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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 23, 1978
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1978


Jr. Miss Candidates

These 15 lovely young ladies will compete Saturday, December 2 in the


annual Jaycee-sponsored Junior Miss Pageant. The Pageant will be held in the
Commons Area of Port St. Joe High School. The winner will receive a scholarship
from the Jaycees and will be entered by the club in the Florida Junior Miss contest
to be held in Pensacola in February of next year. The Junior Miss contestants,
shown above are, left photo, left to right: Paula Tankersley, Dawana Jacobs,


Tracie Norwood, Tonya Allen and Janet Peters. Center photo, left to right: Karen
Collinsworth, Paula Gaskin of Wewahitchka, Yvonne Guilford. Front, Phoebe
Barlow and Denise Bond. Right photo, left to right: Sandra Martin, Pam Johnson,
Wewahitchka, Monique Pierce, Theresa Sander and Cheryl Harrison,
Wewahitchka. -Star photos


10 Cases Being Tried In



Circuit Court This Week


There were 10 cases on the
docket of Gulf County Circuit
Court this week, as court
convened Monday morning.
Several cases were disposed
of through guilty pleas, contin-
ance of cases and nolle prosse
decisions by the court.
A case of dealing in stolen
property against Donald But-
ler, was decided when Butler
entered a guilty plea. A pre-
sentence investigation was
ordered by Judge Larry
Smith
Robert D. Baxley and Wal-
ton Henry Butler each faced
four counts of dealing in stolen
property, but each had one of
the four cases nolle pressed.
They both entered guilty pleas
in the other three. A pre-
sentence investigation was or-
dered for both men.
A case of aggravated as-
sault filed against Christine
Hill will be continued to the
next term of court.
Danny Sprague entered a


guilty plea to a charge of
burglary of .- conveyance and
was sentenced, to 60 days in the
county jail.
Charles Maxwell Fisher en-
tered a plea of guilty to
charges of receiving stolen
property.
A worthless check charge
against Mary Sue Parks was
noll pressed.
A charge of food stamp
fraud against Joseph Quinn


started trial Monday and wa
continued to Tuesday, with th
trial to end some time Tue
day. The results of the trig
were not known at press tim
Tuesday afternoon
To be tried Tuesday ar
cases of aggravated assau
against Verline Briggs and
charge of possession of mar
juana and possession of nai
cotic paraphernalia against
Jesse Michael Vise.


Tickets Going Fast


Tickets are going fast for
the annual Rotary Club Char-
ity Ball, scheduled for Satur-
day, December 2 in the Cen-
tennial Building, according to
Dave May, ticket Sales chair-
man.
Ball Chairman Jerry Sulli-
van says music for the ball
this year will be furnished by
the orchestra which plays on


the Captain Anderson dinne
cruise boat during the sum
mer months.
Tickets this year are $12.5
per couple and are on sale b
all Rotary Club members an
downtown at the Western Aut
and Campbell's Drugs.
. Advance table reservation
may be made by calling Te
Cannon at the Florida Bani


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for New High Levc


It Money has been placed in- the budget of the
a State Department of Transportation for prelimin-
i- ary engineering and securing environmental per-
r- mits to build a new high rise bridge across the Gulf
st County Canal on Highway 98, it was learned this
.week by The Star.
According to a spokesman in the DOT district
engineers' office in Chipley, the money has been
placed in the DOT budget and approval of funds to
construct the bridge has also been made.
The information was relayed to The Star last
Thursday by George G. Tapper, local Port
:r Authority chairman, as he was informed by Tom
- Webb, director of the DOT. Efforts to contact Webb
and verify the information proved futile as Webb
50 was out of town. TheChipley office verified the


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Santa Coming Dec. 2



Santa Claus will be com-
ing to Port St. Joe on
Saturday of next week,
when the annual Christmas
parade will be staged in
downtown Port St. Joe by
the Jaycees and Merchants
of the city.
The parade will begin at
10:30 and wind its way
down Reid Avenue.
Boyd Pickett, chairman
of the Jaycee committee


working up the parade,
encourages participation.
from civic clubs, busines-
ses, church groups and
organizations to enter in
this year's parade. As in
the past, float entries will
be awarded cash prizes to
non-profit organizations
only. The cash prizes are
being furnished by the,
-merchants. The floats will
be judged according to
effort and originality. Busi-


ness and industry floats are
welcome to the parade, but
will not be eligible for the
cash prizes.
Pickett said, "Anyone
wishing to enter the parade
could' contact me at 227-
1897 before November 22."
Pickett said that with
everyone's participation
this year's parade could be
one of Port St. Joe's biggest
ever.


Predict 29 Will



Die Over Holiday
There may be 29 fewer people who will return home alive
after the four-day Thanksgiving holiday period which started
Wednesday, according to the Florida Highway Patrol in a
news release this week.
"The countdown begins at 6:00 p.m., Wednesday;
November 22 and ends 12:00 midnight, Sunday, November
26", reports Colonel Eldridge Beach, Patrol director.
Last year there were 23 fatalities; however, the three
previous years averaged -29.
The warning comes on the heels of a move last week by
Governor Reubin Askew to require law enforcement officers
throughout the state to strictly enforce the 55 miles per hour
speed limit law. The new limits,were specified during the fuel
crisis to conserve gasoline and has been extended when it
was realized how the slower speed limit was affecting the
traffic fatality rate by driving it down drastically.


Gulf County has been fortunate enough to experience
'only one traffic fatality thus far in the year of 1978. Gulf
usually averages around seven to eight highway deaths
in a year. Gulf County Sheriff Ken Murphy said his men
"in ,: will be strictly enforcing the speed limit in the county
.';. i over the holidays, along with the Highway Patrol to
help prevent any further traffic deaths during the year.
The Thanksgiving holiday period produces some of the
heaviest traffic of the year. Especially during the first and
last day of the four-day period.
Motorists are urged by the Patrol to plan their trip so
they will miss the heaviest flow of traffic. Getting home
before Sunday afternoon will help.
"Some proven ways to reduce the chance of becoming a
statistic are driving 55 miles per hour, not drinking alcohol,
following at a safe distance and using a seat belt," concluded
Colonel Beach.


Mill Will Operate Over

Holiday; Businesses Close


First Reserve Deer
Jerry Tannehill, right and Chuck Sexton,
left, of Wewahitchka, brought in the first deer


killed in the Ed Ball Game Reserve this year.
The two young men killed the three point buck
last Friday morning about 7:00 a.m.
-Star photo


Everything in Port St. Joe
*will be on a holiday footing
during the Thanksgiving week
end. That means all business
houses in downtown will be
closed all day Thanksgiving
day. The Post Office and bank
will also be closed on the
holiday but will be open for
business on Friday. Postmas-
ter L. L. Collier said there will
be no mail at all moving
Thursday; not even in the
boxes.
The Gulf County Courthouse


and the Port St. Joe City Hall
will both be closed all day
Thursday and Friday.
St. Joe Paper Company's
mill will continue operations
through the holiday week end,
it was announced by mill
management Tuesday after-
noon. There will be no down
time for the mill employees
this week end.
All law offices in the city
will be closed Thursday and
Friday.


information as being true.
That doesn't mean the bridge is definitely
coming. There is still one hurdle to get around.
According, to the Chipley office, the money is
available, but it isn't to be spent unless a feasibility
study shows the port to be viable and approval of
.construction is- given. Approval of the port.
construction hinges on the outcome of the feasibility
study.
Thursday of last week, the Port Authority
members met to examine the resumes of several
engineering study firms to select a firm to do the
feasibility study on the port. According to Tapper,
three firms were selected for .interviews from the
several firms which applied for the job.


1 Bridge

Monday of next week, the Port Authority will
interview and negotiate with the firm of Frederick
R. Harris, Colony, Russell and Axon for the work. If
the two parties cannot reach an agreement, two
other firms will be-interviewed by the Port
Authority.
The feasibility study is to begin around the first,
of the year and is expected to take around 60 days to
complete.
According to information received from the
Chipley office of DOT, if the feasibility study is
favorable, and it is expected to be, work on the
bridge construction will start immediately.
The DOT has said it will not interfere with the
work of building a port. They have said the bridge
will be ready for use when the port is.


Birmingham, Tankersley,


Sworn Into Commission Posts


Two new County Commis-
sioners were sworn into office
Tuesday night at the regular
meeting of the Commission.
Doug Birmingham was seat-
ed as the Commissioner from
District Two and James Tank-
ersley was sworn into office
from District Four.
Both won election in the
recent primaries, held in Sep-
tember and October.
Tankersley won in a close
three-way election over Wal-
ter Graham. Incumbent Eve-
rette Owens, Jr., the third
man in the race, was elimi-
nated in the first primary.
Birmingham won in the first
-'


primary over Jack Pridgeon
and Walter C. Robinson. In-
cumbent Otis Davis, Jr., did


not seek re-election.
Both men begin four year
terms on the board today.


DOUG BIRMINGHAM


Sheriff's Department Has



Busy Week; Arrest Threei

According to Sheriff Ken Both Shell and Phillips were from reaching the emergency
Murphy, James John McInnis, arrested and charged with in the shortest possible tiUmi2'
1320 McClellan Avenue, Port retail theft and possession of Sheriff Murphy said, "tIig f i
St. Joe, was arrested this past marijuana, less than five fire department vehicles Ire
week by Deputy Sheriff Andy grams. They are presently in heavily loaded with water and
Anderson of the Gulf County the Gulf County jail awaiting are extremely hard to stop or
Sheriff's Department. arraignment. maneuver."


Mclnnis was charged with
attempting to allude a police
officer and possession of mari-
juana in excess of five grams.
He was placed in the Gulf
County jail and arraigned
before Judge David Taunton.
Bond was set at $1,000.
On Sunday night, November
12, according to Sheriff Ken
Murphy, a call was received
from the Junior Food Store on
St. Joe Beach, regarding two
white males who drove off
without paying for $6.90 worth
of gas. Deputy Raymond Wat-
son stopped the vehicle on U.S.
98 in Port St. Joe and appre-
hended Jack M. Phillips, age
18, and Jeffery Wayne Shell,
age 18, both of West Palm
Beach.


Deputy Watson was assisted
in the apprehension by Patrol-
man Larry O'Shall of the Port
St. Joe Police Department.
Sheriff Ken Murphy says
that his department is receiv-
ing numerous complaints
from the volunteer fire depart-
ments and the volunteer am-
bulance service that motorists
are failing to honor emergen-
cy vehicles enroute to an
emergency.
Sheriff Murphy wishes to
remind the motoring public
that there is a state law
requiring that motorists give
way to the right upon hearing
the siren or seeing the flashing
blue and red lights of an'
emergency vehicle. "Not only
does this hinder the vehicle


Cong.-Elect ..

Hutto In Town
Congressman-elect Earl
Hutto will be in Port St. Joe
Monday, November 27 at 4:00
p.m., to talk with the perotleo
Gulf County concerning, any
matter they want to discuss
and wish to see brought to the
attention of the United States
Congress.
Hutto will also be thanking
his many supporters here in
Gulf County, who helped him
in the recent election.
Hutto will be at Pauline's
Restaurant. The public is
invited to attend.


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If Port Construction Is Approved


DOT Budgets Engineering


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I~A4E TWO THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 23. 1978


FIifin rin Ic~


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A Tradition for
.. /f

-Ax- mi-l 0^ pw" -17-


i Vore 1 nan
S "I like spring, but it is too young.
I like summer, but it is too proud. So,
* I lIke best of all autumn, because its
leaves are a little yellow, its tone
,ripellower, its colors richer, and it is
*tnged a little with sorrow Its
.go.lden richness speaks not of the
innocence of spring, nor of the power
So summer, but of the mellowness
aiid kindly wisdom of approaching
ae. It knows the limitations of life
and is content."
As we celebrate 'Thanksgiving
tWis year, perhaps this reflective
(bought by Oriental philosopher Lin
Yutang may lelp us appreciate our
blessings our country from which
many of themi!b Fr Ameica
Ifke autumn, is no longer either too
ybung or too proud. Rather, we have
,come to know better, if not accept,
uir limitations as a nation. And,
-4fter more than 200 years, we
continue to enjoy some of the
innocence of spring, the power of
summer, and perhaps even a grow-
ing degree of autumnal wisdom.
I The first Thanksgiving Day, of
course, predates the birth of our


to 5 ears
country. Following a winter of
tremendous hardship, Pilgrim Gov.
William Bradford in the autumn of
1621 ordered a three-day festival to
celebrate a life-sustaining harvest.
"Our harvest being gotten' in,"
wrote Edward Winslow in a letter of
December 11, 1921, "our Governor
sent four men on fowling, that so we
might after a more special manner
rejoice together, after we had
gathered the fruit of our labours."
Despite this early beginning,
shared with some 90 neighboring
Indians, Thanksgiving Day was not
celebrated throughout the United
States as a regular national holiday
uritif it was so proclaimed by
President Lincoln on November 26,
1863. Since that time, it has been
celebrated annually and has become
a cherished American tradition.
Our hope this year is that you
will join with us in thanking a
generous and merciful God for the
blessings of liberty and abundance
in which we continue to share. And
may you have a Happy Thanksgiv-
ing!


Makes Good Sense


The people of Florida have said,
emphatically, they wish to keep
their elected cabinet. There will
Surely be attempts in the future,
however, to again abolish the cabi-
net form of government, placing
control solely in the hands of the
governor, whoever he might be.
In writing recently in favor of
the elected cabinet, former Chief
Justice of the Florida Supreme
Court, Justice B. K. Roberts, who
was also a member of the Constitu-
tional Revision Committee, said:
'When the commission organized,
former Gov. Millard F. Caldwell
sagely advised the greatest service
we could perform would be to
adjourn sine die that day: to pack
our bags and go home. The commis-
esion chose not to heed Governor


Caldwell, but 10 months and half a
million dollars later, I was con-
vinced that he was right and the
commission was wrong."
Justice Roberts said that when
he was on the Supreme Court, the
judgment of the seven members was
utilized in making all decisions. He
said, "As a justice, I found comfort
in the fact that possible errors of
judgment by me were subject to the
review and correction by my six
independent, elected colleagues. I
never for a moment found their
looking over my shoulder to be a
burden."
Retired Justice Roberts makes
good sense, in supporting the main-
tenance of the cabinet system of
government in Florida.


Distrusts Hospital Care

ir Ramsey: activities as anyone else. deal of undercurrent
:I would like to respond to Since our arrival we have ted only absolute di
tfose who stood in defense for
tie present hospital adminis-
SLETTERS
SKarl and I have only lived
iere in Port St. Joe 3 years. to the Editor
and 4 months and they have t the Editor
IAMhr no spr rm


t. We no-
istrust of


but we are just as concerned never observed the hospital to the hospital staff and it's
and involved in community be running without a great administration from our very


Charles F. Woodhouse, a
former government worker in
foreign affairs, told the Rot-'
ary Club Thursday that the
situation in the Middle East is
far from being resolved, in
spite of the great efforts of
- President Carter in recent
months. "There are still 21


After meeting certain stipu-
lations, the Gulf County School
Board is authorized by law to
dispose of obsolete textbooks
that are in such condition as to
make them unserviceable or
unsuitable for further use in
the classroom. Although not
suitable for school use, Port
St. Joe Elementary school has
these books that may be of use
to individuals or other groups.
These books are free of
.,charge and may be seen at
Port St. Joe Elementary
School, Career Education Of-

NOTE OF THANKS
We wish to express our
thanks to all the kind people
for the prayers, cards and
gifts we received during our
recent stay in Municipal Hos-
pital. Our special thanks to the
nurses, hospital staff and am-
bulance crew and most of all
to our doctor, Dr. Shirley
Simpson. May God bless you
and keep you.
Sincerely,
FRED SAWYER
PAUL NORTON

closest of friends, all long
standing citizens in Gulf Coun-
ty. In the very first month we
arrived, I heard statements
like; "I wouldn't use any of
the doctors here if I were
you!" or "I'd be afraid to trust
anyone at that hospital!" This
occurred at the time Mr. Zyski
was Hospital Administrator
and the Poonai's weren't even
here.
I am sure you too were
aware of this situation. This
problem existed for a consi-
derable long time and the
people using the hospital were
just not being cared for or
given enough attention until
the two new doctors came.
They were willing to listen to
their patients and stick their
'necks out on a line to defend
their rights.
These, Mr. Ramsey, were
the people who used the
hospital before we came to
town, and these are the ones
who are asking to be heard
now.
Insofar as reference to your
last headline "Bombshell"
was concerned, we all know
that when the first shell
doesn't do it, another follows
to finish. The persons this
effects most then begin to
fight back with bombshells of
their own.
Sincerely,
Sherrie Bowen


Arab nations opposed to a
settlement", Woodhouse said.
In making observations on
the Middle East situation,
Woodhouse said two things
will have great effect in the
near future for any negotia-
tions.
"The price of oil will go up


fice, November 27 through
December 1, 1978.
Interested persons may con-
tact Howard Blick, Principal,
Port St. Joe Elementary
School between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.


Vag the D
after the first of the year, and
this will have considerable
effect on us", the speaker
said. "This will cause us to
consider even more closely
the Arab stance in the negotia-
tions". ,
"Then there is the question
of the displaced Palestinians
and lands conquered by the
Israelis and being settled by
that nation. It is international
law that when land is con-
quered, it doesn't belong to the
conquerer. It belongs to the
people living on it. The Arabs
who live on this land have a
valid claim on its owner-
ship."
Woodhouse pointed out that
Israel is surrounded on three
sides by millions of Arabs. "I
believe we should help Israel,


og"-Wo
but the interests of the United
States are also important. I
don't believe in allowing Is-
rael to be the tail that wags the
dog."
The speaker suggested that
so far as he could see, the only
hope for settlement of the
Middle East question is to
have the various nations agree
to become one big nation, such
as the United States, with the
various small nations being
identified as states with the
same rights for, its various
citizens as exist for citizens of
different states in the United
States.
Woodhouse admitted his so-
lution was little more than a
dream and he couldn't see
anything constructive coming
out of this area for a long time.


I,


ETAOIN SHRDLU.

By: Wesley I


THEY'RE HAVING a big to-do over in
Wakulla County about who won the County Judge
race. Incumbent Judge Evelyn Flack lost to
Mike Carter by two votes. When the machine
ballots were counted, Judge Flack had won
re-election by two votes. When the approximate-
ly 180 absentee votes had been counted, Judge
Flack had lost her bid for re-election by the same
two vote margin.
Now Judge Flack's attorneys are challeng-
ing the absentee vote and asking that all the
absentee ballots be thrown out and Judge Flack
be declared the winner.
It seems that every time there is a close
election in Florida, the first thing the loser points
to, claiming error, is to the absentee vote.
Is there something wrong with our absentee
voting system which allows so much suspicion of
error to abound? Is it all that shabbily
conducted, that ballots can be thrown out right
and left as they are always done when counting
at the vote canvass? If the election is close, both
sides carefully examine every absentee vote
cast. I read last week somewhere that an
absentee ballot was thrown out because an
individualist had marked his ballot with an "H"
rather than an "X" as indicated in the
instructions. That seemed a little far-fetched to
me, since it was evident by the placement of the
"H" whom the voter wished to cast his ballot for.
I think that is the purpose of the absentee ballot.
The only reason absentee ballots are used is
to allow those who will not be in their voting
place of residence on election day to cast his
ballot. Also, it allows bed-ridden people to vote.
In these days of 50, and 60 percent turn-outs
on election day, it doesn't seem proper to me that
we should aim at the absentee ballot as much as
we do. It would be discouraging to me to go to all
the trouble to vote an absentee ballot just to have
someone throw it out because the pencil had
slipped in the margin or at the bottom and made
a little mark which wasn't supposed to be there,
or because the tail of one of my voting marks
happened to extend a centimeter beyond the
confines of the box printed on the ballot for


odhouse


SALTY
SALLY


R. Ramsey
ii


marking in.
It seems like a good idea to me for the State
of Florida to take a good look at its absentee
ballot voting procedures and see if they can be
made simple'to understand by the voter and
prevent them from being the constant victim of
nit-picking vote counters who don't want them
counted just because they don't happen to be in
their favor.

ATTORNEY GENERAL Robert Shevin
stepped down from his office last week and gave
his farewell press conference. Shevin, who had a
no-holds-barred campaign with Robert Graham
for the office of Governor commented on the
expense of running for this high office.
Shevin said the Governor's race cost the
candidates a total of $10 million. That's a healthy
piece of change, even during these days of the
cheap dollar.
Mr. Shevin made a statement, which went
something like this: "The trend of political
spending threatens to put high office out of the
reach of most citizens."
Threatens?
That's the understatement of the year.

PRESIDENT CARTER'S call for price
and wage increase restraint to help in the battle
against inflation and the declining value of the
dollar didn't go over too well with some people.
George Meany, head union man in the nation,
was one of the first to say it wouldn't work.
Meany was joined in his feeling by many others,
who felt volunteer restraints wouldn't work,
recognized a need for restraint but still didn't
want mandatory controls. How's that for a
situation?
True, President Carter's call for voluntary
restraints probably won't work. Cutting back is
always what we expect others to do, but our own
price or wage increase is necessary to our
well-being.
A statement hit the news last week which I
believe will work in slowing down the economy
and thus the inflation rate. The scare has been
thrown at us as a weapon to cool things off.
One of President Carter's treasury officials
made the statement last week that if the present
trend continues, the nation can expect to find
itself in a depression within a short while. It has
been a long time since the depression hit this
nation during the 1930's, but there has been a
concerted effort by those who remember it to
keep that memory alive and well nourished.
If the voluntary guidelines don't work, the
threat of depression should do the trick.


Don't Let "Tail


Elementary School Giving

Away Old Textbooks


--THE STAR POSTOFFICEEBOX 308 SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
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By TheStar Publishing Company PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
Second-Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions In advertisements, the publishers do not hold
themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
. Wesley R. Ramsey .................. Editor and Publisher
William H. Ramsey ..................... Production Supt. SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAID The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
S Frenchie Ramsey .................... Office Manager AT PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 barelyasserts;theprinted wordthoroughlyconvinces.Thespokenwordislost;theprintedwordremains.
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PACIE TWO


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1978









THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1978


PAGE THREE


St. Joe Furniture swept all
tour games from Murphy's to
Increase their lead in first
place. Bertha Clayton paced
the Furniture team with a 439
series. Janice Martina rolled a
392 series for Murphy's.
Florida Bank won three
games from St. Joe Beach
Beauty Salon with Jo O'Barr
pacing them with a 496 series
and a 183 game. Mary Brown
was high bowler for the beauty
shop team with a 481 series..
I Carolyn Wright with her 492
series paced the Alley Kats to
a four game sweep of the Play
Girls. Beth McLeod was high
bowler for the Play Girls with
a 418 series.
Nash's Seafood won three
games from Renfro's with
Cathy Martin pacing the Sea-
food team with a 453 series. La
Juan Pogue led Renfro's with
a 369 series.
Standings W......L..
St. Joe Furn 36 8
Fla. Bank 331/ 10/
Bch. Beauty Shop 30% 13
Alley Kats 27 17
Murphy's 22 22
Renfro's 14 30
. Nash's 9 35,
Play Girls 4 40
On lanes one and two H.V.
Motors took three games from
Pepsi Cola. Lynn Lyle led H.V.
Motors with a 171 game and a
458 series.. Pat Nachtsehim
bowled a 163 game and a 423
series.
On lanes three and four,


Surefoots took three games
from Wonder Bar. Cathy
Blackburn (sub.)'bowled a 147
game and a 401 series for
Surefoots. Lisa Given led Won-
der Bar with a 134 game and a
348 series.
On lanes five and six Cow
Girls took four games from St.
Joe Bowling Lanes team. Lou
McDonnell led Cow Girls with
a 137 games and a 367 series.
Dianne Keith bowled a 154
game and a 358 series for St.
Joe Bowling Lanes.
On lanes seven and eight
Ragdolls took four games
from Telephone Co. Marion
Deason led Ragdolls with a 204
game and a 491 series. Cathy
Martin bowled a 167 game and
a 4A3 series for Telephone Co.
Faye Capps picked up
4-7-9-10 split.
Standings W....L..
H.V. Motors 37 61/
Pepsi Cola 291 14/
Ragdolls 241/2 191/2
Telephone Co. 22 22
Surefoots 211 221
Wonder Bar ,19 25
St. Joe Bowling 11 33
Cow Girls 11 33


Anniversary
The ladies of Zion. Fair
Baptist Church are observing
their tenth Women Day Anni-
versary November 26, 1978.
They are inviting everyone to
come and fellowship with
them.


OBITUARIES:

Harvey Laurimore Died

Thursday After Illness


Harvey Laurimore, 67, a
resident of White City, passed
away late Thursday afternoon
in the Municipal Hospital fol-
lowing an extended illness.
Mr. Laurimore was a native
and a life time resident of
White City, a member of the
Gospel Assembly Church of
Panama City and a retired
bridge tender for the State of
Florida.'
Survivors include his wife,
Mrs. Vester Laurimore of
White Cityi' two sons, John
Laurimore of Perry and Cliton
T. Shearer of Port St. Joe;
four daughters, Mrs. Jeanne
Vause of Panama City, Mrs.
Agatha Blake of Port St. Joe,
Mrs. Ruby Pitts of Philadel-
phia, Miss., and Mrs. Mary
McKelvain of Dunellon; 24
grandchildren and five great
grandchildren; three brothers
James Laurimore of White
City, George Laurimore of
Wewahitchka and Ellis Laur-

Mother of Mrs.

Brown Dies
Mrs. Harold Fenimore
Brown, 89, of Angola, Ind.
passed away November 18
after a lengthy illness.
She is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Stiles Brown
of Port St. 'Joe and Prof.
Elizabeth B. Orlosky of Tri
State University, two broth-
4 ers, Arthur Lautzenhiser of
Hamilton, Ind. and the Honor-
able Roscoe Lautzenhiser of
Yeuaipa, Calif. and two grand-
daughters.


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more of Tampa; four sisters,
Mrs. Ester Lee Taylor, Mrs.
-Emma Kennedy, Mrs. Alma
Allen, all of Port St. Joe and
Mrs. Clara Mae Gay of Tam-
pa.
Funeral services were held
Saturday at 2:00 p.m., from
the First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe with the Rev. Bill
Heaton officiating. Interment
will follow in the family plot of
Holly Hill Cemetery of Port St.
Joe.
All services will be under
the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home.

Mrs. Gosnell

Died Recently
Bernice Gosnell, 41, a form-
er resident of Port St. Joe
passed away recently follow-
ing an extended illness.
Her husband, James, was
formerly the pastor of Pente-
costal Holiness Church in Port
St. Joe.
She is survived by her
husband, one daughter, and
one son.


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Squad Giving

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Members of the Gulf County
Volunteer Ambulance Squad
are giving away a beautiful
handmade afghan, Saturday,
December 2.
A donation of 50 cents is .
being asked by the squad to be
used toward' the purchase of
the Jaws of Life.
The afghan was given to the
squad anonymously by a
friend from the beaches,

CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank the personnel
at the Municipal Hospital for
the fine, professional care
they gave me during my
recent 10-day stay *in the
hospital. I have nothing but
praise for the fine way in
which I was treated and cared
for. "I have never beeh treat-
ed better in my life."
Thanks again to all the
doctors, nurses and the entire
staff.
JOHNNY WALKER
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Final Plans for

* E Costin-Shoaf Rites


Mr. and Mrs. Cecil G.
Costin, Jr. have announced
the final wedding plans of
their daughter, Renee, to Stu-
art Shoaf, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Shoaf.
Miss Miriam Harrison will
be the maid of honor. Brides-
maids will be Miss Carolyn
Carr of Atlanta, Ga., Miss
Anna Shoaf, Miss Leslie Cos-
tin and Miss Alyson Costin all
of Port St. Joe.
Best man will be Leslie


McGowan of Memphis, Ten-
nessee. Groomsmen will be
Jimmy Thompson of Houston,
Texas, Ashley Shoaf, Stephen
Shoaf and Charles Costin all of
Port St. Joe.
The marriage will take
place at 6:30 p.m. Saturday,
December 2, at the First
Baptist Church of Port St. Joe.
No local invitations are
being sent but all friends and
relatives are invited to attend
the wedding and reception.


Helen and Curtis

Alsobrook Are Wed


Helen and Curtis Alsobrook
were united in marriage at
5:00 p.m. in the White City
Baptist. Church on Saturday,
September 23. The Rev. J.B.
Ashley officiated.
The bride, escorted by Jim
Manley wore a formal gown of
chantilly lace that featured a
Queen Anne neckline with
bishop sleeves made of lace a
a natural waistline accented
by a satin bow. The skirt,
fashioned in deep overlapping
tiers, fell into a chapel length
train. To complement her
gown, the bride chose a finger-
tip length veil of imported
French illusion which was
bordered with matching chan-
tilly lace.
Serving the bride as matron
of honor, was Mrs. Connie
Matlock of Port St. Joe.
Bridesmaids were Miss Eliza-
beth Williams, Miss Dianna
Williams of Port St. Joe.
Junior bridesmaid was Karen
Jones and flower girl was Lisa
Jones both of Tallahassee.
The bridesmaids wore blue

NEW ARRIVALS

Jennifer

Michelle Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Martin
of Highland View are happy to
announce the birth; of their
daughter, Jennifer Michelle,
on November 10 at Gulf Coast
Community Hospital. She
weighed seven pounds and
was 20'> inches long.
Proud grandparents are
Mrs. Ernest Goff of Highland
View, and Mr. and Mrs.
Norman M. Martin of St. Joe
Beach. Great grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Norman G.
Martin of Port St. Joe and
Virgil Pate of Blountstown.

Melissa Diane
Gable

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gable
of Port St. Joe announce the
birth of their daughter, Melis-
sa Diane, on November 14 at
Gulf Coast Community.Hospi-
tal. She weighed seven pounds
and three ounces.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gardner
of Port St. Joe. Paternal.
grandparents are Charles Ga-
ble of Port St. Joe and Otheda
Dickinson of Panama City.


formal gowns and the flower
girl wore a cream colored
dress.
Serving the groom as best
man was Joel Martin.
Groomsmen included Charles
Alsobrook, brother of the
groom, Wallace Bishop and
Kenny Weston. Ring bearer
was Michael Hammond of
White City.
A reception was held follow-
ing the ceremony. Serving
were Mrs. Bishop, Carolyn
Harper, Karie Harper and
Sheila Harper. The brides
book was kept by Barbara
Marshall.
Mrs. Curtis Alsobrook was
honored with a bridal shower
September 20 from 7:00 to 9:00
p.m. at the Florida Power
Lounge.
Hostess for the event was
Mrs. Connie Matlock.


Engaged

Mr. and Mrs: ,Wilmer A.
Stanley of 203 Allen Memorial
Way, Port St. Joe, and 211
Mercer St., Beckley, W. Va.
announce the engagement of
their daughter Diane Carol to
James 0. Hughes, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry K. Hughes of
Albany, New York.
Miss Stanley is a graduate
of Concord College with a BS
in Elementary Education.
Hughes is a graduate of
Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti-
tute of Troy, New York with a
BS in Civil Engineering. He is
presently employed with the
Lane Construction Corp. of
Meridian, Conn.
A December 23rd wedding is
planned in Port St. Joe.


I)DAR SPEAKERS and new members. From left to right: Kilbourn, Mrs. Beth McLeod and Mrs. D. L. Owens, Jr.
Mrs. Norvald J. Reppen. Mrs. V. M. Hoffman, Mrs. Max -Star photo


Church Histories Dating to 1894


Told to DAR at November Meeting


At the luncheon meeting of
the St. Joseph Bay chapter,
Daughters of the American
Revolution held last Wednes-
day in the Garden Center on
Eighth Street, a most interest-
ing program was presented by
Mrs. Charles Brown, vice
regent and program chair-
man, on the history of several
old churches in this area.
The first speaker, Mrs. Max
Kilbourn of Wewahitchka,
discussed the St. John the
Baptist Episcopal Church
which was incorporated No-
vember 26, 1903, in that city.
Constructed of lumber which
is no longer available, the
building suffered severe dam-
ages on three occasions: in the
30's by lightning, in the 40's by
arson and again by fire in the
60's when it was struck by an
automobile. The church was-
built by Francis C. Rummel
who was born in Bohemia and
brought to Wewahitchka from
.Augusta, Georgia by Dr. John
Keyes, one of Wewa's earliest
citizens. Prominent among
the early members were the
Dawsons, the Pierrongs, the
Spanns, the Richards, and the
Shippeys. Mrs. Jesse Shippey
Cox, now living with her
daughter in Silver Springs,
Md., is the only living descen-
dent of the earliest member-
ship.
From 1894 (when the mis-
sion was established) to 1942


the old Wewahitchka Church
was served by clergy from
Apalachicola and later Mar-
ianna. Membership dropped,
and the building was sold to
the Presbyterians for $500.00.
After St. John's was reorgan-
ized in the early 50's, both
Presbyterians and Episcopal-
ians have used the building.
St. James Church in Port St.
Joe has helped in supporting
the mission and Rev. Sidney
Ellis serves the church once
each month.
Trinity Eipscopal Church in
Apalachicola, as related by
one of its members, Mrs. V. I.
Hoffman, Jr., was incorporat-
ed by Governor Keith Call,
Feb. 11, 1836. Apalachicola
was within the boundary of the
"Forbes Purchase". This
beautiful old church included
a gallery for slaves which was
always filled to capacity. The
old organ, installed in 1840,
was used until 1920 when the
Pilcher organ was purchased.
In 1974-75, the old organ was
restored and is now in use and
can be played manually or by
hand. At the time of installa-
tion this was one of two organs
in the state. Trinity Church is
well-built, well-kept, and is
air-conditioned. The ceiling
remains the same, as does the
lettering on the front of the
building.
The third 'speaker, Mrs.
Norvald J. Reppen of Panama


Each dpo iorlUrl to S40.000


FDIC


Florida First National I


at Port St. Joe
504 Monument Ave.


City, is one of 14 members of
the Moss Hill Church between
Chipley and Vernon. This
small, rustic, moss-covered
Methodist Church was estab-
lished as a mission in 1823, two
years before Washington
County was created. A stage
coach trail passed the church,
which was built by slaves and
which has hand and foot prints
on the ceiling, placed on the
boards by children before they
were installed. In 1861 the
church record was signed by
A. Lincoln.
Today's Moss Hill Church


has an outdoor privy and
members have trouble with
people stealing their gas tanks
and heaters. Numerous fam-
ilies hold reunions there.
Small though it is, this church
participates fully in the Me-
thodist program.
Guests at the November
meeting besides Mrs. Reppen
were Mrs. H. R. Haley, her
sister, also a member of Moss
Hill and Mrs. Ollie T. Ship-
man. Hostesses were Mrs. W.
B. Simmons, Mrs. J. T. Melvin
and Mrs. Elizabeth Thomp-
son.


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family the people who
can't say that cheery "HO-
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after the holidays? We would like
you to be able to enjoy that great
spirit all year long by joining our
Christmas Club. Start an account
now. With a few dollars a week,
you will have monies to meet
Christmas of'79 and
be able to "HO-HO-HO!"
[l ank throughout 1979.


The Ebonyette Social and
Service Club held its first
annual Master and Miss Eb-
onyette pageant Saturday in
the Washington Recreation
Center.
ILittle Miss Yolanda Daniels,.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Daniels won the title
of Miss Ebonyette for 1978 by
performing a modern dance to
the tune, "Living The Life".
Little Master Carl White, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl White
reigns as Master Ebonyette
1978. His title winning per-
formance was, "Take Me Out
to the Ball Game."
Second place winners were
little Miss Tashawn Leslie,
daughter of. Mr. and Mrs.
Rawlis Leslie and Master
Paul Gant, II, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Gant.
Third place winners were
little Miss Angelea Evans,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Evans and Master
Oscar Jones, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Jones.
Judges for the pageant were
Ms. Joanna Barnes, director
Adult Activity Center, Leon
Miller, director of minority


affairs, Gulf Coast Commun-
ity College, Miss Mattie Wal-
ker, model for J.C. Penny's
and Mrs. Nan Adkinson, for-
mer Miss Mexico Beach.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D.
Lawson, Sr., wish to announce
the birth of their son, Richard
Douglas Lawson, Jr., born on
October 29 in Biloxi, Miss. He
weighed six pounds and
twelve ounces.
Maternal grandparents are
Rev. and Mrs. Allen Norris, of
Biloxi, Miss, and paternal
grandfather is Richard C.
Lawson. Maternal great
grandparent is Mrs. Stella
Norris and paternal, great
grandparents are' Ma:' arnd
Mrs. Andrew Lawson of Bilo-
xi, Miss.
CARD OF THANKS
Our sincere thanks for the
many acts of kindness shown
during the illness and death of
our mother, Mrs. Georgian
Mincey. May God bless each
of you.
Mrs. Sarah A. Riley
and Family


cut. (Without a PROPER
CUT you can't have a good
set). Cloteal Burke and
Lucille Pierce of the Beau-
ty Boutique attended a hair
style show in Panama City
Sunday afternoon at the
Sheraton Inn.
Featured artist was "Mr.
Ray" recently of Nashville,
Tefin. Mr. Ray and his


Lucille Pierce, owner
The all new Beauty Bou- perms, style cuts, wet sets,
tique Beauty Salon held its colors and bleaches.
grand opening November The Beauty Boutique is
1. Many friends were on open Wednesday through
hand to help celebrate the Saturday to help you with
occasion, your hair care needs,
The Beauty Boutique of- Like a house and its
fers all types of hair care foundation, your hair set
services, all types of can only be as good as the


Cloteal


assistant, Mr. Richard per-
formed many new styles
for the fall and winter
season. Also offered was a
total new technique in
perm waving.
Come by or call the
Beauty Boutique today for
an appointment. 229-8153.
(Paid Adv.)


Phone 229-8282


Burke, master stylist


Carl White, Jr., and Yolanda Daniels


Reign as Master,


Miss Ebonyette


First United

Methodist Church

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

CHURCH SCHOOL ................... 9:45 A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE ..... 11 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
METHODISTYOUTH FELLOWSHIP .. 6:00 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.


New Beauty Boutique Salon Opens Its Doors


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1978


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1978


Wewa "Gators"


In Class A Play-offs


Gulf County will be repre-
sented in the s'tte football
play-offs for the state cham-
pionship.
Wewahitchka's "Gators"
will take the Gulf County
banner to the Class "A" try
for the championship.
The Gators, with their 9-1
record on the regular season,
are seeded.second in the state
behind FAMU of Tallahassee.
FAMU will be the Gators first
foe in the District play-offs
Friday night. FAMU has been
/ signated as number one in
Le statein Class "A" all year
Wbng.


dle toward the state, cham-
pionship will be hardest.
"They'll all be hard", Owens
said, "but this one should be
the hardest."
During the season, the Ga-
tors and FAMU. both met
Blountstown and Greensboro.


Blountstown won over Wewa-
hitchka, 8-7. FAMU whipped
Blountstown, 20-7. Wewa-
hitchka thumped Greensboro
last Friday night to wind down
their season, 32-14. FAMU
barely beat Greensboro, 6-0, in
a double overtime.


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Thanksgiving Prayer

Service at Long Avenue


the home and the church. In
addition to congregational
singing there will be special
music. Brief testimonies will
be shared by the congrega-
tion.
Rev. J.C. Odum, pastor of
the church, extends an invita-
tion to everyone to attend this
Thanksgiving service.


A special Thanksgiving
Prayer Service will be held at
the Long Avenue Baptist
Church tonight beginning at
7:00 p.m. The worship service
will be conducted by the
pastor with participation by
the congregation.
Special emphasis will be
given to prayer, thanksgiving,


, RoadRunners Are

Keeping Streets Hot


The St. Joseph Bay Road
Runners met for their bi-
weekly meeting Sunday, No-
vember 19th at the Stac House


Gator coach, D. H. "Bobo" on Eighth Street. Tpere were
Owens says his troops are all twelve in attendance with ten
healthy going into the play- participating in the Fun Run.
offs. "We have a tough one
Friday night, butwecanwin if Results of the one mile run
Fridayightbudewis were; first place, Rick Lam-
our attitude is right." person, second, Jay Jacobs,
The regional game will be third, Dawana Jacobs, fourth,
Rp ed at Bragg Stadium in Dottie Whitand fifth, Fred
Tlahassee, beginning at 8:00 Jacobs.
p.m n., Port St. Joe time.
Owens admits the first hur- Results of the two mile run


were; first place,. Robert
Whittle, second, Yamil Perez,
third, Mark Maness, fourth,
Theo Johnson, fifth, Rick
Lamberson and sixth, Jimmy
Griffin.
j All joggers and runners in
the area are invited to attend
the next meeting at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, December 3 at the
Stac House. There will be two
Fun Runs, a one miler for
beginners and a two miler.
Membership is opet to all
ages.


WorkExperienceProgram


Instituted at High School


Port St. Joe High School is
continuing its efforts to con-
tribute to and improve the
community; one of its more
recent contributions being the
Work Experience Program.
WEP means relevance for
students in Florida schools, as
it intrbduces students to
-meaningful work; and future
;careers. Providing counseling
and career guidance, WEP,
I"aches responsibility, speci-
ic work skills, and pride in
achievement. WEP forges
strong links between the stu-
dent and his community, for
both the present and the.
future. It gives them direction
and helps them to discover
themselves., In a word, WEP,
means practicality in educa-
tio '" .- D
Z e advantages to the stu-
dent are obvious, but what are
the other advantages? Firstly,
to the businessman, WEP
means a steady supply of
trained, dependable workers,
as well as a chance to partici-
pate in the education process.
Interaction between busi-
ness and school builds good


Debra Bailey


relationships that .extend past
the school years and into a
future of economic growth and
profit. Secondly, to the com-
munity, WEP means less cost

John Clark

Aboard

USS Perry
Navy Quartermaster Third
Class John E. Clark, son. of
Edward T. and Doris M. Clark
of P.O. Box 23, Wewahitchka,
is currently serving as a
crewmember aboard the guid-
ed missile frigate USS Oliver
Hazard Perry, homeported in
4 d Payoru t,,, I
.The. Peyy .recently com-
pleled post delivery tests and
trials on a seven-month de-
ployment to the Carribean
which included seakeeping
and combat systems trials as
well as structural firing,
acoustic, shock and missile
firing testing. Additionally,
the ship hosted many congres-
sional, Department of De-
fense, Navy, and foreign offi-
cials.
A 1975 graduate of Wewa-
hitchka High School, he joined
the Navy in July 1975.

Debra Bailey Is
Job Corps Grad
Corpsmember Debra Bailey
of 417 Main St., Port St. Joe,
took part in the 234 graduation
exercise of the Singer Breck-
inridge Job Corps Center No-
vember 22.
Corpsmember Bailey suc-
cessfully completed studies in
culinary arts and plans a
career in the field of baking.


resulting from people on wel-
fare rolls and less cost result-
ing from needless theft and
vandalism.
The advantages are clear if
you would like to be a part of
this exciting program contact
Nancy Noble, Work Experi-
ence Coordinator, at Port St.
Joe High School.


The St. Joe Tumblers com-
peted in, the 1978 Pensacola
Woman's Gymnastics Invita-




T




Trish Tapper and
Vicki Barlow


Tops In Physical Fitness


The students shown above scored the
highest on the youth fitness test devised by
the United States Marine Corps'and given by
the Port St. Joe High School Physical
Education Department. The test items were:
pull-ups, push-ups, total sit-ups in two
minutes, standing broad jump, 300 yard
shuttle run.
The following students scored the highest
on each event:- Michael Hay, 51 push-ups;


tional recently held in Pensa-
cola. There were over 30
teams participating from all
'over the region
.', Outstanding competitors
from Port St Joe were Trish
Tapper sixth beam, fifth
vault, third bars and sixth all
around and Vicki Barlow,
sixth \ault and fifth in bars
Other g mnasts from the
local team who competed
were Cath.N Rish. Kristy An-
drus, Paula Ramsey, Teresa
Cozart. LeAnn Clenney and
Stace.\ O'Shall.


the members of the


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

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


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301 Reid Ave.
Phone 227-1813


Christmas Lay-Away -No Down Payment with Approved Credit


POLYESTER CORD


DELUXE CHAMPION


$
low
as i


Tough polyester cord body. Wide
tread design for traction, handling
and stability plus a quiet ride.
A78-13 Blackwall. Plus $1.69
F.E.T. and old tire. "A" size 5-rib
design. Whitewall add $4.


Size Black F.E.T. Size Black F.E.T.
*6.00-12 $24 $1.42 F78-14 $33 $2.26
*5.60-13 24 1.46 G78-14 34 2.42
*P155/80D-13 24 1.43 H78-14 36 2.60
6.00-13 25 1.50 5.60-15 26 1.61
3B78-13 26 1.77 *6.00-15L 28 1.70
C78-13 27 1.91 *6,85S-15 29 1.86
B78-14 27 1.77 G78-15 35 2.45
C78-14 27 1.93 H78-15 38 2.65
*6.45-14 29 1.71 L78-15 40 2.93
D78-14 29 2.01
E78-14 31 2.13
All prices plus tax and old tire. Whitewalls add $1 to $4
*Tread design different than shown


DOUBLE BELTED Deluxe Champion


Tough polyester cord body
plus two fiberglass belts for
long mileage, strength, and
stop-and-start traction.


Size


Black


as A78-13 Blackwall.
Plus $1.71 F.E.T.
loW and old tire.
Whitewall add $2

F.E.T. Size S Black F.E.T.


B78-14 $33 $1.92 E78-15 *38 $2.31
C78-14- 33 1.97 F78-15 39 2.44.
E78-14 34 2.19 G78-15 40 2.55
F78-14 38 2.34 H78-15 43 2.77
G78-14 39 2.47 J78-15 45 2.96
H78-14 42 2.70 L78-15 47 3.05
All prices plus tax and old tire. Whitewalls add $2 to $3




Pate's Service 'enter


214 Monument Ave. Phone 227-1291


a.
S .'. 'I1


PAGE FIVE


FIRST

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue,
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth
SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORKSHOP SERVICE .... 11:00A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ................ 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God with Us"


Two St. Joe Tumblers

Place In Pensacola


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PAGE SIX


YOUR

.,HEALTH

EA QUARTERS
'Through these doors pass
the friendliest people we
know... our customers.
They know we're always
ready to serve as a handy
one-stop shopping.center,
or as a health headquarters
in lime of need.
Stop in today and meet our
Registered Pharmacist .,..
You can rely on him to fill
S your next prescription ac-
S curately and promptly from
IA/' his complete, fresh stock of.
pharmaceuticals.
BUZZETT'S
DRUG STORE
Ph. 227-3371 317 Williams


Gan'uv
Imi'nn~l


106 Mimosa-Almost new
brick home. 3 bdrm, 2 bath,
large den, liv. rm. with fire-
place, separate dining rm,
utility rm, on 1/2 lots.

221 9th, St., 2 bdrm, 1 bath,
complete w stove, refrig.,
dishwasher, 2 window a-c's,
curtains and carpets. New
panelling, new plumbing,
screen porch.

I excellent residential build-
ing lot on Westcott Circle.
Drive by and see it, then
give us a call.
Income duplex, 2 bdrm, 1
bath,Jiv-rm, kitchen-dining
com b up & down. 228'/2 7th
St. Bargain. $15,000.00.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1978


Fla. Banks Announce


Quarterly Dividends


Florida National Banks of
Florida, Inc. announced today
that the Board of Directors
voted the regular quarterly
dividend on common stock of
$.13, payable December 29, to


To commemorate his 700th
,parachute jump, British Army
Sergeant Hector Macmillan
.made a leap in full Scottish
national dress, including kilts,
while playing "The Road To
The Isles" -on his bagpipes!


shareholders of record De-
cember 8, 1978.
In other action at the meet-
ing, Miles C. Collier, manag-
ing partner of Collier Enter-
prises, Naples, was elected to
the Board as an additional
director. Collier's activities
extend to the direct manage-
ment of the Collier family
assets, including a substantial
number of shares of Florida
National Banks of Florida,
Inc.
These announcements were
made following Florida Na-
tional's quarterly director's
meeting. Florida National
Banks of Florida, Inc. is a 1.7
billion dollar holding company
which operates 54- banking
offices statewide.


We're Here ForYou.r
Each office is independently owned and operated.

E. B. MILLER REALTY


PORT ST. JOE


Brick home. 3 bdrms. large
rooms. nice corner lot, good
location. Lots. of extra fea-
tures. 1912 Juniper.
1023 Woodward, quiet resi-
dential neighborhood, 3
bdrm, 1 bath home on 2 lots,
refrigerator, range, furnace
& window a-c.

523 7th St.-2 bdrm., 1 bath
home, living room-dining
with extra room, can be
third bedroom or den. $18-
950.

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


Oil
lot
rm

mi

3 b
ag
nic
ne
W(

La:
hot
bat
rm
Blv
nov


BEACHES


Charming 3 bdrm, 2 '
,home on canal, boat dc
large patio, cypress & ch
link fencing, cen. h&a., I
car garage, carpet &,v
thruout.

St. Joe Beach home on i
ner lot. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, i
12x19' den. 1 block from
beach. $15,000.

New 3 bdrm 2 bath bi
home with added den
utility rm., fireplace, c
tral h&a, carpeted thru
refrig. & stove. 7th
Mexico Beach.

One block from U.S.
older 3 bdrm mobile ho
on excellent 75 x 150' lo
'Mexico Beach, $12,000
7th St.

_Large 60x15' screen po
added to comfortable
bile home on excel.
Santa Anna & Alabama,
Joe Beach. $20,000.

Recently remodeled hot
4 bdrms, 2 baths on bea
ful lot 75 x 186. Two ex
lots available. All new
ing, new roof, new alu
num windows, large dou
carport, underground spi
kling connections front
back yard.

Lots of room in this cc
fortable 3 bdrm, 1 bE
home with large spacic
den, lot beautifully lar
escaped. Pine St. 11,2 bloc
from U.S. 98.

Large rustic beach home
bdrms, large living roc
with fireplace. Custom ca
nets in kitchen, veran
Plus a one bdrm. ren
cottage. St. Joe Bea
Home plus income.

Almost new stilt-house
75' x 100' lot overlooks
Gulf. 2 bdrms, bath, big k
chen. 15th St., Mexico Bed

Partially finished 3 bdr
1% bath home, large livi
rm, kitchen and family
combo. Garage & utility r
on 75' x 100' cleared 1
$18,500 as is. Adjoini-. c
ner lot may be purchase
with home.


co
bath Five-plex currently rented, an
Ick, near water on 40th' St. Good ter
hain investment..
g. 2- La
inyl Mexico Beach, nice corner wa
lot with 2 bdrm. mobile w
home, furnished, city water,
cor- quiet area, $11,500. ve
new
the St. Joe Beach 3 bdrm-den
home- on. two landscaped Alm
lots 150x150, walking dis- con
rick, tance to Gulf, well insulated por
& needs painting and new Sta
cen- roof, priced in twenties. ient
out,
St., Lovely beach home-liv. rm
w-fireplace, dining, kitchen,.
office, cabana room with 131'
98, shower, 3 bdrms, 2 baths, Nice
inme covered patio, central h&ac, Dee
t in greenhouse area attached, one
.00. many extras. Circle Drive,
Mexico Beach, 25 percent Lom
down, owner finances bal- ran
Drch ance. wil
mo-
lot. Good location, good invest- cha
St. ment. First lot on Gulf St., roo
St. Joe Beach.'2 bdrm-bath r
house with sleeping porch
me, and carport on lot 75x112. W
uti- Presently rented.
:tra Rec
sid- Recently remodeled duplex- new
mi- new well & septic tank being Ove
bible installed, new wood under- arez
rin- siding around building, new in
& front & back steps, 2 bdrm- liv.
bath 1 bdrm-bath. This den
duplex easily converted to san
in- single family dwelling. mei
ath Good location, walking dis- che
ous tance to beach. $24,500. batl
nd- Cen
cks Looking for your dream wat
house? We have it! Beauti-
ful Spanish-style 3 bdrm., 3
bath home. Great room with
: 4 impressive fireplace. Swim- 5 ac
om ming pool and patio area batl
ab- enclosed with privacy fence kitc
ta. off living area. Lovely en- fenc
ch trance patio. Lots of arches, store
and genuine tile roof. Spac- swi
ious 2 car garage. cenl
on
ing Duplex 2 bdrm, furnished. Cou
kit- Two blocks back from Gulf. 11u
dch Mexico Beach. Good invest- bath
ment property. 3rd St. eda
m, car
ing Mobile home with 2 added
rm .uoms on nice landscaped
rr., lot making a total of 3 A
lot. bdrms, den, bath, large
.or- living room, completely fur- Exc
sed nished. Tennessee Ave., fan:
Mexico Beach. Buy
--- payr

ELDON B. MILLER, REALTOR


der home on larger corner
. 3 bdrm, 2 baths, living
n, large kitchen, den and
g screen porch off den.
owner has treated for ter-
tes. 1101 Garrison Ave.

>drim, living, dining, stor-
e room (can be, made into
:e den, utility room, nice
ighborhood on 2 lots, 1017
oodward.

rge, comfortable, older
use on 2 lots. 4 bdrms, 2
ihs, big den, liv. rm, din.
, new roof, 1201 Palm
d. Price reduced $5,000-
v $30,000.


BEACH LOTS

dfifmercial lots. 90x190'
d 90x120' in business cen-
.'Mexico Beach.

rge Commercial Lot. Hi-
y frontage 320 ft. on canal
ategic corner. Good in-
l(ment property.

INDIAN PASS
lost new 3 bdrm, 2 bath
ifortable home with car-
t & laundry room. On
te Hiway S30B. Conven-
i, ready to move into.


WHITE CITY
on Hwy. 71, 444' deep.
e 3 bdrm, 2 bath home.
ep well & pump. Approx.
and one-third acres.

v down payment, you ar-
ge own financing, seller
1 take 2nd mortgage.
ck home, 3 bdrm, 2 bath,
in link fence, laundry
m.

EWAHITCHKA

luced to $55,000. Almost
w brick home-314 acres.
er 3,500 sq. ft. of living
a. This one is two homes
one-3 bdrms, 2 baths,
rm, din. rm, kitchen and
in main area and under
ne roof a lovely apart-
it w. liv. rm-din. rm, kit-
n combination. Large
h and dressing rm area.
tral heat and air, city
er.


DALKIETH
res with lovely 3 bdrm, 2
i home, large country
hen, spacious den, land
ced .and cross fenced, 2
age sheds & cow pen,
mming pool w-filter,
tral gas heat.

rntry living at its best.
acres with 3 bdrm, 1
h, living rm, den, screen-
porch. Cen. h-ac and
peted.

MOBILE HOMES
elient double-wide Tif-
y, partially furnished.
equity and take over
ments.


LOOK AT


WHY PAY RENT? We can
sell this 3 bedrcom 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 St.

REDUCED $3,000.00. 3 bed-
room masonry home, 1
bath, living-kitchen with
fireplace, living room and
den. Excellent neighbor-
hood. 125' x 225' corner lot.
HANNONINSURANCE
AGENCY
FRANK HANNON, Broker
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133
3tc 11-23

'Three lots (75'x150' ea.) at
Ward Ridge. $3,000 ea. Call
229-7238 before 5:00, or 653-
9284 after 5:00. 3tp 11-16





1974 Ford Maverick, a-c,
$2,600. Inquire 229-8484.
Itp 11-23


One owner 1972 Ford 8-pass-
enger Ranch Wagon, a-c, p.s.,
p.b., radio-tape, excellent
tires & mechanical condition,
new paint, $1,100.
See Wesley Ramsey at The
Star. Kindly old editor just
drove it everywhere he went
everyday.

1971 Maveritk, good cond.,
reasonably priced. Call 227-
1643. tfc 11-16

1976 Ford Custom 500, 460
V-8, dual exhaust, at, 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

1977 Olds Cutlass, V-6, one
owrier,i good .on gas, $4,500.
1975 Blazer, 4 w.d., loaded,
$4,900. Super nice. 648-5183.
Itp 1.1-23

1966 Ford with 289 rebuilt
engine. 4 good tires, needs
transmission. Best offer, see
at 707 Long Ave. 229-6424.
2tp 11-23


Doll furniture and picture
frames. See B.A. Roberts or
2nd Ave., or call 229-6775.
4tp 11-16

1962 16' fiberglass boat
Make offer to get out of yard
648-5106. 2tc 11-22

12' fiberglass boat, com-
plete with like new 7.5 h.p.
motor & trailer. 229-8115 after
5. 4t11-23

Christmas Bazaar, Dec. 8 and
9, from 9 til 6, Pentecostal
Holiness Church, Garrison
Ave. 3t 11-23

Yashica 35GSN camera w-
case. Complete with Honey-
well strob flash and Suntar
telephoto and wide angle lens.
Like new! Contact Al Cathey
at 648-5242; after 5 call 648-
5280. tfc 11-16

Free adorable puppies (will
be small). Call 227-1620. ltc

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

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

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


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

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

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 piE
new, original owner, $
arrange delivery. Call
after 6 p.m.

DRY cleaning, cai
ea-sier. faster and sa
11()ST. Rent our mac!
.Ine Furniture. 227-125


TRAMPOLINES IN
6 FT. x 10 FT. OR I
We deliver and ass
Terms available. WE
AUTO, 219 Reid Ave.


ano, like Need dependable, qualified
600. Will temporary workers? The
227-1512 Work Experience Program
tfc 10-5 can help you. We have stu-
dents who can work various
rpets is hours throughout the day and
fer with afternoon who have experi-
hine. St. ence as receptionists, paint-
51. ers, construction workers,
tfc 10o23 yard workers, babysitters,
typists, salespeople and dis-
STOCK play and advertisers. To sche-
ROUND. dule these workers, contact
semble. Nancy Noble at 229-8251, Port
,STERN St. Joe High School. It 11-23


227-1105.
tfc-4-6


Double oven G.E. electric
stove, Whirlpool dishwasher
and Sears coldspot, refrigera-
tor with ice maker and freez-
er. Call 229-8700. tfc 11-16

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


Economy Motors &
Center. 301 llwy.
22'9-(001.

HELD OVER
No. I Drive In Thea
ApalachiOela, Fl
Friday-Saturday
Nov. 24 and 25
BUFFALO RIDE
As advertised on T
Movie starts 7:15p

1977 50 hp Mercury
Manual start, gas ta
hose. Still in warrant
Call 648-5086 after 5 p.m





$100 REWARD-
Joanie Hanson at Won
648-9920 if you have in
tion leading to the rec<
stolen items from Won
on Nov. 14. 1
Items stolen: 1 T
Ford liquor decanter:
Thomas Flyer deca:
Stutz Bear Cat decan
grey & 1 yellow); 1 te
decanter and 1 black
clock from Las. Vegas


I SERIES


MAC'S HOME SERVICE
Home Repairs
Remodeling -Additions
Free Estimates
Phone 648-5985
4tp 11-16,

Baby sitting in my home
during the day, all ages. For
information, call 227-1738.
2tc 11-16

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.

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


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!

227-1151


Sears Catalog Sales
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue

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

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

GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets -
Vanities Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
412 Monument Ave.,
Port St. Joe
Glen Combs
229-6017
tfc 11-23


MASONRY WORK
Brick & Block
15 years experience
Phone 229-8552
2tp 11-9

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

Psychological Services for
anyone with probletns in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145. (24 hr.)
Complete Wood Shop
Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hwy 98 W. 227-1763
tfc 8-5

READY FOR THAT
NEW CAR?
Call us for prices on any
American made new 1979
model car, pick-up truck or
van.
BEACH AUTO SALES
648-8236

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
M,1o.1b of tln.i .Mtl,
Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office
&


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

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


Garden INVITATION TO BID FOOD
98, .IIV. SERVICE CONTRACT GULF
tfc 4-28 COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS
ASSOC.. INC. TITLE VII
NUTRITION PROGRAM
The Gulf County Senior
water Citizens Association, Inc., is
a. now accepting bids for food
service contracts for the per-,
y iod starting January 1, 1979,
and ending September 30,
PR 1979. Bid forms can be picked
'.V. up from the office, Gulf Coun-
.m. ty Senior Citizens, upstairs at
Motel St. Joe, Port St. Joe.
Bids must be returned to
motor. this office no later than 4:00
nk and p.m., E.S.T., December 7,
y. $800" 1978. They must be in a sealed
n. Itp envelope marked clearly,
"Bid No. 3F".
If any additional informa-
Stion is needed, please call Mrs.
Mary Elliott, telephone num-
ber 229-8466.
The Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association reserves
Contact the right to reject any or all
der Bar bids.
nforma- Final authority for award-
overy of ing the contract rests with
ider Bar Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
vices. 2t-11-23


'-model
;1 1909
nter; 2
iters (1
lephone
ck dice


INOIEI


READ THE CLASSIFIED
Classifieds Bring Results!


PIZZA PLACE

Mexico Beach


Now Serving

Breakfast Lunch

Chicken & Shrimp Boxes


Open 6:00 am 10:00 pm
Closed Wednesday

648-9935




First

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

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

Welcome to Everyone

RAYMOND G. WICKERSHAM, Minister
Phone 648-5205



HIGHLAND VIEW


BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

Welcome Friends
SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 7:45A.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 Provided




The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE. PORT ST. JOE

Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor

SERVICES
SUNDAYSCHOOL ................... 9:45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00AM
EVENINGWORSHIP .................. 7:00PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT ................ 7:00 PM.'
I.... O#OOOO g#O#OO#OOOOO
>ssssastessetetsesnnsesse


WUIAIT


MIS. FR sLE.


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


I I


I W N U-I


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

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

2 bdrm. furnished apart-
ment, will be vacated Aug. 31.
All utilities included. Ski#
Breeze Campsite. 229-6105. 1
tfc 8-31

For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-I
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc3-

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 I
BR houses for rent. Phone 229-
6777 after 7 p.m. tfc 3-23

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






Interviewing for bartenders.
and cocktail waitresses, Nov.y
27, 11 a.m. 1 p.m. Wonder
Bar, St. Joe Beach, 648-9920.
ltc 11-23

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











THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. NOV. 23. 1978


PAGE SEVEN


Spec. 4 Billy E. Traylor Sent

Gulf County On Assignment to Canal Zone


Spec. 4 Billy E. Traylor,
whose wife, Jan, lives in
Wewahitchka, recently was
assigned as a repairman with
the 528th Maintenance and
Supply Company at Fort Clay-
ton, Canal Zone.
Traylor entered the Army in


November 1976.
The specialist is a 1974
graduate of Wewahitchka
High School.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Armond B. Traylor, live on
Route 1.


Raiders Flag Champs

) The Raiders youth flag. football team won the league
championship recently with a five and one record. They are:
S frontrow, left to right; Shannon Parrish, manager, Daivd


PvtJ.J Williams L

Completes Weeks

of Training
Pvt. ,Johnny A. Williams,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
Williams, 324 Avenue C, Port
SSt. Joe, recently completed
seven weeks of advanced indi-
vidual training at Fort Ben-
ning, Ga. .
The training included wea-
pons qualifications, squad tac-
tics, patrolling, landmine war-
fare, field communications :
and combat operations. This .
qualified him as a light wea-
, pons infantryman and as an
indirect fire crewman.
'.He was taught to perform
any of'the duties in a rifle or
mortar squad.
Williams entered the Army
in'June, of this year. .
The private is a 1978 grad-
uate of Port St. Joe High,:
School.


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Public Notices


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- N
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 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 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
mount 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 number 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 Stateor 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'tb 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.
SBY ORDER of the Board of Trustees
/of the Internal Improvement Trust
Abirn O'D. Askew, Governor
Attest: Harmon W. Shields,
Executive Director 4t 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.
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 n.et 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 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
F:ash 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 con-
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 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 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


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Michael Chancey. Second row, I to r; Tommy Johnson, Fred
Cramer, Warren Renfro, Joey Levins, Mitch Bouington and
Kyle Pippin. Third row, I tobr; John Smith, Demetry Givens,
Dexter Baxter,. Drury Cadwell and Tom Granger. On the .
back row are the coaches, Buddy Renfro and Wayne Parrish.


S "' This group of scouts was recently
Uges awarded their Bobcat Badges at the recent
awards ceremony for them. They are, front
row; leftlo right: Andy RiChards, D'wayne
SA)ers, Dell Rudd and Jim Johnson. Second
STAR row, I to r; Jamie Vathis, Scott Cramer, Jerry
PHOTOS Gilbert and Darrin Callaway. Third row, to
r; Billy Dixon, Jim Whittington, Howard
Richards, Lee Parker and William T.Sand-
ers.


Receive Bear Badges
These Cub Scouts recently were awarded their Bear
Badges.at awards ceremonies held at the scout hut recently.
They are, Chris Pate, left and Paul Nedley, right.


Fisher At Ft. Benning

Pvt. Thadas S. Fisher, son qualified him as a light wea-
f Mr. and Mrs. C. Fisher, pons infantryman and as an
Vewahitchka, recently com- indirect fire crewman.
leted seven weeks of advanc- He was taught to perform
d individual training at Fort any of the duties in a rifle or
enning, Ga. mortar squad.
The training included wea- Fisher entered the Arniy in
ns qualifications, squad tac- June of this year.
cs, patrolling, landmine war- The private is a 1978 gra-
ite, field communications duate of Wewahitchka High


and combat operations. This


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You Are Cordially Invited to Attend


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Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


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


Rev. J..C. ODUM,
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9:45 A.M.
11:00A.M.
5:45 P.M.
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Jerome Car.ier,
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Monday, Nov. 27
Cheeseburger, potato salad,
buttered peas, orange juice,
cake and milk.
Tuesday, Nov. 28
Chicken and rice, green
peas, ambrosia, buttered roll,
peanut butter cookies and
milk.
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Macaroni and cheese,
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Lasagna, tossed salad, chil-
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Fish with catsup, cole slaw,
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peanut butter-raisin cookies
and milk.
Menus are subject to change
due to availability of food.

Chief Hardy

Reports to

Pensacola NAS
Navy Chief Master-At-Arms
Aubrey L. Hardy, son of Mrs.
H.A. Hardy ofP.O. Box 124,
Wewahitchka, has reported
for duty at the Naval Air
Station in Pensacola.
He joined the Navy in June
1951.


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PAGE EIGHT


The Board of County Com-
mission of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, met October 10 in regular
session with the following
members present: Chairman
!' Jimmy 0. Gortman, William
R. Branch, Leo Kennedy, and
Otis Daivs, Jr. Also present
were Sheriff Ken Murphy,
. Deputy Clerk Jerry Gates,
Attorney William J. Rish,
Road Superintendent.Lloyd
Whitfield, and.Administrative
Assistant Mosquito Control
Director Tommy Pitts.
The meeting came to order
S at 9:00 a.m.
The Attorney opened the
meeting with prayer and led
the pledge of allegiance to the
flag.
Mrs. Linda Boggs of Keevco
Advertising presented a copy
of a map of Gulf County to be
displayed in a magazine ad-
vertising Northwest Florida.
: The Board made certain
'changes in the map and upon
*motion by Commissioner Da-
vis, seconded by Commission-
er Kennedy, and unanimous
S vote, 'approved the bill of
S $450.00 for publication of the
map.
The Chairman then an-'
nounced that the Board would
open bids on one new crawler
tractor for the Gulf County
Road Department. Bids were
S-'received and are on file in the
Clerk's Office.
Commissioner Davis moved
the Board reject all bids and
advertise for a cash price on
delivery and an option of one
payment on delivery and one a
year from date of delivery.
The motion died for lack of a
second. Commissioner Ken-
S- nedy moved the Board accept
the lowest and best bid and
negotiate the payment sche-
dule. Commissioner Branch
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously. The


THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1978


Chairman then instructed the
Road Superintendent and the
Administrative Assistant to
study the bids and make a
recommendation to the Board
later on in the meeting.
Mrs. Margie Boswell, Oak
Grove, reported to the Board
that dog pens are being wash-
ed into a ditch off Duval Street
creating a health hazard. The
Board agreed to report this
matter to the Health Depart-
ment to be checked into.
Jerry Brooks, District For-
ester, presented the Bay-Gulf
Cooperative Forest Manage-
ment Project Annual Report
as prepared by himself and
Ralph J. Edenfield, County
Forester. The Board thanked
Brooks and the Department of
Forestry for the excellent
work they are doing in Gulf
County.
The Board discussed the
Comprehensive Plan and
agreed to meet with the Cities
of Port St. Joe and Wewahitch-
ka on Monday, October 16 at
6:00 p.m., to discuss this
matter.
Upon request, the.Board
instructed the Veteran's Ser-
vice Officer to terminate a
service agreement on IBM
typewriter, inventory record
number 240-10. The Board
agreed to repair the typewrit-
'er when needed.
The Board received a letter
from the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
vices on the new Medicaid Cap
rates. The Board referred the
letter to the Attorney for his
advice.
The Board received a letter
'from the Department of
Transportation concerning
Railroad Track Safety Stan-
dards.
The Board received warran-
ties from Kolmetz Construc-
tion Company on the new


Thanksgiving Not Always For The Birds
With the rising cost of the traditional bird of the holiday
season, why not start a new tradition? Seafood fills the bill of
fare with an air of celebration reminiscent of Thanksgivings
past but with a budget-sense of today.
Fish fillets are moist and rich in flavor topped with a
savory sauce created from pineapple bits and fresh cran-
berries. The result is an entree that is as appealing to the eye
as it is to the palate.
The delectable Fish Fillets with Cranberry Pineapple
Sauce requires only a brief baking time, allowing more time
to be spent with family and friends during this time of giving
thanks.
Serve Green Rice as an accompaniment. The resulting dish
is unique and lends epicurean flare to the holiday menu.
FISH FILLETS WITH CRANBERRY
PINEAPPLE SAUCE AND GREEN RICE
2 pounds thick fish fillets, 1 tablespoon cornstarch
: fresh or frozen le can (1312 ounces) pineapple
1 teaspoon salt tidbits Water
2 tablespoons melted margarine or butter 1 cup fresh cran
1 tablespoon lemon juice berries
One-third cup sugar Green rice
Thaw fish if frozen. Cut fillets into 6 portions. Arrange fish
in shallow baking dish. Sprinkle with salt. Drizzle with
margarine and lemon juice. Bake in moderate oven, 350
degrees F., for 25 to 30 minutes or until fish flakes easily
when tested with a fork. Combine sugar and cornstarch.
Drain pineapple tidbits; save juice and add water as needed
to make 1 cup liquid. Add liquid to cornstarch mixture and
stir until free of lumps. Cook until thickened, stirring con-
stantly. Add cranberries; cook about 5 minutes or until
cranberry skins pop. Stir in pineapple tidbits; heat. Serve
fish with sauce and rice. Makes 6 servings.
Green Rice


1 cup long grain rice
1/4 cup chopped parsley


2 tablespoons chopped green
onion with part of tops


Cook rice according to package directions. Stir parsley and
green onion into hot cooked rice. Makes 6 servings.
For more recipes, write: Seafood, DNR, Crown Building,
Tallahassee, Florida 32304.


library. Commissioner
Branch recommended the
Board notify Kolmetz of pro-
blems with the air condition-
ing and the carpet. The Board
agreed.
Steve Nations, Florida En-
gineering, presented a report
on 'the Oak Grove Water and
Sewer System. He stated that
he was satisfied with the
water and sewer construction
but that portions of the paving
had to be reworked as it was
not according to specifica-
tions. He stated he would set
up a final inspection with


MINUTES

r of the


! Gulf County Commission


Farmers Home Administra-
tion upon completion of the
project.-Nations stated that he
was recommending that the
Board approve the Contractor
requests for additional work
on the Project. A copy of the
requests is on file in the
Clerk's office.
Commissioner Kennedy
moved the Board approve
these additional charges and
accept Change Order No. 5, in
the amount of $19,671.80, as
recommended oy Nations.
Commissioner Branch second-
ed the motion and it passed
unanimously.
At this time Road Superin-
tendent Lloyd Whitfield and
Administrative Assistant
Tommy Pitts returned to the
meeting with recommenda-
tions on the crawler-tractor
bids. Whitfield recommended
the Board have a workshop to
study the bids since the pur-
chase options are so varied
and the trade in allowances
offered are so different. After
discussion, Commissioner
Branch moved the Board re-
ject all bids and readvertise
asking for the options of a cash
price on delivery and one-half


payment on delivery with the
other half to be paid one year
later, said bids to be opened on
November 14,1978 at 9:00 a.m.
Commissioner Kennedy se-
conded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
The Board received a letter
from Bay Memorial Medical
Center requesting the Board
check the indigency status of
Anna M. Switzer. Commis-
sioner Kennedy suggested the
Veteran's Officer check this
matter out. Commissioner
,Branch moved Pitts check this
out and make a reply to the
letter. Commissioner Davis
seconded the motion and it
passed with Commissioner
Davis, Branch, and Gortman
voting aye. Commissioner
Kennedy voted nay. Commis-
siQner Branch moved the
Board write Dr. Joseph P.
Hendrix, referral doctor, con-
cerning this matter. Commis-
sioner Davis seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously. Commissioner Ken-
nedy then told the Board he
would like to check into this
matter himself using the same
criteria as is used in Citrus
County to determine indigen-


cy. Commissioner Branch
then moved his motion in-
structing Pitts to check into
this matter be rescinded and
Commissioner Kennedy be al-
lowed to check into the matter
Commissioner Davis second-
ed the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Mrs. Doris Schott, St. Joe
Beach, told the Board that to
her knowledge Gulf County.
has no building restriction line
that limits the distance a
building can be constructed in
relation to the right of way of
any state or county road. She
stated she thought the Board
should adopt an ordinance
requiring all buildings be
constructed at least fifteen
feet from any state or county
road right of way. Commis-
sioner Davis said he was
against legislation affecting
private property. Commis-
sioner Kennedy stated he
would be in favor of limiting
construction that created ha-
zardous conditions.. The Board
agreed to study this matter.
Commissioner Gortman dis-
cussed the electrical and
building inspection position
for the north end of the


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Tuesday, November 28

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Giving Away A Free

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Liquid


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12 Ct. Carnation Hot

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I Lb. Charles Fruit and

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32 oz. Borden

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Complete Variety of
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Selection of
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County. The Board instructed
Commissioner Gortman to
work further on this matter.
Raymond, Parker Hart in-
formed the Board of a ditching
problem ati his home in Over-
street. The Board instructed
the Road Superintendent to
work on thif problem.
The Board was informed of
the new legislation allowing
the Board to designate a
County Budget Officer. The
Board stated that the Clerk
should remain as the County
Budget Officer.
Commissioner Kennedy told
the Board he was going to
move that the Attorney pre-
pare a resolution declaring the
Board's opposition to casino
gambling. Commissioner
Branch seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
Upon request of the Depart-
ment of Transportation, the
Board agreed to notify the
Department of Transportation
of a project eligible for 20
percent of the fifth and sixth
cent gas tax provided spend-
ing of this money is approved
by the legislature.
The Attorney told the Board
he was working on having the


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fire insurance rates loweredfin
Oak Grove at the request of
Commissioner Kennedy. He '
stated that he had submitted '
this request after completion
of the new water and sewer
system in Oak Grove.
The Board discussed a pro-
posed "consent order", as
issued by the Department of
Environmental Regulation
concerning landfill operations.
in Gulf County. Commissioner
Branch moved the Attorney
and the Administrative Assist-
ant obtain completion dates
that are. acceptable to the
Board and they would then
reconsider the consent order.
The Board agreed for, the
Road Superintendent and
Commissioner Branch to in-
spect a used low-boy trailer
for possible purchase by the
Board.
Upon question by Commis-
sioner Branch, the Finance
Officer explained the new
insurance coverage for the
Volunteer Fire and Ambu-
lance Squads.
Commissioner Kennedy sta-
ted that in view of the Board's
approval of paying grass cut-
ter wages in the Road Depart-


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-'10o1nio, saying wages copy of these
throughout the year, retroac- on file in themous
tive to October 1, 1978. Com- Ujion moti
missioner Branch seconded sioner Brani
the motion and it passed Commissione
unanimously. Commissioner unanimous
Kennedy stated he had been approved the
against the Board's earlier the Sheriff's 1
action but did not feel it was this amendm
fair to show favoritism. Corn- the Cletk's o
missioner Branch stated that The Boar(
he was against the practice of Grove Water
paying pipe shop wages when spection Re
the pipe shop had been closed 320-336 from I
-but that everyone should be ing Inspector
treated fairly. The Board
S The Board met with repre- financial re
sentatives of CH2M Hill, En- following el
gineers, Planners, Ecbno- .Harland 0.
mists, and Scientists at the Collector,. K
request of Commissioner Ken- riff, Samuel
nedy to discuss development perty Apprai
of the pert. Robert J. Burns, Y. Core, Cler
Marketing. Manager, explain- Court.
ed the philosophy, of his firm Sheriff Ker
and told the Board they would ed that the
Sbe submitting a bid on plan- employed as.
ning for the development of lita Andrea (
the Port. cinct no. eight
Upon motion by Commis- Anderson, vo
sioner Branch, seconded by. ne.
Commissioner Kennedy, and The Board


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vote, the Board
dget amendments
quito Control. A
e amendments is
ieClerk's office.
ion by Commis-
ch, seconded by
-r, Kennedy, and
vote, the Board
e amendment to
budget. A copy of
lent is on file in
office.
d received Oak
r and Sewer In-
eports Number
E.F. Gunn, Build-
'.
received annual
ports from the
ected officials:
Pridgeon, Tax
en Murphy, She-
A. Patrick, Pro-
ser, and George
rk of the Circuit
! Murphy. report-
following were
deputies. Carme-
Gant, voting pre-
it and Hubert T.
ting precinct no.
was notified that


the price of Chevron gasoline
had been lowered one cent per
gallon, effective October 9,
1978.

The Board of County Com-
. mission of Gulf County, Flor-"
ida, met October 16, 1978 in
special session with the cities
of Port St. Joe and Wewahitch-
ka to discuss the joint contract
f9r updating the Comprehen-
sive Plan of Gulf County.
Present were County Com-
missioners William R.
Branch, Jimmy 0. Gortman,
arid Leo Kennedy. Also pre-
sent were Wewahitchka City
Commissioners Ed Bandjough
and Harold Armstrong, and
County- Finance Officer Jerry
Gates. Gates reported that
Port St. Joe City Commis-
sioner Wesley Ramsey had
called to report that,the City of
Port -St. Joe was having
another meeting but would
agree with the consensus of
the other two boards.,
After discussion, Commis-
sioner Branch moved the
three governmental bodies
contract with the Apalachee
Regional Planning Council to


Stone Crab Hearings


Scheduled by DNR
Proposed stone crab and crabs which will affect shrimp
shrimping regulations for Flo- fishermen as well.


rida s Gulf waters will oe
discussed at a series of hear-
ings in coastal cities around
the Gulf and South Atlantic. At
these hearings in late Novem-
ber and early December, re-
presentatives of the Gulf of
Mexico Fishery Management
Council will discuss a fishery
management plan for stone

develop the Comprehensive
Plan, erompassing plans for
the City.of Wewahitchka and
the City of Port St. Joe, and
including a capital improve-
ments program and the popu-
lation and economic develop-
ment element. Commissioner
Kennedy seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
: there being no further busi-
ness, the meeting adjourned.


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The Council has responsibi-
lity for preparing fishery
management plans in the
newly established fishery con-
servation zone which extends
from the outer limit of state
jurisdiction to 200 miles off-
shore. In this zone from near
Key West to Fort Myers the
plan would manage the stone
crab fishery and would sea-
sonally restrict shrimp trawl-
ing within the fishery conser-
vation zone inside of a line
approximating the eight fa-
thom curve.
The hearing for this area
will be on 'November 30 at the
Franklin County Courthouse
in Apalachicola.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1978


The Gulf County School
Board mdt in regular session
on October 3, 1978 at 5:30 p.m.
with the following members
present: Waylon Graham,
Chairman; J.K. Whitfield;
Fred Greer; and Paul Sewell.
Board member Raffield was
Absent.
The Superintendent was
present.
The meeting was opened
with the invocation by Sewell
and'followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
On motion and second, the
board unanimously approved


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the minutes of September 5,
1978.
The board presented a
plaque to Ruby Sanders, fiscal
agent for the Board, and
thanked her for the years of
devoted service upon her re-
tirement.
On motion and second, all
voted YES to make a correc-
tion to the meeting of Decem-
ber 6, 1978 by officially ap-
proving the School Board poli-
cies at a special meeting on
that date. ,
The board reviewed the
school schedules for all
schools in the system. On
motion and second, the board
unanimously approved these
schedules.
The Superintendent present-
ed an amended salary sche-
dule for the custodial staff
which reflects an adjustment
to the' minimal rate. On mo-
tion and second, all voted YES
to approve this schedule. Co-
pies are on file in the Superin-
tendent's office.
The Coordinator of Trans-
portation presented a list of
proposed bus stop changes in
the Port St. Joe and Wewa-
hitchka areas, plus requests
from parents in the Port St.
Joe area regarding transpor-
tation of their children to and
from school.. On motion and
second, all voted YES to the
above proposals and requests,
, stipulating that the children
attending elementary school
in the Westcott area be loaded
and unloaded at Garrison and
Fifth and Westcott at Highway
71. This will apply to students
in K-6 only.
On motion and second, the
board unanimously approved
the purchase of two sixty-five
passenger school buses now
available on State Depart-
ment of Education Bid.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, the board unanimous-
ly approved the following
personnel matters: -
County wide appoint Bar-
bara Watkins as teacher of the
gifted;
Port St. Joe High School -
accept.resignation of Thomas
Harris as art teacher, accept
resignation of William Srrith
as teacher, appoint Kesley
Colbert as senior sponsor,
appoint Martha Sanborn as
junior high cheerleader spon-
sor, appoint Ray Smith as
band director, appoint Robert
Kennedy as NJROTC instruc-


PAGE NINE


tor, accept the resignation of
James Mazur as NJROTC
instructor;
Port St. Joe Elementary
School place Judy Griffin on
contractual salary basis effec-
tive August 31, 1978;
Transportation department
- appoint Willie Estridge as
tutorial driver in the Wewa-
hitchka area, and Jo O'Barr
as tutorial driver in the Port
St. Joe area.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, the board unanimous-
ly approved an addendum to
the Pupil Progression Plan.
Copies are on file in the
Superintendent's office.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, the board unanimous-
ly approved a Bond Resolution
obligating 90 percent of Capi-
tal 'Outlay and Debt Service
Funds for the purpose of
building programs at Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School,
and the construction of an
Auto Mechanics Facility at
Wewahitchka High School.
On motion, and second, the
board unanimously approved
the highest and best bid of the
Florida First National Bank
on a time deposit in the
amount of $49,490.68. Copies of
all bids are on file in the
Superintendent's office.
The Superintendent discus-
sed with the board the possibi-
lity of withdrawing as admini-
strator for the Gulf County
CETA Program. A firm r.e-
commendation to withdraw
may be submitted .by the
Superintendent in the imme-
diate future.
On motion and second, all
voted YES to the Superinten-
dent's request to advertise; a
public hearing relative to
district due process covering
the exceptional child pro-
gram.
The Superintendent report-
ed that the system was under-
,going program audits by the
State Department of Educa-
tion.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, the board unanimous-
ly approved the following
Sprograms:-- -
-application for a Title
IV-B Grant for the 1978-79
school year, and
-the Master Plan for In-
service Education for the
1978-79 school year..


Females Eligible to

Join VFW Organization


. The National Convention of
the Veterans of Foreign Wars
approved an amendment to
allow eligible female veterans
to join.the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, according to Gulf Coun-
ty Service Officer, Fred
Kleeb.
'Kleeb says his office has
been advised by the Comman-
der-in-Chief that there is noth-
ing in the By-Laws that would
prohibit female veterans from
belonging to both organiza-


A Favorite


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tions.
An amendment to Section
1102 of the VFW National
By-Laws would be required to
accomplish a change in eligi-
bility for membership in the
Ladies Auxiliary.
Husbands of female vete-
rans are riot eligible to the
Ladies Auxiliary, VFW, in
accorance with Article I, Sec-
tion 101 of the National By-
Laws of the Ladies Auxiliary.
Say You Saw It In The Star


Casserole
Martha l.ogan


An appetizing, convenient dish is Sausage Egg Brunch.
Because this special dish is combined the day before and re-
frigerated overnight, brunch becomes a breeze to serve.
The layered casserole begins with torn bread pieces. Fully
cooked brown 'n serve sausage links, any of the eight avail-
able flavors, cut into thirds come next. Shredded cheese is
sprinkled over the sausage. Slightly beaten eggs combined with
milk and seasoned with a little dry mustard are poured in last.
This easy-to-combine casserole is then covered and refrigerated
overnight.
Next day the casserole is baked while the fruit and a green
vegetable are prepared and the table is set. This colorful,
satisfying meal whether served for brunch or supper is
nutritious and delicious, too.
Sausage Egg Brunch
Yield: 5 servings, 2 links each
8 ounce package 1 cup shredded Cheddar
Premium Brown 'N cheese
Serve Sausage Links, 5 eggs, slightly beaten
cut into thirds 2 cups milk
5 slices bread, pulled apart 1 teaspoon dry mustard
Place bread pieces on the bottom of a buttered 1-1/2 quart
shallow baking dish. Place sausage on top of bread and sprinldle
with cheese. Combine eggs, mik and mustard. Pour evenly over
cheese. Cover. Refrigerate overnight. Bake uncovered in a
3500 F. oven for 50 to 55 minutes.


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