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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: May 17, 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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USPS 518-880 U


FnOTY.SECOND YEAR, NUMBER 37


Industry - Deep Water Port - Fine People - Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1979


15' Per Copy


City Asks for Dredge Permit


Bay Channel Shoaling


- . - south of the First United Methodist Church.
R repair Sidew alk The crews were repairing sidewalks which
were cracked up, apparently as damage from
State Department of Transportation the hurricane which struck the city, causing
repair crews were at work in Port St. Joe this the bay to come up over the sidewalk two
week, repairing sidewalks on Highway 98, years ago. -Star photo


Judge Turns Down


Dr. Poonai Files




Election Charges.

In an unusual Saturday session, which' the ballots to the 13 people requesting them
had all the participants on edge for infringing with witnesses to get the ballots voted. He
on their free time, Circuit Judge'Fred Turner said that when the. law was checked and he
ruled that about two dozen votes contested by found Mrs. House could legally .receive the
' "defeated mayoral candidate Dr. P. V. Poonai ballots to be voted by shut-ins, he tore up the
""-/re fhbT dtIffieient to void last week'g ily 6 'ballots already ' oed and gave Mrs. House
election. the ballots she requested. Brock said these
Acting as his own attorney, Dr. Poonai were the ballots which had been counted.
called five witnesses to the stand in the four Mrs. House also testified that she had
hour session, which started at 1:00 p.m., in made six challenges during the day of people
attempt to prove his allegations. she felt were not residents of the City. She
Dr. Poonai and Shirley 'House, his said only two of her challenges actually cast a
certified pollwatcher at the election, alleged ballot after signing an affidavit.
fraud in a complaint filed three days after the Mrs. Joce Williams spent considerable
election, in which Dr. Poonai was defeated by y pe
time on the witness stand testifying as to-the
'a two-to-one margin. Their primary charges residence location of several of the people
were aimed at people they felt were no longer who had been challenged and then allowed to
residents of the City and were ineligible to vote Most of those challenged were people
vote under the City Charter. Several of the erpeo
individuals were students off to college, who were away to school, in service, or
ind l weervie sndone couple which is l recently moved from the city to the beaches
people in the service and one couple which is
living at the beach temporarily while they area.
have a new home built in the City. In his complaint, signed by Judge Turner
City Attorney William J. Rish said the Friday afternoon, Dr. Poonai alleged:
City Ordinance cited' by Dr. Poonai in his -People who reside outside the city were
charges was no longer valid as changes in the allowed to vote.
state election laws in 1978 allowed people to -Certified poll watchers were denied the
vote in the place they called "home", whether right ... to circulate inside the polls.
or not they lived there. -Some who live outside the city were
Judge Turner ruled that there was a lack allowed to vote while others were denied the
of evidence of election fraud presented in the right.
hearing. He said the number of .votes in -One person who was purged from the
question could not affect the outcome of books in 1971 was reinstated after the books
Pate's 600-vote lead. Turner acknowledged had closed for city election. (Clerk Brock
fi irregularities in the election, but said some testified that this person did not vote).
irregularities occur in all elections. -A person who claims homestead
The City had secured the services of 'an exemption and resides in Bay County. was
inspector from the State Elections office to challenged and allowed to vote by poll
monitor the election, to prevent as many workers.
/_irregularities as possible. -City Clerk refused to issue certain
*' In his report to the city, the monitor, R. J. absentee ballots until a court order was
Bevis, reported, in writing, "the recent obtained directing him to do so.
election was, in my opinion, conducted in a -Chief of Police and County Deputy
very professional manner . . ." carried absentee ballots to people and voted
Mrs. House testified to two complaints in them, when they had requested that their.
the charges when she said City Clerk Charles ballot be delivered by another person.
Brock had refused to give her several -A part-time city worker was afraid and
absentee ballots for people she had received in fact did not vote his absentee ballot
requests from. Brock later testified he because the City Clerk advised him they
thought the requests were illegal and had sent would know how he voted.




Recall Petition Ruled


As "Legally Insufficient"


Circuit Judge Robert McCrary ruled in a
hearing held in Marianna last Thursday that
a recall petition against four of the City
Commissioners here was "legally insuffi-
cient."
McCrary's decision struck down a
petition which contained nine allegations
against Mayor Frank Pate and commission-
ers James B. Roberts, John Robert Smith and
Wesley R. Ramsey, over their handling of a
controversial hospital dispute.
Last Thursday's decision was the second
blow within two days to the recall committee.
They had charged that four of the five local
officials had not been fair or competent in
:handling a conflict between the hospital staff
Tnd doctors P. V. and Anila Poonai and in
Wuining the hospital. .
Recall petition committee leader Nathan
Peters, Jr., had also charged that the hospital


had not taken proper care to keep patients'
records confidential and that the board had
been unresponsive to criticism.
Commissioner James B. Roberts was one of
two called to testify in the matter before
Judge McCrary and told the Court that extra
precautions had been taken to insure
confidentiality of patients' records.
The charges against two of the principals
involved, Mayor Pate and Ramsey, were
declared moot by the court, since they faced
the electorate last Tuesday and were
re-elected by substantial margins. The
allegations against Roberts and Smith were
declared by Judge McCrary to be legally
insufficient.
Judge McCrary gave the petitioners 30
days to appeal his decision, but Peters has
stated publicly that he will not pursue the
matter.


The City of Port St. Joe is
getting into the battle to get
the entrance to the St. Joseph
Bay channel dredged to the.
prescribed depth. The Com-
mission decided to jump into
the fight to get a state permit
to dump spoil from the dredg-
ing on one of three spots
following a meeting with the
U.S. Corps of Engineers last
Friday in Panama City.
Commissioner John Robert
Smith attended the meeting,
representing the City and
gave his report to the Com-
mission at their meeting Tues-
day night.
Smith reported the Corps
said they were going back to
the state permitting depart-
ment with three possible sites
for the spoil location. One is in
a deep water pool just east of
the tip of the point; another is
on the beach at the tip of the
point on the Gulf side, and a
third proposed site is on the
beach on the bay side of the
point. The bay side would
would be most expensive to
the county, since a dike, at
local expense, would have to
be built to contain the spoil on
shore if the bay beach location
is approved by the state.
The City has already been
involved in the permit pro-
cess in the past, with Mayor
Frank Pate, making sever-
al telephone calls to the
permitting directors and
the Lieutenant Governor of
the state. The ,county has
alko bepn involved inn (he_
attempt to secure a dredg-
ing permit for the project,
all to no avail as yet.


Smith said the Corps of
Engineers said last Friday
they will be in Tallahassee
again this week end making
another attempt to get a spoil
area approved in either of the


*.S
ST. JOSE

ST. JOSE


sites they have proposed. -
To aid in the permit grant,
the City will be in contact with
the agency prior to the meet-
ing with the Corps, urging that
one of the sites be approved.
The end of the point is
washing down into the en-
trance channel, and has it
filled in about half way across
to a point where it is danger-
ous for a fully loaded tanker to
enter the bay, according to
local bar pilot Dave Maddox.
BR'OCK RESIGNS
Charles W. Brock, who has


been serving as interim city
auditor and clerk for the past
year following the resignation
of Mike Wright, advised the
Commission Tuesday night
that he would to revert to a


retired status -as soon as
possible and in no event no
later than July 31 of this year.
Brock retired as clerk when
Wright was hired a few years
ago. He came back out of
retirement to serve while the
Commission looked for an-
other clerk.
ROBINSON MADE CHIEF
Acting. Police Chief Roy
Robinson was made Chief of
the local police force Tuesday
night, after serving as acting
chief since the death of police
chief H. W. Griffin several


months ago.
Robinson has been assistant


chief on the nine man fdrce
(Continued on Page 2)


Dr. P. V. Poonai


Resigns From


Hospital Staff

In a terse, one-sentence letter, Dr. P. V. Poonai resigned
from the staff of Municipal Hospital Tuesday. The letter, sent
to the Hospital Board of Directors in its meeting at 7:00 p.m.,
stated, "I wish to resign from the staff of the Municipal
Hospital as of Monday, June 1, 1979."
There was no reason for the resignation given by Dr.
Poonai.
His wife, Dr. Anila Poonai, was recently denied
privileges to practice in the hospital. She has since gone in&o
federal court to have her privileges reinstated. This decision
has not been made by the court as yet.
The Poonai's came here nearly three years ago and have
been embroiled in a controversy with the hospital staff anf
the governing board for the past year.
EMERGENCY ROOM
In other actions by the Board at Tuesday night's
meeting, Administrator Richard Zyski presented some costs
being incurred by the Emergency Room as had been directed
at a recent meeting by the Board.
The report was requested for study by the Board to
consider a modification of Emergency Room services, due to
the heavy losses being incurred in that area.
Zyski's report showed that with the present coverage
which consists of hiring special Emergency Room doctors for
each evening and night beginning at 5:00 p.m., and each
week end starting Friday at 5:00 p.m., and continuing around
the clock until 8:00 a.m., Monday, is costing the hospital
more than $50,000 above revenues. Most of this difference has
had to be picked up by the City. The County did pay a portion
of this loss until October of last year, when.they dropped out
of the_picture.
Zyski's report showed that very few patients use the
Emergency Room physician during the week, but that the
service is used pretty regular on the week ends.
The Board plans to meet with. the local doctors within the
coming week and seek their ideas about the situation before
making 'any changes in the services.
There is a possibility there will be no changes from the"
present schedule, but the Board is leaning toward some
changes which will make the financial picture-of the hospital
just a little brighter.
Zyski's report also showed that only about 30 percent of
the Emergency Room patients are from the city limits of
Port St. Joe. The remainder come from throughout the
county and from adjoining counties.


Washington Trip.


'Very Successful' I
othr edra agenisob


Port St. Joe Port Authority
Chairman, George G. Tapper
reported Monday that his trip
to Washington, D.C., in behalf
of financing for the proposed
development of a port here
"was very successful".
Tapper reported that Far-
mers' Home Administration
had agreed to be the lead
agency in Washington to coor-
dinate the necessary approval
of the local project with all

Roberts

Tourney

This Week
The St. Joseph's Bay Coun-
try Club will host the C. W.
Roberts Invitational Golf
Tournament this weekend,
May 19 and. 20.
Local players are urged to
call Don Parker, club pro,
before Friday, May 18. Entry
fee is $45.00, which includes
golf cart rental for both days,
Saturday disco and buffet, and
course refreshments and
other favors.
Each flight winner will re-
ceive a gift certificate of
$100.00, second place will re-
ceive gift certificates valued
at $75.00; third place awards
are worth $50.00; and fourth
place will be $25.00 gift cer-
tificates.
There will be shotgun start
at nine a.m. and one p.m.
Saturday and Sunday.:
The tournament is named
for the late C. W. Roberts, who
was instrumental in construct-
ing the golf course, and serv-
ing on the board of directors
for years.


other federal agencies to be
involved. Farmers' Home will
assist in getting as many
grants as possible for design
and construction of the plan,
which will be aimed primarily
at processing and preparing
for foreign shipment seafood
and poultry products produc-
ed in the southeast.
It would be the only port of
its kind in the nation.
Tapper said the heads of
agencies he came in contact
with in Washington gave him
a good reception and were
enthusiastic about the project,
and the jobs it will create for
the entire Gulf Coast area
from Panacea to Pensacola.
Tapper said, "We now have
to employ engineers and find a
mere $200,000 to design the
facility, make a realistic cost
analysis of construction, and
obtain all state* and federal
permits required. This will be
our biggest hurdle", Tapper
said.
The Port Authority's next
step is to develop an actual
feasibility study by obtaining
contracts from firms to use
the facility, so they can show
proof of ability to repay the
funding necessary to build.
A meeting has been set for
Friday afternoon at 5:00 p.m.,
in the Fire Station to hire the
engineering firm to begin
work on these items. Applica-
tions were taken from four
firms which want the job last
Tuesday in personal inter-
views with representatives of
the firms held at the Fire
Station.
The Port Authority already
has an application with Far-
kners' Home for a $28 million
loan to begin construction.


SECOND CHOICE ,
EPH'S PENINSULA ' "




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Problem area and proposed spoil sites.


Pancake


Days

Saturday was pancake
eating day in Port St. Joe,
with the Kiwanis Club
pitching their tent on Reid
Avenue, lighting up the old
gas bottle and going at it.
All morning long Satur-
day, Kiwanian Ken Her-
ring flipped his lid time
after time as the Club
served up several gallons
of mix in their annual
project.
To show the food was
safe, Kiwanian Jim Cox,
past president of the club,
digs into a plate filled with
pancakes in the photo at
left. Shown above, Ken
Herring breaks in a new
piece of smoked fat-back to
grease his grill for the
pancakes. "After six years
of use, my wife used up my
old piece seasoning a pot of
peas", Herring said.





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' .PAGE' TWO THE STAR.


EDITORIALS:
, . .


Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1979


A Need to Join Hands


.for Progress


Port St. Joe has been through a
traumatic experience for the past
several months, and seemingly still
has a way to go before normality
settles once again in our everyday
lives.
Part of this traumawas settled
Last Tuesday in the municipal
election. Another part of the turmoil
was settled last Thursday, when
Senior Circuit Judge Robert Mc-
Crary, ruled that a recall petition
'which had been collected against
:two of the newly re-elected Commis-
sioners and two of those who still had
time left on their terms in office, was
declared insufficient.
- The recall petition has stared
the four Commissioners in the face


for the past seven months, taking up
much of their time which should
have been used in trying to settle the
City's problems, rather than wast-
ing it defending themselves on
charges which would not (and did
not) hold up in court.
There was also considerable
energy wasted' in getting up the
petitions.
We would suggest that the City
would be much better off if those
who used considerable talents and
energy getting up the petition would
spend some of ;that energy and
expertise in settling our problems
and progressing.
Only cooperation and give and
take can solve problems.


Sensible Approach


For once a government agency
* seems to be functioning in a sensible
manner. The Nuclear Regulation
' Commission has declared'a sensible
shut-down program for those nuc-
. lear power reactors equipped with
Babcock and Wilcox machinery.
The NRC has set up a program
where the shut-downs will be
; staggered between the several
plants they wish to inspect. This
allows all the plants to be inspected
while not denying the nation the
much-needed power, while sitting
idle waiting for a government
inspector to arrive on the scene.
Meanwhile, Florida is playing it
. .cool. The Legislature has two
nuclear regulation bills before it to


consider, but it appears they won't
even get before their respective
committees, much less make it to
the floor for discussion.
Florida nuclear power plants
were down for re-fueling when the
Three Mile event struck. Florida
Power's plant at Crystal River is
equipped with B&W machinery, but
FPC engineers caught some of the
needed modifications before the
plant was built and forced B&W,
through the courts, to make them.
All in all, it seems as if the
mis-hap which has all the crusaders
running around in circles has the
government control agencies taking
the sensible approach of making
methodic inspections without the
panic of a wholesale shut-down.


Peters Appreciates Progress;


No More Plans for Petition

Dear Wesley, ling a conflict between the exercising my right to remove
"Recall Bid" hospital staff and Doctors city commissioners for any-
Circuit Judge Robert Mc- P.V. andAnila Poonai and in thing they did that was
.Crary ruled Thursday (May running the hospital. "illegal". I planned no further
action on the recall petition.
SWe have made progress, so I
ST sincerely appreciate the sup-
port I received with the
"recall petition" progress is
S" e the activity of today and the
. . . to the Editor assurance of tomorrow. God is
our father, Christ is our
*redeemer, and man is our
10) that the recall petition The petition had also alleged brother.
against the city commission- that the hospital had not taken Nathan Peters, Jr.
ers was legally insufficient, proper care to keep patients
I charged that the officials, records confidential and that Pompey is said to have added,
who are also the hospital's the board had been unrespon-. a grain of salt to suspected
governing board, had not been sive to criticism, drinks as an antidote for
"fair" or incompetent in hand- From the beginning, I was poison.
/


City-Dwelling Squirrel
This squirrel makes his home in an oak tree behind a home on Palm
Boulevard. He thinks he is part of the family. When the family members


A Layman's View


Bible Notes
By BILLY NORRIS


Hebrews 11:6; Ephesians
2:8 (KJV)
Key Word: The Faith Walk
(Hebrews: 11:6) "But with-
out faith it( is impossible to
"pleasehiim (God): for'he that
is a rewarder of them that
diligently seek him."
(Ephesians 2:8) "For by
grace are ye saved through
faith; and thlat not of your-
selves: it is the gift of God."
The Bible talks so very
much about faith that I believe
a study on this subject is
needed. Faith, spiritually
speaking, means "having con-
fidence or reliance on God's
Testimony or Word." I trust
this will be the first in a
continuing series.
We need to establish at the
beginning just how important
faith is to God. Hebrews 11:6
leaves no doubt as to the
importance God places on
faith. "But without faith it is
impossible to please him
I God)." If we do not have "the
measure of faith." (Romans
12:3) we would never come to


the point of seeking God. Nor
obtain, the reward of eternal
life.
Ephesians 2:8 tells us we
I are saved by grace (unmerit-
ed or undeserved favor by
God) through faith. Here it is
again. God's unmerited favor
of salvation to us is ours only
through our faith. Salvation is
a gift but we accept it by faith
or confidence in His Promise.
Likewise all God's blessings
provided for His people must
be obtained by our faith.
Confidence in God is the
Faith Walk.

Names Left Off

Honor Roll
Several names were left off
the High School honor roll last
week, when the list was made
up..
These names should also
have been placed on the A and
B honor roll: Dwana Jacobs
and Laurie Smith.


come out into the back yard, he expects a hand-out or someone to pet him.
This little squirrel has a vain streak in him. The other day, the Star
photographer showed up and the squirrel scampered down the oak tree, took
his nut which was 'offered, and posed for his picture. He ordered three
billfolds and two eight by ten's.
-Star photo


Channel Shoaling - -


(Continued From Page 1)
for the past seven years.
Robinson was made chief on
the recommendation of Tom
S. Coldewey, who was acting
as Mayor Tuesday night, in
the absence of Mayor Frank
Pate, who was absent due to a
death in.,the family.
Robinson's .appointment
was unanimous.
RECEIVE POLICY
The City was presented with
a proposed personnel policy
for all City employees Tues-
day by a team from the state
Department of Labor, who
had worked up the policy,
using guidelines already in
force by the city and clarify-
ing points which had been sort
of fuzzy in city policies in the
past.
The draft was presented to
the Commission by Bob Kee-
see, Pinky G. Hall and H. Britt
Beasley at the meeting Tues-
day.
Keesee, who acted as di-
rector for the team said the
proposal contained written
guidelines which would offer
equitable treatment for every
employee of the city. The plan
also set up a system -of job


classification and a pay plan
according to the classifica-
tion.
The Commission will now
study the proposal, make what
changes they think necessary
and then propose its adoption.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other actions, the Com-

Ladies' Softball

Tourney to Aid

Dixie Youth
Twenty-four ladies softball
teams will gather in Port St.
Joe June 8 and 9 for what will
be the largest ladies' softball
tournament to be held in this
area in some time.
Approximately 100 invita-
tions have been mailed to
teams in surrounding areas.
To date, the team traveling
the long distance will be the
Oak Forest Exchange Club.
from Jackson, Miss.
The purpose of the tourna-
ment is to raise. funds to
operate the Dixie Youth Base-
ball program. Entry deadline
for the tournament is May 28.


mission:
-Awarded a contract to
re-roof the Centennial Build-
ing-and Stac House to Western
Waterproofing Company of
Jacksonville.
-Adopted an abbreviated
summer recreation program.
The program was less than in
years past due to the active.
Gulf County Recreation De-
partment providing most of
the summer activities.


SALTY
SALLY


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:OETAOIN SHRDLU


By: Wesley R. Ramsey


WE HAVE HAD literally hundreds of people
walk up to us during the past week and say,
"congratulations on winning the election." This
is always followed by a hand-shake and a few
kind words for one another.
It's a fine feeling. Although I am not a
Politician and am practically worthless when it
comes to going out to gather up potential votes, I
can appreciate the words of congratulations and
well wishes which come after the election is
over..
Of course, the act of winning has its
moments of elation and satisfaction, too. It's
gratifying to know that so many people have
confidence in your doing the right thing and in
your ability to make decisions when they need
* making.


All of this is grand. It's almost worth the
hassle we have gone through as public officials
here in Port St. Joe for the past few months.
People saying they support what you are doing
makes you feel good.
I'm not going to try to tell you that this is all
the plus one gets out of winning an election. As
good as these feelings are, there are better ones:
feelings which come when the election officials
finally announce the results after a period of
anxiously waiting while the machines are opened
and the totals added up for a final tally.
Even the feeling of relief when the final tally
is announced, as good as it makes you feel, isn't
to be compared with one of the other goodies one
gets out of winning an election.


Of all the elation which comes from winning
an election, from the knowledge that you have
your evenings set aside twice a month for the
next two years to the knowledge that your
neighbors have confidence in you: there is no
feeling quite so good with winning as the feeling
you get when the finals are announced and all
those pretty women rush up and hug your neck.
That was worth it all.

I THINK I'M WASTING the talents of
Frenchie, having her here in the office,
answering the telephone and talking to the
people who come in.
I think that at the next Presidential or
Gubernatorial election, I'll hire her out to some
hopeful who wants to get elected, as their
election manager. She is a natural campaigner.
I'm not the type to just barge up to a
stranger or someone I don't mix with every day
and greet him like a long lost brother, put on my
Sunday-go-to-meeting grin, pump his hand and
say, "Howdy friend, I want your vote." I just
can't do it. Even if I had the time to spare, I just
can't do it.
This makes me a lousy politician.
But Frenchie is another matter. She kept the
roads and telephones hot for about 10 days before


election, gathering in votes. She gets the job
done.
If one of these national or state-wide
candidates need a good campaign director, I just
might hire her out . . . for a substantial fee.

I RECEIVED A LETTER this past. week
from my friend, Walter Dodson, who now lives in
Titusville.
Walter sent me a clipping out of the Miami
Herald, written by Al Burt.
Burt had visited in Port St. Joe. He told the
people in Miami, through his column, that the
people of Port St. Joe are "nice". He wrote about
his experience here, where he found the people
very protective of the reputation of their town.
I was glad to see that.
Burt wrote that the people (of POrt St. Joe)
told him we have a nice place to live and raise a
family, our beaches are pretty and the pine trees
tall and beautiful. The fact that he was from
Miami caused Burt to be looked on with
suspicion, he wrote.
It isn't nice to treat a guest with suspicion
before he does anything wrong to you, but I'm
glad to see the people. of this community telling a
stranger, straight from the shoulder that Port St.
Joe is a good place to live. The experiences we
have had from other big city writers was the
reason Burt was looked on so suspiciously.
I don't know why Port St. Joe is such a
favorite subject for crusaders to write about, but
we seem to be their favorite subject.
Burt closed his column by writing, "If you
come (to Port St. Joe) - and you should, for the
beaches ARE pretty and the pines ARE.tall andj
the history IS fascinating - be nice." ,
And, if you are, Mr. Burt, you will
welcome to come back again, any time.


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OBITUARIES Prog
uner Rites Held Yesterday Slated fProgram

Funeral Rites Held Yesterday Slated for


for Bernard A. Pridgeon, Jr.


Bernard A. Pridgeon, Jr.,
48, of Port St. Joe, died Tues-
day morning in the Bay
Memorial Medical Center. He
was a native of Port St. Joe, a
veteran of the Korean War, a
past member of the Port St.
Joe Lions Club, a member of
the Chamber of Commerce
and the St. Joseph Bay Coun-
try Club. He was the Assist-
ant General Manager of the
St. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph Co., and was a

Local V.F.W

Has Installe4
The John C. Gainous Post
10069, Veterans of Foreign
Wars held an organizational
meeting Tuesday, May 8 at
Butler's Restaurant for an
installation of officers.
Installed by Merle T. Low-
ery, District 17 Commander
were:
R. David Young, Comman-
der; George S. Coody, Sr. Vice.
Commander; Walter M. Kit-
chen, Jr. Vice Commander;
Roland G. Bizek, Quartermas-


member of the First United
Methodist Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Ann Pate Pridgeon; two
sons, Bernard A. Pridgeon III
and Travis Bradford Prid-
geon, all of Port St. Joe; his
.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
.nard A. Pridgeon, Sr. and an
aunt, MiSs Edna Davis, all of
White City.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday at 3:00 P.M.,
E.D.T. in the First United

. Post

d Officers
ter adjutant; Fred Kleeb,
Chaplain; Lonnie Bell, Sur-
geon; Johnny Walker, Judge
Advocate; W. A. Jones, Cullen
L. Moon and Henry L. Cassa-
ni, trustees.
Tom Glaze, past state com-
mander, served as an aide to
the installing officer.
Visiting ladies were Mrs.
'Catherine Coody and Mrs.
Clarice Dustin of North
Adams, Mass. Mrs. Dustin is a
member of Auxiliary VFW


Methodist Church of Port St.
-Joe, with Rev: Johnie Mc-
Curdy officiating. Interment
was in the Holly Hill Ceme-
tery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to
the American Cancer Society,
or the First United Methodist
Church bus fund.
St. Clair Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe was in charge of
arrangements.

Public Meeting

Nursing Home
A public meeting will be
held Tuesday, June 12 at 7:30
p.m., in the County Commis-
sion meeting room concerning
a nursing home for Port St.
Joe. The public is invited to
attend.
Post 996 of North Adams;. Mrs.
R. David Young, Mrs. Merle
T. Lowery, Mrs. Helen Ed-
dins, President-elect, Auxili-
ary VFW Post 2185, Panama
City.


Saturday
The Gulf County Guidance
Clinic will present, free to the
public, a series of educational
programs about tension this
Saturday at the Gulf County
Library. The program will
begin with a 25 minute, color
movie entitled, "Learning To
Cope."
The film has received excel-
lent ratings. It deals with-
learning how to handle the
tensions, stresses, and fears
encountered in daily living.
Coffee and a discussion about
anxiety and stress will follow
each showing.
The programs will begin at
10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., noon,
and 1:00 p.m. May 19. For
further information, the pub-
lic may call the Clinic at
227-1145.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1979


March of Dimes Superwalk



to Get Underway Saturday
The Port St. Joe Chapter of films were shown to students 98 to Niles Road and back to one to finish the course; the
the Gulf Coast of March of in Port St. Joe High School, the school, approximately five youngest walker and the old-
Dimes will be conducting its Port St. Joe Elementary and miles. The course will be est walker. The' top money-
Superwalk this Saturday, May Highland View Elementary. walked twice to obtain the 10 raiser will be awarded a 10-
1Q Walkers for the 10-mile Students who wished to par- miles. Rest and water stations speed bicycle, and a trophy.


course will begin registration
at nine a.m. in front of the
Port St. Joe High School.
The Superwalk is under the
able direction of the Key Club
and Keyettes of Port St. Joe
High School, assisted by Mrs.
William Ramsey, local chair-
man for the March of Dimes.
Keyettes and Key Club
members have shown films
depicting Superwalks, and the
way funds raised are used in
the March of Dimes research
against birth defects. The


Some of the former Lumber employees:
back row, from left: Basil Kenney, Jr., Aldon
Farris (son of Wes Farris), and Andy Owens.


ticipate in the walk were given
pledge sheets at that time.
Walkers obtain "pledges" per
mile; for the total distance
walked. Anyone wishing to
walk who has not received a
pledge form may pick one up
at the front office of the high
school.
The course will begin at the
high school, proceed north on
Long Avenue to Fifth St.,
down Fifth to Monument Ave.,
south to Allen Memorial Way,
west to Highway 98, south on


Front. row, from left:
Jones and Tom Byrd.


J. B. Harris, Harry


will be provided along the
route, and peanut butter and
jelly sandwiches will be serv-
ed at the Consution Park.
The route has been planned
through town this year, to
prevent young children from
walking on the busy highways.
Sidewalks are available in all
but a short distance of the
route planned.
Prizes will be awarded to
the person collecting the most
money for the Walk; the first


Wives of former Lumber employees:
seated, from left: Mrs. Andy Owens, Sarah
Kenney McIntosh and Stella Farris. Stand-
ing, from left: Mrs. Basil Kenney, Jr., Mrs.
Mary Bray Sizemore and Mrs. Ivy Williams.


Kenney Mill


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Reunion
A group of the old Kenny
Mill (St. Joe Lumber and
Export Co.) employees met
Saturday noon, May 12, for a
covered dish luncheon on the
lawn at the home of Mrs.
Stella Farris at 528 Sixth
Street.
Approximately 35 of the
former employees and wives
attended and enjoyed the
fellowship.
Some of those enjoying the
occasion are pictured.


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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1979


Miss Rhonda Gail Kirkland and Stephen


Miss Brenda Rogers Weds Walley United In Marriage in Cottonwood


Herman Robertson


Brenda Sue Rogers and
Ludwig Herman Robertson
exchanged double ring wed-
ding vows in an early morning
ceremony, Saturday, April 28,
In the First United Methodist
Church of Panama City, with
Dr. Si Mathison officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. (Marjorie)
Vassie, Sr. and parents of the,
bridegroom are Mrs. Marga-
ret Robertson and Mr. Ed-
ward Robertson of Southport.
Mrs. Betty Hollis, organist,
presented the nuptial music
and accompanied Willard
Dean, soloist, as he sang the
couple's chosen selections.
The bride entered the sanc-
tuary on the arm of her father
and was given in marriage by
her father and mother. She
wore a traditional white bridal
gown of satin with long sleeves
trimmed in rose braided
Queen Anne's lace. The bodice
.:was fashioned with Venise
-lace and a low cut neckline,
iand the A-line skirt flowed into
'i- chapel length train. Her
:3ace edged veil of illusion was
:created by a long time friend,
IDorothea Brown, and featured
:he Queen Anne's lace appli-
.,*es on the veil and the
jemi-cap. For accessories she
wore an opal necklace and
4amond earrings. The cas-
-ode of tiny roses and carna-
,tns followed the theme of the
a inbow colors, and she car-
ried a white Bible, a gift from
tIer mother. As the bride
ltpproached the altar she gave
irer mother a yellow rosebud,
:tid as she left the church she
:gave her mother-in-law a
Z:osebud.
�.Serving as maid of honor
:vtas Jo Hughes. Miss Hughes
Wore a long yellow dress with
:-:chiffon overblouse and car--
:ried two long stemmed yellow

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silk roses with a yellow
picture hat complemented by
matching ribbons.
Bridesmaids were, Tammy
Mims Jones, cousin of the
bride from Ponce de Leon;
Linda Fendley and Fonda
Robertson, sister of the bride-


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The bridesmaids and maid
of honor wore the rainbow
colors, yellow, light blue, pink
and green gowns with match-
ing lace bordered chiffon,
triangular capes and wore
matching picture hats with
long stemmed, matching silk
roses with ribbon streamers.
Steve Miers served the
bridegroom as best man and
ushers were: Jerry Robert-
son, brother of the bride-
groom, and Sammy, Mike and
Guy Sweazy, cousins of the
bride from Port. St. Joe.
The mother of the -bride
wore a long pink polyester
dress with ruffles to the floor
and wore a corsage of light
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The 12th of May at 5:00 p.m.,
First Baptist Church, Cotton-
wood, Ala. was the candlelight
setting for the marriage unit-
ing Rhonda Gail Kirkland and
Stephen Walley. Rev. Gene
Walley, father of the groom
and Rev. Trull Hill performed
the ceremony.
The bride was given in
marriage by her father. She
wore a gown of organza over
satin. The empire bodice was
overlaid with Venice lace and
the Victorian neckline was
designed with fluted ruffles in
front and back. The puffed
sleeves featured ruffled lace
cuffs while the A-line skirt had
a ruffled hemline decorated
with Venise lace. The ruffled
train was also edged with
Venise lace and ruffled over
French net. Her chapel length
veil was of illusion bordered
by matching Venise lace.
Kristy Sutton of Mobile, Ala.
served the bride as maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Vic-
ki Woodruff of Cottonwood,
Ala., Debbie Odom and Twila
Presley of Pascagoula, Miss.,
and flower girl was little Miss
Rebekah Hill of Cottonwood,
Ala. The attendants were
attired in formal length dres-
ses of a soft yellow knit with a
ruffled V-neckline. The dres-
ses were accented with a tie
belt at the waist. Each girl
carried a bouquet of yellow
and white daisies.
The groom chose as his best
man his brother, Tim Walley
of Mobile, Ala. Other grooms-
men were Dan Walley, bro-
ther of the groom of Grove


Mrs. Mamie Lou Dare and
Chauncy Smith were married
on May 5 at the Beach Baptist
Chapel. The Rev. William
Smith performed the cere-
mbny.
Mrs. Ralph Shirah acted as
matron of honor and Emmette
Daniell as best man. Arnold
Daniell was usher.


groom wore a long pink and
white polyester dress with
chiffon sleeves and a corsage
of light pink carnations.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was held in the
fellowship hall of the First
United Methodist Church,
hosted by parents of the bride,
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Vassie, Sr.
and the bride's grandmother,
Mrs. Eula Rogers.
The reception hall of the
church was transformed into a
garden scene with yellow
chrysanthemums, and all the
rainbow colors used through-
out with a yellow arch above
the bride's table. The bride's
cake was adorned with the
tiny rainbow colored flowers
and a white wicker setting
further enhanced the spring-
time reception area.
Greeting the guests were
Mrs. Edith Heckler, Mrs.
Pelham Revells, aunt of the
bride; Mrs. Mary Burke, aunt
of the bride; Mrs. Martha
Lankford, cousin of the bride;
Mrs. Gary Gilcrest, sister of
the bridegroom; Miss.Robin
Vassie, distributed rice bags
to the guests. The bride's book
was kept by Mrs. Vickie
Richardson. Others who as-
sisted in serving were Mrs.
Dorothea Brown, Mrs. Linda
Ard, Ms. Barbara Sielke, Mrs.
Edith Heckler, Mrs. Kaye
Nichols, Mrs. Si Mathison,
Mrs. Quinta Adams. Serving
at the bride's table were Mrs.
Joyce Fox and Mrs. Imogene
Meeks.
For traveling the bride
chose a street length white
polyester dress with a match-
ing white, wide brimmed hat
and the rose corsage lifted
from her bridal bouquet. They
honeymooned in Mexico
Beach.
The bride is a graduate of
Mosley High School and Gulf
.Coast Community College.
She was listed in Who's Who in
Vocational Education. She is a
former member of the Bay
County Sheriff's Department.
The bridegroom is a gradu-
ate of Mosley High School and
Gulf Goast Community Col-
lege with an A.A. degree in
criminology.
The couple will make their
home in Valier, Montana after
an extended travel and sight- .
seeing tour.
Attending the ceremony
from Port St. Joe were: Mrs.
Ruth Williams of Highland
View; Mrs. Linda Cox and
daughters, Tisha and Andy;
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sweazy.
Rehearsal Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Vassie,


Hill, Ala,, Stanton Gibson,
brother in law of the groom of
Gautier, Miss., and Donny
Couey of Mobile, Ala.
Tonya Green of Wade, Miss
was the accompanist for the
wedding as she played various
selections before the ceremo-
ny. Jackie Wilson of Thomas-
ville, Ala., and John Pritchett
of Mobile, Ala. were the
vocalists. The selections used
were "Sunrise, Sunset", "0
Perfect Love", "Make Us
One", and "Saviour Like a
Shepherd Lead Us".
The bride's mother chose
for her daughter's wedding a
formal length soft beige knit
skirt, accented with a top with
a rounded neckline and puffed
slitted sleeves. Her attire was
accented with a gold double
length necklace. Her corsage
was of yellow and white
daisies.
The groom's mother was
attired in a pastel blue formal
length dress with long sleeves,
A-line skirt with a mandrin
collar, accented with re-em-
broidered lace. She wore a
corsage of yellow and white
daisies.
The mother of the bride was
presented with a long stem-
med yellow rose as the bride
entered the church. As the.
bride and groom were leaving
the church the groom's
mother was presented with a
long stemmed yellow rose.
The reception was held
following the ceremony in the
church fellowship hall. The
floor hostess was Mrs. Eileen
Brock, dorm mother of the


Pre-nuptial music was ren-
dered by Mrs. Emmette Dan-
iell at the organ.
A reception followed in the
fellowship hall of the church.
Hostess were Mrs. Helen
Durand and Mrs. Margaret
Nichols. Mrs. David Bruce
kept the guest book.


Mrs. Eula Rogers and Mr. and
Mrs. Pelham Revells enter-
tained the bridal party with a
rehearsal dinner on Thursday
night in the fellowship hall of
the First United Methodist
Church of Panama City.


bride. Mrs. Danny Dean at-
tended the bride's book, The
bride's cake was served by
Mrs. Ronnie Kirkland, sister-
in-law of the bride and Miss
Pam Kirkland, cousin of the
bride. The groom's cake was
served by Mrs. Stanton Gibson
sister of the groom and Mrs.
Shirley Jones, aunt of the
groom. The punch was served
to the guests by Mrs. Dan
Walley, sister-in-law of the
groom and Mrs. Woodrow
Sanders. Rice bag girls were
Misses Michelle Gibson and
Jennifer Hill.
The bride chose as her going
away outfit a floral colored
blouse with puffed sleeves and
winter white pants accented
with a gold belt. Her corsage
was pof yellow and white
daisies, lifted from her bou-
quet.
After a trip to the mountains
the couple will make their
home at Star Route, Millery,
Ala. where the groom is
serving as pastor of Three
Forks Baptist Church.


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Mrs. Stephen Walley


Mamie Lou Dare and Chauncy

Smith Are Married May 5


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1979


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Garden Club


Installs Officers


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1979 PAGE FIVE


From left: Mrs. Dewey Patterson; Mrs. kersley: and Donna Patterson.
James Tankersley; the honoree, Paula Tan-


Paula Tankersley Honore


with Lingerie Shower


Bride-elect Paula Tanker-
' sley was entertained with a
lovely lingerie shower Thurs-
day, May 10 in the home of
Mrs. Dewey Patterson. Hos-
tesses for the occasion were

'New Arrival
SJustin Hardy
Parrish
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Parrish
and Jamie Parrish announce
the birth of their son and
brother, Justin Hardy, born on
April 26, 1979 in Gulf Coast
Community Hospital. He
weighed eight pounds, six and
one half ounces.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamar Hardy
and paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Troy C.
Parrish all of Port St. Joe.


Mrs. Ruth Patterson and her
daughter, Donna.
The living and dining areas
were decorated with ar-
rangements of flowers of the
bride's chosen colors. The
dining table was covered with
a lace tablecloth which held
the crystal punch bowl and
other assorted refreshments.


The Port St. Joe Garden
Club held its last meeting for
the 1978-79 year last Thurs-
day at the Garden Center on
Eighth St.
Hostesses for the lovely
covered dish luncheon were
. Mrs. Ralph Nance. Rochelle
S. r Jackson and Lucille Suber.
Following the short business
meeting, Kitty Marshall. Dis-
I trict II Director of the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs
acted as installing dignitary,,
. and installed the 1979-80 slate
of officers. Each of the
officers has served the club in
the past year in the same
capacity.
Installed were: president,
Mrs. ,William Ramsey: first

-Star photo Shower

. Honors


u


Miss Tankersley wore a
green dress with coordinating
white jacket which was com-
plimented with a carnation
corsage designed with inter-
locking -wedding rings.
The bride-to-be received
many beautiful and useful
items.


"St. Joe Singers Reunited" Will

Perform at Dance Friday


The St. Joe Singers from
last year, Kenneth Turner,
Mary Dell Adkison and Steve
Osborne will unite with the St.
Joe Singers of, this year to
present the "St. Joe Singers
Reunited" on May 18 from 8 to
12 in the High School commons
area.
The only singer who will be


missing is "Herky" who is
present)/i attending Bell and
Howard School in Atlanta, Ga.
This promises to be the best
dance ever presented at Port
St. Joe High School. Everyone
is cordially invited to attend.
Admission is $2.00 and school
rules will apply.


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Miss Gosnell
A miscellaneous calling
shower honoring Miss Karen
Gosnell was given Tuesday
night, May 8, by the women of
the First Pentecostal Holiness
Church.
The fellowship hall of the
church was beautifully deco-
rated in the bride's chosen
.colors of lavender and yellow.
The party area was decorated
with spring flowers. A lovely
white floor length table cover
was used on the refreshment
table. A silver candelabra
with lighted tapers was used
on either side of the cake.
The honoree chose * an
orange and white pant suit for
the occasion. Her party attire
was complemented by a white
carnation corsage.
Miss Gosnell will become
the bride of George Edward
Smith, Jr. on May 26 at 7:00
p.m. in the Bloxham Heights
Pentecostal Holiness Church
in Tallahassee.

New Bethel

Homecoming
New Bethel A.M.E. Church
will celebrate its annual
homecoming on Sunday, May
27. A memorial service will be
held at 7:00 a.m., followed by
Sunday School at 9:30 and
morning worship at 11:00.
Brother Zebedee Fennell of
Okeechobee will bring the
homecoming message. He is a
former member of New Bethel
and has recently accepted the
call into the ministry. Every-
one is invited to attend. The
church is located at 149 Ave.
C. Rev. J.W. Williams is the
minister of the church.

Long Avenue

Anniversary
The Long Avenue Baptist
Church will observe its 26th
anniversary Sunday with a
dinner at the church after the
morning worship service.
The church was organized
on May 10, 1953, and moved
onto its present property on
January 1, 1956.
All members and friends of
the church are invite' to
attend the anniversary dinner.


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vice president. Anna Till:
second vice president, Mrs.
William E. P. Parker: secre-
tary, Mrs. M. P. Huie and
secretary. Mrs. Cecil Harri-
son.
Mrs. Ramsey announced to
the club that committee chair-
men will be appointed during
the month of June. and plans
formulated for the upcoming
gardening year.
Several members of the
Port St. Joe Garden Club
attended the District II FFGC
conference in Blountstown on
May 2. Representing the Port
St. Joe club were: Polly
Sowers, Jo Arbogast. Helen
Baldwin,. Ruth Nance and
Louise Kessel. During the up-
coming year, two of the local
club members will be serving
as District chairmen. Polly
Sowers will serve as Environ-
mental Control Chairman and
Ruth Nance will serve as
Wildflower Chairman.


1979-80 GARDEN CLUB OFFICERS-
From left. Mrs. Cecil Harrison, treasurer;
Mrs. M. P. Huie, secretary; Mrs. William E.
P. Parker, second vice president; Mrs.


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William Ramsey president; and Kitty Mar-
shall, District II Director of the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs. -Star photo


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SE. B. MILLER REALTY

BEACH LOTS

If you are interested in. owning your own home and Between U. S. 98 and (
don't know how to get started, call on us. Our sales- 168' on water, 164' on h
people will help you find the home you want and will way, over 250 feet d
explain different methods of obtaining financing. Even Prime investment at
if.you don't plan to buy now and want to plan for the 000.00.
future, call on us at any time. We're here for you.
Commercial lots 90x1
� 120x90' and 85x170' in M
CAPE SAN BLAS INDIAN PASS co Beach.,Business Cen
2-- Large commercial lot -
2 large tracts available at frontage on Hwy. 98, 32(
the right price: (1) one mile Almost new home - quiet canal- strategic cornel
.from turnoff on the Cape; location & close to beach. seagoing canal.
- (2) over 4000 feet fronting 3 bdrm, 2 bath, living rm,
the Gulf, extending to Hwy. dining area, cen, h&a,
.;30, towards Indian Pass covered carport w-utility HIGHLAND VIE
.-from the curve. Signs on rm, 9x12' storage shed in- Lovely, liveable ho
Property. eluded. Priced in mid 30's. Block construction with
Carport. 2 bdrms, I e:
POR�T ST. JOE large with 2 closets.
kitchen-family room. Ho
:Own your own business. 1912 Juniper, excel. corner partially furnished inc
"Established community . lot, 1400 sq. ft. of comfort- ing refrig., built-in st(
' grocery on corner lot, ex- able living. 3 bdrm, Ig. LR dishwasher and bdrm. fi
.cellent income opportun- and DR, 2 big porches. iture, carpeting, washe
'ity. Includes equipment & Pay equity and assume dryer. New cen. h&a
..inventory. $24,000. Here's low payment loan, or re- tem, city water and pa
:,your chance to be your finance, FHA, VA or con- street. $29,900.
own boss. ventional. ---

COMMERCIAl
Nice rter home - 2 bdrm,
' :1 bh lib Hrn, Mtfr 3rd oom for a large family- 4 Reid Avenue, red bi
* bd e7J Ishly bdrm', 2 ba., living rm, building with 6100 sq. ft
Spai t.-- $18,950 dining rm, large den, porch rooms, 17 baths. Finance
. . . - & utility area, new roof. , available at 8 percent.
Investment opportunity, 3 Nice corner lot - 1201 Palm
rental units or live in one Almost new brick home 3 WHITE CITY
and let the income help bdrms;, ,z baths, plus en-
-make the payments. Consi-
der the shortage of rentals closed play area easily con-' 3 bdrm, 1 bath, 6 yr.
er the shortage of rentals verted to den. Central heat, frame house. Sep. build
in Port St. Joe, and call us g. window a-c. 2004 Juni- with / bath could be u
or- further information. per. as shop or bdrm. La
well-stocked fish pond o
3 bdrm, 1 bath, den, com- acres of land. Can be sold
' .-fortable block home. Fen- Nice location, 3 bdrm, 2 house on I acre, $21,500
Sced back yard. New water bath home on large corner house and 4 acres, $32,5
. and sewer lines. Large win- lot, living rm w-dining _
dow a-c, attic fan. 119 West- area, den, eat-in kitchen,
-;cott Circle. utility rm. 2111 Palm. Approximately 1 anc
third acres of beauty
land with good gar<
SsMEXIC BEACH pace apnd large -trees
�. tMEXICOQ BEAC 'H r :. bdrnhs, 2 baths, with d
i well, air conditioner. $
Waterfront - 4 bdrm, 2 Nice 3 bdrm, 2 bath home, well, air conditioner. $
bath completely remodel- Fla. room, screen porch, 000.
ed, new cen. h&a, large boat dock, storage sheds,
screen porch facing Gulf, fenced back yard on 1/ lots. Brick 3 bdrm, 2 bath ho:
sells completely furnished On 36th St. & Water Ave. garage, chain link fei
including washer and dry- - Low down payment,
- er A fine home with a Nice corner lot - quiet neigh- range own financing, se
- .perfect view. 13th & U.S. borhood. Furnished 2 bdrm will take a 2nid mortga
98. 1 bath mobile home. Come $23,500.
SDock your boat in your own see what peace and quiet
back yourd Beautiful own can do for you. Georgia and 1920 sq. ft. metal building
back yard Beautiful.3 Tennessee. excellent condition. On 1
bdrm, 2 bath home on canal. Tennessee.150' property. Would be
Living rm w-cathedral ceil- 10 Acres - corner of 386A ideal location for a conv
ing and fireplace, separate and Overstreet Road. Id- ence store in the front of
S- dining rm, large patio, eal location, excellent po- building, and a laundroi
double garage - 36th St. tential. in the back portion. Sel

Mobile home ready for a below replacement ci
new owner. Everything in- Almost new brick home on 2 $22,000.
cluded from vacuum to lots lots. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, liv. rm.
of wicker on your 24'x16' w-stone fireplace, dining Remodeled 4 bdrm, 2 b
:Florida rm-den w-elec. fire- area, enclosed double gar- home on 1.6 acres. Liv
place. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, living age, c-h&a, carpeting thru- rm, den w-fireplace,
- rm. eat-in kitchen. You'll out. Well built, very reason- ing area, eat-in kitch
. have to see this for yourself, able utility bills. Grand Isle. utility rm, 'storage shed
Alabama Drive. back. Located on Hwy
$32,000. Terms, $6,
- ST. JOE BEACH down and owner will
nance balance at 9
--New Listing: 3 BR, 1� . cent.
bath, mobile home on 75x150
lot. Less than 2 blocks from Price reduced! Duplex
beach. only 212 blocks fiom the WEWAHITCHKd
beach. Excellent income Modern 3 bdrm, 2
SUse your own final touches. opportunity for interested brick home on 4 a
investor. Columbus St ick home on ac
-: Partially finished 3 bdrm, investor Columbus St. Over 3500 sq. ft. which
1 bath home, large living $'2.0* cludes beautiful 1 bdrm
Srm, kitchen and family rm Hate to be cooped up? Relax bath apt. which may
7.combo, garage & utility rm. on your 16x60' screened used as part of the m
" On 75x100' cleared lot. Ad- porch in rain or shine! This- house to accommodate
:joining corner lot may be 2 bdrm, 1 bath furnished large family. Located
purchased with home. Cor- mobile home has it. Corner the end of Tupelo S
:ne" Americus & DeSota. Alabama & Santa Anna. priced in mid 50's.


GULF AIRE
(BETWEEN BEACON HILL & ST. JOE BEACH)
SYou've driven by this new development, but do you know what it is?
1. Comfortable size lots. 5. Lot owners will own the beach.
2. Underground utilities. 6. Most attractive buildings required
- 3. Water & sewer, fire hydrants. 7. View of the Gulf
4. Paved streets, street lights. 8. Lots from $9,000.00.
Call or Stop By for Full Information

S648-5011

ELDON B. MILLER, REALTOR - Associate Patty Miller

-^- Associates -

SShere Zyski After Sandra Clenney After Jim Clement

229-8494 Hours: 229-6310 Hours: 648-5482


1829 Hwy. 98 - MEXICO BEACH

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


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For Cable TV
J.stallation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232
Business Office tfc 1-4


Nice furnished 2 bedroom
house, auto. heat & air cond.,
screen porch, closed garage,
carpet, queen size furniture,
chain link fence front & back.
No inside pets. 229-6777 after 7
p.m. tfc 4-19

Why live in the crowded
city? Move your mobile home
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. Call 229-
6105. No pets. 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

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


NOTICE
As of the date of the first
publication of this notice, May
17, 1979, I will no longer be
responsible for any debts in-
curred by anyone other than
myself.
Charles H. Ingram
4t5-17

NOTICE
As of the date of the first
publication of this notice, May
17, 1979, I am not responsible
for any other bills incurred by
anyone other than myself.
Newton Bishop
4t 5-17

NOTICE
As of the date of the first
publication of this notice, May
17, 1979, I will not be respon-
sible for any debts other than
those incurred by me person-
ally.
Charlie Turner
4t 5-17

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




Small furnished house at St.
Joe Beach. 227-1549 or 648-
5144. tfc 5-17

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. No-pets.
tfc 3-29







Small Appliance Repair.
Irons, toasters, blenders, cof-
fee makers, hair dryers,
ovens, fryers, etc. Other ap-
pliance work also. Contact G.
L. Sullivan, 116 Westcott Cir-
cle, Port St. Joe, after 5 p.m.
tfc 5-17

TREES TAKE DOWN
TRIMMED & REMOVED
For Free Estimate
Call 229-8829
. tfc 5-3

Does your car or truck need
Alignment? See us. Front end
rebuilding, brakes, auto air
conditioning, hi speed on car
balancing. Over 22 years ex-
perience. Phone for appoint-
ment. '2 mile east F.H.P.
office. 760-8639. East Point
Alignment, Hwy. 98, P. 0. Box
626, East Point, FL 32328.
12t 5-3
Call
GENE DANIELS
BUILDING CONTRACTOR'
Any Kind
Phone 229-6935
, 5tp 4-26

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

GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets -
Vanities - Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
412 Monument Ave.,
Port St. Joe
Glen Combs
229-60617
tfc 1-4



Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?


Alcoholics Anonymo
Port St. Joe Serenity (
Sunday 4:00 P.M. E
St. James Episcopal Ch

Carpentry Work Do
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757


Complete Wood Sh
Custom Cut Lumb
Want to Do It Yours
Then come see us fo
ley tools, hardware, pa
paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardware
Building Supply
Hwy. 98W. ' 2


Call for
TRACTOR WORK
648-5873
tfc 2

SEARS IS AS CLOSE
YOUR TELEPHONE


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


Rifle, Springfield 30-06,
scope and case, $125; Rifle,
Remington 'nylon 66, .22 cal.,
$50; Jeep, 1941 MB model,
rusty, no title, $75. 229-6779.
Itp 5-17

Single-width overhead gar-
age door, with all hardware,
excellent condition. $30. 227-
1278, or 227-1776 after 6.

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


ous v Griffin's Refrigeration &
Group Air Conditioning Repair
,ST All Types Appliance Repair
hurch Heating & Cooling Contractor
Electrical Contractor
ne Authorized GE & Hotpoint
Service
Phone 229-8586
tfc 3-15
tfc 2-2
BACKHOE WORK
op OR RENTAL
er Charles H. Stephens
elf? 227-1622 or 229-8032
r Stan-
ineling, Psychological services for
anyone with problems in day-
e & to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1763 227-1145. (24 hr.)


tfc 8-5




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AS
E!


CAREFOOT SEPTIC
Septic Tank Clear
Phone 229-8007


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

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 227-1783
1st St., White City


kills bugs for
up to six months,
and sVves you about S100 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


1975 Honda motorcycle, 360
cc, good cond., low mileage,
$600. 229-6132. tfc 4-12

Special sale on cacti and
plants, $1.00 and up. Friday,
Saturday and Sunday. 2 blocks
on Third Street, then left to
white house in Mexico Beach,
Mrs. Field, 648-8976. ltp

Rummage Sale, Friday, 9 to
5:30, 225 5th St., Highland
View. Also we fix sewing
machines. 227-1306. ltc 5-17

Yard Sale, Saturday, 8-5, 619
Garrison Ave. Itp 5-17


2 bedroom block house in
Port St. Joe and 6.6 acres of
land in Chipley or trade for
shrimp boat of equal value.
229-6886 or 638-4187.
Itp 5-17

Home at 816 Marvin Ave.,
large lot, 4 bdrm, 212 bath,
family room, kitchen equip-
ment, garage. 229-8806.
tfc 5-3


PORT ST. JOE
Well kept 2 bedroom home,
insulated walls and ceiling,
ceramic tile bath, LR, DR
and eat-in kitchen, screen-
ed porch, carport, carpets,
drapes, stove, refrigerator,
new antenna, well for wat-
ering yard and other extras.
Well landscaped yard on
corner lot. Shown by ap-
pointment.

Three bedrooms, plus large
sewing or utility room,
plenty of storage, carport.
screened porch. Refrigera-.
tor and stove included. FHA
approved. Small down pay-
ment plus closing. 515 8th St.
HANNON INSURANCE
AGENCY
Frank Hannon, Broker
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133






St. Bernard puppies, 5 weeks
old, thoroughbred, $125. 648-
5395. tfc 5-17


1975 Monte Carlo, 27,000
miles, p.s., p.b., a.t., a.c.,
tape, am radio, blue with
white landau roof, runs good.
648-5965. 2tp 5-10

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

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

1972 Cadillac, excellent
cond., reasonably priced. 229-
8664. tfc 4-19



HELP ANTED


a" few Position Vacancy
a few Applications are being ac-
n Mem- cepted by the Gulf County
L, phone Senior Citizens Association, v"
Inc., for a full time bookkeep-
3tp 5-17 er. High School education and
training in bookkeeping are
minimal. Job references will
i 55 h.p. be requirquired. The bookkeeper
vanized will be required to prepare
wench, payroll for all employees,
tfc 5-17 maintain all tax reporting,
monthly quarterly and year
er, $50. end. Prepares all reports
, according to federal require-
Itp 5-17 ments, meeting financial obli-
- gations'of the project prompt-
1 used ly, reporting appropriate fi-
ess set, nancial matters to the project
ward- director and board of direc-
, used tors and providing further
ue assistance to either as they
adcock may request. Applications will
ve. be accepted through May 18,
1979.. Applications may be
l' W.J. obtained at the Senior Citizens
scallop Association office upstairs at
at, 200 the Motel St. Joe office. This is
tan- an equal opportunity employ-
S an-er. . 2tc 5-10
18-8250.
tfe 3-1
Immediate opening fulltime
driver. Start $4.02 advance to.
, good $4.22 in 3 months with full
trailer, fringe benefit package. Must
tfc 4-12, be 25 or over, have Florida
chauffeur's license. No acci-
dent or moving traffic viola-
!S tiori past three years, bond-
8 able. Pass company physical
Blvd., and D.O.T. test. Pick up and
board , deliver- small packages, i
books weighing up to 60 lbs. each
suits, using company van. Must re-
junk. side Port St. Joe, layover in
Tallahassee. Applications and
interviews, Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m.
to noon, in person at 1030 Kis-
y made simmee, Tallahassee (corner
ge sel- Mills and Kissimmee). Equal
choose Opportunity Employer, 'M-F.
re and tfc 5-3


17' Pro-Line boat,
console, top, '2 gas tan
holders, CB'radio, dep
er, compass, speedom
h.p. Mercury moto
power trim trailer.
new 1976, used only
hours. See at 203 Allei
orial Way, Port St. Joe
229-6392. Price $3375.


15' Larson boat with
Johnson motor, galv
trailer with electric
648-8295.

15' chest type freez
Phone 227-1791.

Used L.R. group,
B.R. group with matter
2 large metal clothes
robes, 4-pc. dinette
Queen mattress. Ba
Furniture. 414 Reid Av

Fiberglass resin, 30
shrimp net, doors and
drags; 24' shrimp 'bo
h.p. Johnson and rock
dem trailer, all new. 64


14' aluminum boat
cond., also includes.
$250.00.229-6132.


CARPORT SALE
FRIDAY, MAY 1
9 to 5 - 2109 Palm,
Grace Meyer. Surfb
plants dishes, 40 new
at 25c, dresses, pant
and lots of beautiful
You all come.


DRAPERIES-Ready
and custom made. Lar
section of swatches to
from. Roche's Furnitu
Appliance Store, 209
Avenue, phone 227-1730


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 Betty Gilbert
648-5047
tfc 7-15


TANK TRAMPOLINES IN STOCK
ning 6 FT. x 10 FT. OR ROUND. We
deliver and assemble. Terms
tfc 11-30 available. WESTERN AUTO,
---- 219 Reid Ave. 227-1105.


tfc 4-6







1976 Oldsmobile Delta 88, 4
door, royale trim, power steer-
ing, air, 6-way power seat,
divided front seats, vinyl roof,
am-fm radio, good tires. This
one-owner auto will sell for
below retail bookprice. Call J.
C. Odum at 229-8753.
tfc 5-17

I'M FOR SALE
70 model Custom 500 4-dr.
Ford-Been 95,000 good, fun
miles! My dents made with
tender loving care! My tires,
not sand-spur proof! My rust -
well - Mother Nature thought
best! My brakes, keep owner
guessing, need fluid often! My
dashboard, breaking with age
like my owner! Rest of inter-
ior, good condition! My motor,
finest part of me, a bit cold-
natured but uses no extra oil!
Good gas mileage! Interest-
ed? Call 227-1332. Itp 5-17

1976 Olds 98, 4 dr., full
power, $4,000 or best offer.
648-5395. tic 5-17


S .JOBS
THE TIME IS NOWI
IMMEDIATE OPENINOI1
WE PROVIDE * GOOD PAY
* EXPERT TRAINING * EDU-
CATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
* MANY OTHER GREAT BENE-
FITS.
TRY ONE OF THESE (NO EX-
PERIENCE NEEDED):
CALL: (904) 763-1301
TSg. Ronllace. 160VBLisInbyAe.
Panama City. R.32401
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YOUR OPPORTUNITY
Dreaming of a boutique of
your own? Need guidance to
bring reality to your dream?
Our staff of experts are
trained to assist in every
phase of opening your own
business in ladies fashions.
From supplying basic fixtures
and inventory selected by you
to closing on your first day,
our services continue with
monthly promotion and dis-
play ideas, plus much more.
All for $17,500. With our per-
sonal assistance your store
can open in 3-4 weeks.
Morgan-Levy Enterprises
Garden Courts 26-
P. 0. Box 357
Arab, AL 35016
For complete information '
Ph. 205-586-2336.


Public

Notices

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of County Commissioners of Gulf County
will hold two public hearings to hear
recommendations or complaints as to a
proposal by the County to Issue bonds in
the amount of over s1,000,000.00 to
finance a road and street construction
program. The first hearing will be May
22, 1979, at 7:30 p.m. and the second
hearing will be June 12, 1979, at 9:00
a.m., both hearings in the County Com-
missioners Meeting Room, Gulf County
Courthouse. u ,
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION ERS1
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA ,#
1lt,.-I7


1JVAN7I


* Reid
. tfc 1-4


Two bdrm. furnished apt.
on the Gulf. By the day,
week or month. No pets
allowed. Ski Breeze Camp-
site, 9 miles s. of Port St.
Joe on C-30. 229-6105.
tfc 4-26


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.
tfe3-16








Wanted to Buy: Used pick-
up camper shell, cheap! Call
229-6343 after 6.


SERVICES


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1979


CETP Workers In

3-Day Workshop


"=- -' The Director of the Gulf
- - County C.E.T.P., Inc., David
-4f Langston, announced the com-
, pletion of a three-day work-
shop for C.E.T.P. partici-
pants who are enrolled in Title
II-D and VI P.S.E. programs.
The workshop was held at
.N the Corinne Gibson Memorial
00 Library and was conducted
last week by Educational Ser-
vices. Inc. E.S.I. is located in
Tampa, and has established a
very creditable record among
professional education groups
as well as the Office of Man-
power Planning and other
Sharks wind up spring practice with hard-hitting session agencies.
The workshop, composed of


Spring Games Coming Up Lions Club Sponsoring Fifth

Annual Softball Tournament


all of the S1/2 of SW`/A of SETA,
on the East side of State Roa
,- REGISTRATION OF 71, In section 1, TSS, R10W
FICTITIOUS NAME County, Florida. Subject, hoy
We the undersigned, being to a life therein exp
We the undersigned, being reserved to OTTIS B. SMIT
duly sworn, do declare that wife, BESSIE G. SMITH.
MATLOCK'S HICKQRY YOU ARE FURTHER REQUII
HOUSE, located at 302 Fourth file your Answer to said Complain
St., is 100 percent owned by before the 8th day of June, 1979,an
Ethel Matlok. failure to do so will cause a
SM o . judgment to be entered against yi
4tp 5-10 each of you.
This 26th day of April, 1979.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR- CLERK OF THE C
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE GULF COUNTY, FLORID
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BY: --S-- Joni 3. Shores,
GULF COUNTY Clerk
VERMELL E. ARMSTRONG,
Plaintiff,
vs. NOTICE TO RECEIVE BID
MITCHELL HORNE and wife, WANDA The Gulf County School Boar
HORNE, OTTIS B. SMITH and wife, receivebidsuntil5:00p.m., E.D.T
BESSIE G. SMITH, 25, 1979, in the office of the Supe
Defendants. Case No. 79-51 dent of Schools on one (1) deep fa
NOTICE Model No. GH-35A, Seq. C., Ser
TO: MITCHELL HORNE and wife, 1012501, Natural Gas 60,000 B.T.
WANDA HORNE, 519 Twenty-second proximatq 40 lb. capacity, Maste
Street, Nederland, Texas 77627 by Chef Division, Franklin Pr
YOU, AND EACH OF YOU, ARE Corporation (1968) and two (2
HEREBY NOTIFIED that Plaintiff, cooking baskets. This piece of
VERMELL E: ARMSTRONG, In the . ment may be seen by contacting
above-styled Cause, has filed his Com. Watson at the Superintendent's
plaint to Establish Common Law Way of The Board reserves the right to
Necessity In and over lands owned by any and all bids. Please mark yo
you In Gulf County, Florida, same being envelope "Sealed Bid - Fryer."
more particularly and specifically de- B. Walter Wilder, Supt.
scribed as follows, to wit:


Idle Hour Beauty Salo

will be under new management
June 4
. 4 would like to welcome the present'as well',s new
customers and friends.


Phone: 229-6201
Home Ph. 227-1782


BETTY HEATH,
Owner-Operator


A preview of what is to come.
in the fall will be on tap for
football fans Friday night and
Syingo. Saturday night of next week.
V, Gulf Friday night, the Sharks'
ever, squad for next year will play
pressly
rH and the senior boys in their annual
RED t game at Shark stadium; The
Eontor game will begin at 8:00 p.m.
nd your Saturday night of next week,
default the Spring Jamboree will be
ou, and held here in Port St. Joe,
with the Sharks, Blountstown,
RCUIT Wewahitchka, Marianna,
A Bristol and Apalachicola par-
Deputy ticipating in the five quarter
contest, which winds up spring
)s training.
rd will Kick-off will be at 8:00 p.m.,
r.,May EST, with Marianna and
rinten-
tf'fyer, Wewahitchka playing the
ial No. opening quarter.
U., ap- Port St. Joe will play the last
er Chef
*oducts two periods against Wewa-
) wire hitchka and Marianna.
equip-
remple
Office.
reject
our b Board Meets

2 5.17 The northwest Florida Men-
tal Health Center's Board of
Directors will meet Tuesday
May 22 at the Gulf. County
fn Guidance Clinic, 311 Williams
Ave. The Clinic is an affiliate
agency of the Center which
serves Gulf, Bay, Holmes,
Jackson, Washington and Cal-
houn counties.
. .Ned Ailes, director of-the
Guidance Clinic,,will be tour-
ing the center board members
through the building. He will
also review programs and
services offered.


The Port St. Joe Lions Club
will hold its fifth annual
softball tournament Memorial
Day weekend, May 26, 27 and
28. The new softball fields
behind the high school will be
utilized for the weekend tour-
nament, providing simulan-
eous two field play.
The tournament has attract-
ed some of the better softball
teams in the state, including
DuBose's Insurance of Pen-
sacola, ranked in the top 20 in


a two day sessoin and one day
followup, dealt with the dev-.
elopment of employability
skills involved in obtaining a
job and performing on the job.
Also involved in the workshop
was the development of those
skills utilized in communicat-
ing and successfully interact-
ing with others.
"0
"Our goal is to help the Gulf
County C.E.T.P. participants
to be self sufficient, worth-
while members of our com-
munity," Mr. Langston said.
"We fell, that some very
worthwhile things have hap-
pened during this workshop
and we have great expecta-
tions as a result."


last year's World Invitational
Softball tournament. Local
teams on the roster present-
ly include Raffield's Fisher-
ies, last year's State Indus-
trial champions, and Florida
First National Bank.
A complete concession
stand will be available to the
convenience of the public. All
proceeds from the tournament
will be used to finance the
Lions Club sight conservatoin
projects.


HIGHLAND VIEW

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


Nursery Provided


Rev. Jerry, Baker
Pastor


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PAGE EIGHT


WISE
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Smart investors always seek the
greatest dividends for their invest-
ment . . so here's a tip for you. A
.small investment of your time in
regular check-ups by your family
doctor can result in the most preci-
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Don't gamble with your health ...
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Pomatoes

or

Totatoes?
Pomatoes or totatoes? Ted
Cannon doesn't know which..
He has both growing on what
was planted as potatoes. His
quizzical look shows he knows
more about lending money
than he does about raising
potatoes or totatoes. He has
other evidence that it doesn't
make much difference which
they are . . . he'll eat either.
-Star photo


% 7



Young Fishermen
Young Harley Ward caught this nice, nice seven pound
bass in the 16th Street drain canal last Saturday afternoon.
Harley *'s using live bait on a reel and rod when he landed
the beauty. -Star photo


Warren Renfro, left, and David McCroan. caught this
mixture of fish last Wednesday in the ditch near the
Courthouse. The two small fishermen were proud of their
catch. -Star photo




Memorial Day

This Bank will honor the
memory of our war dead
by remaining


CLOSED


All Day Monday,

May 28



Fla. 1st National

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Member FDIC DERno
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Awards Go

to NJROTC

Students
Wednesday of last week
NJROTC officers Corn. Hum-
phrey and Sft. Kennedy issued
awards to participating
JROTC students. The award
presentation took place in the
high school gymnasium.
| Friday, ballots were mark-
ed and counted for the student
council election. The new
student council officers of
.1979-80 are: treasurer, Sydna
Anchors; recording secretary,
Paula Besore; corresponding
secretary; and president,
Dusty May. However, a vice
president has not been chosen
as of yet. It will be either
Leslie Costin or Dianne Gra-
ham.
The seniors journeyed to
Orlando Friday afternoon to
participate in the Grad Nite
activities at Walt Disney
World, whose special guests
were Peaches and Herb.
Monday awards were pre-
sented to students who have
made outstanding achieve-
ments throughout the past
year.
Physical education classes,
concert choir, vocational
classes, band classes, and St.
Joe Singers' talents were per-
formed Tuesday night at Open
House, when the parents and
public were invited to see the
progress made throughout the
school year. Also, the winners
of the junior high and high
school art show were present-
ed awards. First, second and
third prizes were captured by
Tim Ard, Sam Bryant and
Eva Collier, respectively.
High school students re-
ceiving awards were: Caron
Lynn, Cindy Murdock and
Torch Williams, first, second
and third winner respectively.
These are the activities that
have taken place this second
and third week of May.

Youth Day At
New Bethel
Youth Day will be held at
New Bethel Baptist Church
Sunday, May 20. Sunday
school will begin at 10 and
worship at 11 a.m.
A musical program will be
held at 7:30 p.m. The public is
invited to attend each service.
The theme of youth day is:
"The Holy Spirit in the life of
the church."
Rev. Gary Leslie is pastor of
the church.

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Port St. Joe Port
Authority will meet inr the Port
St. Joe Fire Station Friday,
May 18, at 5:00 p.m., for the
purpose of employing an en-
gineering firm to draw up
preliminary plans for a port
facility in Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida.
The meeting will be open to
the general public.
GEORGE G. TAPPER,
Port Authority Chmn.


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Read Book Before Using Medicare us.istries or,-izi.,
Beach Ministries will be both ministers and lay
People who are eligible for transplant. money by not taking the and under wh'at conditions book to find out whether it having an organizational come and support the
i t d their Medicare other services are covered is covered


Medicare benefits snouald not
wait until they .get sick
before they read their Medi-
care handbook, David Ro-
binson, Social Security Re-
presentative for Gulf County,
said recently.
The Medicare handbook is
a .handy little booklet that
provides information on all
aspects of the Medicare pro-
gram. It is simple, easy to
read, and answers most of
the commonly asked ques-
tions about the program.
Medicare is available to
people who are 65 or over,,
or who have been receiving
social security disability
benefits for two years or
more, or who are suffering
from permanent kidney fail-
ure and need dialysis or a


Medicare has two parts.
Hospital insurance helps pay
for hospital care and certain
follow up care after a hospi-
tal stay. Medical insurance
helps pay doctor bills, out-
patient hospital care, and
for other items and services
not covered /by hospital in-
surance.
Reading "Your Medicare
Handbook" ahead of time
helps assure that you know
how the program can help
you. This is important be-
cause Medicare does not co-
ver everything and some
services that are covered
may be covered on a limited
basis. You need to know
what Medicare can and can-
not pay for.
Some people risk losing


--from the '

BOTTOM ---- *.


Celebrate Spring With Seafood
"Spring fever" is an age-old adage used to describe that
indescribable giddy feeling which strikes the populous an-
,nually during the months of April and May. It is considered
adequate reason for a complete rejuvenation of spirit and
lifestyles during the spring months.
"Spring fever" is also a marvelous excuse for -a party.
Gather together good friends, good music, and a good array
of fresh seafood treats for a spring celebration to remember.
Smoked Fish Dip and Grouper Rice Salad are excellent
choices to bring compliments to the host or hostess. Both are
easy to prepare, tasty to serve, and can be made ahead of
time, allowing more time to mingle with guests.
Smoked Fish Dip should be served with a variety of
crackers and vegetable dippers, or, try spreading it on
toasted bread rectangles.
Grouper Rice Salad yields approximately ten cups -of
salad, so it's just right as a hearty entree'for an outdoor
springtime party.
Celebrate your spring fever with seafood!
SMOKED FISH DIP


LtIC me o reauI.Une. A ieicr
handbook beforehand.
A typical example is that
of Mrs. Jane Q., treated for
a broken leg at a Canadian
hospital while on a ski trip
in Northern Washington. The
66 year old ski buff thought
that Medicare did not pay
for care in hospitals outside
the country, so she didn't
bother to submit a claim for
reimbursement.
Later a friend told her
that there's an exception to
this rule for Canadian and
Mexican hospitals providing
emergency care as the clos-
est medical facility.
Another example is that of
Mr. Johnny D., who, be-
cause he had few medical
bills let them pile up over
three years before he sub-
mitted them for reimburse-
ment. When he did file it
was too late. Medicare has
time limits for submitting
claims. While you always
have at. least 15 months to
submit a claim, the exact
amount of time you have
depends on what time of the
year the bill was incurred.
Your Medicare handbook
contains time frames during
which bills should be sub-
mitted. It also includes a list
of. services Medicare covers


how to file a claim and
where to send it. An index
at the back of the book is a
handy guide to its contents.

After studying the book
carefully, you should put it
where you can easily find it.
.Then when you need medical
care you can use the hand-


If you don't have a copy
of the Medicare handbook,
call your nearest social se-
curity office and have one
mailed to you. The social
security office for this area
is located at 30 West Gov-
ernment St., Panama City.
The telephone number is
769-4871.


meeting this Friday evening
at 6:00 o'clock, C.S.T., at
Mexico Beach Chamber of-
Commerce Building.
This is the third meeting of
this type, and Joe Walker,
chairman, asks that all who
are interested in this ministry,


men,
pro-


gram with ideas and help.
Beach Ministry is an inter-
denominational group organ-
ized to provide music and
special entertainment pro-
grams to all, especially the
youth, who will be on our
beaches during the summer


season.
There will be a program
each Saturday evening from
June 2 to September 1.
The first program on June 2
will begin at 7:00 p.m. CST at
the Mexico Beach pier.
There is no charge for these
programs and everyone is
welcome.
For additional information
or questions call 229-6676.


Motorists Continue

to Exceed 55 MPH


Exceeding the 55 miles per
hour speed limit continues to
be a way of life for many
motorists said the Florida
Highway Patrol recently.
A recent summary of
speeds checked at different
locations throughout Florida
during the first three months
of 1979 show the average
speed to be 55.36 miles per
hour:
Patrol Director Colonel El-
drige Beach said, "While
this looks good, especially
since it is lower than the
.three previous months, 55.6-
percent of the drivers were
exceeding the 55 miles per
hour limit."
"You do not need radar to
tell if people are speeding;


just drive your car at 55
mph on most interstate high-
ways and watch the cars
and trucks pass you," said
Beach. "Of course, you ne-
ver see the other, vehicles
obeying the 55 mph limit
because the ones behind you
never pass and you do not
catch up with those ahead of
you."

"Reducing calorie intake
will reduce weight," he said,
"but reducing speed will al-
so show results in three
other important areas. It
will reduce traffic deaths,
reduce energy waste and
reduce your chances of re-
ceiving a ticket for speed-
ing."


1 cup (approximately 6 ounces)
boned, flaked smoked fish
I package (8 ounces) cream
cheese, room temperature
2 tablespoons chopped
' green onion with tops


2 teaspoons prepared
horseradish
Crackers, Melba toast,
or toasted bread rectangles
Stuffed olive slices,
parsley sprigs, or pimiento
diamonds (garnish)


Beat. cream cheese until smooth. Add green onion and
horseradish. Stir in flaked fish. Chill for several hours or
overnight. Serve as a dip with crackers or Melba toast.
Excellent spread on toasted bread rectangles and garnished
as desired -with stuffed olive, slices, parsley sprigs, or
pimiento diamonds. Makes about 1-two-thirds cups dip.
GROUPER RICE SALAD

/ U 2 cups cooked, flaked . t2 cup sliced green onion
- grouper fillets or-t"hep-fish4illets --.-- . r---
4 cup salad dressing
1 can (20 ounces) pineapple / cup lemon juice


chunks or 1 cup well-
drained orange segments
1 cup long grain rice, cooked,.
blanched in cold water,
drained and chilled
1 cup fresh or frozen cooked
green peas, chilled


',2 teaspoon salt
2 cups diagonally
sliced celery
Washed salad greens
' 1 to 2 medium
tomatoes, peeled and
cut into wedges


Drain pineapple chunks; save 1,4 cup juice or syrup. If
orange segments are used instead of pineapple, use 1/4 cup
orange juice instead of pineapple juice or syrup. Combine
pineapple chunks or orange segments, chilled rice, peas, and
green onion in large bowl; mix. Combine salad dressing,
lemon juice, salt and the reserved *4. cup pineapple juice or
syrup or orange juice; add to fruit, rice, and vegetable
mixture. Toss lightly. Cover and chill well. Add grouper and
celery just before serving; toss lightly. Turn into salad bowl
lined with salad greens. Garnish with tomato wedges. Makes
10 cups salad, 8 to 10 servings.
For more seafood recipes, write: Seafood Recipes, Crown
Building, Tallahassee, Florida 32301.



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PAGE TEN


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1979


Legislative


Report


By Representative Leonard Hall


'..We only have three weeks end of the Session wit
eft and the pace here in as two hours notice.
4Tallahassee has doubled. As In Floor debate tl
;:ve head toward the last days, Senate Bill 179, wI
: _he race is on to pass or kill all substituted for Hou,
:26gislation that has been filed passed the House 93
its year before final adjourn- bill proposed to leg
.ment. Committee meetings manufacture, distrib
4re being scheduled until the livery, possession,




:Degree In Pharmacy
, - Albert B. St. John (Ab),
O- n of Mr. and Mrs. Albert A.
, t. John, of Mexico Beach will
Receive his Masters of Science
Sdgree in Pharmacology from
�Auburn University on June 7,

Z,'Ab has been accepted into
the 1979 freshman class at the
1Jniversity of South Alabama
i:llege of Medicine in Mobile.
E:-:He was recently initiated
6ito the Honor Society of Phi
-appa Phi at Auburn Univer- AB ST. JOHI
ity. Ab is also a member of
!.appa Psi Pharmacy Frater- fraternity.
ty, Rho Chi Pharmacy Ho- Ab is a 1971 gradua
7;orary, Phi Lambda Sigma St. Joe High School
"ftarmacy Leadership Honor- His wife Judy, pres
:a.y, and Delta Chi social side in Auburn, Alab
�,-


th as little
this week,
which was
se Bill 5,
I - 4. The
galize the
ution, de-
sale and

ve


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te of Port
. He and
ently re-
bama.


Gulf County

School Lunch



Menus


S Mon., May 21
-Sloppy Joe, French fries,
,!ange juice, brownie and
Ilk.
S - Tues., May 22
SFish, baked beans, corn-
tead, cole slaw, cookie and
'l; ilk.
Wed., May,23
Beef with noodles, tossed,
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salad, garlic bread, upside
down cake and milk.
Thurs., May24
Chicken, rice with gravy,
green beans, fruit cup, roll
and milk.
Fri., May 25
Hoagie sandwich, lettuce,
tomato, pickle, French fries,
cookie and milk.


use of laetrile by prescription
only. Laetrile being the con-
troversial drug credited with
many positive effects on can-
cer patients. The drug cannot
be used for the purpose of
transporting across state lines
and labels are required to
include a statement that the
drug has not yet been ap-
proved as a treatment or cure
for cancer.
Also, a Committee Substi-
tute for House Bill 479 passed
the House and, if passed by the
Senate, would provide for a
premniiiT discount in automo-
bile liability insurance for
persons who have had no
accidents or points in the past
36 months. The discount will
be contingent on successfully
completing any driving train-
ing course approved by the
Department of Motor Vehi-
cles.
In other debate, bills were
passed dealing with attorneys
fees, landlord-tenant, life in-
surance and the Florida Pro-
bate Code. I'd like to thank
everyone who has visited me
in Tallahassee and would like
to issue 'a standing invitation
to anyone interested. If you
have any questions regarding
any bill, please do not hesitate
to call me or my staff or call
the L~feislative Hotline at
1-800-342-1827.

Airman Parisi

Promoted to

Airman 1C
Sam R. Parisi, II, son of
Mrs. Pauline Burn of Port St.
Joe, has been promoted to
airman first class in the U.S.
Air Force.
The airman, an environ-
mental support specialist at
McConnell AFB, Kan., serves
with a unit of the Strategic Air
Command.
Airman Par.isi is a 1976
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School.


By Cong. Earl Hutto


Issues Facing Congress


This is the first of a regular
series of columns in which I
will attempt to enlighten you
on some of the issues before
the Congress. I greatly appre-
ciate The Star for the job it
does in keeping its readers
informed and for publishing
these articles as a public
service.
As I write this, I am riding a
bus from our residence in
Springfield, Virginia to my
office in the Cannon House
Office Building in Washington,
D.C. For the first several
weeks we were here, I drove to
work each day. The heavy
snows of February caused me
to switch. I began riding the
bus and subway and found it to
be such a good system that I
have continued on a regular
basis except on occasions
when my schedule makes it
difficult. It takes me a little
longer to get to work, but I
make use of the traveling time
by reading and doing some
work, and, of course, I do not
have to fight the traffic that is
common in a big city.
My lifestyle, like yours and
most Americans, has been one
of dependence on the automo-
bile. The snow that prompted
my switch to another mode of
transportation has also caused
me to think more seriously
about our energy problems.
Many people feel it is contri-
ved and not real. The Presi-
dent has said it is real and
serious. We all know that we
are feeling it in the high prices
at the fuel pump, and some
service stations have had
trouble getting the gasoline
they need.
America will overcome this.
problem as it has so many
others. In the meantime, I
believe we should be good
citizens and conserve as much
energy as we can. I feel good
about the few gallons of gas I
save by riding public trans-
portation. Now, I realize there
are not many mass transit
systems in the First Congres-
sional District of Florida, but
there are ways we can all
save. As I mentioned, we have
come to rely too much on our
cars. Oftentimes we hop in it


would be much better to walk,
from the standpoint of saving
and for out.,'physical health.
There are many times when
we could plan ahead with
other family members or
friends and cut down on the
number of trips we make as
well as doubling up and
carpooling. I know this is
easier said than done because
we are used to the conveni-
ence of going when we please.
Have you ever noticed how
many cars have only one
rider? There are times when
this is unavoidable, but there
are other times when perhaps
we should feel a little guilty
that the trip was not neces-
sary, or we could have asked
someone going to the same

Traffic

Fatalities

On Increase
Traffic fatalities in 1979
continue at an increased
rate said the Florida High-
way Patrol recently.
Preliminary totals for the
period January 1, 1979
through April 11 show that
this year's traffic deaths are
31 percent above the same
period'.last year. Totals for
the 1979 period are 746 killed
as compared to 567 for the
same period in 1978.
Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa-
trol director said, "Rural
traffic deaths number 455
for this year and urban,
deaths number 291. How-
ever, urban deaths are in-
creasing in 1979 at a 43
percent rate while rural
deaths are 25 percent above
1978."
"Statewide," he continued,
"about seven people each
day or about one person
every three hours is dying
on Florida streets and high-
ways."
"The tragic thing about
these crashes is that most
are caused by the driver
violating some traffic law.
In other words, drivers have
it within their power to


and drive to the corner practically eliminate traffic
convenience store when It des ..


place to ride with us. We now
use our vehicles for necessity
and for pleasure. Hopefully,
we can continue to do this on a
reasonable basis but, realisti-
cally, we may have to give up
some of our luxuries.
A recent development in our
own state of Florida gives us
hope for at least a partial
solution to the fuel problem.
Here in Washington this week,
the Florida Delegation wel-
comed the team of Ralph
Moody and Mike Shetley who
have come up with a car that
can get 84 miles per gallon of
diesel fuel. These gents told
me there is no reason these
cars cannot be mass produced
within a short time.
Their car was viewed by
many people here at the
Capitol, including the Speaker
of the House, as well as
several Congressmen and Se-
nators. We attended a Senate
subcommittee hearing with
Moody and Shetley, who testi-
fied about the car. Because of
this, I believe that Detroit will
get the message to get with it


or someone else will do it.
It is typical American and
very refreshing to know that a
couple of ordinary people can
come up with a car, a
turbo-diesel Mercury Capri,
that a whole industry has been
unable, or unwilling, to pro-
duce. Hopefully we will all be
driving high mileage cars in
the future. Until then, let's all
be more thoughtful about
conserving what we have.


St. Joe Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue
Port St. Joe, Fla.
229-8222


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Highway 71
Wewahitchka, Florida
639-5711


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can't get from other surface-applied soybean herbicides.
Especially in Alabama and Florida where soybean growers can
usually count on a wet year. Surflan won't leach out. It latches on
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
Surflan from your farm chemical supplier.
Elanco Products Company
A Division of Eli Lilly and Company
Indianapolis, IN 46206, U.S.A.


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you've tasted



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the weather.
When used according to label directions.


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Pfc. James C. Hands, whose
wife, Anita, lives in Daytona
Beach, recently was assigned
as a field wireman with the
130th Engineer Brigade in
Hanau, Germany.
Hands entered the Army in
September, 1977.
He is a 1977 graduate of
Wewahitchka High School.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Hands, Jr., live in
Wewahitchka.

President Andrew Johnson
had been a tailor and sewed
his own clothing when
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Gerber Strained
Baby Food


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Jars


$100


Picnic
COOKING
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32 Oz. Returnable
RC Cola,
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Nehi Flavors


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With $1.0 Order
k or More _A


Leseuer
PEAS


Jim Dandy
QUICK
GRITS
1 Lb. ss
Box
While It Lasts


No. 303


Sweetheart
BREAD
Hot Dog or H'burg
BUNS
2/89C


All Cons
Insect Spray
No.'303 Argo Green
Lima Beans .


Assorted Flavor
Drinks Gal.


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32 Oz. Fine Fare
Mayonnaise...


.$123


A39 Light Crust AAg
...39 Flour ...5 Lb. Bag89


$119


Cream Style or W. K.
Argo Corn . .3/$100


With $10 Order or More
Peak Anti-Freeze $299G9.


13 Oz. Pkg.
Chips Ahoy...
Liberty Street
Shampoo. .6.4,


. 99C
$149


8-8-8
Fertilizer .....


Organic Fertilizer 50 Lbs.
Cow Manure...
Fine Fare Gal.
Laundry Bleach.


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Fresh
Lb. 18' Yellow Sauash


Lb. 19'


lb. 159 Hard Head Fresh
4/59c Cabbage


Lb. 3/00


Ib. 19C Fr O L. k
lb 1 White Onions Lb. 29c


Golden Ripe
Bananas
Lb.27


Fresh
Yellow Onions Lb 19C
Firm
Dry Peanuts 2/ 100
Fresh Tender Lb.
Blackeye Peas 69C


Lb. 19'


California Driscal
rawberries


Pint 69c


Red or Golden
Delicious Apples 39Lb.


Regular Juicy
FLORIDA ORANGES


Doz. 690


Mrs. Filbert's
Margarine


2


1 Lb.
Pkg.


88'


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Each 99


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ORANGE JUICE


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PAGE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. MAY 17, 1M
OTC E , i OTA ' --MULLINS JAMES H. ET UX
NOTICE OFTAXSALK BLK 4 C. L. MORGAN AU TO WEWAHITCHKAL
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER W19.062 FLORIDA STATUTES, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT K L MORGAN A TO EAH THKA
THURSDAY. THE Slet DAY OF MAY. 1979, at 2:00 P.M., EDT, TAX SALE CERTIFICATES WILL BE -MULLOTNS JA2MES H
OLONTHEFOLLOWINGDESCRBEDLANDSTOPAYTHEAUNTDUE TAESERELK 4 C L. MORGAN ADD TO WEWAHITCHKA
SET OPPOSITE THE SAME, TOGETHER WITH ALL COSTS OF SUCH SALE AND ALL LOT 5 & LOT 3
ADVERTISING. SALE TO BE HELD AT THE GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE AT PORT. ST. JOE, 23 4
COUNTY OF GULF. FLORIDA.3 4 10-BRITT DAVID L.
RUIm NO. REC'D BK.20/74 OFF LEE BACK
PfT!lS.T WMt MBTRACT 8 LOT DES. IN BK 24/456
32 5 ELETHEL J ANN FROM LOTTIE MC ELROY
32 5 8-WHrF$IELO'ETHEL & JO ANN SOUTHERN HOMES SU80. UNIT 1
PER DEED RECORD dK 25/268 � "A SUSD. IN SECTION 24 T 4 R 10O
7 6 8-HALL ROBERT J. 23 GULF COUNTY* FLORIDA
ORB 47/288 10. -N H BUILDERS
.*.9 6 --WHITFIELD ETHEL 6 JO ANN a 62 K SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS
PER DEED RECD ORB 36�J714 $78 I4LK I SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS BOX
PER DEED REC O 36/714 LOT 4 75 X 151.68
FROM DAVIS --SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK OLK SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS BOX
NE.1/4 OF SWI/4 OF SECTION 5 TWP 7 LK LOT 6 75 X 151.68
S RGE 8 WEST " --SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS
/ LOTS 60 BY 30 FT ULK I SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS BOX
--EDDINS EARL L. 9 122.010 LOT 7 7b X 151.68
WHITFIELD ACRES $17.65" --SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS
RECVO ORB 55/683 FROM RILEY BK | .SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS BOX
WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION OF LOT 8 75 X 151.68
NWI/4 OF SWI/4 OF SECTION --SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS
5 TWP 7 S R 8 WEST BLK I SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS BOX
--CAMPSALL *J ANN WHITFIELO a 197 LOT 9 75 X 151.68
* BLK F WHITFIELD 4CRES SUBDIVISION $79.28 --SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS
LOT So 190 BY 210 FT. BLK l SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS BOX
WHITFIELD ACRES SECOND ADDITION LOT 10 75 X 151.68
TO HOWARD CREEK . MACKS ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
- -BROGDON JULIUS D. � 214 SECTION 25 T 4 R'10
BLK 2 WHITFIELD ACRES SECOND ADDITION $5.98 --CUMBIE MRS. INEZ & EMORY
L LOT 2 MACKS ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
, MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO* I LOTS 26. 27,
3 SWI/4 OF SEI/4 OF SECTION 5/7/8 GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBDIVISION
-BAILEY ANDREE�F. f 345 PARTS OF El/2 OF SWl/4 OF W1/2 OF
' LK I MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. 1 419.29 SEI/4 OF SECTION 24 T 4.R 10
LOT 4 --JACKSON CHARLES E -LT UX
MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. 2 OLK 6 GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBDIVISION
SWI/4 OF SE1/4 OF SECTION 5/7/8 LOTS .I 2. ORB 72/62 -
--HOLMES JOSEPH DALTON a 354 LAKE ALICE ADD TO WEWAHITCHKA
SLK 2 MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO* 2 44.31 BY E.M. FULLINGTON PARTS OF
LOT 4 . NW/4 OF SWI/4
KENTUCKEY LANDING SUBD. 2. 4 10-STEVENS THOMAS E*
UNIT NO. I IN SECTION 9/4/9 155 FT BY 300 FT BK 35/58 PART
'4 - --CAULEY KATIE G. E 484 OF ALICE PITTS TRACT
t BLK 1' KENTUCKEY LANDING SUBD. 136,85 . CIRCLE J. ESTATES IN SECTION
LOT 8 25 T 4 R 10 W GULF COUNTY, FLA.
4 9-DEESE DUELL H. & FANNIE K 515.001 25 .4 10-CHASON A. F. MRS.
REC'D ORB 6t/630 FROM GASKIN $22.79 REC'H SORB ?9/654 ORB 69/151 LE
BEING A 75 FT* BY 125 FT* LOT & RISESS? UBDIVISION
A 20 BY 75 FT. STRIP ORB 68/320 TO.WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
UNIT NO. I SECTION 30/4/9 --GAINOUS JOHN 0. & CARYLON
--BURCH RALPH EUGENE ET UX 58. dLK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISiON
BLK A RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. I 53 4 . O SLOT JON CAYLON0
LOT I . --GAINOUS JOHN Do & CARYLON
--NOLIND RAY E. ET UX � 9 586.050 .. K 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION
BLK E RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 1 $,8 OTUS JOHN 0 CAROLYN
LOT I 3 -!GAINQUS JOHN 0. & CAROLYN
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION d" 3% RISHES SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. 2 SECTION 30 T 4 R 9 'LOT 12 & W 1/2 OF LOT 13
-CARPENTER A. A. * 616o041 CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
BLK D RED BULL ISLAND SURBD UNIT 2 $9.31 TO WEWAHITCHKA FLORIDA
S 1/92 OF LOT 4 .SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
--CARPENTER A. A. 0 616.050 -PURSWELL JAMES ROSCOE
;BLK 0 RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2 $15.95 K ,CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
SLOT5 .LOT 14
--CARPENTER A. A. 616*060 IDA GRIFFIN SUBDIVISION
1BLK 0 RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.. UNIT NO. 2 . 1595 TO WWAHITCHKA FLORIDA
LOT 6 ' �. IN SEC T IO N 2 5 T 4 R I O
--CARPENTER A. A. 9 616.070 26 4 10-MC DANIEL RUBY
BLK D RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2 $15.95 75 FT BY 312 FT. LOT FROM
LOT 7 '" SANaRA PRICE ORB 64/669
CHUMNEY, EDWARD 617.09 26 4 I,-MILLER JAMES C.
BLK G RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT. NO. 2 15.09 .3 LOTS FROM CLECKLY LOTS 150
LOT 3 BY242
--CHUMNEY EDWARD 9 618 WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
OLK G RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2 .15.95 TO WEWAHITONCHKAT FLORIDA
LOT4 - IN SECTION 26 T 4 R 10
--BURKE LYDIA B. & SALLY GRODIS - 9 619.040 . -RITT DAVID L.
4 BLK J RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2 - $43.62 BLK 0 - WILLIAMSBORG SUBDIVISION
LOT-4 ORB 72/144 LOTS l. 2*
--STRICKLAND G. We & LOIS 9 621.040 --FISHER CHARLES Me & ANGELA M.
O BLK K RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2 $29.29 . LK F WILLIAMSBUR'k SUBDIVISION
LOT 16 LOT 7
--BUTLER HAROLD Me * 627. --FISHER CHARLES M. & ANGELA M.
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2 $15.95 BLK F. WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT 16 . LOT 8
--BUTLER HAROLD N . 627.030 .'--FISHER CHARLES M. & ANGELA M.
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2 $15.95 BL K F WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT 19 LOT 9
--BUTLER HAROLD M. � 627.040 . LESTERS SUBDIVISION
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2 $22.11 ECWE AHITCHKAs FLORIDA
LOT 20 G I ACRE ADJOINING - - --KNOWLES BILLY
.RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3 mv" BLK 3 LESTERS SUBoIVISION
IN U.S. GOV4T LOT 2 FRACTL. S1K3. LETTERS SUBDIVISION
SIN U.S. GOVT L UT 2 FRACTL ' S/2 OF LOT 25 ORB 29/764
SECTION 30 T 4 SOUTH RANGE 9 WEST 36 4 .10-HUGHES WILLIAM WILLIS
GULF COUNTY* FLORIDA REC'U ORB 57/938 FROM WHALEY
--BAKER JAMES G. 0 640.003 EC ORB 7/938-GRAY AMARTHA
dLK A RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3 $59.98 REC'D 72/48 FR1M WHALEY
LOT 2 BEING 130 BY 165 FT. LOT
S OCHRAN LANDING PROPERTY , 36 4 10-WARD BRONZELL & SARAH ..
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION BY PARKER 1 ReC0D- ORB .69/144. FROM WHALEY A A'
--CARTER LOSTON ' 642.011 36 '4 1 0-EDENFIELD ROY
BLK I COCHRAN LANDING PROP."UNRECORDED $217.68 ORB 21/775
LOT 12 36 4 10-SOLOMON JANICE ROBERTS
31 4 9-NORRIS THOMAS C. 9 668.010 BEG AT SEC OF SEt/4 OF SWI/4 OF
REC:D ORB 60/340 FROM HARDY $53.8& SECT 36 & RUN W 210 FT N 210 FT
19 -5 9-TRAYLOR LOIS 739. E 210 FT S 210 FT TO THE P08
GULF STA. FH. GASKIN ORB 35/6 $177.72 3. 4 10-SMITH KENNY
GULF COUNTY'FARMS INC. CONSISTING . SE1/4 OF SE1/4 OF NE1/4
OF 49 FARM TRACT IN SECTION 19 "" LESS SOLD OFF
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH RANGE 9 WEST ON *I S. 7 10-HINSON TALLICE
-- THE WEST SIDE OF STATE RD. 71 A 50 X 110 FT LOT FROM LIES
20 S 9-MAYHANN BILLY JOE ET UX 9 760 REC'O ORB 62/502
REC'D ORB:71/639 FROM FOSTER $68.67 BEATTY'S SUBDIVISION PLAT
A STRIP OF LAND IN THE NEC OF OF NWR/4 OF SECTION II T 7 R LD0
NWI/4 OF SWI/4 OF SECT 20 & ** --HANVIfR JAMES RAYMOND
JOINING UP TO TINDELL. 0*0 ULK I BEATTY'S SUBDIVISION
$ RIVERSIDE PARK SUBDIVISION LOTS 20.21,22.23.24.25.26.27.
CORRECTIVE REPLAT UNIT NO. 1 '-DICKENS RAY
BY JOE T. LAND IN SECTION 31 T 4 8t K E BEATTYQS SUBDIVISION
RANGE 9 WEST. GULF COUNTY. FLA. LOTS 7 THRU 15o 6 37.38.
- --WARD TILMAN E. ET UX a 807 STEEL HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
ULK 3 RIVERSIDE PARK SURD. UNIT NO 1 1$31.16 WHITE CITY .SECTION IIt T 7 R 10
LOT 7 -HARVEY CHARLES D. & JUDITH
--LISENBY GEORGE & MYRTIS 9 850 8LK 2 STEEL HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
BLK 7 RIVERSIDE PARK SUB. UNIT NO 1 $19.44 . LOT 9s 10*
LOT 7 15 7 10-MC CALL KENNETH LEE
--GRIFFEN RAYMOND J. 0 853 REC�D QRB 69/930 FROM RAMSEY
dLK 8 RIVERSIDE PARK SUB. UNIT NO I '$28.43 - BEING 162 FT. ON SR 71
LOTS t1 2. WIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
TWIN LAKES SUBDIVISION UNIT I LYING ON WEST SIDE OF SR 71
BY JOE T LAND SECT 36/3/10 BEING IN SECTION II T 7 R 10
r --DUNN GENE F. ET UX a 897.010 -. -UNKNOWN
OLK 13 TWIN LAKES SUBD. UNIT NO 1 $146.92 BLK 4 WIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY,
LOT 18 . NW 30 FT. OF LOT 12
TWIN LAKES SUBD. UNIT NO 1 WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. I
iBYJOEGT.LANDUNRECORDED SECTION 18 T 8 R 10.
--BUTLER HAROLD
29 5 9-SMILEY JOHN M. � 933 . 8LK- 2 WAR) RIDGE UNIT NO. I
NI/2 OF NW1/4 OF NEI/4.& 5.67 AC. $113.97 LOTS 15. 16. 17,
FR ROGERS & 1 AC FRUM ROBERS ORd . WARD RIDGE SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 2
': . 31/556 6 ORB 44/587 LESS 11 ACRLS SECTION 18 T 8 R 10
,' TO CLEVE KEVER --SMITH RAYMOND H.
29 5 9-BRYANT W. O. � 941.001 BLK 3 WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 2
A LOT OF LAND FH. FOREHAND BEING $36.82 LOT 9
S lo5 FT E 963.29 FT W TO RDO -* .MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1
NORTHWESTERLY 181.25 FT. TO POB IN FRACTAL SECTION 19 T 9 R 10
RECORD ORB 63/219 , --HESTER DIAMOND
"DOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION . LK . MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1
': IN NW1/4 OF SECT 34/5/9 & PART LOT 4
OF FRACTL SECT. 27/5/9 --WYNN JULIUS
T --FERNANOEZ CARL L. 9 1025 BLK .MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO l
BLK 8 DOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION $39.56 LOTS 12, 13.
S8 LOT LANIN SUBiVISION $39.56 MONEY BAYOU BEACH UNIT NO. 2
35 5 9-WHITFIELD ETHEL & JOE ANN U 1044 . 9 .'. OINOSECTION 19 T 9 R 10
REC'D BK 27/156 LESS LOT TO $7,699 ALL OF SECTION
,-.: HORTON ALL OF S�CT"ON
*, WINUNA GARDENS SUBO. 8 9 10-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
OF W 1/2 OF SECTION 5/6/9 ALL OF SECTION
"26 3 10-WICKS C. J. 9 1197 "7 9 10-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
SLOT 60 FT WIDE & RUNNING BACK TU $22.79 /2 OF N1/2
N LINE OF SECTION 25 2 18 9 10-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
' ~ BURGESS CREEK SUBDIVISION ALL MONEY BAYOU SECTION
IN SECTION 18 T 5 R 9 GULF COUNTY 19 9 ."0-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
--WICKS C. J. � 1225 ALL FRACTL. SECT. 19 LESS MONEY
" B.K 2 BURGESS CREEK SUBDIVISION $1944 BAYOU COTTAGES DES. ABOVE BEING
LOT 11 & N 100 FT OF 10 .. 33.6 ACRES
::: ,IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT I . INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBDIVISION
SECT 25 T 3 R 10 FRACTL. PARTS OF GOVT LOTS 1 & 2
--CARTER CHARLES A. 9 1209 IN SECTION 21.22 T 9 R 10
- OBLK 3 IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT I $15.26 --RAYMER PETER M. JR.
LOT 6 .LK a INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBOIVISION
RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION BY * ---LOT 28P
GASKIN BROTHERS LUMBER CO. 0 LK . - RAYMER PETE A M. JR.
c-. BEING IN SECTION 16/4/9 BLK . INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBDIVISION


--INGRAM CLIFFORD 0 1436 LOT 29O;
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION $32.8 -TLK INDIAN OLINASS BEACH SUBDIVISION
LOT 17 K INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBDIVISION
SHANLON SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 9 ORB 62/303
LOT 7 ORIG. IN SECTION 36/3/10 . CAMP PALMS SUBDIVISION
--MIXON P. E. & BETTY a 1477 IN SECTION Z1 T 9 R 10
OLK D HANLON SUBDIVISION $89.89 3? 5 tt-COTTRELL SHANNON C.
LOTS 9. 10 . " A LUT 240 BY 350 FT.
CENTRAL LANDING SUBDIVISION 33 5 11-GUL.F COUNTY SPORTSMAN CLUB
BEING IN SECT 3o/3/10 BEG AT NMC OF Ntl/4 OF SECT 33 TH
4 4 Et-STONE DAVID EC ET UXa " ". "-. - EAST 210 FT S 210 W 210 N 210 TO
4 4 610-STONE DAVID E ET UX 1526.001 -POB ORB 61/916 FROM MAOuOX
SRECD ORB 68/507 BEING KNOWN AS $19.44 aEACUN HILL SUBDIVISION
TRACT 3 OF AREA G UF STONE MILL "SEI/2 OF LOT 13 ORIG. SECTION 30
CREEK ACRES AND UN RECORDED PLAT *** AND LOT 3 OHIG.
MEEKS LAKE SUBDIOlVISION ** . SECrION 31 T 6 u 11
SECTION 14/4/10 --HARULD R. C.
,:r15 4 10-FLOWERS Le C. ET UX 0 1717.001 .it.K 6 BEACON HILL SUBuIVISION
150 FT. LOT REC'D ORB 68/282 $78.74 LOT 13
FROM BURLEY PARKtR --WALDO GLENN E.
45 4 10-PARKER THOMAS HENRY O 1717.002 .-LK 16 BEACON HILL USBODIVISION
A LOT LY4.NG IN THE NE COR. OF $19.44 LOT 13
NEI/4 OF SWI/4 ORB 70/506 FROM --BUTLER WALTON H.
BURLEY PARKER SR. dLK 25 BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
-1"5 4 10-PARKER THOMAS H. & BRENDA F. 9 1725 - LOT 2
100 BY 125 FT. ORB 63/209 FR $145.84 --MURNAY DONALD FT UX
* FLOWERS BLK 25 BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
23 4 10-ANDERSON FLORENCE 0 1765 LOT 15
LAND BEING IN NWI/4 OF NWI/4 $9.35 YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
23 4 10-JONES ROBERT L. & DELORES A. 0 1773 IN SECTION 5 T 7 R 11
A LOT 75 BY 100 FT. FROM ISIAH $6.00 --BUTLER HAROLD M.
JONES REC'D IN ORB 47/467 BLK 9 . YON*S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
C. L. MORGAN ADD TO THE CITY OF LOT 3
WEWAHITCHKA. FLURIDA ALL CITY --BUTLER HAROLD M.
' SECTION 23/4/10 NEI/4 UF NE1/4 OF BLK 9 YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
NEI/4A LOTS 14. 15


9 1807.001
$16.98
9 1808
$48.49


9 186S
$11.05

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9 1969.005
$23.13
9 1969.007
$23.13
0 1969.008
123.13
9 1969.009
$.23,13
9 1969.010
$23.13
9 1969.011
$23.13
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9 1988
$31.34
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9 2076
$31.34


0 2191
$64.09


9 2228
$39.51
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9 2346
$19.04
9 2346.002
$19.04

9 2346.003
$146.02
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N 2358
$23.13
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9 2452.011
$23.13-
9 2452.014
$43.62
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9 2506
$7.69
9 2524
$7.69
# 2525
$19.44,
- 2526
$7.69
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9 2571
$19.44
# 2586
$47.12
9 2590
$462;24
, 2590.00,1
9 2596 "
$52.99
9 2604
$6,00

9 2629
$64.09
9 2794.001
$11.09.
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9 2867
$120.76
a 2891
$22.90
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9 2914
$53.02
9 2945
$69.55
* *04

0 2964.001
$6.87
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440.61
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* 3060.004
$197.94

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9 3132
$120.76
9 3148
$144.39
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9 3164
$1 031.94
* 3 l5
9 3174
.407.60
49 3177
$846.33
9 3180
$576.34



9 3204.018
$23.77
9 3204.019
$23.77
9 3210.016
$33,02
044
40*
9 3396.003
$85.94
9 3426'.001
$19,29


* J593.001
$167.16
a 3686.001
$20.62
9 3733.020
$11.09
# 3733.071
$19.53


# 3902
$166.32
# 3904
$162.95


--BUTLER HAROLD M.
BLK 9 YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 6, 7. & NI/2 OF 5
--BUTLER HAROLD M.
BLK 9 YON'S ADDITION TO( BEACON HILL
LOTS 8. 9.
PORT ST. JOt BEACH UNIT NO. I
TO YON'S ADDITION PART OF SECTION
5 TWP 7 RANGE 11 WEST
--COSTIN C. G. JR. & GIBSON
BLK 6 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 4
--PARKER SAMMIE C.
tLK 6 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 6
--DAVIS JOHN H.
BLK 8 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOTS 10. 12
--WOOD PAUL WAYNE
BLK 11 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 6
--WOOD CARL DAVID
OLK II1 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 1
--COSTIN C. G. & GIBSON C/O
BLK 12 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 14
--BUTLER* DONALD H.
BLK 12 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 15
--BUTLER HAROLD
BLK 12 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 12
--BUTLER DONALD
BLK 12 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 16
--BUTLER DONALD
BLK 16 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 5
--BUTLER DONALD H. & BRENDA
BLK 16 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO* I
LOT 7
ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
PART OF SECTION 5 T 7 R 8
--COSTIN C. G. JR. & GIBSON
BLK 42 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 8
--COSTIN C. G. JR & GIBSON C/O
BLK 42 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 9
--COSTIN C. G. & GIBSON C/O
BLK 42 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2,
LOT 10
--BUTLER WALTON.
BLK 42 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 12
C. P. GAULDINGS ADDITION TO
HIGHLAND VIEW SWI/4 OF GOVVT LOT
14 IN SECTION 26 T 7 R 11
--MC LENDON FRED
BLK C C. P. GAULDINGS ADDITION
LOT 6
HIGHLAND VIEW SUBDIVISION
SI/2 OF GOVT LOT 13 LYING IN
SECTION 26 T 7 R 11
--WILLIAMS ESSIE V.
OLK A HIGHLAND VIEW SUBDIVISION
LOT 3
--SNIPES CYNTHIA
BLK C HIGHLAND VIEW SUBDIVISION
LOTS to
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
OF SI/2 OF GOVOT LOTS 11. 12.
BEING IN SECTION 26 T 7 R 11
-CARL DAVID WOOD
BLK C BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOTS 49 5
--BROWN J. G.
BLK J BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOT 4
FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION
TO HIGHLAND VIEW A SUBDIVISION OF
THE NI/2 OF LOTS 12. 17 ORIG.
SECTION 26 T 7 R 11
--WALLER J. M.
BLK A FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION
LOT 6 & 6 FT. OF THE W SIDE OF 3
FOREHAND THIRD ADDITION
TO HIGHLAND VIEW OF Wl/2 OF GOV'T
LOT 12 ORIG. SECTION 26 T 7 R II
--GOLOSBERRY JAMES E.
BLK A FOREHAND THIRD ADDITION
LOT 3 & N 25 FT. OF 12 & N EAST
28 FT* OF LOT 13
26 7 II-MESSICK BOBBY D. ET UX
LOT RUNNING E & W BY 47 1/2 FT*
BY 135 FT. N OF LOT 14 ORIG. ORB
72/248 FROM MADDOX
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
PART OF SECTIONS 1. 2 & SECTION
12 T 8 R 11
--HOLLAND ROBERT L.
BLK It CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 16 & 14 LESS 15 FT OFF NW COR
AND 15 FT. OFF SE COR. OF LOT 12
--WEST H. T. MR.
BLK 11 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
M41/2; F LOT 23 . . ; .
--IC A 4- . SON,_.:
BLK 16 CITY "OF Pti ST. JOE''
LOTS 13. & 2 IN. OFF S END OF 11
--KENT GLENN We
BLK 35 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 12
--STEVENSON GENE ET UX
BLK 42 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
S&70 FT. OF LOTS 28. 30
-HATCHER LARRY G.
8LK 52 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 8
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO* I
--ROBERTS DAVID C.
BLK 84 ST.. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO* I
L T 16
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
-CLAYTON LARRY
BLK 89 ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO* 2
LOT 6
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO* 9
--BERRY PHILLIP R.-
BLK 121 ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO* 9
LOT 13
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE PARTS OF
SECTIONS 35. 36, T 7 R 1
--SEWEY MARGARET
BLK 1001 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG*
LOT 22
--RHODES CHESTER S.
BLK 1004 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 30. 32 '
--BEWEY MARGARET
BLK 1006. CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
S1/2 OF LOT 12
--KEYS ERNEST L. & DOLLIE
BLK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 17
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO* 1
-JONES MRS. FAYE
BLK 1008 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO* 1
LOT 15
--WILLIAMS. ELIZABETH H.
BLK 1009 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOTS 13. & W 23 FT. OF LOT S15
--JULIUS EDDIE JR. � DIANA
BLK 1009 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOT 18
--NICKSON VONCILLE
BLK 1010 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOT 10 & E 25 FT. OF LOT 8
--LARRY BEVERLY A.
BLK 1010 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOT 6 & W 25 FT. OF 8
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
--BORDERS WILLIE LEE
BLK 1015 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 23
--GRANGER MRS. ANNIE G.
BLK 1016 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 8 & W 1/2 OF LOT 10
--MARTIN JUANITA EST. X ANNIE
BLK 1016 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO* 2
LOT 17
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
--BAILEY CHRISTkNE E.
BLK 1022 MILLVIEW AOOITIbN UNIT NO. 3
LOT 6
--FILMORE WILLIAM
BLK 1023 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
S 2265 FT* OF 17 N 57.5 FT OF 19
-HAMILTON KYLAR
BLK 1023 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
S 47.5 FT. OF 7 & N 32.5 FT OF 9
-JULIUS EDDIE
BLK 1023 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
S 57.5 FT. OF 3 & N 22.5 FT OF 5
--PRICE DAVID FLOYD
BK 1023 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
S 22.5 FT OF 18 N 57.S5 FT OF 20


ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES IN SECT*
36 T 8 R 11 GULF COUNTY* FLORIDA
--GRIFFIN JOHN C. & DOROTHY G.
8LK A ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT I
1 9 11-COOPER LAWRENCE E*
SI/2
2 9 II-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
FRACTL. SI/2 & SUB * LD* FR. ST.FL
I1 9 11-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
LOTS 1.2.3. ORIGo & SUBD. LAND
12 9 Il-COOPER LAWRENCE E*
ALL LESS ACRES RES* .BY HOLLINGER
13 9 Il-COOPER LAWRENCE Ea
ALL LESS ACRES RES BY HOLLINGER
14 9 Ll-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
LOTS 1,2*3.4. ORIG. & SUBOD LDo*
17 9 11-DEAL TROY No JR.
ALL FRACTL* INC. THAT PORTION OF
PIG ISLAND IN SECTION 17
20 9 11-DEAL TROY M. JR. ET UX
LOTS I1 4. 10 ORIG.
21 9 l-DEAL TROY Me JR* ET UX
LOT 4 ORIG.


0 3907
$251.77
* 3908
$189.95 .


# 4008
$36.40
9 4009
$36.40
* 4"026
$84.73
# 4046
)27.96
# 4048
$27.96

0 4056
$36.40
9 4056.010
$36.40
9 4061
$36.40
9 4063
$36.40
9 4082
$36'.40
9 4083
$36.40
400

9 4204.007
$23.77
9 4204.008
$23.77
9 4204.009
$23.77
8 4204.011
$393.64


# 4311
$75.21
*0*
0*0

9 4331
$11.09
* 4341.010
0**
0*0


# 4377
$60.02
9 4427
$88.10
0**
4**


9 4476
$12.76
0**
0*0

0 4531
$92.09

9 4544
$39.77



9 4700
$322.42

9 4702
$18.19
S .' 4731 .
$252.47
9 4863
4123.03
S49771'
$35.98
R 5097
$164,76
***
*0*
# 5369
$212,20


9 5444.010
$18.55


9 5667
1M.94


9 5694
$142.54
* 5767
$24.87
9 5796
$6.19
9 5801
$69.27


9 5841 4
$12.64 e
9 5861
$87.03
9 5864
$44.85
9 5872 T
$200.29
9 5872.001
$200.29

9 5940
$80.38
9 5949
�24.87
9 5957
$42.61


9 6031.010
$156.10
9 6035

9 6040
$158.10
9 6042
847.P
9 6050
$15.10


0 6249.001
$78.59

9 6265
$542.60
9 6267T
4 6A38.01

5761.96
$741.70
.9 6273
$913.84
& 6474
S711.34
,$583.11

$1546.53
$554..41
























The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on April 3, 1979 at 5:30 p.m.
*with the following members
present: Fred Greer, Chair-
man; Paul Sewell, Waylon
SGraham, J. K. Whitfield and
Gene Raffield.
The Superintendent and Di-
rector of Administrative Af-
fairs were present.
The meeting was opened
with the invocation by Sewell
and followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
The.Superintendent present-
\ ed Phyllis Bixler, a teacher at
Highland View Elementary'
School, with a plaque of
- appreciation from the Board
for being named Teacher of
the Year in Gulf County.
On motion and second, all
voted Yes to approve the
minutes of March 6, 1979 and
March 8, 1979.
The board reviewed the
contract with Kolretz Con-
Sstruction Company. The
* Board Architect will secure
Release of Liens from sub-
contractors before final pay-
S ment is made to the prime
contractor on the St. Joe
Elementary School Renova-
tion Project.
On motion and second, the
board unanimously approved
t drawings of the fire alarm
-system for the St. Joe Elemen-
tary School Renovation Pro-
ject.
On motion and second, all
voted Yes to approve Phase I
of the architectural drawings
on the Auto Mechanics Facil-
w ity at Wewahitchka High
* School.
The renovation of Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School
was discussed. On motion and
second, all voted Yes to.
appoint Charles Gaskin as
Architect for the project.
The Board: architect will
furnish the Board with ,a
'q monthly written progress re-
port of all construction mat-
ters. This report to be filed
With the Superintendent's of-
fice on the day prior, to regular
board meetings.
The Board discussed. two
bids on hospitalization insur-
ance from- Blue Cross-Blue
Shield and Liberty Life Insur-
ance Company.
These bids were tabled until
" the insurance committee
coul4 conduct a county-wide
-,.Usrvey. The survey will be
presented to the Board April 0,
1979.
On motion and second, all
voted Yes to approve the
school calendar as presented
by the Superintendent. Copies
are on file in the Superinten-
dent's office.
The Board discussed the
federally funded vocational
p programs for the 1979-80
school year. On motion and
second, the Board unanimous-
ly approved these programs.
' Copies are on file in the
Superintendent's office;
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, the board approved
the following personnel re-
commendations:
Non-Instructional: appoint
Julianne Dean as part time
aide at Port St. Joe High
School, appoint Maxine Sloan
as aide at Port St. Joe High
School, appoint David Had-
dock to the maintenance staff;


Instructional appointed to
Continuing Contract: Linda
Faye Taunton, Linda Wright,
Myrtle Howell, Phyllis Bixler,
Linda Husband, Richard Wil-
liams, Wayne Stevens, Jerry
Rich, Beverly Rich, William
Parker.
Instructional Appointed to
Annual Contract: Clotel Wil-
liams, Barbara Gilbert,
James Belin, Vic Adkison,
Nan Adkison, Sue Forehand,
Alfred Millergren, Rhonda
Pridgeon, Margaret Boman,
Joseph Walker, Rex Wimber-
ly, Jane Walker, Nancy Noble,
Robert Kennedy, David
Humphries, Carmena Fen-
nell, Carol Cartier, Diane
Christo, Betty Ann Owens.
The board reviewed a pro-
posed bus stop change in the
Howard's Creek area.'
Transportation Coordinator
reported that Carolyn Rice
has completed requirements
for driving the Gulf Coast
Community College bus from
the Wewahitchka area.
On'motion and second, all
voted Yes .to approve, both
transportation matters.-
A list of sewing machines
that were unusable were pre-
sented by Port St. Joe High
School. On motion and second,
the board voted unanimously
to dispose of these machines.
A copy of this list is on file in
the Superintendent's office.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, the board unanimous-
ly approved the following
student matters:
Approve that ,Shawna Ep-
person attend Port St. Joe
Elementary School;
Approve request that Ann
Graddy be granted early
admission to Gulf Coast Com-
munity College.
Bids were received on time
deposits from Florida First
National Bank and Wewa-.
hitchka State Bank. On motion
and second, all voted Yes to
accept the highest and best bid
of Florida First National Bank
on $155,582.46 at 9.5 percent;
and Wewahitchka State Bank
on $100,000.00 at 9.5 percent.
Copies of all bids are on file in
the Superintendent's office.
The Board discussed a citi-
zens' proposal to light the
baseball field at Wewahitch-
ka..
On motiob-and- second,' all
votedY&i o bilg-a ftudyf
the summerifeeding program..
The Superintendent present-
ed a Governor's Proclamation
depicting March 25-31 as Com-
munity Education Week,
The Monthly report on We-
wahitchka's Community Ser-
vices Program was distribu-
ted.

The Gulf County School
Board met in special session
on April 12, 1979 with ,Ithe
* following members present:
Fred Greer, Chairman; Paul
Sewell; Waylon Graham;
Gene Raffield; and J.K. Whit-
field.
The Superintendent and
Board Attorney were present.
. On motion and second, the
Board unanimously approved
the language of Article XVIII
of the Collective Bargaining
Agreement between the Gulf
County School Board and the
Gulf County Classroom Teach-
ers' Association as follows:


The Gulf County Schi
will contribute $1
month to the success
for each full time
toward the cost of
proved health care p
The Board review
tabulation study on
zation insurance. O
and second, the Boa
mously approved the
of Liberty Life Ii
Company.
There being no
business, the board a
to meet agaifi May

Dykes Is


Outstan

Airman
Airman First Clas
M. Dykes, daughter
Betty 'J. Fowler o
hitchka, has been
Outstanding Airmai
* Year at Wright-P
AFB, Ohio.
An administration
ist, Airman Dykes wa
ed for professional s:
performance and ex
conduct. She is assign
Foreign Technology
a' part of the Ai
Systems Command.
The airman is a 19'
ate of Wewahitchi
School. Her father
Dykes, -resides at 20
St. in Port St. Joe.


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. PAGE THIRTEEN


Common Sense and Concern Are Basic


MINUTES

of the



Board of Public Instruction


I Horror stories of people who
mistreat animals abound, but
- during "Be Kind to Animals
ool Board Week" a University of Florida
0.00 per veterinarian says murh of this
ful bidder unkindness can be preve:med
employee with a little common sense
Sthe ap- and concern for another living

awed the creature's well-being.
hospitali- Dr. Stephen Crane, profes-
n motion sor in the College of Veteri-
rd unani- nary Medicine at the UF's
e best bid Institute of Food and Agricul-
nsurance tural Sciences (IFAS), says

further that many of the problems he
adjourned sees in daily practice result
8, 1979. from a simple lack of know-
ledge about animals and pet
owners' inattention to the
basic needs of their pets.
-At this time of year in
ding Florida, for example, the
weather is warm, making it
important for animals to have
plenty of fresh water at all
times.
ss Norma Pet owners who leave their
of Mrs. animals in cars while they
f Wewa- shop are another source of
i named concern to Dr. Crane. This
n of the practice can result in the
atterson death of an animal.
"the temperature inside a
special- closed car can approach 165
asselect- degrees. Because animals
kill, duty don't sweat, the only way they
exemplary get rid of heat is to pant, which
ned to the will not be effective enough in
Division, very. high heat. If an animal's
r Force body temperature goes above
108 degrees for a short period
76 gradu- it will die. Unfortunately, this
ka High is not an uncommon situa-
r, Jason tion."
06 Duval If you cannot avoid leaving
your animal in a parked car,
Crane advises that you park in
the shade, open windows to let
in as much air as possible
without letting the animal out,
-and return as soon as possible.
Cars are hazardous in other
ways, Crane adds. Florida's
warmer weather means that
animals spend more time
outside, increasing the chance
. that they will be hit by a car.
OI � "If your dog doesn't respond
to voice commands, keep him
on a leash," Crane says.
If your'pet, or another
animal you see, is struck by a
card, the most important thing
Sto do is to' prevent further
injury without being bitten.


HELP

PREVENT

BIRTH
P .DEFECTS



March of

Dimes,
THIS SPACF CONTRIBUTED BY THE PUBLISHER


Muzzle the. animal with a
T-shirt, belt, small rope or
piece of twine, Crane says.
If the animal appears badly
injured, ease it onto a blanket
or board - keeping back, neck
and limbs straight - and take it
to a veterinarian immediate-
ly.
Stop any bleeding with
pressure directly on the
wound. A towel or T-shirt will
work for applying pressure in
an emergency.
The abandonment of pets is
one of the most unkind acts
towards animals that Crane
sees. One way to avoid an
unwanted pet is to make sure
the animal you select fits your
lifestyle and surroundings.
"All too often people don't
examine their environment
for its suitability for a particu-
lar pet before they select it,"
Crane says.
An elderly couple in a small
apartment, for example,
would probably not have the
lifestyle or surroundings suit-
ed to a Great Dane or another
large or vigorous dog. A cat,
bird, aquarium or smaller dog
would be a more appropriate
pet, Crane says.
If an animal is no longer
water and cannot be adopted,
Crane says it should not be
turned loose. Rather than
letting the animal risk the
elements and die an agonizing
death, it is kinder to take the
animal to the veterinarian or


Food Stamp


Hours Are


Changed

Effective June 1, 1979, the
new issuance hours for the
Gulf County Port St. Joe Food
Stamp office are as follows:
First Thursday of each
month from 10:00 a.m. until
1:30 p.m., all other Thursday's
during the month will be from
10:00 a.m. until 12 noon.
As of June 1, 1979., ther ,will,
be no'stamps issue& on the
first Friday, of the.xnonth.


the animal shelter for humane
euthanasia, he says.
Pets, like people, should
have an annual examination
by their doctor, Crane says.
Many infectious diseases can
be prevented by vaccination.
Worms and other parasites
can be controlled more easily
with a veterinarian's help.
Fleas are a health hazard all
too common in Florida and
they should be controlled,
Crane says. They are often
responsible for serious as well
as non-serious skin diseases
and are the intermediate host
for tapeworms.
Flea control may be.difficult
and require the help of a
professional exterminator or
your vet.
Crane says that being kind


to animals requires little sense and practicing the Gold-
special effort - just common en Rule.



You Are Cordially Invited to Attend


LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Jerome Carnter,
Minister of Music


(Continued from Page 12) Gulf County's Notice of Tax Sale


15/22 9 It-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
REC'D ORB 38/142 IIB SUBM.
15/22 9 II-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
IIe SUBM. LAND BK 36/350
* 22 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
W 675 FT. OF LOT I ORIG*.
AND SURFSIOE EST. UNIT NO.' 2
700 FT. GULF FRONTAGE
22 9 il-FLORIDA DEV. CORP.
SK 13/415 IN SECT 22 & 94.68 AC
ANd LOT 3 ORIG. LESS THE EAST
22.85 FT. OF LOT 3 TO GLENN & M
1/2 OF GOVT LOT 2 TO OTHER PARTIES
& LESS 3.37 ACRE TO OJAY
23 9 Il-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
DEED FROM IIB SUBD. LD 36/860
23 9 Il-SEASHORE LAND &.DEV. CO.
Wi/4 OF LOT 4. 330* BY 1000' 330'
GULF TO BAY ORB 61/185
23 9 11-HARRIS MARYLEA & GEORGE E.
RECOD ORB 38/194-5 425 FT. BAY &
GULF
24 9 il-TROPIC LAND 6 DEV. CO..
* REC'D ORB 20/42 N OF SR 30 &
LYING ON W SIDE OF SECT. ORB
47/375 4*293.1 FT.
24 9 I1-COOPER LAWRENCE E.*
ALL LYING NORTH OF,SpD LESS 68 AC
TO TROPIC LAND & DEV. CO.
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
A SUBDIVISION OF THE SOUTH 966.63
FT. OF GOVOT LOTS 5 & 6 IN FRACT.
SECTION 36 T 8 R 12 W GULF COUNTY
-PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
:LOT I
--PENINSULA ESTATES
8LK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
-LOT 2
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
iLOT 3
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 5
--PENINSULA ESTATES
8LK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 6
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 7
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 8
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 9
--PENINSULA ESTATES
8LK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT-'10
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 11
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 12


0 6286
$6S.46.
* 6290
0 6295gg1"
$1,285.05

f 6300
$954.32


9 6310
$66.76
9 6311
$622.75
* 6316
$299.44
# 6320
$8,727.61

* 6321
$498,31



& 6349.001
)112.32
A 6349.002
$112.32
0 6349.003
$112.32
9 6349.004
$112.32
* 6349.005
$213.57
& 6349.006
$213.57
0 6349.007
$213.57
0 6349.008
$213.57
# 6349.009
$213.57'
8 6349.010
$213.57
# 6349.011
$213.57
9 6349.012
$213.57


--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 13
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A- PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 14
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 15
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 16
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 17
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 18
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
TRACT I
--PENINSULA ESTATES
OLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
TRACT 2
--PENINSULA ESTATES
dLK B PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT I
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK 8 PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 2
--PENINSULA ESTATES
dLK B PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 3
--PENINSULA ESTATES
bLK B PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
8LK B PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 5


--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK B PENINSULA ESTATES
TRACT 3
--PENINSULA ESTATES
bLK 8 PENINSULA ESTATES
LAND NOT INCLUDED
BY 100 FT. LOT


SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION

SUBDIVISION
267.80 FT


--PENINSULA ESTATES
3LK C PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 1
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 2
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 4
--PENINSULA.ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 5
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 6
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 7


9 6349.013
.$213.57
0 6349.014
$213.57
# 6349.015
$112.32
# 6349.016
$112.32
9 6349.017
$112.32
* 6349.018
$112.32
* 6349.019
$87.02
9 6349.020
$87.02
* 6349.050
$53.27
& 6349.051
$53,27
0 6349.052
$53.27
# 6349.053
$53.27
# 6349.054
$53,27
# 6349.055
$205.13
0 b349.056
$36.40

* 6349.070
$78.59
# 6349.071
$78.59
V 6349.072
$78.59""
# 6349.073
978.59
0 6349.074
$78.59
0 6349.075
$78.59
# 6349.076
$78.59


--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LAND NOT INCLUDEo BSING
260.27 FT BY 847.49 FT.
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK U PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT I
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK 0 PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 2
--PENINSULA ESTATES
dLK D PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK 0 PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
bLK D PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 5
--PENINSULA ESTATES
OLK D PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
TRACT NU. 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK E PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT I
--PENINSULA ESTATES
1LK E PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 2
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK E PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK E PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
bLK E PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
TRACT NO. 5
SUR-SIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 1
SECTION 22 T 9 k 11 GULF COUNTY
--SEASHORE LAND OEV. CO.,
BLK 1 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOTS I THRU 16
--SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
bLK I SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOTS IT. 18
--SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
BLK 2 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOTS I THRU 20 .
--SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO..
BLK 3 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOTS I THRU 20
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
SECTION 22 T 9 R 11 GOLF COUNTY
--SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
BLK 4 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOTS I THRU 20
-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
BLK S SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOTS I THRU 20
--SEASHORft LAND . DEV..CQO.
BL 6 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOTS I THRU 10 & 12 THRU 18
PINt BLUFF SUBDIVISION IN SECTION
23 T 9 R 11 GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
22 - 9 ll-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
ALL THAT PART OF- THE E 450 FT. OF
ORIG. GUV*T LOT I


* 6349.077
$95.46

* 6349.090
$53.27
9 6349.091
$53.27
�- 6349.092
$53.27
0 6349.093
$53.27
0 6349.094
$53.27
# 6349.095
$508.86
* 6349.200
$53.27
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$53,27
a 6349.202
$53.27
# 6349.203
$53.27
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$1, 198.99
* 6372.020
$272.64
* 6372.025.
$677.59
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$677.59

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$677;50
9 6372.125,
'-$677.59
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$1,Z85.05

# 6383
,$205.J3


HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON, Gulf County Tax Collector


Criteria for


FARM BUREAU



Insurance A Companies


Life - Fire - Auto


GREG GOODMAN, Representative

Office Hrs.: 9-5, M-F Office 227-1684
Home 227-1407
Offices located at Stephens Vault Co.,
412 MONUMENT AVENUE
-- - - -- - - - . . . . _


"Being Kind to Animals Week "


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.


PAGE THIRTEEN




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Limit with $0

,.-- -or More Food Order

MEADOW GOLD, ALL FLAVORS
ROUND
ICE CREAMLimit 2 GALLON
IGA Orange Juice... ....
IGA Fish Steaks
Turkey, Meat Loaf, Salisbury Steak
Morton Dinners & Chicken ...
McKenzie Butter Beans.
BUTTER ME-NOT
BISCUITS 3 CANS

Kraft Whip Parkay.. .. .2
SSLICED 1
IGA Cheese Singles::::cAN P
Grapefruit Juice (TROPICANA) 2
Sealtest Sour Cream .. ...
Ga. Grade 'A' Small
EGGS 2 Doo
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IGA
IPeach Slices .. .......
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Lykes Smoked Center Sliced Picnic . .... lb.
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Register's Smoked Link Sausage, ...... lb.


Pork Feet


Pork Maws


$119


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RED POTATOES 98C D
Ga. Homegrown Yellow Fresh
Squash . . . b $10 Garlic . . . . Large Pod 25
Fla. Valencia Cb. 99 Cello 2/48
Oranges.. SaLb. 99 Carrots ... Bags 2/48


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(Family Pack) .. . . . lb 19 I
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THURSDAY, IVAY 17, 1979 PAGE 'IFTEEN


Congress Funds





Economic District


Congressman Earl Hutto announced re-
cently that the Apalachee Regional Planning
Council is one of 29 new multi-county planning
areas which have been selected by the
Economic Development Administration for
initial funding for' Fiscal Yedr 1979 as
Economic Development Districts.
Presently the Apalachee Regional Planning
Council has 10 member counties which
include Leon, Jackson,- Franklin, Calhoun,
Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Liberty, Walkulla,
and Washington counties respectively.
A member of the Economic Development
Subcommittee and the Public Works and


Transportation Committee, Hutto has taken
an active role in the consideration of the new
Economic Development Act now before the
House of Representatives.
The funding for the Apalachee Regional
Planning Council will be used for purpose, of
hiring a staff to implement a professional
economic development process in these
areas. As the first step in this process EDA
regional offices will request each of the
prospective grantees to submit a planning
grant application detailing their proposed
program. The amount of each grant will be
determined through subsequent discussions.


Try these secret Italian rec-
ipes to take the "BLAHS" out
of regular family dishes and
turn them Into gourmet
delights.
Did you know Spanish Olive
Oil .is the ONLY' oil to keep
spaghetti from Sticking? Notice
each recipe includes delicate.
light Spanish Olive Oil as
packed by Pompeian.
SPAGHETTI MEAT SAUCE
'/ cup POMPEIAN Olive Oil
1 cup chopped onions
(2 large)
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 lb. ground beef
2-1 lb. cans'whole peeled
tomatoes
2-6 oz. cans tomato paste
K! cup water
Ni cup chopped celery
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
1 tablespoon salt
� I teaspoon sugar
I bay leaf
I teaspoon oregano
,4 teaspoon marjoram
'/i teaspoon pepper -
Heat 'olive oil in a large
saucepan. Add onions and gar-
lic and cook until soft, about 5
minutes. Add ground beef and
fry until brown. Add remaining
ingredients and simmer 2' to 3
hours, stirring occasionally, un-
til sauce thickens. Makes 3-'-
pints. Prepare your spaghetti as
usual. Serve sauce over spa-
ghetti. It's delicious "Italiano."
ITALIAN POT ROAST
2 tablespoons Spanish Olive
Oil
2'1 pounds top round or chuck
roast
2 onions, sliced
I clove garlic
crushed salt and pepper
1-40oz. can .tomatoes
pinch mixed herbs
' pint stock or water
. 4 tablespoons red wine
6 to 8 stuffed olives, sliced


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
CHARLIE H. TURNER, JR.,
Husband - Petitioner,
and
CORETHA TURNER,
Wife, Respondent.
FINAL JUDGMENT
THIS CAUSE having been heard by
- the Court upon the Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage, Receipt of Summons,
Agreement entered into by and between
the parties, testimony of Petitioner and
the Court being fully advised in the pre-
mises, hereby finds as follows:
A. Petitioner has been a resident of
the State of Florida for more than six
months next before the filing of the
Petition herein.
B. Petitioner and Respondent were
married to each other approximately 18
years ago in Apalachicola, Florida.
C. There are no minor children of the
parties.
D. The parties have entered into an
Agreement resolving matters of real 'and
personal property and mutual debts of
the parties.
E. The marriage between the parties
is irretrievably broken. It is therefore,
ORDERED AND ADJUDGED as fol-
S lows:
1. The mar-iage between the parties
is dissolved because the same is irre-
trievably broken.
. 2. The Agreement entered Into by and
between the parties is ratified and con-
firmed and made a part of this
Judgment as if fully set forth herein.
3. The Court retains jurisdiction of
this matter to enter such other and
further Orders as it may deem appro-
priate and necessary.
DONE AND ORDERED in Port St.
Joe,pulf County, Florida, this 29th day
of March, 1979.
-s- John Hodges, Circuit Judge
4tc 5-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR.
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
FRED DOUGLAS WARREN,
Husband, Respondent,


And
MARY DELORES WARREN,
Wife, Petitioner.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Fred Douglas Warren
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of. Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your Answer
or other response to the Petition on
Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.,
P. O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before
the 7th day of June, 1979. If you fail to do
so, a Final Judgment for the relief
sought may be granted by Default.
DATED this the 7th day of May, 1979.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: -s- Joni D. Shores, Deputy Clerk
4t 5-10

REGISTRATION OF
FICTITIOUS NAMES
We, the undersigned, being duly
sworn, do hereby declare WAUNETA'S
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE, located at
116 Monument Ave., Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456, and the extent of own-
ership is as follows: Wauneta Brewer.
4tp 4.26

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUINITY
ASSOCIATES FINANCIAL SERVICES
COMPANY OF FLORIDA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLES M. FISHER, ANGELA M.
FISHER and MILES HOME DIVISION
OF INSILCO CORPORATION,
Defendants.
Case No. 79-42
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MILES ROME DIVISION OF
INSILCO CORPORATION
4500 Lyndalle Avenue, North
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55412
You are hereby notified that an action


the members of the



Church of Christ

invite you to meet with them:

Sunday Mcrreing Bible Study ........... 10:00 A.M.
Sunday Morning Worship .............. 11:00 A.M.
Sunday Night ......................... 6:00 P.M.
Wednesday Night ..................... 7:00 P.M.


Corner 20th St. & Marvin

For information call 229-6969


to foreclose a Mortgage on the following
Described real property in Gulf County,
Florida, to-wit:
Lots Seven (7), Eight (8) and Nine
(9). Block F, Williamsburg Sub.
division, according to the official
map or plat thereof on record In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Gulf County, Florida,
has been filed against you and other
Defendants, CHARLES M. FISHER and
ANGELA M. FISHER, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on MAYO C. JOHN-
STON of the law firm of DAVENPORT,
'JOHNSTON, HARRIS, GERDE &
HARRISON, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose
address is 406 Magnolia Avenue, Pan-
'ama City, Florida, on or before the 14th
day of June, 1979, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court, either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise, default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Amended Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on the 2nd day of May, 1979.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: -s- Susan E. Bigelow,
Deputy Clerk 4t 5-10


Youngsters try out canoeing at camp.


Gov. Proclaims "Write



Your Grandparent Week"


Photo: DiCamillo Baltimore
Heat the olive oil in the cooker with the trivet removed) and
brown the meat on all sides. Lift out the meat and place the trivet
in the base of the cooker. Replace the joint on the trivet. Add the
onions, garlic, seasoning, tomatoes and herbs. Pour in the stocl'.
and wine, making sure that the cooker is not more than half full.
Bring to high pressure and cook for 30 minutes. Allow the pressure
to reduce at room temperature. Check the seasoning. stir in the-
olives and serve.
ZUCCHINI ITALIANO
(4 servings I
3 tablespoons Spanish Olive 1 pound firm, 1' 2-inch
Oil diameter zucchini, cut into
. -inch slices
2 small white onions, chopped I teaspoon seasoned salt
I garlic clove, mashed I teaspoon oregano
Combine olive oil, onion and garlic in an 8-inch square glass
baking dish and cook 3 minutes. Stir in zucchini and season with
salt and oregano. Cover and cook 3 minutes. Stir. Cook additional
3 minutes. Stir. Lec stand, covered. 5 minutes, before serving.
Italian Dessert
CRUNCHY APPLES CARAMEL
'. cup walnuts '.: cup firmly packed light
2 tbsp. Pompeian Olive Oil 3 tbsp. water
2-tbsp. butter or margarine I, cup golden raisins
I ', Ilbs. (3 large) red apples, !iN tsp. nutmeg
cored and sliced into rings Dash salt
Saute walnuts in olive oil and butter in large skillet until lightly
toasted: remove from pan:mPry apple rings-on both sides until
tender. Place apples and nuts in shallow serving dish; keep ,w.Arrm
Combine remaining ingredients in skillet: stir and heat until sugar
dissolves and boils. Pour over apples and nuts. Serve warm. Makes
6 servings.
Send for more recipes for Italian dishes and other foods to:
Pompeian. Inc.. 4201 Pulaski Highway. Baltimore. Md. 21224..


The week of Monday, May
14 - 20 has been proclaimed by
Governor Robert Graham of,
Florida as "Write Your
Grandparents Week." This
special event was designed to
promote and encourage an
awareness of those elders
among us, and to create
avenues of open communica-
tion between youth and the
aged.
The event is a project of the
Later Maturity.class in the
Department of Home and
Family Life at Florida State
University. It began in 1974
and is under the supervision of
Dr. Don Rapp, PhD. The class
attempts to replace our cur-
rent negative ideas of old age
with better awareness toward
humaness of the later years. It


Susan Quarles


Is Bryan Grad.
Miss Susan Quarles gradu-
ated from Bryan College with
a B.S. degree in business
administration during the re-
cent 46th commencement con-
vocation. She also was cited
for having scored at the 90


is important to realize that one
does not grow old at 65. One
grows old today, now, and
every moment hereafter.
Through the use of commit-
tees within the class; chur-
ches, clubs and schools
throughout Florida are con-
tacted and encourages to
participate in "WYGPW."
Still another, committee works
at matching young people
without grandparents with a
list of older persons who would
appreciate a nice letter. Any-
one interested in a "Foster
Grandparent" to write, may
contact Dr. Rapp and his class


by writing to him in care of the
Dept. of Home and Family
Life, Florida State University,
Tallahassee, Florida, 32306 or
calling (904.) 644-6059.
Please join us in paying
tribute to our elderly loved
ones by writing "to' your
grandparents, parents or fos-
ter grandparent ddiifg the
week of May 14 - 20.




The body of an adult man
contains more than 10 gallons
of water.


Forestry Division Having


Environmental Camps


The Florida Division of
Forestry has ten exciting
weeks planned for this sum-
mer vacation. Beginning June
17 and continuing for ten
consecutive weeks, any stu-
dent in the sixth though
eleventh grades will be eligi-
ble to attend one of the two
Division of Forestry's sum-
mer environmental camps.
The two environmental
camps are located on Black-
water River State Forest
northeast of Pensacola and on
Withlacoochee State Forest
north of Tampa.
Environmental experts
from the Division of Forestry
and trained college students
instruct small groups of stu-
dents about the outdoors.
There is also plenty of super-
vised swimming, canoeing,
volleyball and new friends.
The $60 fee for the one week
session includes three hot


meals each day and living
quarters in dormitories.
Twelve students each will will
be eligible for an additional
week of advanced learning,
free of charge.
Additional information, bro-
chures and application forms
may be obtained from local
Division of Forestry offices or
by writing: Environmental
Forester, Collins Bldg., Talla-
hassee, FL 32304.


TIlHE TIME Is NOWl
IMMEDIATE OPNINOSI
WE PROVIDE * GOOD PAY
* EXPERT RAINING * EDU-
CATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
* MANY OTHER GREAT BENE-
FITS.
TRY ONE OF THESE (NO EX-
PERIENCE NEEDED):
CALL: (904 763-13o1
TSgt RonWloce. 6O1-BUsksbyAe.
aonamo City. FL 32401


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OPEN



The Fish House



Restaurant


Seafood & Steak Dinner

6 - 11 P.M., E.S.T.


Mexico Beach


648-8950


FLORIDA



NATIONAL IS


PEOPLE.


CHRIS KING


oppopme -got ..r-i -


People like Ted Cannon,
President of Florida First National
Bank at Port St. Joe. You should get
to know him, because he and all
the people at Florida Nato
ca'd mole'lfdfytthtnfu'1
might think.
They're people wholl help you
improve your home. Or put you
in a car.
People who'll set up a savings
Plan just for you. And help yqu
plan for retirement.
People who'll give you a choice
of checking accounts. And take
an interest in your business. And
even guard your valuables.
And so much more, you need to
find out for yourself. Get to know
Ted Cannon and all the Florida
National people in town.
Get to know your bank


Susan Quarles
percentile or higher in social
science on the Graduate Re-
cord Examination, based on
national norms.
The daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Quarles, 209
Ninth St., Port St. Joe, she
plans to be married in the fall
to Craig Harmon of Escondi-
do, California.


First United

Methodist Church

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


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






FIRST


BAPTIST CHURCH

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

SUNDAY SCHOOL .................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORKSHIPSERVICE .... 11:00A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ................. 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God with Us"'


Spanish Olive Oil Revealed As. . .,


Elegant Secret Of Great Italian Cooks


- Public Notices -


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.







1 INFLATION





P ORK AN l* APPLE PARS DU
BEANS CORN WT
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WITH PLAI


BECAUSE
WE WANT
TO BE
YOUR KIND
OF STORE
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INTRODUCES A NEW
"N0 DRAND" LINE
OF FOODS AND
HOUSEHOLD EMS
PRICED 10%-35%
BELOW NAME BRADS


IN AND SIMPLE


NO


BRANDS


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Cut into Rib Eyes, approx wt. 15 lbs.
Beef Rib Sale..... Lb. $1.79


Heavy Western
ROUND $1 69
STEAK Lb. *


Hungry Jack Buttermilk or Tastin
BISCUITS 12 o.79
Pggy Wggy Single Wrap $
CHEESE FOOD '. l.


0MANE JNICE
CME AAMME
CONAMON ROLLS


=. 69
lb. 91
S691


Swift Prem. Blade
CHUCK Lb.$139
ROAST


TV Frman Crinkle Cut
POTATOES 5IbIE
Mortn Apple, Muberry P r
LCherm Gre Utt tile O 3
cm m ,2 79c
GEAM PES rB.
IMi toMaid ogiEk n F on
ORANBEJUE AZ 98
Minute Mid Frozenm 6
LMUEADE 2-59


. Lb. $1.59


Swift Premium
CHUCK Lb.
STEAK Lb


Round White
Potatoes


Green Giant
Whole Kernel or Cream


CORN


3 $ oo
No. 303
Cans


Green Giant
Cut or French Style
GREEN
BEANS

3 $00
No. 303
Cans


Argo Whole


Tomatoes

3 $10(
No. 303
Cans


-4A


*' *~"L~Y


Fresh Lean - 4 Lbs. or More
GROUND CHUCK.


$169


i,


29 oz.


Suny dPttie
OLEO


I I


II


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