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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 11, 1979
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-SECOND YEAR, NUMBER 19


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Industry - Deep Water Port - Fine People - Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1979


15' Per Copy


DER Turns Down


County Plans
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Gulf County Sheriff's Department Deputies and Port St. Joe City Police investigated by Sheriff's Deputies when it ran into mechanical difficulties at the-
gather around a 'motor home, from which 25 illegal aliens and an American overpass last Priday afternoon. The vehicle lost power, with its load of 26
driver had just been removed to give it a close inspection. The vehicle was people, and couldn't make it up the overpass incline.


Aliens Spotted by



SSheriffs Deputies-


A motor home, containing 25 Mexican
citizens who were in the country illegally, was
stopped by Gulf County Sheriff's Deputies
near the overpass on Highway 98 last Friday
afternoon, according to Sheriff Ken Murphy.
According to a Sheriff's Department
spokesman, the motor home became disabled
at the .overpass. It appeared to have lost
power and coduldnft make the' grade up the
side of the overpass incline. Deputy, Raymond
Watson stopped to see if he could be of any
assistance and called for a tow truck to aid
the stricken motor home. While talking to the
driver of the motor home, Frank. Herrera of
San Antonio, Texas, Watson noticed, the
vehicle Was sitting low in the rear and
became suspicious. Watson tried to get into
the motofhome by .saying he was thinking of
buying one and he wanted to see what it look
like. Herrera then told Watson he would
rather not show it off because it was such a
mess inside.
Watson then. decided something was
definitely wrong and called for assistance on
bhis radio, holding Herrera until help could
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come.
When aid arrived, Watson found .;out
Herrera had been telling him a partial truth
S-the motor home was a mess inside. It was
made that way because he had 25 Mexicans
crowded into the rear of the home and was
allegedly in the process of smuggling them to
the orange groves of south Florida to find
work. The Mexicans had been huddled in the
motor home for about two days of travel.
The Mexicans, 22 men and three women
had started their journey in Herrera's rented
. "motor home at San Antonio and got this far
before running into, trouble.
Herrera was charged locally with failure
to have vehicle registration papers in his
possession and failure to have the vehicle
rental papers on his person. He has pince been
turned over to federal authorities and
appeared before a Federal Magistrate in
Pensacola Monday.
The Mexican nationals, who were in the
country without a passport or permission,
were still lodged in the Gulf County Jail
yesterday, but will be sent back to Mexico in a
few days.
r


' Wewa Store Burglary Victim


Bill's Dollar Store, was the
latest victim in 'a rash of
robberies and burglaries in.
Wewahitchka over the past
few months.

The store, located in a small
shopping center, just south of
the main business district of
Wewahitchka, was entered by


thieves on Wednesday night of
last week. ,
According to Gulf County
Sheriff's Department chief
investigator, Jim Buchanan,
the thieves took about $96.00 in
change and about $200 in
clothing from the store. Bu-
chanan said the department
has questioned several people


about the burglary and has
several suspects under inves-
tigation. No arrests had been
made as of yesterday.
Buchanan said the burglary
was discovered by Mrs. Mary
Louise Smith, store manager,
when she opened for business
on Thursday morning.


Gulf County Sheriff's Deputies, Raymond Watson, top,
and Guy White, kneeling, inspect the inside of the motor
home, whidc was hauling a load of illegal aliens into south
Florida. -Star photos


To Operate Landfills


In Each
Rubbish was the topic of the C
conversation and interest at that
the County Commission meet- colle
ing Tuesday: what. to do with, area
the county's rubbish and the to t
dissatisfaction of some resi- disp<
dents of Oak Grove at a lot in Th
their area being turned .into this
what they termed' a "junk agre
yard".. ', ' to i
LAND FILL SITES for
County Mosquito Control 'dispo
Supervisor, Tommy Pitts ad- area
vised the Commission that he
had received a consent order Th
from the Department of En- was'
vironmental Regulations that in th
Would allow the County to strei
operate only one of its sani- who
tary landfills in the. future. Dure
This one landfill is about five pilin
miles north of Wewahitchka in men1
the .Buckhorn area. owne
In its plan for, operations, and 1
presented DER some months Att
back, the County had said it the
intended to operate the Buck- agaii
horn landfill site and a second and
site in the Port St. Joe area. right
The County had already proper
been under intense pressure Cle
from DER to close all landfill Dure
sites south of Wewahitchka there
because of high water table prop
problems. . 'using
The DER sent a consent to purpo
operate order to the County him
recently, but it deleted the went
south Gulf County landfill restr
plans, entirely. If accepted by ty l


End of County
County, this would mean in the City of Port St. Joe.
all trash and garbage Commissioner Leo Kennedy
cted in the Port St. Joe made a motion to draw up an
would have to be trucked ordinance preventing residen-
he Buckhorn site for tial areas in the county from
osal. ' being used for anything except
e County is not accepting residential use, except upon
decision, though, and approval by the County Board,
ed at its Tuesday meeting but his motion finally died for
lake another application lack of a second.
approval to operate a Commissioner Doug Bir-
osal site in the Port St. Joe mingham moved and received
. unanimous approval that the
"JUNK YARD" attorney work up a junk yard
e "junk yard" complaint ordinance to be applicable for
filed by several residents the entire county. Rish advis-
e Madison and Cherokee ed that if the Board wanted to
et area of Oak Grove place some controls ovei'
compllained that Walter indiscriminate use of property
n of Port St. Joe was throughout the county, tiHi
;g his discarded equip- would be the quickest wayfo
t on a piece of property he do it. 7


*d in their neighborhood OTi
they didn't like it . In othe
torney Billy Joe Rish said the Comr
County had no laws . -Discu
inst what Duren was doing lem of cam
that he was within his new libra
s to continue using his St. Joe. '
erty for this purpose. turer has
erk George Y. Core said the carl
n called his office to see if within si:
e were restrictions on the replaced
erty before he began type.
g it for the disputed -Hear
ose. Core said, "I told George T
there were none". Core subdivisii
on to say that the only Subdivisi
ictions in the entire..coun- and'a poi
noting use of property are ..Uiit 2.


HER BUSINESS
er business matter's,
mission:
missed again the prob-
rpet puckering in the
iry building in Port
The carpet manufac'-
s guaranteed that'if
)et puckers again
x months, it will bi
with a glue down
d 'a request from
'apper to vacate the
on plats for the Nook
on in Wewahitchka
rtion of Ward Ridge


Recall Petition Is



Verified by Parker


Answers Are Due Monday


Supervisor of Elections,
Mrs: Dessie Lee Parker, com-
pleted her survey of a recall
petition filed three weeks ago
against four Port St. Joe City
Commissioners and ruled the
petition had the necessary 10
percent of qualified city elec-
tors as signees. Mrs. Parker's
office said that in view of the
number of names on the
petition, it was a legal recall
request and should be served
on the Commissioners involv-
ed.
Monday of this week, City
Clerk Charles Brock served
Mayor Frank Pate and Com-
missioners Wesley R. Ram-
sey, John Robert Smith and
James B. Roberts' with the
recall petition papers, giving
them five days to present an
answer to the several charges
contained in the petition. The
answer must, be in Brock's
office by Monday morning of
next week.
After Mrs. Parker's exam-
ination of the petition, which
was filed containing 343
names, it was found that
several signees were not reg-
istered to vote in the City and
that several had signed. the


petition more than one time.
When the names were all
checked, it was'found that
there were 311 eligible sign-
ers. Mrs.. Parker also ruled
that there are 2,676 registered
voters, requiring 268 names on
the petition for it to be valid;
After the affected Commis-
sioners present their answer
to the charges on Monday, the
petitioners must then take the
charges, and the answers and
place them on a second
petition and get 15 percent of
the registered voters to sign it
before a recall election can be
asked for,
CHARGES
The nine charges made -on
the recall petition, state the
Commission members:
1. Have failed to take the
necessary action to restrain
the wanton dissemination of
the patients' hospital records;
2. Have failed to correct the
rapid and relentless deterior-
ation of the Municipal Hospi-
tal, Port St. Joe;
3. Have failed to answer the
questions asked at the August
1978 Hospital Board meeting;
4. Have continued to evade
the issue of renewing Dr.


Wild Ride Ends In Crash


Billy Lester Kelley turned
his automobile off Garrison
Avenue onto 10th Street in the
early morning hours last
Thursday morning and left a
path of destruction all the way
to Woodward Avenue, accord-
ing to Port St. Joe Police.
Kelley was charged by City
Police with having no drivers'
license and leaving the scene
of an accident, after he
allegedly caused over $4,o00
worth of damages to property
and parked automobiles. Po-
lice patrolmen James Graves
a.and Howard Rogers and Sher'-
liff's Deputy Joe Johnson re-
"Forted the accident happened
( 12:50 a.m., Thursday, but
Kelley wasn't found until
about 10:30 later in the'


morning.
The,officers give this report
of the incident which ended
with Kelley's car being snug-
gled up to a pine tree in the
yard of Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Kirkland at the corner of 10th
Street and Woodward Avenue.
, Kelley's vehicle made the
left turn into 10th Street and
left the shoulder of the road on
the north side. The car travel-
led 279 feet, striking a parked
car owned by Ivey Cooper.
The vehicle continued west
on 10th, swerving back and
forth across the road. Nearing
Woodward Avenue, the car
jumped a ditch on the south
side of the street, sideswiped a
utility pole and struck a fence
around the property of Kirk-


land. It then sideswiped an-
other utility pole and plowed
back into the fence, tearing it
down and entering the Kirk-
land yard.
The vehicle hit Kirkland's
truck, parked in the drive
inside the fence and knocked it
into a group of appliances,
which Kirkland was in the
process of repairing. The car
then struck the Kirkland resi-
dence and caromed off the
house and struck a pine tree,
where the wild ride came to a
halt.
Alford Clark, age 18, a
passenger in the car, was
ejected somewhere along the
wild ride, but was not hurt.
Kelley left the scene of the
accident on foot.


A pine tree which refused to move ended the wild ride of this car last Thursday morning.


Vazquez' contract;
5. Have failed to take im-
. mediate action on the recom-
mendation by the people to;,
fire Dr. Vazquez and Mr.:
Zyski;
6. Have accepted a petition,
which was not presented by
anyone, at the November 14,
.1978 Hospital Board meeting;.
7. Have exhibited personal
animosity against a large
faction of the citizens of Port
St. Joe;
8. Have during a time of
turmoil, failed to call a special
meeting or hold the regular
meetings from August 8, 1978
to November 14, 1978 in order
to seek solutions;
9. Were evasive of the loca-
tion of the November 14, 1978
Hospital Board meeting.

Board


Inspects


School

The Gulf County School
Board pulled its first inspec-
tion of the completed renova-
tions of the Port St. Joe
Elementary School Tuesday.;
The renovation, which has
refurbished the old band room,
and locker rooms of the
former high school, have been
changed into classroom space.
The Board found several
small items which needed
correction in the project, but
expect to occupy the new
rooms within the next eight to
ten days.
Kolmetz Construction Com-
pany of Panama City is the
contractor on the job.
Another item of business on
the short agenda Tuesday was
the filing of a request for a
$35,000 federal grant to fi-
nance a metric education
program in the county school
system.
The schools must include
the new metric education
program by 1980.


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. .YAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1979


Editorials . . .


SLet's Consider A




Style Inaugur

" Florida's new Governor and state of
Lieutenant Governor Bob- Graham seems to
and Wayne Mixson, have their inaugura'
"Graham Cracker" team firmly inauguree
settled in Tallahassee now and have entire na
taken over the reins of state in its seal
government, shows n
They have even added the governor
"peanut butter" of their staff to go wearing
along with the "Graham Cracker" obviously
and are now hard at work on a The T
budget to finance state operations gests thai
for the next two years-the first tion main
biennial budget in several years for have an i
Florida. historical
Getting inaugurated-, was just ceremony
� about as hard as getting elected for during th
the new executive team of Florida, if two excuse
what we read is correct. It was a Since
blustery cold, raw winter day in was spar
Tallahasseeon January 2, just like it cold weal
was here in Port St. Joe. The taxpayer
Governor, his team and those two? Wh
involved in the inauguration cere- governor
Lmony were forced to stand outside in install ou
what will probably be the worst day, school bo
weather-wise, to hit Florida this elected of:
entire winter, during No
We have almost come to accept here in I
raw, blustery, cold winter days as superb.
the normal weather for inaugurating We'd l
-Florida governors, since we have tion given
"had so many of them in the past on ever they:
inauguration day. It seems a shame us a Florid
that a state which sells itself as the uration.


Florida


actionn

warm sunshine, always
pick a Minnesota day for
tion day. Not only are the
es uncomfortable, but .the
tion is 'probably squirming
ts as nation-wide television
iews clips of Florida's
being sworn into office,
an overcoat and still
freezing his toenails off.
'allahassee Democrat sug-
t we change our inaugura-
ner just a bit. They would
inside inauguration on the
day and then an' outside
y for the faithful to attend
e spring. This would give
ses to celebrate. -
the inauguration, which
sely attended because of
other still cost the Florida
about $130,000, why hold
hy not inaugurate our
the same time as we
ir county commissioners,
ard members and other
ficers? These are installed
member, when the weather
North Florida is usually

like to see some considera-
to some changes - what-
might be - in order to give
da-style governor's inaug-


The new year has just started
and already we see the candidates
making their bid for the titles of
-most popular and least popular
People of the year. They've made
I their bid and are now moving up in
,the popularity polls to.their ultimate
:*: nomination at the year's end.
j For the most popular person of
the year, we have to go along with
Lou Holtz, the football coach for the
SUniversity of Arkansas.
> There, has been a covey of
football coaches fired or retired this
season. Even here in. Florida,
; football coaches have either made
-the decision to quit or had it made
for them. Tampa and the University
,olT Florida are two schools which
comee to mind. For both, Lou Holtz
was the first selection as a success-
sor.
jL Over in the Gator Bowl, as the
fear was winding down, Ohio State's
.coach hit a Clemson player and
:decided to quit his job. Again, Lou
Holtz was the first pick for the job.
As a matter of fact, almost
:every time a coach has vacated a


A Layman's View


position this year, Lou Holtz has
been first selection to take his place.
Holtz is still in Arkansas with the pat
hand of the season. He has to be tops
in popularity for the year.
. On the other hand, a female
; sociologist by the naone of Margaret
Powell Dobbins of the University of
Alabama has to get the nod to
become least popular.
Ms. Dobbins made aii annouce-
ment last week that there is "strong
evidence that cultural conditioning
that places women in more inactive
roles than men makes them weaker,
less brave and less aggressive than
men . . .
Ms. Dobbins slip of the tongue,
saying "more inactive roles" will
get her the nod as least popular -
especially among Jthe ladies.
For years, the ladies have
inundated us men with the propa-
ganda that, "a woman's work is
never done". Now Ms. Dobbins says
-they have "inactive roles". Poor Ms.
Dobbins.
Just for the record, the women
have convinced me with their line,
"woman's work is never done."


By BILLY NORRIS


Bible Notes


Romans 12:17-21 KJV
Key Word: God's Expecta-
gtions Of Us,


SALTY
SALLY
0


All nations must
depend on Free
Enterprise.....Either
theirs or someone
else's. I


(V-17) "Recompence (pay
back) to no man evil for evil.
Provide things honest in the
sight of all men."
(V-18) "If it be possible, as
much as lieth in you, live
peaceably with all men."
(V-19) "Dearly beloved,
avenge not yourselves, but
rather give place unto wrath
for it is written, Vengeance is
mine; I will repay, saith the
Lord."
(V-20) "Therefore if thine
enemy hunger, feed him; if he
thirst, give him drink; for inso
doing thou shalt heap coals of
fire on his head."
"Be not overcome of evil,
but overcome evil with good."
It is very hard for a
Christian,. when an injustice
has been done to him, not to
strike back. The first thought
after we have been hurt is to


destroy that one who did it.
But wait, what does God say?
He says the Christian owes a
debt to all men not to repay
evil for evil done. God asserts
vengeance is His on our
behalf, IF we follow His plan
(if indeed vengeance is need-
ed).
God's plan says if we feed
and give drink to. our enemy
(that one.who has hurt us) we
cause him so much uncomfort
it is as though burning coals
have been poured on him. Evil
(Satan) is out to destroy good,
but Praise God the Good of the
Christian is stronger and will
overcome Satan and his evil
everytime. It is difficult to
accomplish this, but the
Christian in Jesus' Name can
and must do as 'God expects
His sons and daughters to do.

On Dean's List
Woody Jones son of Mr. and
Mrs. W.A. Jones of Bellamy
Circle was recently informed
that he made the dean's honor
list at Gulf Coast College.


Doesn't


Like His

Record

Dear Editor,,
After careful study of Jim-
my Carter's record as presi-
dent of the U.S.A. for two
years.
His record:
Gave away the Panama Ca-
nal.
Pardoned the draft dodgers.
Promised to cut taxes. Has
increased.
Promised to cut the size of
the U.S. Government. Has
increased it.
Promised to cut inflation.
Has done many things to
increase it.
Moving to establish full
relations with Cuba.
Trying to high pressure
Israel into an unfavorable
treaty with Egypt.
Turning against former al-
lies South Africa and Rhode-
sia.
Killed the BI, bomber pro-
gram.
Has weakened our military
strength.
Selling out our ally national-
ist Taiwan.
Established full relations
with Communist China.
Trying to direct other na-
tions on how to handle their
problems while letting ours go
unsolved.
I hope the people that
elected Jimmy -Carter as
president are enjoying his
performance. I am not.
At the rate he is going, two
more years may cost us all our
allies. But we will have plenty
of Communist friends in Af-
rica, South America, Cuba,
Russia and Mainland China.
Robert Moss

Sponsor Dance
The Senior Cruise Club will
sponsor a dance Saturday,
January 13. It will be at the
Centennial Building from 9:00
p.m. until 1:00 a.m.
Music will be provided by
WPFM and admission will be
$2.00.


ETAOIN SHRDL U

B)



� STARTING THE NEW YEAR means
making a set of resolutions which are designed to
better us for the coming year. By now, most of us
have broken any new resolutions we might have
made and face the new year, mostly playing it by
ear.
I've been doing a bit of talking with various
people in the city over the past week or two and it
seems we have three problems which face us as
a city and citizens of the city, which need our
attention.
Problem number one, of course, is our
hospital and the mess which has been stirred up
there by people who claim to be interested in its
operation, but who actually know very little of its
operation, requirements or rules and regula-
tions.
The next problem is parking on Reid
Avenue. This doesn't mean there is not enough
parking space; the problem mostly swirls
around the parking meters.
The third problem is the unkempt appear-
ance of the city.
Let's look at them, one by one and see if we
can't come up with a new set of resolutions
among ourselves, as individual citizens, which
will help all three problems.

THE HOSPITAL problem is one of personal-
ities and other such personal matters, as I see it.
The hospital is operated by a set of rules and
regulations set up by the state and national
hospital associations, the state and national
health organizations and hospitalization insur-
ance carriers. A hospital must abide by these
rules and regulations, along with all its staff and
medical personnel, or it will not maintain its
accreditation. Loss of accreditation could easily
mean loss of Medicaid and Medicare status, as
well as loss of sanctions by some insurance
carriers.
The rules and regulations are designed to
protect the patient and see that he gets adequate
medical care at a minimum risk from the
hospital and its physicians. They're not designed
to penalize anyone except those who would not
abide by the rules.
The hospital Board of Directors is charged
with seeing that these rules are adherred to and
they intend to do just that so long as they are


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themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


y: Wesley R. Ramsey


allowed to remain in their present position.
Beyond this, they have no power.
.There are those who would argue this simple
statement, but it happens to be true.

PARKING ON REID Avenue is a topic of
conversation. . . especially the parking meters
which line the street. The meters take in a few
dollars each year: enough to pay the salary of
the parking attendant who polices the overtime
violations and keeps the street available for
those who wish to come to town to shop. There
are those who would, .like to see the meters
removed.
The parking meters were put up in the first
place to control parking. People were coming
downtown and parking on Reid Avenue all day
long, making it inconvenient for those who
needed to find a parking place so they could do
their shopping. The meters were put in to pay for
the cost of controlling these parking violations,
and they were numerous.
If the meters are now removed, the city will
be stuck with an expenditure of about $6,000.a
year to police parking downtown. At the present
time, the city can ill afford tq lose this small
amount of revenue and pay for the controls out of
tax dollars. If everyone who parks downtown
would consider their neighbors and their parking
needs, there would be no need for meters or
control officers.
Some say the meters are driving, local
shoppers to Panama City where they can park
free. I don't know what kind of car they drive,
but one can park all day at the meters in
downtown Port St. Joe for 40 cents. They surely
can't drive to Panama City for that amount of
money.
Parking downtown and the dissatisfaction
with the meters is a real problem and I hope it
can be resolved in 1979.

KEEPING THE CITY CLEAN is the
responsibility of everyone as I see it. I join with
others in being disturbed at the amount of trash
which is thrown out and allowed to accumulate
throughout our city. It could be such a pretty
place in which to live, if everyone would just be a
little more careful in keeping their surroundings
clean.
We do have a trash and sanitation division in
the city, but there is just not enough money
available in Port St. Joe to pay for a crew of men
or women to do nothing but clean up after our
sloppiness.
These other two problems may take some
giving and taking to solve, but the problem of
cleanliness can be taken care of within 24 hours
after this piece is read, if you and I will just take
it upon ourselves to see that our city is cleaned 1
up and kept clean.


*


A Winter



T"Beauty

I. II.When winter first came to the Panhandle
.last week, it came in with a rush, stunning the
people and the plant growth. As a rule,
someone thinks to put the water hoses to
.running while the freeze creeps in, creating
art in ice and an unusual sight for this part of
the nation. The suddenness of winter's first
assault caused people to forget to put out their
hoses or turn on their water.

With the second freeze coming along, the
first of this week, Tony Beard and Mitch
Fortner of Marvin Avenue were prepared.
They turned on the hose, hung it in a tree
and left it there all night long. The result was
this cascade of icicles, which caught the early
morning sun last Thursday, showing a scene
'y1of harsh beauty--harsh for the tree and
beauty for the person looking at it.
-Star photo






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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1979


PAGE THREE


Four Local Gymnasts Will Compete


, In Gainesville This Weekend


These four gymnast will
attend the sectional meet in
Gainesville January 13 and 14,
against gymnists from all
over the state. If they make
the required scores, they will
'continue on to the state meet.
The girls are under the
instruction of Miss Jennifer
Hendrix.
In 1975 Traci McClain
missed qualifying by only four

CARD OF THANKS
We want to thank our many
friends for food,. flowers,
prayers, and love in any way
shown to us at the time of
losing our mother, Florence
Arnold.
A special thank you to Rev.
David Fernandez, Rev. Craig
Pippin, Rebekah Melody 22,
Oak'Grove W.M.'s and Rocky
Comforter.
God bless you,
Family of Nelson
Gardner


tenths of a point and later in
1976 Miss Hendrix qualified
for the USGF State Meet.
Left to right in the photo
'are: Trish Tapper, daughter


of Mr. and Mrs. George
Tapper; Traci McClain,
daughter of Mr.' and Mrs.
Randall McClain; Vicki Bar-


r from Port St. Joe

ews... High School

by Ellen M. Henderson


SCHOOL BELLS RING
School bells rang once again
. Monday morning, after a long
Christmas holiday. The day
was quite cheery, especially
after having a two week
Christmas vacation, which in
certain respects, was good
preparation time for the third
six weeks tests. The third six
weeks is ended as of today.
BASKETBALL GAME
Tomorrow there will be two
basketball games held during
school hours. All students .are


permitted to attend. Admis-
sion is $1.00 per student.
SEMESTER EXAMS
Next week, semester exams
will be coming up soon. The
time schedule will appear in
this column next week.






The ancient Greeks consider-
ed two of anything unlucky,


low, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Billy D. Barlbw and Jennifer
Hendrix, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin M. Hendrix of
Panama City.

Bahamas

Trip Date

Postponed
The Gulf County Association
for,Retarded Citizens will be
choosing the winner of its free
trip to the Bahama on Valen-
tine's Day, February-14 rather
than on January 10 ar original-
ly announced.
persons wishing to be eligi-
ble to win the trip may contact
any G.C.A.R.C. member, or
call 229-6327. Donations of
$1.50 made toward this event
will be used to support the
Adult Activity Center.


TIDES

High and low tides for the
upcoming week in St. Joseph's
Bay are listed in the table
below. The information is fur-
nished by the U. S. Weather
Bureau station in Apalachi-
cola.


High
Thursday 9:24 P
Friday 10:00 P
Saturday 10:35P
Sunday 11:07P
Monday 11:42P
Tuesday
Wednesday 12:07 A
Thursday 12:33 A


Low
7:22 A
.7:59 A
8:35 A
9:04 A
9:31 A
9 54 A
9:59 A
9:51A


Distinguished Service



Award Nominating Time


The Port St. Joe Jaycees have started
their annual search for an outstanding.
young man to receive their Distinguished
Service Award to be presented at the
annual DSA banquet .later this month.
The Jaycee Distinguished Service
Award is presented annually to an
outstanding young man of the community
for leadership and service. during the
calendar year. The winner does not have to


Fun Run be a Jaycee.
NAME

Scheduled ADDRESS .
AGE___

Sunday Briefly state why. you
The St. Joseph Bay Road
Runners will begin a new year
of fun runs starting this
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at'
the Stac House on Eighth
Street.
The Club- recently solicited
donations for club improve-
ments and those donating
participated in 'a contest.
There will be a 5,000 meter
and a 20,000 meter race in
Tallahassee this Saturday.
For more information, contact SIGNED
Perry McFarland.


OBITUARIES:

Mrs. Katie Kay, 92, Died

Saturday at Her Home


Mrs. Katie Kay, 92, a
resident of 311 Duval St.,
passed away last Saturday
afternoon at her residence
following an, extended illness.
She was a member of the
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church, and was a native of
Ashford, Ala., living here the
past 37 years.
Survivors include: three
sons, Vester Kay of Inverness,
Ollis Kay and Dick Kay both of
Auburndale; two daughters,
Mrs. Eula B. Walker of Oak


Grove and Mrs. Donnie Scott
of .White City; 20 grandchil-_
dren and 25 great grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were held
at 3:30 p.m. Monday at the
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church with the Rev. David
Fernandez officiatiing.- Inter-
ment followed in the family.
plot of Holly Hill cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter. Fune-
ral Home of Port St. 'Joe.


feel this person


a
K


Any young man, age 21 through 35 is
eligible for nomination unless the nominee
became 36 before January 1 of this year.
Entry blanks are available at Costin's,
Western Auto, Smith's Pharmacy and the
Florida First National Bank. Those
wishing to make nominations, can fill out
the blank reprinted below and mail it to
Port St. Joe Jaycees, P.O. Box 158, Port St. -;
Joe, Florida 32456.


should receive this award:


Last Rites Held Friday

for Woodrow Lollie, 64 .
Woodrow Lollie, 64, a native , East Point and Mrs. Alite
and long time resident of Jordan of Kinard; nineteen
Kinard,. passed away last grandchildren and one great
Wednesday in Biloxi, Miss., grandchild.


following an extended ill-
ness.
Survivors include: three
sons, Richard Lollie of East
Point, Clyde Lollie of East
Point and Steve Lollie of
Biloxi, Miss:; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Gracie Hall of East
Point, Mrs. Mary McCarty of
Biloxi, Miss., and Mrs. Shirley
Flowers of' Kinard; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Inez Flowers of


Funeral services were held
at 10:00 a.m. Friday at the
Cypress Creek Baptist
Church, with the Rev. Cicero
Tucker officiating. Interment
followed in the family plot of
Cypress Creek Cemetery in
Kinard.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Futife-
ral Home in Port St.. Joe. ';


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Now In the Port St. Joe Area .
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Service)


Open till 10 P.M., Thurs., Jan. 11 Only
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PAGE FOiUR


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11. 1979


Daughters of the American Revolution



Entertained with Antique Tea Reception


' The Saint Joseph Bay Chap-
ter Daughters of the American
Revolution entertained mem-
bers and their guests at a
Christmas Antique. Tea, De-
cember twentieth at the home
of Mrs. Charles Brown. Greet-
ing the guests were the hostess
and Mrs. Thomas Owens,,
regent. .
The entrance was remini-
scent'of an Oriental garden
with Christmas lights shining.
through teak wood latticed
tables and patterned screens.
An old canton bowl held fruit
and nuts. Ceramic ginger-


bread boys with all the names
of the Brown.children, grand
and great grandchildren en-
circled an' old fashioned
Christmas tree decorated with
Raggedy Ann wooden toys.
* The living room mafitel was
ornamented by a hand made
gold leaf Nativity set. On
either end were overlay pink-
lustres with crystal prisms.
On Victorian marble top ta-
bles French Ormolu Candlea-
brum, and a pair of Giran-
doles with the figures of
Robison Crusoe teaching Fri-
dgy to read from the Bible


Mrs. Charles Browne, left, and Mrs. Thomas Owens, DAR Regent, display one of the
\wreaths used to decorate for the DAR's December meeting.
/.


Poinsettias 'Care Insures



,Flower Bracts Next Year

. Last year's Christmas poin- planted outdoors in the warm- or in the home grounds. E'
kettia can give added enjoy- er parts of central arid south- a brief- exposure to eleci
mnent in the landscape if cared ern Florida. The poinsettia is lights will prevent poinseti
for properly now. very sensitive to cold and flowering or markedly de
Many of the new varieties of many years the plants are flowering.
!poinsettias Will retain their frozen before they, have a In order to keep pla
; leaves and decorative bracts chance to bloom. bushy and compact - t
''Tir into the New Year Even- Choose a sunny, well-drain- yielding more flowers -- pi]
'tNally the lower leaves will ed location protected from the top one-half inch from r
'* gin to drop'and the bracts north winds and frost for shoots when they reach
-will lose their brilliant color poinsettias Also select an length of four_ to five inet
o this point the plant should area %\here plants will not The branches that are pinci
.e placed in a cool dry receive any light at night. will develop two or m
idcation Give the plant only Poinsettias must have almost shoots. When these sho
b ought wa -r to keep the soil total darkness before flower grow' to four or five inch
:�:bm becoming entirely drN so buds are formed. Plants are pinch them. Repeat'the pin
iat the stem won't wither prevented from flowering ing process when there
:After the danger of frost has when the\ are exposed to enough shoots to do
, ssed, the poinsettia can be electric lights from the streets However, do not pinch .p
.settias after the first week
, w .t;..:.: September. To do so will de
'" ' :. or prevent flowering at Chr


- Mushroom sauces for spaghetti ofitei consist ol1 a fr'\
: sliced mushrooms in tomato sauce: For a change, here's a
- sauce %ilh ,,,al mushroom character, suggested by the
AAmerican Mushroom Institute:
MUSHROOM ONION SAUCE FOR SPAGHETTI
1 pound fresh mushrooms 1/2 teaspoon basil leaves,
or 2 cans (6 to 8 oz. each) crushed
sliced mushrooms 1/4 teaspoon ground
1/4 cup butter or margarine black pepper
V� .1/2 cup chopped onion ' 1 pint half and half
2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 pound spaghetti,
3 tablespoons flour cooked, rinsed
'1-1/4 teaspoons salt and drained
Rinse, pat dry and slice fresh mushrooms (makes about 5
;.cups) or drain canned mushrooms. In a large skillet melt
butter. Add mushrooms and'onion. Cook over low heat,
stirring often, until mushrooms are golden,-about 5 min-
:'utes. Remove from heat. Stir in lemon juice. Blend in flour,
salt, basil and black pepper. Gradually stir in half and half.
:. Cook and stir until sauce bubbles and thickens, about 5 min-
- utes. Spoon over hot spaghetti. Serve immediately. Yield: 6
- portions.


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





The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 GARRISON AVE.- PORT ST. JOE

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

. � SERVICES
SSUNDAY SCHOOL ................... 9:45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP ................ 11:00AM
EVENING WORSHIP ................ 7:00 PM'
WEDNESDAY NIGHT .................. 7:00PM

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mas time.
After the plants have been in
in the'ground about a month.
apply~'on or two "t'blespo6ns
of a complete garden fertilizer
such as 6-6-6 or 8-8-8. Usually,
three applications per year
are recommended - the first
when growth starts in the
spring, the second in June and
-the last in late fall after the
bracts have set. This last
application' promotes large
bracts with good color and
aids in promoting root growth
during the winter months.
Occasionally,, a fourth appli-
cation will be needed in
mid-summer if the early sum-
mer application is followed by
extremely heavy rains. Water
well each week during dry
weather.


MARTHA DIANNE HARDY



Engaged


Mr. and Mrs. Curtis F.
' Hardy of White City announce
the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter, Martha Diannie, to
Daniel D. Baxley, son of the
latelMr. and Mrs. Glenn S.
Baxley of Tallahassee.
Miss Hardy is a 1975 grad-
uate of Port St. Joe high
School. She attended Gulf
Coast Community College,
Tallahassee Community Col-
lege and is presently the
manager of .Ideal Shoes at
J.M. Field's in Tallahassee.
Baxley is a graduate of
Lively High in Tallahassee.
He 'attended Tallahassee
Community College and is
presently serving with the
U.S. Navy and, stationed at


Mayport in Jacksonville.
,The wedding will take place
Saturday, January 13 ,at 5:00
p.m. at the White City Assem-
bly of God Church.
No invitations will be sent
but all friends and relatives of'
the couple are invited to
attend the wedding and recep-
tion which will follow the
ceremony in the home of the
bride's parents.'


were conversation pieces.
On tables made -by Mr.
Brown nearly fifty years ago
from ash and cedar from the
Apalachicola forest were
large silver "Whistling Walk
Warmers". These warmers
were used in the period when
the kitchens were build separ-
ately from the houses, and a
walk was in between. The
servant boy had to whistle
while carrying it so that the
house mistress could be sure
that he was not picking in the
food.
The tea table in the dining
room was covered with a red
Christmas cloth and centered
with'a silver fillagree bowl
containing holly and red ca-
mellias. The cloth and .hand
embroidered napkins to
match, were made for this
special occasion by Mrs.
Brown's daughter. This table
was attended by Mrs. Nobie
Stone, Mrs. George Suber,
Mrs. Charles Smith and Mrs.
Paul Fensom. Serving the
. Coffee Frappe were Miss'
Midge Howell, Mrs. Roy
Smith and Mrs. Philip Mc-
Leod. On e serving trays
was a pewter Bicentennial
memento with the DAR wheel
and distaff ensignia.
On display was an oblong
hand hewn woodefndough bowl
holding Christmas vegetables
and fruit. A plate with initials
FDR and two salt cellars to
match from a set,that belong-
ed to Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Items of interest of the west
Florida coast were a secre-
tary and sewing table that
tame to Apalachicola on the
steamboat Rebecca Evering-
ham in 1883. The table held old
crystal ice buckets, a tray of
the early 1800's marked Astor
House, New York, and a
dinner gong with Latin in-
scriptions Matthew, Marcus,
Ludas, Johnnes + S and the
symbols under each name.
A spool bed made by Valen-
tine Hoffman, I, of Apalachi-
cola, had hollows in the spools
to hide money during the Civil
War. This was made for Mr.
Brown's grandfather Philip
Schoelles, I. An heirloom
crocheted coverlet of Queen
Anne Lace design, made from
linen twine used by fishermen
in this area to mend their nets,
covered the bed.
A Cannon-ball bed made by'
a German craftsman for the
first lighthouse keeper at Cape
San Blas and later used at the
Yellow Bluff Light by the
Luptons was on display.


An oil painting of' the
steamer Crescent City plying
between Apalachicola and
Carrabelle, the only link be-
tween the Apalachicola North-
ern and the Georgia, Florida,
and Alabama railroads, was
an item of interest to those old
enough to remember her. The
Crescent City, a side wheeler,
and later made into a stern
wheeler was brought from
New Orleans to Apalachicola
by Mrs. Brown's grandfather
Captain James Pickett in the
late 1890's for J.P. Williams,
an owner of the G.F.&A.
Railroad and an uncle of three
generations of St. Joseph Bay
Chapter members Mrs. Roy
Gibson, Sr., Mrs. Bill Brown,
and Mrs. Phil McLeod. Paint-
ings of the old lighthouses, fish
houses, boats, wharves and
beach scenes were in every
room. Each room contained
antiques and a Christmas
motif which were of interest to,
the guests.
t The'guest book was kept by
Mrs. Barbara Watts, Mrs.
George Tapper and Mrs.
Gannon Buzzett. Assisting the


hostess were Miss Laurie
Smith, Miss Anne Quarles and
Miss Susan Watts.
Out of town guests were
Mrs. Basil Kenney of Lynn
Haven, Mrs. Rudolph Gaskin
and Miss Elizabeth Owens of
Wewahitchka, Mrs. W.F. Ran-
dolph of Apalachicola, Mrs.
William Mills of Blakely,
Georgia, Mrs. Jim Simmons
of Knoxville, Tennessee, and
Mrs. William Ebersole of
Rome, Georgia.
The St. Joseph Bay Chapter
of Daughters of the American
Revolution will hold their
regular meeting Wednesday,
January 17 at 12:00 noon.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Karl and Sherrie Bowen are
proud to announce the arrival
of their niece, April Lynn on
December 25 at. Municipal
Hospital.
April weighed six pounds
and two ounces and was 19 and
one half inches long. She is the
daughter of Sherrie's sister,
Tina Sampson.


Ming's a


Greenhouse

& Garden Center .4

U. S. 98 & St. Joe Beach4


Fruit Trees
Peach, Pear, Apple,

Pecan, Pomegranate,
Fig, Blueberry


__ Services
0 Indoor and Outdoor Landscape
- Consultation .-
* Sod and Sodding - Free Estimates
Home of Gulf County's Largest Variety
of Plants

648-8907
After Hours-. 648-5213


Ik St Joe Beach

Beauty Salon

Bay Street St. Joe Beach

Welcomes Back

Gennell

Thompson

L in the shop from
9 to 4
Tuesday thru Friday




\ Next Week /
January 16 thru January 19


$5.00 off

The Sheri Kurl
.A great permanent customized to your hair.
Reg. Price $25.00

-- Bring This Ad With You --

.Louise Linton, Owner and Annie Ruth
TUESDAY thru THURSDAY
8:30 to 4:30
Call Them for Late Appointments
For Appointments Call 648-5130


STOREWIOE


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e Mrs. Smith Hosts

Presbyterians
t Mrs. John Robert Smith was
� hostess to the Women of the
Church of the Pirst Presbyter-
i.n Church Monday, January
8, at 3:00 p.m.
The devotional, based on
Mark, chapters 2, 8, 13 and 14,
was given by Mrs. Mary
Hendrix.
Mrs. Harold Beyer, presi-
dent, gave a report on the
projects for 1978, noting that
the red cushions for the pews
project had been completed;
that the WOC had sponsored
clothing, Christmas and birth-
day gifts for a child at
Thornwell; provided clothing,
magazines, sports equipment,
and bathroom supplies in
connection with the Panhan-
dle Alcoholic. Council's pro-
gram in Gulf County, and
donated two large print books
for those unable to read-
conventional size print to the
Gulf Counity Library.
Mrs. Beyer also stated that
Mrs. Tunney Miller of the
Panhandle Alcoholic Council
informed her that a halfway
house for women was being
opened in Bay County and
household supplies of all kinds
were needed. The WOC voted
to donate two dozen glasses to
Sthe new halfway house.
Mrs. Harold Beyer will be
hostess for the February
meeting and Mrs. Sidney
Brown will give the devotion-
al.


Blue Ridge Quartet Appearing At


Oak Grove Assembly Jan. 11,,12


The Blue Ridge Quartet of
Spartanburg, S.C. will be at
the Oak Grove Assembly of


God Church January 11 and 12
at 7:30 p.m.
Other than singing their own
songs, the quartet was select-
ed to do the backup work on
the songs performed by the


great Red Foley, also per-
forming their own song "Oh,
Glory, Glory Hallelujah", in
the 1970 'Academy Award
winning movie of the year..
The sound of the group is


Library Will Sponsor

Genealogical Seminar
The I.orthwest Regional Li- the nation, invited inte
brary System will sponsor a persons to attend and le
Genealogical Seminar Wed- trace their roots. Tho
nesday, January 17 from 7:00 tending may bring thei:
to 9:00 p.m. at the Bay County recorders.
Public Library. Guest speaker This program is open
will be Richard Hodson Shep- public, according to Li
herd of Salt Lke City, Utah. Director Jane Patton
Shepherd, reported to be one more information on the
of the most popular and sought inar, call the librai
after genealogical speakers in 785-3457.


rested


moulded from the bass voice
of Burl Strevel, who doubles
as master of ceremonies;
tenor from Rodney Hoots,
baritone by Bill Crowe; and
the lead by Jim Wood of Port
St. Joe. The artistry of George
Colley on base guitar, Allen
Miller on guitar and banjo,
Steve Boyd on drums and
Gary McQuay on the steel
guitar, accompany the group
musically.


THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1979 PAGE FIVE


Moped Operators Should Wear Helmet


Moped operators, are being
reminded that they must
purchase a five dollar license
tag as of January 1, 1979, said
the Florida Highway Patrol
recently.
Drivers licenses have been

Offers Thanks

for Building Use
We would like to thank
President Troy Jones and the
members of Local Union 379
for the use of the Union Hall.
Had it not been for the use of
the building, our haunted
house nor our banquet would
have been a success. The
Senior Cruise deeply appre-
ciates your help.


necessary since July 1, 1978;
however, the tag requirement
was delayed six months to
allow time to manufacture the
new license plates.
Colonel J.E. Beach, Patrol
director, noted that the tag
would be a one-time only


purchase. It will not have to be
renewed each year as cars
and trucks must do.
Riders of mopeds should
-learn to operate on vacant
parking lots away from traffic
before venturing into the flow
of regular traffic.


319 Reid Ave.


Florist and Gift Shoppe
Phone 229-6010


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to the
library
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FIRST

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


Christmas

Wreaths
All sizes
and descriptions


Floral

SArrangements

Live Plants- Poinsettias
A few left for close-out


The Sugar Plum Tree








THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY II, 1979


Sharks Have Tough Games In



Week of Play -Win Two, Lose One


.. .... ..
;~~'e I


Officers
These volunteer ambulance people will
serve as officers for the Port St. Joe squad for
- the coming year. From left to right, front row,


are: Sheila Harper, supply captain; David
Horton, squad chief; Barbara Weeks, second
assistant squad chief. Back row, left to right:
Larry Hardison, assistant squad chief and
David Harrelson, maintenance chief.
-Star photo


The Warriors recently held
a holiday invitational basket-
ball tournament at the Wash-
ington Recreation Center dur-
ing the holidays.
The tournament champions,
the Northside Warriors, were
the hosts. The Warriors de-
feated Uncle John Nephews by
the.score of 86-81 to capture
the coveted championship
trophy.
Little Miss. Tammie Tho-
mas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Thomas was named
Miss Warrior. She will repre-
sent the team for the 1978-79
season.
The tournament M.V.P. was
Brat Lowery, the playmaking


Port St. Joe's basketball
Sharks had a tough week this
past week, going into overtime
in two games and winning a
third contest by a close but
comfortable margin.
Last Friday night, the
Sharks avenged an earlier loss
to Chattahoochee, by downing
the jackets 51-47 in double
overtime on the Jackets' home
court.
The Sharks had a 19-13 lead
at half time, but the Jackets
surged back and tied the score
at 41-all at the end of regula-
tion play. Each team scored
four points in the first over-
time, but the Sharks ran up a
four point lead in the last
overtime period to win the
close contest.
Cleveland Riley and Robert
Boykins paced the Sharks with
14 points each. Tony Larry


added 10 points for the Sharks.
Score by quarters:
Chatt. 6 7 12 16 4 2-47
Port St. Joe 10 9 6 16 4 6-51
CHAT.-Copeland, 2-3-7;
Jones, 6-3-15; Allen, 1-0-2;
Reed, 1-i-3; McMillan, 5-2-12;
Shaw, 4-0-8.
PORT 'ST. JOE-Riley, 4-6-
14; Pollock, 2-0-4; T. Larry,
4-2-10; R. Larry, 3-3-9;' Boy-
kins, 6-2-14.
Monday night, the. Sharks
had another loss tacked to
their record, losing to the
Rutherford Rams, 56-54, in
overtime play.
The Sharks were behind,
25-19 at half-time, but caught
up in the second half. Cleve-
land Riley put the game into
overtime with two free throws
in the last few seconds of.


guard of the Warriors. He
.scored a total of 61 points in
four games. The Cougars,
captured third place by de-.
feating WJHG .80-70 led by
Fennell and Larry. They
combined for 36 points, 18
each.
Results of the tournament
are as follows:
First round; Apalachicola
Clockers over Togo's of Pa-
nama City with a score of
106-64. Northside Warriors
beat the Apalachicola Sea-
hawks 100-80.
Second round; Detroit
Slicks over the Port St. Joe
Panthers, 92-48, Chocolate


regulation play.
In overtime, the Sharks
managed only two 'points in
overtime, while the Rams
picked up four to take their
slim victory.
Robert Boykins led the
Shark attack with 19 points.
Cleveland Riley was close
behind with 18 points.
Andrew McGriff led the
Rams with 24 points.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 9 10 14 19 2-54
Rutherford 10 15 10 17 4-56
PORT ST. JOE-Riley, 7-4-
18; Pollock, 0-0-0; T. Larry,
3-0-6; R. Larry, 3-1-7; Boykins,
7-5-19; Taylor, 1-0-2; Thomas,
1-0-2.
RUTHERFORD - Rich-
ards, 0-0-0; .Lynn, 1-4-6; Ho-
gan, 0-0-0; D. Barnes, 5-4-14;
Slay, 0-0-0; McGriff, 11-2-24;
Harris, 3-3-9; C. Barnes, 1-1-3.


City Cougars over Peters
Laundry, 102-97, Uncle John
Nephews over Panama City
Handy Kraft, 74-72, and WJHG
over Wewa, 108-62.
Third round; Uncle John
Nephews over Detroit Slicks,
97-82, Northside Warriors over
Apalachicola Clockers, 88-60,
Uncle John Nephews. over
Chocolate City, 78-72, and
Northside Warriors over
WJHG, 94-87.
In the consolation round
Chocolate City beat WJHG by
a score of 80-70 and in the
championship Northside War-
riors beat Uncle John Ne-
phews by a score of 86 to 71.


Tuesday night, the Sharks
had a comparative breather,
breezing past the Wakulla
War Eagles, 78-66.
The Sharks jumped off to a
comfortable 35-25 lead and
kept up the pace through the
rest of the game. Wakulla
made a run for the lead in the
last period, with 27 points, but
the Sharks were pushing 21
points through the nets to keep
the game out of reach. of the
Eagles.
Robert Boykins paced the
Sharks with 23 points. Cleve-
land Riley had 16 points and
Tony Larry had 18 points,
Cleveland Riley added 16 and
Robert Larry 10.


Score by Quarters:
Port St. Joe 19 16 22 21-78
Wakulla 10 15 14 27-66
PORT ST. JOE-Riley, 7-2-
16; Pollock, 4-1-9; T. Larry,
7-4-18; R. Larry, 5-0-10; Boy-
kins,. 10-3-23; Taylor, 1-0-2.
WAKULLA-Crum, 5-2-12;
Harris, 8-6-22; Hotchkiss, 5-1;
11; Hull, 1-5-7; Brown, 3-0-6;
Lewis, 1-6-8; Rosier, 1-0-2.
NEXT WEEK
The Sharks have three
games on tap for the coming
week, starting with a home
stand against Florida High
Friday night. Next Monday.
the Sharks will be on the road
to Mosley High and Tuesday
night, they will be at Bay
High.


Smith's Pharmacy

Emergency Telephone Number
Holidays - Nights - Sunday

John Cooley
229-8024



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


SCat Is 68
SC, L. "Cat" Sylvester, left, was honored
by his fellow members of the ambulance
squad at their meeting Monday, marking


,! Big Buck

Club Still

Open
:; *- For deer hunters who
haven't scored yet, it's not too
late to make this year's Big
IBuck Club.
The Big Buck Club was
organized several years ago
by the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission to recognize
: deer hunters who bag trophy
bucks in Florida, said Major
'Kenneth L. Stivers, director of
the Commission's Office of
Informational Services.
."Hunters have until Janu-
ary 7 in most parts of the state
to qualify for Big Buck
honors," Stivers said. "How-
ever, the general hunting
season in the Commission's
Northwest Region runs an
. additional two weeks, ending
; January 21.
"Sportsmen also have the
opportunity to hunt trophy
'bucks in the Northwest Region
a: january 27 through February
S 11 in special primitive wea-
S ons season," Stivers said.
To qualify for club status,
the buck must weigh a mini-
mum of 130 pounds field
dressed and that weight must
be certified by a wildlife
officer, check station opera-
tor, game technician, or no-
tary public.
"The club recognizes bucks
laken anywhere in the state by
either resident or nonresident
Shunters who comply with state
g e game regulations," he said.
A Big Buck Club member
i.eceives a trophy certificate,
a shoulder patch for his
hunting jacket and club mem-
S bership card.
For additional information
and application forms, deer
hunters can write Fred Stan-
berry, director, Division of
Wildlife, Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission, 620
South Meridian Street, Talla-
hassee, Florida 32304.

SUNSHINE STATE

ARRIVE ALIVE
FLORIDAI .


Sylvester's 68th birthday. Presenting Sylves-
ter with a birthday cake is assistant squad
.chief Larry Hardison. Looking on is squad
chief David Horton. "Cat" has been with the
service since it was organized.
-Star photo


St. Joe Papermakers




Federal Credit Union




WillPay


On 6 Month Certificates



Rates Guaranteed to maturity on Certificates issued January 11, 1979
to January 17, 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



St. Joe Papermakers Federal Credit Union


904-229-8612


530 Fifth Street


ft


Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456


PAGE SIX


Warriors Host and Win,


Holiday Cage Tourney


Notice of


Annual Meeting


St. Joe Papermakers
FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
This Credit Union will hold its annual
meeting on January 18, 1979 at 7:00
p.m. This meeting will be held at the
Union Hall on Sixth Street. Door prizes
will be given away and one must be
present to 'win


ONE

CHEAP

MUFFLER

LEADS

ANMOTH


Ever notice how buying something too cheap leads to actually paying
more in the long run? Well, mufflers are no different.
Except at your nearby NAPA Muffler Center. We have long-lasting
economy mufflers-not cheap ones. Prices start as low as $15.95 for
most American cars and light trucks. Naturally we have a complete line
of pipes and accessories as well.
So stop in...we've got all types of mufflers for all types of cars.
See any of these NAPA
Muffler Centers...
your full-service
neighborhood dealers�4 NAPAO

$5.00off
ALL NAPA MUFFLERS!
Present this
.......... coupon prior ........
to purchase
This Offer for A Limited rime

ST. JOE AUTO PARTS


Phone 229-8222


201 Long Ave.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1979


I Need to Sell -Buy- Trade???


E.B. MILL]

PORT

Almost new brick home 3
bdrms, 1� baths, plus en-
, closed play area easily con-
verted to den. Central heat,
"Ig. window a-c. 2004 Juni-
per.


Lots of room - 3 bdrm, 2 full
baths, living rm w-fireplace
den, large kitchen, cen h&a,
on pretty, corner lot. Has
been termite treated and
repairs made. 1101 Garri-
son Ave.

Room for a large family - 4
bdrm, 2 ba., living rm,
dining rm, large den, porch
& utility area, new roof.
Nice corner lot - 1201 Palm
Brick and wood construc-
tion. 3 bdrm, 1� bath, living
rm, dining rm, screened
porch front & back, double
carport w-storage,. on cor-
ner lot - 1912 Juniper.

M--MEXIC(

Canal lot, 4th from Gulf.
Ideal location and they're
almost all gone.

Looking for your dream-
house? We have it! Beauti-
ful Spanish-style 3 bdrm, 3
bath home. Great rm w-im-
� pressive fireplace..Swim-
Sming .pool & patio area
enclosed w-privacy fence
off living area. Lovely en-
trance patio. Lots of arches
I and genuine tile roof. Spa-
, cious 2 car garage. Grand
- Isle. This fine home avail-
able for lease, -9inimumn 6
ontb -i9 ' --

Beautiful mobile home ta-
stefully decorated and com-
pletely furnished. 3 bdrm, 1
bath, living rm, kitchen-din-
ing area, & lovely 12x38'
den. Come see for yourself -
it's nice!

1 year old - a modern brick
home to fit your lifestyle. 3
bdrm, 2 bath, living rm, den
& utility storage. Cen h&a,
and carpeting thruout. Why
bother w-the hassle of build-
ing when this may be just
what you want! '

2 blocksrom the G - ex-
celle q75 0'lot. tbile
: home -3|b's, th,
coml lyl ned. Only
: $12,000. 7th St.


S.- ST. JOE
Just 1 house back from the
i beach. 2 bdrm, 1 bath home
w-garden area in back.
Work in your garden, then
Sgo for a swim!

- Income property or convert
o single family dwelling.
- Recently remodeled duplex
- 2 bdrm, bath and 1 bdrm,
: bath. New well and septic
- tank being installed, new
wood skirting. Good loca-
tion, walking distance to the
beach.


. Usp your own final touches.
Partially finished 3 bdrm,
1% bath home, large living
rm, kitchen and family rm
Scombo, garage & utility rm.
On 75x100' cleared lot. Ad-
joining corner lot may be
purchased with home.



GULF AIRE - Ove
Beach and Beacon
Underground utilities
Don't let this golden
buy. Call our office


i EL

Patty Millei

: 648-!


18291

Route 3, Box


IL


ER REP

SST. JO


Corner
all fixti
operatic
retiring
chance
own bus
inform
stateme

Nice sta
1 ba., li
bdrm.
painted

516 9th
den, 2
lovely 1
can pay
percent
this one

Nice lo
bath ho
family
place. C
drapes.
Marvin.


O BEACH


We're He
Each office is independ



ALTY

E

grocery store with
ures and inventory,
ng profitably - owner
- this may be your,
to OWN your very
siness. We have all
nation - operating
nt available.

irter home - 2 bdrm,
ving rm, den or 3rd
Bedrooms freshly
. 523 7th St. - $18,950.

St., 3 bdrm, 1 bath,
screen porches on
lot and a half. You
y equity and assume
nt loan. Call us to see
e.

cation - 3 bdrm, 3
me. 30'x48' kitchen-
rm. combo w-fire-
Cen. h&a, carpeting,
& fenced yard - 1313


H ---


Commercial lot on U.S. 98-
90'x190'. Price reduced to
$20,000. Buy now for the
future.
Mobile home ready for a
new owner. Everything in-
cluded from vacuum to lots
of wicker on your 24'x16'
Florida rm-den w-elec. fire-
place. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, living
rm, eat-in kitchen. You'll
have to see this for yourself.
Nice corner lot - quiet neigh-
borhood. Furnished 2 bdrm,
1 bath mobile home. Come
.w ea " ?et


Lovely beach home. 3 bdrm,
2 bath, living rm w-fire-
place, dining, kitchen w-all
the extras, cabana rm w-
shower, office, covered
patio w-greenhouse area,
cen h&a, - Circle Dr.

A view of the Gulf from
stilts. Almost new. 2 bdrm, 1
bath, eat-in kitchen, living
rm. Furnished except for
linens and dishes. Double
carport under house or con-
structed for additional liv-
ing quarters. 15th St.
Dock your boat in your own
back yard! - Beautiful 3
bdrm, 2 bath home on canal.
Living rm w-cathedral ceil-
ing and fireplace, separate
dining rm, large patio,
double garage - 36th St.


E BEACH
2 bdrm, 1 bath home on
corner lot. 1 block from the
beach. New 12x19' den. lo0x
12' storage shed-workshop
in back.

Hate to be cooped up? Relax
on your 16x60' screened
porch in rain or shine! This
2 bdrm, 1 bath furnished
mobile home has it.

Home plus income - large
rustic beach home, 4 bdrm,
large living rm w-fireplace,
veranda. Plus 1 bdrm rental
cottage.

Remodeled 4 bdrm, 2 bath
home on beautiful 75x186'
lot. Two extra lots avail-
able. All new siding, new
roof, new aluminum win-
dows, large double carport,
underground sprinkler.



-rlooking the beautiful Gulf of ME
Hill. Water and sewer lines are
s and street paving will begin aft<
opportunity to be part of this lovel
today. Landscaping has begun.


DON B. MILLER, REAL

r - Associates - Sh

iOl1 After Hours

Hwy. 98 - MEXICO B

167A - Port St. Joe,


House at 406 Madison St.,
Oak Grove, $8,500. 2 bdrm, 1
bath, fireplace, built-in stove
oven, new cabinets. Separate
utility workshop w-
sleeping quarters. Inquire at
402 Madison St. (227-1800) or
(904) 785-8927 or (904) 763-9828.
4tp 1-11, 1-25, 2-8, 2-15

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

'wo 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


11


MISC~~. FRSA


"The Great Tide", written
by Rubylea Hall, is now avail-
able by calling Mrs. Eunice
Brinson, 229-8663. Also "The
Great Tide" will be on sale at
the following places:
Pauline's Restaurant
Ready Arts & Crafts Shop
Pate's Service Station
Hickory House Restaurant
Gulf Sands Rest., M.B.
Mexico Beach Grp., M.B.
Fiesta Food Store, M.B.
Kerigan's Kargo, M.B.
The Star
3tp 1-11

9' fiberglass garage doors
for sale. Wanted to buy: used
car set. 229-8372. 2t 1-11


re ForYou.TM
ently owned and operated.

CAPE SAN BLAS
2 large tracts available at
the right price: (1) one mile
from turnoff on the Cape;
(2) over 4000 feet fronting
the Gulf, extending to Hwy.
30, towards Indian Pass
from the curve. Signs on
property.

BEACON HILL
1st St., between 4th & 5th,
two cleared lots with build-
ing easily converted to a
beach house. A bargain at
$16,000.00. If you've been
looking for a place at the
beach, better see this soon.

WEWAHITCHKA
Beautiful 2 year old brick.
home in fine location on 1/2z
acre lot w-9 large pecan
trees. 3 bdrm, 21/2 bath, den
w-fireplace, cen h&a., carpet
& vinyl thruout. This is a
fine home looking for a new
owner. Just off W. River Rd,
1 block from IGA Store.

Privacy and plenty of room.
Almost new brick home on
1% acre, 3 bdrm, 2 b. th,
living-dining area, large
den w-fireplace plus a 1
bdrm, 1 bath apt. w-living
rm & kitchen under the
same roof. Use the apt. for
your mother-in-law or as a
master bdrm suite.

WHITE CITY
Brick 3 bdrm, 2 bath home,
garage, chain link fence.
Low down payment, ar-
range own financing, sell
will take a 2nd mortgage.

1%/4 acres - Nice 3 bdrm, 2
bath home w-living rm, din-
ing rm, utility and deep well
and pump. .

INDIAN PASS
Only 2 years old - 3 bdrm, 2-
bath, large eat-in kitchen,
living rm, cen h&a, carport
w-utility rm, and 9x12'.stor-
age shed in back. Walking
distance beach.

DALKEITH
Room for all your pets -
Shorses, cows, chickens! 5
acres fenced and cross fenc-
ed. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, country
kitchen, large den. Plus
your own swimming pool.
Come see how nice country
living can be.

COMMERCIAL
Mexico Beach - 5 plex on
beach side of Hwy. 98. Cur-
rently rented. A good in-
vestment and income, too.

White City - 24x80' steel
bldg. with office in fronton 2
lots fronting Hwy. 71. Suit-
able for any business: boat
and motor sales, bait shop,
manufacturing, storage,
etc. Owner will sell below
cost of replacement. Buy
equity and assume existing
9 percent mortgage.

6100 sq. ft. brick building in
Port St. Joe suitable for
offices or shops with re-
modeling. Call for further
information.

BEACH LOTS
Commercial lots. 90x190'
and 90x120' in Mexico Beach
SBusiness Center. Large
commercial lot -275' front-
age Hwy 98, 320' on canal.
Strategic corner on sea-
going canal.



exico between St. Joe
Being installed now.
er the first of the year.
y subdivision pass you



TOR

errie Zyski

229-8494


TRAMPOLINES IN S
6 FT. x 10 FT. OR ROUND
deliver and assemble.
available. WESTERNA
219 Reid Ave. 227-1105.


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

New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tills
and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center, 301 Hwy. 98, HV.
229-6001. tfc 4-28


DRY cleaning
easier, faster and
HOST. Rent our m
Joe Furniture. 227


FOR STANLEY
PRODUCE
Call Betty Gi
648-5047


LOGGING CONTRACTORS
WANTED
Buckeye Cellulose is inter-
ested in talking to logging
contractors wanting to log
low land pine timber in
Carrabelle area. For furt-
her information concern-
ing production, price, etc.,
please call one of the follow-
ing: Larry D. Hutchens or
Denis L. Carey, at (904) 697-
3614.


carpets is
safer with
machine. St. Have a highly profitable and
-1251. beautiful jean shop of your
tfc 10-21 own. Featuring the latest in
jeans, denims and sports-
I HOME wear. $15,500.00 includes be-
TS ginning inventory, fixtures
gilbert and training. You may have
your store open in as little as
tfc 7-15 15 days. Call any time for Mr.
Loughlin 612-835-1304.


1969 Ford Fairlane, air
cond., excellent mechanical
cond., $250. Call 648-5190.
ltc 1-11

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

1973 Pontiac Grand Safari
wagon, power steering, auto
transmission, am-fm, excel-
lent condition. $1,395. 648-8203.
tfc 12-21



NOIE


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. . SIMCooley, SeW..
J. P. Cooley, Sec.


STOCK R.A.M.-Regular convoca-
ID. We tion of St. Joseph Chapter No.
Terms 56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
AUTO, days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-
panions welcome.
tfc 4-6 E. E. WEEKS, H.P.
E. William McFarland, Sec.


Use the Want Ads for Results! !


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue

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

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

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


EACH

Fla. 32456


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.)


GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets -
Vanities - Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
412 Monument Ave.,
Port St. Joe
Glen Combs
229-6017
tfc 1-4


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

Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?




For Cable TV
installation In Port St. Joe
t-1flh Firt KM"I
Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office tic 1-4


Opportunity knocks:
or men, 6-10, part-time
lent earnings for p.m.
time hours. Help
balance budget. Call ft
view. Call between 6
p.m., 648-5150.

Enter the glamorou
ing World of Fashion!
highly profitable, Lad
hion, or Jean and Casu
shop, featuring 130 na
known brands. Eve
provided for $17,900
YOURstore in a few
Call COLLECT (904)
for EXT. 6.

Oyster bar & flea
business. Real good l
Could be a real money
Would consider trade
thing-good lease on p
Other interest reason
Call Bill Corbin, Sr.,
Blountstown.


U


Remington 1100, 20 ga.
auto. gas operated, new
condition. Two barrels, one
26" cyl. ventilated rib, other
barrel 28" modified choke.
Call owner, 229-8810.


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

Moving, must sell-20x32'
houseboat with screened-in
porch, new cypress deck,
aluminum siding, $2,500. 14'
tri-hull boat, 50 h.p. Mercury,
$1,200. Call 227-1270. tfc 1-4


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


No need for wet
Dry clean them with
Use rooms right awa
machine. St. Joe Fu
227-1251.

For carpets cleaned
professionals do it-at
tion of the cost, rent
Vac, the portable steal
pet cleaning system.
able at Western Auto
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave


THAMES HOTE
Daily - Weekly
Monthly Rates
Air Conditionet
Television
302 Reid Ave.


Public

Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COUR
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
GULF COUNTY.
Cas
ASSOCIATES FINANCIAL.
COMPANY OF FLORIDA, I
Plaintiff,
Vs.
LESTER CARTER and wife
FLOY ANN CARTER,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: LESTER CARTERandv
ANN CARTER
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT
an action to recover persona
nas been filed against you a
required to serve a copy of y
defenses, if any, to it on FRA
HARRISON, attorney for
whose address is DAVENPO
STON, HARRIS, GERDE
SON, 406 Magnolia Avenue
City, Florida, and file the or
the Clerk of the above-styled
before February 12, 1979; 0
judgment may on entered a
for the relief deme ' In
plaint.
WITNESS my hand and
said Court on the 13th day
ber, 1978.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk .. of said
By: -s- Susan E. Bigelow,
Deputy Clerk


:.women
. Excel-
or day-
dad to


LEGAL SERVICES


LEGAL SERVICES
at Reasonable Rates
Glen R. Peterson,
Attorney-at-Law
P. O. Box 81
Port St. Joe
.or call 229-8083.
tfc 1-4





Anyone interested in taking
EMT 1900 refresher course,
please call 229-6773 after 3
p.m.

MUST SELL
SLiquidation of new all steol
buildings -60 x 108x 15
$2.12 per sq. ft. Call Collect
1-904-387-28891
Century Steel Buildings



Public

Notices


or inter- NOTICE
6 and 8 The Gulf County CETA
3tp 1-11 office is accepting applica-
S tions and interviewing appli-
cants, for the position of
s, excit- courier for the Gulf County
! Own a School System.
ies Fas- Applicants must meet
aal wear CETA guidelines for employ-
tionally ment. Other qualifications
r are; must be 18 years of age at
rything least, have a valid Chauffeur's
D. Open license, at least a high school
weeks! graduate, ability to organize
764-7612 materials, make decisions,
bookkeeping knowledge, be
_ ._ friendly, dependable and able
market to get along with people.
Latn Typing and math skills Are
location, desirable.
' maker. You may apply for, this
for any- position Monday through Fri-
)roperty. day, from 8:30 - 3:00 at the
for sale. CETA office, 411 Reid Ave.
674-5055, Applications will not be
674-5055 taken by telephone. Itc
tre 12-7
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to Section 865.09,
Florida Statutes, the under-
signed persons intend to regis-
ter with the Clerk of the
-_ -Circuit Court,- Gulf County,
apart- Florida, four weeks after the
wy. C30. first publication of this notice,
S 0 the fictitious name or trade
all Ski name under which they will be
9-6105. engaged in business and in
tfc 1-11 which said business is to be
carried on, 'to-wit:
spaces Name of Business
/eadows Neel's Shoes and Accessories
aoweds Location of Business
mowed,.
:arbage
Breeze Neel's Shoes & Accessories .
05, Gulf 222 Reid Ave.
tfc 1-11 H.B.. and Nell F. Neel
Owners 4t 1-11
bedroomm
2 & 3
Beacon St
tfc 10-5S ate

carpets.
HOST Needs
y. Rent
irniture,
tfc 10-23 Doctors

the way
a frac- Florida rates sixth in the
am car- nation in terms of physician
Avail- population, and yet federal
phone and state guidelines indicate
. p that the State has areas that
tfc 3-16 are medically underserved.
Twenty-two counties in
Florida have been designated
_ , as being in need of medical
personnel, and it is estimated
that four counties have no
physician in residence. These
229-8723 are the facts to be addressed
tfc 1- at the Third Physician Re-
,tfc -4 cruitmient Conference to be
held January 20, 1979, at
Tampa's Host International
Hotel, jointly sponsored by the
Florida Medical Association
and the Florida Academy.of
T, FOUR- Family Physicians. Commu-
AND FOR nity representatives interest-
ed in improving health care
e No. 78-s60 delivery in their individual
SERVICES communities will be in atten-
NC., dance, as well as physicians
seeking practice opportuni-
ties.
The day long conference i$
designed to provide basic
information on government
and private programs avai.-
at property able to assist communities in
nd you are need, current trends in state
our written medical schools for solving
ANKLIN R.
Plaintiff, the distribution problem of
RT, JOHN. primary care physicians, and
& HARRI.
e, Panama an over-';w of what attracts
iginal with physical.. and the problems
court on or faced in setting up a practice
gtinst you in medically underserved
the Com. areas.
Community representatives
of Decem. or physicians interested ig
attending the day long confej-
ence should contact the Flop
Court ida Medical Association aX
4t 12.21 (904) 356-1571.


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
tic 12-7



S. .


Reward offered for return of
ladies tan clutch wallet. Con-
tains only identification and
pictures. Many of the pictures
can't be replaced. Call 227-
1278 or turn into The Star.




FUR WANTED
Coons, wild cats, otters. Call
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RE


PAGE SEVEN


SERVICES-


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Alignment? See us. Front end
rebuilding, brakes, auto air
conditioning, hi speed on car
balancing. Over 21 years ex-
perience. Phone for appoint-
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Alignment, Hwy. 98, East
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Complete Wood Shop
Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
Then come see us for Stan-
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Hwy. 98 W. 227-1763
tfc 8-5
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Re-roofs, new roofs, shingles
or build-up
919 Kraft Ave., Panama City
Phone 785-1608
4tp 12-21

CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Septic Tank Cleaning
Phone 229-8007
tfc 11-30


2 bdrm. furnished
ment on Gulf side of H'
For information, c
Breeze Campsites, 229


Two mobile home
available now at Ski M
Trailer Park. Grass
water furnished, g
hauled off. Come to Ski
for information 229-61
privileges.

For Rent: 1 two b
house in Oak Grove;
bedroom houses at
Hill. 229-6961.










PAGE EIGHT THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY,. JANUARY 11, 1979


W"' PWtM E
INVESTMENT
Smart investors always seek the
'greatest dividends for their invest-
ment . . . so here's a tip for you. A
regular check-ups by your family
doctor can result in the most preci-
Don't gamble with your health . .
invest in your future Make an ap-
*pointment for a physical examina-
tion now
, YOUR v 1 PMAlNACT

BUZZETT'S
DRUG STORE
Ph. 227-3371 317 Williams


THUR. NIGHT LEAGUE
Telephone Company took
four games from Wonder Bar.
Cathy Martin and Faye Capps
(sub.) each had a 435 series.
Faye bowled a big 202 game
for Telephone Co. Trudy Pate
had a 182 game and a 519
series for Wonder Bar.
' Highland View'Motors took
four games from Bowling
Lanes. Lynn Lyles had a 172
game and Bertha Clayton had
' a 470 series for Highland View
. Diane Keith had a 147 game,
and a 412 series for Bowling




.Feeding


Oysters

Robert Engle, a marine
biologist with the Coastal
Plains organization told the
Rotary Club last Thursday
that an experiment, currently
underway in Apalachicola to
raise oysters under controlled
conditions is working out well
and could mean a profitable
industry for this part of
Florida:
Engle said, one of the
S problems with the oyster
industry is that the oysters get
"'"poor" and lose much of their
tastiness during the summer
months. "This is the main
reason for taking them off the
market during these months",
S: he said.
Under the experiment he is'
conducting, the young oysters
would be placed in salt water
tanks and fed corn meal
' :during the summer months,
producing the same fat, firm,
tasty'oysters which are com-
mon in these parts during the
' :cooler months. Engle says the
main reason oysters lose their,
S' - firmness and taste during the
- summer months is because
they don't eat properly or get
-the same kind of nutrients in
the river water.
. "Engle said his people tried
many foods for the oysters
S before they hit on the corn-
meal diet. "Nothing would
, ork like the cornmeal", he
:said.
Experiments conducted at
11 Mile have been successful,
.:in producing the quality oys-
S ters and facilities are now
, being set up to produce 700
:bushels of oysters. "If this
:experiment on a large scale
Works, we. will know we. have
S something which will revital-
ize the industry during the
Summer months", he said.
: The oysters are kept on
-land, in huge vats through
:which salt water is circulated
and the oysters kept in about
four inches of water. The
experiment will include sev-
eral tanks, 210 feet by six
feet, by six inches and will ,e
conducted over a period of
three years.
Guests of the club were Dr.
Tom Gibson of Scottsboro,
Ala., Tom Gibson, of Tusca-
loosa, Ala., and Bill Gibson of
Sewannee, Tennewsse.
- .






The average distance between
neighboring galaxies is about
a million light' years.


Gulf County

School Lunch



Menus


Monday, January5 ' '
Sloppy joe on a bun, orange
juice, French fries, cake and
milk.
Tuesday, January 16
Macaroni and cheese, sav-
ory peas, sliced tomatoes,
deviled eggs, sliced bread,
cake and milk.
Wednesday, January 17
Chicken, mashed potatoes
with gravy, green beans,
mixed fruit, rolls and milk.


Lanes.
Bowen's Cow: Girls took
three games, from Surefopts.'
Susan Bigelow' (sub.)' had a
150 game and Marguerite
Scheffer had a 402 series for
Cow Girls. Elsie Parker had a
142 game and Hanna Justice
had a 402 series for Surefoots,
Pepsi Cola and Ragdolls will
play a make up game later.
Standings. W 'L
H.V. Motors ' . 52 7�/2
Telephone Co. 38 22
Surefoots 25�A 34�/
Wonder Bar , 24% :35�/
Cow Girls 18 42
Bowling Lanes 13 47


WED. NIGHT LEAGUE
The Wednesday Night La-
dies League resumed their
bowling action after a two
week layoff. The results went
,as follows:
Florida Bank won three
games from Nash Seafood to
maintain a slim hold on first
place. Jo O'Barr paced the
Bank with a 433 series. Sandra
Brock was high bowler for the
Seafood team with a 396
series.
St. Joe Furniture won three
games from Beach Beauty
Salon to keep their hopes of
first place alive. Bertha Clay-
ton .rolled a 471 series for the
Furniture team. Mary Brown
was top bowler for the Beauty
Shop team with a 417 series.
Murphy's Jailbirds won all
four games from the Play
Girls. Janet Murphy rolled a
468 series for the Jailbirds.
Susan Bigelow (sub.) led the
Play Girls with a 379 series.
Renfro's dropped all four
games to- the Alley Kats. La
Juan Pogue paced Renfro with
a 360 series. Carolyn Wright
was high bowler for the Kats
with a 520 series.
Standings W L
Fla. Bank .482 11%2
St. Joe Furniture 47 13
Alley Kats 39 21
Beach Beauty Shop 38% 211/2
Murphy's 35 25
Renfro's 18 42
Nash Seafood 10 50
Play Girls 4 56

MIXED LEAUGE
The Winter Mixed League met
on January 8th with the
following results:
The standings tightened up
with Earley's dropping all
four games to the Hickory.
House. Sue Brooks rolled a 187
game and a 450 series to pace
the Hickory House. 'Lamar
Moore turned in a fine series
of 561 and a 203 game.
10 Pin Lounge took three
games from Varnes Seafood.
Fred Kleeb (sub.) rolled a 594
series and a 205 game for
Varnes. David Roche paced
the 10 Pin Lounge with a 490
..ries.
Bill Whtifield rolled a 521
series for Sylvachem to lead
them in a three game win over
Poncho's. Poncho Maguder
rolled a 424 series for Pon-
cho's.
St. Joe Bar won three games
from Highland View Gulf.
Harry Lowry rolled a 553


series for St.
Standings
Earley's
Syh -
Pone.. . s
St. Joe Bar
10 Pin Lounge
Varnes
H.V. Gulf
Hickory House


Joe Bar.
W L
31 17
30 .18,
29 19
29 19
22 26
19 29
19 29
13 35


1.


Thursday, January 18
Fish with catsup, cole siaw,
baked beans, fruit pie, sliLed
bread and milk..
Friday, January 19
Country fried steak with
gravy, mashed potatoes, car-
rot, celery, and raisin salad,
buttered biscuit; coconut pud-
ding,and milk.
Alt menus subject to change
due to availability of food.


4> A


Slimnastics

Class Resumes
Ladies slimnastics classes
have resumed after the holi- ' .
days. New days are Monday . '
arid Thursdays from 6:30 to- ,
7-30 p.m. Classes continue to *' * ' -.
be held at the Stac House with . .-.
Janie Copeland as instructor Ed Ball Reserve. The buck weighed In at 1
the fee is$5.00 per month. eser e R record pounds and isthought tobethelargestbuck
Call 229-6119 orgo by the be taken from the reserve. The deer wasn't
Stac House during class time Raymond Burrows, shown above, bagged happy about the situation, but Raymoi
if you are interested in enroll- this big 10-point buck Saturday morning in the certainly was. -Star pho
ing. ____...


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7:30-9:00 Fri.


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5399
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Woodburning
Fireplaces

179.


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20 year limitne guarantee. No 474024 Install a Heatilator now
Aluminum Windows
Single-hu0ng, 2 over 2 light win-
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2'8" x 3'0"


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Insulating -
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37..

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. Program at Honeyville Church


The public has been invited to attend a religious program
of singing and entertainment at the Honeyville Methodist
Church on Sunday evening, January 14. The Holmes Creek
Boys, a gospel quartet, from Graceville, will be presenting
the 6:00 p.m. program at the church.
The group consists of Scotty Stevens, Ken Draughon,
Jimmy Gesslein and Norman Smith with Donna Roper,
pianist. All members of the group are students at Graceville -
High School. No admission will be charged for the program
but a free. will offering will be taken.
Russell Fulford serves as pastor of the Honeyville
Methodist Church located four miles south of Wewahitchka.


the members of the


Church of Christ

invite you to meet with them:
S Sunday Mcrning Bible Study...........10:00A.M.
Sunday Morning Worship .............. 11: 00 A.M.
Sunday Night ........................ 6:00 P.M.
3 Wednesday Night .................... 7:o00 P.M.

so Corner 20th St. & Marvin

)to For information call 229-6969
o-a o- / / ..0 ** A ** m - -.


GECC " ypogr'aphical.
Parker, Panama City W
10:00-4;00 Sun. Limited quantes All tem. Advertised Available For Sale at Normal Sales Rate.


S Weatherstripping Kits
The complete weatherstripping kit d.
�'fb' ,, /to complete one average door. Seals
� I ..door like a refrigerator. No. 173003.
Edison Portable - Deluxe Ribbon
f Comfort Sensor II 11111 Im1l Heater


Features forced warm
air, settings for differ-
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. .No, 324031.


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A 992-4 LIGHTING
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A. 4-Light Wagon Wheel
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B. 5-Light Polished Brass
Chandelier ...... 29.99
C. 5-Light Antique Brass
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12 gauge, 2 wire
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Translucent panels
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Bowling



News


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Port St. Joe, Fla.
b 510 Fifth St.


A


Come to George's Birthday
Party Thursday, Jan. 11


Here are the favors.
You may have 3 pounds of each one with your grocery
order.


Cigarettes Excluded .
from Limit Deals




Prices Good
Jan. 10-16


lb. 3


RUTABAGAS


lb.


CABBAGE


We Reserve
Limit Rights.


Reg. POTATOES lb. 5C


BANANAS


lb. 9


Items Limited So That All Party-Goers
May Enjoy the "Goodies". No Raincheck.


FRESH PORK WEEK AT


Center
Cut


Pork Chops


lb.


Family Pak
Pork Chops

$119
Ib.


Thin Side


Spare Ribsl


lb. 99


Fresh


Ham Slices

lb.59
Ib.


lb.


SA


Fresh
Ham
Portion

$119


Fresh Boneless Lean
Tenderized
Pork Steaks

lb. 79
Ib. ^


VEWAY


Country Style
Loin Ribs


lb.


$


9


e Whole or Hc
Slab
Sliced Fre Bacon


Select
Tender Beef Liver ..... LB 69C
All StarFRANKS.....12 oz 69C
$1.99 Value Hormel Pure Pork Smoked
LINK SAUSAGE .....LB. $1.79
Bryan
ROLL SAUSAGE ....... LB. 890
Sunnyland Best Dry Cured
SMOKED HAMS ..... LB $1.29
HOG MAW .......... .LB. 49'
5 Pounds or More
GROUND BEEF ........ LB 89'
SLook forthe
USDA Prime Label
for the Finest in Beef Eating
\ppppp ----- 0-1MMM M� M* ** *


FRYING CHICKEN
Choice Breast
Choice Thighs I
Drumsticks
Livers- Gizzardi


Fine Fare


Limit 2 P


SALT


lease

Box15


S4 Roll White Cloud
, .1 Toilet '
Tissue 59
. ..Limit 1 with s 10 order or more


I


Fine Fare Bleach.....
Mrs. Filbert's Ot. Jar
Imitation Mayonnaise
35 Oz. Fine Fare
Dishwashing Liquid ..
1 Lb. Premium
Saltine Crackers ....


See All RICE
Mixed Nuts


.ma... .I


..1 gal.69C

....693
.a...93C


S ....


69C


3ILb. 89
* a m I a8


Eagle Brand Milk ... ..O.... 69"


Dog Ration ......


50 Lb. Trailblazer $649


Canned Tomatoes Golde3nHarvest 3/99-
Delmonte Catsup .... .,(., 99'


Dial Soap ......


Regular Size Bar


22Oz. Dishwashing Liquid
JO Limit 1 witlh $ �10
order or more
3 Lb. Fine Fare $
Shortening
Limit 1 with 110 order or more


39


Look What $10
IWfllifBy
SThis Week!
2'j oz. Underwood
Deviled Ham 3/$100
8 Oz. Delmonte
Sliced Pineapple3/$100
303 Argo Beans $ 00
Green LImas 3/$100
303 Argo
SEnglishPeas 3/'100
Coast Soap 7oz. 2/$100
Borden's
Butter Milk l2Ga. 0
S Dutch Holland $ 00
Ice Cream 12Gal. 1
I.^� 'ri^


12 oz. Philadelphia
Cream Cheese
Dutch Holland Ice Cream....
Bird's Eye
Mustard or Turnips Greens


88C


1/2 gal. $1.00
1 oz 3/$100


10 oz. Stick Mild 1
Cracker Barrel Cheese


/4 's Mrs. Filberts
Margarine 1 lb. 59


8 oz. Fine Fare Single
Amer. Cheese 79c


23'


lb.6

-9c


l. 19C


PARTS SPECIALS

b.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1979


Auditions Scheduled for


Hig-h-Court Issu esNew Judicial Guides
front The Tallahassee Democrat claims court, and it placed more responsi It charged that Taunton should not have court
. .- - - - - -ri.pnAx ri ght tn .-ofiti T~aunton charged the merchants with


Gulf County Judge David Taunton,
whose controversial views reportedly
helped persuade the Florida Supreme
Court to issue some new judicial guide-
lines, says he is gratified by the
development.
"Now I don't have to change," Taunton
said. "Everybody else will have to
change."
The court recently provided protections
for persons without lawyers in small


ability on judges to see that subpoena pouwr
is not abused.
Those same issues were among the
charges against Taunton when he was
investigated for alleged judicial miscon-
duct by the Florida Judicial Qualifications
Commission.
Taunton was reprimanded last year by
the state Supreme Court for his unwilling-
ness to change his methods of running the
county court. The commission had re-
commended removal from office.


dUviaau wUoman l ne ig llt tu optitionU
for a change of venue in a dispute over a
telephone bill with St. Joe Telephone and
Telegraph.
The new Supreme Court ruling, man-
dates that a notice to appear in small
claims court must advise the defendant of
the right .to ask for a new trial site.
Taunton also was investigated for
allegedly refusing to cooperate with Port
St. Joe merchants when they tried to
collect on bad debts through small claims


using small claims court as a "collect
agency." by repeatedly issuing subpoena
to appear in court or face default.
The high court ruled that the defend
must have an attorney before
arm-twisting begins, and if he has
lawyer, then the subpoenas can only
issued with the consent of the judge.
"It really went further than I K
asked." Taunton said of the ruling. "1
I'm pleased. I can operate well now."


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thi
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Study to Determine City s



Flood Hazard Areas


The Federal Insurance Ad-
ministration of the U.S. De-
partment of Housing and
Urban Development announ-
ced recently that under autho-
rity of the National Flood
Insurance Act of 1968 (P.L.
90-448);,as amended, and the
Flood Disaster Protection Act
of 1973 iP.L. 93-234), it will


fund a detailed study of the
flood hazard areas in the City
of Port St. Joe, 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


Brown to Take


Role In Campaign


Bags 7-Point Buck
Jerry Shores proudly displays the seven-point, buck
which lie downed D)ecemniber 28. Jerry was hunting in the
Apalachicola National Forest where he bagged the 175 pound
buck.


Nutrition Plan


Activates
The Title VII. Nutrition
,Program in Gulf County. is
providing a nutritional noon
meal to Senior Citizens daily
in Port St. Joe and Wewahitch-
ka. They also stress getting
Senior Citizens in the local
communities becoming more
active in their daily lives. The
program provides the follow-
ing services:
Transportation if needed to
the congregate meal sites
Monday through Fridays.
Information and referral to
resources available to help
Seniors pertaining to health
and welfare.
Nutritional education.
Shopping assistance and
transportation to appoint-
ments.
Recreational activities.
This is not a Meals on
Wheels Program, but a noon
meal is furnished at meal sites
in order to offer one third of
the needed daily nutrition and
cause out older citizens to
congregate.
Gulf County Senior Citizens
Association invited Senior

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s Seniors,
Citizens 60 years of age and
older to make application at
the Motel St. Joe office
location, P.O. Box 776, Port St.
Joe for the meals program or
any of the activities or servi-
ces provided. . I
Special efforts are going
forward at this time to organ-
ize a Kitchen Band. All Senior
Citizens interested in joining
the fun project, please call
Fran Ridgley at the office
telephone 648-8466. Various
items such as kazoo, juigs,
buckets, wooden spoons,
washboard and tambourines
will be delegated with the first
practice to begin as soon, as
possible. There is an A.A.R.P.
Korn Kob Klan in Jacksonville
that is very active sharing and
enjoying their band. Folks,
let's have G.C.S.S. be heard
from with this new project.
Don't delay! Call today


GOP Presidential hopeful
Philip M. Crane (R-ILL) has
.named area resident Stiles
Brown to serve on the Crane
for President National Advi-
sory Board and to "take a
leading role in the campaign
both on the state and national
levels". More than 1,300 key
political leaders from
throughout the nation will be
announced on January 16 in a
series of three regional meet-
ings.
"I am proud that a leader of
this calibre has agreed to
serve in my campaign in this
capacity," Crane said today.
,..The National Advisory
�Board is the first of its kind on
the national political level.
Participants were selected on
the basis of their proven
leadership in the Republican
Party or the political pro-
cess."
Crane said the committee
represents the coming toge-


their of many groups of people
from around the country
sometimes kept apart by
political stereotypes.
"The challenge, as I see it,
is to reach out to these groups
to make them see and under-
stand where they agree, and to
include them in a new and
dynamic Republican Party,"
Crane said.
The tri-city announcement
will begin Jan. 16 with a
breakfast in Washington,
D.C., a mid-day function in
Los Angeles and an early
meeting in Chicago. In each
city Crane will meet privately
with his board prior to the
workshop session.
Crane, his presidential 'an-'
nouncement the earliest in
history, has raised a total of
more than $650,000 from all 50
states and taken his "Early
Bird" campaign to 37 states
since his announcement Au-
gust 2, 1978.


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 determin-
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-
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 furnish-
ed to the Honorable Frank


Pate, Jr.. Mayor, the Chief
Executive Officer of the com-
-munity, for forwarding to
FIA.


"Using the
Short Form could
cost you money!"





Henry W. Block
If you don't know tax laws, you
need H&R Block to review your
tax situation. You want to be
sure you are using the proper
tax form. Even if you filed the
Short Form last year, your cir-
cumstances this year could let
you save money by filing the
Long Form. At H&R Block, we'll
take all the time necessary be-
cause we want to be sure you
pay the lowest legitimate tax.
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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.
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the Ocean Opry, on Panama also noted that a record
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midnight Saturday evening may be directed to Mrs. Mary
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