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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: May 11, 1978
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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IE STA
Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORTST.JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1978


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15' Per Copy


Port Authority Planning 23-Acre Facility


Port Construction Plan Announced


For several years, people of Port
St. Joe have wanted public shipping
facilities other than those allowed and
operated by St. Joe Paper Company,
and.riow it appears as if the City will not
only have one, but two shipping
operations operating on the Bay-front
irinthe future.
George Tapper, local steamship
representative and chairman of the
Port St. Joe Port Authority, appeared
before the County CommissioriTuesday
and outlined plans of the Port Authority
to establish water shipping facilities


and docking facilities here in Port St.
Joe.
Tapper, who is chairman of the
Authority, serves with Bill Whaley,
secretary-treasurer, Roy Gibson, Jr.,
Dr. Joe Hendrix and Ed Ramsey on th/e
Authority.
Tapper told the Commission that
he had been in conference with J. C.
Belin, President o St'. Joe Paper
Company last week and said the
Company had pledged to make avail-
able some 23 acres adjacent to the


Gulf County Canal to the Port Au-n. ,
thority for development as a port.
Tapper said the property',was loca-'
ted on St. Joseph Bay, justsouth of
the mouth of the Gulf County Canal.
The Port Authority plans to sell
revenue certificates to finance con- '
struction of a new port. The certifi-
cates will be retired by revenues
from the operation of the port.
Tapper said that in order to; build
the port, it would be necessary to
involve the federal government .for


Harbor

Considerable iinainanenance
work forth' harbor here in Port
St. Joe was approved last week
by the Public Works Subcommit-
tee of the House Appropriations
Committee, according to word
from'Congressmian Bob Sikes
early this week.
Sikes' report said the Subcom-
mittee has approved an expendi-
ture of $765,000:for harbor main-
tenance and improvements.


Tapper said the proposed facility
would handle all the overflow and
would "add to our port activity".
The Commission agreed to back the
plans of the Port Authority in any way
they could and started by telling
Tapper they would join the Apalachee
Regional Planning Agency immediate-


ly to give the aid such membership
would offer.
Tapper said he was going to
Washington, D.C., next week to meet
with Representative Bob Sikes and
Senators Richard Stone and Lawton
Chiles to ask for their help in this
venture.


Aerial view of portlocation adjacent to Gulf County canal


Smith Wins In City Primary


John Robert Smith swept
incumbent Gerald Sullivan
out of office in Tuesday's
municipal election. polling
380 votes to Sullivan's 138.
There 'were four absentee
ballots cast, which were'to
be counted at noon yester-
day.


' Smith, a retired druggist
:and a 'former. three-term
Commissioner, campaign-
ed on the theme that he was
"qualified, interested and
had the time". Sullivan,
. who ran a quiet campaign,
was seeking re-election to
his third term in office.
Sullivan had been chair-


man of the Board of Direc-
tors of Municipal Hospital
(made uip of the City Com-'
missioners) during his
term of office. The hospital
'has, had some petty hairy
-times during these'"years,
even though the operation
is going more smoothly
now.


Sullivah had said his
interest in the Hospital and
its finally becoming a solid
operation was the main
reason he' was seeking
another term on the board.
Smith will be sworn into
office at the first meeting
in June, which is June 6.


Engineering, planning and a feasibility
study;
S Tapper said it was his understand-
ing that the farming combine from
Arizona which recently purchased 27,-
000 acres of Gulf County land to grow
Strains, would have some 50,000 acres in
this area under cultivation within five
years. "The closeSt place to ship their
Product is Freeport, but freight rates
a. this far would eat up the profits."' He
S said presently grain is being trucked to
Sthe Fieeport terminal at a cost of 23c
per:bushel.
'Tapper envisioned an operating
I port with dependable water depth
"something other ports cannot offer",
plenty of room and plenty of shipping.
He said plans were to establish grain
Elevators, railroad'sidings and across
S the dock shipping facilities.
Tapper said other ports in the south
were crowded and unable to provide the
service the grain shippers want to get
their'pt-oduct to rrark6t.
COASTAL TERMINALS
Tapper told the Board that Coastal
Terminals, "an affiliate of McKenzie
Tank Lines, has already began work to
develop the:old city docks into a grain
shipment terminal, but said the propos-
ed Port Authority development would
have no effect on this operation. "They
already have one customer which will
move up to 80 box cars of grain per day
through their outlet. That's all they
can handle in their location",.he said.


George Tapper asks County Commission to join Apalachee Regional*
Planning Agency to secure aid in establishing port facilities here.
-Star photo


High School Closed Down for A



Day When Power Knocked Out


Electrical problems at Port
St. Joe High School Monday
morning, 'gave students a
three-day week end here in
Port St. Joe.
According to Principal Ken
Herring, the school mainten-
ance staff and Florida Power
officials suspect that lightning
Monday morning knocked out
S one phase of the 'three phase .
system which feeds the school.
According to Herring, the
school's electrical mainten-
ance man, Q. P. Wise, relort-
ed to him about 7:50 Monday
morning that he suspected
some electrical problem and
was going to turn off all
electricity to make a quick
check. Wise, who had already
ascertained one of the phases
was out, found that the prob-
lem was not in the building,
but in the feeder line, which is
buried between Long Avenue
and the rear of the school
building. :
Since the school must have
forced air to make the build-
ing habitable, and all three
phases in order to operate air
conditioning systems and the
cafeteria cooking equipment,
there was nothing to do but
close down school for the day.
Florida Power crews im-
mediately went to work to
locate the problem, but had
problems due to a high water
table distorting the signal
v from their equipment used to
locate underground line prob-
lems.
The power company crews
and school maintenance peo-
ple worked all night long
Monday night, finally pin-
pointing the problem in about
100 feet of service cable buried
from the vocational education


building back to Long Avenue.
The problem was repaired and
the power turned back on
Tuesday morning at 8:15, just


in the nick of time to keep
from making that three day
week end a four day week end.
The good news in the situa-


tion is that the students and
teachers will have an oppor-
tunity to make up the day they
missed.


Tillman Register, of Florida Power
Corp., searches line connections,for a


problem which killed electrical power to the
high school Monday. -Star photo
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Board Takes Steps to




Repair Oak Grove Streets


Gulf County's construction
inspector, E. F. Gunn said
Tuesday morning, at the
meeting of the Board, "I
almost hate to say it, since
I've been wrong so many
times before, but the Oak
Grove Water and Sewer sys-
tem should be completed by
the first of June." Gunn said
he had predicted the work
would have. been complete by
the middle of May, but said
weather and some problems
with construction have delay-
ed the project.
Gunn told the Commission
the wet well in the system was
leaking and reported the con-
tractor had been informed to
tear it out and do it over again.
Gunn reported that the wea-
ther was the main culprit in
the delay in getting the system
finished.
The Board was concerned
over the condition of the roads
in the Oak Grove area, which
have been cut up by the
construction operation. Two
payment requests were before


them at the Tuesday meeting,
and the Commission approved
only one of them, at the
suggestion of their finance
officer, Jerry Gates. He told
the Board, "If you make both
pay estimates now, you won't
have enough money left owing
the bonding company (which
is completing the project) to
guarantee that they fix the
roads back as you want them.
The Commission Chairman,
James Gortman, instructed
Road Superintendent Lloyd
Whitfield to come up with a
list of specifications for put-
ting the streets back into good
condition.
BEACH TRAFFIC
Gunn also brought to the
attention of the Board a need
to do something about motor
vehicles which are using the
beach in the vicinity of the
Sunland Recreation Park for
"a racetrack". Gunn said,
"They race up and down that
beach like wild men and
someone is going to get killed
or hurt if it isn't stopped".


The inclination of the Corn- the Sunland area are not
mission was to close the beach capable of getting out of the
to vehicle traffic, but Cor- way. This area should be
missioner Branch put a delay closed to traffic."'
on this action by observing, Branch retorted with, "This
"If we close this beach, we've is a problem and maybe we
just about got to honor all can find a way to solve:-it
other requests we have had to without going all the way-to
close beaches to traffic". start with." Branch tlkin
Commissioner Leo Kennedy. made a motion and receiid
observed, "Some people in (Continued on Page 8)


Wewa Bank Applies

for Port St. Joe Branch


The Wewahitchka State
Bank of Wewahitchka an-
nouhced this week that they
had filed an application with
the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation to put a branch
facility here in Port St. Joe.
The Wewahitchka Bank pro-
poses to locate their branch
facility at 403 Williams Ave-
nue..
The Wewahitchka Bank has
operated in Wewahitchka for


51 years.
In making their application,
the bank has called for those
who wish to file written com-
ments concerning their appli-
cationto make them to the
Regional Director of FDIC in
Atlanta.
Branch banks are now al-
lowed in Florida within the
county of the parent bank's
operation if they meet criteria
set out under the new law.


State Circuit Judge Larry G. Smith,
14th Judicial District, ruled Tuesday
that St. Joe Paper Company pay $70,100
in liquidated damages for violating air
pollution regulations to the Pollution
Recovery Trust Fund of the Florida
Department of Environmental Regu-
lation.
The damage assessment stems from
the Gulf County paper company's
violation of a May 1976 Consent Order,


in which St. Joe agreed to bring one of
its power boilers into compliance with
state environmental regulations.
In that Consent Order with the
Florida Department of Environmental
Regulation, St. Joe agreed to pay $100 a
day in damages if it could not cut down
on the emission level of bark particles
coming from the boiler.
After installation of control devices
failed to stop the excessive emissions,


the company asked that the deadline
for compliance with the Consent Order
be extended.
Although the compliance date for the
boiler was extended to July 15, 1978,
Judge Smith ordered that St. Joe Paper
Company pay for 701 days of operating
in violation.
The Pollution Recovery Trust Fund
helps finance environmental restora-
tion programs.


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It's still a time before candi-
, dates for public office can officially
qualify to run, but that doesn't keep
i them from running.
SHere at The Star we have had
the beginnings of a small parade
start coming this way, announcing
their intentions to seek election.
Beverly Dozier came by first,
running.for Secretary of State, then
came Robert Graham and Jim
Williams, along with a couple of
Others who were feeling the temper-
ature of the water, but have not as
:yet tossed their fedora in the circle.
Senator Robert Graham is at-
-tempting to get attention by working
iat a variety of jobs, but of late, Jack
Eckerd is using the: same pattern by
trying to give us tips on how to do
things the easy way, using the least
amount of energy.
Last week, Eckerd came out
with a method of making "Sun Tea",
Sa recipe reserved for the:observance
S'of Sun Day. Eckerd -gave explicit
directions on how one should fill a
jar with water, toss in the appropri-
ate number of tea bags and let it sit
out in the sun for a half hour or so, to


Old soldiers never die, they're
just asked to resign.
Two weeks ago, one of our
' Generals of the Army, General
i: Singlaub was kicked out of his job
(asked to resign) for exercising his
S freedom of speech; a freedom he
was sworn .to defend with his life.
General Singlaub, like the late
General MacArthur, dared to dis-
Sagree with the boss over a point of
S military judgment. No matter that
Sthe Generals were trained: to make
the proper military decision and
were thought proficient enough at
their jobs to be given the highest
ranks in the military and the boss
was either a haberdasher or a
peanut farmer. The judgment of the


THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 11,


steep in the warm rays of the sun.
Our wife has made tea by this
method for years and we can attest
to the better taste for having been
made in this manner.
They say thehame of the game
in politics is to get people to thinking
about you in connection with the
office a particular candidate hap-
pens to be seeking. This is the
purpose of all advertising, so we all
know it works.
S In the past the normal method
was to campaign by making speech-
es shaking hands and kissing babies.
Now, a candidate has to contact
more people' than he could person-
ally, so he has to come up with a
gimmick. Lawton Chiles originated
the unusual gimmick when he
walked the length of Florida. Ever
since that time, candidates have
sought something new to attract
attention.
With every candidate trying to
out-do the other in getting attention,
elections are becoming more and
more fun to watch every year. We're
anxious to see what this one will
bring.


professional military man wasn't
proper, or so said his commander-in-
chief.
So the nation loses the service of
one of its senior Generals over a
disagreement.
True, we can't have the military
making the final decisions in our
country, but it would seem that we
should at least listen to their advice
on military matters. Given the
choice over a decision which will
either make people like us or protect
our interests as a nation, we should
think the decision to protect our
interest would win out, at least most
of the time.
Such a waste of talent merely to
satisfy a pique.


1978 Other Editors Say:


PAGE TWO


Pw- THE STAR -
Published Every Thursday t 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
SSecond-Class Postg Paid at port St. Joe, Florida 32456
t,. ,t Wesley R. Ramsey ................. Editor and Publisher
p William H. Ramsey ....... ............. Production Supt.
Frenchie L. Ramsey ................... Office Manager
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SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE*
IN COUNTY-ONE YEAR, $5.. SIX MONTHS, 3.00 THREE MONTHS, S127.50
OUT OF COUNTY-7.00 OUT OF U.S.-One Year, s9.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error. or omissions in advertisements, the publishers do not hold
themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
S The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word Is lost; the printed word remains.


employees and put $2 million a
year into the economy of the
county where it locates.
The horror part.of the story
is that the Okaloosa Chamber
sought help from the Florida
Department of Commerce in
its quest for the new and clean
industry.
The Department of com-
merce told them, in effect, to
get lost. It told them the
department was pushing Tal-
lahassee for the plant site. -
The Okaloosa Chamber
wasn't intimidated and went
directly to the Miller Brewing


Co., where its overtures were
warmly received. Miller gave
them site specifications and
information on environmental
impact.
When they were checking
the environmental informa-
tion with the state Department
of Environmental Regulation,
they got tied up in red tape and
error on the part of the state
agency that resulted in a
three-week delay in the appli-
cation.
When the Albany site was
finally announced, the Oka-


loosa people were told that
their county was runner-up in
the consideration of the brew-
ery. They would have chosen
Okaloosa County over Leon.
The possibility exists that
without the active opposition
of two state agencies, their
difference and bureaucratic
bumbling, that small county-
might have gotten the plum.
The lessons for Wakulla?
First is that a small county
has as good a chance as the
big ones to win some of these
light, clean industries that


seem to be parading to the
Sunbelt.
Second, you can't 'trust the
state agencies for any help
whatsoever. You're lucky if
they don't exert a negative
influence. You need to find the
firms that are looking our way
and approach them directly.
Third, we need to join the
growing chorus of critics of
Gov. Reubin Askew's failure
to reverse the anti-business
image that. he has projected
for Florida.
-The Wakulla News


Wouldn't Want to Live In China


"Nobody who has ever been
there and knew of another
kind of life would ever want to
live there" Carlton Van Lierop
of Blountstown told the Rotary
Club last Thursday.
Van Lierop visited in Hong
Kong recently with a tour
arranged by The Gideons and
took a side trip to Canton,
China, where he visited a
commune.
The speaker said Hong Kong
is like any other modern city,:
with modern buildings, a high
living standard and plenty of
services for its people. "Red
China is another matter, en-
tirely", he said. "Inside Chi-"
na, everything is dirty, ser-
vices are worse than were
offered in the rest of the world
at the turn of the century and
the people are all solemn and
unsmiling."
Van Lierop said Canton is a
city of 2,300,000 -people. with
the best of housing slum-like
by U.S. standards. All thd
buildings are less than three
stories tall and there are no
churches. "People are now


living informer church build-
ings and temples. There is no
worship of any kind in Red
China."
The speaker and his tour
visited a commune outside
Canton where 55,000 people
lived and tilled 6,000 acres
completely by hand. Ground is
broken by two women pulling
a primitive plow, the fields are
fertilized by human wastes,
which is mixed with water by
Chinese trodding on the mix-
ture with their bare feet in
Great vats. The only vehicles
in the commune were about a
half dozen ancient small trac-
tors which were used to pull
large trailers about the com-
mune.
Inhabitants of the commune
earn $63.00 per year, if they
work. All food, clothing, medi-
cal care, schooling and other
necessities- are furnished by
the state. If a man -works, he
gets a food ration. If his wife
works she gets a ration. They
also get a ration for two
children. If they have more
than two children, they are


Letters to the Editor.


"shamed" by their neighbors
and must share their four
rations of food with the other
children. "Shaming" is the
most used punishment for
crimes. Capital crimes are
punished by death, but mem-
bers of the commune
"shame" their comrades for
other crimes.
Each commune is complete-
ly self contained. They depend
only on themselves for what
they have. Van Lierop told of
visiting a 40-bed hospital fur-'
nished for the 55,000 people,
. which was little more than a
pig-sty. He showed several
slides of his trip, which in-
cluded some made in the
hospital where the "emergen-
cy room", was little more than
a closet, with a crude wooden
bench and a few pans and very
few instruments to treat the
injured.
The commune contained 25
elementary schools and 10
middle schools. Only the cho-
sen get to go to college.
The Chinese work month in
the commune is 24 days for


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Remember St. enoe Ba


Covered St. Joe Band


Dear Wesley,
In your column in last
week's issue of the STAR you
commented on the return of
Life Magazine and the unique
photography that contributed
to its popularity. Perhaps
you'd be surprised to know
that Port St. Joe has appeared
in Life Magazine.
When Claude Pepper was
campaigning for the U.S.
Senate- I believe this was in
1937- he stopped in Port St.
Joe to make a speech. Our
high school band had just been
formed and we were asked to
play for the occasion. We did
not have uniforms and could
only play three (3) or four (4)
marches but we played. Would
you believe that shortly after-
wards on the cover of Life
Magazine appeared the pic-
ture of Claude Pepper and the
Port St. Joe High School
band?
Some of the initial band
members appearing on. the
cover were Roy and Alice


Gibson, William and Dorothy
Trawick, Cornelious .and
Margie Kirkland; Mary Jean
Smith, Cecil Costin, Jr., Jessie


Stone, Jimmy McNeill a:
myself.
Yours truly,
Dave Maddox


Thanks Many Workers

for Drive Success


Dear Wesley,
May I use your column to
thank all the people who
helped make the 1978 Ameri-
can Cancer Society Crusade a
success? For the last three
years St. Joe has reached the
Golden Goal due to a lot of
dedicated Crusaders.
This year the women of St.
Joe Beach crusaded as a
memorial to Rebecca Byrd.
One-fifth of our goal was
attained by the efforts of
Jessie Thomas, Gillie McNair
and Nathan Peters, Jr. We are
pleased to have Mexico Beach
in our local unit because of the
tremendous job they always


do. The Keyettes, The Star
and WJOE are to be com-
mended for their help. And
Wesley, after three years I
finally got a phone call. A
young man called and said the
members of the Band he was
in wanted to donate the pro-
ceeds from a dance they held.
Thanks, Roger Bordelon, and
"The Brookhavens."
There just isn't room in your
paper to thank everyone I
would like to. So I thank all of
St. Joe for their support in
raising over $3600.
ACS PSJ Unit
Crusade Chairman
Barbara Hallinan
CANCER SOCIETY


women and 26 days for men.
They go to work at sun-up and
quit at sun-down. There is
very little electricity to pro-
vide for after work activities.

The speaker said there was
nothing clean anywhere he
visited. "China is a dirty
nation filled with dirty peo-


Two Wewahitchka young
men became Gulf County's
second and third traffic fatali-
ties of the year last Saturday
night when their car ran off
the West Arm Bridge into the
Dead Lakes.
Dead in the accident, which
occurred at 11:20 Saturday
night, according to Trooper
Bill Godwin, were the driver,
Onnie Lee Riley and a passen-


A Layman's View


Bible


1 Cojinthians 2:6A & 9-12
Key ord: Spiritual Wisdom
.V.erse 6A, "Yet'I do pro-"
claim a message of wisdom to
those who are spiritually
mature." Verse 9, "However,
as the scripture says, 'What no
one ever saw or heard, what
no. one ever thought could
happen, is the very thing God
prepared for those who love
him'." Verse 10, "But it was to
us that God made known his
secret by means of His Sirit.
The Spirit searches every-
thing, even the hidden depths
of God's purposes." Verse 11,
"It is only a person's own
spirit within him that knows
all about God." Verse 12, "We
have not received this world's
spirit; instead we have re-
ceived the spirit sent by God,
so that we may know all God
has given us."
Paul here is talking to
mature Christians; the Chris-
tians who have learned not to
limit God in any way. We miss
so many of God's good things
by limiting Him to the things
we can fully understand.
Verse 9 says that we haven't
seen, heard, or even thought of
the things God has in store for
those who love Him. Verse 10,
11 and 12 are real teaching on
God's Holy Spirit. Verse 11
points out. that your spirit


pie" he said.
Prior to Van Lierop's pre-
sentation, Wheelettes Teresa
Sweet, Stayce Trammell, Val-
eria Wynn and Cherry Stebel
served a cake they had baked
themselves to the Rotarians.
The club sponsors the Wheel-
ette organization in the local
high school.


ger in the fatal car, Willie
Charles Hill. Passengers in
the car, who received injuries
in the accident were, Lewis
Wright, Clay Turner, Tony
McGhee and Curtis Noble.
Trooper Godwin said the
1971 Buick sedan carrying the
six young men was travelling
north on State Road 71, when it
went through the railing of the
bridge and into the creek.


By Billy Norris


Notes

alone knows all about you and
God's Spirit knows the depth
.of God. Verse, 10 tells us that
God's Spirit makes known to
the mature Christian the sec-
rets of God. (Those things
hidden from the world).
Verse 12 separates God's
Spirit given Christians from
the world's spirit, satan. God
has given us His Spirit so we
may know the things of God.
So He may communicate with
us. We must be aware of the
work of the Holy Spirit in our
lives.


SALTY
SALLY


ETAOIN SHRDLU

IBY WESLEY R. RAMSEY


WE HAD A SPECIAL DAY for the Sun last
Wednesday and the Sun didn't even come.
Rather than come itself, the Sun sent
something we needed to see even more... it sent
Sthe rain.
I don't mind celebrating on a special day. I
Don't even mind a day off now and then in order
to celebrate more fully by doing nothing on the
particular day we are acknowledging. I can't see
the purpose in Sun Day. This reminds me too
much of the ancient Aztecs who worshipped the
Sun and its benefits to the extent that they used
to kill people in order to keep the Sun in a good
mood.
I read where the reason we observed a Sun'
Day was to draw attention to the need for the
United States to develop its energy from the Sun
to cure our ailments in the energy department. I
presume the promoters mean for us to tout solar


energy through their attention to Sun Day. If
they don't know it, I have news for them. All the
energy we now use ultimately came from the
Sun. We're been living off solar energy since
man first walked on the earth and that will be our
only source of energy until the time the earth is
no more.
We may change our ways of extracting
energy from our lone source, but we will never
change our source, no matter how many Sun
Days we have.

I HERE IS A MOCKING BIRD living in our
back yard which is a warbler from way back.
This bird has been practicing somewhere else
before he came to our house.
I say he has practiced somewhere else
before, because he can literally fill the air with
his arias and trills.


He fills the air with music in the morning
when I pry open an eye-lid to shave. He keeps it
up through breakfast and sends me off to work
with his warbling. In the evening at supper time,
he is either back on the job or still on the job. He
sings his heart out to furnish dinner music with
my cottage cheese. If I wake up at night, he is
still singing.
The mocking bird in our back yard is the
singing-est bird I have ever heard.
Like anyone else, he exacts a price for his
labors. In this case, the mocking bird is hanging
around because Frenchie's Japanese plum.tree
has fruit on it this year and the fruit is ripening.
The mocking bird takes his fill of the Japanese
plums and like a kid in a watermelon patch, he
breaks open the plum, eats the heart and leaves
the rest.
I don't expect to get many plums off the tree
this year it's first year of really bearing a crop
- but I think we made a good trade when we
allowed that mocking bird to charm us out of our
plums in a swap for his singing. We got the better
end of the deal.

MARVIN GRIFFIN, editor of the Post-
Searchlight of Bainbridge, Ga., and a former
Governor of Georgia, had a few words to say in
an issue of his newspaper last week concerning


the trial of Culver Kidd, up in Macon, Georgia.
Kidd was charged by the Feds with
conspiracy, in that, Senator Kidd of Georgia did
attempt to make a deal with then Governor
Jimmy Carter several years ago. Kidd is alleged
to have agreed to support Carter's Reorganiza-
tion of State Government bills in return for prior
information on raids to be made by the Georgia
Bureau of Investigation against gambling in
Baldwin County. All of this was said to have
taken place back in 1972.
Senator Kidd was tried in the Federal
Courthouse in Macon on the charges in the
now-celebrated case where President Jimmy
Carter testified against Kidd with a recording
made by him and sent to the Georgia trial.
Kidd was turned loose by the jury.
At the end of his observance of these
happenings, Griffin remarked, "After a short
deliberation, the jury of 12 Georgians brought in
a verdict of acquital. By their verdict, the jury
stated in effect, 'we believe Senator Kidd told the
truth, and the President of the United States did
not'."
Marvin, are you calling the President a liar,
when he said in his campaign, "I will not lie to
you"? You, being a student of Georgia politics
and a former member of the Georgia political
world, should know better than that.


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Working Against Development


The Okaloosa News-Journal
last week reported a horror
story that may have some
lessons for Wakulla County.
It seems that small pan-
handle county near Pensacola
missed only by a hair in
landing the planned new
Miller Brewery.
The plant's officers finally
decided to locate in Albany,
Ga. Atlanta, Tallahassee, Or-
lando and Panama City were
among the many sites investi-
gated by the brewery.
The $250 million plant will
have between 800 and 1,500


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Beach Residents Disturbed THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1978 PAGE THREE

SBeach ResdentsD sturKindergarten, First Grade Registering Students


A number of St. Joe Beach
.residents have become dis-
turbed over the planned con-
struction of a house on the
water side of Highway 98 in
their area and brought their
complaint to the County Com-
mission Tuesday, even though
they were informed the Com-
mission had no jurisdiction
over their problem.
The St. Joe Beach people
have taken up their old fight
against Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
local attorney,-who owns sev-
eral of 11 lots which are
located at the end of streets
which dead-end at Highway 98
at St. Joe Beach.
Costin was present at the
meeting because, as he stated,
(? "Someone told me this prob-
lem would be on the agenda
and I should be here". Costin
went on to reiterate what
Commission Chairman Jim-
Smy Gortman had already told
the group, "The County Com-
mission has no jurisdiction
over this matter".
Gortman said he would al-
low the group 15 minutes to


talk about the matter. They
took 30.
Several of the residents
stated they didn't want St. Joe
Beach to become like Beacoli
Hill, with small sub-standard
houses on the waterfront.
Costin said, "I, too, am a
victim of that situation. I built
a nice beach cottage at Bea-
con Hill on the promise by the
land owner in front of me that
he wouldn't sell. Now it is
cluttered with undesirable
buildings cutting the value of
my property."
Costin explained that the
State Supreme Court had veri-
fied he owned the property he
was building on and all the
beach front in between the
streets. "The property owners
in Yon's Addition (St. Joe
Beach) have an easement to
use the beach", he said.

Costin went on to tell the
Beach residents, "If you
just leave me alone in this
project, I assure you the
house will not be sub-stan-
dard. It will cost in the


Awards, Promotions Tonight

for Navy JROTC At High School


The Naval Junior ROTC unit
of Port St. Joe High School wil
be conducting an awards and
promotion program this
Thursday night. The program,
beginning at 7:00 p.m., will be
held in the Port St. Joe High
School gym.
Everyone is cordially in-
vited to attend and witness the


program.

CARD OF THANKS
I wish to take this oppor-
tunity to express my appre-
ciation to everyone for their
prayres, telephone ctlls,
cards ard flowers during my
recent surgery and recupera-


J.O. LUCAS


neighborhood of $100,000.
After it is built, I will give
the beach front I own either
to the upland owners or the
county, whoever it is deem-
ed it should go to.
Costin stated he had par-
chased it several years ago to
"Keep hippies from camping
on the beach". The attorney
said, "If it is public property,
anyone can use it, including
the hippies. A private owner
can get action in getting
undesirables removed."
Costin said he owned con-
siderable property at St. Joe
Beach which is valuable for
development. "I am also con-
cerned over what happens to
the water side to protect my
inland investment".
Costin said he had been
given a waiver from the
Department of Natural Re-
sources to build over the
set-back line which applies in
the area where the new house
is being built. "I have all the
necessary permits",
The Beach people had most-
ly been represented by John
Sealey and Evan Williams,
who did most of the talking
and Williams took the floor
after Costin's presentation to
say, "If he'll do what he says,
we should play ball. It sounds
like a good deal to me."
All of the beach people
recognized that Costin had a
right to build on his property,
but they were concerned over
the future.
Costin said he would meet
with all residents of the beach


OBITUARIES:


Mrs. Nora D. Gainnie Morris Dies


Mrs. Nora D. Gainnie
Morris, 85, a resident of White
City passed away Monday
morning, May 8, at Gulf Coast
Community Hospital. She was
born in Washington County,
SFlorida n'Jine d 24, 1892. Mrs,,,
an = sev : .. *1


S Last tites Held

for Mrs. May N
Mrs. May N. Pierson, 84, 232
Sixth St., died Monday in
Municipal Hospital following
an extended illness.
She was a native of Youngs-
town, and had lived in Port St.
Joe for the past 24 years. She
attended the First Baptist
Church in Port St. Joe.
Survivors include: one-
daughter, Mrs. Ruth Parker
Freeman of Port St. Joe; four
brothers, Arthur Nixon of
Howard Creek, T. B. Nixon of
Lynn Haven and Garland and
Ralph Nixon, both of Wewa-


Morris had been a resident of
Gulf County for the past 35
years and was a member of
the White City Assembly of
God Church.
She is survived by six
daughters: lMrs. Hattie

Wednesday

. Pierson, 84
hitchka; two sisters, Mrs.
Alice Jones of Camilla, Ga.
and Mrs. Blanche Davis of
Arcadia; and two great grand-
children.

Funeral services were held
at two p.m. Wednesday at
Comforter Funeral Home
Chapel in Port St. Joe with the
Rev. Claude E. McGill, as-
sisted by the Rev: William N.
Stephens, officiating. Inter-
ment was in the family plot of
Evergreen Memorial Gar-
dens in Panama City.


Pierce, Port St. Joe; Mrs.
Maudie Watson and Mrs. Nina
Underwood, White City; Mrs.
Nellie Wynn, Lithonia, Ga.;
Mrs. Gladys Cain, Greens-
boro, Fla., Mrs. Roxie Brog-
', don, 'Panama City; three
sons' RGeorge Gainnie, Port St.
Joe; iElmer' Gainnie, West'
Palm Beach; and Roman
Gainnie, Panama City; 30
grandchildren; 45 great
grandchildren; five great,
great grandchildren; a sister:
Jane Hilderbrant, Chipley;
and a brother: Burl Pitts,
Marianna.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. EDT
in the White City Assembly of
God Church with Reverend
Bobby Taylor and Rev. Jack
Strader, officiating. Inter-
ment was in the Holly Hill
Cemetery.
The St. Clair Funeral Home
of Port St. Joe was in charge
of arrangements. .


at any time to discuss that
future.
The Beach residents seemed
determined to take him up on
the offer in the near future.


Superintendent of Schools
Walter Wilder has announced.
that registration for Kinder-
garten and first grade will be
held at the three Gulf County
elementary schools on Friday,
May 12, from 8:30 a.m. until
2:30 p.m. This registration is
for students entering Gulf
County public schools for the


1978-79 school year.
Kindergarten students en-
rolling for the fall term must
be five years old on or before.
January 1, 1979. First grade
students who have not attend-
ed kindergarten in public
school must be six years of
age on or before January 1,
1979. Parents are required to


present an approved proof-of-
age for each child to be
enrolled: birth certificate,
baptismal record, life insur-
ance policy on child in force
for two years or more, Bible
record with sworn affidavit or
passport showing age of child.
Prior to the beginning of the
fall, school term each child


must have a complete health
certificate showing he or she
has been examined by a
medical doctor and obtained
the required innoculations.
These innoculations are avail-
able through the Gulf Courty
Health Department free:of
charge, or from the family
physician. -


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jAGE'FOUR

PDAR Will

Meet Next

Wednesday

IAt Beach
SThe May meeting of the St.
Joseph Bay Chapter of the
Daughters of the American
-Revolution which will be held
:at the beach home of Mrs.
-.PauJ Fensom, "BONNIE
-DUNE" at 21st Street on
.Highway 98, will be the last
:meeting of the chapter before
-the summer recess. This
: .supper meeting, scheduled for
5:30 p.m., Wednesday, May
17, will complete Mrs.
,Fensom's term as regent, and
Sthe new officers, elected at the
April meeting, are to be
S installed at this time. 'It is
hoped that the members who
have been unable to attend the
luncheon meetings will be able
to attend this one. Hostesses
for this meeting are Mrs. Wm.
J. Rish, Mrs. Elizabeth
Thompson, Mis. W. 0. Cathey,
Jr. and Mrs. Dwight Marshall,
the chapter's newest
-members.
,St. Joseph Bay Chapter has
elected Mrs. Thomas Owens of
1 110 Long Avenue to serve as
:, he new regent. Having served
s vice-regent for the past
tree years since thd chapter.
was organized in 19'5 and as
chairman of the program
committee, Mrs. Owens is
vWell qualified to hold this
office. Her programs for the
years 1976-'77 and 1977-'78
have earned the Blue Ribbon
Award for the chapter, and
she has represented the
chapter at the last three state
conferences.
Other officers to be installed
'with Mrs. Owens are as
* follows: Vice-Regent,. Mrs.
Charles Browne; Chaplain,
Mrs Ralph Swatts, Sr.; Re-
cording Secretary, Mrs.
George Suber; Corresponding
,Secretary, Mrs. Charles B.
'hnith. Treasurer, Mrs.
fterman Dean; Registrar,
Mrs. Paul Fensom; Historian,
Mrs. Winston Wells; Parlia-
mentarian, Mrs. Nobie H.
Stone; and the present chap-
lain, Mrs. George Suber, has
been named by Mrs. Fensom
as the Installing Officer.
iSt. Joseph 'Bay Chapter's
three year history under the
direction of Mrs. Fensom, who
will be remembered as the
Organizing Regent, is out-
standing and has been recog-
nized on several occasions by
state and national officers and
has received a number of
awards, including the coveted
National Gold Honor Roll
Award for the past two years.
The DA R members are grate-


Mrs. Mary Reeves of Port
St. Joe and Mr. Lester Reeves
of Tallahassee proudly an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Pamela Marie
Reeves of Tallahassee to
David Richard DeFelice also
of Tallahassee, son of Mr. and


THE STAR, Porf St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 11. 1978


Monday, May 15
Beef stew with vegetables,
cabbage slaw, cake, corn-
bread and milk.
Tuesday, May 16
Turkey sandwich, tomato.
lettuce and cheese, French
fries, cookie or cake and milk.
Wednesday, May 17
Spaghetti with cheese, tos-
sed salad, lima beans, cake.
rolls and milk.
Thursday. May 18
Hot dog with chili, green
beans. French fries, cookie or
cake and milk.
Friday, May 19
Hamburger steak, mashed
potatoes with gravy, turnip
greens, banana pudding, corn-
bread and milk.

University where she will
finish her Bachelor's Degree
in secondary math education
this June and will begin her
Master's during the next aca-
demic year.
David is a 1968 graduate of
Brooklyn Preparatory High
SSchool. He received his Bache-
lor's Degree in geology from
Brooklyn College in 1973 and
in 1975 received his Master's
from Duke University, Dur-
ham, North Carolina. He is
presently working towards his
PhD in Geology at Florida
State University and .as ac-
cepted a position witk Mobil
Oil Corporation in Houston,
Texas, upon completion of his
degree. He is a member of
Sigma Xi Honorary Science
Fraternity.
Final wedding plans will be
announced later.


Mrs. Richard DeFelice of
Brooklyn, New York.
Pam is a 1974 high honor
graduate'of Port St. Joe High
and graduated with honors
from Tallahassee Community
College in 1975. She is current-
ly enrolled at Florida State


Miss Cindy Atkins


Is Shower Honoree


Mrs. Clarice Wilson and
Mrs. Kaye Parrish honored
Cindy Atkins, June bride-
elect, with a calling bridal
shower on May 6th in the home
of Mrs. Wilson.
Tables and party areas were
beautifully decorated in the
bride-to-be's chosen colors of
peach and mint green.
Miss Atkins greeted her
guests in a summer mint
green dress. Her outfit was
complemented by a peach and
white carnation corsage pre-
sented to her by the hostesses.
Mrs. Wesley Atkins, mother of
the honoree, was also present-
ed a lovely corsage.
The hostesses for the occa-


sion presented the honoree
with four crystal ice-tea
glasses.
The wedding of Cindy Atkins
and Steve Tatum will be June
10th at 7 p.m. at the First
Pentecostal Holiness Church.

What's What
The What's What Club held
their monthly meeting,
Friday, April 28th, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Clements, St. Joe Beach.
A Reuben casserole, salad,
dessert and coffee was served.
Plans were made for a
weekend of golfing at the Spa,
in Dothan, Al.


Linda Lynch


June Bride-elect


Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lynch
of 104 4th Street, Port St. Joe,
are proud to announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Linda, to Paul Fuqua, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Galen Fuqua,
3616 Eagle Lane, Panama
City.
Linda is a 1978 D.C.T.
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School and is presently em-
ployed at-Port St. Joe High
Elementary School.


Paul is a 1976 graduate of
Mosely High School and is
employed with Fuqua's Paint-
ing and Sandblasting.
The wedding will be an
event of June 9th at 7:30 p.m.
at Gospel Assembly Church,
528 E. Baldwin Road, Panama
City. All friends and relatives
are invited to attend.


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Rev. Richard Hamm to

Receive Master's Degree


SOr Saturday, May 6, a calling coffee shower
was held in the St. James Episcopal Parish
House honoring Kim Ernst. Hostesses were
Mrs. Jay Allen, Betty Boyd, Janice Cox,
Teresa Johnson, Charlotte Nedley, Jean


Stebel and Miss Tinker Jolley.
Enjoying the occasion from left to right
are: Mrs. Lavernon Powell, the honoree, and
Mrs. Wayne Ernst.


Rev. Richard L. Hamm of
Tallahassee, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benton Hamm of Port St.
Joe, will be receiving his
Masters Degree in Ministerial
Studies on May 11 from Gulf
"Coast Seminary in Panama
City.
Richard graduated from
Port St. Joe High School in
.1974. He received his Associa-

Housewarming

for Nazarene

Music Minister
The Church of the,Nazarene
is hosting a housewarming
party for their Minister of
Music and his family, Rev.
and Mrs. Donald T. Durham,
Saturday, May 13 frqm 7 p.m.
to 10 p.m. This will be held in
the Durham's new home at 520
7th Street in Port St. Joe.
The members of the Church
: : extend a cordial invitation to
all of the friends and neigh-
bors of Don and Carol to drop
by Saturday evening and
share in this occasion.


te of Arts Degree from
Chipola College in 1975 and his
Bachelor Degree in Minister-
ial Studies from Gulf Coast
Seminary in 1977. He is pre-
sently working on his Doc-
torate Degree and is Pastor of
Southside Assembly of God
Church in Tallahassee.
He is married to the former
Anita Raffied, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Raffield of
Port St.- Joe;


Hamm


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Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friends
SUNDAYSCHOOL ... ................. 9:45A.M.
WORSHIPSERVICES..... 11:00 A.M.& 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.

Nursery Provided Rev. William N. Stephens,
Pastor


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SMo th of Auxiliary to
May Is Month of H
Have Bake Sale
der meThe Highland View Church
j Older Ameri' of God Ladies Auxiliary will
Shave a bake sale in front of


This is Older Americans
i Month. President Carter has
proclaimed it, just as each
President has done every year
since John Fitzgerald Ken-
nedy's first national pro-
clamation of Senior Citizens
Month in 1963. Even before
that, many States and locali-
ties ..onored their.older citi-
zens with special activities in
May.
On local and national
scenes, May is a special tinie
to honor Older Americans for
their continuing and past
achievements, and to raise
public awareness of their par-
ticular.concerns. It is a time
for each community to check
how well it is doing for its
older citizens' desire to lead


independent, satisfying, pro-
ductive lives.
The needs of older people
are at least as varied as those
of any other age groups. Their
needs are recreational, social,
cultural and education. Most
need productive activity-
paid work, work at home, or
volunteer service outside. Ur-
gent needs for some are home
.health services.
Many communities already
have nutrition projects. They'
serve well-balanced hot meals
to older people at group sites,
and, in many localities carry
meals to shut-in elderly
persons. This service is spon-
* scored in the Gulf County area
by the Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association, Inc.


Bill's Dollar Store Saturday.
The sale will be conducted
from 9:00 a.m., until every-
thing is sold.
Come by and buy something
special for Mom.
X-rays were discovered by
German physicist Wilhelm
Conrad Roentgen in 1895.


Bu Carrie L. Brown Is

Bethune-Cookman Grad


Ms. Carrie L. Brown recent-
ly- graduated from Bethune-
Cookman College. Commence-.
ment was held on May 1 in
Moore Gymnasium, Daytona
Beach.
Ms. Brown was one of 223
candidates for graduation.
She was a 1975 high honor
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School. She received her
'Bachelor -of Arts Degree in
Sociology. She also graduated
with Magna Cum Laude
honors and a accumulative
grade point average of 3.69.
During her stay at Bethune-
Cookman College, Ms. Brown
was a, member of Delta Sigma
Theta Sorority, Inc., Alpha
Kappa Mu National Honor
Society, Behaviorial Science
Club, and a Peer Tutor. In
addition, she received numer-
ous honors during this time,
she was the recipient of a
$1,550 Merit Scholarship based
on academic performance and
she was constantly named as a
Presidential scholar and
Dean's list student.
Ms. Brown' is the daughter
of Mrs. Sadie M. Dawson and
granddaughter of Mrs. Ar-
leana Blakely, both of Port St.
Joe. Her guests for the occa-
sion include ,her mother,
V-s. Isdora^Blakshire, Mrs.
: Lfllian Watts, Ms. Vicki Win-
field, Ms. Brenda Daniels, Ms.
Gracie Mason and Mr. Darius
Chambers, relatives and
friends of the graduate re-


I
Tammy


Carrie L. Brown
spectively.
Ms. Brown plans to attend
graduate school in the near
future and work on a M.A.
Degree in Social Work, She is
presently employed with the
Gtlf County CETA Office,
Port St. Joe.


Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis, She is prese
Sr., of Port St. Joe, have clerk with
announced the engagement Company.
and approaching marriage of Her fiani
their daughter, Tammy graduate
Yvonne Lewis to Robert Lee Jr.-Sr. Higl
Farmer, Jr., sonof Mrs. Lillie attended Al
Russell of Panama City and versity and
Robert Farmer, Sr., of,Port Southern 1
St. Joe. presently in
Miss Lewis is a 1976 gradu- Army, stati
ate of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High son, South
School and has attended Gulf
Coast Community College. The wed


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 GARRISON AVE.- PORT ST. JOE


event of Jui
p.m., at 2
Church. No
are being se
and relative
attend. .


Birth
Mr. and Mrs. John Julian
Teague, Jr. wish to announce
the birth of their son. John
Julian III. He was born
Sunday, April 30th, weighing
seven Ibs. 13 oz. at Tallahas-
see Memorial Hospital. He
will be called Jay.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Hallman of
Port St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.
John J. Teague. Sr. of Talla-
Shassee.


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Lewis Robert Farmer


ntly employed as a
the St. Joe Paper

ce is also a 1976
of Port St. Joe'
h School and has
labama A&M Uni-
! the University of
Mississippi. He is
the United States
oned at Fort Jack-
Carolina.
ding will be an
ne 10, 1978, at 6:00
ion Fair Baptist
local invitations
ent, but all friends
es are invited to


Invites You to Worship with Them
,,,,~.,William Wilson, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... 9:45AM
MORNINb WORSHIP ............I........ 11:00AM
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 7:00 PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT ..................... 7:00 PM




Remember Mother

on- Mother's
Day May 14 e


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 11, '1978


WouId Save

Old Capitol
Wayne Childtors presided at
Ihe May 6th meeting of the
Saint Joseph Historical
'S~ city, in the absence of the
Pi -esident, Mrs. RRtlph Swatts,
Sr.
n response to R epresenta-
tiv' John L. Mica's letter in
reg\Ird to saving the old
Florida Capitol building, the
-a group' voted to expi'ess by
letter" to the appropriate
partii s the Hist, rical
Soci-et y's continued inter est in
the preservation and restora-
.tion of the building.

the -City of Port St. Joe in tl.%e
maintenance of the old ceme'-
tery; particularly commend-
ing iTom Coldeway for his
assist stance. Mrs. Biinson re-
portt id plans for further beau-
tifica Ition of the area.


Bottle Takes Trip

Cynthia Howard, left, and Tonya Cross show off their
letter returned to them after a two-month journey in a bottle
around the peninsula of Florida. The girls put the letter in a
bottle on February 18, as part of a seventh grade science
project for Mrs. Susie Cooper, their teacher at Port St. Joe
High School. Between February 18, and April 25, the bottle
travelled from St. Joseph's Bay through the Gulf of Mexico,
around the Florida Keys and into the Atlantic Ocean, where
it was carried by the Gulfstream up to Patrick's Air Force
Base, just south of Cape Kennedy. A three year boy found the
bottle, and a neighbor, Harry Greiser, responded to the note
by mailing the girls' letter back to Port St. Joe. (Quite a
journey for a bottle!)


THANK YOU

I am indeed grateful for the vote
of confidence I received in the
City election. I pledge to serve
you to the very best of my ability.
With humility, I thank you.


John Robert Smith


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St. Joe Beach '648-5213

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selection of indoor and
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Also in stock, console
color, & B&W television,
console & component
stereo & portable radios.
Where?


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Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
Phone 227-1813


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iNUewse.
WS. 7

From 1ih

:By WOO'DY JONES
"t..
I. GHTS OUT
;-. i:-There was a lot of ex cite-
e*nt oiat at the high school
lMonda'y when the lights went
-. out. M,r. Herring was 1 ,early
trampledd to death wh en he
S finally gave the signal to go
hom e. Everyone was really
ups et about missing a clay of
school, which was cbbvious
S fr'm the stampede for the
S d por.
CHEERLEADERS
Cheerleader tryc.uts were
held Monday, with 10 girls
selected for the '79-79 v varsity
*..'. squad. Leslie Costin, itacey
rharpe, Dawana J icobs,
S Caron Lynn, Tammy Butts,
Helen Ullman, Paula T 'anker-
.sley, Gwen Sims, Pat da Be-
"" sore and Lynn Besorci were
chosen from a field of 1 3 girls.
S Twenty-five girls went out for
the junior high squad. The fol-
lowing 10 girls were chosen:
June Foxworth, Latric :a Allen,
S Lindy Moore, Ann Wi ird, Lori
McClain, Traci McCI: ain, Lisa
Whaley, Pam Sanbol ,n, Trish
,.. Tapper and Marcia .Stouta-
S mire.
WHEELETT' ES
Last week, the fac ulty chose
Lte new Wheelette: ; for next
.. year. Selected wer e: Dianne
/ Graham, Dawan a Jacobs,
Martha Adkison, S andra Mar-
'- tin, Traci Norwooc 1. Lynn Be-
sore, Sherrie Ra Ifield, Lori
Register, Moniq um Pierce,
Cindy Wingate, "frolya Allen
Sand Stephanie Rit ss. The
Wheelettes also ele cted new
officers: Cherry Stel el, presi-
,4 dent; Yvonne (juilf ord, vice
president; Kalren I immell,
S secretary and Car< m Lynn,
treasurer.
ST. JOE SINGI *RS
STheSt. Joe Singers, received
.a Superior ra ting for their per-
formanceat the Stat. e Festival
in Gaines'sille la st week.
Paula Tank ersley rn ceived an
Excellent rating in her solo.
Each men .ber was presented
with a me dal for th eir efforts.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 11. 1978



Ladies to Play


0 o


1e High School


Afterwards they all went to
Disney World.
RETRACTION??
Last week, Bob Lange got a
little perturbed about me writ-
ing that he had locked us out of
our room at the Convention in
Winter Haven. Thursday
morning, he claimed slander
and demanded an immediate
retraction. Actually, Bob did-
n't take part in the actual
maneuver of locking the door,
but he should know all about
hotel doors because he is heir
apparent to the Motel St. Joe
empire. So Bob will just have
to wait a while for his "re-
traction."


Softball
The Port St. Joe Dixie Youth
Ladies' Softball Tournament
will be held on Friday and
Saturday of this weekend.
This event has become an
annual affair with proceeds
going to finance the Dixie
Youth Baseball activities for
the year.
Games for the softball tour-
ney will be going simultan-
eously in three fields of the
Dixie Youth complex on 10th
St.
The first game of the tourna-
ment will be Friday night at
7:00, pitting St. Joe Merchants
against Chocolate City, follow-
ed at 8:30 with a game pitting
the Sluggers against the
Flames.


Tourney
Action will begin Saturday
morning at 9:00 with Shiver
Construction Co. and Tyndall
AFB doing battle in field one;
the Lady Vampires and Little
Jack's Lounge in field two
and Tidewater Equipment Co.
and Havana Rappers in field
three. Winners from these
games will advance in the
finals with other games slated
at 10:30 a.m., 12 noon, 1:30
p.m., 4:30 p.m., 6:00 and 9:00
p.m.
The special events: home-
run derby, throwing accuracy
and base running will be held
from 3:00-4:30 Saturday after-
noon.
Go out and watch these lady
softballers for a day of fast-
packed'ball games. By doing
so, you'll be helping the Dixie
Youth League..

Kiwanis


Continue


STEVE CLOUD OF PORT ST. JOE, right, was elected
vice president of the Student Government Association at
Mobile College during recent elections. Cloud, who will bea
junior next year, is a religion major at M C. and is a graduate
of Port St. Joe High School He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles W Cloud. Elected to serve with Cloud are Gary
Brittain of Gadsden, Ala., standing, chief justice, and Ricky
Payne of Lillian. Ala., president.


Big Sale
The Kiwanis Club will con-
tinue its White Elephant Sale
this Saturday morning from
9:00 a.m., to 2:00 p.m., accord-
ing to Ken Herring, project
chairman. Herring said the
sale was well received and at-
tended last Saturday, but that
there were still many good
items left to sell, due to the
unusually large reaction to
their collection of goods to
place in the sale.
Herring said the club could
use some more "hard goods"
for Saturday's sale, but that
they still had a good supply of
clothing, etc.
All proceeds from Satur-
day's sale will go to the Girl
Scout operations here in Gulf
County. The Kiwanis Club has
accepted. the. responsibility of
sponsoring Girl Scouts.
The sale will be conducted
'Saturday in the large white
building at the corner of
Second Street and Highway 98.


"Sailing Fever"


Prevalent Now


Pay close attention to where
you go, who you talk to, and
what you talk about during the
next few months because you-
might catch a severe dose of
the sailing fever. Once this
malady bites you, it will have
a profound effect upon your
spare time, and also upon your
pocketbook, and it'may last
for years.
There are several strains of
the sailing fever. One of these
is called racing, and you can
tell when a person has it
because he develops an in-
satiable craving for methods
of making a sailboat go 65s
miles an hour instead of 612
miles an hour. This disease
strikes hard, but those who
have it are generally consider-
ed odd, but harmless.
Another strain of the di-
sease is called "just knocking
about in boats". Those who
develop this, often believe
they have solved the mystery
of life and many times try to
demonstrate this by going off
into numerous, violent sub-
diseases, like skin diving, surf
sailing, cruising, star gazing,
and ukelele playing. In ulti-
mate cases, you will find them


just lying in the sun.on the fore
deck of a boat at anchor, with
a smile.
The most severe form of the
disease however is called Cat-
amaranitis. It is the worst of
all, and can scarcely be cured.
Those who get bitten by it look
normal but inside they are
half crazed. They lie awake
nights dreaming of the sound
of the wind in the sails and the
sensation of speed as they fly
over the waves and the swells.
So be on your guard. It could
happen to you!

No Fishing In

Reserve Area
Wildlife Officer Benny
Green says it is unlawful to
fish in the Edward Ball Wild-
life Management Area. Green
said several people have been
going into the Reserve area to
fish in the streams there,
illegally. "The area is closed
to hunting and fishing", Green
said.
Officer Green said cases are
being made against people.
caught in the area fishing or
hunting.


Help!

Cabinet Experience Needed

in Port St. Joe

FORMICA EXPERIENCE PREFERRED

Call after 6

229-6207
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Ever want the thrill of a
lifetime? Try the Star Catamaran 5.6,
she is 18'4" and really flies. She is safe and stable and
makes even the inexperienced skipper look good and
feel confident, even in rough weather.
ON DISPLAY AT

MARQUARDT MARINA
Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach
Lessons & Free Demonstrations Are
Being Offered on Saturdays

St. Joe Sailing Service
Owner Shirley R. Simpson, M.D.

229-6491 or 229-8814

Port St. Joe
SALES LESSONS DEMONSTRATIONS


St. Joe Singers


. Get "Superior"
' ne St. Joe Sin gers traveled sang, "Landslide" and
to Gainesville on May 4th to in the Clowns" for an ex(
P participate in the Florida rating.
Vo local Association State Con- The St. Joe Singers
I est. The Singerrs achieved the performing at the Lin
ultimate award of a Superior street dance in Mexico
rating. Saturday night and the
The Singer, are pictured in Spring concert on May
front of the 26 foot motor home the High School Cor

Which they rented to travel in. Area.
After recei',ing their rating
and medal-;, the Singers en- Port St. Joe should b
. -joyed a visit to Disney World. proud of their St. Joe S
The St., Joe Singers have for all of their hard wo
worked hard for the choral determination. They a
:music pf:ogram this year. students of Ann Aid
They ha'/e earned money to Choral Director.
buy a ,.pot light, make an
album a nd finance their way
to State Contest. Their record,
"Comin.g Alive", should be in
by the first week of June.
Paul.a Tankersley also
earned the right to participate .%%
in Sta e level competition. She


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Sat
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MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ...... 11:00 A.M.
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will be on sale Fri. & Sat.


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Tennis Clothes


Blouses

Shirts

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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.
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PAGE SEVEN


W LOOKING


FOR A JOB?.


RAESATEFO AL


3 BR home for sale, deep
well & city water, facing bay.
S$12,800. $4,000 down, terms.
7634862. 4tC4-20

4 lots in Highland View on
8th St. For information, call
Magdalene Stewart Wewa
S639-5614. 4tc4-20

2 BR home with good size
porch and utility room, on 75'
x 150' lot. Stove and refrig-
Serator included. .19,000. 648-
S5315. tfc 323

t75'x115'zoneedlotatMexicc
Beach. Phone 229-2763. tfc --25

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


. New brick home at 106
Yaupon Ave., 3 BR, 2 bath,
dining room, living roorn, den
and kitchen. Call 227-1302 or
227-1151. tfcl0-7

3 bedroom house with nice
family room, chain link fence
around back yard, garden
spice. 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

Cottage, 2 BR, 2nd Ave.,
Highland View, corner lot,
$5,000 firm. 648-5332.
tfc 12-15


RETIREMENT HOME
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, cen-
tral air and heat, 350' front-
age on Dead Lakes on Jehu
Road, Wewahitchka. Only
$40,000.00.
GOOD RENTAL POTEN-
TIAL PLUS A HOME
Well kept older 2 bedroom
frame home, with an apart-
ment in it, also a duplex
masonry apartment build-
ing. To sell completely fur-
nished. Near downtown
shopping.
WEEKEND RETREAT
One bedroom frame cot-
:tage on 6 lots near. Cypress
Lodge on Dead Lakes. A
good buy at $7,000.00.
FRANK HANNON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133
3tc 5-4


We're Here ForYou..
" I1 @ Each office is independently owned and operated

SE. B. MILLER REALTY


F.H.
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men
i & a,


PORT ST. JOE
Brick home, 3 bdrm, 1 bath,
living room, dining room, ,
carpeted den, kitchen. Lot
91' x 148'. Assume 7% per;
cent existing mortgage. 2007
Palm Blvd.

3 bdrm, 1 bath, living rm,
din. rm., kitchen, yard
fenced, shallow well &
pump. 1904 Cypress. .

Swimming pool, 4 bedroom,
2 baths, den, living rm,
dining rmi, carpet, custom
drapes. 2,240 sq. ft. Chain
link fence.. Cen. h&a. 304
'12th St. -- A rearbargainat
$39,500.
Price Reduced 2 story
older frame home, 2 separ-
Sate apartments. 3 bdrms
up; 2 bdrms, screen porch
down; Separate stairway
front & back. 708 Long Ave.
$12,500.
New Listing! 2219th St., 2
bdrm, 1 bath, complete w
stove, refrig., dishwasher, 2
window a-c's, curtains and
carpets. New panelling, new
plumbing, screen porch.
New 3 bdrm home in Ward
Ridge oi Monica Drive, car-
peted and vinyl, cent. H-AC,"
double garage and utility
room,
Brick home, 3 bdrms, large-
rooms, nice corner lot, good
location. Lots of extra fea-
tures. 1912 Juniper.
3 bdrm, 1 bath, living-dining
ar n 2 beautifults total-
in 6' f rage
sh, w rsho utility
w Tiy for
starter home. 212 12th St.

4 bdrm, lV baths, plenty of
roon for large family,
alin~ ng, e ar-.
boack
yd ,'o f--Priced
right, 518 8th St..
3 bdrm home on 2 park-like
lots, custom drapes & al-
most new carpet. Lots of
extras. 815,Woodward.

3 bdrm, 2 bath, large living
room. Carpeted thruout.
Fenced yard, patio area off
living room. Price reduced.
106 Bellamy Circle.

DALKEITH
Country living at its best.
1 acres with 3 bdrm, 1
bath, living rm, den, screen-
ed porch. Cen. h-ac and
carpeted.


A. approved 'loan. Down payment '$1,;-
0. Monthly principal and interest pay-
t$293.94.3 bdrm,2bath, cornerlot, cen. h
chain link fence. 1911 Long Ave.
... *-* -


BEACHES
Almost new beach cottage, 2
bdrm-bath, living .room,
" dining-kitchen combo. 8th
Street. __
SFive-plex currently rented,
Near water on 40th St. Good
Investment.
3 bdrm brick fiome, nearly
new, in excel. cond. On 2 lots
totalling 150' x 150'. A per-
manent home to be proud of.
Corner of Georgia and Mag-
ellan, St. Joe Beach.

Almost new stilt-house on
75' x 100' lot overlooking
Gulf. 2 bdrms, bath, big kit-
chen.

Mobile home on nice lot %
block from U.S. 98 20th St.,
Mexico Beach. $18,000.

/ Large 60x15' screen porch
added to comfortable mo-
bile home on excel. lot.
Santa Anna & Alabama, St.
Joe Beach. $20,000.

Duplex 1 bdrm & bath one
side, 2 bdrm & bath other
.side on nice lot. Columbus
St., St. Joe Beach.

Small beach house, need
some repairs 1 block from
beach. 100' x 75' lot, bargain
at $14,500. 7th St., Mexico
Beach.

Mobile home with 2 added
rooms on nice landscaped
lot making a total of 3
bdrms, den, bath, large
living room, completely fur-
nished. Tennessee Ave.,
Mexico Beach.

Several nice beach lots to
choose from.

Furnished trailer and lot,
$9,500.

OAK GROVE
2 story house, 1,900 sq. ft.,
on lot 50x150'. Needs repair.
Deep well & pump. Exc.
potential. 136 2nd Ave.

INDIAN PASS
2 story home with sun roof
and balconies. Beautiful
view. 2 bedrooms, upper,
floor. Complete separate
apartment lower floor, built
to last. A home plus income.

Brand spanking new 2 bed-
room, bath, living dining-
kitchen area. Carpeted &
vinyl, central h&a. Ready
for occupancy. $24,000.


WEWAHITCHKA
SRed Bull Island area, Can-
ning Rd. Double wide m-h
on 1 acres w 150x50' cat-
fish pond. M-H has 4 bdrms,
2 batghs, den, living rm,
dining rm, carpeted and
vinyl thruout, priced to sell,
$20,000.

Almost new brick home-
13 acres. Over 3,500 sq. feet
of living area. This one is
two homes in one-3 bdrms
2 baths, liv. rm, din. rm,
kitchen and den in main
area and under same roof a
lovely Apartment w liv. rm -
din. rm, kitchen combina-
tion. Large bath and dress-.
ing rm area. Central heat
and air, city water.
HIGHLAND VIEW
208 2nd Ave. Starter home
for young' couple. Call us for
a look-see. $8,000.

Bay lot and fire-damaged
dwelling at reduced price.
$7,500.

DOUGLAS
LANDING
How about a getaway place
for weekends?. Brand new
"A" frame brick and.wood
construction. 3 bdrm -1 bath
electric heat. "Cute as a
bug" on lovely wooded lot.
Reduced.

WHITE CITY
Charles St., 4th on right. 3'
bdrm, 2 bath, brick, laundry
room, garage on wooded,
chain link fence lot. $23,500.
Large frame home and barn
on 2.65 a. 4 bdrms, 2 baths,
liv. rm, dining rm and den
comb., fireplace, scr. porch,
utility porch, stove, ref. &
furn., gas heat & tank,
32,000 btu AC, concrete
block barns, new pump and-
deep well. Bargain, $32,000.

MOBILE HOMES
Excellent double-wide Tif-
fany, partially furnished.
Buy equity and take over
payments.
ACREAGE
312 A. in Overstteet. Dbl-
wide mobile home. 4 bdrms,
2 baths, large den, built-in
bar. Excellent condition.
Price reduced.

COMMERCIAL
For Sale or Lease-Excel-
lent store location. 222 Reid
Ave. $30,000. Rent or lease
negotiable.


23,000 Hotpoint air condi-
tioner, still in warranty. Also
small 6,000 BTU, $225 for both.
227-1356. tc 5-11

YARD SALE-May 12 and
13, Friday and Saturday, 9-6,
plenty to choose from. Corner
Cornado .& Alabama, St. Joe
Beach. It 5-11

Perfect wedding and shower
gifts. Lace-trimmed nylon tri-
cot sheets, pillow cases, con-
tour fitted bottom, king,
queen, etc. Call 648-5201. .
2tp5-11


15 h.p. Evinrude, ex
condition. 229-6922 aft
p.m.


"The Great Tide",
by Rubylea Hall, form
dent.of Port St. Joe, wi
sale at the following
and also it is in it
printing:
Buzzett's Drug Store
Campbell's Drug Store
Pauline's Restaurant
Phillip's Gulf Service
Hickory House-
Gulf Sands Restauran
Mexico Beach Grocer
Kerigan's Kargo, M.B
Mrs. Hubert Brinson,
St., Port St. Joe, Fla. 2


AKC Registered
Dobermnan Pinscher; 4
old. Has had ears crop
has had all shots. If int
call 229-8877 or 227-164


Baby ducks, turkeys, bob
white quail and pharoah quail.
Eggs hatched. Elmo Ford,
227-1293. tf 5-11


MISC, FO SAL


19' mullet boat, 2 nets, $750.
Call 229-6500 or 227-1281.
tfc 5-4

1975 Brougham mini home,
Dodge ,motor, 12,000 'miles,
front a-c, pb, ps, in good
condition. 229-8639. 2tp 5-4


1812' Seabreeze boa
ii.p. Chrysler engine.
lent cond. Less than 6
hours, new heavy dut
vanized trailer & other
Price $1,875 firm.. Phone
Wimberly 227-1739 after
4


excellent Custom draperies,
er 5:30 spreads and show sl
Many fabrics to choose
tfc 5-11 .25 percent discount thr
15. Call Louise Varnum
written lachicola, 653-8056.
er resi-
ll be on
places CB Radios, Johnson,
s sixth Surveyor, antennas, ba
:tions, terms available.
era Auto.

Custom-built mobile
Station '012 x 65', 2 bdrm, 1
completely carpeted.
t, M.B. type furniture, cent. I
y, MB. air..Also house type w
S anddoors. Located on t
216 6th ,229-656.
29-8G63. *
3tp 5-1 18' fiber glass boat.
seen at 1105 Garrisor
female See Pauline at Pauline'
months aurant.


ped and
rested
. tfc5-4


TRAMPOLINES IN
6 FT. x 10 FT. OR R
We deliver and assi
Terms available. WES
AUTO, 219 Reid Ave. 22


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Excel-
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Reduced safe & fast with
GoBese Tablets & E-Vap
"water pills". Campbell's
Drug. 8tp 4-20

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


u t.oa Visit
y gal- MING'S GREENHOUSE
items. St. Joe Beach
e G.H. For the best assortment 'of
5 p.m. flowering and foliage plants,
t4 cacti, ferns, succulents and
bed- bedding plants.
hades. 648-5213 tfc 4-13
from,
ru May Custom-made wooden name
n, Apa- plaques, for mail boxes, front
gates, door posts, etc. Econo-
6tc 4-6 my Motors & Garden Center,
301 Hwy. 98. HV, 229-6001.
Craig, New and used lawnmowers
ise sta- for sale. Lawn mowers, tills
West- and garden tractors repaired.
tfc3-4 Economy Motors &,1'arden
Center, 301 Hwy. 98, HV.
home;, 229-6001. tfc 4-28
bath,
House- No need for wet carpets. Dry
heat & clean them with HOST. Use
windows rooms right away. Rent
he Gulf machine. St. Joe' Furniture,
tfc 4-27 227-1251. tfc 10-23
FOR STANLEY HOME
Can be PRODUCTS
i, $900. Call Betty Gilbert
's.Rest- 648-5047
tfc 7-15
tfc 4-27
15' fiberglass boat, 16,500
S btu window air conditioner.
STOCK 229-6336. tfc 5-4
OUND.
emble. One Realistic CB. radio with
STERN side band, has digital clock. 1
27-1105. yr. old, paid, $399, will sell for
tfc-4-6 $150. 227-1541. tfc 5-4


SEVIE


Any Type Lawn Work
I'll do it right
whether large or small!
Call Now!
Tommy Simmons 228404
Free Estimates
4tp4-27


CAREFOOT SEPTIC
Septic tanks cleaned
Phone 229-8227


ALLEN'SCABINE
328 7th Street
Highland View
Cabinets, furniture, v
etc.
Call 229-6207


Painting & Remode
Reasonable Rate
Free Estimates
Phone 648-5204
tfc
FILL DIRT
Front End Loade
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SO
229-6018

ST. JOE MACHINE
Machine Work Web
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on duty al
every day


KENT SERVICE (
GE Dealer
New & Used Applial
For Services or Pa
Call 229-6394
tfc.


TANK
lout.

tfr 12-22

:TS


Carpentry Work Done Psychological Services for
Reasonable Rates anyone with problems in day-
Jimmy Johnson to-day living. Gulf County
Phone 229-8757 Guidance Clinic, Port St.' Joe.
tfc 2-2 227-1145. (24 hr.)


LEWIS FLOOR CLEANING
All Types
229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 9-2.


Personalized New Car
SQuote Service
On any American-made new
car or pick-up truck. Get
factory retail cost on your
next new car before buying.
Could save you money.
CALL
BEACH AUTO SALES
648-8236
8 tp 3-23


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



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


WHITFIELD'S
POWER CLEANING
& PAINTING
Carpentry & Plumbing
Repairs

Houses or Any Buildings
229-8715 tfc 2-2


anities, Complete Wood Shop
Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
tfc 12-1 Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
ling paint, lumber.
as Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hwy 98 W. 227-1763
12-8 tfe 8-5
REPAIRS
er Aluminum screens and doors,
carpentry, house repair, mill-
)N work, roof repair and re-roof-
ing.
o SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
C. Phone 229-6018
ldng Port St. Joe tfc 7-22

BILL'S CAR CRUSHER
i day will buy your old car.
Phone 227-1654-
for information.

CO. 2Also
n Offering:
nces TOWIN
rts 52tp7-14 C


4-28


for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


kills bugs for
up to six months,
and soves you about $100 yearly
in cosly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
SPort St Joe Florida


For Cable TV
installationn In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232-
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office


For Rent: 2 bedroom, 1
large, 1 small, furnished a-
partment. On waterfront and
Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach. Call
648-5219 after 6:00 p.m. 2tp 5-4

For Rent: 3 bdrm partially
furnished house, $200 month.
525 10th St., Port St. Joe. Call
639-2686.

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

Furnished 3 BR, 2 BR and 1
BR houses for rent. Phone 229-
6777 after.7jp.m. tfe 3-23

One or two bedroom unfur-
nished apartments. Call 229-
6816. 4tc 4-27

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

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.
tfc 3-16

-3 BR furnished house, 528
7th St. 648-5873 after 4 p.m.






1975 Chevy Scottsdale V ton
pick-up, lbaded, air, CB, good
shape. 206 9th St. 229-6976.
tp 5-11

1976 Chevrolet Manza, under
warranty. 4 cyl., a-c, excel.
cond. Call 229-8478. tfc 5-4

1977 Cougar XR7, air cond.,
am-fm, 8-track, vinyl roof,
excellent cond. Call Rich's
IGA, 227-1564. tfc 4-13



HELP ANTE


Help Wanted: apply in per-
son, no phone calls please. 266
Water Street, Apalachicola,
Intracoastal Marine Supply.
tfc 4-20






Reward offered for informa-
tion leading to the arrest and
conviction 6f the one who stole
three pigs from my pen in
Kenney Mills. Contact Willie
Burrows at 229-6846, 206 6th
St., Port St. Joe. 2tp5-11


NOTICE
I will not be responsible for
charges other than those in-
curred by-me personally.
Mark T. Martin
4tc 5-4

R.A.M.-Regular convoca-
tion of St. Joseph Chapter No.
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-
panions welcome.
E. E. WEEKS, H.P.
E. William McFarland, Sec.

There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 11, F. & A.M.,
every first and third Thursday
at 8:00 p.m.
J. J. PIPPIN, W.M.
F. E. Brogdon, Sec.







Wanted to Buy: Good used
baby port-a-crib. Call 227-1111.
Itc 5-11


- Waterfront lot with high
bluff overlooking Chipola Cut-.
off. Good water from deep
well. 168' on Hwy 22 A plus 175'
on water. Call Benton Hamm
at 639-2781. tfc 5-4

Lot for sale at Beacon Hill,
100' x50'. Call 648-5315. 2tp 5-4

3 BR, 2 bath block house,
cent. heat and air, Indian Pass
Beach. 229-6845. 2tp5-4


Public

Notices

REGISTRATION OF :
FICTITIOUS NAMES
We the undersigned, do
hereby declare that the names
of all persons interested in the
business or profession carried
on under the name of ST. JOE
SAILING SERVICE, located
at Mexico Beach, Fla., and the
extent of ownership is: DiD.
Shirley R. Simpson, owner,
100 percent.
4t 5-4

NOTICE
THE WEWAHITCHKA STATE BANK
wishes to announce the filing on April 2;
1978, of an application with the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation for a
branch facility in Port St. Joe, Florida.
If this application is approved, the
address of the proposed facility will be-
403 Williams Street.
The applicant shall, within 15 days
after the Regional Director has notified
the applicant in writing that an applica-
tion has been accepted for filing, publish
onetime in a newspaper of general
circulation in the community in which'
the applicant's head office is located and,
in a newspaper of general circulation.in
the community in which the applicant
proposes to engage in business a notice
containing.the name of the applicant or,
applicants, the subject matter of the
application, the location at which the'
applicant proposes to engage in busi-
ness, and the date upon which the
-application was accepted for filing by
RIV0C. JImmediately after publication,
the applicant shall furnish the Regional
Director with a certification from the
publisher and a tear sheet or clipping
evidencing such publication.
Any person wishing to comment on
this application may file his comments
in writing with the Regional Director of
the Federal Deposit Insurance Corpora-
tion at its Regional Office located at 233
Peachtree Street, N.E., Peachtree Cen-
ter Harris Tower, Suite 2400, Atlanta,!
Georgia, 30303. If any person desires to.
protest the granting of this application-
he has a right to do so If he files a writ-
ten notice of his Intent with the Regional.
Director within 15 days of the date of this
publication. The nonconfidential por-.
tions of the application are on file in the
Regional Office as part of the public file
maintained by the Corporation. This file
is available for public inspection during
regular business hours.
WEWAHITCHKA STATE BANK
Wewahitchka, Florida


BUS. OPP.


$250.00 per week for mailing
commission circulars at home
possible. Immediate income.
No experience required. For
guaranteed details, send $1.00
and a stamped, self-address-
ed envelope to:
BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
P.O. Box 455
Ruston, Louisiana 71270
3tp4-27


GCCC Lists

Summer

Courses
Over 180 courses ranging
from aeronautics to zoology
will be offered this summer at
Gulf Coast Conmunity Col-
lege, according to Harold
Conrad, college registrar.
Conrad explained that the
summer semester at Gulf
Coast is divided into two
sessions. Session A begins
May 15 and continues through
June 23. Session B begins June
26 and continues through
Aug--t 4.
Registration for either or
both sessions will be held May
11-12 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in.
the Fine Arts Auditorium.
Eveni-- registration will be
hela m ij 11 from 6-8 p.m..
Students registering early
for the B session will not bie
allowed to pay fees until the B
session begins. Fees for the A
session must be paid by May
24.
"We are offering a wide
variety of courses during the
summer," said Conrad.


Eldon B. Miller, Realtor Patty Miller, Associate

648-5011

Route 3, Box 167A Port St Joe, Fla. 32456


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THE STAR. Port St. J. Fla. THURSDAY. MAY 11. 1978


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bodied riWls weapons against
disease. The ancient'Eypthhs
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them agait ills and s m
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Pharmadst and the mprovd
u ud ~lM our yaw Mnidst
.oc .p-,.too, can rely on
.' Rxal brand product

YOUR


BUZZEUT'S
DRUG STORE
Ph. 223371 217 Williams
Convenient Drive-ln Window
Plenty of Free Parking


.7. .
High and low tides for the
Upco ring Week' in St. Jos-
epjih's Bay are shown in the
table below. The information
is furnished by". the U. S;
: Weather Bureau 'station i in
; Aplachicola.
S .. High Low
TThursday 12:26P 11:12P.
F*' riday. 1:01 P 11:51P
Saturday i:36P
Sunday 2:15P 12:26A
M onday 2:40P 12:48A
Tuesday 2:27 P 12:45 A
:Wednesday 9:29A 12:50 k
11:47P
SThursday 8:30 A 4:55 P


EleimeharyPTA

''Meets Mon day
S The Port St. Joe Elemen-
:tary, School PTA wil meet
S Monday, May 15, in the school
auditorium at 8:00 p.m.
The program will feature a
i:' performance by Mrs. Elliott's
baton class and the Glee Club.

SIn the Middle Ages it was
against the law to tie knots
during a wedding ceremony.


Cancer Unit Reaches Golden Goal of $3,600 In Fund Drive
.. .. ..ree, C..rAthy---l


The Port St. Joe Unit of the
American Cancer Society has
reached the Golden Goal of
$3600 during their.recent Cru-
sade. Forthe third. consecu-
tive year Port St. Joe has
attained the Golden Goal due


LARRY TAT


LARRY TATE


Enters National

Competition
The statewide competition
q( Vocational and Industrial
Clubs of America was held in
Cocoa Beach, April 27,28 and
29.
,Larry Tate placed first in
Architectural Drafting. Larry
also placed first in the region-
al competition that was held
March .15 in. Marianna.
Next month, Larry goes to
Birmingham, Ala., where he
will represent Haneyi Voc-
Tech. Center in the national
competition.
Larry and his family resides
. at Mexico Beach.

Sikes Advisor

to UN Session
Congressman Bob Sikes of
Florida has been designated
by the Honorable Thomas P.
O'Neill, Jr., Speaker of the
House, to serve as Congres-
sional Adviser to the United
Nations. General Assembly
Special Session on Disarma-
ment in New York during late
May and June.
Congressman Sikes, ex-
pressing appreciation for the
confidence shown by the
Speaker, accepted the respon-
sibility.


to the response of local busi-
nessmen and residents. Presi-
dent of the local ACS unit, Joe
St. Clair, wishes to thank the
following .crusaders:
Business, Rev. Johnnie
McCurdy; St. Joe: Barbara
Hallinan (Captain), Louise
Stevens, Jean Lamberson,
Sherry Davidson, Elaine
Jackson, Mary Harrison, Ruth
Patterson,'.Carolyn Whi*e,
Mary Reeves, Alice Jean Mar-
tin, Bonnie Jones, Maydell
Pettis, Judy Whitaker, Kathy
Whitfield, Dell Fadio, Rena
Huie, Wynell Burke, Linda
Gregg, Hazel Blackburn,
Kathy Blackburn, Ann Prid-
geon, Doris Ford, Nadine
Apline, Jo Sealey, Roy Smith,
Cynthia Howard, Phyliss Alt-
staetter, Edith Stone, Lucille
Suber, Gloria Miller, Betty
Herring, Janet Stansel, Ida
' Al


Garrett, Laura Ramsey,
Joyce Clayton, Bobbie Smith,
Mary- Wasden, Frances
Chafin, Jane Allen, Lila
Smith, Electa Dockery, Millie
McCurdy, Margaret Costin,
Betty Rich, Barbara Wood,
Verna Burch and Maxine
Robinson; North Port St. Joe:
Jessie Thomas, Gillie McNair,.
Nathan Peters, Jr. (Cap-
tains); Mercedes Harris, Mae
B. Sims, Ruby Farmer, Isa-
bella Johnson, Winnie Hamil-
ton, Mary Pittman, Lula
Cherry, Georgia Fenn, Millie
Fennell, Constance Cleifons
and Helen Hamilton: Ward
Ridge, Frankie Taylor
(Captain); Oak Grove: Jo
Gentry (Captain), Brenda
Ray: Simmons Bayou, Elnita
Cannon (Captain); Indian
Pass, Sue Weathington (Cap-
tain), Jones 'Homestead:


Wilma Kelley (Captain),
Highland View: Carolyn Jean
Burrows (Captain), Nadine
Branch, Mad Creamer, Sara
*Brownell, Emmalee Guillot,
Ann Wood and Linda Whit-
field, St. Joe Beach: Jean
Martin (Captain), Margaret
Epperson, Edwina Carter,
Josephine Smith, Lee Anna
Parrish, Lillian Hall, Essie
Robins, Norma Sealey, Netta
Niblack, Dot Creamer, Selma
Shoemaker. and Brenda
Butler, Beacon Hill: Betty
Gilbert (Captain), Over-
street: Julianne Dean (Cap-
tain), Betty Boucher, Rose
Suber and Linda Williams,
White City: Peggy Stripling
(Captain), Marlene Sewell,
Juawana Combs and Levon
'Stripling, Howards Creek:
Diane Harrison (Captain),
Rhonda Harrison, Mexico


Beach: Marjorie Perryman
(Captain), Margaret Hale,
Paulette Campbell, Kaye
Large, Mrs. Robert Timmons,
Louise Schweikert, Sandy


scott, Betty Greek, Cathy
Thursday, Helen Favors,
Pauline Coleman, Sally
Hughes, Theresa Stanton, and
Brenda Lynn.


A special -ThanK You to
the Star and WJOE for infor-
mative news coverage, the
Keyette Club and The Brook-
havens.


SContinued from Page 1)


Commi.Ission


S :the votes to table the matter
:until the next meeting in order
S to allow for mbre thotight on
', '. the matter. :
HEALTH SYSTEM AGENCY
S. Bill Sullivan,. a representa-
i' : tive of ;the: Health 'Systems'
Agency, charged with, admin-
istering health facilities lnthis
S rea,. asked the Board, to
S consider paying'the county's
assessment of $1,386, to cover
t:I heir membership in the agen-
: .cy. Sullivan said the Agency
'had served the county well,
'Aiding the county in securing
S,.. approval of his body for a
:nursing home in Port St. Joe,
'aiding with securing a doctor
and 'health care center for
:Wewahitehka and 13 other
activities of a smaller nature..
Sullivaii said the total time
:expended for Gulf County
:would amount' to more than
5 : 000. *
SSullivai said the dues, were
.based oi a formula of 14c per
c : pita from all mniber coun-
ties., le said.; "All 17 other
.: counties in this district Wive
paid their dues ."
Commissioner Branch' told
'Sullivan, "We're not exactly
:free loading in this program,
M we are alsb paying our Way."
SBranch then pointe out that
Sthe Agency. received, federal
:funds in its budget solely from
,:. the strength of Gulf County
being a part of the district.
: The 'Board appeared to be
satisfied they were getting
adequate service out of the
agency but pointed out that
.there were now 'many agea-
cies which the County mudt be


a part of in order to get federal
services. Commissioner Ev-
erette Owens' pointed out to
Sullivan that all of the agen-
cies Which the county feels it
must be a dues-paying mem-
ber will require a total of one
mill in taxes for membership.
"That's a lot of money",
Owens observed, ''And we
must look hard at a project
before we become a part."
. The County Commission is
still looking at this one for just
,a while longer.
SUBDIVISION
Robert Nations, Jr., of Flor-
ida. Engineering Associates
presented the first of. four
phases of the subdivision plat
for Gulfaire Subdivision at
Beacon Hill. Nations told the
Board that all criteria for
adoption had not yet been met,
but' asked; :that the :plat be
accepted subject to perform-
ance of all requirements.'
'Nations pointed out the
roads were not up to grade.
"They have been cleared and
graded but not improved until
utilities can be installed first."
SNations said the first phase
of the project is only a part of
whatwill be four units, includ-
ing 108 residential lots.
The subdivision is owned by
C. C. Harrison and Thomas-
Wilkinson of Marianna and is
being developed by Rowe
Sudduth of Panama City.
The Board accepted the first
phase of the plat subject to
receipt of a list of restrictions
as required by the new county
.subdivision law.


First

Presti, srian Church


Sixteenth St.
WORSHIP SERVICE
Sunday . .


Welcome to Everyone

Rev. Malcolm B. Koehler, Pastor



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4/980 Radishes
2 / 1 BestCalifornia
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1 C Fresh
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PAGE TEN


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THtRSDAY, MAY 11, 1978


I

' ; MINUTES



I I
S.of the



*
m mGum f County School Board m


l.-r ii i r r----- --


The Gulf County Schocl
Board met in regular session
on March 7th with the follow-
ing members present: Waylon
Graiam, Chairman; J.K.
Whitfield; Fred Greer; Paul'
Sewell; Gene Raffield.
The Superintendent and Di-
rector of Administrative Af-
fairs were present.
The meeting was called to
order with the invocation by
Graham, and followed by the
Pledge of Allegiance.
On motion and second, the
minutes of February 7 and
February 28 were unanimous--
ly approved.
Bryant Hand expressed
several concerns regarding
Wewahitchka Schools.
.Acting on the recommenda-
tion of the Superintendent, the
Board unanimously approved
that Lauren Brooks be sus-
pended from riding the bus for
the remainder of the 1977-78
school year.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, all voted YES to the
following personnel matters:
Accept the resignation of
Mike Herring as boys and
girls tennis coach at Port St.
Joe High School effective Feb-
ruary 20.
;Approved Rick Williams as
boys and girls tennis coach
with a supplement of $330.
:, Appointed Lanita Taunton
as girls softball coach for the
1977-78 school year with- a
supplementt of $220,;
SApproved a leave of absence
for Dorothy Craig.
: Approved upward salary ad-
justments for Cora Sue Robin-
Sdn and Ouida Cross. The
tinds for these adjustments
are to come from administra-
tive cost monies. approved.
through the CETA program.
The adjustments are made in
recognition of the additional.
responsibilities added to the
job held by these ladies. In
addition, approval was grant-
ed for an adjustment in salary
of:Ruby Sanders contingent on
acceptance of proposed job
description change.
S:In the event the School
Heard does not remain Admi-
nistrative Agent for the CETA
program the board reserves
the right to reconsider this
slary adjustment.
IThe Board approved an
Implemented Plan for the
Health Screening of Kinder-
garten and first grade chil-
dren who meet the definition,
of indigent children. -
Acting on the recommenda-
tion of the Superintendent, the
Board unanimously approved
the location of five bus stops at
the Morgan Road Subdivision.
On motion and second; the
board unanimously approved
continuation as a member of
Florida School Relation Ser-
vice.
The Superintendent discus-
sed a drop in FTE's during the
February count. The decrease
is approximately 19.


The Superintendent distri-
buted to members of the board
budget reports depicting the
financial status of all cost
centers in the system.
The Board briefly discussed
the Academic Calendar of the
1978-79 school year.
There being no further busi-
ness. the.board adjourned to
meet again April 4.


The Gulf County School Board
met in special session on
March 22 with the following
members present: Waylon
Graham, Chairman; J.K.
Whitfield; Fred Greer; Paul
Sewell; and -Gene Raffield..
The Superintendent was pre-
sent.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, the board voted YES
to place the following instruc-
tional personnel on annual
contract for the 1978-79 school
year:
Linda Joyce Husband, Al-
fred' S. Millegren, Rhonda


Pridgeon, James Belin, Clotel
Denise Williams, Lanfta Faye
Taunton, Phyllis Bixler, Myr-
tle Howell, Linda Wright,
Betty Ann -Ownes, Diane
Christo, David Humphreys,
Richard Williams, Rex Wim-
berly and William S. Parker.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, the board voted YES
to place the following instruc-
tional personnel on continuing
contract for the 1978-79 school
year:
Sharon Gaskin, D.L. Ownes,
Judy Williams, Raymond
Smith, Edward Bryan Baxley
and Pamela G. Sumner.
On- recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, the board voted YES
for non-renewal of contracts
for the following instructional
personnel for the 1978-79
school year:
Steve Howard and James
Parker.
There being no further busi-
ness, the board adjourned to
meet again April 11.


Florida may become a
cleaner and more beckoning
state for tourists if: a litter
control bill by Representative
Earl Hutto (D-Panama City)
becomes law. The bill has
.passed the House of Repre-
sentatives and is expected to
be considered by the Senate in
the next few weeks.
Hutto, who said'the present
law which provides a fine of up
to $500 is not being enforced, is
attempting to reduce littering
to a non-criminal offense with
a fine of $25. "When law
enforcement' officers statt
issuing citations like they do
for traffic violations I think
' people will be more conscious
of the litter problem."
In floor debate Hutto ac-
cepted an amendment to allow
decriminalizing- to apply to
litter of less than five pounds.
"We'll keep the same penal-
ties we have now for those who
dump bags or truck loads of
trash," he said.
One of the good features of
the bill, according to Hutto, is
the provision that monies
collected from the fines will go
for litter control. If counties or
municipalities do not have
litter control ordinances the
fines collected will be remit-
ted to the state general reve-
nue fund.. Hutto said this will


Public Notices


NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS
APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF
ABANDONED PROPERTY
Pursuant to Section 13 of Chapter 717,
Florida Statutes, entitled "Florida Dis-
position of Unclaimed~,Propprty Act",
notice is herebgiven that the persons
listed below appear to be the owners of
unclaimed personal or intangible pro-
perty presumed abandoned. THIS DOES
NOT INVOLVE REAL ESTATE.
Account Number 1-1191-0001, Armstrong,
Walter or W. E., 1156th St., Port St. Joe,
Fla.; 1-1191-0002, Bailey, George Mr. or
Williams Hattie B., 512 Main St., Port St.
Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-1191-0003, Batson, Mar-
ilyn C. Ms., 301 Ave. A, Port St. Joe, Fla.
32456; 1-1191-0004, Boule, Fannie Mae or
Henry, Jr., 178 Avenue C, Port St. Joe,
Fla. 32456; 1.1191.0005, Bratcher, Chris-
tine or Paul E. Mrs., Route 1, Box 101,
Wewehitchka, Fla. 32465; 1-0151-0110,
Conley, Henry C., Gen. Del., Port St.
Joe, Fla. 32410; 1-1191-0007,Cooper, Ivey
J. Mr. or Mrs., 819 Marvin Ave., P.O.
Box 155, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-1191.
0008, Cooper, Sonia J. or Ivey J. or
Norene J., 819 Marvin Ave., P.O. Box
155, Pert St. Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-1191-0011.
Davis, R.R. Mr. or Lister, DorisD., P. 0.
Box 503, Wewahitchka, Fla. 32465;
.1191-0013, Dijnlap, Hildridge Mr. or
Christine Mrs., 225 8th Street, Port St.
Joe, Fla1 32456; 1.1191-0012, Duren,
George L. Jr. or G.L. Mrs., P. 0. Box
486,. Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-1191-0014,
Falkner, Virginia G. Mrs. or Johnson,
Margaret T. Mrs., P. O. Box 743, Port St.
Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-2056-0001, Forehand, E.
G., Route 1, Wewahitchka, Fla. 32465;
IZ1661-0178, Griggs, J. F., 219 6th, Port St.
Joe, Fla.;
Account Number 1-1191-0015, Harper.
Lois or George H. Jr. or Oliver H. or
James E., Route 1, Box 113, Wewahitch.
ka, Fla; 1-1191.0016, Helen, Karol.L.,
Helen, Roy F. Mr., 609 Garrison Ave-
lub, Port St. Joe, Fla.; 1-1191-0017,
Ht Ederson, David, P. 0. Box 2, Port St.
3de, Fla. 32456; 1-1191-0018, Hendrix,
idlly Ruth Miss or Ruth Mrs., 505 16th
Street, Port St. Joe, Fla.; 1.1191-0019,
liendrix, Judy E. Miss or Ruth Mrs., 505
i16f Street, Port St. Joe, Fla.; 1.-1191-0020
-Idtchinson, Dorothy Miss or Whigum
odbert Mr., 246 Avenue E, Port St. Joe,
b.; 1-11-914)022, McArdle, J. C. Mr. or
Bety Mrs., 612 Garrison Avenue, Port
St. Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-0151-0111, Morner,
Lt: Stanley, 738 A C & W Sqdn., Olat AN;
Ll191-0033, Patrick, Samuel A., P. O.
iBo 359, Wewahitchka, Fla. 32465; I-
11.1.0034, Tankersley, Danny or James
L.N3r. or Mrs., 507 7th St., Port St. Joe,
i1a.; 1-1191-0036, Vaughan, Louise G. or
Oufley, 1201 Constitution Dr., Port St.
Jo, Fla. 32456; 1-1191-0038, Whitfield,
Aebert D., Box 147 HV, Port St. Joe, Fla.
e:lftmation concerning the amount or
Inscription of the Property and the
names and address of the holder may be
obtained by any person possessing an


interest in the propertyby addressing an
inquiry to GERALD A. LEWIS, State
Comptroller, Abandoned Property Sec.
tion, 1401 State Capitol, Tallahassee,
Florida 32304, telephone number (904)
.:487-2583. Be sure to mention account
number, name and address, as publish.
ed in this notice. Unless proof of owner.
ship is presented to the holder by July 3,
1978, the property will be delivered for
custody to the Comptroller of Forida.
Thereafter, all further claims should be
directed to the Comptroller of Florida.
GERALD A. LEWIS,
COMPTROLLER OF FLORIDA
2t 5-4

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the 3rd
day of April, 1978, pursuant to a Writ of
Execution issued in the Circuit Court of
the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of Flor.
ida, in and for Gulf County, Case No.
77-55 in the cause of William H.Carr, Jr.,
d-b-a Carr's Auto Sales, Plaintiff, vs.
Walter Johnson, Defendant, I, Ken
Murphy, Sheriff of Gulf County, have
levied upon the property of the defen-
dant, to.wit:
1973 Oldsmobile, door,
S No. 3N39H3E166502.
On the 22nd day of May, 1978, at two
o'clock in the afternoon on the steps of
the Gulf County Courthouse, Port Sf.
Joe, Florida, I will offer for sale said
property for cash to the highest bidder,
subject to all prior liens, if any, to satisfy
said Writ of Execution.
s- KEN MURPHY, Sheriff
Gulf County, Florida 4t 4-27


give local governments an
incentive for litter control.
SAnother amendment added
on the floor provides that the
operator of a motor, vehicle is
responsible for any litter that
is thrown or discarded from
the vehicle.



Pierce On


Tour In


Oklahoma,

Frank Pierce of Port St. Joe
was among a group of more
-than 100 from throughout the
U.S. attending a two-day tour
of the Charles Machine Works,
Inc., in Perry, Oklahoma.
CMW .manufactures Ditch
Witch brand trenching equip-
ment and other medium con-
struction tools for installation
of underground service lines.
Pierce is outside plant engi-
neer for St. Joseph Telephone
Co., with offices at 502 5th
Street. His home is at 602 20th
Street.


Pvt. Hend In

Jungle Course

In Panama

Pvt..Dewight A. Hend, son
of Mr: and Mrs. James Hend,
Jr. of Wewahitchka recently
completed a jungle training
course in the Panama Canal.
Zone.
The course provided train-
ing in jungle survival, techni-
ques of camouflage, patrolling
and various aspects of jungle
warfare.
The private, an assistant
armorer with the 502rid Infan-
try at Fort Campbell, Ky.,
entered the Army in March
.1977.
He is a 1976 graduate of
Wewahitchka High School.


Marvin Hale

On Dean's List

The Dean's List for the
Winter Quarter at Georgia
Tech has been announced. To
be placed on the Dean's List a
student must compile grade
point averages of 3.0 (B) or
better.
Achieving this honor from
Port St. Joe was Marvin L.
Hale, Rt. 3. Box 135A.


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend


LONG AVENUE


Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Jerome Cartier,
Minister of Music


Traffic Deaths Increase Stone Is


In State During '78

Traffic deaths in Florida for to 26 from the 1977 total of 29.
the first quarter of 1978 have The remaining 345 traffic
increased eight percent over deaths occurred in passenger
1917, according to the High- cars, trucks, etc.
way Patrol. Beach mentioned the fact
Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa- that only rural highway
trol director, reported that deaths are up while the urban
during the first three months fatalities decreased.
of 1978, traffic deaths totaled He said, "There is a strong
511 as compared to 473 for the possibility that many of' the
same period in 1977. While rural deaths were caused in
these figures are preliminary, part by drivers increasing
any changes would probably their speed above 55 miles per
increase the 1978 totals due to' hour."
people who were injured dur- In conclusion, Colonel
.ing the first three months later Beach said, "Our troopers'
dying. speeding arrests continued to
The records indicate that increase; however, they can-
pedestrian totals for this not be everywhere. We need
period is the same for both ..the cooperation of all drivers
years; 125. Pedalcyclist totals if we are to reduce traffic-
dropped .from 19 to 15 and .fatalities below previous
motorcyclist totals were down years."


Preston Gant Is Named


Preston D. Gant, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Adrian Gant Sr. of
Port St. Joe, has been named,
to "America's Outstanding
Names and Faces" for the
year of 1977-78 for his partici-
pation in athletics at Roose-
velt High School in San
Antonio, Texas.

"America's Outstanding
Names and Faces" is a bio-
graphical collection of the
attainments of outstanding-
high school and college ath-
letes. Individuals are selected
on the basis of their contribu-:
tions to business, community,
'athletics or education.


achievements deserve recog-
nition as a personal triumph
are those who merit distinc-
tion in this volume.


JC OYM


Nominee

The Board of Advisors for
the Outstanding Young Men of
America Awards Program
has announced that Nobie H.
Stone, son of Mrs. Edith Stone,
Port St. Joe, has been selected
for inclusion in the 1978 edition
of OUTSTANDING YOUNG
MEN OF AMERICA.
Nominations for this award
were received from Senators,
Congressmen, Governors,
Mayors, State Legislators,
University and College Presi-
dents and Deans as well as
various civic groups- includ-
ing the United States Jaycees
which also endorses the Out-
standing Young Men of
America program.
The criteria for selection
include a man's voluntary
service to community, profes-
sional leadership, 'academic
achievement, business ad-
vancement, cultural accom-
plishments and civic and poli-
tical participation.


Sow- -- -


StFirst United


I Methodist Church


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


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


LEGAL DESCRIPTION OWNER RI
BEACON'HILL SUBD.
Bik. 6, Lot 13 R. C. Harold
Blk. 20, Lot 14 H. B. Lewis
BURGESS CREEK SUBD.
Blk. 1, Lot 13 Linda Mayhann
1Bk. 2, Lot 11 & N. 100 Ft. of C.J.Wicks
Lot 10
CAPE SAN BLAS SHORES No.1
BIk. 6, N/2 of lot 6 & Lots 7 & 8 Empire Nitrogen Sales Co.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
St. Joe Heights, BIk. A, Lot 6 Bessie Bewey
St. Joe Heights, BIk. A, Lot 23 George Lee Thomas
Bik. 15, S. 10 ft. of lot 22 & All lot George Chrlsto, Inc.
24
BIk. 35, Lot 12 Glenn W. Kent
Blk. 37, Lot 7 & El/ of Lot 5 James Tankersley
BIk. 37, Lots 6 & 8 St. Joe Paper Maker Local 37
BIk. 42, S. 70 ft. of lots 28, 30 Gene Stevenson Et Ux
BIk. 67, Lot 8 Jack Randolph Smith
BIk. 78, Lot 16 F. Bouington Et Ux
BIk. 89, Lot 6 Larry Clayton .
BIk. 1001, Lot 22 Margaret Bewey
Blk. 1005, Lot 10 Mrs. Lela Gant
Blk. 1006, Lot 10 Billy Quinn
Blk. 1006, N'/2 of lot 12. Cora Lee Quinn Gadson Estate
BIk. 1006, S/2 of lot 12 Margaret Bewey
BIk. 1006, Lot 17 Ernest L. Dollie Keys
BIk. 1008, Lot 9 B. C, Quinn
BIk. 1009, Lot 13 & W. 23 ft. of lot Elizabeth H. Williams
15
Blk. 1009, Lot 18 Eddie Jr. & Diana Julius
BIk. 1015, Lot 23 Willie Lee Borders
BIk. 1015, Lots 24, 26 Nathan Peters, Jr.
Bik. 1016, Lot 8 & W'/2 of lot 10 Mrs. Annie G. Granger
BIk. 1016, Lot 17 Juanita Martin Estate
Bik. 1017, Lot 34 Timothy Cooper
BIk. 1018, Lots 26, 28 ErnestM. Jones, Sr.
BIk. 1019, Lot 4 Chester GanL Jr. .
BIk. 1022, Lot 22 Robert L. Ford Et Ux
Blk. 1022, Lot 6 Christine E. Bailey
Bl 1023, S. 22.5 ft. of 17, N. 57.15 William Fllmore
ft. of Lot 19
BIk. 1023, S. 42.5 ft. of 9, N. 37.5 Z. W. Jones
ft. of 11
Blk. 1023, S. 47.5 ft. of 7, N. 32.5 Kylar Hamilton
ft. of 9
BIk. 1023, S. 57.5 ft. of 3, N. 22.5 Eddie Julius
ft. of 5
Blk. 1023, S. 47.5 ft. of 8, N. 32.5- Willie Anthony
ft. of 10
BIk. 1023, S. 37.5 ft. of 12, N. 42.5 ClydeGarland
ft. of 14
BIk. 1023. S. 27.5 ft. of 16, N. 52.5 Mary Lou Freeman
ft. of 18
BIk. 1023, S. 22.5 ft. of 18, N. 57.5 David Floyd Price
ft. of 20:
C. L. MORGAN ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
BIk. 1, Lot 4, & E.4ft. 9 in. oflot3 James C. & Emma Taunton
COCHRAN LANDING PROP UNRECORDED.
BIk. 1, Lot 1 PeavyMims
Blk. 1, Lot 2 Peavy Mims
, BIk. 1,-Lot 12 Loston Carter
C. P. GAULDINGS ADD.
BIk. B, Lot 16 & E/2 of lot 9 Donald Rhames
BIk. D, Lot 1 Willoughby L.Whitfield
DOUGLAS LANDING SUBD.
BIk. 2, Lot 7 Harold J. Davis
BIk. 3, Lot 7, ORB 68-299 Kenneth W. Fortner
BIk. 5, Lots 4, 5 Barbara Pierson & Clifford
BIk: 6, Lot 1, ORB 67-448 Hubert Hutchinson Sr. Et Ux
BIk. 8, Lot 1 Carl L.Fernandez
BIk. 8, Lots 14, 15 J. K. & Hazel Pettis
FOREHAND 3RD ADD.
BIk. A, Lot 7 Jimmy A. Smith
BIk. A, Lot 6 Jimmy A. Smith
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD.;
Blk. 6, Lots 1, 2 Troy Flowers
HIGHLAND VIEW SUBD.
BIk. C. Lots 1, 2 Dwight M. Cearley
BIk D. S' 1 of Lot 5 Donald Gene Rhames
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES SUBD.
81k 4, EL; olt 1 John Slarlng & J.C. Parmer
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBD.
BIk I, Lot 8 KatieG Cauley
LAKESIDE SUED. TO WEWA
BIk. D. E 80 It of lots 1 & 16 Elaine Hawthorne
Rec'd OR B 66 110 from Southern
Home Builaers
MEEKS LAKE SUBD.
BIk 2. Lot 9 J C Kinney
Blk 3, Lot 9 D L Emanuel
MOE BAYOU-,SUBe Np ..... ..
Bi: 'Aj.t .f ChesfirGanl. Jr
BIk D. Lot 2 Robert Joseph
BIk 0. Lot 4 Diamona Hesler
BIk E, Lots 12, 13 JuliusWynn
OAK GROVE SUBD.
BIk I, 5 ol lots 2. 4. 6. & all 8 Wilton Kent
Bik 5. N 10 ft oi lots 1. 3 Roy David Lee
BIk 3. Lot 6 V.rgal M Neel
PINE RIDGE SUBD.
Bk 2. Lot I J,mmy L Frazler
BIk 3 Lot 6 Willie Ruth Hill
Blk 4, S 15t of lo 1018 & all lot 10 Charles Ray & Minnie Toney
BIk. 4, Lol 14 Farms Home Adm.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
BIk. 1, Lots 7, 9 James L. Hanlon Et Ux
BIk. 8, Lots 10, 12 John H. Davis
BIk. II, Lol I Carl David Wood
BIk. II, Lots 2, 4 Carl Wood
BIk. II, LoIs 3, 5 Roy David Lee
Blk. II, Lol 6 Paul Wayne Wood
UNIT NO. 2
Blk. 39. Lol 5 DarleneW Gilley
Blk. 39, Lot 7 Douglas L. Gilley, Sr.
RISHES SUBD.
BIk. 3, Lot 17 & E'/2 of Lot 16 Zora Belle Holley
RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBD.
BIk. 5, Nt/2 of lot 3 John W. Carter
BIk. 5, Lot 4 William A. Hollis
RIVERSIDE PARK SUBD. UNIT NO. 1
BIk. 8, Lot 7, Rec'd ORB 60.1050 Howard Foster
BIk. 8, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Howard Foster
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
BIk. M, Lot 4 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
Blk. M, Lot 5 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
BIk. M, Lot 6 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
Blk. M, Lot 7 Emmltt Smith Et Ux
BIk. M, Lot 29 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
Blk. M, Lot 30 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
BIk. M, Lot 31 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
BIk. M, Lot 32 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
BIk. P, Lot 2 Emmitt Smith Et Ux


- mlUDi slhm OU r whvo s K -
complishments or whose .






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PATE'S SERVICE CENTER


214 Monument Ave.


Phone 227-1291


1


NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Pursuant to Chapter 197.062, Florida Statutes, notice is hereby given that
Wednesday the 31st day of May, 1978, at eleven o'clock (A.M.) tax sale certificates
will be sold on the following described lands to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
opposite the same, together with all cost of such sale, and all advertising. Sale to be
held at the Gulf County Courthouse at Port St. Joe, County of Gulf, Florida.


UNIT NO. 3
BIk. B, Lot 6 Caledia Duren
BIk. B, Lot 7 Gene L. Duren I
BIk. X, Lot 9 Richard W.Whl
TWIN LAKES SUBD. NO. 1
BIk. 15, Lot 6 & N'/2 of lot 5 Delbert Vender
WHITFIELD ACRES
Rec'd ORB 55-683 from Riley Earl L. Eddins
WHITFIELD ACRES 2ND ADDITION
Blk. 11, Lot 4 Nelson & Glenni
WILLIAMSBURG SUBD.
BIk. B, Lot 15 Willie Floyd Nol
S32 TS R8, 1 Acre Per deed rec'd Ethel & Jo Ann
25-268
S7 T6 R8, 1 Acre Robert J. Hall
S9 T6 R8, 1 Acre Ethel & Jo Ann'
S19 T5 R9, 1 Acre ORB 70-754 Linda& Billy J.
from Taylor being 215 ft. x 230 ft.
520 T5 R9; Rec'd ORB 34-2 H.T.&Ada Jan
S20 T5 R 9 Rec'd ORB 71-639 Billy Joe Mayha
from Foster. A strip of land in
the NE cor. of NW'A of SWIA of
sect. 20 & joining up to Tindell
S29 T5 R9, 1/ Acre, ORB 66-504 Emanuel L. Jen
from Lois Mae Jenkins
S29 T5 R9, 4 Acres in SE cor. of T.W. Davis
S1/2 of SEI/A of SE'A of SE'A/
S35 T5 R9, .45 Acre Rec'd Bk. 27- Ethel & Jo Ann'
156, Less lot to Horton
526 T3 R 1, 1 Acre Lot 60 ft. wide C. J. Wicks
& running back to N. line of
Section 25
SS1 T4 R10, 150 ft. lot rec'd ORB L. C. Flow-rs E
68-282 from Parker
S23 T4 R10, 5 Acres ORB 38.304 Jerry Johnson E
in NE cor. of SW'A of NW'/ & 1
A. In NW/. of SEIA of NW'A
S23 T4 R10, 1 Acre, Recorded in Billy C. Quinn
ORB 10-97


Est. & Audrey
te Et Ux
grift


aHelms
bles
AWhitfield -


Whhitfield
Mayhann

e Stewart
inn Et Ux


Ikins,Jr.



Whitfield


tUx

Et Ux


S25 T4 R0O, /2 Acre Rec'd ORB Mrs. A. F. Chason
19-654 & ORB 69-151


S25 T4 RO1, 1.7 Acres mor
less Rec'd ORB 63-662
S36T4 R10, 1/ AcresORB2
S36 T4 R10, 10 Acres
536 T4 RIO, 5 Acres
S17 TB RIO, 5 Acres
S6 T7 Rll, Parcel No. 1 as
vey shows ORB 55-931
S36 T8 R12, 50 Acres Rec'd i
54-1099 being the S. 966.63 f
lots 5, 6


re or



1-775

Sur-


David L. Thomas Et Ux


E.NO. AMT.DUE

,3593.001 $ 165.93
3715 :21.15
1215 18.94
1225 18.94

6364.003 107.17
4603 29.89
4620 16.61
4720.010 356.04
4863 122.13
4890 134.92
4893 430.12
4977 35.44
5202 101.77
5295 92.92
444.010 167.47
5694 141.57
5772 13.32
5793 68.58
5795 68.58
5796 7.77
5801 68.58
5835 230.01
5861 86.27
5864 44.27
5940 79.65
5941 20568
5949 24.36
5957 42.05
5994 25.47
6016 24.36
6025 115.02
6029.16 338.36
6031.010 183.57
6035 157.04
6039 157.04
6040 157.04
6042 157.04
6045 157.04
6047 267.60
6049 157.04
6050 157.04


1801"
642
642.001
642.011
4306
4320
1002
1007.010
1016.020
1018
1025
1035
4533
4536.010
2076
4341.010
4354
334.033.
484
2053.001


185.74
73.62
73.62
114.39
3.33
20.11
27.31
69.02
27.31
18.44
38.97
25.61
3.33
10.65
30.79
52.61
9.80

27.12
135.77
175.55


1597 15.61
1608 15.61
. 3127 .154.42
3128 .'10.65
3129 19.03 .
3132 119.76
3148 143.27
6124 27.45
6158 44.23
6216 36.91
2541 12.46
2547 50.95
2552.010 45.85
2557 26.71
4016 119.17
4026 83.91
4048 27.45
4050 314.23
4049 251.78
4046 27.45
4192 22.39
4192.002 41.10
2348.030 144.96

1422 58.99
1423 7T.37
855.001 18.94
861 87.92
625.080 15.50
625.090 15.50.
626 15.50
626.010 15.50
628.030 15.50
621.040 15.50
628.050 15.50
628.060 15.50
633.060 15.50
640.016 4.29
640.017 37.93
640.123 47.10
904.020 27.31
122.010 17.18
310 43.69

2493 35.63
5 7.23

23 10.54
62 7.23
737 13.95

756 5.59
760 67.95


940 10.61

943 29.55

1044 7.26

1197 22.27


1717.001 18.94

1846 289.92


1862 10.61

2228 38.95

2250.002 858.52


Roy Edenfleld 2596
Kenny Smith 2629
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Shortening


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Pork Chops


Lb.


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Limit I w/ $7.50
order Excl. Cigar
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Lipton

Tea Bag

48 Count


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Aurora

Tissue


2 Roil Pkgs.


Delmonte Crushed and Slices

Pineapple


No. 303 Can Big R 2
Tomatoes '690
Fine Fare Paper Q
Towels 99
13 Oz. ,
Chips Ahoy 87
DelMonte Cut Green 2/ 9
Beans 2/790
FrozeJsn Foods


Morton
Pie Crust

2/99'


Dixie Home
POT PIES
Sara N Lee
POUND CAKES


4/99C


SLb. $1.09


USDA Insp. Extra Val. 1 Cubed
Rib Eye Steak 8Lb. Steak


5 Lbs. or More
Ground

CHUCK


Lb. $159


18


Lb.


USDA Insp. Extra Value
TOPROUND STEAK


Our USDA Premium Best
Fresh

.HENS


Lb.
1 9


Register Best (Not Salty) Center4
CURED HAMS Lb. 98 SLICED HAM 1Lb
USDA Chou Boneless USDA Choice Western
CHUCK ROAST $ 39 PORTERHOUSE 2
SUSDA Boneless USDA Choice Western s 98
Shoulder Roast $1b Boneless Sirloins 1 Lb.


C & D Size 2 to the Pkg.
BATTERIES


Cans


48 Oz.
IVORY LIQUID $]
Regular Size
DIAL SOAP
Mrs. Filbert's Imitation
Mayonnaise 32 oz.
Fruit Punch & Flavors
Borden's Drink Gal.
16 Oz. Fine Fare
Coffee Creamer
Trail Blazer 50 Lbs.
DOG RATION $!


Sweetheart
Loaf Bread,
Hamburger or
Hot Dog Buns-


1.59
23C
780
890
99'
5.88


2/99C


Mrs. Filbert's-- Lb.
GOLDEN QUARTERS 59C
Fine Fare Individually Wrapped American
CHEESE SINGLES 12 Oz. $1.19


Murine II-Reg. $1.75
EYE WATER
Solarcaine Reg. $2.49
2 Pkgs. 99' AEROSOL LOTION


POTATOES


10 Lb. Bag Fresh
Potatoes 98C Zuchinni
Golden Yellow Fresh Head
Fresh Corn 4/49C Cauliflower


Green Head

Cabbage


Lb.


Red 3 Lb. Bag
Del. Apples Lb 59 Apples
Golden Fresh Ripe
Del. Apples Lb. 490 Cantelopes


$1.39
$1.99


79'


$1.19


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Chase Sanborn.
Reg. Drip, or Elec. Perk

COFFEE

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Swift's Prem.
Rib Eye
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Steak $289 Baking Hens L. 79C Fee
Swifrts Prem. Beef i Pork Neck
ibs LB.$129 Beef Liverb. 49 Bones
SLB 99 Market Pak o 29 Pork Riblets
ops B. 99' sliced Bacon Pork Riblets


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Godchaux

SUGAR


5 Lb.
Pkg.
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Excluding Tobacco Products


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RC COLA


1 Plus Deposit


32 Oz. j
Btls.


Blue Bonnet
OLEO 2Pkg.$1


T.V Hoesy' o
BS MIL


Sea Pak Frozen
FISH TICKS
Birdseye Frozen
COOL WHIP


14z. 09
cup 68


NMSoldToDe ats


Coronet
Bathroom

TISSUE


4 Roll
Pkg.


Set Eaporated
M4Lo MILK
314 oz. $1
cans


Good Value
W.K. or Cream Style
CORN 303
Cans


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T. V. Bufter-Me-Not
BISCUITS
T. V. Chilled
OANGE JUICE
SargentoShredded
CHEAR CHEESE
SargtlleCrakernd
CHEESE SACK
Sgeto Cheddr Nut
CHEESE LOGS
Sargento Port Wine
CHEESE LOiS


loct.
sin
640z.
size


371
635
67,


pkg. 93
10iq $169
pkg.


Sara Lee Plain or
Chocolate Frozen
POUND CAKE
SeeaPak
FLOUNDER ST
Se PakFrmen
CATFSH STEAK
SeaPakFrozen
DEVI. RAB
Sea Pak Frzen
PERCH STEAK


l. $128

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GoodValueCrinkle Frozen 51b.
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GREEN
CABBAGE 150


Trayed Sweet
YELLOW CORN
MidTender
YELLOW SQUASH
RusnT BTO
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