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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: January 4, 1979
Frequency: weekly
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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 THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1979


Work to Start




On Water Plant


Work will get underway the
first of next week on the.
construction of a new expan-
sion for the city's water
treatment plant. Workmen
from the W.E.D. Construction


Wewa Bank

Branch Is

Approved
S Roy Lister, president of the
Wewahitchka State Bank re-
ceived word yesterday morn-
ing that the State Comptroller
had approved an application
for a branch bank to be
located in'Port St. Joe.
The application has been in
the process of investigation by
the state office for the past
year.
Lister told The Star Wed-
nesday morning, the new
branch would begin construc-
tion just as soon as a contract
for the building can be let.


Company began moving into
the site this week, in prepara-
tion to getting the $1.75 million
project started.
The contract calls for com-
pletely renovating the treat-
ment plant and expanding it
from its present. one million
gallon a day capacity to two
million. The construction pro-
gram will also include a
change) in water treatment
and raw water supply. The-
supply will come from three
deep wells in the vicinity of the
treatment plant rather than
siphon water from the St. Joe
Paper Company's fresh water
canal. .
The city must come off the
fresh water canal because
local customers have been
using more water than the city
can safely -draw from the
canal. This situation has exist-
ed for the past two years and
was the reason for initiation of
the present project.
Work is expected to proceed
on the job for most of the
coming year.


The Commission contracted
with E. F. Gunn. Tuesday
night, to oversee the construc-
tion project and see that the
city gets a good job from the
contractor. The city has used
Gunn's services on several
other projects in the past and
prevented many problems
from coming back to haunt
. them after a project was
.completed.
SEWER LINES'
Ever since the city has
operated a water and sewer
department, it has had re-
strictions on what material
could be used in sewage
mains, leading from the build-
ing to the collection lines.
After a bad experience with a
synthetic pipe, the city has
since required cast iron pipe
be used for this purpose.
Tuesday night, the Commis-
sion relented after several
years of suggestions that they
do so, and allowed schedule
"40" PVC lines to be used.
Even so, there are restric-
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1978...


It Was More Good Than Bad


WAS IT A good year or a bad year in 1978?
It's all in how you look at it, we suppose. In an
effort to discern whether 1978 was good or bad,
we thumbed back through the back issues for the
year, selecting the most important headlines of
the year.
As a matter of curiosity, we went through the
105 top headlines we. selected and categorized
them in two columns. One column was labeled
simply, "Good". The other column was labeled
"Bad or Controversial". A count and classifying
of the headlines determined there were 67
"Good" ones and 38 which could be labeled,
"Bad or controversial".
Based on this screening and grading


titillating to our people, as a county engineering
firm announced they were doing work in
preparation to an Arab financed firm purchasing
land and building a good size city in the extreme
southern portion of the county. A city of 10,000 it
was said.
A SAD piece of news was that High School
Principal Edwin Williams was shot in the back
this past year, after he had ejected a young man
who had been drinking from a local basketball
game. Woodrow Cherry is being held on the
shooting charge.
IMPORTANT TO PARENTS was news that
the Gulf County Schools adopted a testing
program this past year to test students


Frost On The Pumpkin


Old man Winter may have
stayed away from our doors
thus far in -the year, but he
introduced himself and show-
ed what he can do in Florida
Tuesday and Tuesday night.
. From temperatures in the
high 70's and low 80's Monday,
the mercury started dropping
Tuesday morning and plunged
to freezing and below by
mid-morning Tuesday.' By
3:00 p.m., a slight "warming"
trend set in and the mercury
rose to 33.


Wednesday morning, the
cold was definitely here.
Unofficial reports by Bill
Simmons, who :keeps up
with such things, says the
temperatures fell to.a low
of 17 early Wednesday
"-IiornrA'"t'Simmons said
this is the coldest it has
been here in Port St. Joe.
since January 19, 1977,
when the. thermometer
dipped to a chilly 15
degrees. .
The City apparently wea-


there the sudden cold snap
pretty well, even though it had
experienced unseasonably
warm weather all this winter.
The City water department
was operating as usual Wed-
nesday morning with no
emergencies reported 'at 9:00
a.m. There were-probably a-
few frozen pipes where they
were exposed to the elements,
but nothing serious.
The most serious side-effect
from the cold was a slight loss
in natural gas. pressure early
Wednesday. Heavy use along
the line of Florida Gas
Transmission Company,
which serves the length of the
frigid Gulf Coast, caused the
gas pressure to go down just a
little bit. Gas company offi-
cials said this had very little
effect on their local custom-
ers. A check Wednesday mor-
ning showed that only about a
half -dozen customers had
called in with reports that
their pilot lights had gone out
for lack of pressure. "About
the only pilots which seemed
to go out were those which
were already weak", said a
gas company spokesman.
Ice was plentiful in the few
spots in the .city where water
was standing from the rain
earlier in the week, but even
'these few spots were scarce,
-as the rain, which had stayed
away for so long, was quickly
soaked up by the thirsty
ground,
Weather reports say we can
look for another night of hard
cold, but nothing like Tuesday
night and Wednesday mor-
ning.


... and tender plants covered up.


Work started on dock rehabilitation


-Russell Owen Martin was county's first traffic fatality


process,' 1978 had to be a pretty good year. Also
the count and classification sort of scotches that
old cliche, "The papers never print anything but
bad or sensational news". Sensational, maybe;
bad, not necessarily.
10 MOST IMPORTANT STORIES
IN THE SELECTION process, we have
come up with what we believe to be the 10 most
important stories in Gulf County and Port St. Joe
during the past year. The only' one we had
trouble with was in deciding which should be in
firstplace: the hospital morass, the Highland
View bridge saga or the new port facilities.
After pondering the situations, we believe
the hospital story to be the most important of the
year for Port St. Joe. This debacle deteriorated
from a request of the Hospital Board for a doctor
to move his offices out of a hospital wing to a $1.2
million suit being filed against the hospital and
the other three private practitioners in the city
as the year wound down.
THE HIGHLAND VIEW bridge had to come
in a close second as the most important news
story of the year. After being out of commission
and closed to vehicle traffic for more than three
weeks, public sentiment prevailed upon the DOT
to announce later in the year that a new high rise.
bridge would be built at the intersection of the
Gulf County Canal and Highway 98.
TWO TRAFFIC DEATHS during 1978 were
the top story to the families involved, but we rate
this story a high third in importance to the entire
county as whole. Even though this is one of the
lowest highway death rates Gulf County has had
in several years, the sudden and violent death of
anyone is a tragedy.
A DESTRUCTIVE forest fire which threa-
tened several homes in the St. Joe Beach area
and actually burned one to the ground, comes in
for fourth billing in the. 10 most important stories
of the year. The fire raged out of control for
nearly half a day before it was stopped at
Highway 98 and a drainage ditch west of
Highland View.
PLANS WERE announced in the City this
past year to begin planning for a new public port
in the Port St. Joe area: something which has
been talked about for years here in Port St. Joe,
but never gotten off first base.
During the year, George Tapper asked the
County Commission and the City Commissions to
support a drive to get port facilities built here. As
the year progressed, planning money was made
available for the project and a firm hired to do
the feasibility study.
AGRICULTURE TOOK a more important
position in Gulf County's economic base this past
year, with the sale of several thousands of acres
to be utilized as farmlands.
MK Ranches began experimenting with the
growing of rice to add to the already emerging
money crops of soy beans, corn and maize to add
to the cattle and pulpwood economy.
WELCOME NEWS made up the next
important story of the.year, as it was learned
that the White City area was in the strong
running for a new electricity generating plant for
Florida Power Corporation. As things progres-
sed, the possible sites for the plant were
narrowed down to two, with the White City site
still in the running. A final decision is expected in
this matter about the middle of 1979.
THEN THERE was the question, "Are the
Arabs Coming?" A rumor-type story, but


throughout their school years to see if they are
learning anything. If not, remedial teaching will
be provided. Also in the program, is a test to
determine if a student, after 12 years, has
'learned enough to deserve to receive a high
school diploma.
This wasn't such good news in some circles.
On a whole, however, the tests determines if the
teacher is teaching correctly and if the student is
learning anything.
YEAR'S HEADLINES
The most important headlines during the
past year, on a monthly basis, according to our
selection, were as follows:
JANUARY
Roy Taylor, veteran school system auditor,,
retired. Mayor Frank Pate asked for the city to
begin making plans to establish an industrial
park. Daniel Floyde Jackson was the first baby
born in Municipal Hospital in the new year.
Investors announced they wished to build a
nursing home here. County, City agreed on a
water and sewer rate for Oak Grove. St. Joe
Papermakers Federal Credit Union moved into a
new building. First Baptist Church burned its
mortgage. St. Joe Natural Gas Company take
pipelines into Highland View.
FEBRUARY
Flood waters drive 75 families from their
homes in the Dead Lakes area. Survey shows
living costs in Port St. Joe cheapest in the state.
Planning started on development of new Gulf
Aire subdivision. John Miller installed as


Chamber of Commerce president. Raffield
starts shipping Gulf County seafood to Egypt,
City completes $270,000 drainage project and
e .new water.tank. Long Avenue Baptists burned
their mortgage.
MARCH
County gets its last secondary road paving.
Question raised, is Gulf County 'canal salt or
fresh water when determining fishing laws
applicable? Preachers Department Store open-
' ed. Wewahitchka blacks claim harassment in
county schools. EPA tests' Wastewater Treat-
ment Plant and found it effective. Limited wood
supply threatens mill operations (a situation
which lasted most of the year). State Supreme
Court scolds County Judge David Taunton.
Chauncey Costin retired as Postmaster. New 230
KV electric line built into Port St. Joe by Florida
Power.
APRIL
Gulf's first traffic death reported-Russell ,
Owen Martin, 15. New bank charter denied by
state Comptroller. Wewahitchka Bank was
embezzled by two of its employees. 750 acre
forest fire destroys beach home. Bridge closed
for repairs. Man found at Overstreet after being
dead for three weeks. Billy Joe Rish decides to
step down from his Legislative post.
MAY
Old City docks to be refurbished. Port
construction plans announced. John Robert
Smith wins election in City primary. DER
assesses fine against St. Joe Paper Company;
$70,000 lump sum and $100.00 a day. Strike hits
Basic, Inc. Sunland Park named for Billy Joe
Rish. Cecil Costin stirs hornets nest by beginning
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This scene greeted Highway 98 motorists for nearly month
This scene greeted Highway 98 motorists for nearly'a month


; . .


m a


Fireplaces were lit


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"PAGE; TWO


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1979


Editorials. . .




Volunteers Watching Over


Tax Dollars


Florida business leaders are
doing something unique for the
state. So far as we know, it's the first
time anything such as this has been
."tried anywhere in the nation. The
business leaders are- forming. an
organization to look over the shoul-
der of our state budget makers and
-see that the tax dollars are being
..spent wisely and where they might
do the most good.
Forming the group is Mark C.
S Hollis, vice president of Publix
" Supermarkets, who says, "Our
. objective is not to go out intention-
ally to pass tax cuts. We want to find
S" those areas of government opera-
tions that aren't getting what they
need to perform services to do for
people what they can't do for
E themselves."
That's a good set of guidelines.
E We think tax money should be spent
- in sufficient amounts to do some
good in areas where government is
r needed. Where government isn't'
& needed, people should do for them-
selves at their own expense.
'**


Hardly anyone who pays taxes
minds shelling out his or her
hard-earned dollars provided it is
wisely used. Waste of tax money is
what causes the tax revolts such as
Proposition 13 in California.
Hollis-says, "The advisory coun-
cil would perform a watchdog,
research function. We're going to
look at spending and not taxing."
If Hollis and his group can give
some helpful suggestions in the
areas of spending, the taxing will
take care of itself.
Already, the State of Florida has
a healthy $500 million surplus, which
isn't too much for a state the size of
Florida. With this kind of money
laying around to cover the rainy
days, law makers tend to get
nervous and start looking for a place
to put it. We hope Hollis' committee
is successful in their endeavor in
order to protect this surplus and all
future tax dollars paid into the state
treasury. We, as tax payers, are
anxious that our money not be
wasted.


Christmas Is All Over


Christmas is definitely.over: Signs of this were seen all over the city this


week and our photographer found these traces of the passing of the holiday. In
the photo above, one toy has already been torn up and discarded in the trash,
along with some of the wrapping boxes. In the bottom photo, a discarded
Christmas tree doesn't look quite so gay, lying beside the road, waiting for the
trash man to come cart it away.. -Star photo


Convincing Americans

A French playwright by the We disagree with Mr. lonesco in
e of Eugene Ionesco has taken it. this analogy. There are many young.
i himself to convince Americans people today who have their head
are not as bad as they think, screwed on straight. We'll go along
are. with his statement that five' percent
We would say Mr Ilonesco has a of them are leftists, but not that the
n his hands. You can see it right other 95 percent are nonpolitical.
in Port St. Joe as well as over Here in Florida most of the elections
he nation. Those who are about are run by the young who have
30-ish and above are convinced energy to burn. We haven't elected
nation is a pretty good place in any leftists in Florida.
h to live. Those under that age Pat f wat he'says istrue Our
a to think the nation is going to
and is the cause of most itin gs voting record proves it. At election
Lnd is the cause of most things

onesco said that his research in droves and plainly many of them
study shows that the students who do cast their. vote, do so not
5 percent non-political and do adequately informed on the issues.

now or care what goes on in the It's the nature of concerned
d. The other five percent are Americans to apply their concern to
;ts for whoip the worst think you the entire world, but to say that we
lo is say that'Americans are not are the cause of the world's
anity's greatest criminals. problems is just plain stupidity.


A Layman's View


I Corinthians 10:1, 6, 11;
:-Titus 3:4-6
KEY WORD: God's Abun-
dant love
(I Cor. 10:1) "Moreover,
-brethren, I would not that ye
:should be ignorant, how that
-all our fathers were under the
:cloud, and all passed through
_,:the sea;"
K (V-6) "Now these things
were our examples, to the
^intent we should not lust after.
e'7.vil things, as they - also
:lusted."
(V-11) "Now all these things
happenednd unto them for ex-
=janiples: and they are written

SALTY
SALLY










Extreme Left-wingers
are suspicious of
business. Extreme
SRight-wingers are
-suspicious of every-
ihing else.


By BILLY NORRIS


for our admonition (instruc-
tion), upon whom the ends of
the world are come."
(Titus 3:4) "But after that
the kindness and love of God
our Savior toward men ap-
peared,"
(V-5) "Not by works of
righteousness which we have
done, but according to his
mercy he saved us, by the
washing of regeneration, and
renewing of the Holy Ghost;"
(V-6) "Which he shed on us
abundantly through Jesus
Christ our Savior;"
After God had made the
earth and everything on and in
it, He turned it over to Adam's
control. Adam went against
God's commandment and end-
ed up turning the control over
the earth and everything on it
(including man) to Satan.
As a result, God spent the
next few thousand years
bringing man to the point that
God could Re-enter (through
the womb of a Virgin) and
Re-gain control of man's
future. This was accomplished
through Jesus' death on the
cross and His Resurrection.
I Corinthians 10th Chapter
tells us that all that happened
during Moses' time (and until
Jesus came) were examples
to us as what not to do against
God. Titus 3rd Chapter points
out the fact of God's love. He


Letter to Editor:

-Has Trophies ETAOIN SHRDLU
to Give Away ,., *

Dear Wesley,
We have 9.i trnnhips RBentn


and I would like to present to
the Gulf County special olym-
pic games for the retarded. If
the person in charge would
contact us at 639-2781 or Rt. 2,
Box 1789, Wewahitchka, we
would appreciate it.
We wish you and the Star
readers a Happy New Year.
Thanks,
Dot Hamm


Water * * * from Page 1


tions. The PVC can be used
only beginning five feet from
the exterior of the building
and requiring clean-out plugs
at the property line.
The change in requirements
takes place effect imme-
diately.
OTHER CHANGES
Another change in building
requirements is in the mak-
ing, with new energy re-
quirements causing required
changes in building practices.
The new changes will gov-
ern lighting and insulation.
New requirements by the
federal government in these
areas are now required by
financing agents such as FHA,
VA, FmHA and other gov-
ernment supported financial
agencies. Private financial
houses will require the new
measures in 1981 in order to
lend mortgage money.
The city has two options:
one which will require insula-
tion and lighting similar to
what most homes are already
using and one which will
remove all restrictions from
homes or buildings under 1500

appeared in love and kindness
to man to save us (those who
would accept) by the washing
of Regeneration (spiritual re-
newal) and renewing the Holy
Ghost in us through Jesus
Christ. Don't miss God's Love.
Be Saved Today!


square feet.
This change in the city's
building code.will be consider-
ed within the next month.
Federal and state regulations
require some definite lan-
guage in the building code by
March 15 bf this year.
SAFETY INSPECTOR
A Department of Transpor-
tation safety engineer was
scheduled to be in the city
yesterday to inspect the safety
or lack of safety in the Fifth
Street median.
The DOT had designed the
median strip and stipulated
what plants to. place where,
but several local residents
have filed complaints with the
city, claiming safety hazards
at several of the intersections,
particularly Long and Wood-
ward Avenues.
The Commission has re-
quested the DOT to come look
at the street and make sugges-
tions and recommendations. A
rash of accidents on the street
has caused many drivers to
say they couldn't see.
The Commission is reluc-
tant to have all the shrubs and
flowers removed and mar the
beauty of the street. The
inspection trip by the DOT
engineer should give the city
some pointers on how they can
maintain the beauty of the
street as well as increase its
safety.


BY THE TIME you read this, we will have a
new year, a new Governor and a new calendar.
How can one better start off a new year?
The politicians are trying to talk us into
expecting a blah year and if we expect it hard
enough, I suppose we will have it. The
economists, who put their thoughts about the
economy on paper periodically, don't share quite
the same pessimism, however. Most of them
think the year will be good with a very mild lull
at the half-way mark of the new year.
As we said last week, we expect a good year
here in Port St. Joe. George Tapper shared my
optimism last Thursday in a talk to the Rotary
Club, describing the year of 1979 as a rival of 1936
(when it was announced the paper mill was
coming here) in importance for announcements
that will be made during the year.
George has usually been pretty accurate
with his predictions and I hope he doesn't stub
his toe or twist his tongue this time.

THAT ISN'T to say the year will be without
its problems.
Already we all have started paying, more
Social Security deductions from our pay checks.
The Iranians are still fussing and fighting among
themselves and threatening to drag part of the
rest of the world into their squabble. We'll pay
more for oil and thus for gasoline. The SALT pact
agreement seems to be cloudy in settlement.
(One writer this past week said the pact would
cause us to limnit our defense capability while
Russia would limit its salt). Crazy people are
still chopping up kids and burying them under
the house. But, it has always been like this.
Social Security deductions will be bumped
up to a 31 percent increase in one step. This hits
the employer and employee equally as hard,
since both pay an equal amount for the
employees benefits. We'll pay longer into the
year, too, since the maximum wage which is
taxable for Social Security is now $22,900. This
means that most of us here in Port St. Joe will
pay Social Security all year long.
If we get socialized medicine this year, as
Senator Ted Kennedy wants, we can count on
this contribution doubling at least.


y: Wesley R. Ramsey


ROCKY COMFORTER brought in this next
piece the other day, written by Senator I. E.
Solberg, N.D., and printed in the "Southern
Funeral Director". The quote goes like this-
"What we ought to do now, obviously, is
suspend all activity until we can hold a hearing
to select a panel that will appoint a commission
authorized to hire a new team of experts to
restudy the feasibility of compiling an index of
all the committees that have in the past
inventoried and cataloged all the various studies
aimed at finding out what happened to all the
policies that were scrapped when new policies
were decided upon by somebody else. Once
that's out of the way, I think we could go full
steam ahead with some preliminary plans for a
new study with Federal Funds of why nothing
can be done right now."
If you can figure out what Senator Solberg
said, would you please call me and let me in on
the secret.

I turned on the TV Friday night to watch the
Gator Bowl and I would have sworn Archie
Weimorts was coaching the Clemson team. It
looked just like him until I examined the coach a
little closer... the chew of tobacco wasn't large
enough to be Archie.
I also thought Woody Hayes was coaching
Ohio State during the game until they had their
pass intercepted at the last of the game and he
grabbed the Clemson player which did the
intercepting. Then I saw it was a jackass
coaching the Buckeyes all along.

IN A COLUMN last week, James JCilpatrick
reported that Senator Russell Long of Louisiana,
chief of the Senate's Taxation Committee, is
mulling over in his mind the advantage of
introducing a Value Added Tax to replace the
Social Security and part of the income taxes we
now pay. Kilpatrick pointed out that Senator
Long was only considering the possibilities of the
new tax, which is used widely in Europe.
Kilpatrick said neither he nor Senator Long were
sure whether the idea would be easier or harder
for the taxpayer.
The Value Added Tax is sort of like a sales
tax. It places a tax on everything produced in the
nation at each station where a change is made,
from the raw product to the finished goods. It's
supposed to be one of those "painless taxes", but
I didn't know such an animal existed.
Taxes, and likely plenty of them, are
something which I feel will be with us, in
bountiful supply during the new year. There may
be shortages of other things, but not taxes.
Isn't that a cheery note to end this piece on?


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1979


PAGE THREE


Aluminum Recycling Unit


NationalDemocratic Conference In Apalachicola Jan.16
nitratS g the new "recy- frozen food and dinner trays of the energ that w


The National Democratic
Midterm Conference was held
recently in Memphis, Tennes-
-see. In attendance from Port
St. Joe were Mrs. Selma Shoe-
maker, State Committee-
woman, and Eddie Creamer,
who is currently a student at
The University of West Flor-
ida in Pensacola.
While at the Conference,
they had the honor of meeting
President Jimmy Carter and
Vice President Walter Mon-
Sdale, at a reception held by
, . Gov'. James B. Hunt, Jr.,
Chairman of the National
Democratic Governors' Con-
ference.
Mrs. Shoemaker and Mr.
Creamer attended many
workshops, including the U.S.
and Third World Relations,
chaired by U.N. Ambassador
Andrew Y6ung; Arms Con-
trol, chaired by President
. , Jimmy Carter; and National


' Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege will offer nine courses
this spring in the Port St.
-Joe-Apalachicola area.
In Port St. Joe, seven
classes will be offered. Those
courses include: ACC 1001
(Principles of Accounting I) -
Monday, 6:30-9:15 p.m.; ARH
2000 (Understanding the Arts)
- Thursday, 6:30 - 9:15 p.m.;
ENC 1103 (Freshman English ,
I1) - Monday, 6:30-9:15 p.m.;
ENC 1136 (Freshman English
II) - Tuesday, 6:30-9:15 p.m.;
EUH 1000 (Western Civiliza-
tion) - Thursday, 6:30-9:15
p.m.; MGF 1113 (General
Education Math) - Wednes-
day, 6:30-9:15 p.m.; and PHY
1020 (Basic Physics) - Tues-
day, 6:30 - 9:15 p.m.
In Apalachicola, two cour-
ses will be offered. They are:
' PSC 1341 (Basic Physical
Science'L- 'Wedhesday. 6:30 -
9:15 p.m.; and PSY 2012
(General Psychology) - Mon-
day, 6:30-9:15 p.m.
Registration will be held in
both towns on Wednesday,
January 10, at 6:30 p.m. The
registration location in Port
St. Joe is Port St. Joe High
School and in Apalachicola it
is Apalachicola High School.


I'_ / , i. n o" o'* , "1
Some people believe that if
you sneeze before breakfast,
company's coming..


Health and Policy, chaired by
Sen. Edward Kennedy.
The Florida delegation was
led by Governor Bob Gra-
ham and Lt. Gov. Wayne
Mixson. Also attending from
Florida was Alfredo Duran,
State Democratic Party chair-


man.
The conference covered four
days,.and was very enlighten-
ing to all who attended. Much
was accomplished at the Con-
ference in the ray of strength-
ening the national Democratic
platform.


Book of Mark Study

at First Baptist Church
A special Bible study, with services will be provided for
its subject the book of Mark, those with young children.
will be held at the First
Baptist Church, January 7-10.
IIJC *UUUW11m5mr Ir0 0 0LJc.^ha*ll


e r1 o UI oUWI ing 1 a ,sce;Uie
of the sessions: Sunday, 6:15-
7:15 p.m.; Monday and Tues-
day, 7:00-9:00 p.m. and Wed-
nesday, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
The Bible study is fi'ee to all
who wish to attend Nurseprv


I


Bag 7-Point Buck


bagged their game near lola
County.


in north Gulf
-Star photo


cling" year in Apalachicola,
Reynolds Aluminum Recy-
cling Company's mobile unit
will be stopping two times in
January to pay the public 17
cents a pound for their clean,
household aluminum.
Tuesday, January 16 and 30
from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.,
the unit will be at the County
Dock Boat Base, Avenue "E"
and Waters St.
Reynolds pays the public 17
cents a pound for aluminum
beverage cans and other
clean, household aluminum
items such as foil, pie plates,


and dip, pudding and meat
containers.
"In 1978, response to alumi-
num recycling in the commu-
nity was excellent. Reynolds
is anticipating another great
year for '79," said Dave
Vardell, District Manager,
Reynolds Aluminum Recy-
cling Co.
"Besides the economic in-
centive to recycle aluminum,
residents can take pride in the
fact that they are helping to
reduce litter and conserve
energy. Each time aluminum
is recycled, we save 95 percent


nild:-hbe


required to make alumirfum
from bauxite ore," Vardell
explained.


Public Notices

ACCEPTINGAPPLICATIONS
GULF COUNTY COMMUNITY
SERVICES COORDINATOR- -
Applications will be accepted in the
Officeof the Superiniendeni of SCnools in
the courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida,
until 5:00 P.M., EST, January 12, 1979;
for one Community Services Coorcina.
tor for the Port St Joe Area
Applications and Job Descripi.ons can
be picked up in the Off iceof the Superin-
tendent of Schools. '
21 12 2


t Florida First National Bank at Port St. Joe

Will Pay




% Annual Rate





on 6 Month Certificates




Rates Guaranteed To Maturity On Certificates Issued

January 4, 1979 to January 10, 1979.


These Certificates Are Issued With A Minimum Investment

of $10,000. They are subject to existing penalties for early

Withdrawal: Loss of '3 months interest and the payment of

any remaining interest at the Passbook Rate


We Are Serious About Your Business



B Florida First National Bank

at Port St. Joe
504 Monument Avenue 904/229-8282 tramuin -
Member FDIC 1978 Florida National Banks of Florida, Inc. LENDER


Eddie Creamer, left, shown with Hamilton Jordan,


chief advisor to
.
P


Registration Set for Jan. 10 for


GCCC Courses Offered In St. Joe


; Mike Rich and Hal Hinote brought home
this nice seven point buck after a day of
hunting last Saturday. The two young men


dlm��








PAGE FOUR


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1979


Charlotte Jenkins On

Cookman Dean's List
:Charlotte Jenkins, daughter college.
of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
Jenkins, 251 Avenue E, quali- Miss Jenkins, a 1978 gradu-
fled for the Dean's List of ate from Port St. Joe High
Bethune-Cookman College in School, qualified for the scho-
Daytona Beach, it was an- plastic honor by posting a 3.29
nounced last week by the grade average.


*: . - . . , . \
" , ,
,sm..


You can help make homework more palatable with a tempting,
nourishing snack. Set out a pitcher of ice cold milk, a bowl of
fresh fruit, plus a plateful of crunchy, melt-in-the-mouth Super
Pudgy Chocolate Cookies-the combination could be positively
Inspirational! And you can give your kids that unbeatable
homemade taste with very little effort because you start with
sweetened condensed milk. When heated with chocolate, sweet-
ened condensed milk quickly forms a smooth, thick mixture.
Then simply blend in the few other ingredients, shape dough,
chill, slice, bake. Prize-winner in a national recipe contest, these
cookies will win you smiles. (They'll keep fresh for days in a
tightly covered cookie jar, and you can prepare dough ahead of
time, refrigerate till ready to bake-another plus!)
SUPER FUDGY CHOCOLATE COOKIES.
(Makes about 6 dozen)
2% cups semi-sweet chocolate 3 tablespoons butter or
morsels margarine
! (14-ounce can) Eagle� 2 cups unsifted flour
Brand Sweetened Condensed 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Milk i cup coarsely chopped nuts
'In medium saucepan, combine morsels, sweetened condensed
m)lk and butter. Cook and stir over low heat until morsels are
melted. Remove from heat; add remaining ingredients. Mix well.
Divide dough into thirds; shape each into 8-inch roll. Wrap in
wax paper. Chill until firm (about 2 hours). Preheat oven to
C''. Cut Into '-inch slices; place on ungreased baking sheet.
Baike 7 tol) Mrintes or until top is slightly crusted.

A Dessert That Is
A Culinary Work Of Art

.. ...
.."' ', ,,,., , - " . / [. - ., , }. ,.,


Spends


Cindy Tatum On


Holidays Wesleyan Dean's List


In Greece

Timmy C. Griffith left for
Athens, Greece on December
16 to spend the holidays with
his family. His mother, Mrs.
Bobbie Jean O'Brian Griffith,
is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Grady O'Brian of 513
Woodward Ave.
Timmy's father, Billy Jay
Griffith, was recently retired
from a 23 year career with the
United States Air Force and is
now employed by Lockheed
International Airlines in
Athens. Timmy will also be
reunited with his brother,
Stevie Griffith, who is attend-
ing the International Aca-
demy in Athens.


MISS MIRIAM FAYE HARRISON


Engaged


Mr. and Mrs. James Ed-
ward Harrison of Port St. Joe
announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Miriam Faye, to
Harry Leslie Smith, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leslie
Smith, Sr. of Enterprise,
Alabama.
Miss Harrison is the grand-
daughter of Mr. -and Mrs.
Ralph Albert Swatts of Port
St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Thompson of Pa-
nama City. She is the great
granddaughter of the late Mr.


and Mrs. T.H. Stone of this
city.
Miss Harrison is a graduate
of Port St. Joe High School and
of Troy State University
where she was a member of
Alpha Delta Pi social sorority
and a little sister of Theta Chi
fraternity.
Smith is a graduate of
Enterprise High School and
holds a master's degree from
Troy State University where
he was a member of Theta Chi
social fraternity and president


of the Interfraternity Council.
He is now employed by
Wallace Laboratories and
lives in Birmingham, Ala-
bama.
The wedding will take place
at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday,
February 24, at the First
United Methodist Church.
No invitations will be sent
locally but all friends and
relatives are cordially invited
to the wedding and to the
reception which will follow in
the church social hall.

CARD OF THANKS
"I would like to thank all of
my friends and neighbors for
making my Christmas a joy-
ous one I can't name all of you
by name but I love and thank
each and every one of you
from the bottom of my heart.
May God bless each and every
one of you.
Fannie Montgomery


Cindy Tatum, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesley
Atkins, has been named to the
Dean's List at Central Wes-
leyan College in Central,


South Carolina.
Cindy is a junior and is
majoring in elementary edu-
cation.


AND USE THE


CLASSIFIED SECTION!

BUYING - SELLING - JOBS
TRADING - SERVICES - RENT
HOME SALES - NEW - USED


",, "/"W H.j:-' " Wildil- ' BA N""A, J IR.-ill
. Orange Chiffon Mold fulfills'all your dessert needs. It's
light, flavorful, easy to prepare with minimal cooking and the
simplest ingredients, and can be made in advance. Best of
all- it's an impressive offering for springtime guests.
: . Orange Chiffon Mold
1 envelope unflavored orange juice, kept
gelatine frozen
/4 cup sugar, divided 1 cup heavy cream,
1�/8 teaspoon salt whipped
: 2 eggs, separated , Whipped cream
f/2 cup cold water Florida orange sections
S 1: 1 can (6 ounces) Florida Strawberries
: frozen concentrated
: Mix. gelatine, 1/2 cup sugar, and salt in medium saucepan.
; at together egg yolks and water; stir into gelatine mixture.
Place over low heat; stir constantly until gelatine dissolves and
mixture thickens slightly, about 5 minutes. Remove from heat;
" add frozen orange juice concentrate and stir until melted. Mix-
ture should mound slightly when dropped from spoon (if not,
chill a few minutes). Beat egg whites until stiff but not dry.
: Gradually add remaining 1/4 cup sugar and beat until very stiff.
F old into gelatine mixture. Fold in whipped cream. Turn into
5-cup mold. Chill until firm. Unmold. Garnish with whipped
S eam, orange sections, and strawberries. YIELD 6 servings.



FIRST

BAPTIST CHURCH

Corner Third Street and Baltzel I Avenue,
S REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth

SUNDAYSCHOOL .................... 9:45A.M.
MORNINGWORKSHIPSERVICE .... 11:00A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ................. 6:15 P.M,
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 7:30 P.M.
PRAYERMEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:00 P.M.

"Come and Worship God with Us"



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.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .. 6:00 P.M.
S CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.


Drew, Marion, Paige, Mrs. Dessie Lee and Peggy Parker
embark on a tour of the Carribbean.

Dessie Lee Parker Takes


Caribbean Voyage


Dessie Lee Parker accom-
panied her son, Marion Park-
er, wife, Peggy, and children,
Drew and Paige on the maiden
voyage of the "Song of Nor-
way", visiting points of inter-
est in the Caribbean.


They departed from Miami
on December 16 for a seven
day cruise, visiting ports of
call in Puerto Plata, Domini-
can Republic, San Juan, Puer-
to Rico and St. Thomas, Virgin
Islands.


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








THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1979 PAGE FIVE.


TapperWaxes Enthusiastic



About County Future In'79


George: Tapper was fairly
oozing enthusiasm for the
year of 1979 in Port St. Joe
when he spoke to the Rotary
Club at their regular meeting
last Thursday.
"I am convinced that in 1679
announcements will be made
which will rival the import-
ance of the announcement
which was made. in 1936
revealing that St. Joe Paper
Company was going to build
its paper mill here", Tapper
said.
The local businessman went


Peters, McNair


Families Gather


Under the direction of Na-
than Peters, Jr., the Peters -
McNair family held their
second family reunion in Port
St. Joe December 26, 1978 (,the
first reunion was in 1974).
Relatives came from 'as far
away as Japan to reunite for
the joyous occasion.
Events for the affair includ-
ed an afternoon activity in
which all families were intro-
duced, a buffet meal was
served and dancing highlight-
ed the occasion.
The reunion dance was the
gala event of the entire
occasion which was held at the
High School. Persons from
the community were invited
to participate in the event:
During intermission several
plaque presentations were
made to Damon Peters, Sr.,
Edwin Williams, Lela Gant'
and Mamie Stallworth. Also,


the best parents of the reunion
receiving certificates were:
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Peters,
Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Damon
McNair, Sr., Mrs. Sue Cooper,
Mrs. Lula Wilson, Mrs. Nora
Butler, Mrs. R.A. Driesbach,
Mrs. Susie Beech, Mrs. Mozet-
ta Edwards, Mr. and Mrs.
John Brinson and Mr. and
Mrs. Barnwell.
The families of the reunion
would like to express thanks to
everyone who assisted in some
way in order to make a joyous
and successful reunion. All
expressed a gladness to be.
home, feeling that Port St. Joe
is truly home.
Two members of the family
are presently practicing den-
tistry. They are: Dr. Clarence
McNair of Chicago, Illinois
and Dr. Edward L. Peters of
West Palm Beach.


The Peters family
.. . :.:d


Donate
In the photo at left, the
Brothers of the Sun motorcy-
cle club presents a check for
$155 to Ambulance Service
squiad chief David Horton
toward the purchase of a Jaws
of Life tool. The money was
earned by a motorcycle jam-
boree held December 17.
In the photo, left to right
are: Linda Hickson, James
McGee, Charlie Kimble, Da-
vid Horton, Alphonso Lewis,
C. L. Sylvester, Linda Lewis
and Carolyn Dawson.


on to say, "About 98 percent of
the people in Gulf County may
believe that this is just so
much malarky or politics.
Many of them still don't
believe we are going to get a
major new port here, or a new
bridge over the canal at
Highland View, but it is going
to be done". He went on to say
that these two items will mark
the beginning of many other
things coming to Port St. Joe
to brighten the economic
future and provide jobs for
Gulf County people.
"Port St. Joe is beginning to
get on the move", Tapper
said, "and this is beginning to
bother people. They know we
have much to offer which
industry wants and they can
find more of it here in Port. St.


Joe than they can in other.
places."
Tapper said the area nar-
rowly missed two nice, clean
industries within the past few
months and stated if our


position had been then as it is:
now, the industries would,.
have come here. "We're opti-<
mistic about the future we
have been looking for for
over 20 years, now", Tapper
concluded.


Woodards Will Celebrate

Their Golden Anniversary


Mr. and Mrs. Liddori Albert
Woodard, Sr. of 508 Carracas
St., Chattahoochee, will cele-
brate their 50th Wedding
Anniversary at their home on
Sunday,. January 7, 1979 with
calling hours from 2:00 - 5:00
p.m. E.S.T. All friends and
family are invited to share
this happy occasion with the


honored couple.
Serving as hosts will be;
Mrs. Lavinia Radel, Mrs.
Edna Vause, Mrs. Joyce Dea- -
son of Tallahassee, Mrs. Doro-
thy Hamm of Wewahitchka
and Liddon Albert Woodard,
Jr. of Houston, Texas, the
couple's children.


STORE JIOEAII


-Star photo


Made Sure He Was Dead
These two young boys, Ricky Schott and Keith Mork,
killed this five foot rattle snake near their home at St. Joe
Beach Sunday afternoon. The two boys said they beat the
snake with sticks, rocks and bottles for "nearly an hour" to
make sure it was dead. That was smart thinking, boys. The
rattler had six rattles and a button.
-Star photo


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE.-PORT ST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP ................ 11:00AM
EVENING WORSHIP.................. 7:00 PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT.................. 7:00 PM




the members of the


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

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


Notice of Annual Meeting

of Members of



Citizens Federal Savings

and Loan Association

of Port St. Joe


The annual meeting of members of Citizens Federal
Savings and Loan Association of Port St. Joe, will be held on
Wednesday, January 17, 1979, at 2 O'clock P.M., EST, in the
office of the Association at 401 Fifth St., Port St. Joe, Florida,
for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing term,
. and to transact any other business which may legally come
before said meeting.
C. J. Stevens, Jr.
Secretary - Treasurer



SCitizens Federal will be

CLOSED
for business at 12 O'clock noon on

Wednesday, January 17, 1979

in order to hold the annual meeting of members


HIGHLAND VIEW

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














Blind Craftsman



Pleases Children


By Pat Lowrey
If Santa cannot find depend-
. able help in elves next year, he
can find a skilled craftsman in
. Highland View to help crank
out all those doll beds and
rockers little girls have been
- wanting from time im-
� memorial.
Bryan A. Roberts, a 75 year
old woodworker, who was
once blind, busies himself for
hours a day in a small back-
yard shop. Amid the clutter
and wood shavings, the stoop-
ed craftsman squints at the
machines he labors over man-
ufacturing everything from
wooden trinkets to large,
ornate doll houses.,
For a man who has never
been a father, Roberts mys-
teriously knows just the size
and shape furniture children
-need to make their doll fami-
lies comfortable and happy.
Parents often order several
rooms of the handcrafted
items for special gifts. One
man has even gone so far as to
consider having Roberts build
a six-foot square playhouse.
This will be an easy assign-
ment compared to the intri-
cacies of building a large two-
story doll house like the one he
built last year--complete with
stairs, doors, paned windows
and porches.
The smell of fresh paint
permeates the air around a
table stocked full of miniature
.gliders that actually swing,
cribs with sides that raise,
rockers that rock and a mir-
rored dresser with easily


moveable drawers. Local chil-
dren have enjoyed these play-
things for years and hang on to
* them after store-bought toys
have been thrown out.
A boat builder by trade,
Roberts learned his skills as a
, youth helping his father in St.
Marks and soon graduated
from building small skiffs to a
large 40-footer. Although' he
occasionally builds boats, he
has become an artisan of a
wider variety of woodwork-
ing. He makes custom picture
frames and carves decorative
trivets' fashioned from. such
things as a leaf off the old
sweetgum tree in the yard or
an unusual star shape his wife
saw in the encyclopedia.
To see his handicrafts, one
would never guess he had been
blind for five years and even
now has seriously impaired
vision.
Not being "one to stick to a
job once it got dull," Roberts
tried his hand at jobs ranging
from commercial fishing to
working at Kenney's sawmill.
His eyesight woes started at
the sawmill when a metal
scrap flew out a machine
impaling above his right eye,
severing the optical nerve and
leaving the eye sightless.
Worse came to worse later
when severe cataracts formed
on both eyes leaving him
totally blind. Roberts had
been deaf as well since his
first year of life.
Odell Roberts, his wife of 54
years, says Roberts withdrew
from life spending his days


sitting under a shade tree
pining, away for the things he
used to do. "I had to do some-
thing because it was driving
me wild seeing him sit thel-e
day in and day out wringing
his hands," Mrs. Roberts
laments, remembering how it
was her idea of woodworking
that rehabilitated him during
his blind years. She cut out
triangles and other shapes in
paper so he could get the feel
of it and reproduce it in wood.
-He had already perfected the
art of precision woodcutting
by the time "newfangled"
operations restored his sight
giving his first blind eye his
* strongest vision.
Mrs. Roberts recalls with a
look of sadness those days
over 15 years ago when she
'would send her handicapped.
husband to the store along the
one route he had mastered.,
Often the neighbors would
have to stop suddenly to avoid
hitting Roberts as he ambled
unknowingly into their path.
As his feet crunched in some
oyster shells, Roberts knew he
was home and could cross the
street; but, if he missed the
cue, he would ramble on down
the street. until. he felt his
wife's hand grab. his arm to'
lead him back home. "
With his own brand of deter-
mination and the support of a
creative wife, Roberts defied
those idle days of darkness
and found a more fruitful
niche--expressing his .visions
in wood.


The Roberts ,examine some doll furniture



Larger Deductions Coming Out


Paychecks for Social Security


Workers may notice a high-
er deduction for social secur-
ity when they get their pay-
checks in 1979, David Robin-
son, Social Security Represen-
tative for, Gulf County, said
recently.
This is because the social
security tax rate for 1979 will
be .6.13 percent, compared to
S6.05 percent in 1978, Robinson
explained. The increase
amounts to an additional eight
-cents on every $100 in pay.
' In addition .to paying the
higher rates, workers who
earn more than $17,700 will
pay the tax on a larger share
of their income in 1979,
Robinson said. The maximum
S amount of earnings subject to
social security taxes in 1979 is

VFWPost

Meets Jan. 9

V.F.W. Post 10069,. John C.
Gainous, met December 5,
1978 at Butler's Restaurant at
7:30 p.m. Two new members
were accepted into Post 10069.
All veterans over 50 years of
age are invited to attend the
meetings. All veterans who
have. served outside the con-
tinental United States are
eligible and welcome to at-
tend.
The next meeting will be on
January 9, 1979 at Butler's
'Restaurant.


$22,900, compared to the
$17,700 maximum in 1978.
People who earn $22,900 or
more in 1979 will pay $1,403.77
in social security taxes, which
is $332.92 more than the
maximum payable in 1978,
Robinson said. But they also


can count on higher social
security benefits later, Robin-
son said. Monthly benefit
amounts are based on average
covered, earnings, so higher
earnings generally mean high-
er benefit rates, Robinson
said.


Mr. Roberts in his workshop


training course with instructors supplied by
F * the Florida Division of Forestry.
S F ire, c OOl This course was mainly designed to
better train volunteer firemen in brush fire
These Gulf County Beaches and Mexico suppression tactics and improve relations
Beach Volunteer Fire Department personnel between the Division of Forestry and Rural
recently completed an eight hour brush fire Community Fire Protection units.

GFWFC Starts `:`W~ ` .

Series of Annual

Public Meetings
The first meeting of the
Game and Fresh Water Fish K'
Commission in 1979 has .been
set for Thursday, January 18
iri Lake City.
The meeting will begin at
9:00 a.m. at the Holiday Inn,
U.S. Highway 90 West and
Interstate 75 in Lake City.
This is a change from the
previously announced meet-
ing date of Friday, January
12.
SThe meeting is open to the
public and interested citizens 9
and sportsmen are urged to Tudor, loaded. $3300.00
attend. F R P I
The Commission meeting 1976 FORD LTD $2995
will be preceded by a meet-
ing between the Commission-
ers and the administrative
and field staff on Thursday,
January 17 at the Holiday Inn.
This 1:00 p.m. meeting is open Loaded
to the public but discussion
will be limited to Commission- 1972 F
ers and staff.


Stopping At An


Accident Frowned


On by Hiway Patrol


Drivers who slow or stop in
the roadway at the scene .of a
previous crash just to look or
to ask the officer directing
traffic if 'any one was hurt'
usually add to the problem
said the Florida Highway
Patrol this week.
Colonel Eldridge Beach, Pa-
trol director urges all drivers
who come upon the scene of a
crash to proceed cautiously on
their way unless they are the
first vehicle at the scene.
Never stop your car and get
out just to see what's happen-
ing unless it is obvious that

Women's

Auxiliary

Meets
The Women's Auxiliary of
the Pentecostal Holiness
Church on Garrison Ave. met
recently in the church fellow-
ship hall. There were six
ladies present.
The meeting was opened
with prayer by Mrs. Sharon
Everitt. Devotion was pre-
sented by Mrs. Katie Adkins
taken from the 23rd Psalm:
The monthly bible study was
from the book of Matthew by
Mrs. Connie St. Clair.
Future projects were dis-
cussed. Also letters were read
from missionaries the auxil-
iary is helping in Hong Kong
and in Mexico.


assistance is necessary.
When you see that an officer
and medical technicians are
at the scene, do not stop.
Many additional crashes
and deaths occur as a result of
passing motorists slowing or
stopping at the scene of a
crash when there is no obvious
need for assistance.
Beach concluded by saying,
"If you really want to help, the
best thing you can usually do
is continue cautiously on your
way."

"If you don't know
tax laws...you need
H&R Block"


Henry W. Block
We are income tax specialists.
Our preparers are carefully
trained. We'll prepare the form
that is best for you because we
want to make sure you pay the
smallest legitimate tax. Another
reason why you should let H&R
Block do your taxes ... which-
ever form you use, short or long.

MR BLOCK
THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
Phone 229-8536 116 Monument
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Office Hrs: 8:30-5, M-Sat.
Wauneta Brewer, Mgr.


FARM BUREAU


Insurance Companies


Life - Fire - Auto

GREG GOODMAN, Representative
Office Hrs.: 9-5, M-F Office 227-1684
:, ...- .. ... .. F. ", ' ,' ' Homi1e 227-1407
Offices located at Stephens Vault Co.,
412 MONUMENT AVENUE


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world... we'll let you do that after

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tE. B. MILLER REALTY

CAPE SAN BLAS
PORT ST. JOE 2 large tracts available at
the right price: (1) one mile
Muiet residential neighbor- Almost new brick home 3 from turnoff on the Cape;
ood-,bdr l h mas- bdrms, 1'/z baths, plus en- (2) over 4000 feet fronting
nry~ p goMt5,itchen closed play area easily con- the Gulf, extending to Hwy.
cndl nf' arrefrig. verted to den. Central heat, 30, towards Indian Pass
large screened porch - 1023 Ig. window a-c. 2004 Juni- from the curve. Signs on,
Voodward - $27,000. per. property.

ots of room -3 bdrm, 2 full BEACON HILL
aiths, living rm w-fireplace Corner grocery store with
len, largekitchen, cen h&a, all fixtures and inventory, 1st St., between 4th & 5th,
n pretty corner lot. Has operating profitably -owner two cleared lots with build-
een termite treated and retiring - this may be your ing easily converted to a,
repairs made. 1101 Garri- chance to OWN your very beach house. A bargain at,
on Ave. own business. We have all $16,000.00. If you've been
information - operating looking for a place at the
statement available, beach, better see this soon.
ice starter home -2 bdrm, ___
ba., living,rm, den or 3rd WEWAHITCHKA
drm. Bedrooms freshly 516 9thSt., 3 bdrm, 1 bath
painted. 5237th St. - $18,950. den, .2 screen porches on Beautiful 2 yearold brick
oomfora large family 4 lovely lot and a half. You hoe in fine location on /2
oom.for a large family - 4 cey lot and a half. You acre lot w-9 large: pecan
fdrm,, 2 ha., living rm, can pay equity and assume
drm, large den, porch 9 percent loan. Call us to see trees. 3 bdrm, 2/ bath, den
ing rm, large den, porch 9 oan al us to see w-fireplace, cen h&a, carpet
utility area, new roof. this one. .& vinyl thruout. This is a
ice corner lot - 1201 Palm fine home looking for a new
.rick and wood construe- Nice location - 3 bdrm, 3 owner. Just off W. River Rd,
on. 3 bdrm, 11/ bath, living bath home. 30'x48' kitchen- 1 block from IGA Store.
m,. dining rm, screened family im. combo w-fire--------
orch front & back, double place. Cen. h&a, carpeting, Privacy and plenty of room.
airport -w-storage, on cor- drapes & fenced yard - 1313 Almost n4ew brick home on
er lot - 1912 Juniper. Marvin. 13 acre, 3 bdrm, 2 bath,
--- --- living-dining area,.large
SMEXICO BEACH -- den w-fireplace plus a,1I
bdrm, 1 bath apt. w-living

*anal lot, 4th from Gulf. Commercial lot on U.S. 98- rm & kitchen under the
deal location and they're 90'x190'. Price reduced to same roof. Use the apt. for
Most all gone. $20,000. Buy now for the your mother-in-law or as a-
future. master bdrm suite.
cookingg for your dream- Mobile home ready for a WHITE CITY
house? We have it! Beauti- Everythin - WHITE CITY
ul Spanish-style 3 bdrm, 3 new owner. Everything in-
Pat h -sm.Greaty rm,*4 clouded from vacuum to lots Brick 3 bdrm, 2 bath home,
ath home Great im- of wicker on your 24'x16' garage, chain link fence.
ressive fireplace. Swim- Florida rm-den w-elec. fire- Low down payment, ar-
sing pool & patio area place. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, living range own financing, sell
nosed w-privacy fence .rm, eat-in kitchen. You'll will take a 2nd mortgage.
ff living area. Lovely en- have to see this for yourself.-
ance patio. Lots of arches 13/4 acres .- Nice 3 bdrm, 2
nd genuine tile roof. Spa- Nice corner lot -quiet neigh- bath home w-living rm, din-
ious 2 car garage. Grand borhood. Furnished 2 bdrm, ing rm, utility and deep well
sle. This fine home avail- I bath mobile, home. Come. and pump.
ble for lease minimum 6 see what peace and quief - .
months. can do. for you. ' S
S - INDIAN PASS
beautiful mobile home ta- Lovely beach home. 3 bdrm, Only 2 years old 3 ,
tefully decorated and com- 2 bath, living rm w-fire- bath, large eat-in kitchen,
letely furnished. 3 bdrm, 1 place, dining, kitchen w-all bath, large eat-in kitchen,
ath, living rm, kitchen-din- the extras, cabana rm w- livinty rm, candy 9x12' stcarpor
ng area, & lovely 12x38' shower, office, covered age shed in back. Walking
en. Come see for yourself - patio w-greenhouse area, distance to the beach.
t's nice! . cen h&a, - Circle Dr.

year old - a modern brick A view of the Gulf from DALKEITH
ome to fit your lifestyle. 3 .stilts. Almost new 2 bdrm, 1
drm, 2 bath, living rm, den bath, eat-in kitchen, living Room for all your pets -
i utility storage. Cen h&a, rm. Furnished except for horses, cows, chickens! 5
nd carpeting thruout. Why linens and dishes. Double acres fenced and cross fenc-
other w-the hassle of build- carport ui~der house or con-. ed. 3bdrm, 2 bath, country
ig when this may be just ' structed for additional liv- kitchen, largp den. Plus
vhat you want! I ing quarters 15th St. Your own swimming pool.
, Come see how nice country
Dock your boat in your own living can be:
blocks from the Gulf - ex- back yard! Beautiful 3
ellent 75xi50' lot. Mobile bdrm, 2 bath home on canal. COMMERCIAL
ome w-3 bdrms, 1 bath, Living rm w-cathedral ceil-
ompletely furnished. Only ing and fireplace, separate Mexico Beach - 5 plex, on
12,000. 7th St. dining rm, large patio, beach side of Hwy. 98. Cur-,
double garage - 36th St. rently rented. A good in-
vestment and income, too.
-- ST. JOE BEACH - -
White City - 24x80' steel
ist 1 house back from the 2 bdrm, 1 bath home on bldg. with office in front on 2
each. 2 bdrm, 1 bath home corner lot. 1 block from the lots fronting Hwy. 71. Suit-
-garden area in back. beach. New 12x19' den. 10 able for any business: boat
ork in your garden, then 12' storage shed-workshop and motor sales, bait shop,
for a swim! in back. manufacturing, storage,,
etc. Owner will sell below
come property or convert Hate to be cooped up? Relax cost of replacement. Buy
single family dwelling, on your 16x60' screened equity and assume existing
recently remodeled duplex porch in rain or shine! This 9 percent mortgage.
2 bdrm, bath and 1 bdrm, 2 bdrm, 1 bath furnished _
ith. New well and septic mobile home has it. 6100 sq. ft. brick building in
nk being installed, new Port St. Joe suitable for
ood skirting. Good loca- Home plus income - large offices or shops with re-
on, walking distance to the rustic beach home, 4 bdrm, modeling. Call for further
ach. large living rm w-fireplace, information.
-- veranda. Plus 1 bdrm rental -
cottage. DBE LT
se your own final touches. ___BEACH LOTS
partially finished 3 bdrm, Remodeled 4 bdrm, 2 bath Commercial lots. 90x190'
%,bath home, large living home on- beautiful 75x186' and 90x120' in Mexico Beach
m, kitchen and family rm lot. Two extra lots avail- Business Center. Large
mbo, garage & utility rm. able. All new siding, new commercial lot -275' front-
n 75x100' cleared lot. Ad- roof, new aluminum win- age Hwy 98, 320' on canal.
ining corner lot may be dows, large double carport, Strategic corner on sea-
rchased with home. underground sprinkler, going canal.


GULF AIRE - Overlooking the beautiful Gulf of Mexico between St. Joe
-Beach and Beacon Hill. Water and sewer lines are being installed now.
Underground utilities and street paving will begin after the first of the year.
Don't let this golden opportunity to be part of this lovely subdivision pass you
buy. Call our office today. Landscaping has begun.


ELDON B. MILLER, REALTOR

Patty Miller - Associates - Sherrie Zyski


648-5011 After Hours 229-8494

, " 1829 Hwy. 98 - MEXICO BEACH

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


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, ec. --

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.


Does your car or truck need
Alignment? See us. Front end
rebuilding, brakes, auto air
conditioning, hi speed on car
balancing. Over 21. years ex-
perience. Phone for appoint-
ment. 1/2 mile east F.H.P.
office. 760-8639. East Point
Alignment, Hwy. 98, East
Point, FL 32328 8tc 1-4

BILL MAYO ROOFING CO.
Re-roofs, new roofs, shingles
or build-up
919 Kraft Ave., Panama City
Phone 785-1608
4tp 12-21

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

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


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


App. 1.20 acres of cleared
property located at Over-
street, Fla. with 2 wells, a
pump, utility shed and older
Sparta mobile )home located
on the property. Also a 1973 2
dr. Pinto. Call 229-8211 before
5, Mon.-Fri. tfc 1-4

Two large corner lots for
sale at Ward Ridge. Call 229-
8092. 4tp 1-4

Cozy 2 bdrm home, wall to
wall carpet, fireplace, attic
fan, large lot with garage.
$15,500. Phone 227-1450.
tfc 1-4

164' waterfront property. Con-
tact (904) 932-4213, after 6 p.m.
or R. E. Bellow, 311 Valencia,
Gulf Breeze, 32561. 4tp 12-21

Lot at Beacon Hill, 100x50',
cash or terms. 648-5315.
tfc 11-30


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

HANNON INSURANCE
AGENCY
FRANK HANNON, Broker
221 Reid Ave. .227-1133
tfc 12-7


Custom-made wooden name
plaques, for mail boxes, front
gates, door posts, etc. Econo-
my Motors & Garden Center,
301 Hwy. 98, HV, 229-6001.

New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tills
-and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden-
Center," 306F Hw. 98, HV. -
229-6001. tfc 4-28-

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


SEARSVIACLEAS


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!

227-1151


Sears Catalog Sales
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue

Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday 4:00 P.M. EST
St. James Episcopal Church

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


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 8tp 11-16


for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


GE upright freezer, 4 years.
old, $100. 227-1450. tfc 1-4

13'x19' short shag, practi-
cally, new, multi-colored car-
pet. Ideal for den or child's
room. $65. 229-6573 after 5:00.
3tc 1-4

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

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

Crestview Mobile Homes
2310 E. 15th St.,
Panama City
See our .28x64', 1680 sq. ft.,
$13.37 per sq. foot, furnished
beautifully; also a 14x80', 1120
sq. ft.
Dot or Ran Sander
769-1544 o4
763-0751
2tc 12-28

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.
ifc 1-4

1 Sears automatic washer.
Good condition, $150. Phone
229-6010 or 229-6927. tfc 11-30

DRAPERIES-Ready made
and custom made. Large sel-
ection of swatches to choose
from. Roche's Furniture and
Appliance Store, 209 Reid
Avenue, phone 227-1730. tfc 1-4


THAMES HOTEL
Daily - Weekly -
Monthly Rates
Air Conditioned
Television
302 Reid Ave. 229-8723
tfc 1-4

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






Oyster bar &' flea market
business. Real good location.
Could be a real money maker.
Would consider trade for.any-
thing-good lease on property.
Other interest reason for sale.
Call Bill Corbin, Sr., 674-5055,
Blountstown. trc 12-7


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


Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757


CAREFOOT SEPTIC
Septic Tank Clean
Phone 229-8007



GLEN'S CABINET
Kitchen Cabinet
Vanities - Mill W
Cabinet Hardware
412 Monument A
Port St. Joe
Glen Combs
229-6017
tfc



Lawn & Gardening
Feed - Lawn Mow
Small Engine Rep
Economy Motor
Garden Cente
301 Hwy. 98 H.1
229-6001


For Cable
installation In Port

Phone 229-72
Or Visit the Telephone (
Business Office


tfc 2-2

TANK


DRY cleaning carpets is
easier, faster and safer with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Joe Furniture. 227-1251.
tfc 10-21

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






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

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

2 bdrm. furnished apart-
ment, will be vacated Aug. 31.
All utilities included. Ski
Breeze Campsite. 229-6105.
. tfc 1-4
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone,
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc 3-16


Public


Notices

NOTICE TO ARCHITECT
WEWAHITCHKA ELEME
SCHOOL - Construction or Rem
of Facilities.
The Gulf County School Boar
pates the construction or remod
facilities In the near future.
If your firm desires to be co
for architectural services for
ject, please submit Standard F
by 9:00 A.M. (EST) January 9
It will not be necessary for th
tects to attend this meeting. Yo
notified Of the time and placid
interview if your firm is select
interviewed.
If you have further questions
call the offices of the Gulf Count
Board, Port St. Joe, Florida.
-s- B. Walter Wilder,
Superintendent
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,.
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AN
GULF COUNTY.


ning Case N
I ASSOCIATES FINANCIAL SE
COMPANY OF FLORIDA, INC
tfc 11-30 Plaintiff,
Vs.
LESTER CARTER and wife,
FLOY ANN CARTER,
r SHOP Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
ts TO: LESTER CARTER and wif
Nork ANN CARTER
Address Unknown
& Tops YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFI
ve.�, an action to recover personal
has been filed against you and
required to serve a copy of you
defenses, if any, to it on FRAN
HARRISON, attorney for P
whose address is DAVENPORT
1-4 STON, HARRIS, GERDE &
SON, 406 Magholia Avenue,
City, Florida, and file the origin
the Clerk of the above-styled coi
before February 12, 1979; other
Needs judgment may be entered aga
er & for the relief demanded In tt
plaint.
pairs WITNESS my hand and the
rs & said Court on the 13th day of
r ber, 1978.
V. (GEORGE Y. CORE,
V. Clerk of said
By: -s- Susan E. Bigelow,
c 4-28 Deputy Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN Al
eoaly GULF COUUTy,.
CASE NO. 78-28
e TV? IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
WILLIAM PATRICK SHANI
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
OR DEMANDS AGP'NST THE
TV ESTATE AND ALL T 4-R
TV INTERESTED IN & `f
St. Joe YOU ARE HEREBY NOLF
the administration of the E
William Patrick Shannon, di
232 File Number 78-28, Is pending
Con- onv Circuit Court of Gulf County,
otfy 1-4 Probate Division, the address ou
S1- P.O. Box 968, Port St. Joe, Floi


Public

Notices


Reward offered for ret
ladies tan clutch wallet
tains only identification
pictures. Many of the pii
can't be replaced. Cal
1278 or turn into The St







1976 Ford Custom 50
V-8, dual exhaust, at
engine and interior in
lent cond., exterior
paint. Will sell as is $1,.
with paint job, $1,500. 229
t

1973 Pontiac Grand
wagon, power steering,
.transmission, am-fm,
lent condition. $1,395. 641
tfi

1965 International Sco
wheel drive, new tires
clutch, mechanically pe
$950. 648-5494. tfc

One owner 1972 Ford 8
enger Ranch Wagon, a-c
p.b., radio'-tape, excel
tires & mechanical coni
new paint, $1,100.
See Wesley Ramsey
Star. Kindly old edito
drove it everywhere he
everyday.






FUR WANTED
,Coons, wild cats, otters
997-3021. 4t

WANTED TO BUY:
used color television ant
also good used child c
for a bike. Call 229-6343
5:30 p.m.


LEGAL SERVI(
� i

LEGAL SERVICE
at Reasonable Rate
Glen R. Peterson,
Attorney-at-Law
P. O. Box 81
Port St. Joe
or call 229-8083.


Florida, GERALD A. LEWIS,
which Is Comptroller of Florida
rida. The 2t 12.28


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1979


"Ithink it was something I ate."



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


urn of Personal Representative of the Estate Is
. Con- Dorothy Elizabeth Shannon, whose
address is P.O. Box 916, Port St. Joe,
n and Florida 32456. The name and address of
ctures the Personal Representative's Attorney
S27 are set forth below.
1 227- All persons having claims or demands
tar. against the Estate are required WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file with the Clerk
of the above Court, a written statement
of any claim or demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and must
indicate the basis of the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or his agent
or attorney, and the amount claimed. If
0, 460 the claim is not yet due, the date when it
t, ac, will become due shall be stated. If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated the
excel- nature of the uncertainty shall be stated.
needs If the claim is secured, the security shall
be described. The claimant shall deliver
350 or sufficient copies of the claim to the Clerk
9-6929. to enable the Clerk to mail one copy to
fc 11-2 each Personal Representative.
S All persons interested in the Estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Safari Administration has been mailed are
auto required WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
excel- PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
8-8203. file any objections they may have that
12-21 challenges the validity of the Decen:
dent's Will, the qualifications of the
Personal Representative, or the venue
Dut, 4- or jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND OB-
, new SECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BIE
perfect. FOREVER BARRED.
S1 1 Date of the first publication of this
S12-21 Notice of Administration: December 28,
1978.
3-pass- DOROTHY ELIZABETH SHANNON *
D, p.s., PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE O.F
ee THE ESTATE OFiWILLIAM PATRICK
ellent SHANNON
edition,
RISH & WITTEN, P.A.
FRED N. WITTEN
at The ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL RE.
r just PRESENTATIVE %
t 303 4th Street
went Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
S904.229.8211 2tc 12-28

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
' TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 78-29
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
MASON O'NEIL McDANIEL,
Deceased.
s. Call NOTICEOFADMINISTRATION
tp12-21 TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
Good INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
tenna; YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
tn the administration of the -Estate of
carrier MASON O'NEIL McDAN IEL, deceased,
3 after File- Number 78-29, is pending in the
Circuit Court of Gulf County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is
P.O. Box 969, Port St. Joe, Florida. The
Personal Representative of the Estate is
E PATRICIA M. McDANIEL, whose ad.
CES dress is P.O. Box 343, Wewahitchka,
Florida 32165 Tne name 3aro adoress ot
S.-. _ Ine-Personal Reprjesenlalhve s&Aiorn /
are sel lorlh bElow
S All persons having claims or demands
es against the Estate are requiredWITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBL ICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file with the Clerk
of the above Court, a' written 'statement
of any claim or demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and must
indicate the basis of the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or his agent
tfc 1-4 or attorney; and the amount claimed. If
the claim is not yet due, the date when it
will become due shall be stated. If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be stated.
If theclaim is secured, the security shall
be described. The claimant.shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to the Clerk
to enable the Clerk to mail one copy to
each Personal Representative.
S - All persons interested in the Estate to.
NTARY whom a copy of this Notice of
oden Administration has been mailed are
ing required WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
,nici. FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST'
rd ntioi- PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
)deling of file any objections they may have that
)nsidered challenges the validity of the Decedent's
this pro. Will, the qualifications of the Personal
sorm 251 Representative, or the venue or jurisdic-
0m197951 tion of the Court.
he arch ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND OB-
u will be SECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
: for an FOREVER BARRED.
e for an Date of the first publication of this
ed to be Notice of Administration: December 28,
please 197b.
SSchool PATRICIA M. McDANIEL
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF
THE ESTATE OF MASON O'NEIL
McDANIEL
3t 12-21
FRED N. WITTEN,
FOUR- RISH & WITTEN, P.A.
OF THE , r 'S(NEY FOR PERSONAL RE-
ID FOR PR TENTATIVEE
31 ) 4t. Street
60.78-160 Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
RVICES 904.229.8211 2tc 12.28
C., ---
PUBLIC NOTICE
On January 4, 1979 at 7:00 p.m. In the
Commissioners Meeting Room of the
County Courthouse in Port St. Joe, a
public meeting will be held. The purpose
being minority "Caucus" on Economic
e, FLOY Development. Gulf County is interested
in organizations that can send delegagep
to the minority "Caucus" on Economic
ED that Development. A delegate will be select-
property ed to participate on the Apalachee
you are Regional Planning Council Board for
r written .Economic Development. All interested
KLIN R. persons and parties are encouraged to
laintiff, attend. 2tc 12-281-4
'.JOHN- -
HARRI. NOTICE OF NAME OF PERSONS.
Panama APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF
nal with ABANDONED PROPERTY
urt on or Pursuant to Section 13 of Chapter 717,
Irwise a Florida Statutes, entitled "Florida DIs-
inst you position of Unclaimed Property Act",
he Conm. notice is hereby given that the persons
listed below appear to be the owners of
seal of unclaimed personal or intangible pro-
Decem- party presumed abandoned. THIS DOES
NOT INVOLVE REAL, ESTATE.
Account Number 1.0529.0012, apparent
owner, Fields, Hubert, Gen. Del., Port
Court . Joe, FL; 1.0512-0109, Gay, Ruby V., P.
0. Box 454, Wewahitchka, FL; 1-1304.
0016, Hendrix, John W., M.D., P.O. Box
10, Port St.'Joe, FL 32456.
POUR. InformatIon concerning the amount or
OF THE description of the Property and the
ND FOR names and address of the holder may be
obtained by any person possessing ah
S Interest in the property by addressing an
inquiry to GERALD A. LEWIS, State
Comptroller. Abandoned Property See-
NON, lion, A" ry B. Carson, 1401 State
Capitol Building, Tallahassee, Florida
TION 32304, (904) 487-2583. Be sure to mention
CLAIMS account number, name and address, af
E ABOVE published in this notice. Unless proof of
ERSONS ownership Is presented to the holder by
1"E: March 3, 1979, the property will be
IED that delivered for custody to the Comptroller
state of of Florida. Thereafter,all further claims
deceased, must be directed 0 the Comptroller of
g in the Florida.


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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1979
i


:', The ancient Greeks tried
S to make rain by dipping
: oak branches in water.


OBITUARIES-

Mrs. FlorenceO. Arnold

Dies Tuesday Morning


YOUR

HEALTH

E 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 time -of need.
Stop in today and meet our
Registered Pharmacist ...
You can rely on hin to fill
your next prescription ac-
curately and promptly from
his complete, fresh stock of
pharmaceuticals.
BUZZETT'S
: DRUG STORE
Ph. 227-3371 317 Williams


David .Fernandez officiating.
Interment will follow in -the
family plot of Holly Hill
Cemetery in Port St. Joe.
All services will be under
the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home of Port St. Joe.

Last Rites Held

December 26 for

Mrs. Grissett, 86
Mrs. Becky Haddock Gris-
sett, 96, of Highland View,
died in her.home Sunday
.morning, December 24. She
was a native of Washington
County, and lived most of her
life in Jackson County, spend-
ing' the last nine years in
Highland View.
She was a member of'.the
Freewill Baptist Church at
Cypress Creek in Jackson
County.


I TIDES

High and .low tides for the
upcoming week for St. Jos-
eph's Bay are shown in the
table below. High Low
Thursday 1:09 A 10:14 A


Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday


8:02P
6:32P
6:33P
6:59P
7:31P
8:07P
8:46P
9:24P


* 9:06A
6:15 A
5:20 A
5:38 A
6:10A
6:45 A
7:22A


Fufieral services were held
at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday,
December 26 from the Salem
Freewill Baptist Church in
Jackson County with the Rev.
Angus E. Rudd, Jr. and the
Rev. Bill Georgs officiating.
Burial followed in the church
cemetery with. Blackburn -
Wachob Funeral Home direct-
ing.
Survivors include: three
daughters; Betsy Grissett of
Alford, Lillie Mae Richter,
and Evelyn McGuill, both of
.Highland View; one son, E.l-
dridge Haddock of Highland
View; twenty two grandchil-
dren, several great grandchil-
dren and several great great
grandchildren.


Sharks Bop Tigers, 82-34 .


Port St. Joe's Sharks com-
pletely demolished the
Blountstown Tigers Tuesday
night, 82-34. The Sharks had 47
points at half-time, enough to
win the game.
The stout Shark defense
held the Blountstown shooters
to less than 10 points in every
period, while the Shark sharp-
shooters were scoring more
than 20 points in every period
except the last.
The Larry brothers, Ricky
and Tony, scored 19 and 16
points respectively,' enough to
beat Blountstown. Cleveland
Pollock added 14 and Clevb-
land Riley and Kenny Thomas
each had 11.
No Blountstown player
scored in double figures.
Score by quarters:
-Port St. Joe 25 22 20 15-82
Blountstown 8 9 9 8-34
PORT ST. JOE-R. Larry,
9-1-19;. T. Larry, 8-0-16; Riley,
5-1-11; Pollock, 6-2-14;. Boy-
kins, 2-0-4; Taylor, 2-1-5;
Thomas, 5-1-11; Harris, 1-0-2.
BLOUNTSTOWN -- Snow-
den, 1-1-3;, Baker, 3-2-8; Bess,
1-7-9; Fitten, 4-1-9; nderwood,


1-3-5.
NEXT WEEK
Friday night, the Sharks
travel to Chattahoochee to


meet the tough Yellow Jack-
ets. The Jackets have beaten
the Sharks once already this
season. Monday night of next


week, the Sharks travel to
Rutherford and come home
against Wakulla's War Eagles'
Tuesday night.


(Continued From Page 1)



..19.78 .8 s , More Good Than Bad


building on beach side of Highway 98.
JUNE
124 Seniors receive their diplomas. Bridge at
Highland View re-opens after being closed three
weeks and five days. Approval received for a-
nursing home to be built at Niles Road and Long
Avenue. Sheriff busts big marijuana-farm. Oak
Grove Water and Sewer system finished. Gulf
County has good chance at landing huge seafood
center.
JULY
$50,000 grant approved for local port
feasibility study. Lenward Collier takes over as
new Postmaster. W. K. Settlemire tries to prove
that blueberries would be important cash crop in
county. Dr. Poonai asked to move offices from,
hospital. DOT promises new bridge at .Highland
View. City must cut services or raise cash.
. AUGUST
Dr. ,Poonai calls for dismissal of Hospital
Administrator Richard Zyski and Emergency
Room Doctor, Joseph Vazquez and starts.
controversy which is still raging. Bids taken on'
,water plant expansion. City water and sewer
rates increased. First rice crop grown in Gulf
County: County provides aid for Wewahitchka
doctor. School Board budget pegged at $3,588,-
871. Mike Wright resigns as City Auditor and.
Clerk.


SEPTEMBER
Regional JLibrary committee threatens to
drop Gulf County from system for lack of
financial participation. County budget set' at
$2,142,124.651with 6.444 mill levy. MK Ranches
ordered to restore natural drainage along river.
69percent of county electors cast ballots in first
prmariy. City earns pedestrian safety citation
for a safe 1977. City budget calculated at
$5,373,695.00 with same millage levy of 5.13.

OCTOBER
School Board starts $670,000 remodeling
project on Wewahitchka Elementary School.
Frankie Hopps is City's first traffic fatality in
two years. J'C.. Odum. marks his 25th year as:
pastor of Long Avenue Baptist Church. City joins
county in compiling comprehensive plan. Doug
Birmingham, Fred Greer, James Tankersley
and David, Taunton are winners in county
elections. 'Oak Grove water and sewer system
completed at cost of $230,930. Plans drawn for
expansion ,of Constitution Museum. Sheriff's
Deupties apprehend FBI fugitive. Thomas
McFater charged with six counts in Douglas
Landing shooting. First rice crop harvested in
Gulf County. George Tapper represents the
nation at coronation of Pope Paul II.


NOVEMBER
David Rich's Wewahitchka IGA hit by
burglars. Lori Heacock selected Homecoming
Queen. Gulf County votes Democratic. Mexico
Beach wants to join Gulf County. Richard Zyski
named to state Hospital Association office.
Wewahitchka football player, Tim Strange,
suffers broken neck, paralysis. Medical Execu-
tive Committee recommends removal of hospital
privileges from Dr. A. Poonai. DOT budgets
engineering for high level bridge at Highland
View. Billy Branch takes over as County
Commission chairman. Stiles Brown named to
Phil Crane's national campaign advisory board.
DECEMBER
Ordinance changes utility tax limits. Princi-
pal Edwin Williams shot in back. Paula
Tankersley named as Junior Miss. Hospital
Board answers list -of questions posed. GARC
breaks ground for new. building. Tribute paid
former Mayor Joe Sharit in unveiling. Recall
petition filed against City Commissioners, Frank
Pate, John Robert Smith, James B. Roberts and
Wesley R. Ramsey. Basic, Inc., merges- with
combustion engineering. Doctors Pobnai file
suits, one asking for $1,200,000 damages and
charging anti-trust actions. Tornado damages
industrial alley in Port St. Joe.


JWHRATI/THE




FAfTEIT THIAnG




in'THI RRERA?


Paper Mill

Starts Up

Today

After shutting down for the
.holidays on Saturday, Decem-
, her 23, St. Joe Paper Company
will resume full. operations
today, according to Robert
, Nedley, an' executive with the
local firm.
Maintenance workers re-
' ported back to work on
Monday of this week to make
:some necessary repairs prep-
S, aratory to .the mill start-up,
Nedley said.
While the mill was down, the
pulp wood stockpile has been
built up after being short for
the past several months.
i :Many times in the past several
*months, the mill was faced'
, with a possible shut down
because of lack of wood.


Public

Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN 'AND.FOR
GULF COUNTY CASE NO. 78-174
SARAH J. GILMORD, '
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT J. JONES and wife, ROBER.
TA B. JONES,
Defendants.
O: NOTICE OF ACTION
� TO: ROBERT J. JONES
whose last known address is:
1009 Nana Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32809
SYOU RE NOTIFIED THAT A SUIT
;FOR FORECLOSURE OF A CERTAIN
MORTGAGE ON THE FOLLOWING
DESCRIBED REAL PROPERTY I --
'TATED IN Gulf County, Florida:
: Lot Eleven (11), Block One (1),
Kentucky Landing Subdivision, Unit
� No. 1, Neal Lumber & Me, .acturing
1 Company, Developers, as per plat on
: "file in the office of the Clerk of Circuit
* Court; Gulf County, Florida, in Plat
Book 2, page 35.
has been filed against you, and you are
.required to file a copy of your written
:defenses, if any, to I" "arroll L.
AcCauley, attorney for .-, P.O.
.Box 3567, Panama City, Florida 32401, on
:gr before January 15, 1979, and file the
S' original with the clerk of this court
either before service on petitioner's
attorney or Immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
;ftie petition.
' WITNESS my hand and official seal of
Wthis court on December 8, 1978.
GEORGE Y. CORE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: Susan E. Bigelow
Deputy Clerk 4t-12-16


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' - * '


DELUXE

CHAMPION$

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buyer. Sturdy polyester cord
gives smooth ride. Wide tread
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Whitewalls add $4.


-All prices plus tax and old tire.
Whitewalls add $1 to $4.
*Tread design different than 'shown.




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Phone 227-1291


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The Star


Mrs., Florence Olivia Ar-
nold, 77, a resident of Oak
Grove passed away early
Tuesday morning in Wagner
Nursing Home in Panama
City following an extended
illness.
Mrs. Arnold was a native of
Georgia and had been a
President of Bagdad for 25
years, where she owned and
-managed a grocery store. She
was a resident of Oak Grove
since 1971.
Survivors Include: one son,
Nelson Gardner of Oak Grove;
two brothers, Kennis Rich of
.Louisiana and H.Y. Rich of
Caryville; three sisters, Mrs.
Vera Yates, Mrs. Ida Hannon
and Mrs. LaLee McClain, all
of Milton; five grandchildren
and twelve great grandchil-
dren.
- Funeral services will be
held at 2:00 p.m. today in the
Assembly of God Church of
Oak Grove with the Rev:


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*6.00-12 $24 $1.42
*5.60-13 24 .1.46.
*P155/80D-13 24 1.43
*6.00-13 25 1.50
B78-13 26 1.77
C78-14 27 1.93
*6.45-14 , 29 1.71
D78-14 29 -2.01
E78-14 31 2.13


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G78-14 34 2.42
H78-14 36 2.60
*5.60-15 26 1.61
*6.00-15L 28 1.70
*6.85S-15 29 1.86
G78-15 35 2.45
H78-15 38 . 2.65
L78-15 40 2.93


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. .THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1979


PAGE EIGHT







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Port St. Joe, Fla.
1_510 Fifth St.


A'


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Specials for
St.S-Qn .


We Reserve
LimitRights


Appe


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Baking
Potatoes


lb. 19c
Reg. 50 lb. bag
POTATOES 359


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- 0


End Cut

Pork Chops


Whole or Half.

Slab Bacon


bslb.
C Sliced
Ib. 89�


5 Pounds or More

Grnd. Beef


lb.


C


FRYING CHICKEN PARTS SPECIALS
Choice Breast a
Choice Thighs U
Drumsticks lb.
Livers -Gizzards J
Cut Up Fryers -Wings Q c
Qrtd. or Split Fryers lb." I


Chicken NECKS an BACKS


19'


Select Tender'

Beef Liver


*8


Choice Boneless Tender'

N.Y. Strips


lb. 79


3 Lbs. or More Our Own pan

Sausage


Cl


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HOG MAW lb. 49C
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SOUP STARTER....................


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Fine Fare All Purpose
Blue DETERGENT 49 oz. 131
Fine Fare 4 Roll Pkg.
BATHROOM TISSUE 87C
Fine Fare
PANCAKE MIX 2 Lb. Pkg. 83C
Fine Fare Pure 3 Lb. Pkg.
VEG. SHORTENING 173,
Fine Fare
Mac. & Cheese 71/4 oz. 290


YOU
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24

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26'
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Fine Fare Unsweetened
GRAPE JUICE 24 oz.
Fine Fare 17 Oz.
FRUIT COCKTAIL
Fine Fare Early
EARLY PEAS 17 oz.
Fine Fare 16 Oz.
Mixed Vegetables
Fine Fare Garden
GREEN LIMAS 16 oz.


Fine Fare
MAYONNAISE


16


89'


16'/2 Ounce Betty Crocker
MASHED POTATO BUDS............. 79C
Kraft 2 Pound Jar
STRAWBERRY JAM $1.39
5 Pound Package
Aunt Jemima Grits..............$1.09
Sweetheart 32 Ounce Bottle
DISH LIQUID ....... ........ .....69�
NBC Premium 1 Pound Box
SALTINE CRACKERS ...............69
DelMonte No. 303 Can
SWEET PEAS..................2/89U
Peak Gallon Container
ANTI-FREEZE ...................$3.49


*


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PM, Sat.
Jan. 6


Bt. 85
Can 51,
Can 45C
Can 350
Can 47c


Quart Jar $117


8 c
.60


140


Fine Fare
CATSUP
Fine Fare
MUSTARD
Fine Fare,
Peanut Butter


Fine Fare
SYRUP 24 0
Fine Fare
PAPER TOWELS
Fine Fare
TABLE SALT


32 Ounce Btl. 97'
9 Oz. Jar 29C
18 Oz. Jar$ Jos


unce Botle 73C
Big Rolls 59�
Box 250


Duncan Hines - Limit 2 with
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16 Oz. Van Camp 10 oz. Froz. Birdsey
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5 30 Oz. Golden Harvest 10 oz. Froz. Birdseye
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Greens 0 oz. / 100


Dixie Home
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Totina
Pizzas


4/$100 Pie'Shells
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75C


Sweetheart King Size
Bread 2/
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Hot Dog Buns
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Engineering Firm to Evaluate


iFlood-Prone Areas In County


The Federal Insurance Ad-
ministration of the U.S. De-.
partment of Housing and
Urban Development announc-
ed recently that under autho-
rity of the National Flood
Insurance Act of 1968 (P.L.
90-448), as amended and thi
Flood Disaster Protection
Actof 1973 (P.L.93-234), itwill
find a detailed study of the
flood hazard areas in.,Gulf'
County, Florida.
The study will be performed
for the Federal Insurance
Administration by Gee &


Jenson Engineers-Architects-
Planners, Inc. 2019 Okeecho-
bee -Boulevard, West Palm
Beach, Florida.
The purpose of this study is
to examine and evaluate the
flood hazard areas in the
community which are deve-
loped or which are likely to be
*developed and to determine
flood elevations for those
areas. Flood elevations will be
used by -the community to
carry out the flood plain
management objectives of the.
National Flood Insurance Pro-


gram. They will also be used
. as .the basis for determining
the appropriate flood insur-
ance premium rates applica-
ble for new buildings and their
contents, as well as determiai-
ing the rates to be used for the
second layer of insurance on
existing buildings and con-
tents.
This announcement is in-
tended to notify all interested
persons of the commencement
of this study so that.they may
have an opportunity to bring
all relevant facts and techni-


Wood Is A Potential


Major Energy Source


The potential of wood as a
major energy source for the
future should not be overlook-
ed by Florida landowners with
idle acres suitable for tree
, plantations.
This observation comes to
.- ind as the planting of tree
seedlings moves toward its
peak in January and Febru-


ary. Tree nurseries of the
Division of Forestry, Depart-.
ment of Agriculture and Con-
sumer Services, still have a,
few million seedlings - mostly.
good varieties of pines. But,
they are being grabbed up at
cost very rapidly now by alert
landowners looking ahead.
I would urge anyone plan-


I m m wmr m - - - - m- i


Bowling



'News


Written for I
Thursday Night League
The Thursday Night League
met in action on December 14.
.The Surefoots and St. Joe
Bowling Lanes, split the win-
;nings With each taking two
,games. Cathy Blackburn
(sub) contributed 167-451 for
Surefoots. Dianne Keith paced
the Bjowling Lanes with a 177-
S404. '
St. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph Co. took all four
games from Pepsi Cola, with
Faye Capps (sub) leading Tel.
8& Tel, with a 168-460. Pat
; Nachtscheim was tops for
SPepsi with a 153429.
The Ragdolls fell victim to
Highland View TMotors, drop-
ping all four games. Lynn Lyle
led the winners with a 197-531.
Marian Deasorn paced Rag-
dolls with a 154-408.
Bowen's'Cow Girls took
three games from the Wonder
Bar, with Lou McDonnell lead-
ing Cowgirls with a 137-345.
Vick Parker led the Wonder
Bar with a 153-389.


Standings:
H.V. Motors
Pepsi Cola
Telephone Co.
Ragdolls
Wonder Bar
,Surefoots
Cow Girls
Bowling Lanes


L
7/2
1912
22
28
311/2
311/2
41
43


Monday Night League
The Monday Night mixed
league met on December 18
with the following results:
Early's Hardware moved
into first place by winning all
four games from Poncho's.
Johnny Linton rolled a 529
series for Earley's. Glenn
Waldo paced Poncho's with a
446 series.
Sylvachem, led by Steve
Wombles 458 series, took three
games from the Hickory
House. Paul was high bowler
for the Hickory House with a
359 series.
Highland View Gulf rolled
over the 10 Pin Lounge to take
a four game sweep. Ronald
Laurimore paced the Gulf.
Team with a 409 series. Jo


Last Week
O'Barr and David Roche each
rolled a 447 series for the
lounge team. '
St. Joe Bar and Varnes
Seafood each won two games a
piece. Harry Lowry rolled a
548 series for St. Joe Bar.
David Seymoure rolled a'417
series and, a 200 game for the
seafood team."
Standings W L
Earley's 31 13
Poncho's 28 16
Sylvachem 27 11
St. Joe Bar 26 18
10 Pin Lounge 19 25
Varnes Seafood 18 26
H.V. Gulf 18 26
Hickory House . 9 35
Wednesday Night League
The Wednesday night ladies
league met on December 13
with the following results:
Florida Bank maintained
it's hold on first place by
taking all four games from
Renfro's. Jo O'Barr paced the
Bank with a 473 series. Trudy
Pate rolled a 365 series for
Renfro's.
St. Joe Furniture rocked
over the'Play Girls taking a
four game sweep. Bertha
Clayton rolled a 219 game and
a 520 series for the Furniture
team. Pam Arnette paced the
Play Girls with a 370 series.
The Alley Kats dropped all
four games to Murphy's.
Carolyn Wright rolled a 378
series for the Kats. Janet
Murphy led her team with a
410 series.
St. Joe Beach Beauty Shop
won four games from Nash
Seafood. Mary Brown rolled a
522 series for the Beauty
Salon. Cathy Martin was high
. bowler for the Seafood team
with a 406 series.


Standings
Fla. Bank
St. Joe Furn.
Beach Beauty
Alley Kats
Murphy's
Renfro's
Nash Seafood
Play Girls


W
45�/2
44
37V�
35
31
18,
9
4


L
101/2
12
181/2
21
25
38
47
52


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Jerome Car.ier,
Minister of Music


ning to reforest land this
winter to contact the nearest
Division of Forestry field
office immediately for infor-
mation and for filing his
request for seedlings. A sell-
out of 'all varieties is near,
according to Division of For-
estry officials.
The prospect of using wood
in the future to produce motor
vehicle fuels or to fire boiler
plants generating electricity
or steam; presents a new
potential market for tree
growers. But if this potential
is to be fully realized in the
next 25 years, it makes sense
to plant trees now on much of
the idle land in Florida.
This is because the demand
for wood--even without the
energy potential-is going to
double or triple in Florida
over the next 25 years. Tradi-
tional uses such as the produc-
tion of pulp for paper, packing
materials and of lumber for
structures and myriad manu-
factured products will assure
a ready market for trees
planted, now.
The energy potential still on
the horizon is a whole new.
consideration for the land-
owner wondering how to use
his idle acres. But 'each
upward thrust in petroleum
prices by 'the oil-producing
nations of the world such as
we're witnessing now makes
the prospect more favorable
for tree planting.
The Division of Forestry
records .show that sometime
this winter, tree plantings
since organized reforestation
began in 1928 will pass the
three billion mark. Some 100
million oi, more trees are
planted each year by landow-
ners in the state. This is
enough to make Florida one of
the nation's leaders in tree
planting.
But, even this reforestation
record, massive though it may
be, amounts to only a fraction
of the potential of Florida's 26
million acres of forest and
wildlands to produce wood
fiber.
There's plenty of room for
more growth and the market
prospectsfor the wood when it
is harvested a few years in the
future are very bright.

. c . Don't Let
This Happen
To You!
;ee Us First. .. .
Radiators Are Our
Only Business!!
FREE
COOLING
SYSTEMS
CHECK!
Complete Radiator
Jobs
on the car *2
off the car *1850
SERVIpE STATIONS & GARAGES
Radiators Cleaned & Repaired
Fpr $16.50
We repair auto air
conditioning condensrem.
All Work Guaranteed
90Days.

OK


Service
525 N. Cove Blvd.
(Acroos From Bay Memorial Hasp)
785-4524


cal data concerning local flood
hazards to the attention of the
Federal Insurance Adminis-
tration for consideration in the
course of this study. Such
information should be fur-


Monday, Jan. 8
Corn dog, French fries,
orange juice, bun, cookie and
milk.
Tuesday, Jan.9
Braised beef on rice, tur-
nips, pineapple tidbits, butter-
ed cornbread, cinnamon cris-
pies and milk.
Wednesday, Jan. 10
Chicken, mashed potatoes
with gravy, green beans, fruit


nished to William Branch,
Chairman of the Board of
Commissioners, the Chief
Executive Officer of the com-
munity, for forwarding to
FIA.


Gulf County

School Lunch


Menus

cup, roll and milk.
Thursday;Jan. 11
' Hamburger with bun, let-
tuce, tomato, pickle, French
fries, pudding and milk.
Friday, Jan. 12
Fish, lima beans, cabbage
slaw, sliced bread, pie and
milk.
Menus are subject to
change due to the availability
of food.


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NOTICE

EFFECTIVE
NOVEMBER 13, 1978 thru JANUARY 12, 1979
ST. JOSEPH TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY
WILL INSTALL A
COLOR PHONE EXTENSION (Desk or Wall)
for Their Subscribers
WITHOUT SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGES
YOU NEED ONLY TO PAY A SMALL MONTHLY EXTENSION
CHARGE OF $1.65 PER MONTH FOR RESIDENCE EXTENSIONS
OR $2.00 PERMONTH FOR BUSINESS EXTENSIONS.


Contact Your Local Telephone Business
Office Today for More Information


St. Joseph Telephone &

Telegraph Company


Minimum $10,000




Offeredfor a


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1979


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QUANTITY
RIGHTS
RESERVED


IF YOU LIKE SAVING MONEY THEN YOU SHOULD SWITCH
TO IGA, WE PLEDGE TO MAINTAIN THE VERY . . .


DAVID RICH'S
FOODLINER......


Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka


Prices Good Jan. 3-9


BULK ATE
U.S. POSTAGE
8.4c PAID
Permit No. 3
WewahitchkalIa
BOX
HOLDER


LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE! COMPARE & SAVE


FROZEN FOOD3DEPARTMENT


MORTONS, BEEF, CHIX - TURKEY

POT PIES T4


IGA WHOLE OR ...
Cut Okra . ....
BIRDS EYE
Broccoli Spears
BIRDS EYE QUICK THAW
Strawberries .
SEALTEST ALL FLAVORS . .


. w . . .


8 oz.
SIZE


$1


S ,16 oz. PKG. 69t


10 oz. $
PKGS.


PKG: 59


. . . .


a . .


BALLARD, BUTTERMILK OR COUNTRY STYLE

BISCUITS 4PC 5 9

KRAFT
Miracle Margarine (CUPS) . . . Ib.cuP 69


IGA
Cheese
SEALTEST
French


Singles

Onion Di


16 oz. $1 59
. . . . . � . . PKG.


ip


a a U


. . � . . � CTNS.


Yogurt ...


a 9 m . m


a .mm


32 oz. CTN. 9 9


HUNT'S TOMATO
Sauce . ..
HUNT'S TOMATO
Paste . . .
HUNT'S TOMATO
Juice . . .


8oz. 24
", CAN 24


* U

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6oz. 22�
CAN o3

46oz. 72z
CAN 73J


HUNT'S MANWICH
Sauce. - � .
SWEET OR UNSWEETEN


151/2 oz.
CAN


67T


Donald Duck Grapefruit Juice
Martha White Quick Grits 2


CAoz.
CAN5
PKGs. 69t

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IGA
Wheat Bread
IGA
Dunkin Sticks


C C C * C * C


IGA
Family Loaf Bread
' . ^-11iMA


16 oz.
LOAVES
2 PKGS.
OF6


20 oz. ES
LOAVES t


G F ESP


Round White Limit I with $10
POTATOES

Red Del. Apples... Each 10�
Large Florida
Navel Oranges .... Each 10�
Fresh Florida
Grapefruit.... Bags 3/*1
Georgia
Green Cabbage Heads3 / $100


or more Food Order
50 lb. bag


$369


Carrots... Bags2/49
Home Grown
Green Onions. Bunch 29
Red Delicious 3 Lb
Fancy Apples. aLb. 69c
Shelled Pecans ar $325


LETTUCE FreshFloridoCrisp 39�
*liMF I- LETTUCE Head39


a c . . m . .m


BAKER DEPATMEN


$1
4l






Specials for Jan. 3-6, 1979


IMPOUANNTICE
SUPER GIFTS WILL BE REDEEMED
THROUGH JANUARY 6. 1979.


ye w a
L.: peias


Standard Whole
FRESH

FRYERS


BbWit-it2 lbs wih1


Bob White-Limit 2 Ibs. with $10
RIiced
BACON


Lb.Pkg. 99


- I
Fres LenAsotdSili

PORKCHOPS


im t.bag.with $10 or more additional purchase
4


I


Swift's Premium $169 Swift Premium Heavy Beef
CLUB STEAK Ib. $169 Sirloin
Tender$1
CUBE STEAK Ib. $S79
Cut Into Rib Eye Steaks
Approx. Wt. 15 Lbs- $139
BEEF RIB SALE Lb. 1 Swift Premium
Swift's Premium l9 Chuck
T-BONE STEAK lb. 1 Chuck
Fresh Lean-4 Lbs. or More ROAST
GROUND BEEF lb. I97 " UROAS


Lb.


Lb.


NAo rand
PAPER TOWELS


Quantity Rights Resered
No Brand 29 oz.
IRREGULAR PEACHES


GREEN
39 CABBAGE l.
U.S. No. 1 Round
ROUND WHITE POTATOES
Washington State Fancy
RED DELICIOUS APPLES
None Sold To Dealers Florida
9 +WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
Mild
MEDIUM YELLOW ONIONS
I i Florida
9 RED SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT


10


10Ib. bag 99
ib 49
5 or, 810
69
4 for 100


FROZEN HUSHPUPPIES b. 59
SeafPak
FROZEN OmION RINS Ib. 89
Welch
FROZEN GRAPE JUICE 12oz 890
Green Giant Frozen
NIBBLERS CORN ON COB ear79
SMakk
FROZEN PERCH FILLETS l".
FROZEN BLACKEYE PEAS lb. 79
FROZEN STEW VEGETABLES lb. 790
Sea PakFrozmen vQQs
SHRIMP 'N BATTER b.
STV Shredded Frozen
HASHBROWN POTATOES 21279c
Chef Boy Ar Dee 13z
FROZEN DELUXE PIZZAS 135 o
Chef Boy Ar Dee 4 Pepperoni, Cheese or
FROZEN LITTLE PIZZAS "",. 89
Green Giant Frozen NMblets or
CREAM STYLE CORN lo. 590.
S Everfresh a
FROZEN CINNAMON BUN iooz. 79
Everfresh
0 FROZEN JELLY DONUTS 10oz. 65
Mighty Hi Frozen Peach or
STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE. 25oz.l


Sausage, amburger r Pepperoni^
FROZE PIZ
i1n3Iozj99
TVCrnkleCu

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POAOS

32o. 9


SWiE NO Brand
CORN Whole Kernel or

REAM

CORN

16 oz.25


HapyNw ea'
-pecals


SUGAR


E


5 lb.
Dag


limit 1 with $10 or more additional purchase


;,i4 White. Blue. Yellow,
wd�j Pink or Green

white Cloud

TISSUE


4 roll


limit 1 with $10 or more additional purchase


Dependable
No Brand

BLEACH


gal.


limit 1 with $10 or more additional
purc e


m . n* n nII..e..me..nd.n. ..-


$169


99 c


Wi


SUPER GIFT STAMPS ARE AVAILABLE
FOR 10c EACH THROUGH
JANUARY 6, AT PIGGLY WIGGLY.
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0
NO BRANDS SAVE YOU 10% to 350


SwiftPrem'Heav Bee


2 c
1 * Lb*egs 1


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