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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: April 12, 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 32 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1979


Holy Week Features Good Friday, Easter Sunrise


Port St Joe's Ministerial Association
has planned a full week end of holy week
activities for worship in the community,
beginning with Friday services with the
Seven Last' Words of Jesus. from the

' The Good Friday services- will, be
held' in *the First-United Methodist
Church auditorium beginning at 11:30
a.m., and continuing through 3:00 p.m. A
'different minister will be speaking each
half hour on the several words.
* The speakers, in order of appear-
ance, will be:

AWant Farm ExperienE


11:30 a.m., Rev. Johnie McCurdy,
the first word, "Father forgive them, for
they know not what they do," Luke 23:34. '
12:00 noon, Rev. Sidney Ellis, second
word, "Today thou shalt be with Me in
paradise." Luke 23:43.
12:30 p.m., Rev. J.' C. Odum, the
third word, "Woman behold thy Son."
John 19:26.
1:006. p.m., Rev. Bill Heaton, the
fourth word, "My God, My God, why hast
- Thou forsaken me." Matthew 27:46.
1:30 p.m., Rev. Ernest Barr, the fifth
word, "I thirst". John 19:28.


2:00 p.m., Rev. Otis Stallworth, the
sixth word, "It is finished". Johni 19:30.
2:30 p.m., Father Fausto Stampiglia,







SER ICES
the seventh word, "Father, unto Thy
hands I commend My spirit." Luke 23:46.


Everyone' is invited to attend all or
any portion of the three-hour service.
EASTER SUNRISE
The Christian community of Port St.
Joe will greet Easter Sunday morning
with sunrise worship in the high school
football stadium at 6:30 a.m. The special
worship will also be sponsored by the
Ministerial Association.
As the sun comes up on the morning
of the Resurrection, the high school band
will play the prelude, followed by a call to

praise musical by Jerome Cartier.


Rev. J. C. Odum, pastor of Long
Avenue Baptist Church will give the
invocation and lead in repeating the
Lord's prayer. Rev. William Touchton,
pastor of the Highland View Church of
God will lead in the responsive scripture
reading. Rev. Larry Wells, pastor of
First United Pentecostal Church will
read the scripture. Rev. William Smith,
pastor of Beach Baptist Chapel will lead
in the morning prayer. Jerome Cartier,
minister of music and youth of Long
Avenue Baptist Church will lead the
congregational singing and bring a


message in song just prior to the sermon.
The Easter message will be deliver-
ed by Rev. Jerry Baker, pastor of
Highland View Baptist Church.
The benediction will be pronounced
by Rev. Hugh Daniel, pastor of Faith
Bible Church.
The sunrise service will be of an
interdenominational nature and all faiths
are urged and invited to attend.
In case of inclement weather, the
services will be held in the High School
Coliseum.


Farmers Want Input



In Agent Selection

The Gulf- County' Commis- 50,000 acres of it. We hope you during the hour and a quarter
silo has run into its own local keep turning down applicants of discussion when he said,
variety of a farmer's revolt, until we find the man we need "We're interested in getting a


Even before they have g for a .some farmers, appointed ona .County, no matter who he
tenplacement ofor retlooking committee to sit down with the might be. We'll be looking for
Agricultural Agent Cubie County Commission to help' your suggestions in the matter
Laird, the Commission had a
group of Gulf County farmers
dissatisfied with the criteria "Have a lot of farming here . . .
which has been handed them
by the state as to. require- 50,000 acres of it . . . We hope'.
, ments which the new, County
.Agent mustmeet.Thefarmer OU . . . find the man we need
group, ledby Joe Rowland and and o Bozem n
Clyde Bozemaf of Wewa- and want" Bozeman
hitchka felt the new agent ________
should have more practical
farming knowledge rather find the man we need." and expect to base our deci-
than be steeped -in book Nathan Peters of Port St. sion based on all segments of
knowledge. The requirements' Joe suggested to the Commis- the county who will need the
for the new agent are that he sion that "you consider hiring services of a County Agent.
have a masters' degree in local people. I offer the name The state, which pays for
. agrrcultureandythathe.prefer-i -of Roy Collins as a-iocal man -"hch of the Agriculture Agebt
' ably, have prior experience with a master degree in expenses has set, out their
as a county agent . agriculture. I had a long talk requirements for a new man.
Rowland told the Board, ,wifh him and was td1d he The farmers have said what.
"We need to be sure our new wouldn't want the job unless they wanted. Now, all the
man has certain qualifica- the farmers would accept County Commission has to do
tions. If he has experience and him." is come up with a man (or
is willing he can really help Collins is the agriculture woman, as it was pointed out)
our farmers. The require- teacher at Wewahitchka High who can meet afl these
ments are that he have a School. ' requirements.
master's degree. We feel he
qualifications should read Commissioner Doug Bir-
"prefer" and not "require" .. mingham said, "There is no
. that the new agent have the vacancy here yet. The state Coroner Rules -
master's degree. We have---:isn't been advised by us to
strong feeling the new man start looking for a man, but Excess of Alcoh
should have' a farm back- apparently they are. We're
ground above all." looking, for a man who can According to Sheriff Ken
elh.]J tha f.JL p


Bozeman added, "We need a
man who can work with and
for the people effectively. We
have big farmers here in this
county who will be calling on
this man. We have a lot of
farming here now - nearly


eitectively; help. mthe farmer,
the gardener and the horticul-
turists in our county."
Commissioner-James Gort-
man summed up the feelings
expressed by all the Commis-
sion at one time or other


Murphy, an autopsy report oe
Dr. Ralph Monaco, Patholo-
gist for the .14th Judicial
Circuit, reveals that' John
Henry Jackson's death was
attributed t'o an excess of
alnh li in thi bndv.


S" . addition, which will be a replica of the original Constition Hall, where Florida's
M useu im Expanstio in B e Tins first constitution was signed back in 1838. The addition.is practically on the
same site as the original building where the document was drawn up, over 140
Workmen began construction of the addition to Constitution Museum here years ago.
in Port St. Joe last week; the result of nearly two years of work by the St. After the building is finished, it will be furnished with manikins and other
Joseph Historical Society to get the project started. replicas of the original signing scene.
Monday morning, the walls for the new addition were on their way up, as Construction of the building is scheduled to take three months, but a delay
shown above in this staff photograph, on steel delivery is expected to delay this time schedule by about four weeks.
An appropriation of $80,000 has been set aside by the state, to build the - -Star photo

. Commission Asks for Legality Ruling
Man Died from ..

ol In Body Roberts SmithFilet
.According to Sheriff Mur- o
phy, Jackson's body was
found at 11:30 p.m., March 30,
in the hallway of Peter's R
Palace on Avenue C in Port St.
e bst ' Enjion Recall Election
The body' was shipped to
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Tennessee for urac.


In a special session Wednesday morning, the Port St. Joe
City Commission instructed its attorney, William J. Rish, to
take the necessary procedures to check the validity of a
recall petition recently filed against four of the five
Commissioners on the Board.
In Wednesday's session, attorney Rish was instructed to
ask the chief judge of the circuit to rule on whether or not the
petition and its charges were valid reasons to hold a recall
election.
The Commissioners are taking the position that the
petition may not be valid in light of recent Supreme Court
decisions on like questions, which ruled that a recall was
permissable in these instances only when members of a
public governing body had broken the law or were
incompetent. Mayor Frank Pate, acting as the spokesman
for the Commission stated, "We have broken no laws and we
are not incompetent."
Earlier in the week, Nathan Peters, Jr., .who presented
the petition to City Clerk Charles Brock to be ratified, said, "I
think it (the petition) proved that enough people were
dissatisfied with the hospital situation. In my opinion, the
recall was the best way to get the feeling of the people. The
election will tell whether they are satisfied with the present
Commission or want a new one."
In Wednesday's action, Rish was instructed to ask the
chief judge to set an election date if the petition was valid.
COMPLAINT FILED
With the City elections only a month away, and two of the
Commissioners on the recall petition up for re-election, the
recall petition affects only two of the subjects named, so far


as shortening their term on the Commission is concerned.
These two Commissioners, James B. Roberts and John
Robert Smith, have taken exception to the petition as being
valid and went into court yesterday to ask for a ruling that
the petition does not comply with the law with the charges
listed against them. Roberts and Smith went into court in
Marianna with their attorney, Mel Magidson, asking Judge
Robert McCrary to enjoin (prevent) the holding of a recall
election.
In their petition, Roberts and Smith claim: 1) the petition
for recall does not comply with the law, and '2) the statute
under which the petition was filed is unconstitutional, vague
and indefinite.
In the complaint filed yesterday, Roberts and Smith
enter an example in which the State Supreme Court ruled in a
specific case before them, where only a violation of the law or
incompetence or immoral conduct were given as sufficient
reasons to recall an official.
The plaintiffs state that none of the charges listed on the
recall petition sufficiently describe malfeasance or misfeas-
ance, both acts of violation of the law.
Roberts, Smith, their attorney and Clerk Charles Brock,
representing the City, went to Marianna yesterday morning
to appear before chief judge Robert McCrary with their plea,
asking for a temporary injunction against the recall election.
They are also asking that Nathan Peters, Jr.,"chairman of
the petition committee, be enjoined from taking any further
steps with the recall petition.
In answer to this petition, Peters has stated, "They
neglected their duties."


Fire Department Has A Busy Week


Port St. Joe's Volunteer Fire Department had a busy
week end last week. Two fires Thursday called them to St.
Joe Paper Company and to the AN Railroad. A woods fire
Saturday, called them. to the cemetery and Ward Ridge
areas.
St. Joe Paper Company fire department took care of the
blaze at the mill, but the volunteers were called on to stand
by at the scene.
r AN Railroad workers were using a cutting torch on a
' .railroad car at the shops when sparks from the torch caught
'the car and surrounding grass and bushes on fire. The
department quickly had this one out.
Saturday morning, two men were using a cutting torch


on a junk car near Forest Park Cemetery when their torch
caught the woods on fire and before they could get it under
control, the fire was spread beyond their capabilities to
handle it. The department was called in, along with the
Florida Forest Service.
Saturday evening, the fire jumped George Washington
Branch and worked its way up behind Ward Ridge,
threatening several houses. Again the fire department was
called out to stop the advancing flames before they could
damage or destroy one of the homes in the area. Damage was
limited to a scorched shed behind one of the homes.
In the photo above, firemen are shown putting out the fire
near the railroad shops Thursday afternoon.
-Star photo


No More Extensions


The Municipal Hospital Board of
Directors drew the line Tuesday night
at their regular meeting. On a
unanimous vote of the Board, they
decided there will be no more
extensions of the hospital privileges of
Dr. Anila Poonai.
The Board voted to remove her
privileges of practicing in the hospital
in March on the advice of two medical
ad hoc committees which examined
the doctor's practice in the hospital
and recommended that her. privileges


be removed.
Twice since that time, the Board
has delayed final removal of the
doctor's privileges pending outcome of
a temporary injunction filed by her
attorneys against the Hospital Board
to maintain her privileges.
Federal Judge Winston Arnow has
the plea for the injunction before him
now in Pensacola. Both attorneys for
Dr. Poonai and the hospital are to
present briefs to Judge Arnow by the
end of this week for a final decision on


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the injunction. While these legal
maneuvers have been going on, the ,-
Board has allowed Dr. Poonal to
continue practicing in the hospital
upon suggestions of the Federal Judge.
His last suggestion was that the
privileges be extended from April 1,
the end of the first extension, to April
15, to allow time for the arguments to
be presented.
The Board of Directors voted
Tuesday not to extend the privileges of
Dr. Poonai beyond April 15.


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EDITORIALS:



Griffin Says


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River Can t


be Anything but Better

Bainbridge, Georgia editor of cleaner than, they once were. The
Post-Searchlight, Marvin Grif- construction of the three dams and
penned these words a couple of the lakes formed have not damaged
ks ago. Whether or not we the oyster and seafood business at
rove of a new low-level dam near Apalachicola at the mouth of this
intstown, on the Apalachicola river on the Gulf of Mexico.
er, we can't refute. Griffin's "At low water there is a block in
ds. , the channel near Blountstown on the
Read on what he says about the Apalachicola River. The operation
ter. * of barge traffic there is not
"Over 30 years ago work began profitable.
;he construction of Woodruff "The Corps .of Engineers, U.S.
n, just below the confluence of Army, proposes to construct a
Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers Army,. propose low-level dam there so as to
g the border of Georgia and guarantee a nine-foot channel the
ida. year around.
"About 25 years ago the im-
ndment of water began, and "Ecologists and state govern-
e Seminolewafilled. Two other ment in Florida are fighting any
e Semnole was filled. Two other improvement in navigation of the
Chattahoochee River along the Apalachicola River tooth and nail.

ler between Georgia and Ala- These opponents of barge traffic on
a. the Florida river state any improve-
la'. ment will ruin the oyster and
"The purpose of building these seafood business in the Gulf. They
s and dams was to promote have no proof to back up their
igation on the Chattahoochee, statements.
t and Apalachicola river sys- "If the rivers of Georgia and
sA. t Alabama did not furnish the water,
"At the time these facilities there would be no Apalachicola
e constructed, ecologists offered Rivther in the first place."
position to them. If they did, I
not hear about it. (Ed. comment: Every word
"The City of Bainbridge dumped editor Griffin wrote is true. We.
sewage into Flint River and should pay special attention to his
e Semiriple. statements about no proof to any
"The taxpayers of our city have damage to Apalachicola Bay from
"The taxpayers of our city have present dams. As a matter of fact,
e bonded themselves, and built a seafood production has risen over
tary sewage disposal plant at a the past 20 years from the bay. If we
of several millions in an. just don't want the dam on the river,
favor to lean up the river and let's just say so. We are being
hypocrites when we hide behind the
"The waters of the Flint and ' curtain of damage to the ecology in
ttahoochee rivers have to be this matter.)


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Blountstown s Abitibi Adds to Area Economy,#
One of the least heard of spoke to fh,: Rotary Club last manufactured by the firm. Canadian mills. Abitibi makes trying to make a product their
industries of the Big Bend Thursday. explaining some of Abitibi manufactures pro- 16 percent of the world's machinery wouldn't pro-
are is the Abitibi nlant in the function; of the Blounts- ducts from forest products. newsprint. duce", Wheeler said.


Blountstown. Fred Wheeler, town plant and telling the
general manager of the plant, Rotarians -if the products


Dear Mr. Ramzey,
My family and I moved
away from Port St. Joe nine
months ago, and aside from
the letters we receive from
friends, The Star is the only
source of news we receive of
what's going on in and around
the Port St. Joe area. We all
look forward to receiving The
Star and there is always a
battle at the mailbox on
Monday (Monday is the day
we receive The Star' for the
right to read the paper first.


Not the Consumer?

go along with President these "windfall profits" they will be
removal of federal controls taxed on? They will come from the
production and pricing. It public and be used to pay the new
i no great secret that much government taxes.
oil shortage in - the United In effect, the President will
has come about through introduce a bill which will raise our
government regulations on already tremendous tax burden.
stry. Another big figure in
deficit are the requirements If the President wishes to
in unreasonable pollution protect the consumer, let him ask
requirements. for controls similar to those placed
) does the President think he against public utilities, which limits
ng when he states he will the return on investment. Then there
r a windfall profits tax? He will be no windfall profits, taken
will require the oil com- from the consumer, only to wind up
to pay this tax, "not the in the government's coffers.
er". Where does the Presi- We can use this money better at
Ak the oil companies will get home.


I am 17 years old and grew
up with most of the juniors
there. at Port St. Joe High
School. I like to keep up with
their scholastic progress as
well as their sports achieve-
ments.
To get to the point, theie is
an error you have made. It is a
minor one but I've read in
your column (ETAOIN
SHRDLU) that when you
make a mistake, you welcome
constructive criticism, so I
decided to write.


Their main product is news-
print, which it makes in its


I have a good friend who is
an active participant in sports
at St. Joe High. and is a good
athlete whose name frequent-
ly appears on the sports pages
of The Star. His name is Blane
Cox. you have always spelled
his first name B-L-A-I-N and
the correct way he spells his
name is B-L-A-N-E. I am not
trying to tell you your job.
Everyone knows what a fine
reporter and newspaperman
you are.
So no offense Mr. Ramsey,
and thank you for getting the
area news up to my family and
I up here in North Carolioa. I
would like to personally thank
you and your staff for doing
such a fine job.
Sincerely.
Joey Whitehead


The Blountstown plant util-
izes sawdust and sawmill
wastes to make an insulating
sheathing board for the con-
struction industry. Much of
the wall sheathing used in this
area is made by Abitibi. Their
production isn't limited to
area consumption however.
The Abitibi product made in
Blountstown goes as far north.
as New York.
Abitibi purchased the
Blountstown mill in 1969, after
it had gone bankrupt in 1967.
"The reason for the bank-
ruptcy was that they were


After purchase of the mill,
Abitibi did extensive remodel-
ing in the manufacturing
process and re-opened the mill
in 1973 making its present
product.
Wheeler said, "We have
made the mill environmental-
ly sound and we make a good
product out of low grade
wood". He said the mill
,employs 100 people and has an
annual payroll of $1.3 million.
Guests of the club were John
Hughes of Calhoun, Ga., and
Bill Ebersole of Rome, Ga.


A Layman's View


Bible Notes
By BILLY NORRIS


The Spirit of Easter -Star photo


Luke 22:15, 19-20 (KJV)
Key Word: The Sacrificial
Lamb
"(V-15) And he (Jesus) said
unto them, 'With desire I have
desired to eat this passover
with you before I suffer:'
(V-19) And he took bread,
and gave thanks, and brake it,
and gave unto them saying,
'This is my body which is
given for you: this do in
remembrance of me.'
(V-20) Likewise also the cup
after supper, saying, 'This cup
is the new testament in my
blood, which is shed for you.' "
Jesus was truly the Sacrifi-
cial Lamb prepared by God to
pay all debts owed because of
sin. By Adam sin entered the
world. By Jesus the debt of sin
was paid. Though the debt is
paid and a clear title. is
available to everyone it is still
necessary for us to accept this
gift from Jesus.
The Passover was initiated
by God in order to bring His i
people out of Egypt from
under Pharaoh (Exodus 12).
But not just to "BRING" them
out from bondage but to bring
them out as a nation, healed
(Exodus 12:37); everyone
WALKED out, no one was
carried. Prosperous (Exodus
12:36) they spoiled (took their
wealth) the Egyptians. Armed
(Exodus 13:18). Protected by 4
God (Exodus 13:21-22) day
and night by a pillar of a cloud
and a pillar of fire. Provisions
(Exodus 16:13) meat in the
morning and bread (Exodus
16:15) in the evening.
Jesus freely shed His Blood,
His Life, as the ultimate
passover sacrifice to give to
all who will accept the gift of
remission of sin, healing
(Isaiah 53:5, I Peter 2:24)
eternal life, provision and
everything needed in this life
and the life to come.
CARD OF THANKS
Only recently when we were
face to face with our sorrow,
loving concerned friends has
sustained us. We sincerely
thank you for your prayers,
calls and messages. They
were consoling.
With grateful hearts,
The family of Wesley
Farris


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By



I'M GLAD TO SEE I'm not the only one who
makes mistakes. We, here at The Star had a
lu-lu made for us this past week.
Last Friday, we had a call from Top Dollar
Store's headquarters from up in Alabama
wanting advertising rates, insertion schedules,
etc. The man on the phone said, "We have four
-ads we wish to run during the month of April".
"You'll find us amenable to that", we told
the man.
Monday, the advertising copy for the entire
..month came in the mail... advertising a closing
'-out of the local business.
We ran the first ad Thursday of last week
and the first call I received was the manager
from the local store telling me, "Where did that
ad come from? I don't think we're going out of


r: Wesley R. Ramsey


business." I explained it came from her
headquarters. The next call I received was from
"headquarters". "Where are you located?" the
man asked me. I told him and he said, "Your
publication doesn't cover Parker?" I had to tell
him no, that was in Bay County and under the
circulation of the Panama City News-Herald.
Anyhow, to make a long story short, the man
discovered he had sent his ad to the wrong place.
It was the Parker store which was being closed
down. This one here in Port St. Joe is still alive
and doing well from last reports.
What I'd really like to hear is what went on in
the home office of Top Dollar when the mistake
was found.

BILL SIMMONS, our official unofficial
weather man, died last week after a bout with


cancer. Bill was an unusual man, even apart
from his hobby of meticulously keeping up with
the weather each and every day.
Bill was peculiar in that he was one of the
few men left in this world who told you exactly
what he felt and one could usually hang his hat
on what Bill said as being just as it was. He was
a man of much knowledge and many facts. He
believed in a man collecting only what he earned
unless he was truly incapable of earning.
Bill was especially proud of his role in
planning and guiding the local library to
construction. It was a fitting monument to Bill,
who dealt in things intellectual.

A RUSSIAN claims to have found the lost
city of Atlantis. Atlantis was supposed to be an
ancient civilization which sank into the sea many
years ago.
For all these years, most people have
considered Atlantis as just another fable or fairy
tale spun by one of the many ancient men who
made up such stories. I believe it was Plato
which told the story of Atlantis.
The Russian scientist claims he saw stairs
and ruins of buildings deep in the sea off
Gibralter.
If the claim is true; if the storied Atlantis is


actually a fact, I would suggest we begin
immediately to look for the Land of Nod, Jack's
,Beanstalk, Never Never Land and wherever it
was Peter Pan called home.
That shouldn't be much more of a job than
putting a man onrthe moon. J

IT LOOKS'TO ME as if Idi Amin is on the
way out. The Tanzanians were practically in
control of his capital city when this was written
and had Amin's troops and friends from Iraq on
the run.
Idi won't be missed. There will be no tears
shed over his demise or dismissal, whichever
comes first.
The thing which amazes me is that there are
no bleats from the liberal press for the United
Nations to protect Idi. It looks as if everyone in
the world, except Idi, will be glad to see him go.
There will be no weeping words said over Idi
on his exit.

I MOVED Frenchie's daylilies out of my
garden Thursday evening and put in part of my
crop over the week end. There has been icy chill
in the house ever since Thursday evening, but
the daylilies are reposing on the edge of the
garden spot, awaiting new ground elsewhere.
I got my string beans put in the ground, my
tomatoes planted and headway made on the
squash, bell pepper and egg plant.
All of this is taking root in a spot about 10 feet
by 20 feet. It's just a matter of close communion
for my vegetables.
Now, comes the long weeks of fighting the
weeds and grass which will be forever trying to
reclaiming their former homestead on my plot,-
just as the Indians when they were chased out
the west.


LETTERS

. . . to the Editor


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Dixie Youth League Starts Season



With Fourteen Teams This Week


PAGE THREE


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1979


Port St. Joe's Dixie Youth
League kicked off its season
Monday afternoon, with the
Dozers and the Hardstars
taking the field to play the
first game.
According to Dixie Youth
League president, Perry Mc-


Farland; 52 players have
returned from last year's
.play, to join 143 other boys
(and girls) to make up the 14
teams fielded this year.
Among the 195 participants
are two young ladies, both
eight years old, who are


participating in the minor
league.
Minor league players, ages
8-10, will be playing a 16 game
schedule, which will end June
1. Major league, 11-12, have a
20 game schedule which will
end June 15.


\ JUST TURN THIS KNOB---Sheriff Ken Murphy presented to the Dixie Youth baseball
Murphy, left, shows Perry McFarland how to program this year. -Star photo
work a new public address system Sheriff

OBITUARIES -


4 Funeral Services Held Friday


for William Brown Simmons


William Brown Simmons,
Jr., age 65, of 1023 McClellan
Ave., passed away.April.5th in
Tallahassee Memorial Re-
gional Medical Center. At the
time of his death he was
V Technical Director of St. Joe
' Paper Co., having held that
position since 1954 when he
moved here from Macon,
Georgia. Mr. Simmons was a
graduate of The University of
Tennessee Junior College at
Martin, Tenn., and The Geor-,
gia School of Technology at
Atlanta, Georgia. During
World War II he was commis-
sioned a Lieutenant in the U.S.
Navy and served in ordinance
research. President Roosevelt
awarded him a Presidential
Citation for developing the
Napalm bomb.
His memberships included
the Covenant Presbyterian
Church in Panama City, Port
St. Joe Rotary Club, Ocean
Lodge No. 214, F&AM, Bruns-
wick, Ga., St. Joseph Histori-
cal Society, and several tech-
nical organizations in the
paper industry. He was also
chairman of the citizens com-
mittee to build the Corrine
Costin Gibson Memorial Li-
brary, and was listed in Who's
Who in the South.
Simmons is survived by his
wife, the former Emily An-
drews of Macon, Ga., two
sons, William Brown Sim-
, mons, III, of Pensacola, and
James Andrew Simmons of

"Kiddie Disco"

Friday Night
The Senior Cruise Club will
sponsor a "Kiddie Disco"
Friday night, April 13 from
6:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the High
School Commons Area.
All elementary school stu-
dents only are invited to
attend. This activity will be
well supervised, but parents
are invited to attend if they
wish. A dance contest will be
held with prizes awarded the
winners.-
The price is $1.00 per person
and refreshments will also be
sold.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of Jackson E.
"Jack" Lanier would like to
express their gratitude for the
many acts of kindness shown
to his family during their
bereaved moments.
Each expression of love and
concern shown to his family
will always be remembered.
Saying thank you is never
A enough but each of you have
/ our heartfelt thanks and deep
appreciation.
Ester Lanier, children
and grandchildren


Knoxville, Tennessee; his
mother, Mrs. Gladys H. Po-
well'of Atlanta, Ga.; two
sisters, Mrs. W.H. Mims of
Atlanta, Ga. and Mrs. Arthur
.Douglass of Martin, Tenn.
- iiu.nFmeral services were held
'Friday at the St. Clair Chapel
with the Rev. Ray Lanning
and the Rev. Sidney Ellis


officiating.
Active pallbearers were
J.A. Mira, Ferrell Allen,
Harold, Quackenbush, Ralph
Nance, W.E. Whaley and
W.M. Ebersole, The Port St.
Joe Rotary Club served as
honorary pallbearers.
Interment was in the family
plot in Holly Hill Cemetery.


Earl Boone, 64, Died


Saturday In
Mr. Earl Boone, 64, a
resident of Wewahitchka, pas-
sed away Saturday, April 7 in
Weems Memorial Hospital,
Apalachicola, after a brief
illness. He was a lifelong
resident of Wewahitchka and
was employed with the State
of Florida, Forestry Division.
Survivors include: two sons,
Gene Boone of Apalachicola
and Jimmy Boone of Apalach-
icola; three daughters, Faye
Cooper of Apalachicola, Au-
dry Shiver of Eastpoint and
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Funeral services were held
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First Baptist Church of We-
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Rev. Harvey English.
Interment followed in the
family plot of Roberts Ceme-
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FINANCE TROUBLE
Like everything else during
these times, the Dixie Youth
League is having money prob-
lems, according to McFar-
land. He says it now requires a
budget of around $8,000 to put
on the program for 14 teams.
"We started this season with
about $15.00 in the bank. We
get only about $4,000 from
sponsorship fees and player
registration, so this leaves a
pretty good chunk of money
which has to be raised by
parent participation in the
concessions stand and fund-
raising projects."
The -concession stand this
year will be run by parents of
the league members. McFar-
larid said a system has been
devised where the parents of
each team will manage the
stand one week during the
season. "We had an awful lot
of confusion when we had to
resort to having kids run the
stand", he said.
One of the ways the league is
saving on expenses is to line
up more parent participation
to perform tasks which were
paid for in the past. "We're
using parent volunteers for
umpires rather than pay for
the service", the league pres-
ident said. "In order to line up
parents on a schedule we have
given out volunteer booster
forms for parents to sign their
intent, to help us during the
season".
Also as a fund raising
project, the league is selling
T-shirts with the Dixie Youth
emblem, bumper stickers,
window decals and patches.
INNOVATIONS
The Dixie Youth League this
year is branching out into new
programs to involve the boys
and parents.
Last Saturday, two of the
major league teams, the Doz-
ers and Hard-Stars, played an
exhibition game in Panama
City at Oakland Terrace and


won both games. This helps
boys get accustomed to com-
peting with boys from other
cities, which helps them get
rid.of the butterflies at tour-
nament time.
The league has a new public
address system, for use'at the
games this year. The system
was donated by Gulf County
Sheriff Ken Murphy.
In order to help the financial
picture, the league is sponsor-
ing a ladies softball tourna-
ment, starting Friday night,
April 20. All proceeds will go
toward helping operate the
league this year. Wayne Par-
rish is acting as tournament
director.
POLICY STATEMENT
In starting up the current
season, McFarland said, "The
policy of Dixie Youth baseball
is to promote the development
of strong character, a right
'attitude and a sense of respon-
sibility and citizenship in
youngsters, using the game of
baseball as a vehicle".
The league president said,
"The purpose of Dixie Youth
baseball is to achieve this goal
through fair play, good sports-
ianship and congenial fel-
lowship with adult leaders
providing the example." Fur-
ther, he said it was strictly
against the policy of Dixie
Youth baseball for any person,
either as a participant or a
spectator, to engage in argu-
ments, to use abusive lang-
uage, to harrass umpires or to
exhibit any behaviour not in
keeping with the general
intention of the program.
Games will be played each
afternoon, Monday through
Friday. The first game each
afternoon will begin at 5:30
p.m.
Three games will be played
each Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday after-
noon, with two games on tap
each Wednesday.


Snapper and Grouper Fisheries In

Gulf of. Mexico tObe Re;gulated


The Gulf of Mexico Fishery
Management Council and Na-
tional Marine Fisheries Ser-
vice will hold public hearings
on a draft 'fishery manage-
ment plan for regulation of the
snapper and grouper fisheries
of the Gulf of Mexico. The
purpose of the hearings is to
allow the public to comment
on the proposed plan and
management measures (regu-


lations).
Hearings will be held start-
ing at 7:00 p.m. .in the
following locations in this
area:
Pensacola Junior College on
May 23. City Commissioner's
Meeting Room in the City Hall
of Panama City on May 24.
Copies of a summary of the
draft plan may be obtained
from the office of Florida Sea,


Grant Marine Extension
Agents, the Department of
Natural Resources Marine'
Laboratory (St. Petersburg
and Apalachicola) or Marine
Patrol Offices and the Natio-
nal Marine Fisheries Service
offices. Copies of the complete
draft plan and environmental
impact statement are avail-
able for public review in the
above offices.


line up for start of ball game.


Boxers get ready.


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

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

SERVICES
SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 9:45AM
MOkNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00AM
EVENING WORSHIP .................. 7:00 PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT.................. 7:00 PM

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'PAGE FOUR


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1979


'Bible Conference Revival


Focal Poi
: The First United Methodist
Church of Mexico Beach will
celebrate the Easter season
with a Bible Conference Re-
vival. Services will begin at
7:00 o'clock CST, each even-
S og beginning with Good Fri-
day.
SRev. Gordon Reed will be
the visiting minister and his
daughter, Gigi Reed, will be
, . conducting services for the
children during the worship
S hour. Gigi uses puppets, Bible
stories, song, and hand work
in her work with the children.
: .)Rev. Reed is no stranger to
Mexico Beach and the Port St.
Joe area. He and his wife,
j Miriam, spent their honey-
moon at Mexico Beach 25
, ,;yars ago and have been
Jegular visitors through the
'-years. The Reeds have five
childrenn, one of their daugh-
. -ters, Nancy, is in Haiti as a
. ursing, missionary; a son,
.Robert is in seminary study-
:. ig for the ministry.
:it Rev. Reed graduated from
Solumbia Seminary in At-
. anta, Ga. He has served
' churches s in Signal Mountain,

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. BOTTOM
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nt for Easter Season


Miss Stephanie Gay


Engaged


Springtime Slimmer
Warm spring days and romantic spring evenings conjure
S up visions of a vibrant new "you"! These visions probably
"feature a slim, energetic and healthy "you".
Visions become realities through a regimen of exercise,
-rest, and a healthy diet chock-full of vitamins, minerals, and
.protein. Seafood is one of nature's most delicious and
, nutritious additions to our food choices.
All seafood is low-calorie, which makes dieting more a
--challenge than drudgery. Four ounces of fresh, raw shrimp,
,'for example, contains only 103 calories compared to the 450-
plus calories contained in 4-ounce portions of other popular
.'protein sources.
" Variety in preparation is another seafood plus. Broiled,
. boiled, smoked, or barbecued, shrimp maintain their "just-
one-more" taste appeal.
Cantonese Shrimp and Beans is just such a recipe, Shrimp
:-and green beans are cooked to the tender-crisp state,
'traditional in Cantonese cookery. Chicken broth, onion,
and garlic then join to serve as a sauce for the shrimp-green
bean mixture. A light touch of ginger highlights this
slimming seafood dish for six. 130 calories (per serving)
-;never tasted so good!
CANTONESE SHRIMP AND BEANS

?1%/ pounds frozen, raw, peeled, deveined shrimp
11/2 teaspoons chicken stock base
r1 cup boiling water
'V4 cup thinly sliced green onion
.1 clove garlic, crushed
-'1 tablespoon salad oil
.,1 teaspoon ginger
:Dash pepper
1 package (9 ounces) frozen cut green beans
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1 tablespoon cold water,


Thaw frozen shrimp. Dissolve chicken stock base in boiling
water. Cook onion, garlic, and shrimp in oil for 3 minutes,
,stirring frequently. If necessary, add a little of the chicken
' broth to prevent sticking. Stir in salt, ginger, pepper, green
ztbeans, and chicken broth. Cover and simmer 5 to 7 minutes
J.longer or until beans are cooked but still slightly crisp.
JCombine cornstarch and water. Add cornstarch mixture to
3 shrimp and cook until thick and clear, stirring constantly.
-.Serves 6.
*: Approximately 130 calories in each serving.
� For more delicious seafood recipes, write: Seafood
;Recipes, Crown Building, Tallahassee, Florida 32301.
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HIGHLAND VIEW

APTIST CHURCH
rner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
welcome Friends
OOL ................... 9:45A.M.
RVICES..... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
-INING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
RAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
ided Rev. Jerry Baker
Pastor


Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gay of
Dothan, Alabama, formerly of
Port -St. Joe are proud to.
announce the engagement of
his sister, Stephanie .to Ken-
neth Carl Ezell, son of the late
Mr. Floyd Ezell and Mrs. Ruth
Ezell of Texasville,
Alabama.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Walter C. Gay of Port St. Joe.
She is the granddaughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. E.S.
Marlow of DeFuniak Springs
and the late Mr. and Mrs.
Walter M. Gay of Blounts-
town.
A graduate of Port St. Joel
High School, Miss Gay is
employed by Wiregrass Con-


Mission Group I

Met Recently
Mission Group I of the
United Methodist Women met
at 9:30 March 27 in the home of
Mrs. C.D. Lansford.
The meeting was opened
and Mrs. Johnie McCurdy
presented a reading, "Bless-
ing of the Bacon".
There were fourteen mem-
bers present. Minutes of the
last meeting were read and
approved.
Mrs. Milton Anderson told of
'the success of the luncheon
and style show.
Mrs. Robert King gave the
program on the differences
between the Methodist Church
and the Norman Church.. The
meeting was closed with the.
benediction.
The next meeting will be
with Mrs. Milton Anderson.


trainer Corporation of Dothan.
The prospective bridegroom
is the grandson of the late Mr.
John J. Ezell and Mrs. Mary
R. Ezell of Edwin, Alabama
and the late Mr. Young J.
Davis and Mrs. Mamie L.
Davis of Eufaula, Alabama.
Mr., Ezell attended Baker
Hill Figh School in Baker Hill,
Alabama and is employed by
Lane. Trucking Company of
Dothan.
The wedding will be an
event of May 12 at 10:00 a.m.
at the home of the bride's
brother. No invitations are
being sent but all friends and
relatives of the couple are
invited to attend. A reception
will follow the ceremony.


Benjamin Fern Nunnery

He's Two
Benjamin Fern Nunnery,
Jr. celebrated his second
birthday on April 1. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Fern Nunnery, Sr.
Helping him celebrate at a
Mickey Mouse party were
Travis Canington, Bianca
Gay, Bud and Candy Foster
and Kim. Bubba and Jeffery
Causey.


"Strength for the Day", has
written a study book based on
the Sermon on the Mount,
"Living Life as Christ Taught
It", which has been used by
the ladies group of the Pres-
byterian Church. His other
booklets are "Christmas -
Triumph Over Tragedy" and'
one based on the Lord's Pray-
er.


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Historical Society


Marks 20th Year


Tennessee, the Wee Kirk
Presybyterian Church in At-
lanta, the Second Presbyter-
ian Church in Greenville, S.C.,
Kendall Presbyterian Church
in Miami. At the present time,
he is serving as administrator
of Ridge Haven Conference
Center, Brevard, N.C. He also
is the minister of Word Mini-
stries, has a radio program


Lemieux

Final Plans
Final wedding plans for the
Marriage of Rebecca Carol
Jones to David Carroll Le-
mieux have been announced
by the bride's parents.
Vows will be exchanged on
Saturday, the fourteenth of
April at 4:00 in the'afternoon
at the First Baptist Church of
Donalsonville, Georgia. A re-
ception will follow the cere-
mony.
All friends and relatives of
the couple are invited to
attend both the wedding and
reception.


Brenda Sue Rogers Ludwig Herman Robertson


To Wed


Mr. and Mrs. C.C. (Marjor-
ie) Vassie, Sr. are pleased to
announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Brenda Sue of Lynn
Haven to Ludwig Herman
Robertson of Southport.
Brenda is the granddaugh-
ter of Mrs. Eula Rogers of
Highland View and the late
Henry Rogers. Her great-
grandparents were the late
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kelly of
Highland View.
Herman is the son of Mrs.
Margaret Robertson and Mr.
Edward G. Robertson. He is
also the grandson of Mrs.
Elizabeth Robertson of Pen-
sacola, and Mrs. Wilhemine
Gebauer of Grossheleitz, Ba-
varia, Germany.
The bride-to-be is a 1978
graduate of Mosley High
School and attended Gulf
Coast Community College and
is presently employed with the
Bay County Sheriff's Depart-
ment.
The future groom is a 1976
graduate of Mosley High
School and a 1978 graduate of


Gulf Coast' Community Col-
lege with an A.A. Degree in
criminal justice. He is pre-
sently employed with Green
and Harris of Panama City.
The spring wedding will be
an event of April 28 at the
First United Methodist
Church of Panama City. All
friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend.
The reception will follow in the
fellowship hall of the church.

CARD OF THANKS
We would like to express our
gratitude and love to those
friends who contributed great-
ly with food, flowers, consider-
ation, sympathy and prayers
during the loss of our loved
one.
To the workers ,of the
Ambulance Squad, the nurses
on duty and Dr. Joe Hendrix,
we extend a special thanks for
all your efforts.
Once again our thanks and
may God bless you all.
.. The family of Otheda
* :Dickinon ... .


New Arrival

'Kila nn Bohren
Miss Sara Elizabeth Bowen,
daughter of Bucky and Kay-
anna Bowen of Baxley, Geor-
gia, proudly announces the
birth of her sister Kyla Ann.
Kyla Ann was born March
27th in Vidalia, Georgia. She
weighed seven pounds, eleven
ounces.
Sara Elizabeth and Kyla
Ann are the granddaughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K.
Bateman of Port St. Joe and
Mr. and Mrs.-Frank Bowen of
Whitesburg, Georgia.


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Manuel N. Luna, M.D.

announces the opening of his offices

MONDAY, MARCH 5
302 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FL32456
(Across from Radio Shack)

OFFICE HOURS
9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday Thru Friday
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Accepting Medicaid, Medicare, etc., and Attending
Deliveries (Pregnancy cases).

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Office Phone: 229-8585

Home Phone 648-8903 Hospital 227-1121


Treat the Entire Family to

Easter Dinner
Choice of Baked Ham or Baked Chicken
with Dressing, Mashed Potatoes, English Peas,
Coleslaw and Dessert

$3.95
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM (CST)


Top of the Gulf

RESTAURANT
Mexico Beach


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St. Joseph Historical Society
members celebrated the 20th
anniversary of the granting of
the society's charter on April
14. 1959, at the regular April
meeting last Saturday.
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, presi-
dent. gave a resume' of the
charter's creation under the
guidance of Ruth'Costin Soule.
The charter was granted by
then Circuit Judge E. Clay
Lewis, Jr.
Incorporating and charter
members were Louise M.
Porter, president, Eunice
Brinson, Ida Ethel Brown,
Zola Maddox, Marie J. Costin,
Ruth C. Soule and Charles B.
Smith. Cecil Costin, Jr., Clyde
Fite, Eula and Bernard Prid-
geon, Sr., then Mayor Joe
Sharit. Jesse Stone and May-
bel Swatts were charter mem-
bers.
Jesse Stone's summation of
the society's projects and
accomplishments was pre-
sented by Mrs. Charles
Brown. Restoration and pre-
servation of old St. Joseph
Cemetery was the original
purpose of the organization. It
and the Constitution Memorial
Museum continue as principal.
projects.
A lovely eulogy for the late
Ruth Costin Soule was given
by Mrs. Charles Brown. This
will be placed in the society's


memorial file.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brock
and Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey
Costin were special guests for
this meeting.
Refreshments were served
by Mrs. Hubert Brinson, Mrs.
Nobie Stone and Mrs. George
Suber.
Mrs. Jean Atchison and
Mrs. Janet Anderson will
guide society members on a
field trip to Apalachicola for
the May meeting. There they
will see homes reportedly
moved from St. Joseph after
the old town was destroyed by
yellow fever and hurricane in
the early 1840's.


New Arrival
Stanley and Drenda Young
of Port St. Joe are proud to
announce the birth of their
son, Christopher Matthew,
born April 6, in the Gulf Coast
Community Hospital. He
weighed six pounds, four and a
half ounces. Christopher is
also welcomed home by his
two-year-old sister, Amanda
Charity Young.
Maternal grandparents are
Mrs. Bobbie Powell and Ofey
0. Powell, Jr., both of Dothan,
Ala. Paternal grandparents
are Rev. and Mrs. James M.
Young of Lyons, Georgia.


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Superintendent of Schools presents a
plaque to Mrs. Norman Bixler, naming her
Gulf County's,"Teacher of the Year" at the


school board
,


Store


meeting last Tuesday evening.
-Star photo


Phyllis Bixler Slected As


"Teacher of the Year"


Mrs. Phyllis Thomason Bix-
ler, ESEA Title I reading and
mathematics teacher at High-


land View Elementary School,
has been selected as Gulf
County's Teacher of the Year,


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Make a family-pleasing meal centered on an Egg Pizza. The
crust is a soft yeast dough richly "covered with a zesty tomato
sauce, deliciously blanketed with melted Mozzarella. Layer on
hard-cooked egg slices (those left from Easter decorating!) as a
change from the usual pepperoni, sausage or mushroom.
47 h n , Egg Pizza . ....... ... .. .
4 to 6 servings
Crust:
1 package (13 3/4 oz.) hot roll mix
Prepare hot roll mix as directed using 1 egg. Pat out dough
on greased 15 x 10-inch jelly roll pan. Bake at 425oF for 5
minutes while preparing filling. (No need to let rise.)
Filling:
1 can (8 oz.) pizza sauce 1 1/2 cups(6 oz.)Mozzarella
6 hard-cooked eggs*, cheese, shredded
sliced 2 tablespoons grated
1 medium green pepper, Parmesan cheese
cut in rings
Spread pizza sauce on crust. Arrange egg slices and green
pepper rings on top. Sprinkle cheese over. Bake in preheated
4250F oven 20 to 25 minutes or until cheese is bubbly.
*Hard-Cooked Eggs
Put eggs in a saucepan and add enough tap water to come at
least 1 inch above eggs. Cover. Bring rapidly just to boiling.
Turn off heat. If necessary, remove pan from burner to
prevent further boiling. Let stand in the hot water 15 to 17
minutes for Large eggs - adjust time up or down by about
3 minutes for each size larger or smaller. Cool immediately
and thoroughly in cold water. Keep refrigerated.


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS .... 11:00A.M.

Welcome to Everyone
-' RAYMOND G. WICKERSHAM, Minister
Phone 648-5205


News,...


from Port St. Joe

High School


by Ellen M. Henderson


In this past month the
NROTC attended Boot Camp
in Orlando. By speaking with
only a few students who went,
I found they thought of this
trip as an experience. It is also
a very good feeling to know
that these students were able
to receive and enjoy learning
various naval skills.
Sadie Hawkins was in effect
last Thursday and Friday.
Thursday served as Hat Day.
usually students are not al-
lowed to wear hats in the
building at anytime so this
was really a grand privilege
and during lunch periods boys

Wetwa Spring

Festival Planned
The United Pentecostal
Church of Wewahitchka, is
making plans for its 2nd
Annual Spring Festival to be
held Saturday, April 21st,
from 10:00a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
This year's festival will be
bigger and better than before.
There will be dart throws,
pony rides, bobbing for ap-
ples, bottle toss, relays, and
many other games. Prizes will


according to School Superin- be easy to win.
tendent Walter Wilder. Mrs. The ladies will have a food
Bixler, graduate of Port St. booth, and will be selling cake,
Joe High School, Gulf Coast pie, brownies, bear suckers,
Community College, and the peanut brittle, hamburgers,
University of West Florida, hot dogs, and many other
has three years'; of teaching taste-tingling things.
experience: one year in kin- Don't miss this big day of
dergarten at Port St. Joe fun and frivolity, Saturday,
Elementary School and the April 21.
remainder at Highland View.
She is married to Norman BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Bixler, an electronic techni- Ricky and Donna Robertson
cian at Vitro. of Gainesville announce the
In the short span of her birth of their son, Chad
career, Mrs. Bixler has\mian- Layefette on March 30 in
aged to do an outstanding job Alachua General Hospital.
in the classroom, serve on He weighed nine pounds,
many professional commit- five and one half ounces and
tees, and participate in church measured twenty and one half
and civic endeavors. During inches long.
the current school year, she . proud grandparents are Mr
.ipm ea i .Proud grandparents are Mr.
has implemented an mindivi- d Mrs. Emory Robertson of
dualized mathematics pro- .eacon.Hill and Mr. and Mrs.
gram for students in grades arles Phenicie of Dothan,
one through six who need Ai-
snecial help over and above \


that which is provided in the
regular classroom. This pro-
gram is conducted by her in
conjunction with'a similar
individualized reading pro-
gram.
One of five nominees from
Gulf County schools, Mrs.
Bixler was voted Teacher of
the Year by a district-wide
screening committee com-
posed of personnel from each
school. Other nominees in-
cluded: Mrs. Dorothy Barlow,
first grade teacher, Port St.
Joe Elementary School; Char-
les Osborne, science teacher,
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School; Mrs. Judy Lister,
second grade teacher, Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School;
and, Mrs. Sue Dickens, special
education teacher; Wewa-
hitchka High School. Superin-
tendent Wilder stressed that
all the nominees are excellent
teachers and most worthy of
the recognition bestowed upon
them by their individual facul-
ties.
The Teacher of the Year
program does not attempt to
single out any individual as
the "best teacher" but to
honor one who is representa-
tive of all good teachers. From
the county nominations re-
ceived by Commissioner of
Education, Ralph Turlington,
one individual will be chosen
Florida Teacher of the Year
1980 and will become the


-ulf County

Scool Lunch


Slenu
Mon., April 16
Pizza, buttered mixed vege-
tables, French fries, sliced
peaches, peanut butter cook-
ies, and milk.
Tues., April 17
Chicken and rice, green
peas, citrus salad, roll, cook-
ies and milk.
Wed., April 18
Lasagna, tossed salad, fruit
cup, garlic bread, brownie and
milk.
Thurs., April 19
Hoagie sandwich, French
fries, lettuce, tomato, pickle,
apple crisp and milk.
Fri., April 20
Country fried steak with
gravy, mashed potatoes, tur-
nip greens, cornbread with.
butter and milk.
Menus are subject to change
due to the availability of food:

state's candidate for National
Teacher of the Year honors.
The national program is spon-
sored by the Council of Chief
State School Officers, Ency-
clopedia Britannica Company,
and Ladies Home Journal.


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were allowed to bid for a girl
as a slave for the day on
Friday.
During the first three days
of this week guidance counse-
lors began to register juniors.
sophomores. and freshmen.
Also four new courses are
being offered for next year,
these classes include: speech.
dramatic arts, legal systems,
and for the very first time
French. Registration is begin-
ning earlier this year to
prevent chaotic schedule
changes in the coming school
year.

Church Has
Supper On Tap
for Tonight
The Women of the Church of
the First Presbyterian Church
met with Mrs. Henry Camp-
bell Monday, April 2.
Mrs. Mary Hendrix gave the
devotional, based on Mark,
chapters 8, 9 and 10.
Plans were made for a.
combination church supper
and birthday gift program on
April 12, at 6:30 p.m. Mrs.
Tom Ely will be in charge of
table arrangements.
The May meeting will be
held at the church with' Mrs.
Hendrix and Mrs. Barbara
Neidhardt as hostesses.
Those attending the meeting
were Mrs. Harold Beyer,
president; Mrs. Sidney
Brown, Mrs. Leslie Spillers,
Mrs. Mary MacCant, Mrs.
Raymond Wickersham, Mrs.
Ely, Mrs. Hendrix, Mrs. Neid-
hardt and Mrs. Hugh White,
Jr.

Bake Sale
The Church of God ladies
auxiliary will be having an
Easter bake sale, Saturday in
front of Bill's Dollar Store
from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The family of W. 0. (Bubba)
Cathey, Jr., will always re-
member with deep apprecia-
tion your expression of kind-
ness and sympathy:


The Gulf County Association
for Retarded Citizens an-
nounces the hiring of Vicki


DAR Will

Meet Next

Wednesday
Next week the 88th Contin-
ental Congress of the National
Society Daughters of the
American Revolution will be
in progress in Washington.
D.C.. and on Wednesday, the
18th. the local chapter, St.
Joseph Bay. will be meeting at
the Garden Center on Eighth
Street at noon. As usual, the
luncheon will be served by
members of the Port St. Joe
Garden Club.
One of the highlights of the
April meeting of St. Joseph
Bay Chapter will be a report
on the 77th state conference of
the Florida State Society,
NSDAR, which was held in
Panama City, March 19-21,
and which was attended by
twelve members of the Port
St. Joe chapter. The program
for this meeting will be on
"The DAR Good Citizen" and
will be developed by Mrs. Eda
Ruth Taylor, who will use for
her theme, "Our Young Peo-
ple With Christ as the Corner-
stone in Their Future". The
Good Citizenship program is
always one of the outstanding
programs of the year.
Hostesses for the April
meeting will be Mrs. Nobie
Stone, Mrs. W.J. Weathington,
and Mrs. B.R. Gibson, Sr.


Sr. Cruise

To Sponsor

AdultDance
There will be a dance for
adults at the Centennial Build-
ing April 28 from 9:00 p.m.
until 2:00 a.m. Music will be
furnished by radio station
3WQ featuring country west-
ern, fifties and Elvis music.
Ice will be furnished.
Admission is $8.00 per cou-
ple and $4.00 stag.
The dance is being held to
help raise money for the
Senior Cruise Club. Tickets
may be purchased at St. Joe
Furniture, Aline's Beauty
Shop and St. Joe Motor
Company Body Shop.
, , ,, ' . , ' . * ' ,'


THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1979


Vicki Abrams


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Bea


FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS


We have a large

selection for the

Easter Season


Lilies


Mums


Azaleas '


'-4 ,--


'" Hydrangeas


Hanging

Baskets


Corsages


,� J- Phone In Your
Easter Orde or 229-60 1 0



We Can Wire Flowers

Anywhere for Easter Delivery Flrfml





The Sugar Plum Tree


Phone 229-6010


319 Reid Ave.


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Abrams as the new director of
their Adult Activity Center.
Effective April 16, Ms.
Abrams will begin her em-
ployment with the GCARC.-
Ms. Abrams is a graduate of
Florida State University with
a degree in social work. Most
recently she worked as pro-
gram coordinator and instruc-
tor for the Mentally Retarded
Defendant Program at Flor-
ida State Hospital. She also
worked with gerontology and
youth services programs dur-
ing her studies at Florida
State University.
As director of the Gulf
County Adult Activity Center,
Ms. Abrams will replace
Joanna Wise Barnes, who will
be relocating to Monroe, La.


FARM BUREAU


Insurance Companies


Life -Fire -Auto

GREG GOODMAN, Representative
Office Hrs.: 9-5, M.F Off;ce227-1684
Home 227-1407
Offices located at Stephens Vault Co.,
412 MONUMENT AVENUE





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 .... 11:00 A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ................. 6:15 P.M.
EVEN ING WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God with Us"
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New Director Named for

Adult Activity Center


Buy On Our Easy Terms


Florist and Gift Shoppe


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CO rim _ We're Here For You.T.
SEach office is independently owned and operated.

T3iT-SI E. B. MILLER REALTY


If you are interested in (
'don't kn6w how to get sta
people will help you find
explain different methods
if you don't plan to buy no
future, call on us at any


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.


owning your own home and
.rted, call on us. Our sales-
the home you want and will
of obtaining financing. Even
ow and want to plan for the
time. We're here for you.


- 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.


PORT ST. JOE


Investment opportunity, 3
rental units or live in one
and 'let the income help
make the payments. Consi-
der the shortage of rentals
in Port St. Joe, and call us
for further information.


Nice location, 3 bdrm, .2
bath home on large corner
lot, living rm w-dining
area, den, eat-in kitchen,
utility rm. 2111 Palm.

1912 Juniper, excel. corner
lot, 1400 sq. ft. of comfort-
able living. 3 bdrdn, Ig. LR
and ,DR, 2 big porches.
Pay equity and assume
low payment loan, or re-
finance,. FHA, VA or con-
ventional. $4,000 below ap-
praisal.
h.


Water
,bath c
ed, ne
screen
sells c
includir
er. A
perfect
98.

Dock y(
back y
bdrm, 2
Living i
ing and
dining
double
Mobile
.new ow
clouded f
Sof wick
Florida
place. 3
. rm, eat
have to s
Alabam


3 bdrm, 1 bath, den, com-
fortable block home. Fen-
ced back yard. New water
and sewer lines. Large win-
dow a-c, attic fan. 119 West-
cott Circle.

Nice starter home - 2 bdrm,
1 ha., living rm, den or 3rd
bdrm. Bedrooms freshly
painted. 523 7th St. - $18,950.

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

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


-- MEXICO BEACH --
front - 4 bdrm, 2 Lovely beach home. 3 bdrm,
completelyy remodel- 2 bath, living rm w-fire-
w cen. h&a, large place, dining, kitchen w-all
porch facing Giil, the extras, cabana rm v/-
ompletely furnished shower, office, covered
ng washer and dry- patio w-greenhouse area,
fine home with a cen h&a, - Circle Dr.
view. 13th & U.S.
Nice corner lot - quiet neigh-
borhood. Furnished 2 bdrm,
our boat in your own 1 bath mobile home. Come
yard! Beautiful 3 see what peace and quiet
bath home on canal, can do for you. Georgia and
rm w-cathedral ceil- Tennessee.
fireplace, separate New Listing - Almost new
rm, large patio, brick home on 2 lots. 3
garage - 36th St. bdrm. 2 ba, liv, rm w-stcne
S d f fireplace, dining area, en-
home ready for a closed double garage, c-h&a
ner. Everything in- carpeting thru-out. Well
rom vacuum to lots built, very reasonable utili-
er on your 24'x16' ty bills. Grand Isle.
rm-den w-elec. fire- ___
bdrm, 2 bath, living 5 acres -Lwi W Tif-
-in kitchen.. You'll fand oAamrU a, car-
see this for yourself, port ep well & city water,
a Drive. off 386A.


-- ST. JOE BEACH --


Use your own final touches.
Partially finished 3 bdrm,
S11/ 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.


: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.


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.

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.

Price reduced! Duplex
only 21.2 blocks from the
beach. Excellent income
opportunity for interested
investor. Columbus St.
$22,800.


BEACH LOTS

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

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.

HIGHLAND VIEW
New Listing - Lovely, live-
able home. Block construc-
tion with large carport. 2
bdrms, 1 extra large with 2
closets. Big kitchen-family
room. House partially fur-
nished including refrig.,
built-in stove, dishwasher
and bdrm. furniture, car-
peting. New cen. h&a sys-
tem, city water and paved
street. $29,900.

COMMERCIAL
Reid Avenue, red brick
building with 6100 sq. ft., 30
rooms, 17 baths. Financing
available at 8 percent.

WHITE CITY
Approximately 1 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.

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.

1920 sq. ft. metal building in
excellent condition. On 100'x
150' property. Would be. an
ideal location for a conveni-
ence store in the front of the
building, and a laundromat
in the.back portion. Selling
below replacement cost.
$22,000.

Remodeled 4 bdrm, 2 bath
home on 1.6 acres. Living
rm, den w-fireIlace, 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-
nance balance at 9 per
cent.

WEWAHITCHKA
Modern 3 bdrm, 2 bath
brick home on 134 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 12
acre lot w-9 large pecan
trees. 3 bdrm, 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.


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


1829 Hwy. 98 - MEXICO BEACH

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


R E


Home in White City on 4'
acres. Will sell on less land if
desired. 30 percent down. Will
take mobile home on trade if
suitable. Vic Burke. 229-8118.
2tc 4-5


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 Reid Ave. 227-1133
3tc 3-1



A 3

Substitute School Bus Dri-
vers needed. For application
and license information con-
tact Temple Watson, 229-8256.
2tp 4-12


>ok and
al busi-
es send


Needed: Summer co
two assistants 'for loci
ness. Interested parties
name and background
Box 945, Port St. Joe,
32456.





WANT TO BiIV


REPTILE COLLECTORS
live snakes and turtles want-
ed. Top prices paid. For infor-
mation, call Tallahassee 385-
0684. 3tc 3-29


Gas-driven 3 h.p. pump,
pumps 132 gallons per minute,
20' sucker hose, used 1 time,
like new. Also Wisconsin in-
dustrial air cool engine, new.
Call 648-5443. .2tc 4-12

Wrecked, can be repaired.
17' fiberglass boat, 75 h.p.
Johnson. Will trade for small
fresh water fishing rig, or will
consider buying. 648-5346.
2tp 4-12


14' aluminum boat, good
cond., also includes trailer,
$250.00. 229-6132. tfc 4-12

1975 Honda motorcycle, 360
cc, good cond., low mileage,,
$750.00. 229-6132. tfc 4-12

Air conditioner, 15,000 btu
Westinghouse. $300.00, used
only 2 months. Purchased in
1978. 227-1398 after 5:00.
2tp 4-12

One female Doberman, 9
weeks old, has had shots and
tail is cut, $50; 1 blond male
cocker spaniel and 1 brown
female cocker spaniel, both 1
yr., $30 ea.; 2 free hamsters,
both males, cage included.
Call 229-8530.

Garage Sale, Thursday and
Friday, 8:30 to 5:00, 1014
Marvin Avenue.

Garage Sale, Thursday and-
Friday, 1804 Marvin Avenue.

Porch Sale: Thursday and
Friday. 608 Madison St., Oak.
Grove.


to P.O. ltp 4-12
Florida
4tc 4-5 FOR SALE
One 9'x7' fiberglass garage
I door, like new. Complete with
installation booklet and all
hardware. $100.00. Call 229-
S8372 2tc 4-5


Better Boy and Homestead
tomato plants, bell, banana
and hot pepper plants for sale.
Call Jean Stebel at 227-1304
after 4 p.m. tfc 3-22


Red Wiglers. $1.50 per 100,
608 Madison St., Oak Grove.
Itp 4-12

3 Family Yard.Sale. Every
Sat. in April when sunny. New
and used small appliances,
clothes, dishes, books, misc.
Something for everyone. Bay
St., St. Joe Beach. 3tp 4-5

Body-length health vibrat-
ing machine, like new. Call
648-8945. 3tp 4-5


BANK REPOSSESS
$350 down, take up pay
call Dot Sanders or Pet
at 769-1544 or 763-1751.


Ladies exercise class
beaches. Call 648-56!
information.


SION
ments,
te Dier

2tc 4-5

on the
59 for
2t 4-5


An assortment of used lum-
ber. Some large timbers, etc.
Vic Burke, White City. 229-
8118. 2tc 4-5

Reduce safe and fast with
Go-Bese Tablets and E-Vap
"water pills". Campbell's
Drug. 5t 3-29

Trim off pounds with Go-
Bese Grapefruil Extra Stren-
gth Capsules and fast-acting
Tablets. Campbell's Drug.
5t 3-29


"The Great, Tide", written
by Rubylea Hall, former resi-
dent of Blountstown and Port
St. Joe is now available for
sale at the following places:
Pauline's Restaurant
Ready Arts and Crafts Shop
Pate's Service Station
Hickory House
The Star
Gulf Sands Rest., M.B.
Mexico Beach Groc., M.B.
Fiesta Food Store, M.B.
Kerigan Kargo, M.B.
-Beach Grocery;: St., Joe
Beach
Mrs. Eunice H. Brinson,
telephone 229-8663, Port St.


Joe.


3tp 3


SEVIE


Will do babysitting in my
home at 516 9th St. Good care
and nutritious meals. Contact
me at my home for informa-
tion. . tfc 4-5


SMITTY'S A-C & ELECTRIC
Sales and Service
Central air conditioning in-
stalled complete with duct
system.
Fedders Dealer
Central & window units
All types of electrical wiring
Phone 648-5024
2tp4-5

LEWIS FLOOR CLEANING
All Types
229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 9-20
Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday 4:00 P.M. EST
St. James Episcopal Church

LAWN MOWER
REPAIR SERVICE
Time to get those mowers
repaired & ready to make
yard work easier. Also re-
pairs on Outboard Motors.
Free Pick-up & Delivery
227-1783
Wallace Bishop 22'-1783
1st St.. White City

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
Jostallation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office" tfc 1-4


Carpentry Work Do
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757


Complete Wood Sh


Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?.
Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hwy. 98 W, 227-1763
tfc 8-5


Call for.
TRACTOR WORK
648-5873
tfc 2-15

SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


ne Griffin's Refrigeration &
� Air Conditioning Repair
All Types Appliance Repair
Heating & Cooling Contractor
tfc 2-2 Electrical Contractor
Authorized GE & Hotpoint
Service
lop Phone 229-8586


tfc 3-15

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.)
CAREFOOTSEPTIC TANK
Septic Tank Cleaning
Phone 229-8007
tfc 11-30
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work - Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on duty all day
. every day

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


Pompano net, 640 yds. long,
46 mesh deep. 177 nylon, 45,s
mesh, $400. I. C. Lupton, 502
8th St., Port St. Joe. 4tp 4-5

24' 1974 Coachman travel
trailer, roof a.c., awning, fully
self contained; rock tumbler
polisher, half gal. size; 648-
5110, Mexico Beach Trailer
Park. 4tp 3-29

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

Three year old, 7t's grey.
Arabian mare, green broke,
gentle. Phone 227-1278, 8-5;
227-1355 or 227-1768 after 5.

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


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

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 Rettv ilhertf


648-5047


DRAPERIES-R
and custom made.
section of swatches
from. Roche's Fur
Appliance Store,
Avenue, phone 227


-29 1973 gieen Mus
condition, clean.
maine Lemieux a
after 5 p.m.


1 1975 Pinto, 25 m.p
highway, am-fm
track. $1,950. 648-53
p.m.

75 Chevrolet, I
base pickup, 350 er
brake, auto trans.
1234.

1966 Cadillac seda
4 dr., good cond., $7
offer. 648-5332.


Why live in the
city? Move your mo


THAMES HOTEL
Daily - Weekly -
Monthly Rates
Air Conditioned
Television
302 Reid Ave. 229-8723
tfc 1-4
Real nice 22' camper parked
on Gulf side of Hwy. C-30,
sleeps 4, completely furnish-
ed, including all linen, tak-
ing reservations for sum-
mer beginning now thru
Sept. By day with 2 day
min., by the week and by the
month. Ski. Breeze Camp
Sites. 904-229-6105.
tfc 3-29
---- -- __ i


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

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


Public, Notices


NOTICE I
Persons wishing to file as
tfc 7-15 candidates for City Commis-
7-15 sioner in the election to be held
leady made May 8, 1979, for the following
Large sel- offices: One Mayor Commis.
s to choose sioner, One Commissioner
Group I, One Commissioner
rniture and Group II, of the City of Port St.*
209 Reid Joe, Florida, must do so on or
-1730. tfc 1-4 before April 18, 1979. Forms
for filing are available in the
E City Clerk's Office, Municipal
Building, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida.
-s- C. W. BROCK,
SCity Auditor and Clerk 4t 3-22
stang, A-1 NOTICE
Call Char- Notice is hereby given that the City
Commission of the City of Port St. Joe
it 229-8002 sitting as the Board of Adjustment will
ltp4-12 hold a public hearing at the City Hall,
Port St. Joe, Florida. at 8:00 P.M.,
Tuesday, April 17, 1979, to determine
>.g. city, 31 whether the City will authorize a
stereo 8- deviation to Zoning Ordinance No. 5 for
27 after variance to allow the Wewahitchka State
Sater 5 Bank to utilize a- Mobile Unit as
2tp 4-5 temporary quarters could be construct-
ed, approximately 9 months, on Lots 23,
ongwheel 25, 27 and 29, Block 26.
longwheel .s- C. W. BROCK,
ng., power City Auditor and Clerk 2t 4.5
Call 227-
NOTICE
tfc 2-22 Notice is hereby given that the City
Commission of the City of Port St. Joe,
n Deville sitting as the Board of Adjustment, will
in eve, hold a pu blic hearing at the City Hall,
'00 or best Port St. Joe, Florida, at 8:00 P.M.,
Tuesday, April 17, 1979, to determine
whether the City will authorize a
tfc 1-18 deviation to Zoning Ordinance No. 5 for
variance to construct to within 13'11" of
each sideline of Lot 8, Block 110.
-s-. C. W. BROCK,
City Auditor and Clerk 2t 4-5

U . NOTICE
As of this date, April 5, 1979, I will not
be responsible for any debts Incurred by
crowded anyone other than myself.
bile home JERRY GARRETT
4tc 4-5


to peace, quiet and tran-
quility. Water, garbage collec-
tions, yard mowed, live lei-
surely. Gulf privileges. Only
VA approved mobile home
park in Gulf County. Ski
Breeze Meadows Trailer Park
9 miles southeast of Port St.
Joe on Hwy. C-30. Come out
and enjoy the quiet. Cal? 229-
6105. tfc 2-22

No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
227-1251. tfc 10-23
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc 3-16


Beautiful Spanish Design
mobile home for rent, a-
cross from the Gulf of Mexi-
co. 2 bdrm, 11� bath, every-
thing furnished including
TV and linen. Taking reser-
vations now for the months
of April, May, June, July &
Sept. We rent this one by the
day with 2 day min., by the
week or by the month.
Phone 904-229-6105. Ski
Breeze Campsite, 9 miles s.
of Port St. Joe, Hwy. C-30.
tfc 3-29


REGISTRATION OF
FICTITIOUS NAMES
We, the undersigned, being dulh
sworn, do hereby declare that JOY ARi
CERAMICS, located In White City. wltt&
mailing address, P. 0. Box 751, Port St:-
.Joe, Florida 32456, and' the extent of
interest is 100 percent by Jeanetti
Antley.
4t 4-S
INVITATION TO BID
FOOD SERVICE CONTRACT, GULF
COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS ASSOC.,.
INC.
TITLE III-C FOOD
NUTRITION PROGRAM
The Gulf County Senior Citizens
Association, Inc. Is now soliciting bid.
for food contracts for the period, 1I
October, 1979 and ending 30 September;
1980.
Bid forms can be Vicked up from the.
office, Gulf County Senior Citizens Of-
fice, upstairs Motel St. Joe, Port St. Joe;.
Florida. Bids must be returned to thli
office no later than 10:00 A.M., E.S.T., 11
April, 1979. Bids must be In a sealed;
envelope clearly marked Bid No. 4-F.,
If any additional information I;
needed, please call Jack Hall, telephone
number 229-8466 or Mr. Robert MP
Moore, telephone number 229-8181.
The Gulf County Senior Citizen;
Association reserves the right to reject.
any or all Bids. Final authority fotr
awarding of contract rests with the
Health & Rehabilitative Services. '-
t4..



GARAGE SALE

133 Bellamy Circle
Friday from 9 to 5
Saturday from 8 to 1

Values up to $65 going
for almost nothing!'
ra mos


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


"Ithink it was something I ateof."



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


I MISC. FOR sALE- I


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 12. 1979


PAGE SIX









THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1979.


PAGE SEVEN


.Going to Close Dam to Fishing Unless We Get
9.oClseDa.t


:County Commissioner Jim-
my Gortman stated Tuesday,
"rn going to vote to close the
Dead Lakes Dam to fishing
unless we can get some help."
..The help Gortmran was
referringg to was aid in keeping
people from making a gar-
*Iage dump of the area and
parking their vehicles on the
bridge while they go fishing.
Gortman said the sloppy
housekeeping of the fishermen'
keeps the area smelly and in a
mess and the practice of
parking on the bridge ob-


structs traffic and is extreme-
ly dangerous.
Gortman received the sup-
port of the entire Commission
in calling for the Sheriff's
Department, the Wewahitch-
ka City Police and the Game
Commission officers in polic-
ing the area. "Make a case
against those people who mess
up the area and park their
vehicles on the bridge and
you'll stop the problem",
Gortman said.
TRIES MANEUVER
Commissioner Leo Kennedy


attempted a maneuver to
side-step a requirement made
at the last meeting by the
Board which would require
that all new subdivision
streets be paved by the
developer before the County
would accept the plat.
Kennedy made a motion
that a subdivision could be
accepted if it was written into
the acceptance the county
would not pave the streets. If
the streets were paved in the
future, the property owners
would be assessed for the


paving costs.
Kennedy's motion died for
lack of a second.
SUBDIVISION FILED
Robert Nations of Florida
Engineer Associates of We-
wahitchka. was the first to be
turned down .under the more
stringent subdivision re-
quirements which requires an
examination of all plats by the
County Administrative Assis-
tant Tommy Pitts to see if the
plat comes within the require-
ments.
Nations presented a plat of a


subdivision inside the city
limits of Wewahitchka stating
the Wewahitchka City Com-
mission had approved the plat
and didn't come under the new
requirements because it was
inside the Wewahitchka cor-
porate limits.
Chairman Billy Branch and
Commissioner Birmingham
both expressed the fear the
county would have a liability
in the matter if their man
didn't examine the plat before
filing.
Nations didn't much like it.


-Heard a report from At-
torney Rish that he had
contacted Representative
Leonard Hall and Lt. Gov.
Wayne Mixson about the prob-
lem in getting a dredging
permit for St. Joseph Harbor.
He said they have contacted
the Department of Natural
Resources and are now await-
ing an answer. Which is what
everyone else has been doing.


, Left to right: Rick Williams, assistant most valuable player and free throw
coach; Tony Larry, most improved; Willie champion; Chuck Pollock, best 'rebounder
Boykins, most enthusiastic; Cleveland Riley, and William Lane, head coach.


Red Cross, Hospital Get


By LESLIE COSTIN
On Friday night, April 6, the
Port St. Joe Sharks Varsity
Basketball team was given a
banquet in their honor.
On the menu was barbecue
chicken, macaroni and
cheese, ham, baked beans,
slaw, rolls, tea, and banana
pudding.
The Commons Area was
decorated in the team's colors
of purple, white and gold.
Each wall held a picture of the
players in their team uniform
and a table held the numerous
trophies that the team had
won.
The main speaker was Don
Rich and the featured guest
speaker was David Fernan-
dez.
Coach William Lane and
assistant coach Rick Williams
.gave awards during the dinner
and each player was noted for
his outstanding ability during
the season.
The most valuable player
award went to Cleveland
Riley, who also won the best


free throw award.
Chuck Pollock was honored
with the best rebounder award
and Tony Larry was the most
improved.
The most enthusiastic was
Willie Boykins.
The following team mem-
bers lettered for the 78-79
season: Cleveland Riley, Tony
Larry, Chuck Pollock, Willie
Boykins, Ricky Larry and
Kenny Parker. Other mem-
bers of the team include: Rick
Taylor, Castledera Gant,
Michael Harris, John Pittman
and Kent Thomas.
The Sharks finished the
season 19-8 and held the
District and Regional cham-
pionships and the Sectfonal
runners-up.
After all the team awards
were given, the cheerleaders
presented the team with en-
graved key chains.
Mrs. Rich, the cheerleader
sponsor, presented the cheer-
leaders with awards for their
cheering efforts through the
season.


Ielp"
-County Administrative
Assistant Tommy Pitts said
spraying for mosquitoes
would start next week.
-Heard a request relayed
to the Board by Chairman
Branch that that portion of
Highway 98 between Pine
Street to the Wonder Bar and
from the Lighthouse Road to
the Overstreet Road be desig-
nated as "no passing" zones.


Together On
Siipj6ly6of whtdle bIod 'for .At.the me
transfusions at Municipal Hos- day, Blount t
pital is now being provided by the county
the American Red Cross blood supply Red C
service on a temporary basis, 500 pints of
pending arrangements with participate i
the Red Cross for a permanent The blood is
arrangement, according to H. county on a m
L. Anderson, Red Cross repre- small' charge
tentative in Gulf County. unit for adr
Anderson arranged a meet- handling exp
ing last Tuesday night with Blount said
representatives from the Red now maintain
Cross, the Hospital and local five pints o
industry to begin making hospital at
plans for setting up the hospital is to
permanent arrangement for Cross invent
blood services. City in an em
Jim Blount, regional coor- Blount expl
dinator for the blood program committee mu
of Red Cross was at the manage bloo
meeting Tuesday to explain county during
some of the procedures the the match r
county and hospital would Cross.
have to follow. Hospital la
According to Richard Zyski, cian, Tracy P
hospital administrator, the ed chairman
local hospital has been using tee, with the
the Red Cross blood service on bers to be ni
a temporary basis since Jan- date.
uary 1 of this year, until the Blount said
permanent arrangement can back in Port S
be made. for a further


Bloo
meeting last-.',eueq -
old those present
would have to
Cross with about
blood a year to
n the program.
supplied to the
latch basis with a
e made on each
ministrative and
enses.
A the Red Cross
is an inventory of
of blood in the
all times. The
draw on the Red
ory in Panama
nergency.
ained that a local
ust be created to
d drives in the
Sthe year to meet.
eieds with Red

boratory techni-
Pierce, was nam-
of the commit-
remaining mem-
iamed at a later

i he would be-
t. Joe on April 19
r meeting with


od Supply
local officials to further expe-
dite the arrangements be-
tween Municipal Hospital and
the Red Cross.

White City VFD

Cooking Fish
The White City Volunteer
Fire Department will have a
fish fry Friday, April 20.
Plates will be $1.50 and will
be ready to, serve at 12:00
noon. Delivery service will be
available.
Tickets will be on sale this
week and next by Volunteer
Fire Department members.
Proceeds will go to the Tim
-Strange fund.

Rummage Sale

for Cruise Club
Sr. Cruise Club will be
having a rummage sale Sa-
turday, April 14 beginning at
9:30 a.m.
If anyone has anything to
donate, contact Edwina Mat-
lock at 229-6383 for pick up.


REGISTRATION


FAITH CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

1979-80 School Year


Friday, April 20
4-6 P.M.


AT


Saturday, April 21
10- 12 A. M.


Faith Bible Church
20th St. and Marvin Ave.
229-6707


Kindergarten
Ages 4-5


Elementary
Grades 1-5


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,Riley, Larry, Pollock, Boykins, Larry


Presented Cage Awards At Banquet Friday


claiming the Commission was
changing rules in mid-stream
on him. He said he had
presented such a plat recently
and had it approved without
any hassle.
Birmingham said, "We re-
quire paving outside the city.
We can't allow the cities to put
sub-standard areas on our
books without paving and
expect us to do it later. It isn't
fair to the developers outside
the cities."
The Commission finally de-
cided to send a letter to both
cities in the County requiring
that all subdivisions in their
limits must be approved by
their officer before being
presented to them for accept-
ance and that it must meet
their regulations.
WHITE CITY
In another road problem,
residents of White City had
requested the speed limit
through their community be
lowered to 25 miles per hour to
stop the speeding vehicles
through their community.
Attorney Rish was instruct-
ed to request the DOT to make
'a survey of the area. Rish
reported back to the meeting
Tuesday that a survey showed
85 percent of the people going
through White City exceeded
the speed limit.
Sheriff Ken Murphy said
this was somewhat mis-lead-
ing. "The average speed of
vehicles through White City is
43 miles per hour in a 40 miles
per speed zone. The fastest
vehicle clocked in the survey
was travelling 59 miles per
hour." Sheriff Murphy then
asked, "How are you going to
arrest a motorist for going 43
miles per hour in a 40 mile
zone?"
He has a problem.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters
the Board:


REGISTRATION FEE - $15.00


SUMMER SCHOOL PHONICS

June 18 -July 27
Grades 1-6


PUNCH

POWDER
DETERGENT


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BOX





880


Announcing .


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Is now affiliated with

Genie 's Beauty Shop
220 Reid Avenue

Call for appointment Monday
thru Saturday 229-8582
8 til 5





PAGE EIGHT


THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 12. 1979


YOUR

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Through these doors pass
the friendliest people we
know... our customers.
They know we're always
ready to serve as a handy
, one-slop shopping center,


IL)


or as a health headquarters
in time of need.
Stop in today and meet eur
Registered Pharmacist ...
You can rely on him to lill
your next prescription ac-
curalely and promptly from
his complete, fresh stock of
pharmaceuticals.


SBUZZETT'S
DRUG STORE
Ph. 229-8771 317 Williams


....Women's Slow

Pitch Tourney
S. There will be a Class B
: Women's Slow Pitch Softball
tournament to be held on April
20, 21, 22, 1979 in Port St: Joe.
All proceeds will be going to
Sthe Dixie Youth Baseball
SLeague. -
For more information
please call Port St. Joe
229-8043, 229-6805, or 229-6129.


,' Absentee Ballots for the Regular
Election to be held May 8, 1979, may be
applied for in person or by mail from the
S. . City Clerk's Office, Port St. Joe, Florida,
at any time during. 20 days prior to the
* Election until 5 days before the Election.
S(15 days) Aprik 18, 1979, until 5:00 P.M.,
E.D.T., May 3,1979. If there is a Run-Off
" Election, Absentee Ballots may be
applled.for from May 9, 1979, until 5:00
P.M., E.D.T., May 18, 1979. Completed
Absentee Ballots must be in the City
Clerk's Office by 5;00 P.M., E.D.T., May
. 3,1979, for the Regular Election and by
5:00 P.M.,'E.D.T.,.May 18, 1979, if there
is a Run-Off Election.
' C.1. Brock
city Auditor and Clerk
" . ., . 4tc 4-12

' NOTICEOF REGULAR
S. : . ' MUNICIPAL ELECTION
- Notice is.hereby given that the first
primary of the election of the following
will be held at the City Hall Fire Station
in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, on
I' Tuesday, May 8, 1979: One Mayor
. Commissioner, One Commissioner
S 'Group I and One Commissioner Group
II. The Polls Will open at 7:00 A.M. and
will close at 7:00 P.M., E.D.T. When
there are more than two candidates for
any one office and neither shall receive a
majority of the total votes cast for such
office,-then another election shall be held
two weeks from the date of the first
election, or May 22, 1979, at which time
the two candidates receiving the largest
number of votes in the former election
shall be voted on again.
C.W. Brock
:,City Auditor and Cerk 4tc4.12

;NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
-NOTICE is hereby given that on the
27th day of March, 1979, pursuant to a
Writ of Execution issued in the County
Court of Gulf County, Florida, Case No.
78-135, in the cause of Merit' Finance
Company, Plaintiff, v. George Neel
S, and-or Brenda Neel, Defendant, I, KEN
MURPHY, Sheriff of Gulf County;
Florida, levied upon the property of the
defendant, to-wit:
' One (1) 16 ft. Crosby Fiberglass
Boat with Johnson Outboard Motor,
. FL.6858AM with Boat Trailer.
SOn the 14th day of May, 1979, at Two
O'Clock (2:00) in the afternoon pn the
steps of the Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe, Florida, I will offer for sale
said property for cash to the highest
S' -bidder, subject to all prior liens, if any,
to satisfy said Writ of Execution.
Ken Murphy, Sheriff
Gulf County, Florida 4tc 4.12


. "I do more

than help you

get the best

insurance

buy for your

. money;'

I help with
claims, too. i'm an.
Independent
Insurance Agent. In
business for myself.
Trying to do a better
job for you than
anyone else in town.
I don't work for
just one company.
I work for you.



(YOURpendent
\Insurne /AGENT
SERVES YOU FIRST

Hannon Insurance
Agency
221 Reid Ave. Ph. 227-1133


Sharks Have 3-2 Record




from Week of Games


Port St. Joe's baseball
Sharks compiled a .600 win
average during the past week.
The Sharks whipped up on
Wewahitchka, Bowling Green,
Ky., and Florida High, while
.dropping a 10-4 decision to
Wakulla County and a 9-7
decision: to Owensboro, Ky.
Last Thursday, the Sharks
defeated their county rival,
Wewahitchka 10-4 behind the
pitching of Steve Peak.
Wewahitchka got on the
scoreboard first, picking up a
run in the first inning.
The Sharks weren't long in
retaliating, when a RBI sin-
gle by Allen Sisk and a RBI
double by Castledara Gant put
two runs on the board.
The Gators took the lead for
the second and last time in the
top of the third,- when they
pushed three runs across the
plate to take a 4-2 lead. That
was the last of the Gator
scoring, but the Sharks were
just beginning.
In the bottom of the third,
the Sharks added one to their
'total when *Chuck 'Pollock
doubled, driving in Ashley


second, two in the fourth and
five in the fifth.
The Sharks' four runs all
came in the fifth inning. The
big stroke was by Peak, who
lashed out a double, driving in
three runs.

ST. JOE 11,
BOWLING GREEN, KY. 1
The Sharks jumped on visit-
ing Bowling Green. Ky., Tues-
day at .noon, in their first
game of a day of baseball,


featuring five teams here in
Shark stadium.
Chuck Pollock was on the
mound for his first game of the
season, and gave up only four
hits and one un-earned run in
the third inning.
The Sharks exploded for five
big runs in the second inning.
The inning was high-lighted by
a clutch single by Castledera
Gant, which drove in a run and
a three run double by Steve
Peak which came with two


Kevin Watts slides into home safely in a
game against Bowling Green, Ky., Tuesday.


Abrams. In the fifth, the
Sharks tied the ball game with
a line drive homer over the
left field fence by Chuck
Pollock.
The Sharks put the game
away in the sixth with four
runs. Casteldara Gant walked,
Kevin Watts singled and Ash-
ley Abrams reached first on
an error, loading the bases.
Steve Peak slashed an RBI
single, and Pollock singled to
score another. "Smokey" Ga-
thers reached base on an
error, scoring another run.
Allen Sisk drove in the last run
.of the inning with a single.
Chuck Pollock had the big
bat for the Sharks with a
single, double and home run.

WAKULLA 10, ST. JOE 4
The score was turned
around on the Sharks Satur-
day afternoon in the Wakulla
War Eagles back yard. The
Eagles won, 10-4.
David Fowler, who has been
tbugh on the mound this year,
was mauled by the Wakulla
batters, giving up two runs in
the first inning, one in the


Hutto Here


April 19

Congressman Earl Hutto
has announced that he will be
at various locations in North-
west Florida during the Dis-
trict Work Period scheduled
by Congress for the week of
April 16th to meet with
constituents. Anyone wishing
to talk with Congressman
Hutto may do so in the County
Commission meeting room in
the Courthouse Thursday, Ap-
ril 19 from 9 to 11 a.m.


Get Degrees

From FSU


outs.
The Sharks added three
insurance runs in the fourth
and two in the sixth.

ST. JOE 4, FLA. HIGH, 1
The Sharks' tough defense
and rattling bats helped Steve
. Peak to his sixth win of the
season against one loss, as the
Sharks bumped the Florida
High Demons Tuesday.
S It. was the fourth inning
before the Sharks got on the
scoreboard, then they took
care of their scoring for the
game.
Chuck Pollock reached base
on an error and was driven
home by David Fowler's hit to
day, right field. Kevin Roberson
pumped a single, Ashley Ab-


The umpire is convinced Kevin made it in
plenty of time. -Star photo


rams walked, Tim Beard hit to
load the bases and Gant
singled to drive in a run.
Pollock again reached base on
an error and scored on ano-
ther. Watts capped the big
inning of scoring with a
sacrifice fly.
Gant had two hits and Tim
Beard three, to lead the Shark
batting.

OWENSBORO, KY. 9,
PORT ST. JOE, 7
In a game which ended in
the wee hours of 'the morning
Wednesday and started short-
ly before midnight Tuesday,
the visiting Owensboro, Ky.,
Wildcats used a big fourth
inning to defeat the Sharks, 9-7
in the finale of the day of


baseball.-
The Sharks jumped out in
front in the top of the second
with two runs and for three
and a half innings, it looked as
if the Sharks had put the game
on ice.
Then, in the bottom of the
fourth, the Cats bounced back
with four big runs. They added
two more jn the fifth, to put the
Sharks in trouble, 6-2.
The Sharks came back in
the bottom of the fifth to score
five runs and take a one run
lead. Gant, Watts and Ronald
Miller led the offensive, but
their surge just wasn't
enough.
Owensboro came back in the
sixth to score three runs and
take their 9-6 win.


Florida State University
awarded, degrees to approxi-
mately 1,179 students in De-
cember, 1978.
Those students from Port St.
Joe receiving diplomas were,:
Nancy Ann Keiser of Mexico
Beach, BSin nursing; Boyd K.
Bulger of Port St. Joe, BS in
accounting; Frankie H. Fen-
nell- of Port St. Joe, MA in
History; Jan Hammock of
Port- St. Joe, BS in art
education; and Janet Sutton of
Port St. Joe, BS in home
economics education.


Wewa League

Opens Friday
The Wewahitchka Junior
Major League home season
begins this Friday night, at
the T. L. James Park in
Wewa. The Wewa Coca Cola
team will take on the Tyndall
Drive-Inn from Panama City,
beginning at 7:00 p.m. CST.
Come out and support the
team, and enjoy an exciting
game of baseball. A conces-
sion stand will be provided, so
why cook? Come and eat with
us! No admission charged.


Tourney May

18-19 In Wewa
The Wewahitchka Junior
Major League will be sponsor-
.ing a men's and women's
Class B and C softball tourna-
ment, May 18 and 19, at the T.
L. James softball complex in
Wewahitchka.
Registration will be $50.00,
plus two ASA approved balls.
For more information or to
register your team, contact
Beverly Pitts, 639-2895, after
4:30 p.m., or Andy Thomas,
639-5274, after 5:30 p.m. CST.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR GULF COUN-
TY
Civil Action
Cast No. 79-59 .
Capers Allen, Plaintiff
vs .
Lillie Allen, if living, and if deceased,
any unknown party who may claim as
heir, devisee, grantee, assignee, lienor,
creditor, trustee, or other claimant, by
through, or against her; and all parties
having or claiming to have any right,
title or interest in the property described
below:
defendant
NOTICE OF SUIT - PROPERTY
To: Lillie Allen, et. al
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
than an'action to Quite Title to the
following property in Gulf County,
Florida:
Lot Nine (9) in Block One Thosand
and Nine (1009) of Miliview Addi-
tion, Unit No. 1 of City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, according to 'the
Official Map on file in the Office of
Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida.
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any to It, on the plaintiff's"
attorney, whose name and address is:
Hon. Mel -C. Magidson, Jr:
413 Williams Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(904) 229.8084
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before May 12,
1979: otherwise a judgement may be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court on April 4, 1979.
George Y. Core
Clerk of Circuit Court
4tc 4-12
NOTICE
The Wewahitchka State Bank has
applied to the Federal Deposit insurance
Corporation for permission to change
the location of the approved Port St. Joe
branch to 529 5th Street, Port St. Joe,
Fla. Application for change in location
was accepted by the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corp. on April 2, 1979. ,
Any person wishing to comment pn
this application may file his or her
comments in writing with the Regional
Director of the Federal Deposit Insur-
ance Corporation at it's regional office
located at 233 Peachtree Street, N.E.,
Peachtree Center, Harris Tower, Suite
2400, Atlanta, Ga. 30303. If any person
desires to protest the granting of this
application he or she has a right to do so
if he or she f;les a written notice of his or
her intent with the regional director on
or before May 3, 1979. The nonconfiden-
tial portions of the application are on file
in the regional office (at the above
address) as part of the public file
maintained by the Corporation. This file
is available for public inspection during
regular business hours.
21Ct4-12

NOTICE TO BID NO. 249
The City Commission of the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, will accept bids or
proposals for the sale of Lots 7 thru 20'(14
lots 50' x 117.5'), Block 1011 City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, to developers who wish
to utilize said lots for the construction of
homes, apartments or town houses for,
rent or sale to the residents of Port St.
* Joe.
All proposals should state: type struck
tures to be built; length of time required
for construction; price offered to the city
for the land; any other data which the
bidder wishes to submit.
Any action will be bpsed on the total
proposal and not just the price. The City
will not accept bids from speculators
who wish to hold the land without
* development.
All bids should be in the Office of the
City Clerk prior to 8:00 P.M., April 17,
1979.
The City reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
-s- Frank Pate, Jr., Mayor
Attest: C. W. Brock, City Clerk


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend


LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Jerome Canter,
Minister of Music


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. APRIL 12. 1979


(County,



lAgreemei

-' After nearly, six months of negotiating,'
' i Gulf County Commission last Thursday
Aight gave its permission for Mexico Beach to
If, a sewer line through the beaches into the
lPort St. Joe wastewater treatment plant.
: The Commission gave the permission
*o-king to the future when the beaches will
Jjjve sanitary sewer and can tie into the
'3xico, Beach main for transportation of
,i4dr sewage into the Port St. Joe plant for
treatment .
The Commission also agreed to give
Mexico Beach a franchise to sell 'treated
iiater to the communities in the beaches area,
ajpcifically to the, new Gulf Aire subdivision
- r Beacon Hill. 'The community also is
Afanning to make, water available to' other
, eas in the beaches vicinity.
Commissioner Doug Birmingham cast
fi only dissenting vote to the agreement. He


5 he Board of County Com-
lssioners of Gulf County,
rida -met March 16 in
1cial meeting with the fol-
,vinng members present: Wil-
SR, Branch, Chairman,
* uglas C. Birmingham, Jim-
S~~y. 0. Gortman, James L.
Iankersley, and Leo Kennedy.
Ohers present were: George
. X zCore, Clerk, and Tommy
4tts, Administrative Assist-
'"' az-Mosquito Control Direc-

. Sihe meeting came to order
,a7:00 p.m. The Clerk opened
S. meeting with prayer,
f oiowed by the pledge to the
' he Clerk reminded the
S' ard that the electricity bill
the old courthouse for
S obruary was $613.28.
' he Clerk read a letter from
S Department of Health
ininding the Board that
'ns0t. pprate, a., amb1u-
, e'sxervce' has. in been.
it�S " Th Chairman said
was being attended to at
S'its time.
JSlpon motion by Commis-
S tgiser Gortman, seconded by
q, * mmissioner Tankersley,
iarl unanimously carried, the
ioard approved the District
iU-A Mental Health Board's
iNdalth Plan for the 1979-1980
year.
:-The Board discussed the
: k Grove Water and Sewer
System lift station on property
purchased from Jessie Ander-
" sin. Mrs. Anderson reported
tat a fence around the lift
station was not located cor-
tjetly. The Chairman said this
matter will be taken care of.
:The Chairman said that the
next business would be to
S consider the selection of the
Engineering firms that filed
b0Ochures with the Board at
ifi meeting of March 13, to be
interviewed at a later date.
/f er consideration, the Board
requested the Administrative
Assistant to make a study of.
each firm as to qualifications
a -d that the top five be set for
* Dterviews on March 22 begin-
flifg at 7:00 p.m.
rCommissioner Birmingham
discussed the County recrea-
Etioal program. He said that
(his Board is one of the
Riancial sponsors of this
program and should have
agiething to say as to its
operation and programs. He
ijr told the Board that the
Wewahitchka Little League
Baseball season opened today,
btrt that the Wewahitchka
Director of the County Recre-
itional Program had done
,i.ibing to assist this group in
getting started. The Board
detected that a letter be


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at to Lay Sewer, Water Lines


had questions of the amount of damage to
county roads and road shoulders and
inconvenience caused to Gulf County citizens
during construction.
Birmingham said the county should have
some kind of protection for its residents.
Birmingham also opposed any suggestion
of forcing people to pay for sewage service
whether they want it or not. Birmingham's
objection was taken because of a. requirement
of Farmers Home Administration, who lends
money for these projects, which requires all
people who can hook. to the services when
provided to do so or pay their portion of the
loan money.
Birmingham suggested a public hearing
in Gulf County to find out the feelings of
residents in the three communities - St. Joe
Beach, Beacon Hill and Gulf Aire. The
attempt was voted down.


written to Honorable -Walter
Wilder, Superintendent of
Schools, asking him to look
into this matter and direct
that some consideration be
given to the Little League.
The Board discussed a re-
quest by a land owner in the
Hanlon Estate property on the
Dead Lakes. The owner re-
quested the County to pave all
roads in an unrecorded sub-
division in payment for the
County extending a road right
of way across his. property
line. The Road Superintendent
explained that he used the
same easement width on this
property as the road that
connects this new County
road, but later learned that
the new road was not as wide
as the old road. The Board
directed the Road Superinten-
dnet to pull the right of way off
this property and to repair any
damage done. *
The'Board did then consider'
'. adoptingtwonew. priority lists
for road construction and
resurfacing;' one list to con-
tain projects for a proposed
bond issue and the second list
for projects to be done by the
County Road Department; the
Board considered each prior-
ity as listed in Resolution 79-2,
dated February 27, 1979, and
certain other roads 'and
streets not listed in said
resolution. After very lengthy
consideration, two lists were
selected. A copy of the lists
are on file in the Clerk's office.
Motion by Commissioner
Branch, second by Commis-
sioner Tankersley, that if the
Bond Issue Program fails all
priorities ,will revert to those
listed in Resolution 79-2. Vote:
Aye - Branch, Tankersley.
Nay - Kennedy, Gortman, and.
Birmingham. (Failed)
There was a motion by
Commissioner Birmingham,
second by Commissioner
Gortman, that if the bond
issue fails priorities set at this
meeting will remain in effect,
but without designation as to
contract and County work.
Vote: Unanimously carried.
There was a motion by
Commissioner Gortman, se-
cond by Commissioner Bir-
mingham. that James Drive


(not listed on priority list) be
established as number 21
on the bond list. Vote: Unani-
mously carried.
There was a motion by
Commissioner Branch, second
by Commissioner Kennedy,
that all unpaved streets in
Beacon Hill, St. Joe Beach,
and Highland View be added
to the bond list as number 22.
Vote: Aye - Branch, Kennedy,
Tankersley, and Gortman.
Nay - Birmingham. Commis-
sioner Birmingham said he
could not vote for this motion
because it was too broad to
know what was involved.
The Chairman requested the
Administrative Assistant give
-the Board an estimate of the
cost of this program.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.
. �The Board of County Coin.
nissioniers 'f Gulf County
Florida,. met Marth. 22 in
special session for the purpose
of interviewing engineering
firms who were selected from
the: respondents to the Com-
mission's advertising for en-
gineering services. The fol-
lowing members were pre-
sent: William R. Branch,
Chairman, James L. Tanker-
sley, Douglas C. Birmingham,
and Jimmy 0. Gortman. Also
in attendance was Adminis-
trative" Assistant Tommy
Pitts.
The meeting was called- to


Another possible community will be
affected by the sewer main being laid to Port
St. Joe. A study is currently being authorized
by the County to make a study of Highland
View with the possibility of hooking that
* community on the sewer main and providing
a collection system for the community.
The Mexico Beach proposal is to run a
10-inch sewer main along the state right of r
way on Highway 98 to the sewage treatment
plant at Port St. Joe. The City of Port St. Joe
has told Mexico Beach they will accept the
raw sewage for treatment if it is brought to
the plant. Port St. Joe and Mexico Beach are
currently in negotiations to work out a fee for
the' treatment service.
The sewer main would require a pumping
station in the eastern part of Mexico Beach
and one in Highland View, to force the sewage
along the line.


The system is now in its planning stages.
Previously Mexico Beach had plans for an
irrigation disposal system, similar to the City
of Lynn Haven. but problems with the Lynn
Haven site has turned their attention in the
direction of Port St. Joe's treatment plant.
Estimated costs for the project -would be in
the vicinity of $3.4 million.
Commissioner Leo Kennedy said a recent
survey at the beaches revealed that "90
percent" of the residents there favored water
at almost any cost. primarily to take them off
water wells and to enhance fire protection by
adding fire hydrants.
The plan was presented to the County
Commissioners in a special meeting Thurs-
day night by Mexico Beach Mayor Bob Hale
and their engineer. Gil Mauriello of J. B.
Converse Company.


Pvt. Michael D. Todd

Completes OSUT Course


Pvt. Michael Todd


order at 7:00. p.m. Commis-
sioner Gortman opened the
meeting with prayer and the
pledge of allegiance to the
flag.
Pitts reported to the Com-
missioners that in accordance
with their instructions, he had
selected the five most quali-
fied engineering firms from
those who had submitted
statements and had scheduled
interviews with those firms
beginning at 7:00 p.m. A copy
of the firms making presenta-
tions-is op file in the Clerk's"
.office. - " . , _' -.
Each firm was given the
opportunity to make a formal
presentation and this was
followed by a question and
answer period. The Board
decided that they would rank
the top three firms according
to qualifications at their next
regular meeting and at that
time set up a meeting for the
purpose of negotiating with
the number one firm.
There being no further
business, the meeting did then
adjourn.


Pvt. Michael D. Todd, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Coy C. Todd,
1019 Long Ave., Port St. Joe,
recently completed One Sta-
tion Unit Training (OSUT)at
Fort Benning,,Ga.
OSUT is a 12-week period
which combines basic combat
training and advanced indivi-
dual training.
The training included wea-
pons qualifications, squad tac-
tics, patrolling, landmine war-
fare, field communications
and combat operations. This
qualifies thb soldier as a light
weapons infantryman and as
an indirect fire crewman.
Soldiers were taught to
perform any of the duties in a


rifle or mortar squad.
Todd entered the Army in
December of last year.
The private attended Gulf
Coast Community College in
Panama City.


Mark Twain published, "The
Adventures of Tom Sawyer"
100 years ago in 1876. It be-
came a best seller in the same
year!


Good Sam Club Having I

Annual Mini - Samboree


The Northwest Area of the
Florida Good Sam Club will be
holding their annual Mini-
Samboree at the Long Beach
(formerly Ramada) Camp Inn
on Alt. Hwy. 98 at Panama
City Beach on May 4, 5, and 6.
All interested RV campers are
invited to attend and to
participate in the fun and
fellowship during the games,
RV show, entertainment door
prizes, Friday nite "Good Sam
Carnival Supper", Saturday
nite catered chicken dinner,
and informative highway
safety and CPR programs that
will be held during the camp-
ing weekend.
For additional information
and registration forms the
public is asked to contact
Chuck Herrington at (904)
785-3995 or write to 5213 Collins
Drive, Panama City, 32401.
Campers interested in form-


ing a new Good Sam Chapter
in the Port St. Joe, Eastpoint,
Apalachicola and Wewahitch-
ka area should also contact
Herrington, area director, for
further information and as-
sistance.
CARD OF THANKS
Our sincere appreciation is
extended to our many friends
who helped in restraining the
fire that came close to des-
troying our homes last Satur-
day afternoon.
Special thanks go to John
Paul Blount for his quick
action in reporting the fire
near our property. We would
like to thank the Port St. Joe
SFire Department and the St.
Joe Paper Company Wood-
land Division for their quick
response to our call.
Betty Roberts
Mr. and Mrs. N.E. Dykes


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Join Your Friends

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Happy Hour

Every Tues. - Wed. --Thurs.
4 PM - 6 PM (CST)


Top of the Gulf

Restaurant
Mexico Beach

Free Hors d'ouevres
House Beverages at Half Price
Dinner Special 6 PM - 8 PM (CST)


TRY US FIRST!
WE HAVE HARD TO GET PARTS FOR BOATS, LAWN AND
GARDEN EQUIPMENT, TRACTORS, MOTORCYCLES, TRUCKS
AND AUTOMOBILES AVAILABLE DAILY FROM OUR NAPA
DISTRIBUTION CENTER.

St. Joe Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue Highway 71
Port St. Joe, Fla. Wewahitchka, Florida
229.8222 639-5711


Public Notice of







REWARD



I will pay a total sum of $500.00 for first instance
and $100.00 per instance thereafter until further notice to
anyone I believe responsible for arrest and conviction of
parties trespassing or otherwise molesting my property at
Richardson's Hammock o Cape San Blas, Port Saint Joe,
Florida. Public is warned of prosecution to the fullest extent
of the law.
This firm action is necessary because of inconsider-
ate selfish vandalism, and with right of entry by written
permission only by application forwarded through Gulf
County Sheriff's Office.




Troy Deal


"If the IRS
calls you in,
: we'll go with you.
iNo extra charge.





'I Henry W. Block
.Nhen we prepare your return.
4,e stand behind our work. So
:f the IRS should call you in,
H&R Block will go along with
- you at no charge. Not as your
legal representative, but to
:answer any questions about
"low your taxes were prepared.
-That's another reason why we
:should do your taxes...which-
vMer form you use, short or long.
H:R BLOCK
:THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
Ioonep 229-8536 116J.onument
Port St. Joe, Fla.
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THE STAR, Port St.. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1979


David Langston, CETA Director, Mary Guidance Director, with the new courier van.
Brake, driver, and Frank Barnes, Career . -Star photo


School System Utilizing


Courier Service Full-Time
- ,Aong needed courier service trip will be made to pick up emergencies as the need
I GulfCounty Schools begins materials and supplies for arises.e-
, i ' l-time this week. Token : ,
. urier service has serviced
Oa school district for some TWO Gulf Students
,,.- mune by using -staff and . .
1, ends. This hasn't been
eating g the'needs as there W *
* s little organization and no V Jw l M . tI - F1 JL RH-
Sdiedule to operate on.
schedule to opeBrakte e has Holmes County captured ingtoh counties, in the Inter-
en employed through CETA both major awards this year national Science Fair to be
Sis snemplorvingye as three ought Crier as competition in the, Three held May 7-11 in the Henry B.
Ti.e van was secured frm th Rivers Science and Engineer- Gonzalez Convention Center,
S . - from the ing Fair and Talent Search at San Antonio, Texas.
apartment of Transporta- the Naval Coastal Systems Gulf County placed two
n, Surplus Property Dv- Center comes to an end. winners in the Junior High
n. .Randy Anderson, a tenth Division. They were: Bio-
; hencounrier will serve e hff grader, and Gayla Gavin, a chemistry, Vanessa Rice of
chool and the county offices seventh grader, both from Wewahitchka High School tak-
ii a regular . These Holmes County High School, ing third place and Jacqueline
drvices will include pick-up took the grand prize awards in Myers also of Wewahitchka
Sdelivery of mail, boo senior and junior competition, . High School taking third place
ucation materials and sp- respectively, in mathematics and compu-
Olies, county and state owned ' t ,
ft , tapes, educational pro- Anderson will represent- the ers. - ... -
gfams, custodial and other Three Rivers region; com- "Every man is of impor-
niaterials needed throughout prised of Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, tance . to himself."-Samuel
tlie district. Also, out of county Holmes, Jackson, and Wash- Johnson


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


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Wednesday Night League
The Wednesday night ladies
league met on April 4 to end
their bowling season. For the
fifth year in. a row, St. Joe
Furniture has copped first
place bowling honors.
To sew up first place St. Joe
Furniture won four games
from the Play Girls with
Verna Burch leading the way
with a 429 series. Pam Arnett
was high bowler for the Play
Girls with a 384 series.
Florida Bank wound up in
second place but they bowled
good all year long to hold first
place for a long time. Cathy
-Blackburn was high 'bowler
for the Bank with a 471 series
to lead them to a three game
win over Renfro's. Renfro's


Bowling


Neu
Thursday Night League
The Thursday night ladies
league met on April 5 ending
the season bowling with High-
land View Motors being the
top team.
Pepsi Cola won four games
from Telephone Co. Pat
Natchshein led Pepsi with a
142 game and a 395 series.
Mary Davis rolled a 144 game
and a 376 series for Telephone
Co.
Surefoots took four games
from Smith's Shell. Nett Hen-
derson bowled a 170 game and
a 435 series for Surefoots. Lee
Sayers led Smith's Shell with a
121 game and a 319 series.
Wonder Bar won four games
from Cow Girls. Trudy Pate
led Wonder Bar with a 151
game and a 410'series. Lou
McDonnell bowled a 130 game
and Marguerite Scheffer had a
359 series for Cow Girls.
Highland View Motors took
four games from Ragdolls.
Bertha Clayton rolled a 178
game and a 501 series for
Highland View Motors. Mar-
ian Deeson led Ragdolls with a
179 game and a 484 series.
Marian also picked up a 3.7.10


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


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54 58
40 72
22 90
10 102


Musslewhite.
Gets Promotion
David Musslewhite, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mussel-
white formerly of Port St. Joe
has assumed the responsibili-
ties of Utility Cable Plant
Materials Management Ma-
nager for Southwire Compa-
ny, Carrollton, Georgia. He
has a total of nine years
service at Southwire. During
this time his responsibilities
have included Production De-
partmental Manager and Qua-
lity Control Manager.
David holds a BBA degree
from Georgia State University
and is presently working
toward an MBA degree at
West Georgia College. He is
married to the former Mildred
Tillman and has two children,
Craig, 12 and Cindy, 8.


T"iie first cookbook is be-
lieved to be a Roman one
called "Of Culinary Matters,"
written in the first century.


was led by Trudy Pate's 447
series.
The Alley Kats copped third
place honors and wound up
taking three games from
Murphy's Jailbirds. Eleanor
Williams was high bowler for
the Kats with a 456 series.
Janice Martina led the Jail-
birds with a 389 series.
Beach Beauty Salon swept
four games from &lash Sea-
food. Mary Whitfield rolled a
443 series for the Beauty
Salon. Terri Brown paced the
Seafood team with a 425


Florida
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The surface-applied soybean herbicide that will survive a soggy summer.


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That's Surflan. That's control. Full season control you
can't get from other surface-applied soybean herbicides.,
Especially in Alabama and Florida where soybean growers'can
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to soil particles to stay on the job... 'til your beans are in the bin.
Best of all, Surflan is probably labeled to tank-mix
with the broadleaf herbicide you're using now. Get
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Elanco Products Company
A Division of Eli Lilly and Company
Indianapolis, IN 46206, U.S.A.


iSurflatn' - oryzalin. Elanco Products Company)

Surflan...whatever

the weather.
When used according to label directions.


PAGE TWELVE


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Historical Society Holds


Memorial Service Sat.


The St. Joseph Historical
Society held a memorial ser-
vice for one of their original
members, Ruth Costin Soule,
Saturday, April 7 in the
library meeting rooms:
IN MEMORIAL
RUTH COSTIN SOULE
When old friends and rela-
tives think of Ruth Costin
Soule our minds turn to nature
as Ruth was an outdoor girl, a
sportswoman in every sense of
the word. Swimming, hunting,
fishing, boating, horseback
riding, and hiking over the
countryside were every day
events in her life. Ruth was a
fine athlete and was on Port
St. Joe's first basketball and
track teams. Nearly all of her
life was spent in and around
Port St. joe.
Horace Soule came into Port
St. Joe as mate on a four
masted schooner (The Sin-
tram) owned by the Soule
Shipbuilders, about 1924 to


ship .lumber from the Park-
wood Lumber Company. He
and Ruth were introduced and
they immediately fell in love.
The wife of the captain of the
schooner was to make the next
trip down from Boston to Port
St. Joe and she invited Ruth to
make. the return trip with
them. This was planned for a
year but Mrs. Costin became
ill and Ruth, as always, put
her family's welfare above
her own pleasure.
Horace and Ruth were mar-
ried in the old Methodist
Church which was entirely
decorated with fall leaves and
woods flowers. To this union a
son, Horace Jr., was born.
Early in life Horace Jr.
became an invalid: and Ruth
spent all of her time with him.
Her courage, devotion, faith,
and fortitude will always be
remembered.
There was an inner part of
Ruth that few people knew. An


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 12. 1979 PAGE THIRTEEN


artistic side. She painted
beautifully with never a les-
son. Her paintings were ones
familiar to this area; boats,
ships, and sea scapes.
Ruth was a poetess. Al-
though she had none of her
poems published, she com-
piled them into a booklet
which her family has kept.
Her descriptions are so
vivid of early landmarks of
this country as to put Charles
Dickens in the shade. Her
descriptions of these ordinary
landmarks are so imaginative
that the reader can only know
that she was not looking with
ordinary eyes.
Ruth was a Charter Member
of the old St. Joseph Cemetery
later called St. Joseph Histor-
ical Society and always an
avid gardner, she worked
diligently and tirelessly for
the beautification and preser-
vation of the old Acropolis.
Ruth Costin Soule was loved
and will always be missed by
members of the St. Joseph
Historical Society.
Ida Ethel Brown


Hutto Opposes Closing of

Gasoline Stations On Weekends


Calling for a more realistic
and equitable approach to
Energy Savings, Congress-
man Earl Hutto urged mem-
bers of Congress to reject the
resolution approving Standby
Conservation Plan No. 1,
which prohibits the sale of
gasoline or diesel fuel on
weekends.
In a speech to the House,
Hutto said: "I oppose it
(Standby Plan No. 1) because
it places undue, hardship on.
certain sectors of the econo-
my, primarily the tourist
industry, and is in violation of
the energy Policy and Conser-
vation Act of 1975 which calls
for a reasonable distribution
of the burden on all sectors of
the economy. My state alone
would lose $8 million in sales
volume; $22 million in tax
income; and place 29,000
persons out of work."'!
In his closing statement


Hutto urged Congress to reject
Standby Conservation Plan
No. 1 and "...adopt a more
realistic and equitable ap-
proach to energy savings
which would decrease de-
pendence on foreign oil, in-
crease domestic supplies of
oil, develop alternative uses of
energy, and encourage sensi'-
ble petroleum consumption:
without destroying important--
sectors of the economy."
Earlier Congressman Hutto.-
had contacted President Cair-
ter opposing the prohibition of-.
gasoline sales on weekends -
and had recommended that:-
states be allowed to developa'-
their own plans to conserve
energy. On the evening of
April 5, the President did--
indicate that he would set:7
targets for the states to reduce
gasoline consumption before-
he would use mandatory mea4-: :
sures to accomplish such a -
goal.


Going to Enjoy Retirement


Jim Harrison, left, was retired from St.
Joe paper Company on April 1 after 26 years
of service with the firm. Harrison is shown
receiving his retirement papers from his


supervisor, Robert Williams, Assistant Fin-
ishing and Shipping Superintendent. Harrison
is a car bracer in the shipping department.
-Star photo


The Gulf County School On motion by Graham and
Board met in regular session second by Raffield, all voted
on March 6 with the following . Yes to reject all insurance
members present: Fred bids and re-bid with the school
Greer, Chairman; Paul Se- board contributing $10.00 for
well; J.K. Whitfield; Gene
Raffield; and Waylon Gra-
nam. Eddy Ri
The Superintendent and Di-
fairs were present.
A'The meeting wvsL. op5en
reith the. invocatidti Sw K- I
'and followed by the Pledge of-9ak O
Allegiance.
On motion and second, the Spring break at the Univer-
board unanimously approved sity of Alabama brings a mass
the minutes of February 6, exodus of students from cam-
1979.
The board received two bids pus as they head for the sandy
on hospitalization insurance, beaches along Alabama's Gulf
After reviewing these bids, the coast and Florida.
Superintendent recommended For Eddy Rich of Port St.
that the bids be tabled until Joe and 24 other Capstone
the bids could be carefully students, spring break was a
reviewed. students, spring break was a
On recommendation of the time for giving of themselves.
Superintendent, motion and Each year, during the week
second, the board unanimous- classes are not held, two
ly approved the following "mission teams" from the
personnel matters: Baptist Student Union provide
Maintenance Department - needed physical labor com-
appoint Les Gortman to Main- hsed ip labor com-
tenance III; approve $400 bined with spiritual inspira-
supplement for Ben Causey as tion at sites away from
Coordinator for Wewahitchka campus.
area; Captained by Ronny Smith,
Port St. Joe High School - a senior from Mobile, one
appoint Coralie Smith as part group of seven men and seven
time aide, appoint Maxineseven men and seven
Sloan as part time aide; women spent the week of
appoint Jane Walker as read- March 12 at Ocean Springs,
ing teacher; Miss., where they-worked at
Port St. Joe Elementary both the Home of Grace for
School - place Annie Baker on Men and The Haven.
contract salary basis after ten "The Home of Grace is a
r continuous days as substitute The Home of Grace is a
Steacherontinuous days as substitute rehabilitation home for alco-
Wewahitchka High School - holics," Eddy Rich said. "The
appoint Lorene Strange as Haven is for children from
aide. broken homes or who have
The Board received a re- been abused "
,-2quest that the Gulf Coast een abuse
'Pmmunity College bus trans- At the Home of Grace, the
port'other than students. On students painted the exteriors
motion and second, the board of older buildings. "They have
unanimously adopted a policy
that none other than students
enrolled a* Gulf Coast, Uni-
versity of West Florida and Firt
Haney Technical School ride rst U
this bus.
On motion and second, all M methodist
voted Yes to accept the M t o i
highest and best bids of the
Florida First National Bank
on time deposit bids in the Constitution and M
amounts of $155,582.46 and Port St. Joi
$200,000.00. Copies of all bids JOHNIE W. McCUF
are on file in the Superinten-
dent's office.
Superintendent's Report CHURCH SCHOOL........
Distributed reports from the PREACHING SERVICE ...
two Community Services Pro- PREACHING SERVICE ...
gram Directors. METHODIST YOUTH FELL
Discussed salaries of Com- CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wedr
munity Services Program Di-
rectors.
Reported that Renovation
Project at St. Joe Elementary -
School could be occupied
March 8th. the members of t
Discussed providing a facil- the members of t
ity for adult classes at Beacon
Distributed cost center bud-
gets to board members. I
Discussed having a survey
run on utilities within the invite you to me
county.
S r Sunday Mcring Bible Stud
. The Gulf County School Sunday Mcrrning Bible Study
Board met in special session Sunday Morning Worship..
on March 8 at 2:30 p.m., with Sunday Night .............
,he following members pre- Wednesday Night .........
nt: Fred Greer, Chairman;
y1on Graham; Gene Raf- Corner 20th S
The Superintendent and Di-
rector of Administrative Af- For information
fairs were present.


eacit employee.
There being no further
business, the board adjourn-


SSpends


Mission
a nice area where they hold
Easter sunrise services,"
Rich said. "We painted two
crosses there and built a new
one to replace one that had
gotten beyond repair."
At The Haven, they put a
new floor in what will be a
shower room, making it now
ready for the plumbers. They
also re-roofed a tool shed,
raked pine straw, did heavy
cleaning, fixed furniture and
repaired E basketball court.
The men lived at the Home
of Grace, each sharing a room
with a resident, while the
women on the team stayed at
The Haven.

CARD OF THANKS
The kindness and sympathy
shown to us by our relatives,
friends and neighbors during
our time of sorrow will always
be remembered.
We extend a special thanks
to Rev. Ernest Barr and the
Comforter Funeral Home. It is
such a comfort to know that so
many people share our loss.
The William R. O'Shall,
Sr. family


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