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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: October 12, 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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FORTY-SECOND YEAR, NUMBER 6


IE STA
Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1978


S Ambulance Service EMT's
tend to the injuries of Richard
Taylor after excle accident.
In j"- uredn a""
I j r d-Star photo

Two Panama City youths were .
injured late Monday afternoon, when
their motorcycle developed a flat tire,
skidded out of control and flipped over
about four miles west of Port St. Joe on
Highway 98. .
The two youths were both riding on B '
the same vehicle along with a group of "
four other cyclists when the accident
occurred.
Richard Taylor, age 18, of Panama
City, driver of the vehicle, was more
seriously injured, suffering severe cuts
and abrasions about the face and both
hands. The passenger on the machine,
Mike Sloan, received injuries of the right
hand in the mishap.
According to Sloan. the pair was
riding along about 40 miles per hour
when their tire went flat. "I felt the cycle
begin to lay over", he said, "and I put .
down my foot to keep it from tipping '
Sloan said when his foot hit the ground, '-
he was flipped off the cycle and it then :'.
dipped over. with Taylor still on board
Sloan said the pair had noticed the
tire was slack when they came through
Port St. Joe. He said they stopped to air
the tire up, but apparently it had a slow
leak, which caused it to go flat later. ..
Taylor, a service dependent. \%as :
taken to Tyndall Air Force Base Hospital i-".
by Gulf County Volunteer Ambulance .. "
Squad for treatment. "' ':


Plans Drawn for

Museum Expansion


Representative Billy Joe
Rish of Port St. Joe said
this week that preliminary
plans have been driwn for
the expansion of the Consti-
tution Museum in Port St.
Joe.
The expansion will be
approximately 900 square
feet and will hold figurines
depicting the signing of
Florida's first constitution.


Representative Rish ob-
tained an $80,000 approp-
riation last, )oar, to make
this long sought-after ad-
dition a reality. The local
historical society and nu-
merous other individuals
and groups have supported.
and pushed for this expan-
sion for many .ears.
Rish said, "Without the
cooperative efforts of


Students to


Take Tests
The "Flqrida Statewide As-
sessment ixam" for 8th and
llth graders will be given
Wednesday Oct. 11th and
Thursday, Oct. IGth. The Ia-' "
sic Skills portion of the exam
will be administered on Wed-.
nesday, and the Functional
Literacy portion will be admi-
nistered on Thursday.
The guidance department .
and administration of Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School urge ,
all 8th and Ilth graders to be


The first constitution of many, we would not have present on these days. This
the state was signed here in been successful with this' exam has direct relationship
Port St. Joe in 1837. project." to: promotion and graduation
requirements.


FBI Fugitive Apprehended


by Gulf Sheriff's Deputies


According to Sheriff Ken Murphy, James
Donald Radack, F.B.I. fugitive was appre-
hended late Friday night by members of the
Gulf County Sheriff's Dept. and Sheriff's
Aux., assisted by the Mexico Beach Police
Dept.
4., Radack had been living in this area for the
* past several months, using the name James
Brooks. Radack was picked up for auto theft
by the Port St. Joe Police Dept. on August 4th
of this year. The person owning the car would
not press charges and Radack was released.
., However, his fingerprints were sent to the
F.B.I. in Washington, D.C. sheriff Murphy
said. They determined his real'name and
that.he was an escaped prisoner. Radack was
captured without resistance at a local beach
cottage on Beacon Hill, where he was hiding
in the closet.
Radack is wanted by other agencies for
auto theft in addition to being an escaped
prisoner.
Also Sheriff Murphy said, .his capture
brought about charges of felony possession of


marijuana on Radack and 29 year old Donna
Jean Williams of Beacon Hill. During the
capture approximately one pound of mari-
juana was seized. Ms. Williams was released
on her own recognizance and Radack is being
held in the Gulf County jail.
',Sheriff Murphy also reported that early
Friday morning, Mark Devon Floyd, age 25 of
Howards Creek, -was arrested, following a
disturbance in Howards Creek, for aggrava-
ted assault on a police officer and resisting
arrest with violence.
Floyd was booked in the Gulf County jail,
and bond was set at $4,000.00 by Judge David
L. Taunton. Floyd posted bond and was
released.
Deputy James Mock recovered a 1974 Olds
Cutlass, stolen Friday in Apalachicola,
according to Sheriff Murphy. The auto was
recovered by Deputy Mock, near-St. Joseph
State Park, stuck in the sand. The vehicle was
towed to the Gulf County jail and processed
for prints. "We have no suspects at this-
time," Sheriff Murphy said.


Wins Tapper


Precinct Voting Follows Winning Pattern


PRECINCT ......


GOVERNOR
Graham-Mixson .....
Shevin-Glisson.......

SECRETARY OF STATE
Beverly Dozier .....
George Firestone ...

ATTORNEY GENERAL
Alan Becker .........
Jim Smith ...........

U. S. HOUSE
Curtis Golden .......
Earl Hutto .............

COUNTY COMMISSION
Group Four
Walter Graham ......
James Tankersley .:..


215 ... 164 .. 128 40 ... 147 ... 116 ...
240 ... 149 ... 56 .. 25 ... 77 ... 47 ..


354 .. 231... 148... 50. ..178... 140... 122... 281... 237...
86 ... 81 ... 36 ... 12 ... 27 ... 15 ... 75 ... 206 ... 34 ...


324 ... 421 ... 2,486
57 ... 68 ... 697


....... 157 ... 94 ... 65 ... 23 ... 62 ... 53 ... 96 .. 234 ... 94 ... 132 ... 180 ... 1,190
.... 228 ... 141 ... 90 ... 37 ... 128... 83 .. 96 .. 182 ... 166... 229 ... 274 ... 1,654


.... .. 142 ... 79..' 67 ... 28 ... 56 .... 45... 64 ... 201 ... 71 ... 79 ... 122 ... 954
....... 266 ... 174 ... 90 ... 30 ... 129 ... 98 ... 124 ... 202 ... 195 .. 280 ... 334 ... 1,922


. 166 .... 77 .. 39... 14 ... :32 ... 24 ... 44 ... 132 ... 51 ... 66 ... 106 ... 701
....... 349 ... 242... 148".. 50... 192... 137 ... 163... 368 ... 237 326 .. .407 ... 2,619


91 ... 212 .. 104 ... 153 ... 213 ... 1,583
115 ... 283 ... 183 ... 240 ... 289 ... 1,711


Tab Figured On Oak Grove


W&S System
Steve Nations of Florida signers of the Oak Grove
Engineering Associates, de- Water and Sewer system gave
the County Commission a final
cost of the newly installed
system Tuesday morning.
Reporting at the regular
meeting of the Board, Nations
said his final tally has the
system costing a total of
.. ,, $230,930.80. The County had
...." A. $260,000 in grants and loans
AA. : 4 ... from Farmers' Home Admin-
istration to pay for the project.
Nations said that he and
project inspector, E. F. Gunn
were satisfied with the instal-
lation and had given their final
.approval of the job and said
the project is almost ready for
'- .a final inspection by FHA.
... "All that remains to be
done", Nations said, "is for
the paving contractor to com-
plete paving repairs and for
the construction site t6 be
cleaned up. He said he, had
4 ^ been in contact with the
"' -" paving company making the
repairs and informed them
?: ^ ; *:""--:,'. that some of the repairs were
S." -'. unacceptable and would have
to be done over again. Nations
tournament said the paver would start
Work on the replacement work
ht of t, a...nu l e,. Monday of next week.


Tapper Invitational golf tournament held at the St. Joseph
Bay Country dub, helps Ed Chancey of Panama City don the
winner's jacket Sunday afternoon as the tournament ended.
Chancey led the Championship flight to win the bright red
blazer presented the champion each year. -Star photo


Contract Let for Paving

71 North of Wewahitchka


Representative Billy Joe
Rish of Port St. Joe an-
nounced this week that'
another segment of High-
way 71 was let for paving
during the August contract
bidding of the Department
of Transportation.
The segment being let for
resurfacing is from First
Street in Wewahitchka to
the Calhoun County line.
Rish said, "Our main


project right now is to
advance the priority of the
remaining section from Cy-
press Creek to Wewahitch-
ka". He said, "We are
going to stay on top of this
one until we get it approved
for paving also."


Nations reported the initial
project had been bid at $228,-
117. Four change orders had
increased the final cost by the
extra $2,000.
BOARD STRAINS
The County Board strained
at the project of purchasing a
new bulldozer for the Mosqui-
to Control Department and in'
the end, threw up their hands
and called for bids again.
The Board received four
bids from their initial call for
prices, but the complexities of
the bidding request made
.arriving at the final cost of the
new machine almost like
working a jig-saw puzzle.
The Board had asked for


- $230,930


prices on the machine with
options to trade in four old
pieces of equipment and pay-
ing for the new machine over a
two year period.
It was discovered and noted
by financial officer Jerry
Gates that the contracts called
for no down payment and the
two payments deferred over a
two year period. "That'll cost
a whale of a.lot of interest",


matter.
Commissioner Leo Kennedy
wanted to expand the duties of
the, Veterans Service officer,
Fred Kleeb, to include inves-
tigation into claims by hospi-
tal patients that they were
indigents. Kennedy also sug-
gested expanding Kleeb's du-
ties even further and make
him the county purchasing
agent, giving him a secretary


Board strains over tractor

purchase, defining "Indigent"


.Gates said, "especially when
we have funds we can borrow
from to possibly pay cash for
the machine and save lot of
money.""
The Board tried to arrive at
the cash price of the machines
bid by subtracting the interest
charged, but one firm had
given an option of a cash price
which was considerably lower
than his time price. He object-
ed.
This caused the Commission
to call for new bids asking for
a cash price, a trade-in of the
old machines and a time
purchase price, making the
first payment on delivery.
Everybody still wasn't hap-
py, but that's the way the
matter ended.
WHAT'S AN INDIGENT
The County has received a
Letter from Bay Memorial
Hospital, asking if a certain
patient from Gulf County in
the hospital is an indigent as
he claims. If the person is an
indigent, new law says the
County is responsible for sqme
payment of his bill.
None of the Commissioners
knew the party involved and
were somewhat puzzled about
what they would do about the


to aid him in his, possible
expanded duties,
Kennedy's suggestion didn't
meet with very much enthus-
iasm among the Board mem-
bers and it all wound up with
Kennedy volunteering to in-
vestigate, himself, as to whe-
ther the, hospital patient who
started all the conversation,
was indeed indigent.
The Board agreed to consi-
der the matter at a later date
and come up with a set 6f":
guidelines as to just what
constitutes an indigent in Gulf
County.
WANTS GUIDELINES
Mrs. Doris Schott came
before the Board and asked
for the establishment of some.
set-back requirements for
buildings being constructed.
next to streets and roads in the:
county.
The Board recognized that-
Mrs.. Schott was informing;
them of a very valid problem:
and agreed to have the matter:
considered by the County
Planning Commission, which
is currently doing ground-
work for the coming county-
comprehensive plan which
will be done early next year.


Gulf Votes for Winners

James L. Tankersley Elected to Commission


Only 54 percent of Gulf County's
registered voters went to the polls in the
second primary election last Thursday to
cast their vote for a County Commission-
er, Congressional candidate, Governor,
Secretary of State and Attorney General.
County voters voted for winners in
each of the state and district races and
selected James L. "Tank" Tankersley as
their County Commissioner from District
Four, to replace incumbent Everett
"Skull" Owens, Jr., who is just complet-
V ing his first term in office.
(11A After all the absentee votes were
counteded, Tankersley squeaked by his
second primary opponent, Walter -M.
Graham, by a 1808 to 1648 margin.
Tankersley was making his first run for
public: office, while Graham, a past


veteran of several terms on the County
Board was seeking re-instatement to that
position after being defeated by Owens
four years ago.
Tankersley will assume his newly
won position at midnight, November 20.
He will be seated on the Commission at
the regular meeting on Tuesday, No-
vember 28.
OTHER RACES
In the other races, the county went
along with all but one of the counties in
the First Congressional District and
nominated Earl Hutto of Panama City "to
be the Democratic candidate to oppose
Republican Warren Briggs in the Novem-
ber 7 general election. Briggs is a
resident of Pensacola.
In Gulf County, Hutto polled a,


whopping margin of 2,741 to 742 for his
opponent, Curtis Golden.
Gulf County also overwhelmingly
approved of the Gubernatorial team of
Bob Graham and Wayne Mixson. Giving
the state's winning team a total of 2,617
Gulf County votes, he completely
swamped the state poll favorite Bob
Shevin who polled only 725 votes.
In the Attorney General race, Gulf
County approved of Tallahassee attorney
Jim Smith for that position, giving him
2,041 votes to 987 for Alan Becker of
Miami. Smith also won over the state.
For Secretary of State, the name of
George Firestone came up on the vote
count with 1,734 votes to 1,263 for Mrs.
Beverly Dozier of Tallahassee. Firestone
also won the Democratic nomination
state-wide.


Buzzett New Kiwanis President containing the month's business by out-going president Jim
Cox. Club Secretary and treasurer, Johnie McCurdy,
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club has installed a new slate of approves of the change of officers. Vice president, Gebrge
officers for the new club year this month. Gannon Buzzett, Duren, was not present when the picture was made.
pictured above, center, is given the president's folder ---Star photo


Absentee Votes Not Included
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Total


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PAGE TWO


- THE STAR, Port St. Joe Fla. THURSDAY. OCT. 12, 1978


Editorials...




S Minority Elects Our


Public Servants


We're sure the successful candi-
dates for election are truly elated at
the massive vote of confidence they
received from Gulf County voters
.- for their candidacy.
For instance, our newly elected
County Commissioner, James L.
Tankersley, was elected by a stupen-
dous 30 percent of the voters of Gulf
County. Out of approximately 6,300
electors, 1,800 cast votes in his favor.
F Although his last primary opponent
Walter Graham lost, and is probably
sad over the fact, he couldn't expect
to win election with only 25 percent
H of the, electors voting for him.
It should make us feel good that
41 percent of our voters approved of
our candidate for Congress. Forty
i percent voted for Hutto in a two man
' race. How do the other 60 percent
feel about him? We're sure he would
, like to know,
Our 6,300 registered voters al-
E lowed only 39 percent of their
number determine who would re-




SWould Weic

Mexico Beach. residents say
they would like to be a part of Gulf
County, divorcing themselves from
E. Bay County in the process.
- Or at -least, a goodly, vocal
n lumber of the residents at Mexico
rBeach say this. After a referendum
=in the beach community in Novem-
5|ber, we'll just see how many of their
' residents really want to make this
,=considerable change.
Before ,Mexico Beach could
-become a part of Gulf County, Gulf
.:County residents would have to
.approve their citizenship in our
"borders. We would think Gulf County
-would welcome the community with
--open arms. A third sizeable com-
Imunity in Gulf County would be
:welcome.
We can understand why Mexico
S-Beach desires. to align themselves
with Gulf County and we can see
-why Gulf County should be glad to
.have them as a part of the family.


ceive nomination for the post of
Governor of our state.
While the Governor and Con-
gressional candidates should be
proud of the plurality of the votes
cast which were cast in their favor,
we would think it would make them
feel a little uneasy that such a small
number of people in Gulf even
thought enough about their candi-
dacy or that of their opponent, even
to go vote.
With only one out of every two
,registered voters casting their ballot
last Thursday, Gulf County has
nothing to be proud of. If more of our
numbers don't show up at the polls in
November, we should do just as Job
did in the Bible. We can all go to the
garbage heap, rent our clothes from
our backs, don sack cloth and pour
ashes over our hears in remorse. We
would deserve it.
A minority of our people have
decided for the.majority in these
important decisions.


ome Beach

For practical purposes, Mexico
Beach must depend upon Gulf
County for most of its public
services. This is understandable,
because Mexico Beach is so far
removed from Bay County's center
of government, divided from that
headquarters by Tyndall Air Force
Base.
Mexico Beach residents already
come to Port St.:Joe and Gulf County
for their nitail service, tfiejr school-
attendance, medical treatment, li-
censes, fire protection and a great
deal of its law enforcement. In
services, Mexico Beach is closer tied
with Gulf County than they are with
Bay County.
This same move was attemptred
several years ago, to no avail. We
hope the residents of Mexico Beach
have better luck this time and
become a real part of Gulf County
and not just close neighbors.


-. f

,Kiwanians Oppose Proposition 9

By unanimous vote the Port ling) to be voted on in the ing into the State of Florida.
St. Joe Kiwanis Club passed a November election, and urge
resolution to publicly. oppose all citizens of Gulf County to This action was taken at our
*iProposition 9 (Casino Gamb- vote against this activity corn- meeting on October 10, 1978.


She loves me . she loves me not!




Casino No Answer to State FinancesSALLY


Dear Wesley:
On November 7, the people
of Gulf County and the State of
Florida will have an opportu-
nity to tell the proponents of
casino gambling in no uncer-
tain terms that we are not for
sale.
All of us should be concern-
ed about high taxes and
government spending. But ca-
sino gambling will not be the-
financial boon pro-casino
forces would have us to be-
lieve it will be. Florida's
taxpayers already have a
much lower tax bill than
Nevada "with its wide open
gambling. Floridians pay only
$565.80 per person annually for
taxes while in Nevada the tax
'bill amounts to $814.26 per
person.
Even though Nevada's taxes
are significantly higher,
schools in that state received
only $1,491 per pupil annually'
while Florida's schools re-
ceived $1,619 per pupil. Yet
!pro-casino people have pro-
mised us untold millions of
dollars for education. Where
will it come from?
If, in fact, casino gambling
would bring large amounts of
money into the state, who
would get it? The promoters
and casino owners will get the
bulk of it and the little bit left
over will not come close to
paying the increased cost of.
controlling crime.
Casino gambling will reduce
our opportunities to bring new
job-producing industries to
Florida. The amount of money
available to influence our
political process will be unli-
mited.
Proposition 9 is one instance
where the vote of every citizen
of Gulf County does matter.
We are voting for our way of


Tides


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


High
Thursday 6:37 A
Friday 8:20 A
10:10 P
Saturday 10:51 A
9:39 P
Sunday 9:54.P
Monday 10:19 P
Wednesday 11:23P
Thursday


Catches Shark
Donny Guillot caught this big bull shark
: in the Gulf County Canal near Highland View
E last week, with the help of his pet bulldog.


:4


Donny isn't afraid to put his hand near the
shark's business end to show off his sharp
teeth, but the bulldog seems to still be still on
the alert, expecting anything from the shark.
The bulldog has the right idea where sharks
are concerned. -Star photo


Low
3:45 P
3:40 P
3;41A
2:57P
5:36 A
7:57 A
8:53 A
9:48 A


The population of the United
States in the year 1900 was
75,994,5751


LETTERS

... to the Editor
L- .4 -


life. Success by pro-casino
forces will change the way we
live,.
The rest of the country is
watching Florida closely.


Let's tell them that Florida's
image as a state with whole-
some, clean recreation is
priceless. Let's tell the hand-
ful of promoters who would


gain the most from casinos
that our state's image and our
way of life are more important
to us than any pie-in-the-sky
promises they may make.
Vote NO on Proposition 9.
Very truly .yours,
Fred N. Witten
Gulf County Chair-
man
Florida Baptists
Against Casino Gamb-'
ling


The willingness of
one person to- serve
another for the profit
of both is the essence
of freedom and
prosperity.


a


By: Wesley R. Ramsey


straight days. It made lunch hours come at
different times and last extra-ordinarily long
and just really disrupted regular schedules all
over.
This year, all of the games-, except the
Saturday afternoon game, will be played at
night.
The only problem this will cause is with the
wife and kids who think they have prior claim to
what's playing on World Series nights.
Though it should be so, all the networks are
not carrying the World Series to remove any
choice as to what the television watching public
watches. Only one network will carry the Series,
which will be the cause for numerous tiffs and
misunderstandings at home during this week. If
the World Series were given as much attention as
our President, all the networks would carry the
games simultaneously and the TV program
argument would be solved.
Those of us who plan to watch the Series
have a good arguing point. There isn't much else
worth watching on the tube anyhow.
I'm glad the games are being played at night
this year, so I can get more of an opportunity to
watch the-Dodgers. win this year.

WE HAD two surprises over the past week
end.
First, there was the almost run-away
election of Earl Hutto as our Democratic
nominee for, the U.S. Congress and the other was
the Graham-Mixson easy win over Bob Shevin
and Bob Glisson. Nobody expected Hutto to win
so easily and hardly anybody figured Graham
would win 'after the high-powered last-minute
campaign of Shevin.
I remember back before the first primary,
when Wayne Mixson, half of the Graham-Mixson
campaign team, was meeting with a small corps
of supporters here in Port St. Joe, he reminded
his audience that, although Shevin was far out
front in all of the polls, Governor Reubin Askew
had won election over almost equally insur-
mountable odds eight years prior. Mixson's
prognostications were to be well taken, it seems.
In the case of Hutto, it was felt that with a
small voter turn-out at this end of the
Congressional district, the heavily populated
Escambia County. area would make the election
a shoo-in for their home town boy, candidate
Curtis Golden.
As it turned out, Hutto even carried Golden's
home county of Escambia.
Again, earlier in the campaign, someone-
said, "The only reason we have elections is to
verify what the polls have said". In this case, it
was to prove them wrong.


A HEADLINE on page three of an area daily
paper the other day stated: "Poll: Doctors
Rarely Give Enough Advice."
I don't know which doctors this poll
contacted, but I can say that most doctors I have
ever visited with my problems always gave
freely of their advice. Most will always be good
for an occasional "'H-u-u-m-m", a "Urn-hum", or
even a "Humph! ". I even had one doctor one day
give me a "Good", a "Yes", and even a
"Pshaw", all in one visit.
How much advice could a fellow want?
Most of our local doctors will even write you
out a prescription, hand it to you and give you a
friendly, "Take these". That's advice. If they
hadn't told you to take the medicine they gave
you, you may waste away and die, never
knowing you could have lived had you only taken
the medicine. Without the explicit directions,
"Take these", you might go through life
wondering what in the world you have those little
round things for.
I always figured the doctors I go to say very
little to pay me back. Usually, when I go to see
them and they ask, "How are you?", I usually
reply, "Just fine!" Then they get me back for
making them have to go to the trouble to find out
how I am without me telling them.
I. don't go along with the article; I think
doctors give of their advice freely. Sometimes,
we don't really want to hear the advice the
doctor can give. Once, one gave me explicit
advice and I didn't appreciate it. I went in for a
hurting in the back, once several years ago, and
the doctor said, "I'm going to have to examine
your prostate gland. Just bend over and take a
deep breath, this may be a little uncomfortable."
I've never trusted a doctor's advice since I
climbed back down off the table where I had
jumped.

BASEBALL FANS, you have prevailed.
For years and years, the World Series have
been played in afternoon games. Those who
wished to watch the series were frustrated with
having to make up excuses for being unavailable
for a couple of hours in the afternoon for seven


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( VFW Officers Installed

' In October Meeting


Veterans qf Foreign Wars
Post No.' 10069, John C. Gain-
ous post meeting was held in
the Gulf County Library.
Following election of offi-
'cers for the year, the officers
were installed by Tom Glaze,
past state commander. He
was assisted by Commander
Cubs Going On
Nature Hike
Saturday, October 14, Cub.
Scout Pack 47 will take a
nature hike at T.H. Stone
Memorial State Park.
The Cubs will meet At the
Scout Hut at 1:00 p.m. with
their sack lunches. Drinks will
be furnished by the pack.
Transportation will beifur-,
nished by the pack, and return
to the Hut at 5:30.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1978


PAGE THREE


Volunteers to Conduct


Fund Drive for St. Jude's,


Merle T. Lowery and Stewart
Shaw, all of Panama City.
The following officers were
elected: CDR, Charles
Hughes; Sr. V. CDR, George
Coody; Jr. V.CDR, James
McGee, Jr.; Quarter Master,
Woodrow A. Jones; Chaplain,
Fred Kleeb; Surgeon, Lonnie,
Bell; 3 yr. Trustee, Henry
Cassani; 2 yr. Trustee, Don L.
Parker and 1 yr. Trustee,
David Young. Named by CDR
Hughes as appointed officers
were Fred Kleeb, Service
Officer, Adjutant Woodrow
,Jones, Rpnal] Bizck, Sgt. at
Arms,, a-n Henry Cassani,
MenmbersiPp Chairman.
The hektt meeting of the
Veteransi of Foreign Wars
Post o10b69 ivill be held No-
vember 7 at Butlers Restau-
rant.


Mrs. Rul
Gulf County.
years, retire


afternoon, after nine years at her position. In
R teures the photo above, B. Walter Wilder, left,
Superintendent of Schools, presents Mrs.
by' Sanders, fiscal agent for the Sanders with a plaque of appreciation
School Board for the past several presented to Mrs. Sanders by the School
d from her position last Tuesday Board. -Star photo


OBITUARIES


Sister of Charles Brock Passes Away


Florence M. Brock, 84, died
Sunday morning, Oct. 1, at
Pierremont Heritage Manor
Nursing Home in Shreveport,
La., after a long illness.
Survivors include one bro-


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their, Charles W. Brock of Port
St. Joe and two sisters, Mable
Hayden of Baker, Nevada and
Dorothy McCann of Shreve-
port, La.
Funeral services were held
on Monday, October 2, in the
Osborn Funeral Home Chapel.
With the Rev. Stanford Parnell
of the First Presbyterian
Church of Shreveport officiat-
.ing. Burial was at Forest Park

Mrs. Thevenin

Taken by Death
Mrs. Page Thevenin, 83,
passed away late last Satur-
day night at her home in
Wewahitchka following an ex-
tended illness.
Mrs. Thevenin was a native
of West Virginia and had been
a resident of Wewahitchka for
thepast 15 years.
Survivors include: one bro-
ther, Paul Farmer of Wewa-
hitchka, one sister, Mrs. Verre
Maithis of Austin, Texas, two
nieces, Mrs. Tweeta Gaskin of
Wewahitchka and Mrs. Gloria
Price of Austin, Texas.
At her request, no funeral
services will be held. Inter-
ment was in Jehu Cemetery of
Wewahitchka.
All arrangements were un-
der the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home.


Cemetery.
A native'of McLean, Illinois,
Miss Brock was a 70 year
resident of Shreveport and a
member of First Presbyterian
Church. A retired music
teacher, Miss Brock studied
music in Italy, France and
New York City. She perform-
ed at the Metropolitan Opera
Company of New York and
was soloist for the Kings
Highway Christian Church for
many years. She was also
soloist for the First Presbyter-
ian Church of Shreveport.
Miss Brock has visited from
time to time in Port St. Joe
and has many friends here.


Dr. Wayne Hendrix, cam-
paign chairman for the Gulf
County St. Jude Children's
Research Hospital, has. an-
nounced the names of key
volunteers for the drive which
will take place the week of
October 16-20.
Community chairmen are
as follows: St. Joe Beaches
and Beacon Hill Tracey
Pierce, Highland View Ruth
Hendrix, North Port St. Joe,
South Port St. Joe and Oak
Grove Louise Parker, Money
Bayou, Indian Pass and Jones
Homestead Jeanette Pres-
nell, White City Jeanette
Antley, Wewahitchka and Dal-


keith Ruby Gilbert, Business
and Professional Rex Buz-
zett.
"With volunteers like these"
said Dr. Hendrix, "our cam-
paign has to be a great
success."
Funds raised in this 1978
door to door march will go to
support St. Jude Children's
Research. Hospital in Mem-
phis, the largest childhood
cancer research institution in
the world. Cancer is second
only to accidents.as a killer of
children in this country. Once
a child is admitted to the
hospital, he receives total
medical card, including dental


work.
These regional chairman
will in turn be calling on
volunteers to assist, them in
the house to house campaign.
Danny Thomas badges will
identify each volunteer.
Money collected will help St.
Jude Children's Research
Hospital in its fight against
leukemia, Hodgkins Disease,
muscular disorder, and other
rare blood diseases. These
children will be treated com-
pletely free of charge. This is
a volunteer drive and all
mqnies received through this
drive will be sent directly., to
St. Jude's Hospital.


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Youth Service ............................ 5:00 P.M .
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THE STAR, PortSt. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 12. 1978


Teres Elizabeth Fairley and


* Ric.koey.Neil #RandallAre Wed


The marriage of Teresa
Elizabeth Fairiey and Rickey
Neil Randall was solemnized
September 16 at seven in the
evening in the First Baptist
Church of Moss Point, Miss.-
Dr. Van H. Hardin of Leakes-
ville, Miss. officiated the dou-
ble ring, candlelight cere-
mony. '
The bride is the daughter of'
Mr. and Mrs. P.B. -Fairley. of
Moss Point, Miss. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. G.W. Randall:of Pasqa-
goula, Miss.
Given in marriage by her,
father the bride wore a gown
of white organza over bridal
taffeta. The dress featured a
sheer yoke completed by a"
high collar and long fitted
sleeves of Chantilly lace. The
A-line skirt was encircled with
a- wide flounce. Her ruffled
cathedral train fell from. a
istle caught up with a satin
bow. The bride's elbow length
veil of illusion was attached to
a pearl encrusted lace. Juliet
cap. Her bouquet was a cas-.
eade of pink rosebuds ,and
snowflake mums .
- The bride's honor attendant
was her twin sister, Mrs. Roy
W. Morris, Jr. Bridesmaids
V ere Miss .Ginger Randall,.
sister of the groom, Miss
iaura Smith, -cousin of the
bride, Miss Karen Hester and
Miss Helen Bennett. They.
Wore gowns of robin's egg blue
organza with flounced flared
jirt. The V-neckline was
gmplimented by a large ruf-
fld collar which formed a
,kApelet. Each carried a long


stemmed pink rose nestled in
fern and baby's breath.
Roy W. Morris, Jr. served
as best man. Groomsmen and
ushers were Rodger Randall,
and Phillip Randall, brothers
of the groom, Roger Dunnamn
and Henry Turner all of
Pascagoula.
For her daughter's wedding
-Mrs. Fairley-chose a formal
gown of sea green chiffonette
with a V-neckline featuring a
sheer triangular cape and a
pleated sunburst skirt. The
bridegroom's mother selected
an A-line formal gown of
sandalwood beige With a
draped neckline, and cap
sleeves. Mrs. Wilbur L. Smith,
grandmother of the bride, was
attired in a formal length
gown pf, copen blue with
blouson .top and full length
sleeves.
Following the ceremony the
couple -was honored by the
bride's parents at a reception
in the Christian Life Center of
the church. Mrs. Tolbert Ben-
nett and Mrs. Daniel Hester
were in charge. Presiding at
the registry was Miss Deborah
Taylor. Serving at-the bride's
table were Mrs. Houston Mor-
ris,'sister of the groom, Miss
Angela Coch and Miss Rita
DeAngelo. Serving at the
groom's table were Mrs. W.W.'
Humphries, III and Miss Amy
Sherman. Misses Katie Whitt,
Susan. Taylor and Krista Mc-
Donald, niece of the groom,,
served as tea girls. Mrs. W.W.
Russum and Mrs. Jerry Whitt
were hostesses.
Out of town guests were


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Mr. and Mrs. Rickey Neil Randall


Mrs. Houston Morris and son,
.Wade of Monroe, La.; Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbur L. Smith, Jr. and
children, Laura and Ken of
Slidell, La.; Mrs. C.H, Hollo-
way of Chattahoochee; Mr.
and Mrs. Roy W. Morris, Sr.,
James Sterling Hines, Jr. of
Grand' Bay, Ala.; Mrs. Aaron
Lewis, Mr. and Mr,s Mike'
Elledge of Hernando, Miss.;
Mrs. Bon Webb, Mrs. Curtis
Davis, Heather Davis of Van-
cleave, Miss.; Mrs. Donald
Batia, Mr. and Mrs. Dwain


Webb of Ocean Springs, Miss.;
Pat Chaney of Starkville,
Miss.; and Dr. and Mrs. Van
H. Hardin of Leakesville,
Miss.
On the eve of the wedding
Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Randall
honored their son and his
fiancee at a rehearsal dinner
in the social hall of the
Lighthouse Baptist Church.
The couple chose this time to
present gifts to their attend-.
ants.


Presbyterians Have

Interim Minister


Rev.w Raymond G. Wicker-
sham of DeFuniak Springs,
began an Interim Ministry at
the Presbyterian Church on
October 1st. All members and
.friends,0of the church are
asked to actively support his
ministry in order that the
church can grow.
Rev. Wickersham is a grad-
uate of Union Seminary in
Richmond, Va. with a Mas-
ter's degree in Theology. He is
also a graduate of Washington
of Lee University and of
Harvard University with a
B.S. in Business Administra-
tion and a Masters degree in
Business Administration.
Services are .held each Sun-
day at 10:00 a.m. with Sunday
School following. Wickersham
also serves the church at
Wewahitchka. The minister is
in his study at the church,
which is located on 16th St.


each day, with the exception
of Monday, from 8:30 a.m. to
12 noon. Those who are not
members of any church and
Presbyterians-who have their
membership in other churches
are cordially invited to attend
and become members.


Jessica White


LocalDAR Members


Begin .N
The regular meeting of St.
Joseph Bay Chapter Daughter
of the American Revolution
will be held at the Garden
Center on Eight Street Wed-
nesday, October 18, at 12:00
noon. A delightful lunch will
be served by members of the
Garden Club, and hostesses
for the occasion, will be Mrs.
Thomas Owens, the Chapter's
new regent, Mrs. L.W. Wells,
and Mrs. Charles B. Smith.
The October meeting will be
the first to follow the summer
recess and will begin a new
year for the chapter. The
treasurer will be prepared to
accept dues at this time.
St. Joseph Bay Chapter has
adopted the national theme for
1978-79, "Building for Our
Future", and all the programs
for the new year have been

Pentecostal

Auxiliary

Met Mon.
The Womens Auxiliary of
the First Pentecostal Holiness
Church held their monthly
meeting the evening of Octo-
ber 9th. The meeting was
opened with prayer by Maxine
Money.
An interesting Bible study
- was given by Mrs. Annie Todd
on the books, Micah, Nahum,
and Habakkuh followed by a
devotion presented by Mrs.
Bonnie Parker.
Committee reports were
given, and several upcoming
projects were discussed.
There were fifteen ladies pre-
sent, one a new member by
transfer, which we were very
pleased to have with .us, our
new pastors wife, Mrs. Ernest
Barr. The meeting was closed
with prayer by Mrs. Katie
Atkins.

Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Brogdon
of Wewahitchka would like to
announce the birth of twins,
Brandon James and Brandi
Ellise, on Sept. 29th at Gulf
Coast Hospital.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmie James of Port
St. Joe, Mrs. Marguerite
Brogdon of Wewahitchka and
Boyd Brogdon of Panama
City.

Jessica White

Celebrates 1st
Jessica White celebrated
her first birthday October 3 at
her home with relatives and
friends. She is the daughter of
Ima Jean and Pete White.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. James A. White of St. Joe
Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Noah
D. Allen of Port St. Joe.


ew Year Wed.


built around this theme. The
first speaker will be Repre-
sentativ~e Wmin. J. Rish, and his
topic will be "Our State Con-'
stitution, Built for our Past,


Present, and Future".
The October luncheon meet-
ing promises to be interesting
and rewarding and all mem-
bers are urged to attend.


Class of 1959

Planning

All. members of the Class of
'59 of Port St. Joe High School
are invited to attend a reunion
planning meeting to be held
Tuesday, October 17 at 7:30
p.m. in the Florida Power
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( Witch at Library Story


*Hour Tomorrow at 3:30


Story hours presented by the Northwest
Regional Library System this month will
include a Halloween puppet show and a visit
from a witch.
This glamorous witch is cranking up her
Sbroom for a flying trip to the branch libraries
of the regional system. She will visit story
hour at Wewahitchka Library Thursday,
October 12 at 3:00 p.m.


On Friday, October 13, the witch will be a
guest at Port St. Joe Library's story hour.
(Friday the thirteenth is a red-letter day for
witches almost as good as Halloween, andt.
brings out their most scowling faces and most
cackling laughter, according to this interest-
ing witch.) Port St. Joe story hour at 3:30
p.m., will include the puppet show, also.
"Humbug Witch" is the title.


Garden Club Meeting

Today at Three P.M.


The Port St. Joe Garden
Club will hold its October
meeting this afternoon at
three p.m. The meeting will be
held in the Garden Center.
located on Eighth Street. Hos-
tesses for the afternoon will be
Helen Baldwin and Reva
Lane.
"How to Keep Your House-


plants Healthy During the
Winter Months" will be the
theme of the program, which
will be presented by Shirley
Ramsey. Also on display at
the meeting will be Christmas
decorations made from native
dried plantmaterials.
Members of the community
are invited to attend.


Historical Society Reports


On Museum and Wheels


The report by Jesse Stone
that preliminary plans for the
addition to the Constitutiop
Convention Museum would ,be
'y ready this week highlighted
i the St. Joseph Historical So-
ciety meeting last Saturday.
The completed project of
which Stone is chairman will
depict the signing of Florida's
first constitution in Constitu-
tion Hall of old St. Joseph.
Mrs. Ralph -Swatts, presi-
dent, presided at the meeting
held at the Corrine Costin
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Gibsori Ienorial Library.
In other business, Mrs. Wil-
liafn Howell reported on the
work don6 by her committee
-for the preparation of new
brochures for the Constitution
Convention Museum.
Pictures of Old St. Joseph
Cemetery before and after
restoration were shown by
Mrs. Charles Brown. She an-
nounced that Mrs. Jane Pat-
ton would be the speaker at
the Society's annual meeting,
Mrs. Swatts announced that


Faith Christian's

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Faith Christian School has
recently released their first
six weeks honor roll. Those
making the honor roll are:
ALL A's
Grade 1 Tyler Ford, Louis
Lindsey, Dorann McMullon,
John Parker, Mark Presnell,
Jeff Richards, trey Swatts,
Cody Thomas and Brad Thurs-
bay.
Grade 2 Ty Young.
Grade 3 Kathy Carrillo.
Grade 4 Pam Cotter, Lee
Parker and Robert Quarles.
A AND B
Grade 1 David Brown,
Cassie Craig, Ernest Gant,
Michael Harper, Michale Lol-
lie, Christi Lynn, Missy' Mc-
Leod, Shannon Parrish, Chris
Varnum, Catherine wood and
Aurelia Zimmerman.
Grade 2 Irene Amerson,
Kim Clayton, Dewanna David-
son, Stephapie. Gilley, Jerod
,jlcNabb and Laurel Raffield.
; Grade 3 Tonya Cartright,
Mickey Gainnie, Leslie Gra-
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the project of raising and
preserving a second set of old
locomotive wheels from St.
Joseph Bay should be com-
pleted this week.
Herman Jones discovered
this set, gave them to the,
society, and will be in charge
of raising them. The first set
stands in front of the local
museum.
Mrs.. Herman Dean, Mrs.
John Robert Smith and Jesse
Stone were appointed as the
nominating committee for
next year's officers.
Members were reminded of
the Florida Confederation of
Historical Societies meeting in
Largo, November 3 arid 4.
Mrs. Swatts urged members
to attend.

Presbvierians
Having Covered
Dish Supper Tonight
The First Presbyterian
Church will have a covered
dish sut)per Thursday, Octo-
ber 12, at 7:00 p.m.


Mrs. Dichysyn Honored
Mrs. Patrick Dichysyn, nee
Elizabeth Hunter, was honor- -
ed with a bridal calling shower St. Joseph B
on the evening of Septebmer
26. The affair was held at the
Mexico Beach Chamber of Membersh
Commerce building from 6:00
to 8:00 p.m. Membership opened
Many guests called during color or n
the appointed hours to visit --Co
with the honoree. She received DO N
many lovely gifts and best
wishes during the evening. Country Club Pro Shop
The hostesses presented the
honoree with a set of everyday
china as a moment of the
occasion. Special !
Hostesses were Mrs. Lyn
Ambrose, Mrs. James Guil-
ford, Mrs. Henry Hobson,
Mrs. Daryl Jones, Mrs. Char-
les Parker, Mrs. Norbert
Schweikert and Mrs. Joe Wha- .
ley.-0
Shown in the photo are
Libby and her mother, Mrs.
George Hunter of Mexico
Beach. Continuing
Fried Ch
"All men mean well."
George Bernard Shaw To Avoid Delay


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Mrs. Milton Anderson, left, and Mrs. John Miller, right,
took the first and second place honors in the ladies bridge
tournament held in conjunction with the George G. Tapper
Invitational at St. Joseph Bay Country Club, held over the
past week end. Mrs. Anderson placed first and Mrs. Miller
was second. -Star photo

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the ladies putting competition. -Star photo


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All students of the Gulf the student hasthe basic skills
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Sheteta NaCole Chambers
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and Darius Chambers, will
celebrate her first birthday
with a traditional party at the
home of her grandparents,-
Saturday, October 14.
She is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clennis Harvey"
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Has For Salte the following vehicles:


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* Payment must be cash or certified.
* Vehicle may be cranked and test driven
on Telephone Company property only.
O* Vehicles are sold as is, where is, first come,
first served basis.

Vehicles.may be seen at the Supply Complex,


Do It Yourself Clinic
On Heatilator Woodburning Fireplaces
Starts 10 A.M. Saturday, Oct. 21,1978
5400 E. Hwy 98 763-1739 Panama City, Florida


Motel St. Joe

Restaurant

Serving the Public every day

Breakfast Special
2 eggs, bacon 9C
and toast 9

Serving Dinner Mon.-Sat.
Open 6:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Monday thru Saturday

Open Sunday 6-11 AM


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'Dogs Bump Sharks




14-6 In First Half


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1978


Last Friday's game was
virtually a re-run of the pre-
viousweek's game against the
Wakulla War Eagles.
Friday night, the Marianna
Bulldogs scored twice in the
first half, then the Shark de-
fense shut them down cold.
The two touchdowns by the
: ogs were enough to win over
the Sharks, 14-6. .
The Bulldogs took the open-
ing kick-off and marched in 11
plays straight to the Shark
goal line where Ansel Coward
scooted around his left end
. .from the Shark 35 'to score.
Sixto Pineda kicked the first of
two extra point conversions to
make the score 7-0.
The Sharks couldn't move
the ball and had to give it back
to the Bulldogs. They held on
until the opening moments of
Sthe secofd.period, when Greg
McNealy ran over on a five
yard plunge, three plays into
the second quarter, for the
Dogs remaining points on the
S. scoreboard. .
It looked as if the Sharks
would bounce back, as their
defense began to jell and shut
the Dogs down.
Late in the second period,
the Sharks received a' break.
_:Three times in a row .on a,
':punt, the Sharks were called
.':for illegal procedure and were
:'penalized and forced to kick
-again. On the third punt
*attempt, Eric Speights fielded
the ball for the Bulldogs and
.fumbled. Kevin Watts and
:.Kenny Mason knocked the ball
S. -loose and recovered it for the
.. Sharks.
With 2:53 left in the half,
-'.Rick Taylor hit Kevin Watts
for a 14 yard gain Then


another pass went to Mike they stayed in their own. The


Cassani for 16 yards. Taylor
again went to the air to Chuck
Pollock for a 15 yard. gain to
put the Sharks on the Bulldog
four yard line. Taylor picked
up three through the line and
two plays later, Cassani
squirmed through the middle
to score for the Sharks. The
extra point try had the pass
from center fumbled and the
score stood at 14-6 as the
half-time whistle blew.
In the second half, the Shark
defenders stayed in the Dog
backfield about as much as


defensive effort held the po-
tent Bulldogs to only one first
down for the entire last half.
Defenders Vic Gilbert,
Chuck Stephens, Darrell
Brown and Joey Fontaine kept
the pressure on the quarter-
back and running backs, while
the tough line and safety
Dusty May, Mike Cassani,
Ronald Pickett, Blane Cox,
Tom Bouington, Woody Jones,
Kenny Mason *and Ronald
Minger shut down the Bulldog
running attack which was so
devastating in the first half.


Dusty May (31) makes. a
Leading the Shark defense
was Vic Gilbert with nine
takes and seven assists, ll
which earned him the designa-
tion as the Tallahassee Demo-
crat's "Defender of the Week" The Gu
selection. for Retar
Other defensive leaders annual bi
were Joey Fontaine with four elections
takes and six assists; Ronald elected
Pickett, three'tackles and six elected
assists and Dusty May, five Secretar
tackles and two assists. re
S THE YARDSTICK surer. The


First Downs
Punts,
Penalties
Fumbles
Yards Passing
Passes
Yards rushing


Mar
7
4-25
50
1
0
3-0-0
182


r PSJ
10
5-37
90
0
50
15-4-1
45


FRIDAY NIGHT
Tomorrow night, the Sharks
will be on the road to Chatta-


Taylor (10), Gilbert (60) dare Reiff (80) to catch ball.


Gators Whop Warriors


Win Fourth Game of Season, 24-18


The Wewa Gators came up,
with their football win in five
starts against 'the Aucilla
< Christian Warriors, 24-18, at
'Gator-field last Friday night.
S It was a satisfactory victory
for Coach BoBo Owens be-
cause Aucilla handed Wewa
- 'their first loss last year 7-0.
:. Senior running back Nate
'Dozier played a phenomenal
I" game, recking up 147 yards on
15 carries while scoring all
three Wewa touchdowns. The
*defense also had a good night
With linebackers Allen Nelson
and Duke Vann teaming up for
'31 tackles.
The two teams alternated in
'scoring with Wewa denting the
:scoring column, first. During
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their first possession. on fourth
and 'two, from Aucilla's 31,
Dozier was given the ball on a,
dive play and broke loose into
the secondary, rambling in for
the touchdown, Greg Mathes
added the conversion and
Wewa held an early 7-0 lead.
Aucilla wasted no time com-
ing back. On second, and 15,
'safety James Wright couldn't
prevent the Warrior receiver
from catching a long pass, but
he was able to run him down
preventing a touchdown. But,
the play netted Aucilla 69
yards and they scored anyway.
on the next play from Wewa's
nine. The, extra point kick
went wide left and the Gator's
lead,'7-6, was preserved.
Dozier took the ensuing
kickoff and accelerated for 61
yards before being brought
down on Aucilla's 24. Three
plays later, quarterback Tim
Pippin kept the ball and
scored, but a holding call
brought it back. So, it was left
up to Dozier again. From 22
yards out, he bulled through
enemy defenders and was
tackeled, but landed in the end
zone. A two point conversion
was missed, and Wewa held a
13-6 lead.
Wewa had the ball after
holding Aucilla and appeared
to .be driving again. Tim
Pippin threw toward Aucilla's
end zone and right into a
defender's arms. He took. ad-
vantage of several good blocks
and broke loose for 95 yards
and Aucilla's second T.D.
They missed the two point
conversion and Wewa held a
.slim 13-12 lead.
Wewa slipped in another
score right before the half
ended. During the entire ser-
ies of downs, Wewa's front line
opened gaping holes and Do-
zier and Wrightlost no time in


FIRST BAPTIST

CHURCH
Corner Third Streetand Balitzell Avenrue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth

SUNDAYSCHOOL ................. 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ......11:00 A.M.
CHURCHTRAINING ................. 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIPSERVICES..... 7:30P.M.
.PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:00 P.M.

"Come and Worship God withUs"


hitting them. On another dive
play, Dozier waltzed in from
eight yards out. Greg Mathes
went to Jimmy Strange for the
two point conversion to give
Wewa a 21-12 lead going into,
the locker room.
Wewa kicked off to open the
third quarter and Aucilla
seemed not to want to give up
the ball, holding it for eight
minutes and 44. seconds. On
the twelfth play of the drive,
Ken Joiner got Aucilla a first
down on Wewa's five. The
Gator's rugged defense
grudgingly gave up some real
estate having Aucilla with a
fourth down just short of the
goal line. On the play, it looked
as if the defense held, but the
referee signalled a touch-
down. After a missed two.
point conversion, Aucilla pul-
led to within three, 21-18.
About midway through the
fourth quarter, Wewa was
faced with a fourth and 16 on
Aucilla's 21. Although the
blocked kick was a very real
reality and the wind was
blowing the wrong way, Coach


Owens opted to sent` Greg
Mathes out to attempt a 40
yard field goal. After the kick .
split the uprights, Coach Lar-
ry Mathes was probably the
most surprised of all. Wewa
led 24-18.
The game was still not over.
All Aucilla needed was one
touchdown to tie with the
conversion being a go-ahead
point. But the Warriors did not
count on the awesome Gator
defense. The game, ended
without Aucilla coming near
the goal line.
This week, the Apalachicola
Sharks host the Wewa Gators
in an iritra-district game.
YARDSTICK


First downs

Rushes yards
Yards passing
Passes
Return yardage
Fumbles lost
Penalties yards
Punts average
Wewa-
Aucilla- .


Wewa
11
37-272
2
1-8-1
142
6-4
9-84
2-49
13 8 0
12 0 6


Auc.
10
14-128
81
8-24-1
5
2-1
4-40
3-30
3-24
0-18


President
Larry We
New b
large are
one-year
for a two


If County Association
'ded Citizens held its
business meeting and
on Monday, October
1 Stallworth was re-
as President; Rita
begins a new term as
y; Shirley Thomas
re-elected as Trea-
e newly elected Vice-
.t is the Reverend
ells.
oard members at'
Walter Wilder for a
term, and John Byrd'
-year term. Chester


hoochee, where they will meet
the Yellow Jackets in a confer-
ence game. Game time is 8:00
p.m.


Gant was re-elected to a continue in their service to the
two-year term. Members of G.C.A.R.C. are Robert Moore
the board of directors who will and Charles Bostick.


First United

Methodist Church I
Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
II
JOHNIE W.McCURDY, Minister

CHURCHSCHOOL..................... 9:45A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE ..... 11 A.M..& 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .. 6:00 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.


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4 old tires per tire and
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214 Monument Ave.


Phone 227-1291


PAGE SIX


big hole for Shark touchdown


nuel Stallworth Heads GCARC


Outdoor Fun


Starts Here! /

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and equip yourself for


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1978


Buying?-Trading?-Selling ?

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(J| n Emko2ic isindependently owned and operated.


E.B. MILLER >,,
PORT ST.JO
102 Woodward, quiet resi- 'New Lslting: Recondition-
dential neighborhood, 3 ed, much improved home. 2
bdrm,1 bath home on 2 lots, bdrms, liv. rm., din. rm.,
refrigerator, range, furnace bath,. utility rm, on 2 nice
& window a-c. lots, chain link fence back
_-- yard with storage building.
'2 excellent residential build- W000-
ing lots on .Westcott Circle.
Drive by and see these, then New Listing-Ideal home
give us a call. for lWe family. 4 bdrms,
2- 1th, do w4 lace,
Large, comfortable, older ddle % rane -ved
house on 2 lots. 4 bdrms, 2 drivtaS oje3 ft. in
baths, big den, liv. rm, din.: lir1g c[!f .at-air
rm, -new roof, 1201 Palm This 'imn as many extras
Blvd. Price reduced $5,00-- 816 Marvin Ave.
now $30,00 .
Brick home, 3 bdrms, large.
In quiet residential area. On rooms, nice corner lot, good
large landscaped lot. 3 location: Lots of extra fea-
* bdrms, 2 baths, kitchen w- tures.. 1912 Juniper.
dishwasher, disposal, oven-
range. Has cn. vacuum Older home on larger scorer
sys., inter-com, 320 ft. lot. 3 bdrm, 2 baths, living
sprinkler systemdeep well. lot. 3 bdrm, 2 baths, living
102 Yaupon. large kitche, den and
102Yaupon. big 'screen porch off den.

Excellent location at 1310 Owner has treated for ter-
ent a. a mites. 1101 Garrison Ave.
Monument Ave. Large cor-
ner lot 146x224' 3 bdrm.-
bath home, living rm w fire- 3 bdrm, living, dining, stor-
place, den, dining room, kit- age room (can be made into
chen w stove, refrigerator, nice den, utility room, nice
dishwasher. Double garage- neighborhood on 2 lots, 1017
nicely landscaped yard. Woodward.

Income duplex, 2 bdrm, 1
1313 Marvin Ave., fireplace bath, livm kitchen-dining
in roomy den, 3 bdrms, 3 comb. up & down. 228 7th
baths, carport, utility room, St. Bargain. $15,000.00.
in nice location, lots of ',
room, fenced- yard.
221 9th St., 2 bdrm, 1 bath,
105 Bellamy Circle, 3 bdrnmT complete w stove, refrig.,
1 bath, conc. block home, dishwasher, 2 window a-c's,
needs some work, painting,- curtains and carpets. New
a nide'livable hoffe ricel'-& panellihg,.few pllbinlbg,
in the 20's. screen porch.

BEACHES


Lovely beach home-liv. rm
w-fireplace, dining,, kitchen,
office, cabana room with
shower, 3 bdrms, 2 baths,
covered patio, central h&ac,
greenhouse area attached,
many extras. Circle Drive,
Mexico Beach, 25 percent
down, owner finances bal-,
ance.

Deluxe double-wide mobile
home on 2 lovely corner lots,
central h&ac, 3-bdrms, 2 full
baths, liv. rm, din. rm &
kitchen, plus family rm &
utility rm with washer, dry-
er, 12x30' concrete screen
porch, utility shed, plus
extras. Easy walk to Gulf.

Recently remodeled home;
4 bdrms, 2 baths on beauti-
ful lot 75 x 186. Two extra
lots available. All new sid-
ing, new roof, new alumi-
num windows, large double
carport, underground sprin-
kling connections front &
back yard.

Lots of room in this com-
fortable 3 bdrm, 1 bath
home with large spacious
den, lot beautifully land-
scaped. Pine St. 1 blocks
from U.S. 98.

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.

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

Five-plex currently rented,
near water on 40th St. Good
investment-

Duplex 2 bdrm, furnished,
Two blocks back from Gulf.
Mexico Beach. Good invest-
ment property. 3rd St.


St. Joe Beach 3: bdrm-den
home on two landscaped
lots 150x150, walking dis-
tance to Gulf, well insulated
needs painting and new
roof, priced in twenties.

Good location, good invest-
ment. First lot on Gulf St.,
St. Joe Beach. 2 bdrm-bath
house with sleeping porch
and carport on lot 75x112.
Presently rented.
Excellent buy in 2 bedroom
mobile home with screen
porch, completely furnish-
ed. Georgia Ave., Mexico
Beach. $14,000.

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

Recently remodeled duplex-
new well & septic tank being
installed, new wood under-
siding around building, new
front & back steps, 2 bdrm-
bath 1 bdrm-bath. This
duplex easily converted to
single family dwelling.
Good location, walking dis-
tance to beach. $24,500.

Looking for your dream
house? We have it! Beauti-
ful Spanish-style 3 bdrm., 3
bath home. Great room with
impressive fireplace. Swim-
ming pool and patio area
'enclbsd with privacy fence
off living 'area. Lovely en-
trance atlo.Lots of arches
and genuine- tile roof. Spac-
ious 2 car garage. .

Almost new stilt-house on
75' x 100' lot overlooking
Gulf. 2 bdrms, bath, big kit-
chen. 15th St., Mexico Beach

Partially finished 3 bdrm,
1% bath home, large living
rm, kitchen and family rm
combo. Garage & utility rm,
on 75' x 100' cleared lot.
$18,500 as is. Adjoining cor-
ner lot may be purchased
with home.


BEACH LOTS
Commercial lots. 90x190'
and 90x120' in business cen-
ter. Mexico Beach.

Large Commercial Lot. Hi-
way frontage 320 ft. on canal
Strategic corner. Good in-
vestment property.
INDIAN PASS
Almost new 3 bdrm, 2 bath
comfortable home with car-
port & laundry room.,On
State Hiway S30B. Conven-
ient, ready to move into,

Beautiful beach home in
Indian Pass on two lots-to-
tal 150x105', with income
apartment on lower level.
Well constructed with many
extra features. Work shop &
double garage. $46,500. Re-
duced.
WHITE CITY
House and 90x150'. lot just
off highway. 2 bdrm, one
bath, screen porch. Chain
link fence around yard.
:$8,000.

131' on Hwy. 71, 444' deep.
Nice 3 bdrm, 2 bath home.
Deep well & pump. Approx.
one and one-third acres.

Low down payment, you ar-
range own financing, seller
will take 2nd mortgage.
Brick home, 3 bdrm, 2 bath,
chain- link fence, laundry.
room.
WEWAHITCHKA
Reduced to $55,000. Almost
new brick home-1/ acres.
Over 3,500 sq. ft. of living
area. This one is two homes
ii' "one-3 bdrms,- 2' baths"
liv. rm, din. rm, kitchen and
den in main area and under
same roof a lovely apart-
ment w. liv. rm-din. rm, kit-
chen combination. Large
bath and dressing rm area.
Central heat and air, city
water.

DOUGLAS
LANDING
3 bdrm, 1 bath home, "A"
frame. A home for a family
with 2 or 3 children who de-
sire to live in this area even
if they work in St. Joe or
Wewa. $3,000 down pay-
ment, assume existing
mortgage, payments $86.00
a month. Why pay rent any
longer?

DALKIETH
5 acres with lovely 3 bdrm, 2
bath home, large country
kitchen, spacious den,- land
fenced and cross fenced, 2
storage sheds & cow pen,
swimming pool w-filter,
central gas heat.

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

ACREAGE
13 acres with 3 bdrm house.
Ideal setup for catfish farm-
ing. 2 large stocked ponds -
all equipment needed to
start. Several outbuildings
on property. $54,000.00.

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

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

MOBILE HOMES
Excellent double-wide Tif-
fany, partially furnished.
Buy equity and take over
payments.


Eldon B. Miller, Realtor Patty Miller, Associate

648-5011

1829 Hwy. 98 -- MEXICO BEACH-

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


2 BR, newly decorated, 2
lots, 520 3rd.St., $10,000. Phone
227-6217. 4tc 10-12

Two story frame house on
large lot in White City. LR,
DR, 4 bdrm, kitchen, den,
dinette, bath, screened front &
back porch. $18,500. 229-8479.
2tc 10-12

Lot on MonumentAve., lot 4,
block 98. Contact 648-5835 or
write Rt. 3, Box 4, Port St. Joe.
4tc 10-5

Two large corner lots for
sale at Ward Ridge. Call 229-
8092. 4tp 9-28
Two bedroom house, corner
lot & fireplace, $13,000. 1033
McClellan Ave. Call 229-6592.
4tp 9-21
3 bedroom frame house in
Oak Grove, locatedon lola St.,
price reasonable. Call 229-7222
days or 229-6300 nights:
tfc7-27


MISC.-F-U-AL


Two bedroom house, living
room, kitchen, separate din-
ing room, screened front
porch. Newly carpeted, cus-
tom made drapes in living
room and master bedroom,
central h&a-c. Call before 5
p.m. 229-6010 or evenings 229-
6927. 1410 Long Avenue.tfc 9-21

75' x115' zoned lot at Mexico
Beach. Phone 229-2763. tfc 8-25






1964 Olds F85, runs good,
$150;. 1964 VW sun-roof, for
parts, $75; GE portable dish-
washer, $25; GMC baby car
seat $10; baby swing; baby
walker; sofa bed cheap; cast
iron bath tub cheap; lavator-
ies, misc. items. 648-8958 or
648-5870. tfc 10-12

1975 Buick Regal, am-fm,
*i_ nfower steel-ring noew eng-


2 bedroom house at 520 3rd. ine, book price $3,700, asking
St., has recently been re- .$3,300. Phone 229-6979.
modeled. Two air condition- tfc 10-12
ers, fenced in yard, utility.
house. 229-6217. tfc 6-29


3 bedrooms, 1 bath, large
sewing room or den, very
good condition, FHA ap-
proved. $700.00 down plus
closing cost. To sell for
.$22,100.

3 bedrooms, 1 bath, living
kitchen with fireplace, liv-
ing room and den. C.B. con-
struction on 125x225' corner
lot. Only $34,900.
FRANK HANNON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
221Reid Ave. 227-1133
3tc 10-12


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Sears Catalog Sales
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue

CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Septic tanks cleaned out.
Phone 229-8227
tfc 12-22
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,
Early's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hwy 98 W. 227-1763

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


Wanted: Used uniforms for
Cub Scouts. Must be clean and
in good conditoin. Call 648-
8262.- It 10-12
DOVE HUNTING PRIVI-
LEGES, wanted for adult and
two boys, ages 12 & 14, Satur-
day, Sunday and holidays.
Season or weekend fee accept-
able. Call (904) 763-0651 col-
lect, M-F, 9-5.


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

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

BROCK PAVING CO.
Asphalt Driveways &
Parking Lots
Phones: Home 648-8212
Mobile YR5-4794
Thomas L. Brock, Owner
8tp 9-14

SAW FILING &
SHARPENING
112 1st St., Highland View
229-6552, W. C. Miles
Scissors, knives, etc.
8tp 8-17

LEWIS FLOOR CLEANING
All Types
r 2 29-6447
tfc 9-20
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


kills bugs for Going Fishing?
up to six months, Stop here first
and soves you about $100 year for a complete
in costly pest control services. line of
Use of Sprayer free with
purchaseof Rid-A-Bug Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT eidAvenue CO.| Hurlbut Supply

Port St Joe, Florida | 306 Reid Ave.


"CATHEY'S CORNER"
CARPORT SALE!! 20th St. at
Water Tower, Mexico Beach.
Saturday-9 til 2-Oct. 14th.
Come find yourself a bargain!

Moving, must sell:. 20x32'
houseboat with screened in
porch, new cypress decks,
aluminum siding, $2,500. 14'
tri-hull boat with 50 h.p. Mer-
cury, $1,200. Call 227-1270.
It 10-12

One pair 14-kt. gold pierced
earrings with 12 diamonds,
$125; one .14-kt. gold necklace,
9 diamonds, $50. 648-5332.

2-tone cabinets, set of
mechanics tools and extra
tools, like new, cost $1,000.
Will consider all reasonable
offers. 648-5302. It 10-12
Tri-hull fiberglass 25'x8'
houseboat with trailer and 115
h .p. Johnson and many
extras. All in excellent condi-
tion. Will sell with or without
motor. 229-6605. 2tp 10-5

Hammond spinet piano, like
new, original owner, $600. Will
,arrange delivery. Call 227-1512
after 6 p.m. tfc 10-5

Model 181 Skutt ceramic
kiln, like new. With automatic
cut-off, $250.00. Call 229-6010 or
229-6927. tfc 10-5

Irish Setter puppy, male, 9
weeks old, registered. Contact
O.M. Taylor at 648-5497.
tfc 9-28

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


Homes Built Rooms Added
Repairs;, Painting
Trailer Homes Set Up &
Repaired Lots Cleared
Root Raked Bush Hogged
Disc
MEXICO BEACH
648-8924
4tp 9-21

Land Clearing, Pond Building
General Excavating
229-8488 or 648-5901
4tc 9-28

Painting & Remodeling
Reasonable Rates
Free Estimates
Phone 648-5204
tfc 10-12


ALLEN'S CABINETS
328 7th Street
Highland View
Cabinets, furniture, vanities.
etc.
Call 229-6207
tfc 124

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



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
10tp 8-10


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


Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?




For Cable TV
InstallatioIn Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office


FOR STANLEY
PRODUCE
Call Betty Gi
648-5047


IHELP WA


HROME NOTICE
TSHOME HELP WANTED
gilbert Applications for a forest rang-
er and tower person. Apply
State Employment Office on
S7-15 401 Long Ave. 2tc 10-12


Jumbo bob white quail, live
or dressed. Call 227-1293.
tfc 9-21

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

1978 Honda Moped. Gets 120
mpg, ideal for around-town,
driving, to work, school, shop-
ping, etc. $300. Call Jean
Stebel at 227-1304 after 4 p.m.

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

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

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

Custom-made wooden name
plaques, for mail boxes, front
gates, door posts, etc. Econo-
my Motors & Garden Center,
301 Hwy. 98, HV, 229-6001.
New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tills
and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center. 301 Hwy. 98, HV.
229-6001. tfc 4-28

Cakes for any occasion.
Sewing and alterations on
almost anything. My prices
are reasonable and my cakes
.taste great!! Call 229-6154
after 5 weekdays, any time
weekends, tfc 8-17





VarTung

Paint

And 32 years of experience.
You will be sure to get the
paint you need and the color
you want at a good price.
THE TUNG OIL PAINT
Over 1400 Colors

Al Smith

229-8827
4t 9-28






THAMES HOTEL
Daily Weekly -
Monthly Rates
Air Conditioned
Television,
302 Reid Ave. 229-8723

For Rent: 1 two bedroom
house in Oak Grove; 2 & 3
bedroom houses at Beacon
Hill. 229-6961. tfc 10-5

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

1 bdrm. efficiency apart-
ment, all utilities included. Ski
Breeze Campsite. 229-6105.
tfc 8-31

2 bdrm. furnished apart-
ment, will be vacated Aug. 31.
Breeze Campsite. 229-6105.
tfc 8-31

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.
tf 3-16I
No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use
rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
227-1251. tfc 10-23


NOTICES

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.

Will demolish buildings: for
material. Phone 639-5859.
Woodie Busby, P. 0. Box 43,
Wewahitchka, Fla. 32465.:
tfc 9-28
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.






Enter the glamorous, excit-
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7612, for ext. 6.



Joggers


Gather


for Run

There will be a Track Club
organizational clinic and two
mile fun run held at Port St.
Joe High School on Sunday
afternoon, October 22nd at
4:00 p.m.
Jogging has indeed cap-
tured the heart, the lungs, and
the curiosity of America. No
-less an authority than the
widely quoted gallup poll re-
cently reported that at least 20
million adults 11 percent of
the population jogs regularly.
All indications are that the
crest of the running wave has
yet to peak. Runners are
everywhere. Everywhere
else, that is, except Port:St.
Joe and the surrounding
towns. True, we do have a few
dedicated joggers here, but ive
feel with a little motivation
there will be a lot more. The
purpose of this clinic is pre-
cisely that, to motivate people
to get involved in the exerciWes
of walking, jogging, and foi: a
few, road running.
Some of the items to be
discussed will be: the indivi-
dual's present physical condi-
tion, the need for a complete
physical examination, run-
ning gear primarily running
shoes, getting started if you're
a newcomer to running,
warm-up prior to running,
how much running is enough,
liquid intake before, during
and after running.
After the lecture portion of-
the clinic, there will be a
question and answer period
open to all present concerning
questions in general about
jogging and road racing aid
organizing a track club herfein
Port St. Joe. The only orga1-
ized track club for the geneital
public in this immediate area
is located in Tallahassee. :
Now, for the two-mile fiun
run. This run is strictly for the
fun of it and to introduce you
to running. No matter how
easy you go at it, running. is
still fairly strenuous exercise
but it's fun. Hope to see you'at
the clinic. If you have ques-
tion: prior to Oct. 22nd con-
cerning the tract club or road
race schedule for this area,
you may direct them to Perry
J: McFarland at 229-6153 after
5:00 p*" or 229-7226 between
8:00 anu o:00.


In one college track meet, Jesse Owens broke five world
records and tied a sixth-all in about one hour's time!


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PHARMACIST?

A ph Modt daily issb the sick
ad Injured bydp n to them
the mot advanced medicine in
the world. Through his product,
he eases the pain of tragedy, pro.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1978


tectsthe health of our community
and helps make life longer and
more comfortable. If you're unde-
cided about yar future, consider
a career In Pharmacy. Irs a field
of importance, responsibility, and
challenge...overflowingwith grati-
fying personal rewards.

YOi RECALL PHARMACY

BUZZ ETT'S
DRUGSTORE
Ph. 227-3371 317 Williams

Convenient Drive-in Window
Plenty of Free Parking


In the 47 nations where bowling is popular there are an
estimated 60 million bowlers!


Bluegrassers

Gathering

The Seventh Annual Florida
State Bluegrass Convention
will be held at the St. Lucie
County Fairgrounds, at Fort
Pierce on October 13, 14, and
15.
Featured artists during the
three-day event include The
Lewis Family, Jim & Jesse,
Pinnacle Boys, Shenandcah
Cut-Ups, East Coast Boys,
Uncle Josh, Orange Blossom
Bluegrass, Betty Fisher, The
Byrd Family, Bobby Hicks
and others.
Festival hours are 5:00 p.m.
til 12 Fri., Noon til 12:00 Sat.,
10:00 a.m. til 6:00 p.m. Sun-
day.


Winter League Bowling


On lanes one and two Raf-
fields took three games and
Telephone took one. For Raf-
fields Marion Deason bowled a
214 high game and a 487 high
series. Faye Capps led Tele-
phone with a 155 high game
and a 386 series.
On lanes three and four
Team 2 won three games and
the Cowgirls won one. Lila
Gibson bowled a 123 high
game and a 348 high series for'
Team 2. Jewel Burkett bowled
i a 114 high game and Lou
McDonnell bowled a 309 high
series for the- Cowgirls.
-On lanes five and six H.V.
Motors took two and a half
games and Pepsi Cola took
, one and a half. Bertha Clayton
was high bowler for H.V.
Motors with a 192 high game
, and a 489 high series. Kay
Katynsky bowled a 177 high,
game and a 454 high series for
Pepsi Cola.
On lanes seven and eight,
i Wonder Bar won three games
and the Surefoots won one.
Linda Whitfield was' high
- bowler for the Wonder Bar
'with a 162 high game and a 383
high series. Rhonda Gainous
was high bowler for the Sure-
foots with a 158 high game and


a 414 high series.
Standings
H.V. Motors
Pepsi Cola
Telephone-
Team 2
Raffields
Wonder Bar
Surefoots
Cowgirls


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On lanes one and t\
Motors won four game
Cow Girls. Lynn Lyles
177 game" and Faye
(sub.) had a 448 series f
Motors. Marguerite S
had a 156 game and
series for the Cow Gir
On lanes three an
Raffields won four
from the Wonder Bar.
Schultz had a 141 gam
349 series for Raffield
Givin had a 131 game a
series for Wonder Bai
On lanes'five and si
phone' Co. and Surefot
two games each. Cathy
had a 173 game and
series for the Telepho
Hanna Justice had a
Rhonda Gainous had
series for the Surefooi
On lanes seven and
Pepsi Cola took four


Public Noticee


PUBLIC HEARING "
The Gulf County School Board will
conduct a public hearing on Procedures
for Due Process on November 7, 1978,
11:00 A.M. in the Board Room, Gulf
County School Board Offices, Gulf
County Courthouse, Highway 71, Port St.
Joe, Florida.
Procedures for Due Process
Federal regulations (PL 94-142, EHA -
615 and 612 (5) (a), and Family
Education Rights and Privacy Act of
1974), State Statute (230.23 (4) (m) 4),
and State Board of Education Rule
6A-6.331 (4) (b), 6A-6.341 (5) provide
-specific procedural safeguards to Insure
that exceptional students and their
parents or guardians are guaranteed to
certain rights relevant to a free appro-
priate public education.
" A copy of this document is on file in the
Superintendent's office. 4t 10-12
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
'undersigned persons Intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf
:County, Florida, four weeks after the
first publication of this notice, the
fictitious name or trade name under
,which they will be engaged in business
and in which said business is to be.
carried on, to.wit:
.Cag Construction
607 Woodward Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
Charles Giddlens, owner 4tp 10-12
TALLAHASSEE,-FLORIDA
INVITATION TO BID FOR A STATE
OIL AND GAS DRILLING LEASE ,
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Board of Trustees of the Internal-
Improvement Trust Fund of the State of
Florida will, pursuant to Sections 253.47
through 253.61, Inclusive, Florida Sta-
tutes,offer for sale and receive competi-
tive sealed bids for a State Drilling
Lease covering the petroleum interest of
the Board of Trustees in the following
described land located in Gulf County,
Florida to-wli'
LEASE NO:3046
2 Tracts of land totaling 5.05 surface
acrps 2.525 net mineral acres, in
Section 33, Township 5 South, Range 9
West, Gulf County.
Tract in NE'A NW'A, described as
beginning at the NW corner of NEWA
NW'/, thence run East 292 feet, thence
.run South 452 feet, thence run West 292
feet,, thence run North 452 feet to point
of beginning, containing 3.03 acres
more or less.
Trace in NW'A NW'A described as
beginning at a point 140 yards South of
NW corner NW'A NW'A, thence run
South .140 yards thence run East 70
yards, thence run North 140 yards,
thence run West 70 yards to point of
beginning, containing 2.02 acres more
or less.
The Board of Trustees of the Internal.
Improvement Trust Fund has deter-
mined that the lease shall require
royalty payment of one-sixth in kind or
In value for oil and gas produced from
said lands and an annual rental of $3.
per net mineral acre for the area
described above, the annual rental to
increase by five percent of suck originall
annual rental after the first two years.
Lease will require at least one test well
be drilled every two and one-half years
of the lease, each test well to be drilled to
a depth of 6,000 feet or deep enough to
test the Smackover Formation. The
primary term qf the lease '-" h five (5)
years. A surety bond of 'ill be
required prior to drilling operations.
The bidding will be On the basis of a
cash consideration for the lease, the
amount of which cash consideration
shall include offer of rental for the first
year at the rate stated above. Copy of the
lease form is available for Inspection in
the Bureau of State Lands, Elliot
Building, Tallahassee, Florida 32304.
The successful bidder will be required to
pay all cost of legal advertisement in
connection with this lease sale. All bids
must be In a sealed envelope marked
SEALED BID-STATE OIL AND GAS


LEASE GULF COUNTY, shove
number and date of sale, and
nied by certified or cashie
made payable to the Depa
Natural Resources, Bureau
Lands, for the full amount o
consideration offered as bid.
Each bidder shall include
the bid a certified statement
lease holdings regarding oil
minerals the bidder has wh
granted by the State or any age
State. Such statement shall al
number and Identification of s
issued and the State agency wh
the lease or leases.
This notice is also pub
compliance with Section 253.11
Statutes. Written objections c
the proposed lease shall be file
Daniel S. Meisen, Departmen
ral Resources, Crown Buil
Blount Street, Tallahassee
32304, within thirty (30) days
date of first publication of th
Sealed bids may be filed In,tl
of State Lands, Department o
Resources, Crown Building,
see, Florida 32304, in advance c
date hereinafter stated or
presented to the Board at its m
said date in advance of the open
bids. The sealed bids will be oi
read at the public meeting of
of Trustees of the Internal Imp
Trust Fund on November 21
10:00 a.m. E.S.T. in Tallahas
Ida. The Board reserves the
reject any bid.
BY ORDER of the Board of
of the Internal .Improveme
Fund.
Reubin O'D. Askew, Governoi
Reubin O'D. Askew
Governor
Harmon W. Shields, ATTEST
Executive Director'

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEA
Notice is hereby given that
of County Commissioners of G.
will accept bids at its regular n
October 24, 1978 at 7:00 p.m
erection of an ambulance b
Wewahitchka, Fla.
All bids shall be. in accord.
plans and specifications on
Clerk of Circuit Court, Gulf
Florida.
Jimmy 0. Gortman
Chairman
George Y. Core
Clerk


wo H.V.
es from
s had a
Capps
f-[ V .


from Team 2. Pat Nachtsheim
had a 175 game and a 453
series for Pepsi Cola. Donna
Hogan had a 138 game and a
380 series from Team 2.


Standings
H.V. Motors
Pepsi Cola
Raffields
Telephone Co.
Team 2
Surefoots
Wonde.rBar
Cow difrls


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17
14/-
11
10
8
7
6
5


rV. On October 9th the winter
Sa 3cheffer mixed league opened their
a 391 season with the following re-
rls f sults:
id four St. Joe Bar and Team 2 met
games on lanes one and two and each
Gracie team winning two games
ie and a
e and Lisa each. Harry Lowry led St. Joe
Id aLsa 3 Bar with a 539 series. Wayne
nda 346 Smith was high bowler for
r. Team 2 with a 508 series.
ix Tele- Craig Besore led, team 3
ots split with a 441 series to a four
Martin game sweep of Team 4, Team
Sa 400 4 had Sue Brooks rolling a 367
one Co. series.
162 and Team. 6 won four games
a 374 from Team 5. Clint Moore led
ts. Team 6 with a 444 series.
d eight James Watford was high bowl-
games er for Team 5 with a 405 series.
Sylvachemi won four games
from Team 7. Bill Whitfield
s led Sylvachem with a 526
series. Ginnie Laurimore was
wing lease high bowler for Team 7 with a
accompa- 410 series and a 178 game.
r's check
rtment of Standings W L
of State Sylvachem 4 0
I the cash
Team 3 4 0
as part of Team 6 4 0
as to any St.JoeBar 2 2
which were Team 2 2 2
encyofthe Team 5 0 4
so include
uch leases Team 7 0 4
which issued Team 4 0 4
lished in
15, Florida Florida Bank won four
concerning
with Mr. games from St. Joe Furniture
t of Natu- to go back into a first place tie.
Fdingorida 202 Christine Lightfoot rolled a 464
after the series for the Bank. Marian
is notice. Deason paced the Furniture
he Bureau
of Natural team with a 449 series.
Tallahas. On lanes. three and four
of the sale Renfro's won four games from
may be
meeting on the Playgirls. La Juan Pogue
ning of the led Renfro's with a 458 series.
efened and
he Board Susie White rolled a 316 series
provement for the Playgirls.
1, 1978 at Norma Hobbs led the Kats
see, Flor-
* right to to a three game decision over
Nash's Seafood with a 451
I Trustees
nt Trust series and a 175 game. Sandra
Brock had a 366 series for
r Nash's.
Beach Beauty Shop won
three games from Murphy's.
4t 10-12 Mary Whitfield led the Beauty
Shop with a 439 series. Janice
iRiNG Martina led Murphy's with a
the Board 429 series.
ulf County 429 series.
meeting on Standings W L
n. for the Florida Bank 16/2 31/2
building in Bch. Beauty Shop 161/2 3/2
ance with Alley Kats 15 5
ile with St. Joe Furn. 12 8
Renfro's 10 10
Nash Seafood 6 14
Murphy's 5 15
2t9-28 Playgirls 0 20


Methodists "

Set Lay

Training
The Marianna District of the
Alabama-West Florida Con-,
ference, The United Methodist
Church, will conduct a Lay
Speaker Continuation Train-
ing Program to consist of
three evening sessions on
Tuesday nights, October 10th,
17th, and 24th, 1978 during the
hours of 7-8:30 p.m.
The program will be con-
ducted in two locations; at
. Lakeview Methodist Church,
located on Washington County
.Highway 279, between Cary- .
Ville and Vernon;. and at St.
Andrew Methodist Church. in
St. Andrews.
All lay speakers who are
currently certified or plan to
seek cei-tification are urged to
attendthe sessions closest to
your location. Fliht Winners

In some places woodmen ght W nners
have been known to ask a First place winners in the various flights in the George G.
tree's forgiveness before cut- Tapper Invitational at the St. Joseph Bay Country Club are
ting it down.


Amerson Seafood

Oyster Bar

Weekend Special


Indian Pass OYSTERS Doz 95.

BAG $7.50

Apdiachicola Oysters $7.00

1 mile west of Wewahitchka.
on P.C. Hwyv 22


shown above. Front row, left to right are, left to right: Hunter
Lesuer, Lefty Maxwell, John Miller, Ed Chancey, James
Lukes, Harry Lowry and Charles Wall. Back row: John
Meeks, Toni Etheridge, Jim Garner, Dennis Parker, Ralph
Shirah, Jim Sanders, Charles Norton and E. B. Miller.


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Fine Fare 8
TOMATO CATSUP 32 Ounce88
Sugary Sam Cut 24 Ounce Can
SWEET POTATOES 690
Pride of Illinois W.K. and No. 303
Cream Style CORN 4/98'
3 Ring 32 Ounce Jar
Strawberry Preserves $1.19
Fine Fare Pink 32 Ounce Package
DISH DETERGENT 63C
Fine Fare Canned
DOG FOOD No. 303 Cans 21c
Pine Mountain
CANE SYRUP 40 Ounce $1.29
Fine Fare
COFFEE CREAMER 16 Ounce 990
Fine Fare 8 Ounce Package
ELBOW MACARONI 3/89


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mm on $5.79

... .2 Bottles 99

....Bottles99

..... 2 Rolls 99


Merita King
BREAD 2/99'
Sweetheart HAMBURGER and
HOTDOG BUNS 2/99
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Large Eggs
Miracle Whipped
MARGARINE ..


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59'


Sara Lee
POUND CAKE ..... $1.09
Dixie Home
Pot Pies4 /


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from Limit Deals.


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Tomzftos
3 Lbs.

99C


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Pierce Explains Workings



of Local Blood Bank


Tracy Pierce, technician at
the Municipal Hospital gave
the Rotary Club some inf6r-
mation about the operation of
blood banks last Thursday at
their regular meeting.
Pierce said blood banks are:
highly regulated by three


Airman Michael S. Ferry,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton C.
Ferry of Rt. 1, Wewahitchka,
has graduated at Chanute
AFB, Ill., from the U.S. Air
Force technical training
course for aircraft fuel sys-
UI


Monday. Oct. 16
Hot dog, French fries,
orange juice, jello with cook-
j es and milk.
Tuesady, Oct. 17
Lasagna, tossed salad,
green beans, roll and milk.
Wednesday, Oct.18
Sandwich with cheese, dill
pickle; French fries, mixed


The Gulf County School
. Board met in regular session
on September 5 with- the
following members present:
Waylon Graham, Chairman;
Fred Greer; Paul Sewell; and
SJ.K. Whitfield.
Board Member Raffield was
absent.
The Superintendent and Di-
rector of Administrative Af-
fairs were present.
The meeting was opened
S with.the invocation by Greer,
and followed by the Pledge of,
Allegiance.-
On motion and second, the
minutes of August 8, August
14, and August 24 were unani-
mously approved.
Ms. Sondra Dickens met
with the Board to discuss bus
drivers for extra curricular
trips in the Wewahitchka
area.
The -board reviewed re-
commended bus stop changes
in both the Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe areas. Record of
changes are on file in the.
Superintendent's office.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second all voted YES to grant
the request of Ms. Teresa
Messick that her brother,
Thomas Granger, attend Port
St. Joe Elementary School.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent,.motion and
second, all voted YES to
approve the following person-
nel matters:
Port'St. Joe High School -
appoint Catherine Ramsey Jr.
High Cheerleader Sponsor, ap-
point Beverly Rish as Sr.High
Cheerleader sponsor;
'Wewahitchka High School,-
appoint George Cox Princi-
pal's Designee, D.L. Owens
Athletic Director and Head
Football Coach, J.R. Gorte-
moller Assistant Varsity Foot-
ball Coach, Charles Fortner
Jr. Varsity Football Coach,
Bryan Baxley Assistant Jr.
Varsity, Football Caoch, Al
Millergren 7th and 8th grade
Jr. Football Coach, Roy Lee
Carter Assistant 7th and 8th
grade Football Coach, Al Mil-
lergren Head Basketball
Coach, Charles Fortner Jr.
Varsity Basketball Coach,
Roy Lee Carter 7th and 8th
Grade Basketball Coach, D.L.
Owens Track Coach (pending
student participation), J.R.
Gortemoller Baseball Coach,
Sharon Gaskin Girls' Volley-
ball Coach, Charles Fortner
Girls' Softball Coach, Carol
Kelley Sr. Varsity Cheerlead-
er Sponsor, Carolyn Lister Jr.
Varsity Cheerleader Sponsor,
Brenda Powell Band Director,
Betty Holloway, Senior Class
Sponsor, Sue Dickens Senior
Class Sponsor, Jerry Kelley
Junior Class Sponsor, Carol
Kelley Junior Class Sponsor;
Port St. Joe Elementary
School appoint Darla Lyle
Title I Math Aide, appoint,
Laura Ramsey, Wanda Gib-
son, Hazel Simmons as Title I
Aides; appoint Dianne McFar-
land as general Aide;
Highland View Elementary
School appoint Debbie
Kearns as Title I Aide, appoint


'agencies. He said blood may
not be kept in a bank for more
than 21 days, then it must be
destroyed if it is not uded. "As
the blood grows older, its,
coagulation properties in-
crease and make the blood
dangerous to use.


teams equipment repairmen..
Airman Ferry, now trained
to inspect and repair the
intricate fuel systems of cur-
rent Air Force Aircraft, is
being assigned to Kadena AB,
Japan.
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Gulf County

School Lunch



Menus


fruit, cookie, sliced bread and
milk.
Thursday, Oct. 19
Fish with catsup, cabbage
slaw, baked beans, bun and
milk.
Friday, Oct. 20
Chicken, green beans,
mashed potatoes, orange
juice, roll and milk.


Winston Wells as Administra-
tive Designee in the absence of
the Principal, accept resigna-
tion of Debra Wood as Title I
Aide;
Wewahitchka Elementary
School appoint Margaret
Suzanne 'Bowman as Lan-
guage Arts Teacher;
Maintenance Department -
appoint Ben Causey as Main-
tenance and Custodial Coordi-:
nator for the Wewahitchka
area;
:Transportation Department
- appoint Juanita Blackwell
and Hazel Simmons to trans-
port students in private vehi-
cles at the rate of .14 cents per
mile, accept resignation of
hazel Parker as Bus Driver
and appoint Linda Purswell to
this vacancy;
Appoint Barbara Watkins to
Teacher of Gifted Students;
CETA Program; appoint
Brenda Arnold as Secretary in
the CETA office.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, the board unanimous-
ly approved the agreement
with the Gulf County Health
Department for student ser-
vices for the 1978-79 .school
year. Copies of the agreement
are on file in the Superinten-
dent's office.
The Superintendent present-
ed a list of equipment which is
beyond repair and recom-
mended that this equipment
be removed from the property
records. On motion and se-
cond, all voted YES. .
The Superintendent re-
commended that the bids as
follows be accepted:
Standard Oil Company for
petroleum products,
bid on used 1963 Ford school
bus to Leroy Fortner,
time deposits: Florida First
National Bank on $100,000.00
for. (90) days, Wewahitchka
State Bank, on $100,000.00 for
(30) days.
Copies of all bids are on file
in the Superintendent's office.
The Superintendent present-
ed a letter. from the State.
Department of Education with
regard to the 1978 Revision to


Pierce said a mis-match of
blood can cause anything from
hives to death. He- said the
procedures stipulated for
cross-matching has virtually
eliminated death from mis-
matches. "There were orly
about three to five deaths
from blood mis-match in the
nation last year".
Pierce said purchased blood
from a blood bank is available
in Port St. Joe from Tallahas-
see, but at a high cost to the
patient. He pointed to the
"Walking Blood Bank" used
here in Port St. Joe as a
practical. solution to blood
needs in the area. "We always
keep from one to two units of 0
'Positive blood on hand at all
times for emergency use",
Pierce said. This type blood is
compatible with almost every
other type.
. Pierce said there are pres-
ently over 600 on the blood
donow list with their blood
already typed. "They are all
quick to respond when need-
ed", he said.
Pierce said there were 388
donations of blood at Munici-
pal Hospital last year, using
302 of the blood bank people.
The remainder was given by
relatives and friends or pur-
chased from. a bank.
Guests of the club, were
Arthur Robin of Kingsburg,
Calif., Tom Neese of Florence,
Ala., and Wheelettes Karen
Lynn and Dewanna Jacobs.


the Soverign Immunity Sta-
tute (FS 768.28).
Superintendent's report:
Presented board members
with faculty policies at High-
land View Elementary School,
Recommended amend-
ments to salary schedules in
the maintenance department,
bus mechanics, lunchroom
employees, and secretarial
employees. On motion and
second, all voted YES to these
amendments,
Reported that the stadium
seats were delivered,
Requested the board to
make a tour of the schools,
Recommended that the
board approve a change in the
order for bleachers from
Alum-A-Products to Safeway
Company. On motion and
second, the board unanimous-
ly approved this recommen-
dation,
On motion and second, the
board approved the Project
Priority List dated August 20,
1978. Copies are on file in the
Superintendent's office,
Discussed' setting'up PEBA
monies for the 1978-79 school
year,
Will request a statement
from the Board Architect that
certain roofs in the system
need replacing.


Practicing


The Gulf County Volunteer
Ambulance Squad had a disas-
ter training drill last Thurs-
day at Sylvachem Corp. The
purpose of the drill was to
prepare the squad to meet
industrial disasters.
In the photo above right,
Sylvachem employees aid am-
bulance workers Lynda
Gregg, Sheila Harper, Dennis
Harcus place a "victim" on
the stretcher.
In the photo top left, Dennis
Harcus, Lynda Gregg and
Sheila Harper remove a "vic-
tim" from a piece of machin-
ery.
In the lower photo above,
Bobby Lightfoot and Susan
Bigelow strap 'a "victim" to
a spine board.
The purpose of the drill was
to test the abilities of the
squad's response time and
their handling of such disas-
ters.
Star photos


You Are Cordially, Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................
MORNING WORSHIP ................
CHURCH TRAINING .................
EVENING WORSHIP ................
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)....


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
5:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.


Jerome Cartier;
Minister of Music


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Phone 639-2225
'Wewahitchka, Florida
Specializing In
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AIRPLANES



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FIRE LIFE BONDS

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Thank You...


DEMOCRAT, DISTRICT 4


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Assigned t Japan


MINUTES

of the


Board of Public Instruction
I___ ^ ^ _


3 Thank You-

SFor Your Vote On

October 5


I pledge to serve you to

the best of my ability.




James L. "Tank" Tankersley
Paid for by Campaign Treasurer


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1978


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IfVuet of Good Food Ideas
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BULK RATE
8.4c PAID ,
DAVID RICH'S itNo.
^A A^^ mli t sWewahitchka, |Q


UUFOODLINERK.......
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka


HOLDERl


Prices Good Oct. 11-17


QUANTITY RIGHTS -
RESERVED Ar^ "1
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NO ALCOHOLIC


Save On '
Your Total.


Counts!


USDA CHOICE TABLERITE BEEF SALE! I


FROEN -OO DPT


MORTONS BEEF CHIX TURKEY
8 :
POT PIES 4 0
IGA
Mustard Greens . .
IGA
Collard Greens. .. .


2 160oz.
2 PKGS9.


2


BIRDS EYE
Corn on Cob. . .
IGA
Pie Shells ........ .


16 oz. 'O
PKGS.
4 Ear 7r
PKG. .
PKGS.
OF 2 8'9


KRAFT AMERICAN OR PIMENTO

CHEESE SINGLESKG 1
3 Doz. $109
Small Eggs ............
Cottage Cheese EAUTLEASR 4.99
Natural Yogurt (ALL FLAVORS) CTN. 39
Don't OvrooThse GoodBu


KRAFT MACARONI &
DINNERS


4


71/4 OZ.
PKG.


CHEESE


KRAFT
ORANGE JUICE


KRAFT HI DRi
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE PAPER TOWELS
HALF GALLON 9. 9 ROLLS99'
IGA DELICIOUS ANY TIME
TOMATO SOUP PALMOLIVE LIQUID
CANS 22 oz.
FOR BOTTLE


Dog Food
Hunter's Choice


25 Ib.


$288


KELLOGGS
Corn Flakes. .
CHINA DOLL
Large Limas
SPRAY DISINFECTANT
Lysol Spray .


24 oz.99
a* PKG.
12 oz. 37
. CAN


. .


9-LIVES TUNA & EGG
Dry Cat Food *. .
DEL MONTE
DEL. MO T WHOLE KERNEL OR
CO'rln CREAM STYLE

IGA Chunk Tuna


12 oz. $179
. CAN
4 lb. $175
" BAG A
317 oz. 9O
CANS 68

. .oz. 68


SBAKERY DEARMN


IGA


Dinner Rolls . .


* I a a


a a 3PKGS. OF 16 1UU


IGA King Size Sandwich Bread 2 Los 99
IGA Buns (HAMBURGER OR HOT DOG) PKG. OF 12 59


At David Rich's IGA we set the pace
for others to follow.
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MMUM AM Mkk
TIABLERITE PORK SALEH
TABLERITE QUARTER LOIN $118
Assorted Pork Chops Ib.
TABLERITE PORK $158
Center Cut Pork Chops Ib.
TABLERITE PORK $118
Country Style Ribs.,..... Ib.
TABLERITE FRESH LEAN $118
Pork Steaks ........... 1b.
TABLERITE PORK
Boston Butt ROast.... Ib. 98t
TABLERITE FRESH MEATY $118
Pork Spare Ribs ....... ib.
TABLERITE FRESH
Pork Liver ... I ........ Ib. 39t
TABLERITE STOMACHS
FEETEAR
Pork. Neckbones AND'TAILS S Ib. 39t


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SMOO11 PEANT BUTTER 3.
M OY PEANUT NmER" oz
MAYMONAISE 32 O"
DRY DOB FOOD .
MIXED FRUIT o z.
IRREGULAR CUT PEACHES= **
PEAR HALVES 15,z.
WHOLE TOMATOES is!.


prices Guaranteed October 11-14, 1978-
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WISTACH $10 PURCHASE
WITH EACH $10 PURCHASE


For Each $10 Purchase You Witl Ree le
TWO Super-Gilt Stamps Present the Required Number of
sm... Stampt on Your Saver Sheets to our
PLUS For Each Special You Buy You Will > i. Sh'eets F rnishetS l. Store Manager and Got Your FREE
SReceive at Checkout One or More : ut.'-, Eighty Stamps Super-Gift.
Super-Gilt Stlamps As Advertise, "Co,:-. v:, One Sa. v Sheet (PlusSalTesTaxWhereAppliible)
'THIS WEEK'S SUPER-GIFT SPECIALSALw Lw AWA
18 OZ. Assorted Flavore
DSTuncan HInes i yPEI W 2 -BATH BA RS
ant with PuddingTOn S OAP
SOL CAKE MIX OE SOAP


17 07Z 2-15 OZ. CANS ILB. PKG-
Bathroom Cleaner IArmour Corn Bryn
aEBh PINE SOL FR BEEF HASH LlI SLICED BACON


24 OZ.
Armour
BEEF STEW


O0 OZ. PKG.
SuCnyland
COOKED HAM


DuncanI nes .2-1i5 OZ. CANS 3 LB.CAN
Pc Asnrted Flavors z.STAM P with BeansI S P y Wiggly
CAKE MIX 18 oz. AMOUR CHILId a CANNED HAM


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No Brand Laundry


Giant
Size


limit 1


Sh~dr


8 OZ.


Good Value Regular Cut Il
FROZEN POTATOES 138


-eena ble
LYOLCLANR 8 z.$ 3


Blue Bonnet $19
SPREAD 2 lb. 8
Piggly Wiggly Single Wrap 134
CHEESE SPREAD '8 sces
Blue Bonnet 12. o
OLEO ib.. 591


No* **a

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B15Toz.


Medium
YELLOW ONIONS


lb. 59c

lb. 190
5 lb.


LYOLCLANR 4 z.89

Lysol $129


Gilltte ronz Can$12
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