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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: August 24, 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


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1978


15' Per Copy


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Full Faculty On Hand


School Bells Will


Rinj

Vacation will end for about
1-'2,600 Gulf County young peo-
pie Monday, when the school
doors open for the 1978-79
academic year.
The first kids in the class-
rooms on Monday morning
will be the elementary school
children, who are to report at
-7:55 a.m., to begin classes.
High school students will sign
in at 8:10 a.m.
This year's time-table will
be essentially the same as last


g On Monday


year, with elementary clas-
ses, K-6 to be in session until
2:00 p m, and high school
classes to convene until 2:15.
High school students will
report to the Commons area
Monday morning for assign-
ment to home rooms. The
assignments will be posted in
the library area.
According to Guidance
Counsellor, Chris Earley,
some class schedules have
been changed to make them


Bids Being Let


for 71 Paving

During the next 30 days, bids will be let for
the resurfacing of Highway 71 from Wewa-
hitchka to the Calhoun County line. Within the
near future the additional two segments
within Gulf County will be resurfaced accord-
ing to Rep. Billy Joe Rish and Sen. Pat
Thomas.
Rish said, "We hope'in the very near
future to have an excellent road from Port St.
Joe to Marianna. While we all too frequently
talk about super-highways we are tearing up
our cars in potholes in the rural areas."

. Sbh. Thomas pledged, "We-are going to
stay on top of this thing until we' get it:
completed. Billy Joe and I have recognized
this as a top priority for the last year and it is
one,which we want to complete within the next
year."


more convenient for the stu-
dents, but essentially the sub-
ject matter to be offered will
be about the same as last
year. Earley said there will be
an increased emphasis on the
academics this year. to better
prepare students to take the
new state placement tests,
which tests a student's know-
ledge of the basics of educa-
tion
In this area, the school
system now requires students
in grades 10-12 take three
English and two math cour-
ses
The high school will con-
tinue to follow a policy intro-
duced last year of requiring
all students to eat in the
cafeteria or being a lunch.
There will be no leaving the
school grounds during the
30-minute lunch period.
FACULTY
All schools in Gulf County


will start the year with a full
faculty Here in Port St. Joe,
there has been a re-arrange-
ment of the administration in
all schools in the area. Under
the new alignment, Edwin
Williams will be principal of
Port St. Joe High, with Mrs.
Barbara Shirley as his assist-
ant. Howard Blick will move
to the Elementary School as
principal with Jacque Price as
his assistant. Ken Herring will
move to the head position at
the Highland View Elemen-
tary School
Both elementary schools in
the area will begin classes at
7:55 with a full faculty and
both are expecting about the
same pupil load as last year.
Principal Howard Blick said
there may be a few more if
advance enrollment is any
indication, but school officials
expect about the same student
load.


Firemen fight blaze in Dozier beach home at St. Joe Beach


Monday Fire


Guts Home


Fire late Monday afternoon, gutted the,
Arthur Dozier beach home at St. Joe
Beach,' according to Port St. Joe Fire
Chief Bascom Hamm. The Doziers,
residents .of Marianna, were not in the
house at the time of the fire.
The cause of the blaze is suspected to


be from lightning.
The house, an A-frame structure, was
extensively damaged inside.
The fire call was answered by fire
departments from Port St. Joe, Highland
View and St. Joe Beach.


County Provides Aid for Wewa Doctor
. .' '. : .


The City of -Wewahitchka
now has its first full-time
physician in eight years and
Sthe County Commission has
agreed to contribute some
financial assistance to make
sure he stays.
Dr. Harold B. Canning, the
town's last regular physician,
died December 3, 1970, leaving
the community and surround-
ing area without immediate
medical aid.


Wewahitchka had a full-
time doctor about a year ago,
when Dr. Bernie Orr came
and stayed for about six
months before leaving, again..
Dr. Manuel Luna has come
to the City now from Madison,
where he practiced for a
couple of years.
The agreement. with the
Commission Tuesday night,
would have the county con-
tributing $300.00 per week for


,the doctor's expenses for a
period of not more than .90
days.
Wewahitchka City Commis-
'sioner Bob Davis approached
the Commission Tuesday ask-
ing for the aid for the 90 day
period or until Dr. Luna can
receive approval and go on
salary from the National
Health Service Corporation.
Davis said the approval could
possibly be received as early


as September 8, at which time
assistance would no longer be
needed.. Under the plan, the
NHSC pays 'doctors an annual
salary, to come to small com-'
miunities in need of a doctor
for a year, then they are on
their own.
Davis said the City of Wewa-
hitchka has agreed to pay Dr.
Luna's office rental and pro-
vide him with office equip-
ment with which to open up for
business. Davis said Dr. Luna
opened his offices Monday of
this week and is already
seeing patients.
The Board unanimously
agreed to provide the assist-
ance for a 90 day period or
until NHSC approval comes
through, whichever came
first.


LIBRARY
Mrs. James T. McNeill,
county library committee
chairman and Mrs. Jane Pat-
ton came- before the Commis-,
sion Tuesday making a final
request for what they termed
a "realistic" budget for the
county libraries.
Mrs. McNeill said it was her,
understanding the library
funding had been increased
from a cut as originally made
by the Board in the tentative
budget, back up to the level of
last year.
Chairman Jimmy Gortman
said, "You are correct as the
matter now stands, but the
budget is not yet final.
Mrs. McNeill said, "We
don't feel that last year's
amount will be enough". She


went on to say that it wasn't
enough for last year and
prices are even higher this
year.
One, of. the problems for
library financing was an anti-
cipated electric bill of $500.00
per month. Commissioner Ev-
erett Owens said the air
'conditioner was the culprit in
. the high electrical charge and
that repairs had been made
and that now current con-
sumption seemed to be about
half what it was in the past.
Otis Davis, Jr., observed
that were local bills paid in the
Courthouse, the Commission
would have known the bill was
too high and that there were
problems somewhere. "We
could have done something
(Continued on Page 6)


Family Narrowly Escapes


Tragedy In Boat Explosion


A Port St. Joe family nar-
rowly escaped death and a
four year old boy was burned
seriously when their pleasure
boat exploded and burned in
St. Joseph Bay Saturday after-
noon.
Bob Simon and his wife,
Elsie, had their 'daughter-in-
law, Mrs. Carolyn Simon of
Colorado Springs and grand-
sons, John Dixon, 12 and
David Allen Simon, age four
out in their boat fishing Satur-
day afternoon, across the, bay
near the Eagle Harbor area.
Around 4:00 p.m., without any
warning, the boat exploded in
the engine, compartment and
was engulfed with fire.
Simon said his daughter-in-
law was tossed overboard by
the explosion. Mrs. Simon and
the oldest grandson, John
Dixon, jumped into the water
to escape the flames which
engulfed the boat after the
explosion. Simon tossed the


youngest grandson overboard
to his wife and threw out all
the flotation cushions he could
get his hands on.
"Then I grabbed my CB
i radio and started calling for
help", Simon said. After send-
ing out two "May Day" calls,
Simon said he tried to put out
the fire, but the fire exting-
uishers on board didn't even
slow the blaze down.. "Then I
jumped overboard", Simon
said. He said he then told
everyone to swim away from
the boat since he knew there
was at least 30 gallons of fuel
left in the tanks on the boat.
The craft never exploded but
burned to the water line.
Simon said the explosion
came from the engine com-
partment of the inboard en-
gine, lifting the floorboards of
the 22 foot craft into the air.
After the Simons had been in
the water for about 10 min-


utes, Claude Pylant of St. Joe
Beach and Marianna, heard
their distress call and came to
their rescue. Pylant brought
the family to the Fifth Street
launching ramp, where little
David Allen Simon, Mrs. Si-
mon and John Dixon were
taken to Municipal Hospital
for treatment of burns. Mrs.
Simon and John Dixon were
treated for first and second
degree burns about the legs
and arms. Mrs. Simon was
kept in the hospital overnight.
Young Daven Allen Simon was
the most seriously burned,.
with first, second and some
third degree burns about his
face, legs and arms. He was
transferred to the burn center
in Panama City and is still
hospitalized. Simon said his;
grandson will probably be in_
the hospital for at least an-
other 10 days to two weeks. -
The boat and everything in-
it was a complete loss.


Raffield's softball team of
Port St. Joe will be leaving by
chartered bus next Thursday,


August 31 for Charlotte, N. C ,
and the national Industrial
League slow pitch tournament


RAFFIELD'S-Front row, left to right, Pat Patterson,
Gregg Knox, Jerry Gaskin, Mike White and Daniel Miller.
Back-row, left to right, Tony Strange, David Wood, Ken


to be played over the Labor
Day week end. This will be the
fifth year in a row that the


Raffield team has been eligi-
ble to participate in the na-
tional tournament; the world


Haddock, Bryan Baxley, Jerry Taunton, Chuck Sexton,
Clayton Wooten and Larry Mathes, coach. The "bat boys" in
front of the team were unidentified. -Star photo


series of softball.
The team is scheduled to
play its first game at the
national tournament on Fri-
day at 1:00 p.m.
In getting to the first place
position and earning a position
in the national tournament
from this region, the Raffield
team defeated teams from
Atlanta, Birmingham, Mobile,
Jacksonville and Miami.
Raffield's reached the win-
ners' bracket of the Southern
Regional industrial league
tournament in Mobile, Ala-
bama last week end, on their
way to the national tourna-
ment. They went through the
qualification tournament
without a defeat.-
Raffield's defeated Sea-
board Coastline of Jackson-
ville, another team which is
usually up in the winner's
bracket of the regional play-
offs, in the finals late Saturday
night. Raffield's won over Sea-
board 10-8, defeated Alcoa,
16-8, won over Jacksonville
Prudential, 11-4.
Leading hitters for the local
team included Bryan Baxley,
Jerry Gaskin, Clayton Wooten
and David Miller.


School Board Proposes Budget of $3,588,871


The Gulf County School Board will
approve a budget reflecting a $265,000
increase over last year if there are no
strong objections from a public hearing
slated for -this afternoon.
As prescribed by Florida law, the
School Board will hold their public
hearing on the new budget in their
chambers at 5:30 p.m.
Most of the increase in the budget is
being financed by an increase of $241,000
in income from state and federal sources.
According to Superintendent B. Walter


Wilder, most of this money is designated
by the state and federal governments
where it will be spent, and the Board has
no real control over its expenditure.
For the most part, of money which can
be manipulated by the local board, the
income picture has changed very little
from last year. The Board expects to
receive $872,300 from local funds. Last
year, this source yielded $855,870 in
income. Although the Board has adver-
tised there will be $101,371.93 in cash left
over from the present budget, Wilder


says a more recent figure shows this
figure will be more like $62,301.
Wilder says the Board will have a total
in new money of approximately $190,000
which is not restricted by the state and
federal government.
"Much of this will be needed to take
care of salary increases brought about by
tenure, increased retirement contribu-
tions as mandated by the state, increased
utilities and inflation."
Wilder said the Board will increase the
salary of all employees who are earning


below the minimum wage to a rate of
$2.65 per hour this year. "This will cost us
considerable money", he said. Salary
increases for teachers are still under
negotiation by the Board's representa-
tives and teacher representatives.
One expense which will make a
considerable dent in the budget this year
will be retirement of a $30,000 note for
new bus purchases. "We let ourselves get
in a bus bind a couple of years ago and
had to buy several new buses at one time
and we had to borrow the money to do it",


Wilder said. Now this money must be
paid back.
Some of the higher expenditures
reflected in the new budget include: Debt
service, $638,688.42; capital improve-
ments, $459,540.78; instructional ser-
vices, $1,984,721; instructional media,
$200,520; general administration, $155,-
550; school administration, $383,036;
fiscal services, $101,387; transportation,
$176,178; operation services, $295,088;
maintenance services, $128,503; com-
munity services, $12,000.


The lunchroom program for the entire
county is expected to cost a total of
$533,118.06. Of this amount, $13,586 is a
cash balance carried over; state and
federal money, $389,031, and local sour-
ces, $130,500.
MILLAGE LEVY
The Board expects to levy the legal
maximum of eight mills for the operating
budget. In addition, .908 mill will be
levied to finance debt service, for a total
of 8.908 mills in taxes.


'. -


FORTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 51


Fifth Year In "World Series" of Softball



.,Raffield's Entering National Tourney,


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. AUGUST 24, 1978


Editorials...




Gulfs Future Is


Alreaayi

S, Here in Gulf County we have
: grown so accustomed to repeating
Sthe theme.that "we need more jobs"
and development that we have failed
S t see the real development happen-
ing right before our very eyes.
We look forward to the establish-
; ment of a functioning deep-water'
Sport for general cargo in addition to
the water shipment of products
made right here in Port St. Joe, and
we look forward to the expansion of
our considerable seafood industry
with the coming of a government'
sponsored seafood service area.
SWhat we have overlooked is- the
considerable strides we have made
.1 in the last 10 years in agriculture.
This revolution, which is rescu-
ing our considerable acreage of
swamp land into producing agricul'-
tural lands is causing a considerable'
boom in the Wewahitchka area. That
t sleepy little town had remained
practically dormant for years and is
now on the move, causing growth
experience throughout the entire
: county. Future growth here in Port
St. Joe from increased water front
activity will also be felt all over the
county, even to Wewahitchka.
It is nothing less than a revolu-
tion which has turned our swamp




Summe

It's hot outside. The path of
| nearly all of our people seems to-
lead to the nearest air conditioning
s when we,must venture outside for
something. The sun is bright and'the
j temperatures high.
StilU', it isjth, last fAugutst, ad
the6 thoughts of many are already
turning to football.
Already, on the tube, the profes-
sionals are sweating out their pre-
season games. Here in Gulf County,
the interest in the game is centered
on the high school level, and the boys
are braving the heat of the early-






,.. '' .' "


:.


CLUB OFFICERS-Left to right, Andy
Anderson, secretary-treasurer; Dave May,


,xpantaing

land. into thousands of acres of
producing acreage which is turning
out soy beans, maize, corn, water-
melons, cattle arid other food pro-
ducts by the tons each year. That's a
far cry from the trickle of saw logs
and pulp wood which was harvested
for decades out of the wet savannahs
which makeup most of the County.
There's nothifig more pnrlighten-
ing in Gulf County than for someone
who has lived here for years to take
a ride from the Beach up the
Overstreet road to Wewahitchka, or
turn down the Dalkeith road and
then onto the old county dirt road
which, in days gone by, was the only
route available to Howard Creek. If
it has been any time at all since you
went, down this road, you stand a
good chance of getting lost, since
there is now many roads in this area,
and the terrain has changed drasti-
cally.
With the introduction of rice by
the Shoaf family and the proof by W.
K. Settlemire of-'Dalkeith that
blueberries can be grown here
commercially, we think the revolu-
tion of Gulf County has just started.
We're excited about what the
future holds for us.


r Fading


morning and late evening to get
ready for the coming season.
It's coming faster than you
think.
The other day someone asked
us, "How do the Sharks look this
year?" and shocked us,: into the
realization that two weeks from
tomorrow night, the Sharks and the
Gators will tangle in Wewahitchka
in the season opener.
Summer is almost gone, that's
for sure, since the fall pastime of
football is almost within watching
distance.


president and Ken Murphy, vice-president.
-Star photo


QB Club Names Officers


The Quarterback Club met
Monday night in the Commons
Area of the High School,
named new officers and im-
mediately started a member-
ship drive for the coming
school year.
Named as officers 'for the
group of athletic supporters
were Dave May, president;
Ken Murphy, vice-president
a4id Andy Anderson, secre-


tary-treasurer. W. A. Jones
was named membership drive

chairman.
Jones said his committee
would begin work immediate-
ly and would make concen-
trated efforts at home football
games to enlist membership.
Last year's Quarterback
Club was a very active organi-
zation, undertaking four ma-
jor projects and numerous


fund-raising projects to pay
for their activities.
During the year, the Club
purchased a new mat for the
wrestling team, secured side-
line jackets for the football
team, completed an irrigation
system for the football prac-
tice field and started work on
a new weight lifting building,
which is now nearing comple-
tion.


Tassels


Pampus grass, planted in the median on
Fifth Street, is in full bloom now and is


Freeman

Tells of

Sicily
Bob Freeman, recently re-
turned from two years of
working in Sicily, told the
Kiwanis Club a little of the
island off the toe of the Italian
boot Tuesday at the regular
meeting of the club.
Freeman said the island is
approximately 10,000 square
miles in area, is mountainous,
rocky and very arid. "There is
absolutely no rainfall from
April to September", Free--
man said.
Freeman, who was super-
vising the construction' of a
seawater magnesia plant in
Sicily, made his home in
Syracuse, one of the spots
visited by the Apostle Paul in
the New Testament. The Free-
mans made their home right
near Mt. Aetna, which is a
volcano. "The thing erupted
three times while we were
there", Freeman said, "but it
did very little property dam-
age in our area."
The. speaker said the io
mile corridor around the sea-
shore of Sicily is bustling with
industry and tourism. "Travel
10 miles inland and you see the
Sicily of "The Godfather,
poor, desolate and clanish"',
he said.
Freeman said he and his
wife took several tours
throughout Italy while they
were there. "Italy is about
twice the size of Florida, and
has 70-80 million people. The
roads are very good and you
wouldn't have any trouble
going anywhere, even if you
didn't speak Italian as we
didn't". Freeman said he
found Italy and Sicily a nation
of very friendly people and
very good food.
Freeman said he will be
leaving in two weeks to super-
vise construction of another
plant in Dublin, Ireland.


proudly waving. its feathery tassels .in the
breeze, adding to the beauty to this entrance '
to Port St. Joe. According to our horticultural.
experts, the tassels will last for several
months if someone doesn't pull a dirty trick
and trim them back. -Star photo


John 1: 1-5 (KJV)
Key Word: The Deity of
Jesus
(Verse 1) "In the beginning
was the Word, and the Word
was with God, and Word was
God." (Verse 2) "The same
was in the beginning with
God." (Verse 3) "All things
were made by him; and

Kind Words
Said About
Our Students
The C~ity of Winter Haven,
Recreation Department this
week sent a letter to the Port
St. Joe High School, praising
the conduct and deportment of
several students who attended
a National Honor Society con-
vention in that city recently.
Attending the convention
from Port St. Joe, were the
local Honor Society officers:
Woody Jones, Bob Lange, Jan
Leavins, Teresa Nichols and
Monique Pierce.
The letter of commendation
said, in part: "We wish to
express our thanks to your
fine school and especially the
well mannered youngsters
that represented Port St.
Joe".
Marlene M. Whitfield, spon-
sor' for. the Honor Society,
said: "I'd'like the citizens of
Port St. Joe to know that we do
have some students who are a
credit to our school and com-
munity."

Vet Officer
Opens Wewa HQ
Fred J. Kleeb, Jr. Veterans
Service Officer of Gulf County
has announced the opening of
an office in the old courthouse
in Wewahitchka every Friday,
with service hours starting
August 25. It is hoped that
veterans in that area will avail
themselves of this service'
provided for them by the
County Commissioners.


BY: BILLY NORRIS


without him was not anything
made that was made." (Verse
4) "In him was life; and the
life was the light of men."
(Verse 5) "And the light
shineth in darkness; and the.
darkness comprehended it
not.".
These five verses perhpas
tell us more about God and
-Jesus in a few words than
anywhere else in the Bible. In
the very beginning of every-
thing was the Word, Jesus.
Jesus was God, and God was
God, and they were together in
the beginning. We all too often
think of Jesus as coming into
existence when He was born of
Mary, His Mother. Not so. He
was even in the beginning.'He
of His own will allowed Him-
self to leave Heaven, His
home, and be born a man.
The scripture tells us Jesus
made ALL things, he didnSt-
miss a thing! Verse 4 says In
Him was Life and He impart-
ed this Life to man, (Adam).
The LIFE of Jesus was a
LIGHT in the. darkness to
man, but man chose not to
respond to the LIGHT. Thus,.
Jesus became man, born of
the Virgid Mother, died on the
cross, and rose again the third
day, so we could have a second
chance to respond to the LIFE
of JESUS. Have you respond-
ed?


SALTY
SALLY


.The 'value of your
money is strictly
imaginary.....Not
what you imagine it is
worth, but what
everyone else imag-
ines it is woith.


ETAOINSHRDLU


.1


By: Wesley R. Ramsey


LAST WEEK Cecil Costin, Jr., called me
here at the office and asked me to come to a
breakfast on Wednesday morning. Cecil offered
to pay for my breakfast if I would come meet
with he and Representative Wayne Mixon and
some of his supporters.
Mixon, you know, is now the Lieutenant
Governor candidate on the Bob Graham-Mixon
Democratic ticket.
I told Cecil I would be glad to come, since
Frenchie usually doesn't feed me anything
except a glass of orange juice, and either a bowl
of cereal or a piece of toast for breakfast and I
would welcome the change in menu for one
morning.
"What time is your breakfast, Cecil?" I
asked.
Cecil sort of lowered his voice and replied,
"Seven o'clock".
Me: "Is it daylight at seven o'clock, Cecil?"
Cecil: "I don't know."
We both know, now, that it is daylight ...
barely .'. at seven o'clock in the morning.
Even though it is daylight at seven in the
morning, I don't plan on making it an ingrained
habit to arise at that time of day, since my day
stretches usually to around 11:00 or 12:00 each
night. Around seven thirty is about as early as I
can rouse myself out of slumber land and put a
tooth brush in my mouth.

FOR ONCE I'm first on the fashion scene.
I was coming from Wewahitchka Wednesday
evening and listening to a talk show over WWL
on the car radio, where the host was interviewing
a publicity agent from one of the large men's
stores in New Orleans. The host was wanting
some description in what the fashions would be
this fall and next spring. -
The expert told the host that men's fashions
were gradually getting back to a more narrow
lapel on jackets and that ties were also beginning
to shrink in size, though not back to the string


fashion of several years ago. No longer will the
tie be some four to five inches wide at the
bottom.
The fashion expert was quick to say that men
could ease into the new fashion, since there were
still, some wide lapel coats being made. He said
the lapel would shrink gradually and men could
get into the middle of what was acceptable in an
easy manner. There would be no need to grab up
everything and give it to the Salvation Army and
rush out to buy a complete new wardrobe.
I don't have to ease into fashion. I'm already
there in full force. For once I am prepared for
the changing winds of taste and fashion to waft
their way across the land.
I must be the first one in town to be in the
new fashion. My lapels are already narrow. My
ties were never wide. I never did do the Salvation
Army bit with my narrow lapels. They weren't
worn out, so I kept them. Now I'm back in style
and everyone will think I have made a recent trip
to the tailor.
If only pleats would come back!

THE OTHER NIGHT I woke up in the middle
of the night to a "thump, thump, thump" on the
bedroom door. I would listen for a time and then,
"thump, thump, thump", again. After that
happened for about three or four times, I heard a
plaintive "meow!"
Then I knew what it was. It was Houdini
wanting something to eat in the middle of the
night. Houdini is a big baby. He has to eat
several times a day and he knows where the
feeder is and where the feed is kept. He is a
Meow Mix nut.
Houdini can lay down on the floor and he is a
little over a yard long, with his tail stretched out.
He stands up and will strike you about the knees.
He is a monster in size, for a cat, but a baby when
it comes to eating when he wants, or getting his
stomach or ears rubbed. He can't live without it.
Having the cat knock at the door in the
middle of the night just because he is hungry
may seem to be a little inconvenient to many,
and it is. The good part about his door knocking
ability is that he will also come to the door at $
night and knock if he has to go outside, which
makes it nice.
There's nothing which can kill the "good"' of-
a good morning worse than to walk barefoot \
through the house and find out the hard way that
the cat wanted to go outside during the night and
didn't know how to make his wishes known.


A Layman's View


Bible Notes


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Bnford Hoskins Dies Are Now In Session
The Gulf County Adult Insti- Joe There is no charge for Ne


In West Palm Beach


Buford L. Hoskins, 63, a,
resident of Overstreet passed
away recently in West Palm
Beach.
Hoskdns was a native of
Jackson county and had lived
in Gulf County for the past 15
years, coming here from Pa-
nama City. He was a veteran
of World War II and a member
of the Overstreet Bible
Church.
Survivors -include: his wife,
Mrs. Rachel Whittington Hos-
kins of Overstreet; six sons,
Jimmy Hoskins, George Whit-
tington, James Whittington,.
Douglas Whittington and Joe
Whittington of West Palm
4 Beach, and Bobby Hoskins of
Miami; four daughters, Mrs.
Ruth Epling of Ozark, Ala.,
L Mrs. Nell. Hudson of Beth,
- Maine and Mrs. Ann Little of
Chattanooga, Tenn.; one sis-
ter, Mrs. Lou Kelly of Okee-
chobee; three brothers, Doc
Hoskins and W.C. Hoskins of


* Okeechobee and Amos Hos-
kins of Jacksonville; 27 grand-
children and one great grand-
child.
Active pallbearers were;
-Jimmy Epling, Junior Epling,
Allen Epling, Jack Stewart,
Mike Stephens, and Wheeler
Stephens. Honorary pallbear-
ers were; Arius Hensley, Bill
Corbin, Ollie Tidwell, Bill
Zagorski, Roy Conoley, Lloyd
Gilmore, H.T. West, Earl
Lucas, Earl Haney and Joe
Mack Purswell.
Funeral services were held
at 10:00 a.m. Friday, August
18 in the Overstreet Bible
Church with the Rev. .Bill
Graham officiating, assisted
by the Rev. John Clenney.
Interment followed in the
family plot of Pleasant Rest
Cemetery in Overstreet.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fune-
ral Home.


Funeral Rites Sunday for

Mrs. Fannie Shackleford


Mrs. Fannie Shackleford,
93, a resident of Vernon
passed away Sunday, August
13,at the home of her son
Julius Shackleford in Port St.
Joe following a brief illness.
Mrs. Shackleford was a
native and life time resident of*
S Washington County.
Survivors include: fhree
sons, Julius Shackleford, Ar-
chie Shackleford and Arthur

Bert Clark, 80,
Died Thursday
Bert Clark, 80, of Allen Ave.
Panama City, died Thursday
in Gulf Coast Hospital. He was
a native of England, a British
S veteran of WWI, a member of
Masonic Lodge 391 in Talono,
Ill., Order of Eastern Star
Chapter 1021 and was a former.
resident of Mexico Beach. He
also was a member of the
Christian Scientist Church.
Survivors include, his wife,
Estelle Clark of Panama City,
one daughter, Mrs. Muriel
Clark, one sister, Mrs. Clara.
Colley and four brothers, Ar-
thur, Stanley, Norman and
Freddie Clark, all of England.
Burial was in the Holly Hill
Cemetery in Port St. Joe, at
his request there was no
funeral service.
St. Clair Funeral Home was
in charge of all arrangements.
Rites Held Tues.

for J. H. Norris
John Henry Norris, 85, of
Port St. Joe, died Sunday,
August 13 in the Miracle Hill
Convalescent Home in Talla-
hassee. He was a long time
resident of Port St. Joe and a
'retired logger in the lumber
industry.
Graveside services were
held in the Forest Hill Ceme-
tery Tuesday, August 15, at
11:00 a.m. with Rev. I.E.
Cotton of the New Bethel
A.M.E. Church officiating.
St. Clair Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe was in charge of
all arrangements.

Freeman

Johnson Dies
Freeman Johnson, a resi-
dent of Wewahitchka passed
away Thursday, August 17 in
Bay Memorial Medical Center
following an extended illness.
Funeral services are in-
complete at this time but will
'be announced later by Com-
forter Funeral Home.
James Whiddon

Dies August 15
James Henry Whiddon, 59, a
resident of Jones Homestead,
passed away suddenly Tues-
day morning, August 15.
Whiddon was a World War II
veteran and a fisherman by
,,. trade.
' Funeral services were held
at 4:30 p.m. in the Church of
the Nazarene with the Rev.
Lawrence Cox officiating. In
A terment followed in Holly Hill
Cemetery in Port St. Joe.
All services were. under the
direction of Comforter Fune-
ral Home.


Shackleford all of Port St.
Joe; two daughters, Mrs.
Oneida Lee of Amityville, New
York and Mrs. Odeal Brantly
of Vernon; two sisters, Mrs.
Corene Dismuke of Amity-
ville, New York and 'Mrs.
Lruella Chestnut of Sarasota;
14 grandchildren and 13 great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, August 20
in the Sylvannia A.M.E.
.Church of Vernon.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fune-
ral Home.'
Services Today

for Rosie Logan
Mrs. Rosie Mae Logan, 42, a
resident of Dalkeith passed
-away, at her ,-home .early.,
Tuesday morning following an
extended illness.
Mrs. Logan was a native
and life time resident of Gulf
County.
Survivors include; her hus-
band, Johnny Logan; a son
Thomas Prescott of Dalkeith;
and three brothers, Jimmy
Lee Rogers of Dalkeith,
.James Rogers of Red Bull
Island, and Henry Rogers of
Wewahitchka.
Graveside funeral services
will be held at 11:00 a.m. today
in Roberts Cemetery of Ho-
neyville. All services will be
under the direction of Comfor-
ter Funeral Home.


tute is proud of its role in
offering educational opportun-
ities to adults in this area.
Classes for high school com-
pletion are now open at the
centennial building at Port St.


worktext and no fees to pay.
Qualified veterans who have
not earned their high school
education can receive GI ben-
efits while earning their high
school diploma.


The Highland View Church
of God will have "The Good
News Gang", featuring Buck
and Barb in a special service
scheduled at the church Aug-
ust 28 through September 1,


BUCK and BARB


according to the pastor, Rev.
William Touchton.
The visiting group will fea-
ture puppets, preaching, skits,
songs and chalk talk
Services will begin each
night at 7:00 p.m. The public is
invited to attend.

Bass Busters

Meeting Monday
The River Basin Bass Bust-
ers, originally out of Apalach-
icola, is seeking new mem-
'bers. There will be a meeting
Monday, August 28, at 8:00
P.M. at the Florida Power
Lounge, Port St. Joe. I
Anyone interested in joining
this group is encouraged to
attend.


Every Friday

Week-End Special!
(While they last)


Standard, Natural Color


I Carnations
Not Arranged


Every weekend through
the last of November.


Tints will be available at $350 doz.


[ Hedy's Florist

&GiftShoppe


Phone 227-1734


105 Reid Ave.


V


Schedule of 1


I


Aug. 26 4:00 P.M
Highland View Elementa
Fish fry sponsored by Highla
Fire Department


Sept. 2- 3:00 P.M.,

Wewahitchka State Ban
Wewahitchka


Sept. 9-4:00 P.M.,

Port St. Joe, city park nex
First National Bank.


Murphy Singers will provide e
Rallies will be broad cast o


C. G. COSTIN, JR.
Chairman


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entertainment.
)ver WJOE

SAMMY, PATRICK
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equipment are now in use and
more are being purchased. If
you have reading problems
and wish to learn to read
better, come enroll.
This is an opportunity for


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, IFa. THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1978


OBITUARIES:


Food Stamp Office

Closed On Labor Day


The Port St. Joe Food Stamp
office wishes to announce that
September food stamps can be
purchased August 31 at the
local office. Hours for pur-
cahse are 10:00 a.m. until 1:30


p.m.
This change in schedule is
due to Monday, September 4
being a state holiday. The
office will be closed on Sep-
tember 4.


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Choice of twin or full size

Choice of queen or king size

Choice of firmness

Save $60 to $112 per set


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Firm


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$100
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. $112
lper set


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Extra Firm


Your choice of

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Simflex cushioning so it literally molds itself to your body contours.

*Beautyrest not included.



C0w0FHtomAwwwos..


you to earn a high school
diploma at no cost. Day
classes Monday through Fri-
day, 8 a.m., to 3 p.m., evening
classes Monday through
Thursday 6 to 9 p.m. For
further information call 227-
1744 or come by. the Centennial
Building.
There will be no classes
Labor Day.


Adult Education Classes


Special Services Slated

at H.V. Church of God


Your choice of

TWIN or FULL


$69.,95
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Survey Being Taken Couple Are Married,
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for Fall Courses


Miss Pamela Marie Reeves and


David Richard DeFelice Are Wed

'The sanctuary of St. Jos- ." Miss-Amy DeFelice of Brook-
eph's Catholic Church was the "' : l .yti, N.Y., Mr. and Mrs., Brian
letting for the wedding uniting "- ,. Russell, Miss Nasi Foti, Val-
Pamela Marie Reeves and entine, and Pascal Foti and
)avid Richard DeFelice, Sa- -': Jimmy Stratford of Leonia,
urday evening, July 15, at N.Y., Dr. and Mrs. Richard
seven o'clock. DeFelice of Tucson, Ariz.,
The bride is the daughter of Miss Rita Schneider of New
Mrs. Mary Reeves of Port St. Orleans, La., Mr. and Mrs.
Foe and Lester M. Reeves of H.A. Wentworth of Panama
rallahassee. The groom's pai- City and Mrs. Jean De Assisi
cents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard of Coden, Ala.
DeFelice of Brooklyn, N.Y. Others attending were: Mr.
SOfficiating the double ring Lester Reeves, Ellen and He-
ceremony was Father Fausto len Reeves, John Hattner,
Itampiglia assisted by John Steve Pety, Lou Silverman,
Cassidy and'altar boy, Danny Kathy Mooney, Jim Ervin,
MIcDermott. Mrs. Jane Allen Q ; Gregg Kunzi, Gene Reeves,
presented nuptial music on the William G. Reeves, Sandra
"rgan and Geary Reeves and Jamie Mathis, Ken Camp-
layed the guitar as he sang, bell, Peter Chestney and Su-
.And I Love Her" and "Never san Herold ofTallahassee,
My Love". Erwin Jones was Mrs. Evelyn Babb, Fred
violinist and played classical Babb, Candy Snow, Mr. and
selections for the offertory, .,. Mrs. Audi Scott, Mrs: Edward
ommunion and recessional. Nabors, and Selina, Ricky
A candlelight setting -was Lichardillo, Mrs. Geneva
Created in the sanctuary by *. Wentworth, Marci Wentworth,
golden brass candelabrum on .-John Lovett, Mr. and Mrs.
be alter, candletrees holding Royce Rolstead and Father
hhite burning tapers, inter- -. Kirby of Apalachicola.
Aspersed with greenery and a W o
fellow and white daisies. Can- .y ne Whites to,
4]g~c i norh wnrinw f to0


interested in these programs
before they can proceed with
fall planning. Those desiring
to participate in any of the'
activities are asked to call
229-6119 and leave a name and
number where you can be
reached or come by the Rec-
.reation Department office. It
is imperative that those want-
ing to participate make their
desires known soon as poss-
ible'.


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MR. AND MRS. RICHARD ALLEN HANLON


In Pascagoula


The home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ronald Hanlon of
Pascagoula, Miss. was the
setting in which Carol Wood
became the bride of Richard
Allen Hanlon on August 3rd at
6:30 p.m.
The brides parents are Mr.
and Mrs. John Dawkins of
Wewahitchka And the groom
is the'son of Richard Hanlon
also of Wewahitchka.
The couple attended Wewa-
hitchka High School..
The bride, given in mar-
riage by the grooms father,
wore a baby blue dress with a


matching hat and carried a
bouquet of white'daisies on a
whit:' Bible. -
Sheila Hanlon, served the
bride as matron of honor. She
wore a blue dress with a single
flower in her hair.
Ronnie Hanlon, brother of
the groom served as best man.
A reception was held follow-
ing the ceremony in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Han-
lon.
The couple will reside in
Pascagoula, Miss. where the.
groom is employed with In-
gall's Shipyard.,


Sues in eaci winiuuw uo uti
church were surrounded by
yellow and white daisies and
yellow carnations. Completing
the setting were profuse ar-
rangements of yellow and
White daisies, yellow and
white mums on the alter,
potted yellow mums, on the
is.tps to the alter, ferns at the
Vise of each candle tree and
f.ens placed on white columns
htreach side.
: .he bride given in marriage'
by. her father approached the
faltar in a formal gown of white
jilk organize which featured a
hffled yoke bodice with ca-
;nto lace inset, high ruffle
standup collar and full bishop'
sleeves. The full A line skirt
eI into a chapel length train.
T'he hem featured pleated ruf-
f*es and bands of re-embroi-
dered chantilly lace. Tiny
Venise lace daisies were scat-
fered over the skirt .and..
Sleeves of the dress. To com-
J' ete her gown, the bride
Hbfose a fingertip veil trimmed
S with Venise lace daisies.,
-The bride carried a bouquet'
of yellow and white daisies,
yellow and white roses, babys
bieath centered with a yellow
cattleya orchid.
: Miss Marie Wentworth, cou-
a t of the bride from Apalach-
icola served as maid of honor.
S Bridesmaids were Miss Amy
OeFelice, sister of the groom,
Miss Barbara Bennett, cousin
of the groom of Brooklyn,
N.Y., Miss Valerie Reeves,
Cousin of the bride of Talla-
hassee, Mrs. Pam Freeman
n. d Mrs. Carolyn McNeil of.
Port St. Joe. Junior brides-
maids were Kyle Reeves,
'coousin of the bride of St.
S Marks and Wendy Reeves,
'6ousin of the' bride 'of Talla-
fiassee.
. The bridesmaids were
gowned in floor length tiered
dresses of white shimmering
heer enhanced with scattered
S'daisies over yellow satin. The
m faid of honor wore a similar
&dress with yellow shimmering
h eer. The junior bridesmaids
wore gowns of beige shimmer-
ing sheer with scattered dai-
sies and roses over yellow
satin. All had bell sheer'
iliseves and wore floppy sum-
rper hats to match. They each
carried nosegays of yellow
and white daisies and mums
with babys breath and green-
y.
.-Serving the groom as best
-man was his brother, Dr.
`licl~rd DeFelice of Tucson,.
Ariz. Groomsmen were Les
Reeves, brother of the bride of
El. Toro, Cal., Steve Reeves,
brother of the bride of Port St.
Joe, Geary Reeves, brother of
Ove bride of Tallahassee,
Juries Strafford of Brooklyn,
N.Y., Peter Chestney of Tal-
lahassee and Fred Babb III of
Apalachicola.
..Hannon Smith of Port St.
6oe carried the rings on. a
i atin and lace pillow. They
,ere dressed to complement
the bride's attendants in white
tuxedos with canary yellow
ruffled shirts and bouton-
fileres of yellow roses with
mteenery. The bride's father
wore a brown tuxedo with
'ffatching canary yellow shirt
and a white boutonnier, The
groom wore an identical white
tuxedo as the groomsmen but
ijth a white ruffled shirt and
*bite rose boutonnier.
.':The mother of the bride
selected a floor length gown of
mint green with an attached


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MR. AND MRS. DAVID, RICHARD DeFELICE


flowing chiffon capelet. A
yellow throated cattleya or-
chid complemented her attire.
The mother of the groom
wore a white floor length gown
with a yellow and green floral
overlay. She also wore, a
yellow throated cattleya or-
chid.
Mrs. Angela MontaValno,
maternal grandmother of the
groom wore; a floor length
gown of blue, red, and yellow
print. She wore a corsage of
white carnations and yellow
.roses.. ., : ,
Following the wedding cere-
mony, the parents of the bride
hosted a wedding reception
and. buffet dinner at St. Jos-
eph's Bay Country Club.
Large white crepe wedding
bells and yellow and white
crepe balls hung from the
ceiling joined by yellow and
white garland. The buffet
tables held silver candlea-
brum with center .arrange-
ments of yellow and white
daisies.
The brides table held a three
tiered wedding cake adorned
with yellow daisies, clusters of
roses and doves amid the rich
swags and scrolls of snowy
icing. A chocolate tiered
grooms cake.was ornamented
with a yellow ball and chain.
The brides cake was served
by Mrs. Alden Wentworth of
Panama City. Miss Renee
Costin served the grooms
cake. Serving punch from a
large flowing fountain were
Mrs. Marvin Cross and Mrs.
Curtis Lane. A silver punch
bowl was used on the cham-
pagne table. Miss Candy Snow
of Apalachicola registered the
guests. Rice bags were offered
to the guests by Selena Na-
bors, Tonya Cross and Hope
Lane.


For travelling to the Baha-
mas, the bride wore a yellow
linen skirt with a matching
blazer and yellow silk shirt..
The bride is a graduate of.
Port 'St. Joe High School,
Tallahassee Community Col-
lege and Florida State Univer-
sity where she received her
B.S. degree .in, math educa-
tion.
The groom is a graduate of
Brooklyn Prep High School,
Brooklyn College and Duke
University where he received,
a Master's degree in Geology.
He is presently attending Flor-
ida State University, complet-
ing a Ph.D. in geology.
The wedding was. under the
direction of Mrs. Paul Pierce.
On the eve of the wedding,
the groom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard DeFelice host-
ed a rehearsal dinner for the
wedding party at Butler's
Restaurant.
Out of town guests attending
were; Mr. and Mrs. Richard
DeFelice, June and Barbara
Bennett, Elaine Morehead and


Celebrate 25th
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne, White
will celebrate their 25th wed-
ding anniversary with a recep-
tion given in their honor by
their children.
The event will take place on
Friday, August 25 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Hickory House Restau-
rant. All friends and relatives
are invited.


DENISE QVINN.
Denise Quinn Is

Modeling Grad.

Denise Quinn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Billy C. Quinn,
Sr. graduated from the Barbi-
zon School of modeling in
Jacksonville on August 20.
Denise is a 1977 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and
plans to continue her career in
modeling and pursue a career
as a professional model.


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Beginning Thursday





l Price Sale



Candles, Figurines, Plaques,

Stuffed Animals, Tennis Bags,

Wall Hangers, etc.




The Sugar Plum Tree

Florist & Gift Shoppe
315 Reid Ave. Phone 229-6010


~aRnda~


The Recreation Depart-
ment, in conjunction with Gulf
Coast Community College, is
running a survey in Port St.
Joe and surrounding commun-
ities to find out how many
people are interested in the
following courses:
Art, slimnastics for ladies,
tennis, golf,-dance (for chil-
dren: ballet, modern).
The sponsoring agencies
need to know how many are


the members of the

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

Corner 20th St. & Marvin
For information call 229-6969


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ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Madison Street Phone 229-6271
SUNDAY SERVICES
Sunday School ............................ 9:45 A.M .
Morning Worship ....................11:00 AM.
Youth Service ....... ................... 5:00 P.M.
Evening Evangelistic Service ............. 6:15 P.M.
Mid-week Bible Study (Wednesday) ....... 7:15 P.M.
Morning Prayer Meeting (Mon.-Fri.) ..... 9:00 A.M.
PASTOR DAVID FERNANDEZ
"Where Eternal Friendships Are Made"


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1978


College Courses Being

t-'~ -


Offered I
Eight courses will be offered
by Gulf Coast Community
College this fall in the Port St
Joe area, according to Bot
McSpadden, dean of academic
studies.
gj"atration for all eighi
Q= will be held August 24
beginning at 6:30 p.m. In the
Port St. Joe High' School
Classes begin August 28.
McSpadden explained thai
the increased number of offer.
ings for Port St. Joe comes
partially as a result of the
L. recent study conducted in Gull
County regarding the estab
lishment of a GCCC Center ir
St. Joe.
"Because of the interest
shown by Gulf. County resi
dents regarding the Center,
we have doubled the course
. offerings this fall for Port St
Joe and for the first time we

SEastern Star

SSets Annual

Picnic Sun.
Gulf Chapter 191, Order of
Eastern Star, will be having
their Robert Morris covered
dish picnic Sunday, August 27
at 1:30, p.m. At the dinner
they will also be honoring the
Master Masons.
'The picnic will be held at the
Lodge, Hall on Reid Avenue
All members are urged to fib
up a covered dish and come
join the festivities.
Early Weeks is Worthy Pat
ron and Merle Weeks is Wor
thy Matron.

Back-to-

School Disc

Fri. Night
The Washington Recreation
al iand Community Centel
Board of Advisors will sponsor
a back to school disco Friday
August 25 at the Washington
Recreation Center. All school
children ages 12 and up are
invited to attend.
Music will be provided by
O.J. Johnny Th6mas of' Por
St. Joe. Admission is free. The
dance will start at 9:00 p.m
and will end at 12:00. Refresh
ments will be sold. Parents
are welcome to attend.

Gospel Sing at
College Park
There will be a gospel sing
Saturday, August 26 at 7:04
p.m.'CST at the College Park
Church of God in Wewahitch
ka.
The "Representatives" o
Cottondale and local talen
will be on the program.
Rev. S. Jeter extends an
invitation to all to attend an<
stay for, refreshments after
ward.

Lewis' Visit
the Southwest


SSt. Joe


1


Orientation Today at Jr.-Sr. High School


cout'ses. In order foi a student
to receive credit for any
course at the high school, he
must remain in that course for
the full school year. Students
enrolled in grades 9-12 will


either receive a full credit for
satisfactory completion of a
year's work or zero credit: no
half credits will be granted. If
a parent decides to change his
child from one course to


Bus Orientation for

Kindergarten Students


are scheduling courses during
the day hours."
Among those courses being
offered is Western Civiliza-
tion, which will meet on
Monday from 6:30 9:15 p.m.
Philosophy of Ethics will
meet on Tuesdays from 6:30 -
9:15 p.m. Emergency Medical
Technology will meet on Tues-
.day and Thursday evenings
from 7-10 p.m. from August 29
through November 30.
Basic Meteorology and
Freshman English II will both
meet on Wednesday evenings
from 6:30 9:15 p.m.
Freshman Engilsh I afh.
Introduction to Government
will both meet on Thursday.
evenings from 6:30 9:15 p.m.
For the first time, two
courses will be offered during
the day.
American Literature will
meet each Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday from 10-10:50
a.m. Freshman English I will
meet from 10-10:50 a.m. on
Tuesday and Thursdays.
All classes will meet in the
Port St. Joe High School.


-iHALPamulsa Tankers]


SLovely Lasses
s These lovely young ladies will be cheering the Sharks on
to victory this season with formations such as this one
pictured above. The cheerleaders are: left formation, Paula-
Besore and Helen Ullman; right formation, Caron Lynn and
Dewana Jacobs; center formation, on the ground, left to

, Interested In Starting

' A Day Care Center?


Do you enjoy and like being
f around children, do you have
t time on your hands? If you do,
would you be interested in
n starting a Day Care Center for
d the south end of Gulf County?
- The State of Florida, Health
and Rehabilitative Services
along with the Vista Volunteer
of Gulf County are interested
in finding someone to help
provide a Day Care Service
for the working mothers of
Pnrf tt Joe


18 years of age, willing to
receive training and licensing
as necessary, have a house or
facility with a minimum of 20
square feet per child and an
outside play area with both
sun and shade surrounded by
a fence and kitchen facilities.
If interested please contact
Kathy Sellers at 229-6229 or
Lynda Greeg at 229-8362.

The ancient Egyptians were


Orientation for seventh'
graders and other new stu-
dents will be held at Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School on
Thursday, August 24 (today)
beginning at 9:00 a.m., ac-
cording, to Edwin Williams,
principal. The group will meet
in the Commons Area for a,
welcoming assembly conduct-
ed by Student Council mem-
bers, cheerleaders, faculty
and administrators.
Following the general as-
sem,bly, the students will be
taken on a tour of the building
.Itd then meet for a brief
period in each of their classes.-
"hey will be dismissed at
12-.O noon.
Bus transportation will be
provided for thMt students
who normally lIdt the buses.
All parents of students en-
rolled at Port St. Joe Junior-
Senior High School are remin-
ded of the following existing
guidelines regarding course
credits:
The high school offers only
year courses, not semester


Ipvy Lynn Besore and Gwe Sm: on


shoulders, Tammy Butts and Leslie Costin.
-Star photo


The Good Lord willing and
the creek don't rise ....

Indian Pass

OYSTERS

will again be available
beginning 5 P.M., Friday,

Sept.1. Call


4 -- 227-1670

,~ to reserve
your bushel.


r a aDf. fy probably the first people to
Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Lewis, Interested persons must be. bake yeast-raised bread. I
Elizabeth Montgomery and
Jewel Marable left August 3rd e*go, leosmemomo* sonomomom*o*o*ne*oemeo*000*0*0lmemeomoomen*meo*o*oemlenomemoe omenesomen
for an extended visit in the
Southwest. \e \\ BRING THIS AD!! ,
They visited the Lewis' 0
daughter, Pat Grabowski and O T'T Sda Aug 29 -- 11 5:30
family in TLubbock, Texas, 0 ue a. .
toured in New Mexico, visited o 510.
Mrs. Lewis' brother Staff Me
SergentJames 0. Montgom- COLPORTRAITSPECIAL
ery and wife in El Paso,
Texas, toured Old Mexico and a 1
then, returned home on the L iVi ng 1
15th of August. j R Color

Wewa to Fry Portrait
Fish for Doctor ith Purchase Of Our Complete Picture Package
A reception and free fish fry : Package
will be held at the Wewahitch-
ka Community Building Satur- Consists Of: l"
day afternoon for Dr. Manuel *
Luna, who has recently locat- 2 Color 8x10Portraits
ed in the city. 2A Cor o Pii am
According to Bob Davis, a 2 Color 5x7 Portraits ":
Wewahitchka city onmmiso open to 10 Color Billfold Portraits
everyone and willstart at 4:00 he No Extra Charge For Groups
p.m.,. continuing until 7:00 No Ex Up To 3 Persons
p.m., CST. Satisfaction Guaranteed :

For 3 (Complete Package Delivered To Our Store) a" $2.00 Down 12.95 On Delivery i
Pictures Will Be Made At ByH& WStudales Tax
Ambulance y H & W Studio
Call SEARS t No Age Limit

227-1 115 410 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla. No Limit Per Individual .
&...u.... .OO O OOOOo*oo*****O***************************** e********* *****o ***e****meom


Announcing.


0 0 0


GULF AIRE

"The beaches most desired address"


A Choice Selection of _

I. beautiful Gulf View and

i Wooded home sites. f

At


SPre-Development |

Prices
and Termsl R
ltirml|(flelmin ajlmf fisralir ai majr allir alllal-ll llairji t[

Protective building restrictions to protect
your investment.

Private beach for use of Gulf-Aire residents.

Planned recreational facilities.

Planned underground utilities.

Central sewer and water system.

A great investment hedge against inflation.

Paved streets with safe off-the-highway
driveways.



For More Information Contact


E. B. MILLER REALTY
Century 21
1829 Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach
(904) 648-5011


SUDDUTH REALTY CO.
6201 E. Cherry.St.
Panama City, Fla.
(904) 785-8514


REALTOR OF YOUR CHOICE




GULF AIRE,

at Beacon Hill

Between Mexico Beach and St. Joe Beach


-ij~I


PAGE FIVE,


another at the end of first
semester, the child receives. /
"zero" credit.
Parents are therefore urged
to please keep such guidelines
in mind when making sche- School Starts M onday!
dule requests.

Mission II Before starting school,

Met with shop our complete

Mrs. Mosely selection of
Mission Group II of the First
United Methodist Church met Jean s
with Mrs. W.T. Mosley, Jr. on J
Monday. Thirteen members
were present: Mrs. Dorothy &
Williford of Frostproof, was a .
visitor and discussed with the s
group Some of the projects of Shirts
the Frst~rpof Mission
Groups
Mrs, C. L. Costin presided for Boys and Girls
over the bu. iness meeting and
also read a Thought for the
Day on "Fear',.
Members were reminded R EA
that this is. Activities Month, R
and also that they should be M D A. iT
selling the Church Note paper. DEPARTMENI STT0
Mrs. Roy Taylor presented
the program on "Let Go'- Let
Go and Let God!" 214 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
Mrs. Alfred Joines invited
the Group to meet with her in
September.


A bus orientation program
for Kindergarten students and
parents will be held today,
Thursday, August 24. Students
and parents will be given a
brief review of bus rules and
an introductory bus ride. Bus
stop information will also be
available.
Kindergarten students re
often apprehensive aboe .air
first ride on a large nd
unfamiliar vehicle. The pro-
gram is designed to reduce
fears and make the initial ride
an exciting experience. Super-
intendent B. Walter Wilder
encourages interested parents


to bring their kindergarten
child to the football stadium
parking area adjacent to Port
St. Joe Elementary School
between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30
a.m. for this special activity.







.t is believed the tuxedo
is so called from being
first worn at the Tuxedo
Club in Tuxedo, New York.




pi. 5'Wtt~aP' C ., '''U '. :~*-' ', .'
-' .. .


PAGE SIX


NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Gulf County School Board will
;: receive bids until 9:00' A.M. E.D.T.
September 5, 1978, in the office of the
Superintendent of Schools on one (1) 1963
Ford, 8.cylinder school bus, B75FU-
361034, 66 passenger school bus. This
vehicle may be seen at the 'Bs Main.
tenance Facility located in Ward Ridge.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. Please mark your bid
... envelope "Sealed Bid-Bus."
B. Walter Wilder,
Superintendent 2t 8.24
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
1" NOTICE is hereby given that on the
16th day of August, 1978, pursuant to a
Writ of Execution issued in the 'Circuit
'; Court of the Second Judicial Circuit. In
and For Leon County. Florida, Case No.
78.188, in the cause of WEWAHITCHKA
STATE BANK vs. ROBERT A. WHITE,
I' KEN MURPHY, Sheriff of Gulf
County, Florida, have levied upon the
real estate of the defendant, to-wit:.
NEV, of NW'V/, or Government Lot 3
Original, and the fractional South Half of
S, he NW',, or Government Lot 4 Origirnal,
SAll in Section 17, T4S, R9W, Gulf County.
S Florida, comprising 111 acres, more or
: less.
On the 18th day of September. 1978, at
S; Two O'clock (2:00) in the afternoon on
the steps of the GulfCounty Courthouse,
SPort St. Joe,'Florida, I will offer for sale
said real estate 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 8.24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: Estate of
WALTER FAUCETT PAYNE,
Deceased.
; ecea NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
Within three months from the time of
the first publication of this notice you are
required to file with the clerk, of the
Circuit Court of Gulf County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
Fla. 32456, a written statement of any
claim or demand you may have against
the estate of Walter Faucett Payne,
deceased.
Each claim* must be in writing and
must indicate the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the creditor or his
agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim is not yet due, the
date when it will become due shall be
stated. If the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim is
secured, the security shall be. described.
The claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies of the claim to the clerk to enable
the clerk to mail one copy to each
personal representative.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Dated August 14, 1978.
-s- Mary Frances Payne Hall,
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of Walter Faucett Payne,
Deceased.
Charles S. Isler, Jr., of
Isler, Higby, Brown, Smoak & Watson,
Attorney
434 Magnolia Avenue
P. 0. Box 1579
Panama City, Florida 32401
Telephone: 904.763.7633
First published on: August 24, 1978
2t 8-24
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
City Commission of the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, will, at its regular meeting
of September 5, 1978, at 8:00 P.M.,
E.D.T., in the Municipal Building, Port
St. Joe, Florida, consider the adoption of
an ordinance with the following title:


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1978


Provides Aid... fromPage l


about this problem sooner if
we had known", Davis said
A considerable discussion
was held regarding costs per
book lent for the bookmobile
service in the county. Mrs.
- Patton said she would have
. "the Regional System's "ac-
'counting department come up
;"with figures on this matter
and present it to the board.
Just before the Commission
put their final approval on the
library budget, Mrs. McNeill
observed, "I'm very fearful
that if we get t6o stingy with
our financing and service, we
will revert back to what we
didn't have several years ago
and I would certainly hate to.
see that."
The Board then unanimous-
:ly voted to put $20,000 in
county money into the system
plus any state money this
contribution would earn. Mrs.


Patton estimated this total
would amount to around $27,-
000 to $28,000. The library was
asking for $35,000 total operat-
ing money for the Gulf County
branches.
ROAD DEPT. PERSONNEL
Several members of the
County Road Department
were before the board asking
that the operators in the
concrete pipe shop have their
pay remain at the same rate
after the shop is closed down
October 1. The two employees
will be transferred to other
jobs which offer 17c per hour
reduction in pay.
The operators argue that
two truck drivers who had
been with county for less time
than they, had received 10c
per hour increases recently
while they were being cut in
pay.
The Commission resolved


New Phone Book


Being Made Ready


SPreparation for the publica-
Lion of the new telephone
" directory which will include
:Alligator Point, Apalachicola,.




Tuides

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


Thursday
Friday
SSaturday
Sunday
Monday,
Tuesday
.Wednesday
Thursday


High Low
2:57 A 1:47 P
3:46A 2:50P
i4:39A 3:46 P
5:39A 4:34P
6:39 A 5:20 P
7:25A 5:58P
8:20 A 6:37 P
9:06A 7:06P


Carrabelle, Eastpoint, Port
St. Joe, the Beaches and
Wewahitchka began August
21, as six representatives of
the St. Joseph Telephone &
Telegraph Company began a
canvass of the area. Names of
the representatives who will
'be calling on businessmen in
the area are: Canvass Man-
ager G. Nicolette, H. Bryant,
T. Knight, J. Simonds, M.
Ashley, and M. Sorrow.
Due to increased telephone
activity and growth in the
area, the telephone directory
will be larger and of greater
benefit to the communities it
serves.
Closing date for the sales
canvass has been set for
October 27. Anyone desiring to
make additions, deletions or
changes should contact their
local telephone company busi-
ness office as soon as possible.


the problem by removing the
10c increase from the truck
drivers' pay.
SUBDIVISIONS
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business items, the
Commission:
-Agreed to accept a 145 by
110 foot piece of property in
*Wewahitchka from ~FUCO
Farms on which to build a new
ambulance building. The
County agreed to pay half the
survey cost.
-Heard a complaint from
Robert Nations of Florida
Engineers that a new ruling
had cost him a 28 delay in
filing a subdivision plat for
Sunnywood Estates near We-
wahitchka. The Board resolv-
ed the lack of communications
caused by the new ruling by
instructing Nations how to file
his plats in the future.
-Corbin Cauthon, a former
DOT engineer now with Flor-
ida Engineers advised the
Board they were changing the
road specifications for Gulf
Aire subdivision on the beach
to require a three inch asphalt
base for the roads rather than
a clay base. Cauthon said the
high water table in this area
would make the clay an
.unacceptable base, causing
the roads to be unusually
susceptible to potholes.


AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
TIONS I AND II OF ORDINANi
91 ENTITLED: "'AN ORDIN
RELATING TO RATES
CHARGES FOR WATER
SEWER CONNECTIONS AND
VICE OF THE CITY OF POQI
JOE, AND REPEALING ALL
NANCES, IN CONFLICT H
WITH."; AND PROVIDING FO
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The body of the ordinance
essence, raise the fee for 1,000 gal
water from .90c to $1.00, but will
the minimum charge from $3.60 t
for water and the minimum for
connection froA $2.16 to $1.80.
Dated this 17th day of August,
-s- Tom S. Coldewey,
Vice-Mayor
Attest: Michael J. Wright,
City Auditor and Clerk

NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t
City Commission of the City of P
Joe, Florida, will, at its regular mr
of September 5, 1978, at 8:00
E.D.T., in Municipal Building, F
SJoe, Florida, consider the adoption
ordinance with the following title
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
TONS I AND It OF ORDINANCE
92 ENTITLED: AN ORDIN
PROVIDING FOR FEES FOR
ELECTION OF GARBAGE W
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
PEALING ANY ORDINANCE
CONFLICT HEREWITH, AND
VIDING FOR AN EFFECT
DATE.
The body of the ordinance will p
for increases as follows:
1Od Rate Propose
Residence $3.50
Business 6.00
'Commercial 10.50
Supermarket-
Industrial 30.00
Dated this 17th .day of August,
.s.',Tom S. Coldewey, Vice.Mayoi
Attest: Michael J. Wright
City Auditor and Clerk


School Board Gives Its


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will, in
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reduce


tos 3.00 With the football season galloping up faster than a scared
halfback with a 250 pound line-backer in pursuit, the high
,1978. school band, under the direction of Ray Smith, is also making
preparations to parade their expertise on the football field at
half time. Here, the band members gather in the heat of the
28-24 day to go over some of their routines, with bandmaster Smith
in the front to critique their performance. The band has
become a favorite part of the football games here in Port St.
hat the Joe for the past two years. -Star photo

P.M.,
'ort St. ,

FIRST BAPTIST
CE NO.

IN CHURCH
E; RE-
ES IN Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
TIVE REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth
provide
d Rate SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. 9:45A.M.'
S 4:50 MORNINGWORSHIPGSERVICE 11..... :00A.M.
20.00 CHURCHTRAINING ................. 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 7:30P.M.
1 0. PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:00 P.M.
So
"Come and Worship God with Us"
2t 8-24


V -V v v 1



e e
We Will be





Closed



Monday, September 4


In Observance of



I LABOR DAY




FloridIa 1st National Bank




SRat Port St. Joe
. 504 Monument Ave. Phone 229-8282
It. KKMwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww


will be discriminated against the Superintendent of School
because of race, sex, color, or has a copy of the complete
national origin, policy which'may be reviewed
Each school and the office of by any interested party.


Policy for Reduced Meals i---------
First United
The Gulf County..School dren who are eligible for free will 'be used only for the '
iard recently announced its meals, except at meal times. purpose of determining eligL- M ethodist Church
licy for free and reduced In addition, families not meet- ability. Applications may be ...
eals:and free milk for chil- ing these criteria ,but with submitted at any time during Constitution and Monument Ave.
en unable to pay the full other unusual expenses due to the year. The application Port St. Joe, Fla.
ice of meal and milk served unusually high medical ex- forms contain a statement JOHN IE W. McCURDY, Minister
der the National School penses. shelter costs in excess above the space for signature
nch, School Breakfast; and *of 30 percent of income, certifying that all information
ecial Milk Programs. special education expenses furnished in the application is CHURCH SCHOOL ......................... 9:45 A.M.:
Local school officials have due to the mental or physical true and correct, that the PREACHING SERVICE .......... 11 A.M. &7:00 P.M.
opted the following family condition 6f a child, and application is being, made in B METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ........ 5:30 P.M.


size income criteria for deter-
mining eligibility:
Children from families
whose- income is at or below
the levels shown are eligible
for free or. reduced price
meals or free milk. An extra
one half pint of free 'milk is
available to elementary chil-


Family F
Size Wkly.
1 $ 64
2 84
3 104'
4 124
5 143
6 161
7 178
8 195
9 210
.10 225
11 240
12 255
Each Addt'l
Member add $ 15


disaster or casualty losses are
urged to apply.
Application forms are being
sent to all homes in a letter to
parents. Additional copies are
available at the principal's
office in each school. The
information provided on the
application is confidential and


Free'Meals and Free Milk
Bi-wkly. Month Annual
$128 $ '" $ 3,350
169 .6 4,400
209 454 5,450
249 540 6,490
286 620 7,450
S323 ,700 8,410
356 773 9,280
390 845 10,150
420 911 '10,940
451 977 11,730
481 1,042 12,510
511 1,107 13,290

$ 30 $ 65 $ 780


Wkly
$125
165
204
243
279
315
348
380
410
439
469
498


connection with the receipt of
Federal funds, that school
,officials may. for cause, ver-
ify the information in the
application, and that "delibe-
rate misrepresentation of in-
formation may subject the
applicant to prosecution under
applicable.State and criminal

Reduced Price Meals


Month
$ 544
715
885
1,055
1,210
1,366
1,508
1,649
1,777
1,905
2,032
2,159


Annual
$ 6,530
8,580
10,630
12,660
14,530
16,400
18,100.
19,790
21,330
22,870
24,390
25,910

$ 1,520


Bi-wkly
$251
330
408
486
558
630
696
761
820
879
* 938
996


$29 $ 58 $ 126


* p.....
.'.p.*~..


statutes.


In certain cases foster chil-
dren are also eligible for these
benefits. If a family has foster
children living with them and
wishes to apply for such meals
and milk for them, they should
contact the school.
Under the provisions of the
policy the Principal will re-
view applications and deter-
mine eligibility. If a parent is
dissatisfied with the ruling of
the official, he may wish to
discuss the decision' with. the
determining official on an
informal basis. If he wishes to
make a formal appeal, he may
make a request either orally
or in writing to Temple Wat-
son, P.O. Box 969, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456 or telephone,
229-8256 for a hearing to
appeal the decision.
If a family member be-
comes unemployed or if fam-
ily size changes, the family
should contact the school to
file a new application. Such
changes may make the chil-
dren of the family eligible for
reduced price meals, or for
additional benefits such as
. free meals and milk if the
family income falls at or
below the levels shown above.
In the operation of child
feeding programs, no child


Polyester cord

DELUXE CHAMPION





as$20

A78-13 Blackwall. Plus $1 69 FE.T.
and old tire. Whitewall add $3.
S "A' size 5-rib design,
6.00-12, 5.60-13',
P155/80D-13. 6.00-13".


Plus S1.42 to $1.50
FE.T and old tire.
B78-13, B78-14. C78-14, D78-14,
560-15, 6.00-15L' 6.85-15
6.45-14" Blackwall


e l '.ET. and old tire.
E78-14, F78-14,
G7814, H78-14,
G 7815, Backwall


Plus S2.13 to $2.60
F E.T. and old tire
H78-15, L78-15. Blackwall

Whitewalls add $3. 36
'Tread design different Plu S2 65 to S2 93
than shown. F E T and old aire


CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ......... 7:30 P.M. t

.



The First

Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE.- PORTST. JOE

Invites You to Worship with Them
William Wilson, Pastor.

SERVICES i ,
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:45 AM
-MORNING WORSHIP ..................... 11:00AM
EVENING WORSHIP ..................... 7:00 PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT .................... 7:00PM






Summer Fun


Starts Here!

visit the Athletic House

and equip yourself for


SDouble belted tire


SALE
Save88 t24 PERSETI
D A78-13.Blackwall.
~ Plus $1.71F.E.T. per
4 TOp tire andfour oldtires.
Whitewalladd
$ S5.25pertire.
DELUXE for
CHAMPION for
Sup- e B78-14, C78-14,E78-14.
Sup-"F-Belt5.Blackwall.
Plus $1.92 to S2.19 F.E.T
S per tire and 4 old tires.

4 for *14
F78-14,078-14 E78-15.
F78-15.Blackwall.
Plus $2.31 to $2.47 F.E.T
per tire and 4 old tires.

4 for l*4
H78-14, G78-15.
Blackwall.
Plus $2.55 to $2.70 FiET


per tire and 4 old tires.
4for1607


J78-14 Wh-15tewall.


L78-15 Blackwall.
Plus $2.87 to S3.05 FET
per tire and 4 old tires.
Whitewallsadd $2 to $3 pertire.


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Steel Belted

ADIAL V-1 TM
- mL


As
low
as
BR70-13 Whitewall
Plus $2.20 F.E.T.
and old tire.
Wide 70 series radial has
seven layers of strength
under the tread two
polyester'cord radial
body plies, four rayon
stabilizer belts and
a tough steel belt.





ER70-14, FR70-14.
GR70-14. GR70- 1
Plus $2.71 to $3.06
peF.E.T. and old tire.





HR70-14, HR70-165
JR70-15, LR70-15
Plus $3.27 to $3.65
F.E.T. and old tire.


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Choice building lots available no
development prices.


BEACHES


Five-plex currently rented,
near water on 40th St. Good
investment.
PRICE REDUCED-3 bdrm
brick.home, nearly new, in
excel. cond. On 2 lots totall-
ing 150' x 150'. A permanent
.home to be proud of. Corner
of Georgia and Magellan,
St. Joe Beach.

Duplex 2 bdrm, furnished.
Two blocks back from-Gulf.
Mexico Beach. Good invest-
ment property.

Large rustic beach home: 4
'bdrms, large living room
with fireplace. Custom cabi-
nets in kitchen, veranda.
Plus a one bdrm. rental
cottage. St. Joe Beach.
Home plus income.

Deluxe Mobile Home: 2
bdrms, .2 bths, carpeted,
drapes, completely furnish-
ed w washer & dryer. Large
insulated utility house,
chain link fence. 8th & Geor-
gia, Mexico Beach.

Excel. cond.," 1974 mobile
home on 2 improved lots
Cortez St. Many improve-
ments, 10x10' storage shed,
landscaped. A true valueat
$17,000. St. Joe. Beach.

Excellent buy in 2 bedroom
mobile home with screen
porch, completely furnish-
ed. Gegrgia Aye.,.Mq xico
Beach. $14,000.
Lots of room in this com-
fortable 3 bdrm, 1 bath
home'with large spacious
den, lot beautifully land-
scaped. Pine St. 11 blocks
from U.S. 98.

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

Good location, good invest-
ment. First lot of Gulf St.,
St. Joe Beach. 2 bdrm-bath
house with sleeping porch
and carport on lot 75x112.
Pi'esently rented.
Looking for permanent resi-
dence-double-wide mobile
home on 2 landscaped lots, 3
bdrm, 2 baths, LR, DR and
den, 12x30' concrete screen
porch, corner of Florida &
Mississippi.


Excellent
construct
bath bri
lot, cent:
place, pr
Mexico-

Mobile 1
rooms o
lot mal
bdrms,
living ro
nished.
Mexico

Furnish
$9,500.

Looking
house? '
ful Span
bath hon
impress
ming po
enclosed
off living
trance, p
and genu
ious 2 ca

Almost
75' x 10
Gulf. 2 b
chen. 15t

Partially
1'/z bath
rm, kitc]
combo. G
on 75' x
$18,500 a
ner lot
with hom

Small be
some rep
beach. 10
at $14,50C
Beach.

Almost n
bdrm-ba
dining-ki
Street..

Duplex-
side, 2 b
side on n
St., St. J


BEA

Commer
and 90x1
ter. Mex

Large Ci
way fron
Strategic
vestmen


PORT ST. JOE


-Brick home. 3 bdrms, large'
'rooms, nice corner lot, good
location. Lots of extra fea-
tures. 1912 Juniper:

Older home on large corner
lot. 3 b'drm; 2 baths, living
rm, large kitchen, den, and
big screen porch off liv.
room. Owner has treated for
termites. 1101 Garrison Ave.

Income duplex, 2 bdrm, 1b
bath, liv-rm, kitchen-dining
comb. up & down. 228% 7th
St. Bargain. $15,000.00.

1313 Marvin Ave., fireplace
in roomy den, 3 bdrms, 3
baths, carport, utility room,
in nice location, lots of
room, fenced yard.

105 Bellamy Circle, 3 bdrm,
1 bath, cone. block home,
needs some work, painting,.
a nice livable home priced
in the 20's..

2 excellent residential build-
ing lots on Westcott Circle.
Drive by and see these, then
give us a call.


221 9th S
complete
dishwasl
curtains
panellin
screen p
In quiet r
large Il
bdrms, 2
dishwash
range.
sys., in
sprinkler
102 Yaup

3 bdrm, l
age room
nice den,
neighbor;
Woodwar

104 Yai
house. 3
rm, din.
place. 2-c
can easil
large rec

Large, c
house on
baths, big
rm, neW
Blvd.


We're Here For You.TM
Each office is independently owned and operated.

E. B. MILLER REALTY

I INDIAN PASS
SION 2 lots on Neptune. Owner
ow at pre- will sell one or both, priced
right. Second block from
beach. $5,500 each.
Almost new 3 bdrm, 2 bath'
comfortable home with car-
it, extremely well- port & laundry room. On
ted new 3 bdrm, 2 State Hiway S30B. Conven-
ick home on large ient, ready to move into.
ral heat & air, fire-
riced right, 7th St., 2 story home with sun roof
Beach. and balconies. Beautiful
view. 2 bedrooms, upper
home with 2 added floor. Complete separate
on nice landscaped apartment lower floor, built
king a total of 3 to last. A home plus income.
den, bath, large
)om, completely fur- WHITE CITY
Tennessee Ave.,
Beach. House and 90x150' lot just,
off highway. 2 bdrm, one
ed trailer and lot, bath, screen porch. Chain
link fence around yard.
__ $8,000.
for your dream
We have it! Beauti- 131' on Hwy. 71, 444' deep.
ish-style 3 bdrm., 3 Nice 3 bdrm, 2 bath home.
ne. Great room with Deep well & pump. Approx.
ive fireplace. Swim- one and one-third acres.
Dol and patio area
with privacy fence Low down payment, you ar-
g area. Lovely en- range own financing, seller
atio. Lots of arches will take 2nd mortgage.
line tile roof. Spac- Brick home, 3 bdrm, 2 bath,
ir garage. chain link fence, laundry
room.
new stilt-house on
D0' lot overlooking WEWAHITCHKA
drms, bath, big kit- Almost new brick home-
h St., Mexico Beach 13/4 acres. Over 3,500 sq. feet
,finished 3 bdrm, of living area. This one is
finished, 3br m, two homes in one-3 bdrms
home, large living 2 baths, liv. rm, din. rm,
hen and family rm kitchen and den in main
garage & utility rm, area and under same roof a
100' cleared lot. lovely Apartment w liv. rm -
s is. Adjoining cor- din. rm, kitchen combina-
may be purchased tion. Large bath and dress-
Te. ing rm. area. Central heat
S-\and air, city-water. '.'
each house, needs",
pairs / block from DOUGLAS
00'x.75'lot, bargain LANDING
30. 7th St., Mexico
How about a getaway place
_for weekends? Brand new
"A" frame brick and wood
ew beach cottage, 2 construction. 3 bdrm, 1 bath
ath, living room, electric heat. "Cute as a
tchen combo. 8th
bug" on lovely wooded lot.
Reduced.
1 bdrm & bath one DALKIETH
drm & bath other
lice lot. Columbus Country living at its best.
oe Beach. 11/2 acres with 3 bdrm, 1
bath, living rm, den, screen-
ed porch. Cen. h-ac and
ECH LOTS carpeted.

rcial lots. 90x190'
20' in business cen- ACREAGE
ico Beach.
13 acres with 3 bdrm house.
commercial Lot. Hi- Ideal setup for catfish farm-
tage 320 ft. on canal ing. 2 large stocked ponds -
c corner. Good in- all equipment needed to
t property. start. Several outbuildings
on property. $54,000.00.


$t., 2 bdrm, 1 bath, HIGHLAND VIEW
e w stove, refrig., $3,000 down, owner will fi-
her, 2 window a-c's, nance balance at 81/ per-
and carpets.. New cent. See this starter home
ig, new plumbing, at your convenience. 208 2nd
orch. Ave.
residential area. On Investment potential-2 bay
andscaped lot. 3 front lots facing U.S. 98.
! baths, kitchen w- Total 150' front x 110' deep
her, disposal, oven- with fire damaged cottage-
Has cen. vacuum price reduced to $12,500.00.
iter-com, 320 ft.
system, deep well. COMMERCIAL
non.
on For Sale or Lease-Excel-
living, dining, stor- lent store location. 222 Reid
Scan be made into Ave. $30,000. Rent or lease
utility room, nice negotiable.
hood on 2 lots, 1017 -
d.__ OAK GROVE
upon-New brick
bdrms, 2 baths, liv. 2 story house. 1.900 sq ft,
rm, den with fire- on lot 50X150'. Needs repair.
ar garage panelled Deep well & pump. Exc.
ly ,be converted to potential. 136 2nd Ave.
reactionn room.
MOBILE HOMES
comfortable, older
2 lots. 4 bdrms, 2 Excellent double-wide Tif-
g den, liv. rm, din. fany, partially furnished.
roof, 1201 Palm Buy equity and take over
payments.


1 11MISC FORSAL* .


House on large corner lot- 3
bdrm, 2 baths, 2,100 sq. ft.
under roof. 2111 Palm Blvd.
Call 648-5194 for information.
4tp 8-24

3 bdrm house on 1 acre,
screen porch, extra i2x20'
building, formerly used as
beauty shop. House is approxi-
mately 5 years old. Located in
White City. I will finance at 8
percent with $4,000 down if
credit rating is flawless. 229-
8118 or 229-8153. tfc 8-24

Double-wide trailer on 2
lots, 24'x54', 3 bdrm, 2 com-
plete baths, unfurnished. City
water and sewage. 229-6759
after 6 p.m. tfc 8-17


Two large corner .lots for
sale at Ward Ridge. Call 22-9-
8092. 4tp 8-24

3 bedroom frame house in
Oak Grove, located on Iola St.,
price reasonable. Call 229-7222
days or 229-6300 nights.
tfc 7-27
75' x 115' zoned lot at Mexico
Beach. Phone 229-2763. tfc 8-25

* 2 bedroom house at 520 3rd
St., has recently been re-
modeled. Two 'air condition-
ers, fenced in yard, utility
house. 229-6217. tfc 6-29

Two bedroom house, 521
10th St., on 21/ lots. $18,000.,
Phone 229-6343 after 6:00.


SAY YOU SAW

IT IN THE STAR I


(1) 30-gal. electric hot water
heater, 1 year old; (1) upright
piano. 648-5857. tfc 8-24

(1) black & tan Dachshund,
AKC registered miniature,
$40. Part Dachshund male,
free!! 229-6246. ltc 8-24

Lowery electronic organ
with built-in percussion sec-
tion, $750; Y.4maha classical
guitar with case, $60. Call Ann
Aldridge, 229-8170. tfc 8-24

Assume payments, no
equity on 2 bdrm, 1974 Mon-
tego mobile home, 12x62, wall
to wall carpet, c.h. & c.a., all
house furniture. Excellent
condition. $120 per month. Call
639-2381. 2tp 8-24

1 Rheems central gas unit,
125,000 btu output. 229-6694
after 5 p.m. tfc 8-24

Two family yard sale, Satur-
day, 8 till. Jones Homestead.

Rod & Gun camper shell for
long pick-up .truck, good buy
for $150.00. Also home-made
cover for Datsun pick-up, $20.
Call 229-8118. 8-24

Two family patio sale. Cor-
ner of Santa Anna & Hwy. 98,
St. Joe Beach, Saturday, 9-5.
Fireplace with electric logs,
car, etc. Itp 8-24
-1 acre restricted lot, near
Wewa $2,700; 14' Randall
Craft, 35 h.p. Evinrude with
mechanical steering, galvan-
ized trailer, $2,200; 1977 Dodge
pickup, deluxe package, as-
sume payments; 1977 Delta 88
Royale $5,200. Call 639-2880.
3tp 8-10


I ~ ~SERIE


Specializing in
Medicine Cabinets with
Matching Vanity Sets
WHIT'S WOOD WORKS
229-8715
205 7th St., Highland View
4tp 8-17

CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Septic tanks cleaned out.
Phone 229-8227
tfc_12-22

Psychological Services for
.anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145. (24 hr.)

The Cool-Sealing of a mobile
home roof is a .necessity to
protect your home from the
leaks and rot caused by rain,
wind and heat: A properly
applied coat of Cool-Seal will
also serve to insulate your
home and reduce the high cost
of air-conditioning. So, don't
wait until the brown spots
appear on your ceiling, Cool-
Seal NOW.
For Free Estimate
Call 229-8372
tfc 6-8

Complete Wood Shop
Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
lhIwv 989. 227-1763

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


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


Piano lessons. Call Lavinia
Heaton during the afternoon
after August 26. 229-6907.

Will do babysitting in my
home. Bunny Miller. 229-8819.
2tp 8-24


FLOOR COVERING
INSTALLED ,
All types carpet & vinyl floor-
ing. Free Estimates. Call 229-
6929, Mike KahI. tfc 7-27

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

HOUSE PLANS DRAWN
Reasonable Rates
Quality Work
Call 648-5639
2tp 8-24

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

Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757
tfc 2-2


GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets-
Vanities Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
White City, Hwy. 71
Glen Combs
Shop 229-6017 or
229-6530


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


BACKHOE WORK
OR RENTAL
Charles H. Stephens
227-1622 or 229-8032
tfc 8-3

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

ALLEN'S CABINETS
328 7th Street
Highland View
Cabinets, furniture, vanities,
etc.
Call 229-6207
tfc 12-1

Painting & Remodeling
Reasonable Rates
Free Estimates
Phone 648-5204
tfc 12-8


AL'S HEATING & AIR
CONDITIONING SERVICE
Also Refrigerators & Freezers
Phone Answered by
Electronic Secretary
Phone Anytime.
639-5535
4tp 8-10


Personalized New Car
Quote 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
10tp8-10


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


For Cable TV
installation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office


View
es
tc.
p 8-17
1ce 1n


"Wheel Hoss" tractor, ex-.
cellent cond. Can be seen at
firetower in Overstreet. Pro-
ceeds will go to the building
fund of Overstreet Bible
Church. Will be sold to best
offer. 229-6310. tfc 8-3


SAW FILING &
SHARPENING
112 1st St., Highland'
229-6552, W. C. Mil
Scissors, knives, e
8t;

Upright piano in e:
cond., $350, 648-5954.


Cakes for any oc(
Sewing and alterati
almost anything. My
are reasonable and m3
taste great!! Call 2
after 5 weekdays, an
weekends.

Reduce safe & fas
Go-Bese Tablets &
"water pills". Cam
Drug.-

RCA portable black
white TV, excellent, $5
mons queen size sof
excellent, $150. 648-533


"The Great Tide",
by Rubylea Hall, form
dent of Port St. Joe, wi
sale at the following
and it is in its sixth pr
Pate's Service Center
Pauline's Restaurant
Phillip's Gulf Service
Hickory House
Gulf Sands Rest., beach
Mexico Beach Grocery
Kerigan's Kargo, M.B
Fiesta Food Store, M.1
Mrs. Hubert Brinson,
St., Port St. Joe. 229-8S


Sears go cart, good
$125. Call Tres Parke
1861 after 5 p.m.


FOR STANLEY HOME
PRODUCTS
Call Betty Gilbert
648-5047
... tfc 7-15

TRAMPOLINES IN STOCK
6 FT. x 10 FT. OR ROUND.
We deliver and assemble.
Terms available. WESTERN
AUTO, 219 Reid Ave. 227-1105.
tfc-4-6

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


WAKULLA PORTABLE
BUILDING SALE
, Complete line of utility
houses and green houses.
Custom buildings, insulated
& panelled.
Located at intersection of
U. S. 319 & 98 at Medart
Office- 926-3606
or 984-5218- Home
Mae Jones, Owner,
Operator






There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M.,
every first and third Thursday
at 8:00 p.m.
J. J. PIPPIN, W.M.
F. E. Brogdon, Sec.

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


1966 Ford van, a.m. and f.m.
radio, cassette player and
C.B. radio, customized on the
inside (complete carpet). In
good condition, $1,500 firm.
Call 653-8097. 2tc 8-17

1958 Vauxhall, red and
white. Driven to work daily by
a kindly old eye doctor. Phone
227-1410 or 227-1858. Dr. Wes-
ley Grace. tfc-8-17

1976 Ford E150 -an, all
options, privacy glass, cap-
tains chairs, new-tires, excel-
lent condition. Call 229-6433
after 5:00p.m. tfc 8-24


excellent
1978 Honda Moped. Gets 120
2tc 8-17 mpg,' ideal for around-town,
driving, to work, school, shop-
casion. ping, etc. $350. Call Jean
ons on Stebel at 227-1304 after 4 p.m.
prices tfc 8-10
y cakes
29-6154 CB Radios, Johnson, Craig,
.y time Surveyor, antennas, base sta-
tfc 8-17 tions, terms available. West-
ern Auto. tfc 3-4
st with
E-Vap 24' x 44' double-wide mobile
pbell's home, partially furnished,
5tp 8-17 $7,000. Call 229-6490 after 4
p.m. tfc 6-1
ck and
0; Sim- DRAPERIES-Ready made
fa bed, and-custom made. Large sel-
2. election of swatches to choose
2tc 8-17 from. Roche's Furniture and
Appliance Store. 209 Reid
written Ave.. phone 227-1730.
er resi-
11 be on For Sale: Charter member-,
places, ship for St. Joseph's Bay
tinting: Country Club. Dues paid thru
July. For information call
229-6418. tfc 6-29
Station
Custom-made wooden name
ch plaques, for mail boxes, front
y, M.B. gates, door posts, etc. Econo-
my Motors & Garden Center,
B. 301 Hwy. 98, HV. 229-6001.
216 6th New and used lawnmowers
663. for sale. Lawn mowers, tills
3tp 8-10 and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
cond., Center, 301 Hwy. ,98, HV.
er, 227- 229-6001. tfc 4-28
tfc 7-27


Cards of

Thanks


CARD OF THANKS
We would like to take this
opportunity to thank the com-
munity for the sympathy
shown to us during the death
of our beloved mother.
Als, for the food, flowers
and many acts of kindness.
God bless you all.
The family of,
Mrs. Nancy Cooper

CARD OF THANKS
We would like to express our
thanks to the nurses at Munici-
pal Hospital, Dr. Joseph Vaz-
quez, the EMT's on the ambu-
lance squad, and Claude Py-
lant for their aid after our
boating accident Saturday.
The Robert E. Simon fam-
ily


Eldon B. Miller, Realtor Patty Miller, Associate

648-5011

1829 Hwy. 98 MEXICO BEACH

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


St. Joe Senior Citizens Villa
for those persons 60 years of
age and older; private & semi-
private rooms, maid service,
linen service; 4 meals per
day; planned social and reli-
gious activities; emotional
security and companionship.
Inquire at St. Joe Motel or call
229-9911. It 8-24





THE AMERICAN DREAM
Own your own Ladies Fashion
or Jean & Casual Wear Shop.
Over 130 nationally known
brands. Open in 2 weeks!
Everything provided. Your
cost $17,900.. Call collect 904-
764-7612, ext. 6.
It 8-24





Furnished 2 bedroom house
on Canal Street at St. Joe'
Beach. Contact Raymond Bru-
ner, 482-3884, Marianna, Fla.
Ite-R-24
2 bdrm, 1 bath,, furnished
house at St. Joe Beach on Gulf
Street, $150 per month. $50
deposit, refundable. 229-6367:
tfc 8-17

For Rent: Small furnished
apartment, suitable for single
or couple. Call 227-1810.
tfc 8-10

For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc 3-16

Living room, bedroom, kit-
chen, bath & breakfast nook,
adult only. 227-1352. tfc 7-6

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

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

For Rent: Nice shady lot on
Columbus St., St. Joe Beach,
for mobile home parking. Call
229-8000 after 5 p.m. $40
month. tfc 7-20

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








Wanted: Nice 2 or 3 bed-
room house, unfurnished,
within 8 miles of St. Joe. Ask
for Danny at 227-1564.
tfc 8-17


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PAGE EIGHT


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1978


tectsthehealth of our community
and helps lake life longer and
more comfortable. If you're unde-
ckdd about pMr future, consider
a career in Pharmacy. It's a field
of Importance, responsibility, and
challenge...overflowingwith grati.
flying permal rewards.
YOUR REXALL PHARMACY

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


Airman Susan Carter

Graduates at Chanute


Airman Susan D. Carter,.
daughter of retired Air Force
Technical Sergeant and Mrs.
Loston Carter of Wewahitch-'
ka, has graduated at' Chanute
AFB, Ill., from the U.S: Air
Force technical training
course for avionics systems
equipment specialists.
Airman Carter, now trained
S .to perform maintenance on
integrated airborne equip-
;ment, is being assigned to
-Mountain Home AFB, Idaho,
for duty with a unit of Tactical
Air Command. Completion of
the course earned the Indivi-
.' dual credits towards an asso-

^,> Don't Let
;^ l / This Happen
STo YOU!

i See Us First...
Radiators Are Our
Only Business!!
...FREE
COOLING
SYSTEMS
CHECK!
Complete Radiator
Jobs
on the car

off the car 41850
SERVICE STATIONS Et GARAGES
Radiators Cleaned & Repaired
For $16.50
We repair auto air
conditioning condensmes.
All Work Guaranteed
90 Days.


_K'OK



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


ciate in applied science degree
through the Community Col-
lege of the Air Force.
The airman, a 1974 graduate
of Wewahitchka High School,
received an A.A. degree in
1976 from the University of
Florida.


-Star photo


Adult Classes


Start Monday


Adult classes at the Port St.
Joe High School will begin
Monday, August 28. The fol-
lowing classes are being of-
fered: drivers education for
adults each Monday and Tues-
day from 6:00 p.m., to 9:00
p.m., welding classes Monday'
through Thursday from 6:00 to
9:45 p.m.

Men Bowlers

Meet Monday
There will be a meeting for
the Gulf County Men's Bowl-
ing Association and League
Monday night at the Bowling
Alley at 7:30.
All members who are signed
up and men who would like to
participate in this year's bowl-
ing leagues are encouraged to.
attend this meeting.


Florida Banks Revival Service

Pay Dividends At White City


Florida National Banks of
Florida, Inc. announced re-
cently that the Board of
Directors voted the regular
quarterly dividend on com-
mon stock of $.13 per share
payable September 29 to
shareholders of record on
September 8.
This announcement was
made following Florida Na-
tional's quarterly Directors'
meeting by John H. Manry,
Jr., President and Chief Exec-
utive Officer for the 1.7 billion
dollar holding company which
operates 52 banking offices
statewide.


Revival services will begin
at the White City Assembly of
God Church Saturday night,
August 26 at 7:30 p.m.
The revival will be kicked
off on Saturday night with a
big, gospel sing.
Tle Evangelist, Rev. Ed
Quattlebaum, will be preach-
ing and singing each night
thereafter.
Rev. Bobby Taylor, pastor,
invites everyone to attend
these special services.

The first 'cross-country mail
delivery, in 1858 took 23
days and 4 hours.


A 19,

PHARMACIST?

Aharmacistdaily assiststhe sick
andinjuredbydispensingto them
the most'advanced medicine in-
the wedd. Through his product
he eases the pain of tragedy, pro-


This photo shows a sleepy bunch of football players who
gather in the early hours of the morning to get in their
....l ......". f. thP P -nn w,'hich nnens with thp


A new class is opening in
building trades, for people
interested in this type con-
struction. The class will be
taught by James T. Wood and
will be offered Monday
through Thursday from 6:00 to
, 9:45 p.m.
Sewing classes will be offer-
ed from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
There will be no classes
Labor Day.


Assigned to

Ft. Campbell
Pvt. Eric A. Hudson, whose
wife, Janie, lives at 143 Ave.
E, Port St. Joe, recently was
assigned to the 101st Airborne
Division At Fort Campbell,
Ky.
He is a 1971 graduate of
Milton High School.
Hudson's mother, Mrs."Bil-
lie G. Hudson, resides at 204-B
Walker St., Milton.
His father, Herman L.
James, lives at 606 Mary St, in
Milton. .

Form Leagues

for Flag Football
The Recreation Department
will again sponsor flag foot-
ball this fall.
There will be will be a league for
fourth, fifth and sixth graders
and also a league for men.
If you would like to partici-
pate or sponsor a team this
year, please let it be known by
calling 229-6119 or coming by
the Recreation Department
office upstairs in the City Hall.


.


jamboree next Friday in Blountstown. Here Coach Taylor,
with the towel draped over his shoulder, gives the young
stehltpa a little *"kul nraetice" --Starnrihntn


lctica sessions tu io n o eseao up2 wt U. n. -- wt -, I CI---..L


Sharks Get Ready for Jamboree '

ort St.' Joe's Sharks will be-Marianna and DeFuniak; season. We hope to be improv- varsity members.
in their football season a next will be Port St. Joe and ed this year." Taylor said the Junior high boys who want.
k early, Friday, Septem- Marianna; the third period Sharks have six seniors and 13 to get into the 7th and 8thI
1 in the annual jamboree will feature DeFuniak and juniors returning from last grade programs should con-
ne. The game this year will Blountstown; in the fourth year's squad. tact Gerald Lewter or Bill '
held in Blountstown and stanza, it will be Bristol and "Our boys are working hard Wood immediately.
involve teams from Port Port St. Joe and winding up and they have a good attitude. Season tickets will be oni
Joe, Marianna, DeFuniak play will be Blountstown and They appear to want to play", sale for all home football-
ings, Blountstown and Bristol. Taylor said. The team this games on the first day of:
A-. th oh.i.nk n ,o. tn.,, d f year will he made un nof 20 school.


DBristol.
Taking to the field first in
the five period exhibition will


AS tne oijar s get reay ytor
the jamboree, head football
coach Wayne Taylor has said
he is "optimistic about the


GARC to Canvass Area

for New Membership


Members of the Gulf County
Association for Retarded Citi-
zens will be canvassing neigh-
borhoods in Port St. Joe,
Wewahitchka, and Mexico
Beach on Thursday, August 24
from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.
to recruit new members. The
G.C.A.R.C. is a local chapter
of the Florida A.R.C. and the
National A.R.C..
The portion of membership
dues which remains in this
area is used to sponsor the
Annual Special Olympics, and


to provide local matching
funds for state and federal
grants which support the
Adult Activity Center operat-
ed by the G.C.A.R.C.
Community residents are
urged to become members
when called upon. If a
G.C.A.R.C. member does not
visit you, you may call
229-6327 for information, the
G.C.A.R.C. meets monthly at
7:00 p.m. on the first Thursday
in the Port St. Joe Public
Library.


OPENING


FLEA MARKET


" Friday, Gugust 25 -
-,li

" New and Used Clothing
- -
- Shoes Household Items

Pots, Pans, Silverware,

E= -Dishes =
SYou Name It You name it, we can get it E
-
-
5 Remember, What We, Don't Have Here, We Have In
: Blountstown. 5

" 1001 W. wy.98-
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== (Across from Duren's Store)
- OPEN MONDAY SATURDAY 9:30 A.M. 7 P.M.

| Call 227-1228 -
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- Vote For and Elect -

DOUGLAS C.


BIRMINGHAM

County Commissioner,
District Two
-Experienced Aggressive
Dependable
B. S. degree in Business Administration and
History, Troy State University
Helped organize & served 3 years as Presi-
dent of Wewahitchka Little Major League.
Member Wewahitchka Volunteer Fire Dept.
Member & Past President of Wewahitchka
Rotary Club
Served 3 years as Chairman, Wewahitchka
March of Dimes (increased record of collec-
tions each year)
Served 3 years on Wewahitchka City Commis-
sion, maintaining one of the lowest ad
valorem tax structures in the State.


Robert M. (Bob)


MOORE



County Court Judge



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PLATFORM POINTS

Gulf County parents and children need an
available, resident, qualified Juvenile Judge.
Gulf County citizens need an available,
resident, qualified Circuit Judge to handle
Mental Health and Alcoholism problems.
Circuit Court services should be provided
to Gulf County without extra cost.


Watch for Further Points


-ELECT-
"Full Service" Judge
L Pd. Pol. Adv. by Robert M. Moore, Camp. Treas.


Two Accidents At


Indian Pass Sun.


Two automobile accidents
occurred within, a mile and
within 30 minutes of each'
other Sunday afternoon near
Indian Pass.
The first crash happened at
2:00 p.m., in front of McNeill's
store on County Road 30.
The accident resulted when
a 1972 Buick, driven by James
Westbrook of Lilburn, Ga.,
pulled out of C-30B and failed.
to yield right of way at the stop
sign. His machine struck a
1978 Oldsmobile, driven by
Mattie Crain of Nashville,
Tenn.
The Crain vehicle was tra-
velling east on C-30 when it
was struck on the right side.
Her car sustained approxi-
mately $2,500 in damages and
the Westbrook vehicle receiv-
ed an estimated $500 in dam-
ages. Westbrook was charged-
with failure to yield the right
of way at a stop sign.
The accident was investi-
gated by Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper Herschel Hill.
The other accident happen-
ed at 3:20 p.m., on C-30B. A
1978 Ford pick-up, driven by


Catherine Ham of Apalachic-
cola was backing out of a
drive, when a 1975 Oldsmobile,
pulling a camper, driven by
William Clenton Jones passed
by on C-30B. '
The Ham vehicle backed
onto the highway, hitting the
camper on the side. The
camper received an estimated
$600 in damages and the Ham
vehicle was damaged approx-
imately $250.
Ham was charged with im-
proper backing by Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper B13ill
Godwin, who investigated the
mishap.


AM


I am self-employed (Gulf Track
Service) and know the meaning
of tax dollars and what good busi-
ness management means. I'm.
married to the former Rebecca
Ann Prescott and have a son,
Matthew, five.
I will appreciate your vote and
support in the Tuesday, Sept. 12
Primary.


mPd. P. Adv. by Douglas C. Birmngham, Camp. Treas.


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Ice Fishing Tackle Produce
Groceries Cold Drinks

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FLORIDA BOY
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This auto was one of four involved in two accidents at Indian Pass Sunday afternoon.


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PAGE -TEN


THE STAR PortSt. Joe.-Fi. THUORDAY. AUGUST 14, 1978


Gunter


Expert

James. A. Gunter, joined and Driving, Adult Programs,
some 500 driver education Special Education Students,
teachers from across the na-' and the Physically Disabled,
tion for the 22nd Annual as well as many others.
Conference of the American The traffic safety profes-
Driver and Traffic Safety sionaly were urged by
Education Associatidn, in ADTSEA President Allan Caf-,
Seattle, August 13-17. These ferty to show that- quality
traffic safety experts repre- driver education programs,
sent the 50,000 driver educa- taught by dedicated profes-
tion teachers across the.coun- sional deserve the support of
try. legislatures; working with thi
With the theme, "Doing many public and private or-
Things Together," the Annual ganizations toward the goal of
Conference offers members achieving safer roads will
choices among program ses- bring the best results.
sions and workshops featuring Immediately prior to the
about 30 speakers from gov- Conference, ADTSEA spon-
ernment, business, research, scored four workshops. Topics
and education. Exhibits intro- included Alcohol Education
duce educational materials, and Traffic Safety, ,Energy
new products, and services to Conservation and'Driver Edu-
driver educators. cation, The Human Side of
the Conference addresses DIriving, and Parent Involve-
issues which are effecting ment in Driver Education.
basic concepts in traffic safe- Established in 1957, The
ty, such as Accident Avoid- American Driver and Traffic
dance Training, Expectations Safety Education Association
from Research in Progress,, works toward accident pre-
Pedestrian Safety Programs, vention by means of .improv-
The Role of Emotions in ing and extending driver edu-
Driving, Parent Involvement, cation and specifically related
Promoting Positive Attitudes activities 'in safety education
Among Youth About Drinking in schools and colleges.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON SCHOOLBUDGET
SUMMARY OF 1978-79 GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
BUDGET AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING THEREON
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.081, Florida
Statutes, the Gulf County School Board, by action approved
at its meeting on August 14th, 1978, adopted a tentative 1978-
79 Gulf County School Board Budget, a summary of which
budget is hereinafter set forth. The proposed ad valorem tax
. millage levies are 8.00 for the Operating Budget and .908 for
Debt Service.
The.Gulf County School Board shall meet on August 24,
1978 at 5:30 P.M., EDST at the School Board Meeting Room,
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, for the
purpose of a public hearing concerning the aforesaid tenta-
tively adopted budget.
SUMMARY OF TENTATIVE BUDGET OPERATING
1. BUDGET FOR SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF
SCHOOLS:
A. Balance on hand beginning of year:
1. Cash .............. ................ $ 101,371.93
B. Receipts, State and Federal ........... 2,557,723.15
Local Funds ............................. 872,300.00
Other Sources ........................ 57,456.25
TOTAL'RECEIPTS AND BALANCES .... $3,588,51.33
C. Proposed Expenditures:
1. Instructional Services ............. $1,984,721.36
2. Instructional Media .................. 200,520.33
3. GeneralAdministration .... ........ 155,550.00
4. School Administration ............... 383,036.75
5. Fiscal Services ................... 101,387.75
6. Transportation ..................... 176,178.00
7. Operation Services ................. 295,088.50
8. Maintenance Services .............. 128,503.00
9. Community Services ............... 12,000.00
TOTAL INSTRUCTION & SUPPORT
SERVICES ......... .............. 3,436,985.69
OUTGOING TRANSFERS ........... 80,667.44
RESERVES .......................... 71,218.20
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS
AND BALANCES .......................... $3,588,871.33
2. BUDGET FOR DEBT SERVICE:
A. Cash Balances ........................ $ 214,321.08
B. Receipts:
State Sources ......................... 265,885.20
Local Sources .......................... 97,815.00
Incoming Transfers ................... 60,667.14
TOTAL RECEIPTS ..... .............. 424,367.34
TOTAL RECEIPTS, TRANSFERS AND -
BALANCES ............................. $ 638,688.42
C. Proposed Expenditures:
Debt Service ........................... $ 376,103.09
Outgoing Transfers ...................... 48,056.25
Balances .............................. 214,529.08
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS
AND BALANCES :....................... $ 638,688.42
3. BUDGET FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT:
A. Balances .............................. $ 208,706.07
B. 1. Anticipated Receipts, State .......... 217,987.65
2. Reserve for Incumbrances ........... 32,847.06
TOTAL RECEIPTS, TRANSFERS AND
BALANCES ......................... $ 459,540.78
C. Proposed Expenditures
1. Total Capital Outlay ................. $ 193,627.11
2. Balance ........................... 265,913.67
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS
ANDBALANCES ,...... ............... $ 459,540.78


BUDGET FOR SPECIAL REVENUE &
LUNCHROOM
, A. Balance .............. ................. $
B. 1. Anticipated Receipts State Federal .
2. Local Sources ...........................
TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ......
C. Proposed Expenditures
TOTAL-LUNCHROOM ............... $
Federal ............................
-Reserves .......... ...........
Total Expenditures ................. $


13,586.13
389,031.93
130,500.00
533,118.06 -

365,945.50
164,171.93
3,000.63
533,118.06


TOTAL MILLAGE TO BE LEVIED ON THE 1978 ASSESS-
MENT ROLL TO PRODUCE NECESSARY REVENUE FOR
THOSE BUDGETS FOR THE ENSUING FISCAL YEAR
ARE:
A. District Operating 8.00
B. Debt Service Budget... .908
TOTAL ............. 8.908
Complete details of each separate part of the school
budget summarized above are on file and are available for
public inspection at the Office of the County Superintendent
of Schools at the County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, and will be
available for such public hearing together with all supporting
statements and information. All interested persons are
cordially invited to participate in this public hearing and
discuss the School Program and budget for this county for the
ensuing year.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: B. Walter Wilder, Superintendent


Monique Pierce Attends

TSU Band Clinic


Monique Pierce, Drum Ma-
jor of the Port St. Joe High
School was one of 1100 band
members of Troy State Uni-
versity recently for the TSU's
summer "Sound of the South"
Band Camp and Band Direc-
.tors Clinic. The TSU Camp is


the largest music camp in
Alabama and is one of the
largest in the United States.
Camp Director was Dr. John
M. Long, Dean of the College
of Arts and Sciences and the
School of Fine Arts and Direc-
tor of Bands at Troy State.,


r------- -1 Thames Will Lead
Gulf County

School Lunch Legion Post 116
The American Legion Post E.C. Daniel; Vice Comn
116 of Port St. Joe held der, Jarrell B. Smith;
M installation ceremonies on Commander, E.L. Light
August 14 at their home on 3rd Vice Commander, Jame
M e n u s r Ave. Ms. Alice Andrews 2nd Tankersley; Chaplain,
District Commander was the man Stripling; Finance
S- installing officer. Officers in- cer, A.E. Daniell; Histoi
Monday, August 28 and milk. stalled are as follows: Leo Kennedy; Sargean
Hot dog, orange juice, Commander, Albert T. Arms, Thomas Turner;
French fries, jello and jcok- Thursday. August 31 Thames; Adjutant, Walter Service Officer, Fred
.Frenchfries, jellandcook- Chicken, rice with gravy, Kitchens; Vice Commander, Kleeb, Jr.
5iS, hUim anti milk-.


1es, un11 ianlll mx.
Tuesday, August 29
Fish with catsup, cabbage
slaw, baked beans, sliced
bread and milk.
Wednesday, August 30
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
green beans, tossed salad, roll


turnip greens, spiced beets,
cornbread and milk.
Friday, September 1
Hamburger, lettuce and to-
mato, French fries, orange
juice, bun and milk.
Menus are subject to change
due to availability of food.


Pridgeon Heads Up


Gunter Campaign


Harland Pridgeon of Port
St. Joe has been named Gulf
County Chairman for the re-
election campaign of State
Treasurer Insurance Commis-
sioner Bill Gunter.

Gunter is seeking reelection
to the post which he won in
1976 with 1.8 million votes, the
most ever received by a
statewide candidate in Florida
history.


"I am gratified that Har-
land-will serve as my Gulf
County Chairman for our cam-
paign," said Gunter. He is a
fine individual well-known and
respected in this area. His
knowledge and experience
will be an invaluable asset to
our efforts."
Pridgeon is a tax collector
and will be responsible for
coordinating campaign activi-
ties for Gunter in Gulf County.


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Jerome Cartier,
Minister of Music


QUALIFIED


man-
Vice
foot;
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CONCERNED


Vote For and Elect -


W. C. ROBINSON

County Commissioner District 2
Your Vote and Support will be Appreciated


EFFECTIVE


HONEST


PAID POL. ADV. PAID FOR BY W. C. ROBINSON


ELECT -

JAMES L. "TANK"

TANKERSLEY

Your County Commissioner
District Four

Honest Dependable
A Vote for Better Government
Paid for by Campaign Treasurer


District II Commander' An-
drews and District II Presi-
dent Maddox travelled to Port
St. Joe on Tuesday evening,
August 15 to install the officers


Public

Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
U. S. LIFE CREDIT CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
LEIGH J. SMITH and SHARON SMITH,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
'TO: LEIGH"J. SMITH and SHARON
SMITH'
921 West Berry Street
Hobbs, New Mexico 88240
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Cor.
plaint has been filed in the above styled
Court and you are commanded to serve a
copy of your written defenses, If any, on
FRED N. WITTEN, Plaintiff's Attorney,
whose address is 303 4th Street, Port St.
Joe, Florida and. whose post office
address is P. 0. Box 447, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456, on or before September 4,
1978, and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default may be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
the Court at Port St. Joe, Gulf County.
Florida, this 1st day of August, 1978.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
Gulf County,. Florida
By: Margaret Core, Deputy Clerk.
4t 8-3

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
JULIA 0. CREECH
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the Estate of Julia
0. Creech, deceased, File Number 78-21
is pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf
County, Floridai Probate Division, the
address of which is P.O. Box 968, Port St.
Joe, Florida. The Personal Representa-
tive of the Estate of Julia 0. Creech,
whose address Is 4630 Trade Winds
Drive, Pensacola, Florida 32504, is
Patrick T. Cobb and the name and
address of the Personal Representa-
tive's Attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the Estate are required, WITH-
IN THREE MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file with the Clerk
of the above Court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and must
indicate the basis of the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or his agent
or attorney, and the amount claimed. If
the claim is not yet due, the date when it
will become due shall be started. If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
natureof the uncertainty shall be stated.
If the claim Is secured, the security shall
be described. The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to the Clerk
to enable the Cterk to mail one copy to
each Personal Representative.
All persons interested in the Estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of Adminis.'
tration has been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenges the
validity: of the Descendant's Will, the
qualifications of the Personal Represen-
tative, or the venue or jurisdiction of the
Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: August 10,
1978.
PATRICK T. COBB
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of Julia 0. Creech.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL RE-
PRESENTATIVE
WILLIAM J. RISH
RISH & WITTEN, P.A.
303 4th Street
Port St: Joe, Florida 32456
904-229-8211 4t 8-10


of the Jackson-Driesbach
American Legion Post 211 and
unit. Fred Kleeb, Gulf County
Veterans Service officer was
in attendance to greet 'the
newly elected officers.
The following legionaires
were installed:
Post Commander, L.C.
Clark.; Vice Commander, Sam
Bryant; Second Vice Com-
mander, George L. Thomas;
Adjutant, David J. Lewis;
Treasurer, Damon P. Peters,
Jr.; Service Officer, George
Bryant; Sargeant at Arms,
Oscar Jones; and Chaplain,
Jason Lewis.
The following Auxiliar.y
members were installed: .
President, Helen Hamllton;
Vice President and Treasurer,
Edith Clark; Secretary, Jean
Peters; Assistant Secretary,
Lula McNeil; Historian, Ossie
Williams; Chaplain, Marie
Manning; Sargeant at Arms,
Evelyn Underwood; and As-
sistant Sargeant at Arms,
Thelma Lewis.


Deadly
Johnny Stansel killed this
huge rattler, which mea-
sured five and a half feet
long, on Thursday after-
noon, August 10. Johnny
said he killed the snake on
the St. Joseph Park road on
the Peninsula. The snake
was shedding and had lost
its rattles. It was still
ferocious-looking enough to
scare the wits of a person.
-Star photo


HIGHLAND VIEW


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Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

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