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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1978
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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Industry - Deep Water Port - Fine People - Safest Beaches in Florida

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1978


All Amendments Soundly Defeated


ulf County Votes for the Democrats

Gulf County voted a straight gins of victory in Gulf County, Briggs of Pensacola. The next races, Gulf County was heav- the Overstreet district, the fire protection through special GOOD VOTE to the polls and had another
Democratic ticket, opposed with Eiri Hutto getting the biggest majority was pulled ily in the corner of Democrat voters approved the question tax levies, not to exceed one . For an election with abso- 258 absentee ballots still to-be
the new Constitutional largest majority in his bid to by Treasurer and Insurance Bob Graham and his running before them, 50 to 23. half mill. The district is lutely no local offices on the counted.
amendments and was confus- replace the retiring Bob Sikes Commissioner Bill Gunter, mate, Wayne Mixson for the The question to be decided patterned after the St. Joseph ballot, Gulf County did pretty In the second primary, only
ed over the judicial question in, Congress. Hutto carried who polled 2,319 votes to only offices of Governor and Lieu- was whether or not a taxing Fire Control.District and the well in their voting percentage slightly more than half the
on the ballotlike the rest of the every precinct in the County 369 for his opponent, JefferyL. tenant Governor. The Gra- fire control district would be Tupelo Fire Contr6l District, Tuesday. Of some 6,400 regis- voters bothered to cast their
district apparently was. and polled 2,807 votes to only Lathamn. ham-Mixson" ticket had 2,197 created in this area to finance now operating in the county. tered electors, Gulf sent 3,425 ballot.
.,Democrats won heavy mir- 513 for his opponent, Warren In other state and district votes in the county to 1,228 for � ... .
S*' * ' .... . how Gulf C.ount v oted rrinrft on P ar, i .. r Tl_ I _ _


Queen Lori


Miss Lori Heacock isn't really all that
sad.
In fact, she's happy, deliriously happy,
over being chosen as the Homecoming
Queen last Friday night.
Miss Heacoqk, daughter of Mr. and


Mrs. Bob Heacock was selected Home-
coming Queen and crowned by last year's
queen, Deborah Stutzman in halftime ,
ceremonies'Friday night.
Looking on is her escort, Bob Jones.
-Star photo


Beach Would Join Gulf Co.


Voters of Mexico Beach
re-elected Mayor Bob Hale to
office, selected two new Coun-
cilmen and voted to annex to
Gulf County in Tuesday's
election.
Mexico Beach returned
Hale to a second, term of
office, giving him 177,votes to
117 for his opponent Robert


Hodge. Emma L. Corbell lost
to Robert Timmons, 194 to 92
and Richard Kibler edged out
Charlie Parker, 148-146.
;None of the incumbents,
except Hale, were seeking
re-election.
Beach residents said, by .the
ballot box, that they would


Dependable

(j Billy Fleming, right, was given a special
(honor Friday night at half time at the football
game for his feat of announcing the play by
play commentary at all home games for the


prefer to leave Bay County
and, become a part of Gulf
County. Residents of the
beach community voted 204 to
70 to become a part of Gulf.
There are still other actions
which must be taken, includ-
ing a legislative act, before
the city can become a part of
Gulf County.


past 25 years. Fleming missed only one game
in that span of time when he was taken to the
hospital with appendicitis. He was at the
game then, but would not climb the steps to
the press box. The award was made by the
Quarterback Club and is here being presented
Fleming on the football field by High School
Principal Edwin Williams. -Star photo


tne Jack Edkerd-raula naw-
kins team. The Graham-Mix-
son team carried Gulf County
in all three of the primary
steps to election.
In the election for Secretary
of .State, George Firestone
polled 1,935 votes fo 857 for
Ander Crenshaw.
For Comnmissibner of Edu-
cation, incumbent Ralph Tur-
lington won the approval of
Gulf with 1,787 votes to 608 for
his opponent, Herman B. Wil-
liams.


Possible Power Plant




Sites Narrowed to 2


AMENDMENTS FAIo Port St.
All nine of the proposed P t Joe A
Constitutional Amendments
went down in ignominious George Tapper told the City operate once it was complet-
defeat here in Gulf County, Commission Tuesday night ed. Plans now are to have one
especially numbers four and that the Port St. Joe area is part of the plant on line around
five which called for the one of two locations still being 1984 and the other half around
abolition of the cabinet and an considered for location of a 1986 or '87.
appointed, Public Service new Florida Power Corpora- Tapper pointed out that
Commission. tion generating plant. Tapper plans for the plan had been
In Gulf County, a margin of said he had visited FPC's head underway for five years. He
2,741 to 168 want to retain the office in St. Petersburg last said the plant would require
elected Cabinet. Gulf citizens Wednesday on behalf of the 5,000 tons of coal per day to
also want their Public Service Port Authority and offered the operate. "This would make
Commission elected rather services of that organization our proposed port feasible for
than appointed and said so by in any way they could to assist this one product alone", Tap-
a margin of 2,688 to 181. the utility in deciding to build per said
The other proposed Amend- a generating plant here in the The City Commission
ments didn't fare much better. county. agreed to write Florida Power
Number one, the basic doe- 'Tapper said the county had president Hines and offer the
ument failed, 2,646 to 251. two things going for 'it.' "We services of the City in any way
.Number -two, the-rights--also have sm ddis9ia'dv tff-" necessary to cause theplahrfto
Amendment, failed, 2,574 to ages", he said. - be built here.
415. Even the women didn't Tapper said the area has the WANTS STREET
vote for it. asset of having a deep water A group of residents from
Number 3, single member port "which would save the Cypress Avenue came before
districts, failed by a margin of firm a tremendous amount of the Commission asking their
2,609 to 281., money in fuel shipping costs help in getting the street
Number 6, merit retention by being able to ship in large paved from 20th Street to the
was voted down, 2,637 to 411. vessels". Tapper also pointed Elementary School.
Number seven, taxes, fail- out that Andy Hines, president "'The street is used by
ed, 2,509 to 411. of the firm, was once stationed people going to and from
Number eight, appointed in this area and had many school, school buses and par-
education board, 'failed 2,675 friends here. ents going to and from school,
to 211. "Our disadvantage", Tap- Gus Griffin told the Commis-
Number 9, casino gambling per said, "Is that we are so far sion. Griffin told the Board the
was ruled against by a 2,777 to. from the present heavy mar- 'heavy traffic causes a huge
379 margin. ket for electricity and what dust problem as well as a
Judge Woodrow Melvin, was manufactured here would safety hazard to those using
who didn't have his name on have to be transported to the street.
the ballot, but was the object central Florida "and trans- County Commissioner Leo
of the for or against question mission lines cost a lot of Kennedy was present and
in the judicial election, seem- money". Tapper also pointed asked the City to furnish the
ed to be mistaken for one of to a possible problem with get- materials and the County
the Constitional Amendments. ting a permit to build such a would build the road. He had a
His question, as to whether or transmission line through the list of some $7,000 worth of
not to retain him as the Judge National Forest. materials to pave the street.
for the District Court of Ap- The former Senator pointed Mayor Frank Pate remind-
peals was rejected, 934 to 510. out that "the best thing we ed Kennedy and the group that
Sc have .going for us is that the the County received all of Gulf
Judge Melvin'hes candidacy people here want the plant and County's road building funds
was the first time the states the advantages it can to bring and that the County had
new idea of retaining judges in to our county." promised to pave the street
office until their faith in their The proposed plant would three years ago if the City
faith in their faith in their cost an estimated $1.4 billion; would prepare the road bed
performance. Ifthe judge is take up to .10 years to con- and put down the base. Pate
votehid against, as was the ca struct with 1200 to 1400 on the said the City immediately did
in this instance, a new judge construction gang and would as asked, but the County still
will be appointed by the take 400 to 600 people to had not paved the street as
Governor. 'promised. He asked why the
In Judge Melvin's' place, it County couldn't now use some
appears the voters didn't Countians of their state money to pave
know what they were voting the street.
for and followed the publicized , . Kennedy said the State has
advice, "If you're not sure, INamned AS recently changed its paving
vote against", in the cam- policy and has not as yet sent
paign of the Amendment op- - l the first year's paving budget
position. D delegates funds to the County.
FREEHOLDERS ELECTION Gulf County will have two Pate remarked that the
FREEHOLDERS ELECTION Gulf County will have two City also had a tight budget
In a Freeholders election in alternate delegates to the and there was no loose
National Democratic Confe- amounts of $7,000 in the bud-
ence in Memphis, Tennessee get. "If we do this, we have to
Board to Meet next month. let something else go", he
Mrs. Selma Shoemaker and said.
In Hospital Eddie Creamer have been Several of the Commission-
named as alternates to the ers pointed out that it was the
The Municipal Hospital First Congressional District. County's responsibility to do
Board of Directors has been They were named in a caucus the paving work, but agreed to
attempting to find a large held in Bonifay two weeks ago pay for half of the materials
place to meet in, so those'who by leaders in the Democratic for the project from an item in
wish to exprers themselves party. the budget for sidewalks in the
concerning the operation of Delegates from this district City, if the County would pay
the facility can attend and be at the Conference will be Rick for the other half.
heard. An attempt was made Watson of Panama City and Kennedy said he would
to secure the Gulf County Esther Williams of Escambia check with his other board
Courtroom for the meeting, County. members and the Cypress
but the Senior. Circuit Judge The purpose of the Confer- Avenue citizens, agreeing that
said the Courtroom couldn't ence is to start making plans the offer seemed fair, pledged
be used for other than court for the Presidential election to be at the County Commis-
purposes. two years from now. One of sion meeting to pursue the
Since the only other sizeable the duties of the Conference matter.
auditorium in the City is the will be to hammer out objects WANTS SPACE
school, and classes are held to be included in the Democra- Canty Jones appeared be-
there each night, the Hospital tic platform. fore the Commission asking
Board meeting next Tuesday The Conference will be held that he be granted the use of
will be held in the Board in Memphis, Tennessee, be- some space in the Washington
meeting room of the Hospital. ginning December 9. Recreation Area to conduct a


a Still In Running


kindergarten for socially de-
prived and economically dis-
advantaged children.


Jones said, "These children
heed .this help to improve
(Continued on Page 8) :


Richard Zyski, administra-
tor, Municipal Hospital, Port
St. Joe, has been elected
secretary-treasurer of the
Florida Hospital Association,
Oct. 31 at the state convention
at Orlando.
Zyski, was installed with
new association president
Ronald T. Hanson, executive
director, Venice Hospital, Ve-
nice, in ceremonies at the
Orlando Hyatt House.
The statewide association of
hospitals located at Orlando
provides membership servi-
ces including educational pro-
grams, research, cost contain-
ment, liaison with government
and consumer health informa-
tion.
The Florida Hospital Asso-
ciation consists of approxi-
mately 230 member hospitals
of the 250 hospitals across the


state. The association has
eight Regional Organizations
with the Northwest Hospital
Council representing the Per-
ry, Tallahassee, Pensacola
geographic area.
Zyski is also currently a
member of the Regional Counlmf"
cil's Boad of Directors. Other:
officers and trustees electe&--
to the Florida Hospital Asso-
ciation in addition to Hanson
and Zyski were: vice presi-
dent Ned. B. Wilford, Execu-
tive Director Halifax Hospital
Medical Center of Daytona
Beach and trustees, H. Jack-
son Floyd, Executive Director
of Memorial Hospital in Sara-
sota, Williams G. Crone,
Executive Director of Naples
Community Hospital in Nai-
ples and Edward C. Peddle,
president of Alachua General
Hospital in Gainesville. i


Wewa Voters Turn


Down Changes


Wewahitchka voters turned
thumbs down to three changes
to the City Charter Tuesday,
in a special ballot handled
through the general election.
The City Commission had
requested the feeling of the
people on the three proposed
charter changes which would
allow the Commission to stipu-
late when the Commission
meetings would be held, allow
the Commission to determine
salaries to be paid the Com-
missioners and allow the Com-
mission to establish qualifying
fees for those wishing to run
for the Commission seats.


Wewahitchka voters were
against all three proposals by
better' than two to one.
The proposal to allow the
Commission to set meeting-
times was defeated, 329 to 151.
The Charter proposal to
allow the Commission to es-
tablish their salaries was de-
feated, 374 to 117.
The question as to whether-
or not the Commission could
set qualifying fees went dowh
the drain on a 362 to 123 vote.
The City Charter remains as
it is.
This isn't the year to be
changing charters.


' /
i&TY-SECOND YEAR, NUMBER 10


I


RICHARD ZYSKI


Named to State


Hospital Office
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Editorials...




Wardens Taking 'Unfair


SA4 invan.taffp


' By now, almost everyone in the
ECity have heard about the group
:which was arrested two weeks ago
'on the Point shooting 'doves, sup-
posedly over a baited field.
* By now, too, most of us have
S heard how those who were caught
'didn't know the field was baited, but
"the case was filed against those
caught, anyhow, ordering them 'to
:appear in court.
jsh We don't oppose those who are
S shooting over bait getting arrested.
-,We do think it kind of unfair to pick
- up those ignorant of the bait, and
treat them' just as those who put it
out.
How can you tell if a person
knew the field was baited or not? A
game warden who has been in the
service for any length of time should
100 able to tell. Too, if the person
E.aught has over the limit of birds in
.a.ls possession, he would likely bait a

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field.
We think it sort of unfair, the
way the wardens went about making
their arrests recently. They showed
up, hunting the bait (they said), then
came back later and made arrests.
It would appear to us that if a person
had baited the field he would have
left after the first visit by the
wardens. Those who were caught,
did not.
One person we talked to, who we
feel to be.perfectly honest, told us he
talked to the warden who told him he
suspected bait in the area. "Should
we stop shooting"? he asked. "No,
go right ahead", the warden replied.
About 30 minutes later the
warden arrested the man.
That seems unfair to us.
Wardens who do these things
can only discredit the opinion hunt-
ers have of them.


No


Fooling

Wendy Weston tried to fool
the world on Hallowe'en at the
PTA carnival by dressing up
as a witch, when she really
isn't.
Wendy is proof you can't
fool mother nature because
when she took off her fright
wig, this beautiful butterfly
landed right in the middle of
the wig to take a flight break.
Wendy's appearance was
enough to scare off any butter-
fly had it been real. She was
carrying a staff with a snake
wound around it and gave the
appearance of being some-
thing bad, mean and scary.
The butterfly didn't believe
any of it.
The Star photographer just
happened to be at the carnival
and had the good fortune to be 4
standing by when the butterfly
landed, proving that things
aren't always what they seem.


Indispensable

tifying to see an corps of this type person. Every
ch as the Quarter- time there is something to be,done,
fize someone who is they will be there. In most cases, all
eded service, with- they have to do is be told about the
ked to do so, at the job which needs doing and they will
riday night. volunteer. Our town and most small
h is itself made up towns; operates on this type individ-
orkers, recognized ual. He's indispensable.
r making his ser- We can almost tell you who will
for every home be at a civic function, a working
loud speaker and session or an activity' which will
play of the football improve our town before we go to the
o pay involved and meeting or activity. In all our
to Bill every year attendances, whether in an official
it a good job he is or unofficial capacity, it has been
please continue. It our observation thatiUe same ones
granted that when turn up all the time-.
>layed next season, We still have the birds sitting on
e microphone. He the sidelines who are critical of the
e won't be begged. job being done. They all want to fry
7e. fish, but they don't know which
blessed with a small burner is on.


Sears Started with Efforts


of Energetic Peddler


Sears, Roebuck and Com-
.pany had an interesting be-
:ginning and has had an inter-
esting history. Last Thurday,
'Ray Sullivan of Sears' Atlanta
office, outlined some of this
: history for the Rotary Club at
" their weekly meeting.
The firm was started by
Richard W. Sears, who be-
`came a telegrapher at the age
S of 16 and went to work for the
,railroad. One day a shipment
- of watches came into his


station which was refused.
Sears bought the watches and
peddled them up and down the
railroad. ,He found he could
sell the watches without much
effort and began to order them
and sell the timepieces, moon-
lighting after his day was over
at the railroad.
He became so successful at
selling the watches, he soon
had to advertise for a. watch-
maker to back up his guaran-
tee that what he sold would


-U


A Loyman's View


Bible
Z.Psalm 13
'KEY WORD: I Hurt
: (Verse 1) "How long wilt
::thou forget me, 0 Lord? For
S ever? How long wilt thou hide
.-thy face from me?"
: (Verse 2) "How long shall I
,take counsel in my soul,
Shaving sorrow in my heart
z, daily? How long shall mine
: enemy be exalted over me?"
(Verse 3) "Consider and
hear me, 0 lord my God:
E lighten mine eyes, lest I sleep
Sthe sleep of death;"
(Verse 4) "lest mine enemy
-7 say, I have prevailed against
him; and those that trouble
.me rejoice when I am
moved."
(Verse 5) "But I have
,4 trusted in thy mercy; my
heart shall rejoice in thy
salvation."


BY: BILLY NORRi


IS


Notes
(Verse 6) "I will sing unto
the Lord, because ite hath
dealt bountifully with me."
You know we Christians are
not always truthful. Some-
times we hurt even as David in
Psalm 13 hurt. Now, we should
have a good report; we must
have a good report. But, to say
we never feel completely
alone, that we never hurt, is
not truthful.
David asked God some
searching questions. As he
agonized though, he always
came to the ultimate realiza-
tion that God was his cham-
pion over all. We, as David,
even in times of anguish and
heart felt pain, must still trust
in His mercy.
Praise God for His mercy,
His salvation, His bountiful-
ness!


work. The advertisement was
answered in 1886 by Alvah C.
Roebuck.
By 1900, the two had joined
in partnership and were send-
ing out a 500 page catalog
featuring the watches and
farm implements and items a
family would use on the farm.
From that beginning, the
first common stock in the firm
was sold in 1906. and a
warehouse was built in Chi-
cago, whiqh is still being used
today.
The two businessmen could
sell their product and business
was booming, but organiza-
tion and service was sloppy.
Then a man by the name of
Rosenwald joined the firm and
began to organize their ware-
housing and shipping opera-
tions and soon had them
streamlined.
The firm then began to
branch out by establishing
shipping points throughout the
United States.
In the 1930's, General Rob-
ert Wood joined the firm and
started the firm to branching
out into retail stores and
catalog sales houses.
Now, the firm has 1,200
catalog sales offices, 1,200
catalog dealer stores and re-
tail stores in most sizeable
cities inmthe nation.
The speaker said Sears pur-
chased more than $191 million
worth of merchandise from
Florida manufacturers during
the past year.


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Judge Rejects Hearing

From Tapper, a wealthy Port St. Joe Tapper's attorney, Robert mediately would appeal with
ALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT businessman, because of the Moore of Port St. Joe, said the 4th District Court of
Circuit Judge Victor Caw- slander suit. Friday he had not yet received Appeal.
on has rejected a request Taunton said he wanted to a copy of Cawthon's order. But Taunton has described his
om former state Sen. George recover damages for the mo- when told that Cawthon had suit against Tapper as a
apper for a rehearing of a ney he spent defending him- rejected his motion for a remedy for "groundless pro-
ander suit 'against Gulf self agairist Tapper's suit. rehearing, Moore said he im- secution'" -


County Judge David Taunton.
The ruling opens the way for
Taunton to press a suit of his
own, claiming damages from
Tapper incurred defending
himself from the slander suit.
The suit, filed by Tapper in
March 1977, was dismissed by
Cawthon in July because no
action had been taken by
attorneys for more than a
year.
Tapper filed the slander suit
against Taunton after Taunton
went before the county com-
mission to charge him with
unlawful land dealings.
A grand jury later cleared
Tapper of any wrongdoing in
the land deal.
Taunton's attorney, Daniel
Dearing of Tallahassee, said
Friday he was pleased with
the ruling. He said he intend-
ed to proceed with a malicious
prosecution suit filed against
Tapper earlier this month.
Taunton said he was suing

CARD OF THANKS
Words alone are inadequate
to express our sincere appre-
ciation for everything that has
been done for us since Tim-
my's injury last Friday night.
We have received hundreds
of visits, calls, cards, flowers
and much financial assistance
from our many friends. But,
above all this, we know each
and every one has been pray-
ing for Timmy and we know
without a doubt these prayers
have not gone unanswered. He
is improving.
The doctors tell us Timmy
will be in the hospital for at
least 6 to 8 weeks and progress
is going to be on a wait and see
basis. However, we know that
greatest Doctor of all can
speed up this process and
allow us to bring him home
much sooner.
Thanks so much from the
bottom of our hearts. It is good
to know so much love and
concern from a wonderful
group of friends.
The Family of
TIM STRANGE


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The Club, whicl
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Billy Fleming fo
vices available.
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give the play by f
games. There is n
nobody has to go
and tell him wha
doing, and will he
is now taken for
the first game is p
Bill will be at th
won't be asked, h
'He'll just be their
Our town is bl


By: Wesley R. Ramsey


out. This is the way parking is controlled in
Panama City now that the meters have been
taken out.
The meters were taken out of downtown
Panama City to compete with shopping centers
which had free parking. A myth here is that in
downtown, with the parking meters, one stands a
good chance of parking right in front of the store
he wants to shop in, thus eliminating long walks
and hunting the car after shopping is completed.
In the shopping centers, one may have to park
nearly a half mile from where he wishes to shop
and then hoof it the rest of the way.The question
is: is it worth the penny or nickle to have your
transportation a bit handier to where you want to
shop?
Here in Port St. Joe, you can park your car
at one end of Reid Avenue, put your penny in the
meter and walk to the other end of Reid Avenue
to do your shopping and you have still walked a
less distance than you would in parking free at a
shopping center.

CHUB ALSO pointed to the fact that the
meters were driving people to Panama City to
shop where parking was free. Let's think about
that one a bit. If my arithmetic is correct, one
can park in downtown Port St. Joe every day of
the week and put a couple of pennies into the
meter every time he parks, and still park
for less than it would cost him to drive, one time,
to Panama City to park for free.
Too, people were driving to Panama City
from Port St. Joe to shop long before the parking
meters were installed and if they were removed,
probably would still drive to Panama City. It's
just the way of people to want to go.
I'm sure if the removal of the meters would
aid in short-stopping some of the trade which
goes to Panama City, they would be removed
before the sun went down today.
Removing the meters would save only the
small amount of money each person puts in the
meter, as it does in Panama City. Removal of the
meters would not eliminate the specter of getting
a parking ticket, which costs the overtime
parker 50 cents here in Port St. Joe. Panama
City still issues parking tickets to overtime
parkers, just as Port St. Joe would have to do in'
order to maintain some sort of controls over the
parking situation. '-
You see, it's easy to say, remove them. But
the actual removal isn't all that simple.


ETAOIN SHRDL(






LAST WEEK we had a letter to the editor
from "Chub" Brogdon, asking that the City
Commission remove the parking meters in
downtown Port St. Joe, like they have done in
Panama City.
Chub felt the parking meters were not an
important source of revenue and could well be
done away with to the benefit of everybody.
It doesn't matter to me whether the meters
stay or go, but there are some things about the
meters everyone should know before a final.
decision is made.
Chub's letter came right in the middle of a
decision making process by the City Commis-
sion. They have toyed with the idea of possibly
removing the meters for nearly two months,
now, but no definite decision has been made.
Here's why.
The parking meters do not make the City any
money. They take in enough revenue to pay for
the meters and pay the salary of the officer who
checks them on the hour for overtime violators.
If it were not for the meters, the officer would
have to be paid out of the general fund (taxes) to
perform the same service. As it is, the meters
take in enough to pay for this parking control
service.
Everyone who was here before the meters
were put in remember the crowded parking
situation on Reid Avenue. It was hard to find a
parking place, since some people would park
their cars on the street and leave them there all
day. The meters stopped that.
The meters are a nuisance in that everyone
who parks has to dig up a penny or a nickle and
put it in the meter or face the prospects of getting
a parking ticket.
When tires were marked to control parking,.
as they would have to be if the meters were
removed, people parking overtime still had to
pay a small fine for getting caught. This would
have to continue, even if the meters were taken


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla

Keep Your ButtAuthority


In Your Car


Bug Burns

S" Port St. Joe firemen James Graves, left,
and Arden Stephens, right, put water on a


burning Volkswagen bus at the Mexico Beach
service station last Wednesday evening. The
bus caught on fire while being serviced at the
station. Firemen from Mexico Beach and The
Beaches also answered the alarm.
-Star photo


Hutto Pleased Over Funding of Watts Assigned


VA Clinic for the Panhandle


State Representative Earl Hutto
(D-Pananma City), Democratic nominee to
succeed Bob Sikes in Congress, said Tuesday
he is pleased that.funding for a Veteran's
Clinic in the Florida Panhandle was included
in the recently signed appropriations bill.
Hutto said he would follow up on the good
work done by Congressman Sikes to assure
this much needed facility for the veterans in
our area.


, Save Your Cans for


the Aluminum Truck


Collecting 'all aluminum
beverage cans for recycling is
a profitable pastime for citi-
zens of Apalachicola.

SVets In College

Receive Checks
Single veterans who are full
time college students receive
a monthly benefits check of
$311. Monthly payment for
veterans with one dependent
is $370; and for veterans with
two dependents, $422 monthly.
Benefits will be paid to three
quarter time and half time
students as well.

Band to Enter

March Contest
The Port St. Joe High School
Band of Gold will participate
in the District Marching Con-
test, Saturday, November 11
at Tommy Oliver Stadium.
The local band will be march-
ing at approximately 4:00
p.m. CST.
The public is invited to
attend and observe many of
Northwest Florida's bands be-
tween the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m.

Former Resident

4 Dies In Selma
P. W. Petty, age 78, former-
ly of Port St. Joe, passed away
Tuesday night in Selma, Ala-
bama, after a lingering ill-
ness.
Petty had lived in Port St.
Joe for a number of years and
hacd served a long time as
.Superintendent of' Streets
here in the City before his
retirement 13 years ago.
Funeral services will be
held Friday from the Law-
rence Funeral Home,'with
interment in the'New Live Oak
Cemetery near Selma.


Hutto promised to work closely with local
officials to establish the out-patient clinic in
the first district.

Hutto, a navy veteran, pointed out that
Panhandle veterans have had to travel to
Gainesville or to distant points in Alabama or
Mississippi for medical treatment. Hutto, and
other area legislators, have been pushing for
a VA clinic for the past several years.


During November, every
other Tuesday, Nov. 7th and
21st, from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00
p.m., the Reynolds mobile
aluminum recycling unit will
be at the County Dock, 'Boat
Base, Avenue E and Waters-
St.
Reynolds pays the public 17
cents a pound for their alumi-
num beverage cans and other*
clean, household aluminum
items such as pie plates, foil,
frozen food and dinner trays,
dip, pudding and meat con-
tainers.
Dave Vardell, District Ma-
nager, Reynolds Aluminum
Recycling Company, said
"The Holiday Season is rapid-
ly approaching, with plenty of
shopping and entertaining.
.Extra money earned from
recycling household alumi-
num items would certainly be
useful at this time of year."
"Youngsters find recycling
an ideal way to -supplement
. their earnings from babysit-
ting or lawn mowing. While
they're receiving cash for the
holidays, they're helping to
keep their community clean,"
added Vardell.

Winners Named

In Fun Run
Winners of the last .Fun Run
held on October 22 were; 1st
place Fred Kjer of Panama
City, 2nd place Amil Perez of
' Tynldall AFB and 3rd place,
Robert Whittle of Port St. Joe.

CARD OF THANKS
The Gulf County Volunteer
Ambulance Squad received 12
hard hats from Sylvachem
Corporation. These hats are to
be used in emergency situa-
tions involving hazardous sur-
roundings.
Squad members thank the
Sylvachem Corporation for
their generous donation.

Say You Saw It In The Star


OAK GROVE

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Madison Street Phone 229-6271

SUNDAYSERVICES
Sunday School............. ........... 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship......................... 11:00 A.M.
Youth Service ........................... 5:00 P.M.�
Evening Evangelistic Service ........... 6:15 P.M.
Mid-week Bible Study (Wednesday) ....... 7:15 P.M.
Morning Prayer Meeting (Mon.-Fri.) ..... 9:00 A.M.

PASTOR DAVID FERNANDEZ
"Where Eternal Friendships Are Made"


to Colorado
Cpl. Jerry L. Watts, son of
Mrs. Valerie Johnson, 152
Avenue F, Port St. Joe, re-
cently was assigned as a
mortar crewman with the 11th
Infantry at Fort Carson, Colo.
Watts entered the Army in
May 1975.
The corporal received an
associate degree in 1977 from
the University of Hawaii at
Honolulu.


Hot Corned Beef Snack


Cheers Football Fans

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When it comes to football-season appetites, sometimes it's
hard to tell the players from the fans! Whether you're treating
the football stars-of-tomorrow after a practice session, cheering
a televised game or hungrily trooping home from the stadium,
a hot zesty corned beef and cheese sandwich is as welcome as a
touchdown for the home team.
Lean, protein-rich corned beef, handily packed in 12 oz.
cans, blends well with cheddar cheese, mayonnaise, celery and
zippy seasonings to make this hearty bread-spread. Keep some
ready in the fridge for broiling open-face sandwiches in a jiffy
-whenever you want a superlative snack.
Broiled Corned Beef Sandwich


1 can (12 oz.)
Corned Beef
1 cup.shredded cheddar
cheese (4 oz.) ,
1/3 cup mayonnaise or
salad dressing.
2 teaspoons prepared
mustard
Place corned beef in a


1 teaspoon curry powder
1/2 'teaspoon Worcestershire
sauce
Dash liquid red pepper
seasoning
1/3 cup sliced celery
8 slices white bread,
lightly toasted
medium bowl, crumbling with' a


fork. Add cheese, mayonnaise, mustard and seasonings; mix
well. Stir in celery. Top each toast slice with about 1/3 dup of
the mixture; spread evenly bringing filling all the way to edges
of bread. Broil, about 6 inches from heat (or top brown in
toaster oven), for a few minutes, until top is bubbly. Serve hot.
Yields 8 open-face sandwiches.,'
Note: Corned beef filling can be made ahead of time and
refrigerated; then used as needed for quick sandwiches.


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friends
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID.WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.

Nursery Prqvided



You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Jerome Car. ier,
Minister of Music


saying. "If motorists would
extinguish all cigarettes,
matches, cigars and pipes in
the vehicle-ash tray and leave
them there, grass and forest
fires could. be greatly re-
duced."


Sets Meeting
The Port St. Joe Port Autho-
rity will hold a public meeting
at the Port St. Joe Fire Station
Monday, November 13 at 5:00
p.m. to set the final priorities
for a consultant to be chosen to
conduct the Port St. Joe
Feasibility -Study.


Due to the extremely dan-
gerous forest fire potential
created by extended dry wea-
ther. all troopers are being
reminded to look out for
motorists disposing of lighted
matches and cigarettes from
their car said the Florida
Highway Patrol recently.,
Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa-
trol director, issued a special
reminder to all troopers to be
on the lookout for violators of
Chapter 590.10, Laws of Flor-
ida. The law makes it unlawful
for any person to throw or
drop from an automobile or
vehicle, or otherwise, a light-
ed match, cigarette, cigar,
ashes or other flaming or
glowing substance, or any
substance or thing which may
or does cause a forest, grass,
or woods fire.
The Highway Patrol also
warns that cars with a cataly-
tic converter in their exhaust
system which usually oper-
ates at a high temperature
should not be parked on the
shoulder where the grass is
high as some fires are started
in that manner.
The director concluded by


Murphy's Jailbirdls won
three games from Fla. Bank.
Debbie Butler rolled a 492
series and a 179 series for
Murphy's. Jo O'Barr paced
the Bank team with a 460
series and a 173 game.
Bertha Clayton who bowls
for St. Joe Furniture blew the
Alley Kats off the alley with
her blistering games of 206
and 212 and a 585 series for a
four game sweep. Eleanor
Williams paced the hapless
Alley Kats with a 442 series.
The Play Girls finally won
their first four games from
Nash's Seafood. Beth Todd
paced the Play Girls with a 164
game and a 457 series. Cathy
Martin rolled a 406 series for
the Seafood team.
St. Joe Beach Beauty Shop
won four games from Renfro's
with Mary Brown leading the
way with a 188 game and a 463
series. Trudy Pate was high
bowler for Renfro's with a'410


series.
Standings
Fla. Bank
St. Joe Furn.
Bch. Beauty Shop
Alley Kats
Murphy's
Renfro's
Nash's
Play Girls


W L
281/2 7/2
28 8.
25%. 101/2
21 15
19 17
12 24
6 30
4 32


Poncho's and Sylvachem
met on lanes five and six with
each coming out with a two
game win to remain in a first
place tie. Glen Waldo with a
418 series and a 177 game and
-Marguerite Scheffer with a 348
series paced Poncho's. Steve
Wombles had a 202 game and
a 508 series along with Mary
Whitfield with a 397 series for
the Sylvachem team.
St. Joe. Bar took three
games from Highland View
Gulf. Harry Lowry rolled a 512
series with a 214 game also
Cathy Blackburn added a 381
series for St. Joe Bar. Mike
Kirkland .rolled a. 365 series
along with Ginnie Laurimore
who added a 352 series for the
Gulf team.
Varnes Seafood and Ten Pin
Lounge each won two games.
Lonnie and Toby Gray paced


the Seafood team with a 349
and ,378 series, respectively.
Jo O'Barr rolled a 446. series
and a 173 game. Jimmy Kent
added a 430 series.
Lamar Moore rolled a 177
game and a 510 series to lead
Earley's Hardware to' a four
game sweep of the Hickory
House. Norma Hobbs added a
431 series also for Earley's.
Sue Brooks rolled a 423 series
for the Hickory House along
with Paul Bordelon who added
a 345 series.
Standings W... L
Sylvachem 13 7
Poncho's 13 7
10 Pin Lounge 12 8
Earley's 12 8
St. Joe Bar 11 9
Varnes 10 10
H.V. Gulf , 5 15
Hickory House . 4 16

On lanes one and two Won-
der Bar took three games
from Smith Shell. Vicki Park-
er Jed Wonder Bar with a 158
game and a 423 series. Lila
Gibson bowled a 138 game and
a 385 series for Smith Shell.
On lanes three and four H.V.
Motors and Telephone Co.
split two games each. Bertha
Clayton had a 155 game and a
456 series for H.V. Motors.
Cathy Martin had a 159 game
and a 422 series for Telephone
Co.
On lanes five and six Pepsi
Cola took four games from
Cow Girls. Betty Fain had a
170 game and a 438 series for.
Pepsi. Marguerite Scheffer
had- a 141 game and a 363
series for Cow Girls.
On lanes seven and eight
Surefoots took four games
from Ragdolls. Rhonda Gain-
ous had a 136 game and Hanna
Justice had a 382 series for
Surefoots. Marion Deason had
a 150 game and a 409 series for
Ragdolls..


Standings
H.V. Motors
Pepsi Cola
Surefoots
Telephone
Ragdolls
Wonder Bar
Smith Shell
Cow Girls


' L
51/2
7/2
17/2
18
19%
22
25
29


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1978


Geddie ls Active


School Worker


by Martha Sanborn
K Ms. Laura Allen Geddie of
1018 Garrison Avenue, Port St.
Joe is a busy lady. People
connected to education
Throughout Northwest Florida
are aware of her dedication to
education and her ceaseless
, determinationn to make Gulf
County education as effective'
is possible.'
Ms. Geddie was born in
Climax, Georgia. She received
her B.S. degree in elementary
education from P.S.U. in 1956
arid her M.S. degree in library
science from F.S.U. in 1967.
: Her teaching experience
began in Gulf County where
.; she was a classroom teacher
at Port St. Joe Elementary
School from 1952 to 1953. She
became Media Specialist for
-Port St. Joe Elementary in
1956 and held this position
, until 1965.
. From 1965 until 1972 Ms.
,Geddie served at the county
level as Coordinator of Fede-
; al Programs and Special
Programs. She was appointed
1Director of Instruction for
Gulf County in 1972 and served
in this capacity until 1976. In
19 76, she became Director of
Special Services, the position
she'holds at present.

He's One
; Brett Hanson celebrated his
first birthday with a Sesame
Street, Big Bird party at the
home of his grandparents,
Sunday, November 5.
13 rett is the son of Bill and
S Jana Hanson. He is the grand-
-, " sob of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Farris and Mr. and Mrs.
George Hieber of Port St. Joe.




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In 1925 it was possible to
buy an automobile for as
-ittle as $260!


Ms. Geddie is active in
many professional, civic, and
church organizations, and
holds offices or committee
posts in most of them. She is a
member of the Florida Re-
search Development Council,
was a member of Florida,
District 2, Regional Man-
power Planning Board in 1974-
75, and is now secretary of
.Gulf County Planning Com-
missions, a post she has held
since 1974. Some of her church
duties are teacher of Marie
Jones Bible Class, First Uni-
ted Methodist Church, chair-
man of the Administrative
Board, First United Methodist
Church, and she is a member
of the "Committee 100" for
Huntingdon College, a Metho-
dist endowed college.
She is a member of Southern
Association of College
Schools, Executive Council of
the Florida Elementary
Committee, and has held this
position since 1976. *
Gulf County is fortunate to
have an educator who is so
willing to devote her time to
the betterment of her commu-
nity and of her school system.
Ms. Geddie is an active mem-
ber of the Beta Beta Chaptex


f o Delta Kappa Gamma.


BRETT HANSON


"He who has clear ideas can
command." Goethe


Snacking Game


SThree cheers for the peanut butter team! One cheer is for
flavor, one is for nutrition and one is for fun-to-eat. Among
the team's training table favorites are jelly-filled twins. These
tasty cookies capitalize on the winning combination of two
peanut butter cookies sandwiched together with jelly.
Cookies are a natural choice when energy levels are low. By
providing peanut butter cookies for her team, the smart cook
* is :'also sneaking nutrition into the family's snacking game.
That's good strategy as any coach knows. Besides energy,
peanut butter is an excellent source of protein, minerals and
the B vitamins.
Jelly-filled Twins
Yield: About 3 dozen 3-inch cookies
Peter Pan Peanut '1/4 cup honey
Butter, Smooth or 1 egg
Crunchy 1 tablespoon milk
1 stick (1/2 cup) - 1-1/2 cups sifted flour
- margarine 1/2 teaspoon soda
1/2 cup sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt
Jelly or jam
- Cream together 1/2 cup peanut butter, margarine and
sugar. Blend in honey, egg and milk. Sift in flour, soda and
salt; mix well. Form into a log about 15 by 2 inches. Wrap
and chill. Slice dough about 1/8 inch thick and place on un-
greased cooky sheet. Spoon about- 1/2 teaspoon peanut butter
and about 1/4 teaspoon jelly in center of each. Cover with
another slice of dough. Seal edges with fork that has been
dipped in flour. Bake in 3500F. oven for ,10 to 12 minutes.
Le. cool slightly on pan before removing to wire rack.


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MS. LAURA GEDDIE


The introduction of the 1978-
79 Homecoming Court was
presented to students, faculty
and special guests in an
assembly program last Wed-
nesday. Four out of the five
members, of the remaining
class of 1927 were present.
The homecoming queen can-
didates present at the pro-
gram were; Karen Collins-
worth escorted by Kirk Ab-
rams; Stephanie Russ, Ed
Hill; Phoebe Barlow, Tripp
Barrier; Gloria Thompson,
Lyndon Thompson; Kim
Thursday, Buddy Timmons;
Yvonne Guilford, Stan Brant;
Paula Tankersley, Matt
Groom; Lori Heacock, Bob
Jones; Dawana Jacobs, Greg
Cloud;, Lynn Besore, Tommy
Vandavander and Monique
Pierce, Kevin Pettis.
A queen was chosen from
the eleven 'candidates during
h.ilf time ceremonies of Fri-
day night's homecoming
game. Crowned was Miss Lori
Heacock, homecoming queen
of 1978-79.
As usual homecoming in-
volves floats for the parade
and decorating of classroom
doors. This year first prize
float winner was the tenth
grade; second prize float win-
ner was the llth grade, and
third prize float winner was
the ,12th grade.
Door prize winners were:
first prize, Mrs. Arrant's door,
room 104; second prize Mrs.
Williams room 103 and the
library.
Student Council is to be
commended for making the
homecoming of 1978-79 a great
event. -
The National Honor Society
journeyed to Marianna Satur-
day to a district meeting.
While there 'they also toured
the Florida State Caverns,
which is a famous landmark of
Marianna.
The annual College Night
was held Tuesday night. The
purpose of College Night is to


1DAR to Study Old


LChurch Records
In keeping with the 1978-79 Gibson will have a box at the
theme of the National Society meeting for this purpose.
Daughters of the American Hostesses at this time wilr
Revolution, "Building for our be Mrs. W.B. Simmons, Jr.,
Future", the November pro- Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson,
gram of the St. Joseph Bay and Mrs. J.I. Melvin.
Chapter DAR will be about the
S ndl t ht�cr lh l 'records in our


area. The topic, "Churches of
the Past Built to Shape our
Future", will be developed
by Mrs. V.M. Hoffman, of
Apalachicola, Mrs. Max Kil-
bourn, Wewahitchka, and
Mrs. Norvald J. Reppen, Pa-
nama City, at the luncheon
meeting to be held at the
Garden Club on Eighth Street,
November 15 at 12:00 noon. As
usual, the meal will be served
by the Port St. Joe Garden
Club.
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr., Chair-
man of DAR Service for
Veteran Patients, wished to
remind members that No-
vember 11 will be Veteran's
Day, and asks that they bring
suitable gifts to be sent them
in observance of this day. Mrs.


introduce seniors to
,representatives, thus
students the proper cha
decide upon the college
wish to attend.


CAROLYN HARPER


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by Ellen M. Henderson meCare.
college Tomorrow in honor of Vete- pleted
giving ran's Day the NJROTC will Airline
dance to hold a flag raising ceremony ing. C
;e they at the school. All students and Port
faculty are to attend. School



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nces Carolyn Harper,
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
rper, Sr. of White City is
ent graduate of South-
n Academy in Kissim-
olyn successfully com-
a specialized course in
e-Travel Industry Train-
arolyn graduated from
St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
I.


Seniors Have Birthdays


On October 11 ,a birthday
celebration was held for Mrs.
Ruth Beverly, Mrs. Daisey
Avant, and Mrs. Marie Fen-
nell all of North Port St. Joe


and participants of the Senior
Citizens food nutrition pro-
gram.
Party food was enjoyed by
all who attended. Hostesses


for the occasion were Mrs.
Martha Jackson and Mrs.
Portia Byrd.


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Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... 9:45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00AM
EVENINGWORSHIP .................. 7:00PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT.................. 7:00 PM
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NOVEMBER 13, 1978 thru JANUARY 12, 1979
ST. JOSEPH TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY
WILL INSTALL A
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for Their Subscribers
WITHOUT SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGES
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College Courses

Slated for Winter
Gulf Coast Community Col- attend January 10, 1979, regis-
lege will hold registration for tration will be held at the
the winter semester at the beginning of each class on the
local high school on January first night that it meets.
10, 1979, at 7:00 p.m. The
courses that will be offered at Anyone interested in a Bio-
that time are : Accounting 101, logy Lab and Lecture for the
Western Civilization (EUH winter semester, please con-
1000), Art Appreciation (ARH tact Anne traitat229-6983 or
2000) which would satisfy, a Sue Phillips at 229-6243.
basic requirement for Human- _ _ *
cities, Basic Math (MGF 1110),
English 101 (EM 1103), and The Greeks were the first
English 102 (EM 1136). people to pursue mathematics
For those who are unable to as an art for its own sake.

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Public Notice

THE 1978 CERTIFIED TAX ROLL HAS BEEN DELIVERED BY THE
PROPERTY APPRAISER TO THE GULF COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S
OFFICE FOR COLLECTIONS. TAX ROLL INCLUDES COUNTY,
SCHOOL, CITY, FIRE ZONE AND WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
TAXES.

The Tax Collector's Office will begin
receiving payments as of:


November 1,1978

THIS OFFICE IS LOCATED IN GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE WITH
OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 AM to 5 PM, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY.


Discounts Allowed

As Follows


If Paid In: November ....... 4%
December ...... 3%
January .. ...... 2%
February ........ 1%


Delinquent Charges After April 1




Harland 0. Pridgeon

Tax Collector - Gulf County
P. 0. Box 989 - Phone (904) 229-6116
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1978


Donated


wspaper
ant, Roosevelt Beard, with the
help of Mrs. .R. H. Brinson,
Mrs. Charles Browne and
Wayne Childers, have created
"a thing of beauty" for our
area's preserved history. The.
pyracanthas herald fall with
their brilliant red berries. The
date palms planted this year
are growing profusely. The
camelias have shiny waxy
leaves. The grass and all the
plants have a luscious, healthy
look. It is pretty. Go take a
look.


kAt the November fourth
meeting of the St. Joseph
Historical Society, held at the
Corrine Gibson Library, Mrs.
Ralph Swatts, Sr.,, president,
reviewed briefly facts con-
cerning the original Florida
Constitution. There were 56
delegates to the convention.
There are photographs of 16 of
this group that are in the
Corrine Gibson Library.
Mrs. R. H. Brinson reported
that the St. Joseph Historical
Society has, recently had
copies made of these 16 photo-
graphs. Copies were also
made of the photographs por-
traying the .old St. Joseph
i Cemetery before and after
beautification.,
Mrs. Swatts reported that
Mrs. Max Kilbourn gave the
Historical Society a Wewa-
hitchka newspaper dated ,1898
and that it has been treated for
preservation.
The St. Joseph Historical
Society takes great pride in
the present condition of the old
St. Joseph Cemetery. Port St.
SjlJoe Parks Superintendent,
Dorton Hadden and his assist-

Harvest Day

Slated Next

Saturday
Join Faith Christian
School's annual Harvest Day
Festival Sale Saturday, Nov.
18, from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m.
There will be baked goods,.
handicrafts, food, and used
clothes and household items
for sale.
Plan.now to attend. The sale
will be on the corner of Reid
Ave. and 5th St.


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Monday,

Nov. 13


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Circuit Judge Larry Smith, left, adminis- courtroom of the Gulf County Courthouse.
ters the oath to Mel Magidson in the -Star photo

Presbyterian Mel Magidson


Meeting Set
for Sunday
The A.O.H. Smith Chapel
wilf have their end of the year
quarterly meeting November
12th at 12:00 noon with Pastor
Elder Furnell in charge.
Guests will include mem-
bers of the Mt. Carmel Baptist
Church, Rev. L. Baker and
Elder White, Diocese overseer
of. Orlando: Several out of
town guests from Panama
City and Pensacola will also
be in attendance.
The A.O.H. Singing School
will present songs and drama
under the leadership of San-
dra Jones.
Dinner will be served by
members of the A.O.H. con-
gregation at 106 Robbins Ave-
nue.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Atchi-
,son announce the birth of a son"
on Friday, October 13 at
Municipal Hospital. He
weighed seven pounds and 4
ounces and was named James
Robert.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Atchison of Port
St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs.
James .Brodie of Carrabelle.


Monday, Nov. 13
Pizza, buttered mixed vege-
tables, French fries, sliced
peaches, milk,1 and peanut
butter and raisin cookie.
Tuesday, Nov. 14
Fish with catsup, lima
beans, cole slaw, buttered
cornbread, chocolate pudding
and milk.
Wednesday, Nov. 15
Hamburger with cheese, let-


Is New Attorney
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Mel Magidson, Jr., graduate
of Lewis University College of
Law in Glen Ellyn, Illinois
recently took his Oath of
Attorney before Judge Lariry
G. Smith of the 14th Judicial


Circuit.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mel Magidson of Atlanta, Ga.
and the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. C.G. Costin, Sr. of Port
St. Joe.


Kappa Gamma


Hears Candidates


by Martha Sanborn
The Beta Beta Chapter of
Delta Kappa Gamma society
held its first 'meeting of the
school year 1978-79 October 28,
at the Foxfire Restaurant in
Panama City. The meeting
was presided over by Mrs.
Lenday McCain, Bay County
Media Specialist. The devo-
tion was presented by Mrs.
Margaret Biggs, teacher at
Port St. Joe High School.
After the business was com-
pleted, a very informative
program, "Face the Women"
was conducted. Guests includ-
ed Leonard Hall, Rick Seltzer,
Rick Watson representing Ron
Johnson, Donnell Brookins re-
presenting Earl Hutto, and
Warren Briggs. A panel di-
rected questions to these men
and time was allotted for
questions from the floor.
Everyone- agreed that the
direct confrontation with the
candidates made this. pro-
gram beneficial as well as
interesting. After a delicious


tuce, tomato, pickle, French
fries, fruit pie and milk.
Thursday, Nov. 16
Beef on rice, buttered peas,
turnip greens, fruited jello,
cornbread and milk.
Friday, Nov. 17
Turkey and dressing with
gravy, cranberry sauce, green
beans, rolls, apple crisp and
milk.
Menus are subject to change
due to availability of food.


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meal, the meeting was ad--
journed with the next one
scheduled for January.


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Lorin B.
White, Jr., are happy to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Jamie Marie, on
October 23, weighing five


pounds, 12/2 ounces. PFC and
Mrs. White are currently sta-
tioned on the Army post at
Fort Knox, Kentucky.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd F. Pitts and


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Women

Met Mon.
The Women of the Church of
the First Presbyterian Church
met with Mrs. J. R. Smith
Monday, November 6, at 3:00
p.m..
The devotional, based on
Mark, Chapters 1, 9 and 15,
was given by Mrs. Harold
Beyer.
SPlans were completed for
the yard sale to be held at the
church November 11 from
10:00 a.m. til 4:00 p.m. A
pre-sal work party will be
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Sharks Gobble Up Apalachicola 33-0 In Homecoming

Port St. Joe's Sharks cross-' through the center of the line seemed to be the play needed the obvious play to make, the All three attempts were just the 19 yard line. His kick hit shoe for his last field goal THE YARDSTICK
ed the goal line five times last for the final seven yards to and in both instances the field Sharks tried it - three times, barely out of the scoring the cross bar on the goal post attempt of the night. It, too, Ap PSJ
Friday night, while limiting score in three plays. Rick goal would have won the The scoring tactic was tried range, and bounced back into the went just wide of the goal post. 'FirstDowns 3 13
theApalachicola Sharks to a Taylor kicked the extra point football game. So, Friday twice in the third period and Rick Taylor tried his first field. TOMORROW NIGHT Rushing yards 29-13 27-234
total of only 42 yards gained in for the seven point lead. night, when a field goal was once, again in the last stanza, kick in the third period from Since the field goal didn't Tomorrow night, the Sharks Passing yards 29 174


' offense in coasting to a 33-0
* vin. The Port St. Joe team
- based into the win column thus
S ar this season with their
l! . . becoming win Friday. With
S-a record oL. 5-4, the Sharks
have their first chance at a
; winning season for the past
S three years against the ever
S ' tough Blountstown Tigers to
"close out the season tomorrow
night .
Port St. Joe's defense start-
ed off the Shark scoring spree'
SFiday night, when Joey Raf-
field pounced on an Apalachi-
cola fumble on the second play
of the game. Starting from the'
' Apalach 48, Michael Harris
ritipped through the line for
S seven yards Kevin Watts pick-
Sed up four and Dusty May ran


The Sharks were again on
the scoreboard in the first
period, when Rick Taylor hit
Watts in the end zone for an 18
yard scoring strike. Taylor
and Watts had already collo-
borated on a 23 yard pass play
and Watts had ran for 20 yards
to set up the scoring play.
The Sharks owned the foot-'
ball as the second period
started on their own 45 yard
line. The drive for the goal line
- was capped off by a 38 yard:
run by Harris. Two plays
later, Harris had scored on a
seven yard run.
Then the Shark offense be-
gan to experiment. Twice this
season, the Sharks have been
in a position where a field goal


Ronald Pickett (top) Blane Cox smother Apalach runner



Wewa Player Suffers


Broken Neck In Game


, .-,Vic Gilbert was the only
';Shark making the "Jaws
'-Club" this week at the team
trounced the Apalachicola
-Sharks, 33-0. Gilbert received
S the Blue Bomb, Blue Fork,
,Black Gorilla, Black Pride,
.Black Bear Paw, Bingo, Black
Bull, Blue Gorilla,. Bull Ram
and Blue Bull awards for his
-efforts in' Friday night's
' game.
Offensive individual awards
'went as follows: Skull and
Crossbones, Vic Gilbert, block
on punt receiving.
Blue Star in Circle, line film
grade of 70 percent or better:
Carlton Wilkinson, 78 pct. and
S' Ronald Minger, 77 pct.
S Blue Star in Circle, buck
film grade of 80 pct. or better:
S Rick Taylor, 83 pct..
Blue .101, over 100 yards
S rushing, Michael Harris, 143
yards.
Defensive 'individual
awards:
Black Dragon, film grade of
75 pct. or better, Joey Fon-.
"taine, 75 pct.
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Ashley Abrams, interception
and, Joey Raffield, fumble
recovery.-
Black Bear Paw, sack: Rod-
ney Herring, Vic Gilbert, John
Anderson and Chuck Ste-
phens.
Team awards:
Blue Gorilla, awarded to
interior line and fullback when
team dains over 150 yards
rushing: Dusty May, Joey
Raffield, Joey Fontaine, John
Anderson, Tom Bouington,
Ronald Minger, Marvin Sew-
ell, Jerry Shores, Woody
Jones, Tim Pope and Vic
Gilbert.
Blue Ram, awarded interior
linemen when there are no
quarterback sacks: Joey Raf-
field, Joey Fontaine, John-
Anderson, Tom Bouington,
Ronald Minger, Marvin Sew-
ell, Jerry Shores, .Woody
Jones, Tim Pope and Vic
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From the
TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT
Wewahitchka's Tim Strange
'had a message for his team-'
mates.
Strange broke his neck Fri-
day night in a high school
football game at Graceville,
but from his hospital bed he
was still able to remember a
previous'deal. Wewa's players
have agreed to shave their
heads if they make'the play-


Gilbert.
Blue Cyclone, quarterback
and receivers gaining over 150
yards: Rick Taylor, Kevin
Watts, Jeff Wood, Chuck Pol-
lock, Rodney Herring, Ronald
Pickett and Castledera Gant.
Blue Bull, offensive team
,converting on two-thirds of
third or fourth downs: Rick
Taylor, Dusty May, Michael
Harris, Kenny Mason, Joey
Fontaine. John Anderson,
Joey Raffield, Tom Bouing-
ton,' Ronald Minger; Marvin
Sewell, Kevin Watts, Chuck
Pollock, Rodney Herring, Jeff
Wood, Ronald Pickett, Carlton
Wilkinson, Jerry Shores,
Woody Jones, Tim Pope and
Vie Gilbert.
Black Gorilla, holding op-
ponent to less than 100 yards
rushing: May, Gilbert, Pope,
Floore, Stephens, Brown, Bou-
ington, Herring, Wilkerson,
Fontaine, Raffield, Minger
and Sewell.
Black Cyclone, linebackers
for holding opposing team to
less than 50 yards passing:
Pollock, Cox, Sisk, Gant,
Pickett, Abrams, Mason.
Black Pride, defensive team
holding opponents scoreless:
Stephens, Brown, Bouington,
Herring, Wilkerson, Gilbert,
May, Floore, Pope, Raffield,
Fontaine, Minger, Sewell, Pol-
lock, Cox, Sisk, Gant, Pickett,
Mason, Abrams, Anderson.
Blue Bomb, punting team
holds defensive receivers to
less than five yards per run
back: Mason, Watts, Gant,
Pollock, Cox, Jones, Pickett,
Gilbert, Fontaine, Taylor.
Blue Fork, kick-off receiv-
ing team returning for more
than 20 yards per reception:
Watts, Harris, Pickett, May,
Cox, Pollock, Fontaine; An-
derson, Gilbert, Wilkerson
and Shores.


the members of the


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

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


offs and shave the coaches'
heads if they win a champion-
ship.
Doctors took care of
Strange's hair to accommodate
the weights that immobilized
his head, and Wewa Coach
Bobo Owens heard the corner-
back tell some visiting play-
ers: "Men, I've already got
my head shaved. Now it's your
turn." I
Strange, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Strange of Wewa-
hitchka, underwent surgery at
Southeast General Hospital in
Dothan, Ala., late F!riday. A
spokeswoman at the hospital
said his condition had improv-
ed from critical to guarded
early Saturday afternoon.
Strange broke his neck in a
head-on collision with Grace-
ville's quarterback in what
Owens termed one of the
hardest hits he's ever seen.
Owens was near the collision
and immediately rushed onto.
the field.
He said Strange, a 140
pounder, was conscious but
told him, "I can't feel any-
thing. I feel numb all over."
Strange tried to move his
head, the coach said,' but
Owens told him to stay still.
An ambulance was at the field
and took Strange to the hospi-
tal.
Doctors found Strange's spi-
nal cord intact, Owens said,
and reported that he could
move his right arm and hand


Saturday morning. Strange
was in good spirits, but hope
for improvement is on a
, wait-and-see basis, Owens
said.
Wewahitchka, ranked se-
cond in the state in Class A,
won Friday's game 34-6 to up
its record to 7-1.

Raiders


Are Flag


Champs

The Youth Flag Football.
League champions this year
are the Raiders, coached by
Buddy Renfro and Wayne
Parrish. The Raiders finished
the season with a five win and
a one loss record,
The Redskins coached by
Walter Wilder and Joe Whaley
finished second with a four
win and two loss record.
The Vikings coached by Joe
Purswell were third place
with a two win and four loss
record and the Dolphins,
finished in fourth place with a
one win and five loss record.
The Dolphins were coached by
Ted and'Greg Cannon.

"Exuberance is beauty."
William Blake


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work, on their very next
possession, the Sharks were 35
yards from paydirt and Taylor
unloaded to Jeff Wood in the
end zone for another TD. The
Taylor to Wood pass combina-
tion worked all night long and
was mainly responsible for the
Sharks' 174 yards through the
air.
Taylor, who is normally
right on target with his point
after kick, missed his third
attempt in as many tries,
leaving the score at 26-0.
Another field goal attempt
two-thirds of the way through
the third period went just wide
of the -uprights to miss.
Late in the third period.
Chuck Stevens caught the'
Apalach quarterback,' Stacy
Kirvin, back on his own 10
yard line and dumped him.
SApalach got off a quick punt,
which squirted off the kicker's
foot and landed on the Apalach
23 yard line. On the first play
from scrimmage, Vic Gilbert,
who normally doesn't carry
the ball, raced up the middle
on the first play for a 23 yard
scoring gallop; his first points
of the season.
. There's where the scoring
ended, with the Sharks picking
up a 33-0 win.
The Sharks put on a scoring
drive in the last period, start-
ing at the Apalachicola 45.
Taylor tossed a 10 yard pass to
Jeff Wood and a 15 yard aerial
to Blaine Cox to put the Sharks
on Apalach's 17 yard line.
Three attempts at advancing
fell short of the first down, so
Taylor unlimbered his kicking


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oVic Gilbert earning his "Jaws" award


Vic Gilbert Makes Sharks'


IJaws Club" This Week


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756

SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ....... 10:00A.M.
ADULT SUN DAY SCHOOL CLASS .... 11:00A.M.

Welcome to Everyone
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Phone 648-5205


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1978


AGII' SIX











THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1978


PAGE SEVEN


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221 9th St., 2 bdrm, I bath,'
complete w stove, refrig.,
dishwasher, 2 window a-c's,
curtains and carpets. New
panelling, new plumbing,
screen porch.


3 bedroom frame house in
Oak Grove, located on lola St.,
price reasonable. Call 229-7222
days or 229-6300 nights.
tfc 7-27


Two large corner lots for
sale at Ward Ridge. Call 229-
8092. 4tp 10-26

Say You Saw It In The Star


We're Here For You. T
Each office is independently owned and operated.

E. B. MILLER REALTY


PORT ST. JOEI


Price Reduced-131d Monu-
ment. Corner lot 146x224'. 3
bdrm, 1 bath, living rm w-
fireplace, den, dining rm,
double garage. $21,500 VA
assumable mtge. at 71/ per-
cent interest.

1023 Woodward, quiet resi-
dential neighborhood, 3
bdrm, 1 bath home on 2 lots,
refrigerator, range, furnace
& window a-c.


Large, comfortable, older
house -on 2 lots. 4 bdrms, 2
baths, big den, liv. rm, din.
rm, new roof, 1201 Palm
Blvd. Price reduced $5,000--
now $30,000.


523 7th St.-2 bdrm., r1bath
home, living rooni-dining
with extra room, can be
third bedroom or den. $18-
950.


BEACHES


Charming 3 bdrm, 2 bath
home on canal, boat dock,
large patio, cypress & chain
link fencing, cen. h&a, Ig. 2-
car garage, carpet & vinyl
thruout.

& St. Joe Beach home on cor-
ner lot. 2 bdrm, I bath, new
12x19' den. I block from the
beach. $15,000.

New 3 bdrm 2 bath brick
home with added den &
utility rm., fireplace, cen-
tral h&a, carpeted thruout,
refrig. & stove. 7th St.,
Mexico Beach.

One block from U.S. 98,
older 3 bdrm mobile home
on excellent 75 x 150' lot in
Mexico Beach, $12,000.00.
7th St.

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

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, I bath
home with large spacious
den, lot beautifully land-
scaped. Pine St. 1,,2 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.

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.


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

Mexico Beach, nice corner
lot with 2 bdrm. mobile
home, furnished, city water,
, quiet area, $11,500.

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.

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.

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.

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
enclosed with privacy fence
off living area. Lovely en-
trance patio. Lots of arches
and genuine tile roof. Spac-
ious 2 car garage.

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

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.


ION B. MILLER, REAL


Income, duplex, 2 bdrm, 1
bath, liv-rm, kitchen-dining
comb. up & down. 22812 7th
St. Bargain. $15,000.00.

3 bdrm, living, dining, stor-
age room (can be made into
nice den, utility room, nice
neighborhood on 2 lots, 1017
Woodward.

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

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


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.


WHITE CITY
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-13/4 acres.
Over 3,500 sq. ft. of living
area. This one is two homes
in one-3 bdrms, 2 baths,
liv. rm, din. rm, kitchen and
den in main area and under
same roof a lovely apart-
ment w. liv. rm-din. rm, kit-
chen combination. Large
bath and dressing rm area.
Central heat and air, city
water.

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.
1'2 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.

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


Patty Miller - Associates - Sherrie Zyski

648-5011 After Hours 229-8494

1829 Hwy. 98 - MEXICO BEACH

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


FOR SALE
WHY PAY RENT? We can
sell this 3 bedroom house in
very good condition for only
$700.00 down plus closing
cost. Contains large sewing
room or utility room, plenty
of storage, carport, screen-
ed porch. FHA approved.
Refrigerator and stove in-
cluded. 515 Eighth Street.

3 bedroom masonry home, 1
bath, living-kitchen with
fireplace, living room &
den. Excellent neighbor-
hood. 125'x225' corner lot.
HANNON INSURANCE
AGENCY
FRANK HANNON, Broker
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133
3tc 11-9


NOTICE
I will no longer be respon-
sible for any debts incurred by
anyone other than myself.
Effective date, Thursday, Oc-
tober 26, 1978.
LARRY YOUNG
4tp-10(-26

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

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

FOUND: 1 pair glasses,
across from The Star, and in
front of Creech's Laupdro-
mat. Call 227-1278.






The greatest reliable age re-
ported for a monkey is about
46 years for a male mandrill
baboon named "George."


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!

227-1151


Sears Catalog Sales
Leon Pollock. Owner
410 Reid Avenue


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

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


"Ithink it was something I are."



kills bugs for

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


"-.3


MISCS.FO At


YARD SALE: 3 families.
Clothes, toys, books, old dish-
es, etc. Charles Ave., White
City. Monday, Nov. 13, 9 till.

1974 Harley Davidson 1200
cc, Super Glide. Call 229-6672
or see Jerry Tuttle. 4tc 11-9

Mini-bike, 312 h.p., 20" bi-
cycle (like new), 1 10' Jon
boat, 12' flounder boat. For
information call 229-8448.
2tc 11-9

BENSON'S PATIO SALE-
AT MEXICO BEACH, Sat. &
Sun., Nov. 11 & 12, 9-4. No
clothing. Wine glasses, acces-
sory pieces, all kinds of serv-
ing pieces, etc. Some small
appliances, materials for hob-
bies, jewelry, lots of things for
Christmas gifts. Turn at blink-
ing light, 113 W. Circle Dr.

YARD SALE, Friday, Nov.
10, 527 7th St., 9-6. Pottery,
depression glass, clothes,
toys. Itc 11-9

1975 Honda MC 360 cc, very
good condition, low mileage,
$825. 229-6132. tfc 11-9

17 cu. ft. white Westing-
house refrigerator, runs good,
$35. Phone 227-1490. ltc 11-9

Brown Early American
couch and chair, $25. 648-5032.
ltp 11-9

, Mayhan papershell pecans.
In shell or shelled out. Call 227-
1489. 2t11-9

1977 Olds Cutlass, original
owner V-6, $4,500. Conn elec-
tric organ $1,750; 12 ga. double
barrel $75; stereo Magnavox,
Early American $100. 648-5183.
Itp 11-9

One 18' shrimp net complete
with doors and mud rollers
and 200' of tow line. Set and'
ready to use, in new condition.
Built by Rhodes Net Shop.
$150.00. 648-5056, Mexico
Beach. Itp 11-9

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


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

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


FILL DIRT
Front End Loader
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SON


229-6018


Carpentry Wor
Reasonable ]
Jimmy Johr
Phone 229-8


Yard Sale: November 11, 10
till 4, Presbyterian Church by
Women of the Church. 2tp 11-2

Electric range with double
ovens, $15. 229-6929. tfc 11-2

Used Homes - New Selec-
tions, double-wide and single
wide. Call Dot Sanders or Jan
Rumsey at 763-0751 or 769-
1544. 2tc 11-2

Moving, must sell-20x32',
houseboat with screened-in
porch, new cypress deck,
aluminum siding, $2,500. 14'
tri-hull boat, 50 h.p. Mercury,
$1,200. Call 227-1270.
tfc 10-26

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Cakes for any oc
Sewing and alterat
almost anything. My
are reasonable and m
taste great!! Call
after 5. weekdays, a
weekends.


MASONRY WOR
Brick & Block
15 years experien
Phone 229-8552


CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Septic tanks cleaned out.
Phone 229-8227
tfc 12-22


LEWIS FLOOR CLEA
All Types
229-6482 or 229-644


Psychological Servi
tfc 3-31 anyone with problems
to-day living. Gulf
rk Done Guidance Clinic, Port
Rates 227-1145. (24 hr.)


nson
8757
tfc 2-2


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


Complete Wood St
Custom Cut Lumi
Want to Do It Your
Then come see us f
ley tools, hardware, p
paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardwar
Building Supply
Hwy 98 W.
tfc 8-5


Custom-made wooden name
plaques, for mail boxes, front
gates, door posts, etc.. Econo-
my Motors & Garden Center,
301 IIwy. 98. 1. 229-6001.
New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tills
and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center. 301 Hlwy. 98. HV.
229-6001. tfc 4-28

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






2 bdrm, cent. h&a, washing
machine, w-to-w carpet, com-
pletely furnished, 11/2 baths.
Nice Gulf view. Very reason-
able, $165 mo. Call 648-5635.


3 bdrmr, 2 bath brick home
in White City. $150 month. $100
damage deposit. Call 227-1270.
tfc 11-9

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,
BreeeieCamipsite. 29-&10o.t 83
tfc 8-31


tfc 10-23 2 bdrm. furnished
----- ment, will be vacated A
occasion. All utilities include
ions on Breeze Campsite. 229-i
y prices
ny cakes
229-6154 For carpets cleaned I
ny time , professionals do it-at
tfc 8-17 tion of the cost, rent R
Vac, the portable stea
I pet cleaning system.
able at Western Auto,
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave


IK No need for wet carpe
clean them with HOS
ce rooms right away.
machine. St. Joe Fu
2tp 11-9 227-1251.


-E. PP


Own your own be
kNING Jean and Fashion Shop
ing the latest in F
tf 9-20 Jeans, Sportswear,
tf9-20 Apparel, Costume Je
and other related fa
ces for You may select your
in day- ning inventory from o
County Nationally known b
St. Joe. $15,500.00 includes be
inventory, training a
tures. You may hav
hop store open in as little
ber days. Call collect for M
self? kerson: (501) 329-8326.


or Stan-
aneling,

re&

227-1763


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
Installation In Port St. Joe
Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office


apart-
Aug. 31.
,d. Ski
6105.
tfc 8-31

the way.
a frac-
Rinse N
im car-


HELPANTED


Helped wanted for oyster
bar, 227-1228. tfc 11-2

FLORIDA AREA I
FOUNDATION
FOR
PROFESSIONAL STAN-
DARDS REVIEW, INC.
IS ACCEPTING RESUMES
FOR THE FOLLOWING
POSITIONS:
MANAGER OF INSTITU-
TIONAL REVIEW: R.N. or
A.R.T. with knowledge of
PSRO review, MCE studies,
profile analysis analysis and appro-
priate laws, regulations, and
issuances. Must have held
supervisory positions and
possess initiative and enthu-
siasm. Salary range: $15k to
$18k.
REGIONAL REVIEW CO-
ORDINATOR: for the follow-
ing cities: Pensacola, Talla-
hassee and Panama City. R.N.
or A.R.T. with knowledge: of
PSRO review, including cri-
teria, LOS assignment, cod-
ing, some MCE, preferably
with experience in meeting
management report writing,
training and problem identifi-
cation. In-area travel rxe-
quired. Salary range: $12k to
$14k.
DATA BASE MANAGER:
B.S. or equivalentin systems
and statistics with experience
in health information, collec-
tion, processing, and analy-
sis. Experience as program-
mer or analyst helpful. We
subcontract hardware. Must
have potential for organiza-
tion management exceeding
these primary duties. Salary
range: $15k to $18k. "
COMMUNICATOR-PLAN-
NER: A person to provide
management responsibilities
in technical and report writ-
ing, newsletters, internal and
external communication as
'well a" experience i- poten-
tial in educational coordina-
tion. Need analytical person
for document control, plan-
ning and development. Salary
range: $11lk to $13k.
GOOD FRINGE BENEFITS
MAIL RESUMES TO P. 0.
BOX 1758, PANAMA CITY,
FL 32401, EQUAL OPPOR-
TUNITY EMPLOYER.
It 11-9


Avail- Gulf County Adult Activity
, phone Center has six (6) temporary
openings for a CETA Title VI
tfc 3-16 Renovation Project:
Construction Supervisor -
ets. Dry (1) - $4.50 per hr.
T. Use Carpenter Helpers - (3) -
Rent $3.50 per hr.
rniture, Plumber Helper - (1) - $3.50
tfc 10-23 per hr.
Electrician helper - (1) -
E $3.50 per hr.
Some tools and training will
be provided. G.C.A.A.C. is an
equal opportunity employer.
Call 229-6327 for information.
autiful Elgibility will be determined
p, offer- by Florida State Employ-
'ashion ment Service, 401 Long Ave-
Ladies nue, and is based on length of
awelry, unemployment and income
ishions. level.


begin-
ver 135
)rands.
ginning
nd fix-
e your
e as 15
Ir. Wil-
Itp


m:



Wanted to Buy: Pool table in
good condition. Call 229-6343
after six p.m.


1973 Ford LTD, 4 dr., air
cond., ps & pb, am-fm stereo,
vinyl top and seats, good cond.
229-6438 after 5 p.m.
2tc 11-9

1975 Buick Regal, an" 'i,
a-c, power steering, new eng-
ine, book price $3,700, asking
$3,300. Phone 229-6979.
tfc 10-12

1976 Ford Custom 500, 460
V-8, dual exhaust, oat, ac,
engine and interior in excel-
lent cond., exterior needs
paint. Will sell as is $1,350 or
with paint job, $1,500. 229-6929.
tfc 11-2


Egg protein is so near per-
fection that scientists often
use it as a standard to mea-
sure the value of protein in
other foods.


V*


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


SERVICES










PAGE EIGHT


PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla.


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,Make certain your children are cap-
able of'exerting their best effort this
(school year by having your family
physician give them a complete
physical examination. And if he
should prescribe for your child,
come to us where you'll find per-
sonal service devoted to the good
health of you and your family.
YOUR A A , PHARMACY
BUZZETT'S
DRUG STORE
Ph. 227-3371 317 Williams
;u^KH^M rMrXMrH


Russian scientists have recent-
Sly obtained a U.S. patent
for synthetic caviar.


WEBELOS-Left to right:. Herman McFarland, Tommy Johnson, Marty Perry
Jones, Richard Coffey, Fred Cramer, Tim and Cecil Lyons. -Star photo


Cubs, Webelos Receive


.Don't Miss

the Boat


While you. are
reading this
ad items in
our show "
window are being

Reduced 00 Each

All items are now selling at
less than cost

COME IN AND BROWSE



St. Joe Furniture
205-207 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1251




We Will Be


Closed


Monday,


Nov. 13










to Honor Our Veterans,

B Florida First

National Bank

Oat Port St. Joe --,-

SPhone 229-8282 FDIC
LENDER l os, nsua, cal po. 'on


Badges,
November 2, the Dens of
Troop 47 held a fall carnival
for each other. Each Den had
a booth for all the boys to
enjoy.
Den 1 had carnival golf and
a cupcake walk; Den 2 had
clothes pin in the bottle; Den 3
had the candle shoot out; Den
4 had a ring toss; and Webelos
Den 1 had the Clown throw,
helium balloons and wet
sponge throw at another cub.
The boys and their parents
enjoyed the various activities
and games.,
Badges were also given to
boys who had earned them in
the month of October. Several
of the new scouts have been


Bottle Collectors
Reorganizing
The St.. Andrew Bottle Col-
lectors Association will hold a
re-organizational meeting on
Saturday, November 11 at 6:30
p.m. CST 'at 'the Salvation
Army on 700 Jenks Ave. in
Panama City.
Bob Hoxie, a member of.
the Panama City Police Dept.,
will present a show and tell
program.
All interested persons are
invited. For more inform.
tion, callErnest Langford at
904-769-7721.

Clothing Left at

Football Field'
There 'are several nice
pieces of boys apparel in the
Recreation Department Office
which were picked up at the
youth Flag Football field. If
you left clothing out there,
please come by and identify it
and you can 'have it. Call
229-6119 if you have questions.

"A" is the first letter of every
alphabet except the old Ger-
man, in which it is the fourth,.
and the Ethiopian, in which
it is the 13th!


GARAGE SALE
1302 Constitution

Sat., Nov. 11
9:30 till


, Awards
working on their Bobcat bad-
ges and the older members on
their Wolf badges. Some We-
belos received Citizenship and
Artist pins that they worked
on in October.
The annual Rocket Derby
will be held Saturday, No-
vember 11 on the vacant lot
behind City Hall on Reid
Avenue starting at 1:00 p.m.
This is a father, son project
that they build together from
kits. Any Cub can get one from
their Den Leader for $1.00.
The District meet will be in
Panama City on the 18th of
November.
All Cub Scout mothers are
reminded to bring baked
goods for the Bake Sale to be
held at the Rocket Derby. The
public is invited to watch the
rockets race. Refreshments
will be available to purchase
as well' as many tasty baked
goods to take home. Proceeds
will be used by the Cubs in
their many activities. Please
plan to attend and support the
Cub Scouts.

Public

Notices
BID NO. 246
The City of Port St. Joe
requests bids for twenty (20)
1500 watt metal halide fix-
tures, lamps and mounting
brackets. Bid opening will be
held November 21, 1978. Speci-
fications may be obtained
from the City Clerk's Office,
P. 0., Box A, :Port St. Joe,
Florida.
BID NO. 247
The City of Port St. Joe
requests bids for chain link
fence, 11 gauge, triple dipped
galvanized steel. Bid opening
will be held November 21,
1978. Specifications may be
obtained from the. City Clerk's
Office, P. 0. Box A, Port St.
Joe, Florida.
C. W. BROCK,
City Auditor and Clerk
2t-11-9
PUBLIC NOTICE
A summary of the adopted
budget of the Gulf County
Board of County Commission-
ers for the fiscal year October
1, 1978, to September 30, 1979,
is on file in .the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office, County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida. The summary contains
the proposed use of all funds,
specifically General Revenue
Sharing and Anti-Recession
Fiscal Assistance, and is
available for.inspection by the
Public.
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Gulf County Vote by Precinct - Less Absentees i


GOVERNOR
Graham-Mixson -............
Eckerd-Hawkins ............
SECRETARY OF STATE
George Firestone ...........
Ander Crenshaw ............
TREASURER & INSURANCE
Bill Gunter .............
Jeff Latham ................
COMM. OF EDUCATION
Ralph Turlington ...........
Herman B. Williams ........


1 2
317 . . . 213. ..
170... 130..


3
130 . . .
43 ...


4 5
47 ... 109 . . .
26... 79...


6
103.
41...


7
103 . . .
131 ..


8
354...
57...


9
255 ...
143...


10'
262...
176....


11 Total
304 ... 2,197
232 ... 1,228


259 ... 176 ... 100 ... 44 . .. 111 ... 89 ... 111... 292 ... 164 ... 259 ... 330 ... 1,935
121 .... 82... 38.. . 19... 46.. 28... 90... 49... 102... 128... 154... 857

327... 231... 118... 49... 130... 107... 146 ... 300... 223... 312... 376.... 2,319
37... 26... 15... 11... 22... 13... 47... 31... 32... 62... 73... 369


246 ... 186 . 41... 43 ... 91 ... 79 ... 117 ... 274 ... 169 ... 239 ... 302 ... 1,787
76 ... 48. . . 25. .. 13 . . . 39 . . . 30 . . . 66. .. 41 ... 57 ... 100 .. 113 ... 608


AMENDMENT ONE- BASIC DOCUMENT
Y es ......... . ............ 29 ... 28 ... 12 ... 6 ... 4 ...
N o . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... 380 ... 253 ... 141 ... 62 ... 182 . . .
AMENDMENT TWO - SEX
Yes .................. . 58... 51... 36... 11... 19..
No ........... ........... 363 ... 246 ... 128 ... 61... 177 ..
AMENDMENT THPEE - SINGLE-MEMBER DISTRICTS
Y es .......... . .......... . 34 ... 29 ... 11 ... 8 ... 10 ..
No ...................... 376... 252... 143... 62 ... 177..\.
AMENDMENT FOUR - ABOLITION OF CABINET
Yes .................... . 19... 13... 9... 4 . 8..-.
No ..................... . 390... 272... 145... 67... 184-...
AMENDMENT FIVE - APPOINTED PUBLIC SERVICE COMM.
.Y es ..... .. I. . ... . .. .... 29 ... 20 ... 13 ... 6 ... 8 ...
N o ........... .. ............ 377 ... 259 ... 140 ... 64 ,.. 182 ....


AMENDMENT SIX- MERIT RETENTION
Y es . ... . . .................. 34 .. 33 ...
N o . .. . .............. . . : ... 375 . . . 247 . . .
AMENDMENT SEVEN - TAXES
Yes . ......... .............. 71 ... 64 ...
No .......... ... .......... .. 346 ... 227 ...

AMENDMENT EIGHT - EDUCATION
Y es ......... : ............. 27 ... 23 . .
No .......................... 380 ... 259 . .
AMENDMENT NINE - CASINO GAMBLING
Y es .... . . ........ ......... . 71 . . . 42 . . .


6... 19 ... 71... 9 ... 40... 27 ... 251
136 . . 199 . . 178 ... 272 .. . 378 .. 465 ... 2,646

12... 36... 97... 28,.. 5... 62... 415
134... 186... 170... 258... 399... 452... 2,574

5... 20 ... 66... 16... 44... 38... 281
135 .... 201... 177 ...264... 363.... 459... 2,609

3 ... 11... 44... 7 ... 31... 19 ... 168
138... 211 ... 194... 276 ... 380... 484... 2,741

3 .... 12 ... 48 ... 7 ... 9 ... 26 ... 181
135... 208... 181... 276... 395... 471... 2,688


21 ... 8 . . . 11 ... 7 ... 18 . . . 56 . . . 16 ... 7 . . . 35 ... 246
133 ... 62 . . . 178 .:. 135 ... 203 ... 180 ... 263 ... 403 ... 458 ... 2,637
f
23 ... 13... 18 ... 13... 39... 77... 20... 25 ... 48,.. 411
135... 61... 175... 128... 181... 171... 256... 381... 448 ... 2,509

11 . . . 3 . . . 7 . . . - 3 . .. 16 . . . 51 . . . 9 . . . 40 . . . 21 . . . 211
144 ... 68 ... 179 ... 134 ... 202 ... 183 ... 273... 378 ... 475 ... 2,675

27 . . . 14 ... 16 . . . 11 ... 29 . .. 74 . . 27 . . . 11 ... 57 . .. 379


No ......................... 386 ... 278 ... 143 . . . 59 ... 181 ... 131 . . . 200 . . . 252 .. 272 . . . 402... 473 ... 2,777


U. S. CONGRESSIONAL DIST. ONE
Earl Hutto .... .......... . 406 ... 305 ... 143.
Warren Briggs ............. 74 ... 39 ... 26...


56... 177... 129... 172... 378... 251... 352... 438... 2,807
14... 24... 19... 58... 38... 51... 78... 92... 513


JUDGE WOODROW MELVIN, 1st DIST. U.S. COURT OF
APPEAL
For Retention ............... 49... 39... 22... 14... 34... 18.:. 47... 57...
Against Retention .......... 136... 97 .'.. 46 ... 29... 56.... 52... 76... 85...


42... 77... 111... 510
93 ... 117.. . 147 ... 934


- From Page 1 - operation did not have the meeting Tuesday. ' "" -^ L txu ._
approval of the public school Mayor Pate advised the --
system, group to meet with the recrea- .*' �- - . ,- --
S When asked who was spon- tion committee in North Port
P la, I n t scoring the operation, Jones St. Joe, with Commissioner Some cicadas live under-
said "a group of interested James B. Roberts present.and ground for 17 years, then
themselves and get ready for citizens". Fdor of those citi- see if something could be emerge for a few weeks Ao
public schools". He said his zens were with him at the worked out. sunshine before dying.


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FANCY FRUIT CAKES


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1978


Homecoming Activity Scenes


PAGE TEN


Four members of the first
graduating class of Port St.
Joe High School, the Class of
1927, were honored at home-
coming ceremonies held Wed-
nesday morning at the high
school.
Pictured at left are the
honored guests, along with
members of the Student Coun-
cil.
The honored guests, front
row, were: from left, Mrs.
Mark Tomlinson (Elizabeth
Jones), Mrs. Charles Browne
(Ida Ethel Kilbourn), Mrs.
Ralph Swatts, Sr. (Maybel
Stone) and Morgan Jones.
Back row, from left: Dianne
Graham, Paula Tankersley,
Principal Edwin Williams,
Dusty May, Kesley Colbert,
Student Council sponsor, Les-
lie Cosfin and Donna Patter-
son.
There were nine members
in the original Class of 1927,
five of which are still living.
Four of these live here in Port
St. Joe, and all have been out-
standing contributors to the
growth and prosperity of Port
St. Joe in the fifty-one years
since their graduation.
-Star photos


First Place Float - Sophomore Class


Second Place Float - Junior Class


Josh. Colbert, Crown Bearer - Dona Earley, flower Girl


NSR JoeTaylor

Completes Cycl

Navy Seaman Recruit Joe
D. Taylor, son of W.A. and
Ruth Taylor of 218 Sixth St
Port St. Joe, has completed
recruit training at the Nava


'Trainiing Center in Orlahdo,
During the eight week traiif-
ing cycle, trainees studied
� general military subjects de-
signed to prepare them for
e, further academic, and on-the-
d job training in one of the
Navy's 85 basic occupational
d fields.
1 Included in their studies


,were seamanship, close order
'drill, Naval history and first
aid. Personnel who, complete
this course of instruction are
eligible for three hours of
college credit in Physical
Education and Hygiene.
A 1977 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School he joined the
Navy in August 1977. * '


NJROTC Presents Colors


Public Notices


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or corpora-
tion interested in selling the County the
* following described personal property:
One Trpck Type Diesel Tractor.
The following used equipment will be
traded on the new tractor: One D6 Cater-
pillbr, serial No. 9U27965. This tractor
may be inspected at the Gulf County
Road Shop, Monday through Thursday,
Wewahitchka, Fla.
The Board of County Commissioners
wish to consider two payment plans
including a full cash payment upon
delivery and the other payment in two
equal annual installments.
Delivery date must be specified.
Liquidated damages for failure to
deliver unit on specified date will be set
at $5.00 per day. Specifications may be
obtained from the Clerk of Circuit Court,
Gulf County Courthouse, 1000 5th St.,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
Bids will be received until 9:00 o'clock
A.M., E.S.T. November 14, 1978, at the
officeof the Clerk of Circuit Court,. P.O.
Box 968, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456. The
Board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
-s- Jimmy 0. Gortman, Chairman
2t 11.2

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 Im-
provement Trust Fund of the State of
Florida will, pursuant to Sections 253.47
*through 253.61, inclusive, Florida Stat-
utes, offer for sale and receive com-
petitive 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-wit:
LEASE NO. 3047- D.O;T.
Right of Way for State Highway 381
and 381 Leg "A" crossing Sections
18, 19, 20, 28, 29, 32, 33 and 34, Town-
ship 5 South, Range 9 West, Gulf
County. 80.10 surface acres, 80.10
net mineral acres. Location of drill-
ing structures on .the right 'of way
will be prohibited. Any drilling con.-
nected with this lease will be per-
formed in adjacent "pooled" area.
The Board of Truste4s 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 rent of $3.50 per
net mineral acre for the area described
above, the annual rental to increase by
five percent of such original 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 Norphlet Formation. The primary
term of the lease will be five (5) years. A
surety bond of $50,000 will 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, showing
lease 'umber and date of sale, and
accompanied by certified or cashier's
check made payable to the Department
of Natural Resources, Bureau of State
Lands, for the. full amount of the cash
consideration offered as bid.
Each bidder shall include as part of
the' bid a certified statement as to any
lease holdings regarding oil, gas, or
minerals the bidder has which were
granted by the State or any agency of the
State. Such statement shall also include
number and identification of such leases
issued and the State agency which issued
the lease or leases.
This notice is also published in com-
pliance with Section 253.115, Florida
Statutes. Written objections concerning
the proposed lease shall be filed with Mr.
Daniel S. Meisen, Department of Nat-
ural Resources, Crown Building, 202
Blount Street, Tallahassee, Florida
32304, within thirty (30) days after the
date of first publication of this notice.
Sealed bids may be filed in the Bureau
of State Lands, Department of Natural
Resources, Crown Building, Tallahas-
see, Florida 32304, in advance of the sale
date hereinafter stated or may be'
presented to the Board at its meeting on
said date in advance of the opening of the
bids. The sealed bids will be opened and
read at the public meeting of the Board
of Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Trust'Fund on December 5, 1978 at 10:00
a.m. E.S.T. in Tallahassee, Florida. The
Board reserves the right to reject any
bid. . .
BY ORDER of the Board of Trustees
of the Internal Improvement Trust
Fund.
Reubin O'D. Askew, Governor
Attest: Harmon W. Shields,
Executive Director 4t 11-2

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
INVITATION TO BID FOR A STATE
OILAND 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 com-
petitive 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-wit:
LEASE NO. 3048
Sovereignty lands lying within the
Chipola River as it flows through
Sections 16, 17, '21, 27, 28 and 34,
Township 5 South, Range 9 West,
Gulf County, Florida. 171.7 surface
acres, 171.7 net mineral acres. Drill-
ing in the river will be prohibited,
but minerals would be included in a
"pooled" area -160 acre drilling unit
in which such river bottoms are sit-
uated.
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 $3.50
per net mineral acre for the area


described above, the annual rental to
increase by five percent of such original
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 depthof 6,000 feet or deep enough to
test the Smackover Formation. The
primary term of the lease will be five (5)
years. A surety bond of $50,000 will 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 Build-
ing, Tallahassee, Florida 32304. The
successful bidder will be required to pay
all cost of legal advertisement in coq-
nection with this lease sale. All bids
must be in a sealed envelope marked
SEALED BID - STATE OIL AND GAS
LEASE. . GULF COUNTY, showing
lease number and date.of sale, and
accompanied by certified or ashier'ss
check made payable to the Department
of Natural Resources, Bureau of State
Lands, for the full amount of the cash
consideration offered as bid.
Each bidder shall include as part of
the bid a certified statement as to any
lease holdings regarding oil, gas, or
minerals the bidder had which were
granted by the State or any agency of the
State. Such statement shall also include
number and identification of such leases
issued and the State agency which issued
the lease or leases.
This'notice is also published in com-
pliance -with Section 253.115, Florida
Statutes. Written objections concerning
the proposed lease shall be filed with Mr.
Daniel S. Meisen, Department of Nat.
ural Resources, Crown Building, 202
Blount Street, Tallahassee, Florida
.32304, within thirty (30) days after the
date of first publication of this notice.
Sealed bids may be filed in the Bureau
of State Lands, Department of Natural
Resources, Crown Building, Tallahas-
see, Florida 32304, in advance of the sale
date hereinafter stated or may be pre-
sented to the Board at its meeting on
said date in advance of the opening of the
bids. The sealed bids will be opened and
read at the public meeting of the Board
of Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Trust Fund on December 5, 1978 at 10:00
a.m. E.S.T. in Tallahassee, Florida. The
Board reserves the right to reject any
bid.
BY ORDER of the Board of Trustees
of the Internal Improvement Trust
Fund.
Reubin O'D. Askew, Governor
Attest: Harmon W. Shields,
Executive Director 4t 11-2
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS
NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, Glen F. Combs and Wood-
row A. Jones desire to engage in
business under the fictitious name of St.
-Joe Custom Builders, P.O. Box 456, Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456 in Gulf County.
Notice is further given that the
undersigned intends to register such
fictitious name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of such county.
Dated this October 2, 1978.
Owners and extend of interest: Glen F.
Combs, 50 percent and Woodrow A.
Jones, 50 percent. 4tc 10-26


Third Place Float - Senior Class




County Farm Bureau Recognized


State-Wide for Member Development


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Gulf County Farm Bureau was recog-
nized for continuous county membership
development at Florida Farm Bureau Fede-
ration's (FFBF) 37th annual convention at
Sheraton Twin Towers, Orlando, Oct. 29-31.
County president, L.L. Lanier, accepted the
plaque for 10 years continuous membership
growth, adding significantly to FFBF's
membership drives for the last 10 years.
"Our membership for the 37th consecu-
tive year showed a gain over the proceeding
year," said FFBF Assistant to the President
Dennis Emerson. "We recorded over 79,610
member families this year," continued
Emerson, "maintaining our status as the


state's largest farmer organization and
enhancing our ability to represent the state's
largest industry, agriculture."

Other counties recognized for outstanding
membership efforts included: Dade, most r
new members (1,337) and highest numerical
gain over quota (1,011); Jefferson, highest
percentage gain over quota (137 percent);'
Alachua and Nassau, 15 years' continuous
growth; Bay, Charlotte, Leon, Pinellas,4
Wakulla and Washington for 10 years'
continuous -growth; Flagler, Gadsden,
Glades, Jackson, Okaloosa and Pasco for five
years' continuous growth.


Church Cage League Forming


There will be an organiza-
tional meeting Monday, Nov.
13 at 7:00 p.m. upstairs in the
city hall. The meeting will be
for the purpose of forming
open league and church
league teams in basketball
this fall and winter.
Length of season, number of


games per week, official's
fees, basic rules and regula-
tion, entrance fees, etc. will be
discussed. All managers,
sponsors, and interested par-
ties are invited to attend. Call
229-6119 for suggestions or
questions related to this sub-
ject.


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Home-Grown Vine-Ripe
QUINCY TOMATOES


FRESH PRODUCE


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Large Bags H98
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SLICED BACON.


Approx. Wt. 15 Ibs.
BEEF RIB SALE


Swift Premium Port
T-BONE STEAK.
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Round Steak Lb. 1


Tender $69
Cube Steak Lb. $69


1 Lb. Pkg.
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