h & a, washer, dryer,
carpet. Overstreet. 648-5873.
tfc-l.-13
One or two bedroom trailers
for rent on Canal St., St. Joe
Beach. 648-5650. tfc 5-12

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

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


tfc 11-17

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





Help Wanted: Apply in per-
son only, Smith's Pharmacy,
see Mr. Cooley. Itc 12-1

Experienced in sales and
office work. Must be outgoing,

energetic, neat and able to
meet public. Salary depends
on experience and ability.
Send resume to P. 0. Box 308,
Port St. Joe: tfc 11-24

WPAP Radio, Northwest
Florida's most powerful FM
needs a part-time sales repre-
sentative for the Port St. Joe
area. Must be available for
part-time sales calls between
hours of 8 am and 5 pm. Call
769-1408 Monday thru Friday
for more information.
-2tc 11-24

Starting income open.
Based on qualifications. Earn
high income in sales with
management opportunities.
$800 $1200 a month to start.
Metropolitan Life. Equal. opp.
employer. Phone 785-6156.
tfc 11-24






1973 Olds Regency 98, load-
ed. exc. cond.. small equity
and take up payments. Can be
seen 600Marvin Ave. Itc 12-1

1977 Olds Cutlass Supreme,
white with white vinyl top, red
valour int.. ps, pb. ac, tinted
windows, tilt wheel, power an-
tenna. 350 cu. in. V8. 9 months
old. $5.950. See Greg Herring
or call 648-5339.
2tp 12-1






There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe'
Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M.,
every first and third Thursday
at 8:00 p.m.
F. C. CHANDLER, W.M.
F. E. Brogdon, Sec.
-
R.A.M.--Rgular convoca-
tion of St. Jqseph Chapter No.
56. R.A.M. Ast and 3rd Mon-
days, 8 p.m/. All visiting com-
panions wecome.
J. L. SIMS, H.P.
E. Willidm McFarland, Sec.


/
.


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

Nice beach house on large
lot, 2 BR, $18,000.00. Call 648-
5315.
Itp 12-1

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

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


2 BR furnished house on
Gulf St. St. Joe Beach. 648-
3466. tfc10-13.

Cottage and two lots, 211 2nd
Ave., Highland View, corner
lot, 648-5332. tfc 9-8

New brick home, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, fireplace,
large garage. Call 229-6979
after six p.m. tfc 9-29

New brick home at 106 Yau-
pon Ave., 3 BR, 2 bath, dining
room, living room, den and
kitchen. Call 227-1302 or 227-
1151. tfc 10-7


Large three bedroom price.
house with den on large
corner lot. Central heat and 105' x 75' lot, near Gulf at
air. $37,000.00. Indian Pass Beach. Only
$6,500.00.
Six lots and one bedroom
camp in C.F. Hanlon Subdv. FRANK HANNON
on Dead Lakes, north of Reg. Real Estate Broker
Wewahitchka. Priced for 229 ReidAve. Port St. Joe
quick sale at $7,000.00. Lots 227-1133
or house alone is worth the 3t 11-17









E. B. MILLER REALTY

W're Here For You.r
Each office is independently owned and operated.

PORT ST. JOE 106 Bellamy Circle, large
Brand new listing-Very liv. rm., 3 bdrms., 2 ba. +
nice masonry home on 92x den. Carpet, nice landscap-
167' lot. 2'. years old, in ed, fenced backyard. Make
excellent cond. 3 bdrms, an offer. Owner anxious to
1V' baths, liv. rm., dining- sell.
family room, large kitchen.
Has cen. heat and all duct Comfortable home on 2 love-
work and wiring to add ly lots 3 bdrm 2 bath with.
central air. 2110 Long Ave. many extras. Cen. h-ac, car-
peted throughout, garage,
workshop, chain link fence
Are you looking for more around back yard area. 815
than a home? Come see this Woodward.
4 bdrm., 2 bath home w- ACREAGE
cen. h-ac, plus the added Want relief from City living
luxury of your own pool. At --with lots.of room for that
a price you can afford. 304 pony-2 ACRES + 3 bdrm
12th St., corner of Long Ave. home about 6 miles from St.
Joe on Hiway 71..

Older home in excellent Six acres with spacious
condition. 3 bdrms. den or dble. wide mobile home.
4 bdrms.. bath. liv. rm. Liv. rm.. dining rm., big
dining. Fenced yard. Rea- family room, 3 bdrms, 2
sonably priced. 1610 Long baths, fully carpeted. Can
Ave. be bought separately or to-
gether. Mexico Beach.

Almost new custom-built BEACHES
home. 3 bdrms. 2 ceramic MOBILE home on lovely
tile baths, quality carpeting lot, spacious liv. room, 3
and vinyl. Picture-book kit- bdrms, den or dining rm.,
chen with more than ample modern kit. 3 blks. from
cabinets. Lovely sunroom, ul.
paved double drive with
2-car gar. Cen. h-ac plus Duplex: 1 bdrm-bath 2
many extra. 2112 Long Ave. bdrm-bath or could be easi-
ly adapted to a single family
home on nice lot, St. Joe
The home you have been Beach 2 blks.' from Gulf.
waiting for! 3 bdrm 2 bath Reasonably priced.
corner lot, completely
fenced in yard for children Looking for a permanent
and pets-living room, din- home in a vacation atmo-.
ing room and large private sphere? We have a 3 bdrm
screened porch convenient- 112 bath home. Beautiful
ly arranged for easy enter- large lot 100' x 285'. You
tairiment. 1911 Long Ave. must 'see this to appreciate.

648-5011

ELDON B. MILLER

Reg. Real Estate Broker


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

3 bedroom house with- nice
family room, chain link fence
around back yard, garden
space. 508 9th Street. 229-6082
or 643-5138. tfc 11-24

Three bedroom masonry
house at 105 Bellamy Circle.
Call 227-1607 after 5:00 p.m.
tfc 10-13

3 BR house, 2 baths, 3 lots on
Palm Blvd. For information
call 227-1112. tfc 11-4


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 6 p.m. tfc 10-13

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



For Rent: 2 BR furnished
apartment in town. 227-1549.
tfc 11-3


Notice

NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commission-
ers of Gulf County wil receive
sealed bids from any person, com-
pany, or corporation interested in
selling the County the following
described personal property:
2-20 ft. lengths and
1--Connecting Band Pipe Arch
Pipe as per specs on file in Clerk
of Circuit Court's Office, P.'O.
Box 968, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456.
Delivery date must be specified.
Liquidated damages for failure to
deliver unit on specified date will e
set at S5.00 per day.
Bids will be received until 9:00
A.M., E.S.T., December 13th, 1977 at
the office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court, P. O. Box 968, Port St. Joe,
Fla. 32456.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Jimmy 0. Gortman, Chairman
2t 12-1


SERVICES[ I


ALLEN'S CABINETS
328 7th Street
Highland View
Cabinets, furniture, vanities,
etc.
Call 229-8476
tfc 12-1


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

Septic Tanks Pumped Out
Carefoot Septic Tank


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

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 229-8757
tfc 5-9


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



BILL'S CAR CRUSHER
will buy your old car.
Phone 227-1654
for information.
24 hour
Also
Offering:
S2tp 7-14 a V1.z


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

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

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. 98 W. 227-1763
tfc 8-5


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


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


Custom-Built Cabinets
& Furniture
Counter tops & cover any-
thing with formica. Top
quality work. Reasonable
prices.
Bob Ruis
229-6732
Itc 12-1



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

WHITFIELD'S
POWER CLEANING
& PAINTING
Carpentry & Plumbing
Repairs
SHouses or Any Buildings
229-8715
tfc 10-13



GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets-
Vanities Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
White City, Hwy. 71
Glen Combs
Shop 229-6017 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


Wouldn't You Really pjJ
Rather Have Cable TV? kis b s
Going Fishing? kils bugs for
Stop here first up to six months,
Sfor a complete and ovesyou obout$100 yearly h
line of in costly pest control services.
For C ble TV neof Use of Sprayer free with
Installation In Port St. Joe Fishing Tackle purchase of Rid-A-Bug
^ 090 -, HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
Phone 229-7232- Hurlbut Supply 306 Reid Avenue
Or Visit the Telephone ompan 306 Reid Ave. Po Jo Florid
Business Office 30_RidIIIA_"._PrtSt_.____ I


FOR RENT


misc.

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RICH'S IGA
Prices Good Dec. 1-6
Port St. Joe, Florida


Quantity Rights Reserved


LIMIT 1 PLEASE
W-$7.50 FOOD ORDER


Lykes
SMOKED

PICNICS


U. S. Good" ,

ROUND STEAK


Sliced
lb. 65C


WE BUY THE BEST, WE SELL THE BEST AND IF
YOU HAPPEN TO GET A PIECE OF MEAT THAT IS'
BELOW OUR STANDARDS PLEASE RETURN IT
AND WE WILL CHEERFULLY REFUND YOUR
MONEY.


SHAWNEE CHIEF

FLOUR


Lb.


Sirloin Tip
STEAK and ROAST LB.$I


ALL MEAT STEW LB. 88C


FRANKS IGA 12 Oz.


BOLOGNA


59C


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First Cut


PORK CHOPS


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lb. 45C


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FRYERS


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GROUND BEEF
5 Lbs. or More
GROUND CHUCK


IGA MACARONI & CHEES
DINNER.
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Pkgs.

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ENCYCLOPEDIA
OF DICTIONARIES
12 Complete Dictionaries
In One


CAMPBELL'S


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Ca rns01110 Oz.

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16 Oz.
Ca ns


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SCHOOL HOUSE
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Now Only


$995


Retail Value
$23.95
Now Only
$1399


Retail Value
$24.50


with $75.00 in Merchandise.


Get your
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card punched for each $5.00


Lemon-Lime or Orange

GATORADE

32 Oz.

2/1aA


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UI 9 POTA'
NO. 1 10 Lb.
POLE BEANS Lb. 49 Bag


TOES
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IGA HOT DOG OR (SAVE 35c)
HAMBURGER BUNS
Pkgs. 3/100
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(SAVE 67c)
TWIRLS Pks.3 100
Of 6


IGA KING SIZE


SANDWICH
BREAD


Loaves 2/89


IGA
STRAWBERRIES


10 Oz.
Pkgs.


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BROCCOLI SPEARS Pkgs


SARA LEE
POUND CAKE


103/4 Oz.
Pkgs.


BANOU ET
SUPPER ENTREES


TOPPING


32 Oz.
Pkgs.
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Cups


2/99t


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$12


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Pkgs.


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Pkgs.
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99*1 SURE


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1.5 O1.
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(Regular &
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$t


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'The Board of County Com- Thomas Chevrolet, Inc., one
missioners of Gulf County met 1978 Ton PU, $4,622.61;
November 8, 1977 in regular Cook-Whitehead Ford, Inc.,
session with the following one 1978 12 Ton Ford F-100,
members present: Jimmy 0. $5,119.00; St. Joe Motor
Gortman, Chairman, Otis Company. Inc., one 1978 1
Davis, Jr., William R. Branch, Ton Ford F-100. $4.922.13.
Everett Oweps, Jr., and Leo After studying all bids,
Kennedy. Others present there was a motion by Com-
were: William J. Rish, At- missioner Davis to accept and
torney, K. E. Murphy, Sheriff, purchase the truck offered by
Tommy Pitts, Mosquito Con- St. Joe Motor Company at
trol Supervisor, Lloyd Whit- $4,992.13; that even though
field, Road Superintendent, this bid did not appear to be
George Y. Core, Clerk and the lowest bid, it was the best
Jerry Gates, Finance Officer. bid because warranty service
The meeting came to order can b obtained at home; that
at 9:00 a.m. C. R. Laird the time and costs to travel to
opened the meeting with Blountstown would more than
player, followed by the pledge offset the difference in price,
to the flag. and also the low bid did not
.The minutes of October 25, include heavy duty shocks as
1977, were read, approved and called for. Motion seconded by
adopted. Commissioner Kennedy. Vote-
:Mrs. Alfred E. Joines AYE: Davis. Kennedy, and
appeared before the Board Owens. NAY: Branch and
and requested the County to Gortman. Mr. Branch said he'
close and abandon a dirt road could not vote for the motion
that runs from State Road 386 because it was not for the
westerly across her property. lowest price offered.
She stated that her father, B. Pursuant to notice that the
A. Millergren invited the Gulf County Mosquito Control
Wewahitchka Boy Scouts to will sell one 1964 %i Ton Pickup
use this property as a camp- Truck, the following bids were
ground; that the Boy Scouts received:
did use the property on two or Lonnie -Bell, $202.00; F.F.
three occasions about fifteen Nelson, $305.00: Cecil Lyons,
jearsago. but the Scouts have $100.01; R. Larry Wells,
oot used it since that time. She $457.78: C. W. Cloud, $357.00;
6id the road used by the Roy L. Causey. $226.00; C. F.
cutss has never been dedi- Guertin. $175.00.
. ca'ied to the County; however, Whereupon, the Board voted
'- -~h road remains open: and unanimously to sell the
sine vehicles use the road as vehicle to R. Larry Wells at,
a parking area. There was a $457.78.
.-motion by Commissioner The Board discussed its
"1Banch, seconded by Cor- worker's compensation in-
missioner Davis, and unan- surance that will expire on
iinously carried, that the November 12, 1977. Aetna Life
Board advertise to close this and Casualty Company has
Irad. heretofore notified the Board
SWilliam Altstaetter, Presi- that the premium for the new
ent of the St. Joseph Bay year* beginning November
country Club, presented a- 13th will be increased
resolution declaring the Club's $53.425.00 to $90,918.00. In a
property to be used exclu- discussion that followed all
livelyy for outdoor recreational Commissioners agreed that
purposes as defined in Section the increase to $90,918.00 was
193:501 (6) of the Florida unreasonable in face of the
Statutes, for a period not less last years payout experience.
than 10 years. Said resolution The Board requested its At-,
also requested the Tax Ap- torney to contact the proper.
praiser to assess sqid&--real...autborities.tl determine if this
estate for the year 1978 arid increased premium is equit-;
thereafter as outdoor recrea- able. The Chairman said that
.ional lands pursuant to law. a special meeting will be
After discussion, there was a called on this matter before
nationn by Commissioner the 12th.
Branch, seconded by Commis- The board voted to cancel its
sioner Kennedy and unan-, next regular meeting .of
imously carried, that this November 22nd due to the
matter be tabled until the next Thanksgiving holidays;how-
imeeting. ever, the Board will be in
Ward McDaniel. Wewa- session on that date to receive
hitchka Ambulance Squad bids for repairs ,to the two
Chief, advised the Board that health clinics and the old
is has become necessary that .courthouse, but that no other
an alarm or reporting system business will be considered.
be used in Wewahitchka for The Finance Officer in-
calls to the Ambulance EMT formed the Board that Provi-
.personnel.Hesaid'at this time dent Insurance Company
the Ambulance calls are sent continues to bill the County
ut over the Fire Department more than the bid price for the
.Alert System. which works employees insurance; that the
good for the Ambulance Ser- company claims the life in-
yice but is playing havoc with surance of $3.60 was not
the Fire Squad because about figured in the total price of the
; 95. per cent of the calls that insurance. He said that since
-enter the system are, for the that time, the company has
'Ambulance. He then told the reduced the premium for an
Board that the St. Joseph employee and his family from
STelephone Company -can $79.37 to $78.71. After lengthy
furnish a system with up to 20 discussion, there was a motion
lines at a cost of $132.75 per by Commissioner Branch to
S month, with a required five pay the premium billed by the
:year contract. After dis- Company and that the Board
S cussion. Mr. McDaniel asked will advertise to receive bids
the Board to study this plan for a new employees policy.
Tfor a month before taking final Motion seconded by Commis-
.action. sioner Kennedy. Vote- AYE:
SC. R. Laird, County Farm Branch. Kennedy. Owens, and
Agent, informed the Board Gortman. NAY: Davis.
hat he received a $645.00 raise Charles A. Gaskin, Archi-
in salary from the State for the tect. presented his invoice for
: ew fiscal year. beginning services on the renovation of
October 1. 1977. On motion by the old courthouse in the
Commissioner' Branch, amount of $770.00. Upon
seconded by Commissioner motion by .Commissioner
3 iehnedy, and unanimously Branch, seconded by Com-
tarried, the County gave Mr. missioner Davis, and unan-
3.aird an increase in salary imously carried, this bill was
that will be equivalent to other ordered paid.
countyy employees. The Board also voted to pay
= Bud Poucher, representing the following bills:
ihe City of Wewahitchka, in- Jackson's Nursery, Shrub-
.ormed the Board that the City bery. $36.00; Samuel Patrick.
'af Wewahitchka is submitting Commissions Due on Prior
in application for certain Tax Rolls. $25.132.29.
projects to be funded with E. F. Gunn, County
federal funds; however, the Inspector, reported on the list
applicationss cannot be con- of items that must be done by
.sidered until after the County the contractor before the Li-
hFas filed its EDA Plan. Com- brary can be accepted. He
missionerr Kennedy moved to said the paving is not accept-
;Set up a special meeting with able because water continues
:interested citizens for the to flow off the pavement on the
:purpose of studying this re- Library parking lot and side-
Equest. Motion seconded by walk. He said the carpet
=Commissioner Branch. The 'seems to be puckered in
.following voted AYE: Ken- several places and that there
:nedy, Branch, Owens, and is a malfunction in the fire
iGortman. Nay: Davis. Mr. alarm system. The Board
-Davis said voted against the .discussed this matter at
-motion because both cities length. The Architect is to be
S have this request and that notified to prepare a change
actionn should be taken im- order for the lettering on the
minediately. plaque and the Library name.
; Pursuant to advertisement The Board having hereto-
:;to purchase one new 1978 fore authorized the instal-
i^Ton Pickup Truck, the lation of 16 wheel stops and
^following bids were received: resurfacing 200 ft. of the street
,_Gaskin-Tucker Chevrolet, in front of the Library, the
'Inc., one 1978 Ton PU, Architect presented his
.Fldetside, $4,589.57; 'Tommy Change Order No. Two and


P4GE EIGHT THURSDAY, DEC. I, 1977





MINUTE

of the


Gulf County Comi


Brimming with good nutrition and taste appeal, Salmon
Supper Pie is easy to make. Colorful canned-salmon, cooked
broccoli and carrots blend with a creamy sauce made with a
blend of cream of celery soup, milk and the flavorful salmon
liquid.' Triangles of flaky cheese pastry are arranged on top
before baking.
A, good supply of canned salmon on hand promises excellent
insurance for numerous quick supper dishes. This choice sea-
food, available in 15-1/2 oz., 7-3/4 oz. and 3-3/4 oz. cans, is
an excellent source of complete protein and contributes vital
minerals and vitamins to the diet.
Salmon 'Supper Pie
1 can (7-3/4 oz.)salmon 1 can (10-3/4oz.)
1 package.(10 oz.) frozen cream.of celery soup
chopped broccoli % cup milk
2 carrots h teaspoon Worcester-'
/ cup finely chopped shire sauce
onion Dash Tabasco sauce
2 tablespoons butter Cheese pastry
1 ,tablespoon flour
Drain-salmon, reserving liquid, and break into chunks with
a fork,. Cook broccoli according to package directions. Drain.
Pare and slice carrots. Cook in boiling, salted water until
tender; Drain. Saute onion in butter. Blend in flour. Add
soup, reserved .salmon liquid, milk and seasonings. Cook,
stirring, until thickened. Add vegetables and salmon. Turn
into shallow 9 x 7-inch baking dish. Roll' out pastry
and cut into 4 triangles. Arrange pastry triangles over sal-
mon. Bake at 425 degrees 30 minutes or until pastry is
golden. Setves 4.
Cheese pastry: Combine 3/4 cup flour, 1/4 cup shredded
Cheddar cheese, 1/4 teaspoon salt and a dash of cayenne.
Cut in 3 tablespoons shortening. Add just enough cold water
to hold dough together.



See The St. Joe Boys
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Wayne Richburg
Tommy Thomas
Chevrolet
704w. 15th St.
Panama City
78-5221


at Ralph Swatts
Tommy Thomas
Datsun
2436E. 5thSt.
PanamaCity
7806461


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. onded by Commissioner
Branch, to pay ,the Gulf
g i l County Senior- Citizens
Association, Inc. $2,000.00.
Vote-AYE: Owens, Branch,
Kennedy and Gortman. NAY:
Davis.
The County Medicaid Billing
for the month of October, 1977,
was $3,145.10. The Board voted
to file this statement.
S The Board discussed a re-
iSS On quest from the Big Bend
Epilepsy Foundation, Inc. for
$175.00 to be used in Gulf
County in assisting patients.
The Chairman said. this
request has been heretofore
Three for this work, wnich considered and was not
was executed by the Board. approved. The Board said this
Kolmetz Construction Cor- request must be again denied
pany requested an extension because the budget does not
of time for the completion of provide for it.
his Library Contract from the The Auditor General of the
time stated in contract to the State of Florida filed audit
actualdate of completion. The report no. 9099 on the office of
Architect recommended this the Property Appraiser,
extension. The Board tabled Honorable.Samuel A. Patrick.
this request. The Board again The same was ordered filed as
discussed the items on the a public record.
punch list that have not been The County Inspector filed
completed. Upon motion by his daily inspection report no:
Commissioner Owens, sec- 149on the Library Project and
onded, by Commissioner report no. 103 and 104 on the
Davis. and unanimously Oak Grove Project.
carried, the Contractor was The Board discussed
given 21 days to complete the Chapter 17-7, Florida Ad-
entire punch list, and if all ministrative Code. The Chair-
items.:are not completed and man said the County plan to
accepted by the County comply with this law has not
Inspector, after 21 days the been completed at this time;
County will employ someone that a new landfill site to be
to do the work and charge it to located on property very near
the Contractors Account. the City of Port St. Joe is at
Steve Nations presented, a this time being planned and
revised subdivision plat of the details being worked out
Peninsula Estates which now with the owners of the
has larger lots than was shown property.
on the first preliminary plat Commissioner Kennedy dis-
presented. He requested the cussed the sewer line to be
Board to approve the lot size installed for the Rochelle
and arrangements. The Board Estates Subdivision in Oak
unanimously gave its Grove. He said the owner of
approval, this subdivision has had a
Mr. Nations told the Board survey.made that shows that
that hP'stands ready day or the line can be installed as per
night to do whatever he can to the original plan. Steve
get tb.. Oak Grove Project Nations, County Engineer for
reinstated. The Attorney ad- this project, said it may be
vised that a court hearing is possible to do this; however,
scheduled, for November 10, he said he cannot recommend
1977, and that nothing can be it unless it is installed 30
done until after this hearing, inches deep and has the
He further stated that the proper grade; that anything
Bonding Company Engineer is less than:this will cause
in town and ready to reinstate problems to the feeder lines.
the project and has indicated He said he will determine the
work may resume within four minimum grade that can be
or five days. used.
The Board entered into an, Arthur Lee Atwell
agreement with the Gulf questioned theBoard as tojust
County Adult Activity Center when Ward Street and the
for the Retarded in providing street next to it will be paved.
services to the citizens of Gulf It was found that these streets
County at a cost to the County are now fourth on thepriority
of $400.00. The Board voted list under the five year plan.
unanimously to 'pay,.. the The Road Superintendent was
$400.00;- directed to work up a cost on
There was a motion by paving these streets and pre-
Comrissiqner Owens, sec- sent it at the next meeting.
-. Sa o Is Meal-I. .

Salmon Pie Is Meal-In-One


The Attorney requested in-
formation as to the description
of the portion of Jackson
street that is to be closed.
Commissioner Kennedy said
that the portion to be closed
beginsat Iola Street and ends
at the'state drainage ditch.
The ,Board executed the
proper. forms that will allow
the Mosquito Control District
to purchase surplus property.
The Board voted to allow
Wewahitchka High School to
use the County "float" trailer.
The, Sheriff notified the
Board that his liability in-
surance has increased from
$1.100.00 to $1,900.00 and that
the new policy does not cover
the prisoners.
Commissioner Kennedy
suggested that the Board meet
with representatives 'of the
other, counties involved in
extending SR22 across the
Apalachicola River and into
Tallahassee. The Attorney
said the Board should meet
with Wakulla County and
obtain all surveys completed
to date. The Chairman ap-
pointed Commissioner
Kennedy and the Attorney to
head this project.
Commissioner Kennedy in-
formed the Board that the
Panhandle Health Association
is requesting one elected
official from our County. to
serve on their subcommittee.
The Chairman agreed to
appoint someone for this
position.
Conmm issioner Branch
informed the Commission that
the trailer parked on Highland
View Fire Station property
that is used for community
services is in need of water.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Davis, seconded by
Commissioner Kennedy, and
unanimously carried, the
Board agreed for the trailer to
be connected to the. Fire
Station water meter.
Commissioner Branch re-,
minded the Board that it has
agreed to clean out George
Cooper's ditch at his trailer
park on the Chipola Cutoff, but
that a signed agreement
should be worked out with Mr.
Cooper before this work is
done.
Commissioner Kennedy and
Branch told of the complaints
as to the lime on Tenth Street.


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Bowling NewsI


These Commissioners said
that we need to work with the
City to eliminate this
condition.
Commissioner Branch told
the Board that he has con-
tacted the Department of
Transportation about pipe on
St. Joe Beach and was told to
contact the contractor and
That the contractor has agreed
to give the pipe to the County`
The Board requested the
Road Superintendent to pro-
vide office space for the A.S.C.
representative.
The Chairman advised the
Board of the urgent need for
street work in Red Bull Island
Subdivision in the City of
Wewahitchka that will require
permits from DER and- the
U.S. Army Corps of Engi-
neers. The Board was advised
that because these streets are
in the City of Wewahitchka the
city must apply for the neces-
sary applications. The Chair-
man requested the Attorney to
make every effort to have the
Corps of Engineers dredge
boat pomp the spoil.into the
yards of the homes located.
just south of the east end of
SR22-A.
The Board discussed an
understanding with the City of
Port St. Joe that the County's
payment for the Emergency
Room Doctor would also
include that the Doctor would
give some of. his time in
training EMT's, but that the
present Doctor has indicated
he will require extra pay for
this service. The Attorney was
directed to look into this
matter.
The Clerk reported to the
Board that according to the
Gulf County Guidance Clinic
the County has failed to pay
$1,500.00, as provided by the
1976-77 Budget. The Clerk
reported this was correct and
was due to an error made on
the dates in the contract with
the Clinic. The Clinic re-
quested the Board make pay-
ment for this in the 1977-78
Budget as well as their
regular payment in this bud-
get year. The Board approved
this payment.
The Chairman announced
that the Attorney has now
contacted the State Insurance
Commissioners Office, Aetna
Life and Casualty Company,


The Thursday Night Ladies
League met at St. Joe Bowling
Lanes last Thursday.
On lanes one and two,
Highland View Motors and St.
Joe Tel. & Tel. split two games
each. Sandra Brock had a 173
high game and Barbara Mon-
gold had a 387 high series for
H. V. Motors. Brenda Clem-
ents had a 141 high game and
Norma Hobbs had a 409 high
series for St. Joe Tel. & Tel.
On lanes three and four, the
Kats won three games from
the Wonder Bar. Bertha Clay-
ton had a 197 high game and Jo
O'Barr had a 535 high series
for the Kats. Diane Whitfield
led the Wonder Bar with a 179
high game and 442 high series.
On lanes five and six, Ralph
and Henry's' forfeited four
games to Raffield's. Doris
Johnson, a substitute, led
Raffield's with her 146 high
game and 372 high 'series.
On lanes seven and eight,
thV Playgirls won three games
from the Surefoots. Susan,
Bigelow led the Playgirls with
a 153 high game and 414 series.
Wanda Pate, a substitute, Nell
Smith and Hanna Justice had

and Hannon Insurance
Agency with reference to the
premium for worker's
compensation in the amount of
$90,918.00. The Attorney
reported that the Aetna Life
and Casualty Company has
now adjusted the premium to
$71,477.00 and that an audit
will be made in an effort to
lower the experience rating'
now used. The Board voted
unanimously to pay the
premium of $71,477.00. The
Board requested the Attorney
to continue his efforts to have
this insurance rate lowered.
Due to the need for action on
the Oak Grove Water and.
Sewer Project, the Board
recessed, subject to recall at
the request of the Chairman.


a high 'game of 128 each.
Wanda Pate had a 331 high
series for the Surefoots.
Standings W L
Williams Alley Kats 37
Highland View Motors 37 7
St. Joe Tel.&Tel. 28 16
Ralph & Henry's 24 20
Raffield's 18 26
Playgirls 14 30'
Surefoots 13 31
Wonder Bar 5 39

The Wednesday night ladies
league met on November 16.
St. Joe Furn. won three
games from Apalach Selects
on lanes one and two. Brenda
Mathes led St. Joe Furn. with
a 176 game and 450 series.
Diane Rogers bowled a '177
game and 426 series for
Selects.
On lanes three and four,
Murphy's took three games
from Florida Bank. Janet
Murphy bowled a 178 game
and 450 series for Murphy's.
Maxine Smith had a 156 game
and Chris Lightfoot a 420
series for Florida Bank.
On lanes five and six, Con-
tainer Div. won three games
from Renfro. Lila Gibson led.
Container Div. with a 172'
garie and 557 series. Cathy'
Howell had a 155 game and 440
series for Renfro.
On lanes seven and eight,
Pepsi Cola won three games
from Cow Girls. Kay
Katynsky led Pepsi with a 167
game and 441 series. Pat
Hutchinson had a 143 game
and Lou McDonnell a 383'-
series for Cow Girls.
Standings W L
St. Joe Furniture 321/.. ll/
Pepsi Cola 29 15
Florida Bank 28 16
Container Div. 24 20
Murphy's 22 22
Renfro 20 24
Cow Girls 15 29
Apalach Selects 5 38


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