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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: March 15, 1979
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880


FORTY-SECOND YEAR, NUMBER 28


For Port Facilities


,Study Is







Two major problems faced the Port Authority in their
present quest to establish a port operation, h're in Port St.
Joe. These were primarily, land on whichto construct the
port and business to put through it.
The first of these hurdles were met last summer when
Jake C. Belin, President of St. Joe Paper Company stated his
company would make land available on which to locate the
facilities being plahned by the Port Authority. Belin stated
publicly that his firm would make any land available needed
for the installation and would make right of way available for
a new high level bridge across the Gulf County canal,,so port
operations could be performed under and around the bridge
installation without interfering with traffic or having traffic
'interfere with the port.
The Paper Company_ has
made thw Port, Authqrity a
priceon the land it will need.
The Authority feels that due
to the'extreme value of the
water-fronrit property, the
pricemade them is very rea-
sonable. '
Belin's offer set tle wheels
in motion Which had been
stalled f6rso 'many years
Because of lack of 'property.
Today,. the second of the
two major testswill be deter-
mined when the Port Author-
ity goes to Tallahassee to
meet with their engineers,
The Coloney Cqmpany,
which is:to report Hon its
feasibilitY survey. The s ur-
vey wilre determine Whether JC Beln
or not the port can be Offers Landl
profitable.
Port Authority chairman, George Tapper, says he has
heard from the firm in an advance report that the study looks
very good.
The Port Authority andotber local officials are meeting
this afternoon at 2:00 p.m., in the Department of Commerce
Room 309 in the Collins Building on Gaines Street in
Tallahassee.
TO FILE APPLICATION.
Tapper said, "If our sneak preview is correct, and the
report is favorable for port operations in the manner we have
been planning, we intend to file an application with the
'armers Home Administration for financing of the port
construction Thursday afternoon."
Tapper said Farmers Home Administration has
expressed ai n interest in financing the project ands
representatives of th.isagency will be present at the meeting
today. ,.
The port planners are workingtoward an April 1 deadline
to get their application for funds in for the new fiscal year.
The Port Authority was told at the meeting held here
Saturday, March 3 that the federal agency could consider the
application promptly if the application was in by April 1 of this
year.
If the application for'funds is approved by Farmers
Home, itwill give the project an opportunity to get started
with construction this year.
APPLY'FOR DREDGING
Tapper also said the Port Authority has made an
application to the Coastal Plains Regional Council f4r funds
to finance dredging at the port, sheet piling, fill on ,the east
side of the bridge and other work pertinent to preparation of
the basin and dock facilities. The Coastal Plains application
(Continued On Page 3) .


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industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32486


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THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1979


... .In St. JosephBay


Banish




Scallop




Drags


Port St. Joe Fire Chief Bascom Hamm examines damages to the Don Parker home


Fire Damages Don Parker Hon
*~ 'es are o


A late afternoon fire last
Wednesday, severely dam-
aged the home. pf Mr. and
Mrs. Don Parker at 2112
Long Avenue.
SAccording to records of
the Fire' Department, the
fire started in the kitchen
from a pan of grease on the
kitchen, range. According
'to spokesmen for the De-
partment, Mrs. Parker
said she was. planning to
* fry some fish and discover-
ed she had to run to the
store for something. She
said she thought he turned
off the'range before leaving
the home, but; apparently
she didn't get it all the way
off.
The fire caused several
thousand dollars : of dam-
age to the kitchen area,



Reward

The Kiwanis Club has
spent .considerable money
and time in purchasing and
planting shrubs and. flow-
ers in the median on Fifth
Street.
Last week, someone stole
one of the prettiest plants
on the median and the
Kiwanis Club is incensed
about the theft.
In an attempt to get the
plant, a wax myrtle, back
and find out who took it, the
club this week posted a
$100.00 reward for informa-
tion leading to the arrest
.and conviction of the per-
son or persons who took the
plant.


D y When the smoke cleared, these
D erby W winners winners. From left to right are:
Tommy Johnson in Webelos con
out Pack 47 held its "Pinewood 500 (inches)" best car; Howard Richards, firs
afternoon, with Cubs and Webelos entering their Cub competition. Billy Joe Richa
race cars in the competition which would decide McQuagge, who had the best ci
the district races in Panama City this week end. was not present when the picture


where the walls around the
range were completely
burned through. The fire


'also broke through the
ceiling into the attic of the
hope, causing consider-


Cash from Ken
Sheriff Ken Murphy presented the County
Commission with a check in the amount of
$2,105.30 Tuesday morning to be placed in the.
general fund. Murphy said he had received
the check from the Immigration Department
to pay for lodgingand food for the 25 aliens
recently apprehended here in Port St. Joe,
making their way to South Florida to work.


Boating Timc

It's spring time again and water. Around here, when the
with the coming of spring, the fishermen begin hitting the
fishermen begin hitting the water, they start thinking they
have very few places they can
hit the Gulf water with their

This situation caused Coun-
ty Commissioner James Tank-
ersley to remark at the County
M .Commission meeting Tuesday
morning, "We have a boat
'landing on nearly every cor.
ner in the north end of the
county, and only one city pier
for access to the Gulf of
Mexico!"
Tankersley was expressing
a need for adequate boat
launching facilities on the bay
and-the Gulf to accommodate
salt water fishermen and
tourists to the area. Hunting
such a site has been an
exercise in futility for the
Commission for some time in

The past futile search for a
place to put such a launch site
caused Commission Chairman
Billy Branch to remark,
"We've got the money to put in
such a landing or launch
facilities if you can find the
land to put it on."
Branch went on to point out
that the county had prepared
Cubs and Webelos were the launch sites on the Gulf of
Edward Whaley, second and Mexico' before, but the wave
petition; Chris Kennington,. and water action washed out
t and Paul Nedley second in .the sites about as fast as they
rds is the Cubmaster. James were put in.
ar in the Webelo competition Tankersley wasn't satisfied
was made. -Star photo with that thought, however


The long-running battle between people who like to
gather scallops by hand to eat and commercial scallopers
--i came to a head Tuesday, when Robert Ellzey, Jr., presented.
a petition. containing 675 names to the County Commission
calling for prohibition of scallop drags in St. Joseph Bay..
Ellzey told the Commission the draggers come into the
Bay every spring and gather up all the scallops before they
are really big enough to harvest.
"This practice is not only raining the: sport scalloping in
the Bay, it is also doing considerable damage to the Bay:.
bottom and disturbing other sports fishing activities", Ellzey
told the Commission. Ellzey also pointed to the considerable
attraction the Bay and its scallops has for tourists within a,-
200 mile radius' of Port ,St.. Joe., "People 'come from
--Star photo Pensacola, Tallahassee, Panama City and South Georgia and,|
Alabama, just to get to pick up a mess of scallops and the;
recreation it provides them", Ellzey said. "We have a unique g
attraction here for our people and tourists and we need to-
[l1e protect it for this use."
Ellzey said,'"When the boats come in the scallops are
gone in just a little while." .
o the struc- County Commission Chairman Bill Branch asked*
hiring in the attorney Billy Joe Rish for advice on the matter and Rish
advised that the County. could not forbid any practice in the:
S ,. Bay concerning fishing. He said this was a matter for the:
bul. state to consider and recommended a public hearing on the,
matter with Representative Leonard Hall, who was present
at the meeting, and the entire state government delegation..


The Mexican aliens were stopped by the
Sheriff's Department near 'the overpass on
Highway 98 when their motor home, in which
they were travelling, was unable to make it
up the incline due to -motor troubles. The
aliens were lodged in the Gulf County jail for
nearly a week before the Immigration
Department picked them up. In the photo
above, Sheriff Murphy hands the check over.
to County Commission Chairman Bill Branch.
-Star photo


HALL ASKS FOR EXPRESSION
Representative Hall then got into the conversation and
said, "This decision is up to the Department of Natural:
Resources. I'll be glad to help you in this matter, but I would
need an expression of what the County wants and how the
people feel in the matter before I could present it to the
', DNR.," -:
S'-., Gmnvisioridr, JAmes Tankersley then remarked, .i
'"'- "You'll ge( 100 percent apprdval-to-elds-Tef BtitWrftlfg
here in the County, but you may meet opposition from
commercial harvesters from Bay and Franklin counties."'
Hall then stated he may have trouble getting the Bay,
closed year-round to commercial harvesting, but he felt he,
could get some relief at least, if he could get an expression
from the county.
MOTION MADE
Commissioner Leo Kennedy then moved that they.
request the Bay be closed to drags during the months of May,
June and July. Ellzey then suggested the month of April' be
included in the prohibition, "since the draggers start their
operation in late April when the scallops are not much bigger
than a nickel." .
Kennedy then amended his motion to include April as one
of the closed months. Tankersley seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
The Commission then further defined their request to
include only that portion of the Bay which lies south of a line
drawn between Presnell's Landing and Eagle Harbor, across
the Bay. Ellzey said this would include all the shallow water
where waders could enjoy their scalloping.
A public hearing on the matter will be set up by
Representative Hall and Senator Pat Thomas for the near
future.


and No Launch Site


and stated, "I think we should
have a launching site in the
vicinity of the curve just west
of th'e'Dixie Belle Motel where
many people now gather to
fish, crab and have salt water
recreation. I think it's a pity
that we have such a facility as
the Bay and the Gulf in our
backyard and can't use them
because of lack of some
facility to make them avail-
able."
Branch then said, "It's my
understanding that such facil-
ities will be provided in the
proposed port and seafood
processing facilities on the
Canal and that would be ideal.
In the meantime, though' I
repeat, we have the money


available to put, in a launch
site if someone can come up
with a place to'put it."
Presently, the only places to
launch a boat on the Bay is up
in the south end of the Bay at
Presnell's camp, at the end of
Fifth Street in Port St. Joe and
the canal at Mexico Beach. All
of the sites are limited for one
reason or the other.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters
before the Commission, they-
-Turned down a request
from Tax. Collector Harland
Pridgeon, presented by his
clerk, Mrs. Ollie Stutzman
that the fees collected by the
county on Occupational Li-


censes go entirely to the
county. Presently the fees are
divided between the county
and the cities in the county.
Attorney Billy Joe 1Rish advis-
ed the Board state law requir-
ed the present manner of
distribution of revenues.
-Agreed to wafke license
fees for the Port St. Joe
Jaycees to bring a circus to
Port St. Joe later this month..
--Set up a special meeting
for 7:00 p.m., Friday to
discuss a porposal to bond the
county secondary road fund
money for a county-wide
paving project and to consider
engineer applications for de-
sign of the roads.


Doctor Given 15 More Days


Termination of hospital
privileges for Dr. Anila
Poonai was delayed for a
period of 15 days on action
by the Hospital Board
Tuesday night.
Dr. Anila Poonai had her
privileges to work in Muni-
cipal Hospital removed 30
days ago, based on the
findings of two examining
medical committees and
their recommendation to
the Board.
The original 30 day delay


in removing privileges was
made because of a pending
hearing on an injunction to
prevent the removal by the
Board.
Dr. Poonai had filed for
an injunction from Federal
Court to prevent removal
of her privileges. A hearing
was to be held on the
injunction last week, but
was delayed until March
22. At this time the request
will go before Federal
Judge Winston Arnow to
decide whether or not to


grant the injunction. d
Acting on the advice of''
the attorneys representing
the hospital in the hearing,
the Board granted the
delay in removal of Dr.
Poonal's privileges to April
1. The attorneys said this
would give the court time
to hear the request for an
injunction and give the
Judge 10 days to act on the
request.
Dr. Poonal's privileges
were to be terminated
today.









THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. MAR. 15, 1979


-4.:. "'


EDITORIALS:



Thanks, Sheriff



We Needed That

Our Sheriff, Ken Murphy has pointed stick picking up paper and
Accepted the idea we posed here litter. There was a crew of four men
several weeks ago and has instruct- with the sticks, one man in the truck
* ;i ed his men to be alert to those in which the litter was placed and
tossingg trash on the side of the road. another man, holding out the caution
S.The Sheriff says there will be a case flag for passing motorists.
"made against anyone caught tossing The next day, we were coming
any debris out of their car, even if it back from Tallahassee and the men
is only a cigarette butt. were on the opposite side of the road,
We don't want to see anyone performing the same chore, on their
arrested, but we think the Sheriff's way back to Port St. Joe.
move is a good one. This indicates to us, that it cost
::" For too long we've had an us as tax-payers the salaries of six
anti-litter law on the books which men and a truck for two days to pick
'has been largely ignored at least up the litter between here and White
in this part of the state. We can't City, six miles away.
speak with that much authority All this time we have all been
:about the rest of the state. under the impression that "a litter
bit" doesn't hurt that much. It does;
: Really, the $25.00 fine imposed in the pocketbook of all us taxpay-
for tossing litter on the side of the ers.
road will save a tax-payer money. And this doesn't even take into
Recently, we were going to consideration the unsightliness of
Tallahassee to a meeting and driving over a road with littered
-happened to see DOT crews working shoulders, nor the impression these
.-on the road shoulder between here same shoulders give to our visitors.
and White City, going, along with a Thanks Sheriff, we needed that!


An Uplift


The prayer breakfast sponsored
on a recent Sunday morning by the
Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club was very
well attended for a first ,effort at
such an event by the club.



Stuck Again
The Highland View bridge
was stuck again Saturday,
Which wasn't much of a sur-
prise to -anyone around here.
The only people who seemed to-
be surprised that the bridge
could break down again seemed
to be the DOT.
They thought 'that quarter
of a million dollars in repairs-
last spring and summer would
fix that little jewel.
We'll bet they're glad now,
we were able to persuade the
department into committing
itself for a new bridge.


VA Office to be Closed A While


The Gulf County Veterans
Service Office will be closed in
Port St. Joe on Thursday,
March 22. The Wewahitchka,
office will be closed on Friday,
March 23. Mr. Kleeb, the
service officer, will be attend-


ing a one day seminar on the
New Pension Law 95-588, at St.
Petersburg.
The Veterans Service Office
will be closed at Port St. Joe.
and Wewahitchka from Fri-
day, May 12 through Friday,


It took some effort on the part of
the Kiwanis Club in a venture which
was non-profit, at a busy time, to
bring a spiritual uplift to the people
of our community.
To operate a project on a Sunday
morning, when everyone is trying to
get ready to attend church takes a
little special effort. Those who came
also put forth a little extra effort and
were well rewarded for it.
We don't know of anything this
community, this countyhis state or
this nation needs at this time more
than it needs to go to God in prayer
and ask for His guidance.
We want to thank the Kiwanis
Club and their members for coming
up with this idea, which, we
understand, they hope to make an
annual happening.
We thought it was .also approp-
riate that the state's Insurance
Commissioner was the guest speak-
er at an event which .was asking for
some assurance from God.


May 18 inclusive, for the
purpose of Mr. Kleeb's atten-
dance at the 28th Annual
Statewide Service Officers'
Training Conference and ABC
Clinic at Daytona Beach.
Veterans needing assistance
during these closings can call
the toll free number 1-800-232-
8823.


A Layman's View


Bible.

By BILLY
Phillipians 3:7-11
Key Word: Jesus is gain
(V-7) "But whatever things
are gain to me, those things I
have counted as loss for the
sake of Christ."
(V-8) "More than that, I
count all things to be loss in


Wesley,
Since moving from Port St.
Joe a few years ago, I really
look forward to receiving The
Star each week. It permits me
to keep up with what's going
on in' Port St. Joe and Gulf
County. And even though I am
not living in Port St. Joe right
now, I feel as if I'm still a
resident since I'm able to keep
up with the majority of the
major events and day to day
happenings in the area.
The last few months I have
really been excited as I read
about some of the plans for the
area such as the new planned
port and. of the seafood
complex and of the new high
rise bridge over the canal.
These will be of great signifi-


Notes


NORRIS
view of the surpassing value of
knowing Jesus Christ my
Lord, for whom I have suffer-
ed the loss of all things, and
count them but rubbish in
order that I may gain Christ,"
(V-9) "and may be found in
Him, not having a righte6us-


chance for the people of this
area; and you know what?
Port St. Joe and Gulf County
deserve it! It will be great to
come to Port St. Joe and not
have to worry about crossing


ness of my own derived from
the Law, but that which is
through faith in Christ, the
righteousness which comes
from God on the basis of
faith,"
(V-10) "that I may know
Him, and the power of His
resurrection and the fellow-
ship of His sufferings, being
conformed to His death;"
(V-11) "in order that.I may
attain to the resurrection from
the dead."
Along the path which the
Christian walks to attain
maturity (some Christians


never do) there must come an
instruction in proper account-
ing.
In the scripture above just
what are the losses Paul is
speaking of? Here is where
proper accounting takes over.
The loss of our selfish will, our
dead spirit man, hatred of our
brothers and sisters, of rebel-
lion, of fear, of unnatural
habits, to name a few, are
some of our proper losses.
The loss of these means a
-closer relationship with Jesus.
Man's personal righteousness
comes from man's law, but


LETTERS

.. to the Editor

the Highland View bridge or Port St. Joe, seems like the
whether or not we should wait Lord is answering the prayers
for it to get repaired or just go of a lot of good people.
ahead and turn around and go
through Overstreet and We- Lamar Orrell
wahitchka. Congratulations Thomaston, Ga.


the Christian's righteousness
is through Jesus which comes
from God.
Everything else takes on a
lesser degree of importance
when we realize that to KNOW
HIM in the power of His
resurrection, in fellowship of
His sufferings and having
been conformed in His death
means we also were resur-
rected with Him. All else is of
no avail except Jesus living in
us and we living in Him.
Problems not withstanding
Jesus is everything!

For

Ambulance
Call

227-1115


SALTY
SALLY


Special Olympics Community Effort


Dear Mr. Ramsey:
The Gulf County Association
for Retarded Citizens would
like to thank the following
individuals and organization
who helped make our 1979
Special Olympics and event
which was enjoyed by partici-
pants and spectators alike:
David Lewis, coordinator;
David Langston, master of
ceremonies; Rev. Sidney Ellis


for leading the invocation;
Walter Wilder for starting the
games; Ray Smith and the
Port St. Joe High School Band
for their music; The Wheel-
ettes for all their footwork;
Port St. Joe Elemetary School'
for the participants' lunches;
Lynda Gregg, Gail Horton and
Dennis Harcus of the ambu-
lance squad for standing by;
and Virgil Lipford, Jean Pe-


ters, and Vickie Thomas for
the concession stand.
Of course we cannot possi-
bly mention everyone who lent
a helping hand to this year's
Special Olympics, but we
would Ikie them to know that
their efforts are appreciated.
Sincerely,
Samuel Stallworth
President, G.C.A.R.C.


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By



RICK LAMBERSON was speaking to the
Itotary Club last Thursday about the new fad of
running which is taking over the country -
including Port St. Joe. Rick, who is also into
running (as he could well be at his tender age of
under 30) and he says he enjoys it.
At the meeting last Thursday, Rick was
quoting some benefits from running which help a
man. He quoted a statistic from some doctor who
said the average man gains one and a half
pounds per year in fat after the age of 25. Of
course, some of this fat gain is offset in total
weight by a loss of muscle tissue which is
replaced by fat.
That's a terrible future for those of us who
plan to live to 100 to look forward to. That means


y: Wesley R. Ramsey


by the time I reach my goal I'll weigh 250 pounds
if I don't start running! Since I don't' plan to start
running, I guess I'll just have to start putting up
for a larger wardrobe.
I wonder how much muscle tone one gets
from watching runners run?

SPEAKING OF getting fat, I was talking to
Bill Lyles Thursday and inquired as to his health
after his seizure at the port meeting held here
a week ago this past Saturday. Bill said the
doctors checked him over good and could find
nothing wrong, so he felt he was in pretty good
shape for the shape he is in.
Bill told me, "The only thing they could find
wrong with me were some fatty deposits in my
brain."


Then Rick gave his talk.
Now, Bill can tell where his extra weight is
going to center itself. He is over 25, considerably,
and a ripe candidate for that "one and a half
pounds of fat a year" gain. Now, he knows where
the gain will be.
But don't you worry, Bill. I don't think you're
a fat head. Really!

I SAW where the people who write the
dictionary have decided to purge the American
language (only a distant kin to English) and rid
it of some of the words we. have coined in recent
years which are not words at all.
I don't expect their revision and black-
balling of certain words to be taken lightly in
certain segments of our society.
One of the words which will be forever
banished in the dictionary as a matter of fact
it isn't even in the dictionary now is
"chairperson". In difference to our sweet young
things, the ladies of our life, Americans have
taken the safe ,avenue of describing a
"chairman" as a "chairperson" to avoid any
hint of sexism in describing this particular
function. The dictionary writers will surely earn
the barbs of the feminists by the statement of
their editors who have said, in print, "The word


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is "Chairman" regardless of the sex of the
chairperson!" Opps, a slip there.

WITH SPRING coming up, and its annual
bouts with the spring fever, I'm reminded of
something Spotball Barbee said one time. "We
do this retirement backwards", he says. "We
should furnish a young man with a home and
everything he needs to travel, play, vacation and
have a good time until he is about 35 years of age.
Then we should put him to work and make him
work the rest of his life".
Spotball has the right idea. After a person
retires at age 65 or older, there isn't.much play
left in the old boy.

WILL ROGERS, that famous Olkahoma
humorist, once said: "We will never get
anywhere with our finance till we pass a law
saying that every time we appropriate some-
thing, we got to pass another bill along with
it stating where the money is coming from".
Rogers made this statement back during
the depression when many people didn't even
know what money looked like. It was the
start of the big deficits and the beginning of
government trying to be all things to all
people. The statement applies to today more
so than it did to the 1930's. During these days
when Americans are so concerned over just
how to. balance our national budget, we need
to think again of Rogers' words. Our country
got $800 billion into debt by initiating pro-
grams and appropriating money for 'their
financing without any thought given as to
where the money would come from. So we
just borrow it and let later generations worry
about where the money will come from.


Says Port St. Joe


Deserves New Port


PAGE TWO











OBITUARIES


Mrs. Nadine Lowery Died March 8


Mrs. Nadine Fowler Low-
.ery, 71,' of Port St. Joe died
Thursday in the Municipal
Hospital. She was a native of
Laurel Hill and had been a
resident of Port St. Joe for the
past 45 years, .coming here
from Shamrock, Florida. She
was a licensed practical
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the First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe.
She is survived by a son,
Earnest Lowery, Jr. of Port
St. Joe; a daughter, Dr. Willa
Dean Lowery of Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania; a sister, Mrs.
Tom Barton of Abbeville, Ala.,
and three grandchildren.


Funeral services were held
in the First Baptist Church
Saturday at 11:00 a.m. with
Rev. Bill Heaton officiating.
Interment was in the Holly
. Hill Cemetery.
St. Clair Funeral Home was
in charge of all arrangements.


James F. Rish, Sr. Succumbs


James F. Rish, Sr. passed
away Monday, March 12, in
Panama City following a short
illness. He was a native aind
lifelong resident of Wewa-
hitchka, and was a bee keeper
by trade. He was a member of
the Presbyterian Church of
Wewahitchka.
Survivors include: one son,
James F.Rish, Jr. of Wewa-
hitchka; three daughters,
Mrs. Jeanette Floyd of Fort
White, Mrs. Marguerite Brock
of Fort Pierce and Mrs. Amy
Musgrove of Lynn Haven;
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three grandchildren and one
great grandchild.
Funeral services were held
at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in
the Presbyterian Church of
Wewahitchka. Services were
conducted by the Rev. Ray-
mond Wickersham assisted by
the Rev. William Hearn.
Interment followed in the
family plot of Jehu Cemetery
in Wewahitchka.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home, Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.


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Glaze, Past State Commander
Bill Lyles, right, manager of Radio VFW. The station was given the a
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and lifetime resident of Wewa-
hitchka and had lived in
Panama City for the past
year.
Grinslade was a member of
the First Baptist Church of
Wewahitchka.
Survivors include his wife,
Anna Grinslade of Panama
City; two sons, Burl of Wewa-
hitchka and Claude of Lake-
land; one sister, Mrs. Myrtle
Meredith of Mobile, Ala.; 13
grandchildren and 21 great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
at 3:00 p.m., Sunday from the
First Baptist Church of Wewa-
hitchka. Service were con-
ducted by Rev. Harvey Eng-
lish and the Rev. Claude
McGill. Interment was in the
family plot of Jehu Cemetery
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 15, 1979 PAGE THREE


Honor society members competing in "Brain Brawl".


Honor Society Hosts District Meet


Schools from all over the
district came to Port St. Joe
recently to participate in the
District II spring meeting of
the National Honor Society.
During the registration period
prior to the meeting, the
students and faculty advisors
enjoyed some musical enter-
tainment provided by. the St.
Joe Singers.


The business portion of the
meeting was short, consisting
mostly of roll call and a
reading of the minutes of the
fall meeting. Nominations and
election of district officers
were also held at the meeting.
Marianna High School was
elected to the position of
president, succeeding Wewa-
hitchka High School. Wewa-
hitchka High School was


elected vice-president, suc-
ceeding Port St. Joe, who was
elected unchallenged to the
position of secretary-treasur-
er. Blountstown High School
was elected as parliamentar-
ian.
After the business meeting
the annual district brain brawl
was held, with Bay High
School winning the contest.


Port St. Joe's team consisted
of Tracie Norwood, captain,
Karen Collinsworth, Bob
Lange and Woody Jones. Ms.
Barbara Shirley was emcee of
this event.
As a final note, many people
were heard to comment that
this meeting, was the best
district convention to be held
in several years.


Cruise Club Washing Cars


The Senior Cruise Club will
be busy Saturday washing
cars to help raise money for
the planned trip to the Baha-
mas this summer.
Everyone in Port St. Joe


bring your cars down to the
corner of Reid Ave. and Fifth
St. between the hours of 10:00
a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
The charge is $2.00 to wash
and clean out a car.


- Plans to
The new branch of th
Wewahitchka State Bank, ap
proved recently for operation:
in Port St. Joe, will be open t
the public the last of May o
the first of June, Bill Sumne
of the bank told the Kiwani
Club Tuesday.
Sumner said the bank ha
_X made application for permits
sion to open for business i:
Eddins, VFW temporary headquarters for
ty and Tom period of six to nine months
of Florida until a permanent building
award for its can be constructed.
Sumner said the new bank
-Star photo which will be located across
the street from the St. Jo
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Open
e Union, will offer all the
P- services of any state bank and
n will be an autonomous opera-
o tion, even though the bank's
r operation will be governed by
r the Board of Directors of the
s Wewahitchka bank.
s Sumner said there would be
S- no safe deposit box service
n offered from the temporary
a building. He said the perman-
, ent structure would be approx-
g imately 2,500 square feet and
have seven employees. The
, branch will be managed by
s Nolin Treglaub, who will be
e moving to Port St. Joe in the.
t near future.

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has been made in two parts, with the dredging portion the
first in priority.
Engineers for the Port Authority will begin filing
applications for permits this week if Thursday's meeting
proves to be satisfactory. They will also file for a $2.5 million
grant for dredging.
MONDAY MEETING
As a follow-up to Thursday's meeting, there will be a
special meeting of the Port Authority, their committees and
anyone from the public interested in the project at the Fire
Station Monday afternoon at 5:30. The meeting will be held to
confirm today's actions and inform the entire committee of
the results of the Tallahassee meeting.


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H. V. Raises

$101.44 for

Mental Aid
Mrs. Ruth Rabon raised
$101.44 in the drive benefiting
the Mental Health Association
of Florida. Bellringer workers
marched house-to-house to
collect the funds.
Proceeds benefit the non-
profit, non-governmental
agency whose members are
dedicated to fighting mental
illness while working on be-
half of the mentally ill and
their families.
"The Mental Health Asso-
ciation exists entirely on dona-
tions, such as those raised in
this local drive," said Richard
M. Gray, State President.
Gray thanked Mrs. Rabon
and the Bellringer workers in
Highland View, calling them
an important team in the
movement to promote mental
health in the state.

Class of 1969


Mrs. John Young, Miss Sandra Young and Mr


Calling Shower


,Miss Sandra Yo
;jliss Sandra Young, April Church social hall, with gi
Bfide-elect of Scott Lamber- calling between the hour
On, was honored with a bridal seven to nine.
Calling shower last Friday Hostesses for the lo
pight. The affair was held in occasion were: Dorothy
|he Long Avenue Baptist low, Marilyn Collier, Ja
Cox, Shirley Griffin, M
$teve Kennedy

Gets Master's Christti


Roy Steve Kennedy '.ill
receivee his Master of Science
Degree in Public Administra-
tion March 16 from Troy State
University. ,
Steve is the son of Mr. and
$Irs. Talmadge Kennedy of
Port St. Joe. He and his wife
Plenda, and their three chil-
dren reside in Freeport.


Lists H


The Faith Christian School
has recently released its
honor roll for the fifth, six
weeks term. Listed below are
the students who made the
honor roll.
All A's


'Announcing .


Teena Bouington

Is now affiliated with


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Harrison,-Myra Lancaster,
Audra McLawhon, Jimmie
McLeod, Juanita Powell, Ann
Roberts and Alice Ward.
Many guests called during
the appointed hours, with best
wishes for the bride-elect.


an School


ronor Roll


Grade I
David Brown, Tyler Ford,
Dorann McMullon, John Park-
er, Mark Presnell,.Jeff Rich-
ards, Cody Thomas and Brad
Thursday.
Grade II
Dewanna Davidson and
Laurel Raffield.
Grade III
Kathy Carillo and Leslie
Graham.
Grade IV
Tommy Ford, Howard Rich-
ards, Robert Quarles and Lee
Parker.
A's and B's
Grade I
Cassie Craig, Ernest Gant,
Michael Harper, Louis Lind-
sey, Michael Lollie, Christi
Lynn, Missy McLeod, Shan-
non Parrish, Trey Swatts,
Catherine Wood, Chris Var-
num and Aurelia Zimmer-
man.
Grade II
Jerod McNabb and Ty


Plans Reunion
Plans for a class reunion for
the graduating class of 1969
from Port St. Joe High School
are now getting underway.
Addresses for some of these
graduates are needed. Those
needed are: John Ford, Ste-
phanie Gay, Linda Haratic,
Ronald Russ and David Sum-
mer.
Anyone having the. addres-
ses of these people please call
229-6412 or write to P.O. Box
114, Port St. Joe.
Young.
Grade III
Mickey Gainnie, Jim John-
son, Traci Marion, Marcella
Parker, Brian Peiffer, Wil-
liam Thursbay, Lee Keith,
Craig Large and Ken Tharpe.
Grade IV
Craig Burkett, Robbie
Young, Daren Brant, Paige
Johnson, Pam Cotter and
Edward Wood.


Debbie Kearns and Rusty Burch


To Wed InMay


Mrs. Mary Kearns of Port
St. Joe is proud to announce
the engagement and ap-
.proaching marriage of her
daughter, Debra Paulette, to
Russell Lee Burch, son, of Mr.
and.Mrs. Roy L. Burch, also of
Port St. Joe.
Debbie is a 1976 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and is
presently employed with the
Gulf County School Board at
Highland View Elementary


School.
Rusty is a 1974 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and is
presently employed with the
Department of Natural Re-
sources at St. Joseph's State
Park.
The wedding will be at the
Beach Baptist Chapel at St.
Joe Beach on May 5, 1979 at
8:00 in the evening.
No local invitations are
being sent but all friends and
relatives are invited to attend.


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Ladies "Jax"

JOGGERS


Trying to "Lick" Cancer


The Key Club and Keyettes,
service clubs at Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School, have been
busy for several weeks selling
five cases of Jolli Pops as they
do their part to help collect
monies for the American Can-
cer Society.
These young people are a
very energetic group as they
are constantly helping civic
clubs such as the Kiwanis,
Cancer Society, March of
Dimes, Jaycees and other or-
ganizations.
Shown in the photo above,
from left, are: Karen Collins-
worth. Tom Bouington, Teresa
Nichols, Cindy Murphy, Chuck
Pollock. Vic Gilbert and San-


dra Martin, representatives
from both of the groups.


Mrs. Shirley Ramsey co-
ordinated the project.


Fendley Attends Meeting
Pope Fendley, Port St. Joe minister, announced that
Frank Bartell, district super-
visor for Jehovah's Witnesses
spoke Sunday to an audience
of 2,304 on the subject, "A
.. ;- Cleansed Earth Will You
Live to See It?" at Panama
City's Municipal Auditorium.
The two day convention was
highlighted by 20 new adher-
ents added to the faith.
Fendley added that the
Witnesses have been invited
this summer to a district
assembly in Biloxi, Mississip-


Mrs. Margaret Key Biggs
has had poetry accepted to
appear in two literary publica-
tions. "A Different Drum-
mer" edited by Samuel Evins
Brown will be publishing a
selection of Mrs. Biggs' poetry
in forthcoming issues.
Several poems submitted to
"The International Poetry
Quarterly" edited by John
Wayne Johnston were accept-
ed to be published in future
issues of that magazine.
Mrs. Biggs has just finished
a book of poetry entitled "A
Continual Feast" as a final
project for her M.A. in Hu-
manities degree at California
State University, Dominguez
Hills. under the direction of.
Dr. C. Michael Mahon. All of
the poems accepted for the


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two literary magazines listed
above are contained in that
book.

Aline Mizell and
James York
Are Married
Guess what happened last
month!
On February 10, Aline Mi-
zell of White City and James
York of Panama City were
married. The couple was
married in her cousins home
in White City, Mrs. James
Hicks. The couple was mar-
ried by Judge David Taunton
of Wewahitchka.
A reception followed the
ceremony in the home of Mrs.
Hicks.










Given Surprise Party


Mrs. Mae Creamer was
honored with.a surprise birth-
day party March 6 at the
Florida Power Lounge.
Hostesses for the occasion
were Betty Hardin, Hazel
Simmons and Eunice Gunter.
Approximately 45 guests
were in attendance to share
the special occasion. Prior to
her arrival each guest signed
a six foot birthday card.
Guests were served a beau-


tiful cake prepared by Mrs.
Eunice Gunter, along with
assorted refreshments of
meats, sandwiches and
cheeses.
She received many lovely
gifts and enjoyed the fellow-
ship of her friends and rela-
tives'she has come to know.
over the years.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our
deepest appreciation and gra-
titude,to all our friends and
neighbors for flowers, food,
cards of sympathy, and me-
morials sent at the time of the
loss of our beloved husband,
father and grandfather, Dan
Hatfield, Sr.
A special thanks to the
Municipal Hospital staff, Dr.
Shirley Simpson, Rev. Johnie
McCurdy, Jim Gregg and the
EMT staff and Comforter
Funeral Home.
It is such a comfort to know
so many people share our loss.
Beulah Hatfield
Dan Hatfield, Jr.
Vickie Cooper
Susan Hatfield and family


MISS MARTHA LYNN NORTON


Engage d


Mrs. Lucille M. Norton of
Pennington, Alabama an-
nounces the engagement and'
approaching marriage of her
daughter, Miss Martha Lynn
Norton, to Kenneth Wesley
Weimorts of Port St. Joe. Miss
Norton's father is the late
Larry Norton.
The prospective groom is'
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Weimorts of Port St. Joe and
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Gehew Linton of Ponce de
Leon and Mrs. Lula Weimorts
and the late Paul Weimorts of
Ponce de Leon..
Grandparents of the bride-
elect are Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam L. Norton of Butler,
Alabama and the late Mr. and
Mrs. James Denton Mosley of
Lusk, Alabama.
Miss Norton is a graduate in
the School of Business at'
Livingston University in Liv-
ingston, Alabama.
Mr. Weimorts is presently
employed at Florida First
National Bank in Port St. Joe.


He is a graduate in the
of Business at Liv
University.
Marriage vows will
changed Saturday, Api
10:00 a.m., in Penn
Alabama, at the Trini
ed Methodist Church.
Friends and relative
invited through the me
the press.


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News. ..


from Port St. Joe
High School


by Ellen M. Henderson


Last Thursday the Girl's
Softball team held their first
softball game of the season
against Apalachicola. They
gained a victorious score of
24-17.
The new team members
consist of: Teresa Barber,
Dawn Bond, Tammy Bowen,
Kim Busken, Eunice Cham-
bers, Paula Coachman, Deb-
bie Dunigan, Sheila Farmer,
Kathleen Lyles, Barbara
Marshall, Dina Parker, Lisa
Ray, Stephanie Russ, Char-
Bailey. They are off to a
winning start and hopefully
they shall continue to be a
winning team throughout the
season.
Friday the St. Joe Singers
p. went to contest once again to
try and get a rating of one
T which is an excellent score.
Unfortunately, they were uns-
successful in doing so, instead
they received a rating of two.
Apparently the judges must
have gotten their signals
crossed because you and I
Know that the St. Joe Singers
of Port St. Joe High School are
the greatest.
Friday was also the day of
Special Olympics. The Special
Olympics is held annually for
Gulf Counties retarded citi-
zens and students of Special
Education classes. This event
provided good exercise and a
e School challenge to all who partici-
ingston pated.
Tuesday was the day that
be ex- many students had begun to
ril 14, at dread, but it finally rolled
ington, around anyway and they all
ty Unit- received both good and maybe
not so good report cards for
ves are the fourth six weeks.
dium of The annual Career Fair was
held yesterday in the high
.- school gymnasium. The event
Swas primarily for grades
10-12, students of Special
Education classes, and stu-
dents under the Work Experi-
tains the ence program.
ter as 10 The main purpose of the
Career Fair was to inform


students about the advantages
and disadvantages of certain
jobs, in so doing many people
of different occupations at-
tended this session for the
benefit of students.
Gulf County Pupil Progres-
sion Tests have been sche-
duled for the rest of this week
for grades seven through 10.
These tests help to build the
skills of students in reading,
writing and arithmetic before
they reach the eleventh grade
when they will be responsible
for passing the Functional


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Literacy Test.
Saturday is the big day for
the St. Joe Marching Sharks.
They will take a trip to Leon
High School in Tallahassee to
district contest. They will be
working hard to get a superior
rating of one. The band is
required to play two concert
collections and one standard
march and of course, they will
do a terrific job because that
is all they can do.
. Next week is the week that
many of us have been waiting
for, it is the week of spring
vacation. That means finally
you can do all the things you
have been wanting to do the
past couple of weeks, so live it
up!
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cott Circle. mor This
is a good buy..
Tired of paying ren iThis 2 ___is a good buy.
bedroom eon p lot' Room for a large family 4
with tfeWu lW rd can bdrm, 2 ba., living rm,
be bodyfojust $10,000.00. dining rm, large den, porch
520 3rd St. & utility area,' new roof.
Nice corner lot 1201 Palm
-- MEXICO BEACH --


Waterfront 4 bdrm, 2
bath completely remodel-
ed, new' cen. h&a, large
screen porch facing Gulf,
sells -completely furnished
including washer and dry-
er. A fine home with a
7 perfect view. 13th & U.S.
98.

New Listing Almost new
brick home on 2 lots. 3
bdrm. 2 ba, liv, rm w-stone
fireplace, dining area, en-
closed double garage, c-h&a
.carpeting thru-out. Well
' built, very reasonable utili-
ty bills. Grand Isle.

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

Nice corner lot quiet neigh-
borhood. Furnished 2 bdrm,
1 bath mobile home. Come
see what peace and quiet
can do for you. Georgia and
Tennessee.

-- ST. JOE
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. Corner
Alabama & Santa Anna.

Use your own final touches.
Partially finished 3 bdrm,
1%/ bath home, large living
rm, kitchen and family rm
combo, garage & utility rm.
On 75x100' cleared lot. Ad-
-joining corner lot may be
purchased with home. Cor-'
ner Americus & DeSota.
Remodeled 4 bdrm, 2 bath
home beautifu75x186'
lot. o tr o ail-
able ; new
Sroo ueMumnum win-
dows, large double carport,
; underground sprinkler.


5 acres M-L with DW Tif-
fancy MH, cen. h&a, car-
port, deep well & city water,
off 386A.

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.

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.

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.
Alabama Drive.
BEACH
Price reduced! Duplex
only 2/ blocks from the
beach. Excellent income
opportunity for interested
investor. Columbus St.
$22,800. Owner will accept
second mortgage as part
of the purchase price.

Just one house back from
beach on Gulf St. Two
bdrms, one bath, block
construction. Large glass-
ed in porch, newly paint-
ed. $21,000.
2 story home with lots of
charm on 50x75' lot. This
home could be made into a
showplace by talented buy-
er. Adjoining lot available,
50x175'. To sell separately
or together. Santa Anna just
off 98.


E. B. MILLER

REALTY

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.

INDIAN PASS
Almost new home quiet
location & close to beach.
3 bdrm, 2 bath, living rm,
dining area, cen. h&a,
covered carport w-utility
rm, 9x12' storage shed in-
cluded. Priced in mid 30's.


WHITE CITY

Approximately I and a
third acres of beautiful
land with good garden
space and large trees, 3
bdrms, 2 baths, with deep
well, air conditioner. $29,-
000.

1920 sq. ft. metal building
in excellent condition. On
100'x150' property. Selling'
below replacement cost.
$22,000.

Brick 3 bdrm, 2 bath home,
garage, chain link fence.
Low down payment, ar-
range own financing, seller
will take a 2nd mortgage.
$23,500.

Remodeled 4 bdrm, 2 bath
home on 1.6 acres. Living
rm, den w-fireplace, din-
ing area, eat-in kitchen,
utility rm, storage shed in
back. Located on Hwy 71.
$32,000. Terms, $6,000
down and owner will fi-
nanbce balance at 9 per
cent. .


WEWAHITCHKA

Modern 3 bdrm,.2 bath
brick home on 13/4 acres.
Over 3500 sq. ft. which in-
cludes beautiful 1 bdrm, 1
bath apt. which may be
used as .part of the main
.house to accommodate a
large family. Located at
the end of Tupelo St.,
priced in mid 50's.

Beautiful 2 year old- brick
home in fine location on /2
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.


BEACH LOTS
Waterfront lot now avail-
able St. Joe Beach. 70 ft.
Gulf frontage. End of Ponce
deLeon.

Commercial lots 90x190',
120x90' and 85x170' in Mexi-
co Beach Business Center.
Large commercial lot 275'
frontage on Hwy. 98, 320' on
canal strategic corner on
seagoing canal,

Between U. S. 98 and Gulf.
168' on water, 164' on high-
way, over 250 feet deep.
Prime investment at $42,-
000.00.


GULF AIRE

Have you taken a good look at this development? Excellent lots with view of
Gulf from $9,000.00. Reduced pre-development prices will expire soon. Stop
by and pick up plat map & price list anytime. Paved streets, street lights,
private beach and other extras add up to gracious living. Come see for
yourself.


648-5011

ELDON B. MILLER, REALTOR Associate Patty Miller

Associates -


Sherrie Zyski After Sandra Clenney

229-8494 Hours: 229-6310


After


Jim Clement


Hours: 648-5482


REAETAEIS.ORSAE-HEPD Automoes
S A __ _____ ____ ____
FORSAE oSal


. Assume loan with St. Joe
Papermakers Fed. Credit
Union. Partially remodeled
home in Highland View. In-
cludes brand new stove, re-
frig., hot water heater, new
custom-made cabinets and
vented heater. 2 lots, 50x140'
ea. Both fenced. 1 lot has
trailer hook-ups: Already
rented out. Helps make your
pymts. Big pear tree, separ-
ate pump. Also, house was
rewired in December. If
you're seriously interested,
please call 229-6612 for an
appointment to see 'this pro-
perty. 2t 3-8

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

House in Apalachicola. 3
bdrm brick ranch, family
room with fireplace, screened
in porch, adjoining lot is avail-
able. $43,000.00. 653-9885.
4tc 2-22



Everything we touch
turns to SOLD!!
3 bedroom dwelling. Very
good condition. FHA ap-
proved. Only $700.00 down
plus closing cost. Refrigera-
tor and stove included. Sell-
ing for FHA appraised
value.

Four bedroom, frame house
at 122 Robbins Avenue
priced at $11,000.00.

Large lot in highly restrict-
ed residential area on Mon-
ument Avenue.

HANNON INSURANCE
AGENCY
Frank Hannon, Broker
221 ReidAve.: 227-1133..
3tc 3-1


SEWING & ALTERATIONS
Specializing in the mature
woman and men's wear. For
that new Easter outfit, call
229-6154
4tc 3-8

LAWN MOWER REPAIR
SERVICE
Spring is here, get those
mowers repaired and ready
to make yard work easier.
Also repairs on outboard
motors. Free pick-up and
delivery:
Call 227-1783
4tc .3-.

Complete Wood Shop
Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Dolt Yourself?
Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hwy. 98 W. 227-1763
tfc 8-5
Call for
TRACTOR WORK
648-5873

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

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


Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?




For Cable TV
Installation In Port St. Joe J

Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone Compqny I
Business Office tfc 1-4


Garage Sale at Mexico
Beach, Saturday, Mar. 17, 9
til. 20th St. beside the water
tower. Bargains galore. Sev-
eral prom dresses, small
sizes.
Garage Sale: Fri. & Sat.,
from 9 until, 3 families, 525
10th St.

Fiberglass resin, 30' W.J.
shrimp net, doors and scallop
drags; '24' shrimp boat, 200
h.p. Johnson and rocket tan-
dem trailer, all new. 648-8250.
tfc 3-1

Garage Sale, 9 to 5, Satur-
day, 1904 Garrison Ave.

24' 1974 Coachman travel
trailer, roof a.c., awning, fully
.self contained; a 3-wheel bi-
cycle in good cond., $25.
648-5110, Mexico Beach Trail-
er Park. 3tp 3-15

To Give Away: 2 year old
buff and white Cocker Span-
iel. Good watch dog. Phone
227-1873 after 3:30. 2tp 3-15

No. 1 Drive In Theater
Apalachicola, Fla.
Friday-Saturday
March 16 and 17
OLIVER'S STORY
Taken from "LOVE STORY"
This ad admits driver of car
free, this movie.


Three year old, %7's grey
Arabian mare, green broke,
gentle. Phone 227-1278, 8-5;
227-1355 or 227-1768 after 5.

Garage Sale, Sat., March
17th, 9 a.m. until, weather
permitting. St. Joe Beach,
corner of Alabama Ave. &
Selma St. Selling furniture,
dishes, antiques, Avon, tools,
records, what nots, misc.
items and largest collection
of salt & pepper shakers
ever seen in this area. Call
648-8949, Wallace Tillery for
information. -ltp 3-15',

Used and new brick, call
648-5901. It 3-15


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

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.)


CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Septic Tank Cleaning


Phone 229-8007



SEARS IS AS CLOSE
YOUR TELEPHO


ROGERS NURSERY
Wewahitchka, Fla.
Tomato plants, pepper plants
and egg plants. 7 varieties
of tomato. Call 639-2600.
3tp 3-8

Two 13" A-60 tires and mag
rims, new, $90. 203 Duval St.
ltp 3-15


Ladies Exercise Class
Monday 10 a.m. CST
Rustic Sands Club House
Mexico Beach
$10 per mo.
Call 648-5659


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

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


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

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

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


MUST SELL I
Liquidation ol ne all steel buildings
40x72x14 11.93 per sq. ft. I
60xl08xl5 12.19 per sq. fl I
Call Collect 1-904-387-2889 I
Century Steel Buildings


"Work teaches work."
Indian proverb


Griffin's Refrigeration &
Air Conditioning Repair
All Types Appliance Repair
Heating & Cooling Contractor
Electrical Contractor
Authorized GE & Hotpoint
Service
Phone 229-8586


SHARPENING
Tools, Saws, Knives,
Scissors
112 First Street, H.V.
Call 229-6552
8tp 2-8
LEWIS FLOOR CLEANING
All Types
.229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 9-20


tfc 11-30 Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday 4:00P.M. EST
RE AS St. James Episcopal Church


NE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


Need A Reasona
Building Contrac
Call Gene Dani
229-6936



I Lawn & Gardening
Feed Lawn Mo'
Small Engine Rej
Economy Motor
Garden Cente
301 Hwy.98 H.
229-6001.
tf


The Gulf County CETA Pro-
gram has positions open as an
Interviewing Clerk at the
Florida State Employment
Service Office. Mr. Jim Bell,
Florida State Employment
Specialist, will interview ap-
plications and make a selec-
tion.
Application can be obtained
at the Gulf County CETA
Office at 411 Reid Ave. Appli-
cation must meet CETA quali-
fications.

POSITION AVAILABLE
Gulf County Senior Citizens
Association is accepting ap-
plications for the position of
Project Director. Job descrip-
tion, qualifications and appli-
cation may be obtained upon
request by writing P. 0. Box
248, Port St. Joe, Florida, or


calling 229-8181.


Painter needed to pa
terror of house in M
Beach, Phone Panama
785-0509.






LOST: Male Siberia
ky from Mexico Beac
Black and white, w
leather collar, answ
"Bud". Contact I
Beach Police Dept. Re


3 bdrm unfurnished 1
Mexico Beach. Lease
age deposit required.
Panama City 785-0509.

Beautiful Spanish
12x65' furnished mobile
.2 bdrm, 1% bath, av
WMarch 29: Come to Ski
Campsites, Hwy C-30.


For Rent: Office and stor-
age space. Phone 648-5901.
It 3-15

3 bdrm, unfurnished home
in Mexico Beach, lease and
damage deposit required.
Phone Panama City, 785-
0509. 2tc 3-8


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


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

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


Why live in the ci
able 'city? Move your mobile
etor? to peace, quiet and
els quality. Water, garbage
tions, yard mowed, li
5tp 3-1 surely. Gulf privileges
VA approved mobil
park in Gulf Count:
Needs Breeze Meadows Traile
wer & 9 miles southeast of P
pairs Joe on Hwy: C-30. Cor
rs & and enjoy the quiet. Ca
tr 6105.
V.


v.

C 4-28


kills bugs for
up to six month
and saves you about S 100
in costly pest control srvek
Use of Sprayer free
purchase of Rid-A-B
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe Flori


Anyone knowing the where-
abouts of Mrs. Ruth Jeffery
please contact Mrs. Green, 6
,Wintergreen Dr. West, Mel-
ville, NY 11747. 2t 3-15


at." There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
S Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M.,
every first and third Thursday
at 8:00 p.m.
J. L. SIMS, W.M.
ths, J. P. Cooley, Sec.
Y@Oy R.A.M.-Regular convoca-
tion of St. Joseph Chapter No.
with 56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
3ug days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-
CO. panions welcome.
E. E. WEEKS, H.P.
da E. William McFarland, Sec.


75 Chevrolet, longwheel
base pickup, 350 eng., power
brake, auto trans. Call 227-
1234. tfc 2-22

1966 Cadillac sedan Deville,
4 dr., good cond., $700 or best
offer. 648-5332.
tfc 1-18

1974 Ford 1 ton truck V-8,
auto. trans., air, power steer-
ing & brakes, AM-FM stereo
with CB radio, cruise control;
auxiliary gas tank & camper
shell, extra clean. Can be seen
at 301 Reid Ave. from 9 to 5:30
or 110 Sunset Circle after store
hours. 227-1813. 2tc 3-15



90.Op


Real Estate Opportunity ,
2t 3-15 CAN YOU SELL?
Your own full-time business,
iint ex- Real Estate, right in this area..
Mexico National company, establish-
a. City, ed in 1900, largest in its field.
2tp 3-15 (Unlicensed? We give exam
guidance.) All advertising, all
- signs, forms, supplies furnish-.
ed. Professional Training and'
Instruction given for rapid:
development from Start to
$ucce$$. Nationwide adver-
n Hus- tising brings Buyers from:
h area. Everywhere. Can you Quali-
earing fy? You must have initiative,
ers to excellent character (bond-
Mexico able), sales ability, be finan-
eward. cially responsible. Commis
2tp 3-8 sion-volume opportunity for'
man, woman, couple or team
That Can Sell. Information
- without obligation.
STROUT REALTY, INC.
Reg. Broker
P. 0. Box 894-C
home in Casselberry, FL 32707
& dam- It 3-8 & 3-29
& dam- -
Phone Oyster bar & flea market
3tp 3-15 business. Real good location.
Could be a real money maker.
design Would consider trade for any-
e home,, thing-good lease on property;
Available Other interest reason for sale'
Breeze Call Bill Corbin, Sr., 674-5055,*
2t 3-15 Blountstown. trc 12-7


Enter the glamorous, ex-
citing World of Fashion!
Own a highly profitable,
Ladies Fashion, or Jean and
Casual wear shop, featuring
130 nationally known brands.
Everything provided for $17,-
900. Open YOUR store in a
few weeks! Call COLLECT
(904) 764-7612 for EXT. 6.
Itp 3-8



Public Notices


NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
TO: All Interested Insurance Compan-
ies and-or Agents
SUBJECT: Employee Group Hospitali-
zation, Surgical-Medical and Ma.
ior Medical Insurance; Employee
Group Life and Accidental Death
and Dismemberment Insurance
You are invited to submltt written
proposals, using bid specifications which
are to be secured in the office of Super-
intendant. Gulf County School Board,
Courthouse, Port St. Joe. Florida 32456.
It is the intention of the School Board
to bid a contract for a 36-month period.
Plese indicate any exception to this on
bottom of your rate page.
It will be the responsibility of the pro-
poser to deliver or mail the proposal to
the office of GULF COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD, PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA.-
32456, on or before March 30, 1979%
Envelopes should be marked:
SEALED BID-EMPLOYEE
GROUP INSURANCE
The School Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
2t3-15
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, at Its regular meeting
on April 10, 1979, at 9:00 A.M., E.S.T., In
the County Commissioners Room at Gulf
County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, will consider the adoption of an
ordinance with the following title:
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING
THE OPERATION OF MOTOR VE.
HICLES ON CERTAIN PUBLIC
BEACHES IN GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR EX-
CEPTIONS; PROVIDING FOR
PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
OR PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT HEREWITH; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Dated this 13th day of March, 1979.
Board of County Commissioners,
Gulf County, Florida,
-s- Billy Branch, Chairman
Attest: George Y. Core, Clerk
2t3.15
PUBLIC NOTICE
The U.S. Department of the Interior,
Bureau of Land Management will hold a.
public scoping meeting regarding Pro-
posed Outer Continental Shelf Sale No.
62 (OIl and Gas Leases In the Gulf of
Mexico), at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 20,
1979. The meeting will be held In the
Language Arts Auditorium, Gulf Coast
Community College, Highway 98. Pa-
nama City, Florida. 2t3.8






Some say it's best to plant
potatoes on starry nights.


1829 Hwy. 98 MEXICO BEACH

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


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THURSDAY, MAR. 15, 1979 PAGE SEVEN


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1979 SHARK BASEBALL TEAM: Kneeling, left to right, Freddie Woullard, Colbert, coach, Ronald Miller, Tim Beard, Kevin Watts, Steve Peak,
Charles Gathers, Ashley Abrams, Tim Stutzman, David Fowler, Kevin Castledara Gant, Chuck Pollock, Blaine Cox and Jim Belin, coach.
Roberson, Alan Sisk and Richard Parker, manager. Standing, from left: Kesley -Star photo


tw *-

Woullard Pitches No-Hiter as



Watts Gets Grand Slam Homer


The baseball Sharks lost a
tough one against 3-A Leon in
the opener of the Florida High
Invitational Tournament
Thursday night in Tallahassee
at the FSU stadium.
The Sharks jumped into the
lead scoring three runs in the
top of the second inning. The
first two runs came off walks
as the Leon pitcher walked
five in a row. Then, Allen Sisk
drove in another with a single
up the middle.
Leon went right to work
scoring two in the top of the
second, one in the third, the
go-ahead run in the fourth and
an insurance run in the sixth.
David Fowler was the losing
pitcher with Freddie Woullard
coming on in relief in the
sixth. Jimmy Yates was the
winning pitcher for Leon.
The Sharks traveled back to
,jallahassee Friday to take on
another 3-A team, Rickaids
After getting off to a slug-
gish start, they found them-
selves behind 5-0 after two and
a half innings of play..
The' Sharks saw the hand-
writing on the wall and
bounced back with two runs in
the bottom of the third. Tim
Beard led off with a single,
Kevin Watts got on base off an
error; then three successive'
walks scored each.
The team didn't let it lie
long. They' went right back to
work in the fourth inning,
scoring three times as they
sandwiched, two key hits
around three bases on balls to
tie the game at 5-5.
The big blows were a triple
by Steve Peak for two RBI's
and a wild pitch by the
Rickards' pitcher scoring
Peak and tying the game.
The game remained knotted
at five-all through regulation
play, forcing an extra inning.
Kevin Watts led off in the
bottom of the eighth, getting
on base by an error. He was
then advanced to second on a
sacrifice bunt by David Miller
and later got in scoring
position off a wild pitch. Chuck
Pollock sent the fans home
happy as he laced an 0-1 pitch
up the middle for the game
winning hit, scoring Watts.
The win against Rickards
evened the Sharks' season at
two wins against two losses.
Steve Peak went the dist-


ance, not allowing a run after
the third, as he picked up his
second win of the young
season. Six hits were register-
ed by the Sharks: Tim Beard
and Chuck Pollock got two
each; Steve Peak and David
Fowler, one each.
SMASH TIGERS
Freddie Woullard made his
pitching debut in style Tues-
day, pitching a no-hitter
against the Chipley Tigers on
their home turf. In fashioning
the no-hitter he gave up two
walks and struck out 11
hitters. One error was regis-
tered by the Sharks, allowing
only three Tigers to reach
base during the 9-0 win.
The Sharks' first runs came
in the fourth inning as Allen
Sisk walked, Castledera Gant
doubled and Tim Beard was
walked, loading the bases.
This set the 'stage for, a
dramatic grand slam ,home
run by Kevin Watts, making
the score at the end of four


innings, 4-0.
'The Sharks struck again in
the fifth. David Fowler led off
with a single and Chuck
Pollock, Allen Sisk and Ashley
Abrams were sent to base with
walks scoring the first run.
Castledera Gant was then hit
by a pitch providing the
second score. Tim Beard hit
into a fielder's choice for the
third run. Watts added an-
other off a single and Freddie
Woullard aided his cause with
a sacrifice fly capping the
scoring for the game.
Watts carried the big stick
for the Sharks, getting four
hits out of five times at bat.
Mark Scott was the losing
pitcher for the Chipley Tigers.
UPCOMING GAMES
The Sharks' next play will
be Thursday in Wewahitchka
at 4:00 and Friday in Talla-
hassee against Florida High at
4:00, for the -Sharks' first
conference game. All times
are Eastern.


Pat Patterson, left, production manager
of the St. Joe Paper Company Container
Division, congratulates Clifton Yates, center,
on his retirement from the firm last
Thursday. Yates has been with the company


Baseball

Try-Outs In

11/2 Weeks
Tryouts for the 1979 Dixie
League Baseball teams will be
held on the 26th, 27th, and 28th
of March. Tryouts will start at
5:00 p.m. sharp each day and
will be held on the little league
park. between Eighth and
Tenth Streets.
All boys and girls must
attend at least two tryouts.
A baseball glove will be
needed for tryouts.


for 26. years. Plant manager, Floye Brewton,
right, said, "We regret to lose Clifton because
he has been an excellent worker with a
superior attendance record at the plant."
-Star photo


Dixie Youth Sign-Up

Extended to March 23
Recreation Director Allen said all boys should
Fred Allen said this week take the new deadline for
that registration of boys to signing up into considera-
play in the Dixie Youth tion and get their names
League this year has been and birth certificates in
extended to March 23. before next Friday, March
Allen said the deadline 23.
for registration, set for A birth certificate or
today, has been extended other proof of birth will be
due to the Spring Holidays, needed to register. A $10
which will put many of the registration fee is required
prospects out of town on at this time. For further
vacation, information, call 229-6119.


Paper Companies Having


Golf Tournament Sat.


The Great Southern Paper
and subsidiaries will match'
their golfing team skills with
the St. Joe Paper and subsi-
diaries golf team on Saturday,
March 17 at 9:00 a.m. on the
beautiful winding water lakes
of the St. Joseph's Bay Coun-
try Club.
These two teams have been
in a battle for the past three or
four years, each claiming they
are the best. There will be
approximately 20 to 25 golfers
from each team. The point
system with handicap will
determine the best score.
Each player will be shooting
for the longest drive, closest to
the pin, most pars, most
birdies, and most points.
Prizes will be awarded to the
winners.
A lunch buffet will be served
to all players at noon.


The ancient Greeks tried
to make rain by dipping
oak branches in viater.


Any member that has not
signed up and would like to
play, please call the club pro
shop.

"If we make an error,
we pay the penalty.
And the interest.






Henry W. Block
H&R Block preparers are care-
fully trained. But if we should
ever make an error that costs
you additional tax, you pay only
the tax. Block pays any penalty
and interest. We stand behind
our work. That's another reason
why we should do your taxes...
whichever form you use, short
or long.

H&R BLOCK
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Port St. Joe, Fla.
Office Hrs: 8:30-5, M-Sat.
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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 15, 1979


Rotary Given Pitch for Running


INVESTMENT
Smart investors always seek the
greatest dividends for their invest-
ment so here's a tip for you. A
small investment of your time in
:regular check-ups by your family
doctor can result in the most preci-
ous dividend of all. good health.
Don't gamble with your health .
Invest in your future. Make an ap-
pointment for a physical examina-
tion now.
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BUZZETT'S
DRUG STORE
-Ph. 229-8771 317 Williams

Special

*Olympics
The 1979 Special Olympics
;Was held on Friday, March 9
Sat the Pott St. Joe High School
.football field. There were 40
-participants from special edu-
-cation programs in Port St.
__Joe and Wewahitchka.
'Events included a tug-of-
:'was, softball throw, standing
broad jump, and 50 yard dash.
'.Winners of the Gulf County
competition will go on to
'participate in the district
:Special Olympics at Tyndall
eAir Force Base next month.


Jogging, or running has
taken over the nation in force
and Rick Lamberson, a mem-
ber of the St. Joseph bay Road
Runners club told the Rotary
Club last Thursday of the


I TIDES

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


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These two teams pull hard in a tug of war at the Special Olympics


Ray MeDaniell lets fly in the softball throw


Walter Seabrook tries hard in the high jump
-Star photos


Presbyterians Plan for Lent


The First Presbyterian
kthurch announces a program
of Lenten and Easter sermons
:and activities throughout the
month of April. The subjects
of the pastor's sermons are as
follows:
March 18, "The Great Refu-.
sal"; March 25, "The Road to
the Cross"; April 'i, The
'sacrament of the Lord's Sup-
per will be observed; April 8,


Palm Sunday service. The
sermon subject is "Enter God
When we Open the Door";
April 15, Easter Sunday, the
sermon subject is "The Emp-
ty Tomb and Its Message";
April 22, guest preacher Rev.
John Stuart, pastor of the Fair
Oaks Presbyterian Church of
Oak Park, Ill.; April 29, "The
Paradoxes of Jesus". This will
be the final service of Wicker-


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sham's as interim minister;
April 12, a family night supper
will be enjoyed at 6:30 p.m.
The women of the church will
present the program.
All Sunday services in the'
Presbyterian Church at Port
St. Joe are at 10:00 a.m. and in.
the Wewahitchka church serv-
vices are at 11:00 CST.
Rev. Raymond G. Wicker-
sham, interim minister, will
conclude his term of service in
these two churches on April
30. He has served these
churches since October 1,
1978. While here he and Mrs.
Wickersham are living at
Mexico- Beach.
The.Session of the churches
is in touch with ministers who
may be interested in this area

IN MEMORIAL
Our loving mother and
grandmother Mrs. Annie Bell
Lowery.
A year ago she went away'to
heaven we know because she
prayed. We cannot say, and
we will not say that she is
dead, she is just away with a
beautiful smile and a wave of
the hand she left us dreaming
how very fair her needs must
be since she lingers here.
And you, oh you who the
wildest year for an old-time
step. And the glad returns
think of her faring of as dear
of here.
Think of her still as the
same I say; she is not dead,
she is just away. In memory of
the passing of our dear sweet
mother, a year she has been
gone March 16, 1978 and we
still feel alone without her.
Sadly missed by her
daughter, Nether L.
Franklin,
Two sons, Robert Low-
ery III and Kloskia
Lowery
Her grandchildren,
Demitre, Robert IV,
Robbin, Jabbar, Na-
keesha and Jamara.


as pastor. It is hoped that by
the time Wickersham leaves,
an announcement may be
made that a call has been
extended and a minister has
accepted the call.
A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to those in these
communities who do not have
a local church home to attend
and become members.

"Life is a jigsaw puzzle with
most of the pieces missing."
Anonymous


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craze here in Port St. Joe.
Lamberson said most peo-
ple run for one of three
reasons: exercise, lack of pep
and just because it is fun to
run.
Lamberson said research
has shown that running three
miles, three times a week,
cuts heart attack possibilities
by 65 percent. He said there is
no known case of heart attack
to a distance runner.
In making his case, Lam-
berson said a person gains a
pound of fat and replaces a
half pound of muscle tone with
fat each year after he reaches
the age of 25, if he doesn't do
something to reverse the
problem.
Locally, Lamberson said
people from age of five to 56
have joined the club members
in their fun runs during the
week. "The good thing about
running, is that everyone can
do it". He said an older person


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begins to run 'in earnest. "A ally get into running", Lan
good way to start, is by berson said.


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announces the opening of his offices
MONDAY, MARCH 5
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(Across from Radio Shack)
OFFICE HOURS:
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. TH1USDAY, MAR. 15, 1979


T-he Gulf County School personnel matters:
Bdard met in regular session Accept letter of retirement
or february 6 at 5:30 p.m.,/ from Martha Lanier from
with the following members Wewahitchka Elementary
present: Fred Greer, Chair- School; appoint Daniel Gatlin
*man; Paul Sewell; Gene Raf- as Band Director at Wewa-
fiqld; J.K. Whitfield; Waylon hitchka High School for the
Graham. 1978-79 school year; appoint
The Superintendent was Elizabeth Brake as county-
. present. wide courier under CETA;
T e meeting was opened appoint Geraldine Williams as
with invocation by Sewell, and Assistant Lunchroom Mana-
followed by the Pledge of ger at Wewahitchka Elemen-
Allegiance. tary School; appoint Edna
On motion and second, all Strange, Riuby Lee Farmer,
v'oTed Yes to approve the Earnest Weeks to the custo-
minutes of January 9, 1979 and dial department; approve
January 17, 1979. transfer of Marlene Whitfield
A plaque was presented to from Port St. Joe High School
Mai-tha Lanier'by J. K. Whit- to Wewahithcka Elementary
field in appreciation of her School; appoint Betty Hus-
cofiscientious dedication dur- band as Principal Designee at
in g:her tenure with the Gulf Wewahitchka Elementary
County School System. This School;
plpaue was presented upon Gulf County Community
Mrs. Lanier's recent retire- Services Committeeman Se-
meMt. well recommended Frederick
i n motion ands..econd, the Allen as Director of the Port
d nanimusy approved St. Joe area division. On
tEdicaUtio Sp c ifications motion and second, all voted
;0 iWMeahitchka Elementary Yes.
Swokl C opies were presented On motion and second, the
toach ineember. board unanimously approved
S ie board discussed- the the Gulf County Classroom
proposal on hospitalization Teachers' Bargaining Agree-
injxrance. On rtecommenda- meant. Copies are on file in the
ti( `of the Supei-intendent, Superintendent's office.
m ion and second, all voted Stperintendent's Report
Y, to re-bid this insurance. Report on Recreation Pro-
fte Board Architect met gram activities was presented
w the board to discuss to the board.
r phty-wide construction mat- On motion and second, the
tep now in progress. The board unanimously approved
matters of discussion were the time deposit bids as follows:
R*ovation of Port St. Joe Florida First National
Elemeentary School and the Bank, $304,561.64 at 7.78 per-
Afl.o Mechanics Facility at cent interest, and Florida
W6wahitchka High School. First National Bank,
On motion- and second; all $48,000.00 at 8.0000 percent
vd.d Yes that the amount of interest. Copies of all bids are
liquilation damages to be on file in the Superintendent's
assessed against Kolmetz office.
Construction Company would The Superintendent. discus-
be$2,000.00. sed insurance premium rates.
~i recommendation of the Discussed purchase of three
Stfperintendent, motion and new school buses to be pur-
second, the board unanimous- chased under a 237.161 loan.
ly pproved the following The Superintendent present-


f ike-A-Thon Chairmen


named for.Cystic Fibrosis

,The Florida Chapter of the player in the world, Chris
C-stic Fibrosis Foundation Evert.
has announced the appoint- Miss Evert, a native of
m4nt of its chairmen for the -Florida, offered her assist-
amiual Bike-A-Thons in Gulf ance with the Bike-A-Thon
C Grdon, President of the Flor- there are approximately 1000
idi- Chapter. Mrs. Shirley .children in Florida who suffer
Williams for Highland View from cystic fibrosis.
anB Mrs. Margaret Ray for "One out of every 1600
Oak. Grove will conduct se- babies born in Florida will
palate Bike-A-Thons in their have cystic fibrosis" Miss
respective communities to Evert explained. "The Bike-A-
help publicize and raise funds Thons in each of these com-
for the most serious lung munities provide hope for a
disease of children, cystic cure".
fibrosis; The Cystic Fibrosis Founda-
The honorary chairwoman tion currently funds five CF
foF this year's Bike-A-Thon clinics inFlorida; Gainesville,
program in Florida is the Pensacola, Orlando, Miami
number one women's tennis and Jacksonville.


Bowlin#


Wa Net
Wednesday Night League
The Wednesday night ladies
league met on March 7 with
the' following results: '
The Play Girls and Beach
Beauty Salon met on lanes one
arid-two and the Beauty Salon
came away with a four game
sweep. Mary Whitfield was
high bowler for the Beauty
Shop team with a 467 series.
Susie White led the Play Girls
wfth a 385 series.
Williams Alley Kats and
Ftorida Bank met and each
woin two games. Peggy Hea-
cck paced the Alley Kats with
a 365 series. Jo O'Barr was
higli bowler for the Bank with
a 435 series.
Murphy's and Renfro's met
andE each won two games.
T1mily Pate rolled a 452 series
for.'Renfro's. Joyce Monroe
piged Murphy's with a 428
series.
S. Joe Furniture won four
games from Nash Seafood.
Brenda Mathes rolled a 447
series for the Furniture team.
Dijne W. was high bowler for
tlie Seafood team with a 399
series.
Standings W.... L..
FIE Bank 75% 20%
S(. ioe Furn. 73 23
Alley Kats 66 30
Bell. Beauty Salon 59% 36%
Murphy's 49 47
Renfro's 34 62
NWsh Seafood 18 78
Play Girls 9 87 .
, Vrhursday Night League
Ragdolls won three games


ed a ,Resolution regarding
assaults upon school person-
nel and Florida Statute
236.081.
The board will officially
recognize the following:
March 4 10, 1979 as Student
Services Week, February 12 -
16, 1979 as Volunteer Week.
On motion and second, the
board unanimously approved
blanket Easement with Gulf
Coast Electric Cooperative.
The Superintendent was di-
rectedW, ek the services of a
CPA fof audit of internal
accounts,
On motion and second, the
board dAirected the Superin-
tenden? to accept the lowest
and be:t bids on frozen and
processed foods for the lunch-
rooms. .
Reported that the deep fryer


from Smith's Shell. Marian
Deeson led Ragdolls with a 179
game and a 441 series. Cathy
Blackburn (sub.) bowled a 138
game and a 396 series for
Smith's Shell.
Telephone Co. won four
games from Bowen's Cow
Girls. Cathy Martin rolled a
193 game and a 449 series for
Telephone Co. Marguerite
Scheffer bowled a 130 game
and a 345 series for Cow Girls.
Cathy Martin picked up a
4-7-9-10 split. Gloria Bragdon
picked up a 2-7-10 split.
Pepsi Cola took three games
from Wonder Bar. Jo O'Barr
(sub.) bowled a 171 game and
a 440 series for Pepsi Cola.
Trudy Pate led Wonder Bar
with a 186 game and a 469
series.
Highland View Motors won
four games from Surefoots.
Barbara Mongold led H.V.
Motors with a 196 game and a
450 series. Nett Henderson
rolled a 169 game and a 464
series for Surefoots.
Standings W....L..
H.V. Motors 83% 12
Pepsi Cola 64% 31
Telephone Co. 56 40
Ragdolls 43 53
Surefoots 42% 53
Wonder Bar 37 58
Cow Girls 32 64
Smith's Shell 25 71


Edward D. Johnson


In Mediterranean Sea


MINUTES

of the


Board of Public Instruction
S! -. : *'


Navy 'forpedoman's Mate
Seaman Apprentice Edward
D. Johnson, son of Robert L.
and Doris V. Johnson of 131
Bellamy Circle, Port St. Joe,
is participating in the com-
bined U.S. Italian naval
exercise "National Week
XXVI-Sardinia 79" in the
central Mediterranean Sea.
His ship received the Battle
Efficiency Award for the
fiscal year of 1978.
He is a crewmember
aboard the guided missile
cruiser USS Albany, operat-
ing from Gaeta, Italy.
The week-long exercise
began February 26 and in-
volves over 50 ships and
almost 300 aircraft. Land

had been installed at Port St.
Joe Elementary School.
A Blue Ribbon Panel of
legislators will visit the county
on February 14 on manage-
ment procedures.
Discussed problems with
seniors who failed course .on
Problems of American Demo-
cracy.


based aircraft support is
being provided by West Ger-
many, the United Kingdom,
Italy and U.S. Air Forces in
Europe.
"National Week" is de-
signed to test naval warfare
techniques in a multi-threat
air, surface ship, submarine
and, amphibious warfare en-
vironment. The joint exer-
cise includes an amphibious
landing in southern Sardinia
by Italian Navy and Marine
Units combined with U.S.
Sixth Fleet amphibious for-
ces, including the 32nd Ma-
rine Amphibious Unit.
A 1977 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, Johnson
joined the Navy in August
1977.


tulates Lewis W. Tyre of Blountstown upon
his retirement. Mr. Tyre has been an
employee of St. Joe Paper Company since
1952, and was a equipment operator at the
time of his retirement. -Star photo


Retiring from SJPC

Robert L. Johnson, Woodyard Superin-
tendent of St. Joe Paper Company, congra-


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Dr. Wesley Grace receives siuo
from Mrs. Maurice Hildbold.


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Mrs. Maurice Hildbold, left, awards a
hundred dollar check to Mrs. John Williams.


Mrs. Maurice Hildbold presents
Mrs. L. Z. Henderson with $100.


Mrs. James Kelley is another $
in Piggly Wiggly's Cash King


$100.00
CASH
KING
WINNERS


Elizabeth McCulley, left, and Mary
Washington display their $100 bills


100 'winn
contest.'
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KING
You Could Win Up To
$1,000 In Cash!


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Swift Premium
Club Steak........Lb. $1.89
S Bone-In Swift Prem. Beeft
SChuck Steak.......Lb. $1.59
Swift Premium
Canned Ham.... 3 Lb. Can $6.49


TVLK BI 65 69
BMILK BISCUITS 65ct 69c


CINNAMON ROLLS 8ct
TV Chilled
ORANGE JUICE 4 z.
Sargenlo Shredded
CHEDDAR CHEESE 8m.
Sargento Shredded 8 oz.
MOZZARELLA CHEESE


. Garlic, Smoke witr onion. Onion,
Plain, Hot or Smoked Kralt Bar-U-Qu

SSAUCE


18 OZ.


59C
S155
S129
S129


1 6I 4 orMr
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$1.99
$1.69
Lb. 69


5lb.
b,68
lb.38c


Swilt premium
Sirloin Steak..... Lb.
Cut into Rib Eyes, approx wt. 15 lbs.
Beef Rib Sale..... Lb.
Fresh
Beef Liver ........


Frozen Cut Corn, Mix Vegetables,
or Green Peas
Good Value Vegetable c
POLY BA 20oz 69
TV Shoestring 20 oz. 450
FROZEN POTATOES 4


Frozen
EGGO WAFFLES
TV Frozen Whipped
TOPPING


oz.69


All Purpose
RED POTATOES
Small Fancy
YELLOW SQUASH


Fancy Cello Red A 'Sl1
DELICIOUS APPLES bg10


Mild Medium
YELLOW ONIONS


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Item Size Brand Brand SaSize Brand rand SaIe Brand BrandSave
8 oz. Macaroni & Cheese Liquid
TOMATO SAUCE 171 25 80 DINNERS 7.5. 190 35 16 DETERGENT 32oz. 390 4 1
Light Devil Food, Yellow or Automatic 50 oz.
GRATED TUNA .oz. 59, 770 18 Wh(EIe 450 74' 290 DISH DETERGENT $1-' 660
16 oz. Strawberry 81Canned
CREAM CORN 28" 41 13 PERSERVES 2b. $91 $10 DOG FOOD isoz. 171 250 80


Ovyen Fresh Only at Piggly Wiggly

BREAD
HOT DOG BUNS WEINER ROLLS
BROWN & SERVE ROLLS


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none sold to dealers


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