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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: July 19, 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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1979


DER Coming to Look for Spoil Sites



Improvements Seen In Harbor Dredging Stand-off


Reports from local bar pilot Dave
Maddox and City Commissioner Tom
Coldewey to the City Commission
Tuesday night indicate that there may
be some improvement in the situation
which has developed in trying to get the
entrance channel to St. Joseph Bay
dredged.
Dredging of the channel, which has
shoaled for about 1100 feet near the end
of St. Joseph Peninsula, has been in
trouble from failure of the Department
Sof Environmental Regulation to give
Vo the U.S. Arniy Corps of Engineers a
permit to ,place the spoil from the
dredging operation.


Coldewey's report was a resume of
what happened at the maintenance
dredging conference recently in San-
destin held for the purpose of arranging
a method of getting permits from the
DER more readily than in the past.
Port St. Joe harbor isn't the only
dredging project which is in trouble
from lack of a spoil dumping permit.
Coldewey reported it was brought
out at the meeting that in the very near
future the harbor would have to be shut
down .for all vessels drawing over 25
feet because of the condition of the
entrance channel.
Maddox told the City Commission
Tuesday night that cross currents at the


entrance of the bay made daylight
entrance of any ship dangerous at the
present. "I just don't bring a ship into
the bay after dark any more", Maddox
said.
The entrance to the bay, which is
supposed to be 300 feet wide, is down to
about 150 to 180 feet, according to
Maddox. "This doesn't leave much
room to maneuver a ship which is 73
feet wide", he said.
Coldewey's report went on to. say
there were three proposed spoil dispo-
sal sites in the dredging vicinity, two of
which have been used before as spoil
sites for maintenance dredging.
The proposed sites were: the area


known as the "shark hole"; on shore on
the west side of St. Joe Spit and upland
deposit on the peninsula.
All three sites were objectionable to
DER for one reason or another. The
"shark hole" site "might be of great
enough volume to drift into grassy area
just south of deep hole endangering sea
life". The shore nourishment area
"might drift back to channel and
require' repeated maintenance dredg-
ing". The upland spoil site "might
endanger grasses and vegetation on
spit".
MADDOX REPORTS
Maddox, who, has been totally
involved in the dredging problem for-


nearly a year now, told the Commission
Tuesday night there may be a little
light at the end of the tunnel.
Maddox said, "DER representatives
will be In Port St. Joe next Wednesday
to visit the dredge site and select a spoil
area. Maddox said sites at Mexico
Beach and even back at Highland View
had been suggested as. spoil sites but
rejected as being too far away from the
dredge site to run a pipeline.
Maddox told the Commission that
steps need to be taken to expedite any
future dredge requests in the future by
trying to reach an understanding with
DER and stipulating spoil areas now.
The pilot warned that Port St. Joe was


one of three ports in the Mobile district
being considered as marginal operat-
tions for the purpose of stopping
maintenance dredging because of lack
of use. Maddox said that if the present
situation had progressed much further,
all shipping would have stopped
because of shoaling and the harbor
would have been written off by the
Corps of Engineers.
Maddox said he seemed satisfied
that the DER would select a spoil site
on their inspection tour next Wednes-
day, in spite of the constant delays local
interests have been receiving in an
attempt to secure the necessary
permit.


Owners Responsible for




Their Pets' Indiscretions


With final. passage of an
ordinance amendment Tues-
day night, the City Commis-
sion has beefed up its dog
nuisance ordinance to hold the
owners responsible for any
problems their pet might
cause.
The new ordinance would
levy a fine of up to $100 or up to
10 days in jail for allowing
their pet to become a nuisance
to their neighbors or the
community at large.
Those charged with viola-
tion of the, ordinance will have.
a,complaint filed against them
and they will then be called to
appear before the county
.judge to answer to the


charges.
The ordinance amendment
reads: "No owner or keeper of
any dog shall fail to exercise
proper care or control of the
dog to prevent it from becom-
ing a public nuisance".
This is added to, the. present
leash law which requires that
all dogs be kept under control
or restraint at all times.
A nuisance, in'the amend-
ment, is any dog that runs at
large, molests passersby, at-
tacks other animals, trespas-
ses on school grounds, parks
or other public property,
damages private or public
property,, barks, whines or
howls in an excessive fashion


DR. JOSEPH M. HARPER


Dr. Harper New



M.D. In Town
Dr. Joseph M. Harper, a general surgeon and family
practice physician moved into Port St. Joe this week and set
up his practice in the south wing of the Municipal Hospital.
Dr. Harper has contracted with the Hospital Board of
Directors to use the wing of the hospital for his offices for a
period of six months. After this period of time, he expects to
build or secure offices elsewhere in the city.
Dr. Harper is a native of Waycross, Georgia and
received his medical degree from the University of Florida
Medical School. He served his residency at Shands Hospital
in Gainesville. He has practiced in Fort Walton Beach for 10
years, serving as a surgeon in the hospital there before
coming to Port St. Joe.
Dr. Harper is an avid water sports fan, a pastime which
encouraged him to move to Port St. Joe.
He and his wife, Donna, who is a psychologist, are
making their home on 16th Street.
SERVING EMERGENCY ROOM
Among Dr. Harper's new duties at Municipal Hospital
will be serving as emergency room doctor from Monday
through Thursday nights. Serving in the emergency room is
part of the contract the Board of Directors made with Dr.
Harper. The week-day coverage of the emergency room was
suspended a little over a month ago because of lack of funds
to pay a doctor with. Harper's practice will restore that
service to the Port St. Joe area.
Dr. Harper will perform duties of surgery, emergency
,^room doctor and maintain a family practice here in the City.
His office is open in the hospital by appointment at the
Resent time until he can establish a schedule for surgery and
office hours.


or causes an annoyance in the
neighborhood".
Complaints of nuisance dogs
have grown to the point where
they are more numerous than
any other complaint the city
receives. The city's leash law
allows those dogs not re-
strained to be picked up by the
dog catcher, but the dogs
which cause the most trouble
run when the dog catcher
approaches.
Now, if a dog is a nuisance in,
a neighborhood, the person
against whom the nuisance is
directed may call the police
station, identify the dog and
its owner or where it stays and
the police will go to the owner
or keeper with the complaint.
It-will-then be the responsibil"
ity of the owner or keeper to
remedy the nuisance situation
or face the penalty of the'
ordinance.
Police Chief Roy Robinson
told the Commission he thinks,
this 'approach will go a long
way toward eliminating the
chronic dog problem in the
city.
City street superintendent
Dorton Hadden told the Com-
mission Tuesday night that
news of introduction of the
new ordinance had already
had a great deal of effect on
the dog problem in the com-
munity.
DANIELL CONCERNED.
Emmette Daniell came be-
fore the Commission Tuesday
night with an area of concern.
Daniell said preparations
for paving of the property to
be occupied by the Wewa-
hitchka State Bank branch in
his neighborhood seems to
threaten homes in the area *
with a water drainage prob-
lem. He said a clay base put
down for the paving also
covers an alley which runs
between Fifth and Fourth
Streets and as it appears now,
would cause homes on the'
north side of the alley to have
a water problem.
Daniell asked if the bank
had permission to pave the
alley or if the. alley had been
closed.
He was told that neither was
the case and that the Commis-
sion would contact the bank
about the matter, requiring


the alley to left by them so it
would continue to serve as a
drainage system for the area.
Daniell said he didn't oppose
paving of the alley, but that it
should be paved, leaving a
depression in the center and
the elevation set in such a
manner as to drain into the
Woodward Avenue storm sew-
er as it now does.
Mayor Frank Pate told
Daniell the Comnmission would
contact the bank on this
matter.
ALLEY CLOSED
Cecil G. Costing, owner of St.
Joe Hardware'Company ask-
ed that the city close the alley
between Third and Second
street- on ithe-blookl behind
their present store. Costin said
the company has purchased
the north half of the block and
plans to put a new hardware
store on the property. They
plan to use the entire area for
a store, lumber yard and
parking lot.
The Commission agreed to
advertise for a public hearing
on the closing of the alley.
VARIANCE REQUESTED
Ollie Stutzman asked the
Commission for a variance to
construct two duplex apart-
.ments on two 50 foot lots on
Ninth Street.
Stutzman said at one place
in his plans, his apartments
would be within five feet of the
lot line on one side of the
property and in another place
it would be five feet from the
lot line on the other side.
.Zoning requirements in the
area are for ten feet setback'
on both sides of the property.
Stutzman's plans call for an
offset in his two apartments
which would cause the zoning
problems.
The Commission agreed to
advertise for the zoning var-
iance.
BUDGET REVIEW
The Commission has set up
a special meeting for Monday.
afternoon at 2:00 p.m., to
begin a review of the budget
for the next .fiscal year. The
meeting will be held in the
Fire Station where the Com-
mission will begin to study
how t6 finance the next year's
operation of the city.


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nwim passes


Start for Kids

Swimming lessons for children started Monday in the A
St. Joseph Bay Country Club swimming pool, attracting a
host of young children, five years old and up. Forty kids .
showed up for opening day for the two week course, which
will furnish an hour's swimming instruction each day for
the students.
In the photo above, some of the kids gather at the edge ... '- ._
of the pool for beginning instruction. In the photo at right, -
instructor, Mrs. Marsha Webber, tutors two of her young ..
charges.-
-Star photos
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Board Takes Axe to Sheriff's


Budget; Nips Pridgeon's Request

County Commissioner Doug made the statement, "It's as is to get information and last year. As a result c
Birmingham opened the first much your responsibility as it genuinely try to come up with year's actions, they al
of several budget hearings for is ours to guard the tax a financial plan you and the an increase of $14,500 to
the County Commission Tues- payers' dollar. This is one of tax payers can live with." for the time being at le
day night by putting part of the hardest times we have With those remarks, the The total Health De
the responsibility for holding faced in coming up with a Commission then set to work ment local effort was p
the. line on spending on the county budget and anything hearing the requests from the at $36,593.00.
backs of the elected officials of we will ask you or parts of several department heads and The county ambulance
elected officials of the county, vice asked for incre
Gulf County. Birmingham your budget we may question elected officials of the county, vice asked for incre
constantly reminding them largely due to increase


Roll Up Your Sleeves


The American Red Cross will be conduct-
ing a blood drive here in Port St. Joe today
from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m., in the Fire Station.
A group of donors from St. Joe Paper
Company will be giving blood at the operation,
but donors other than those already signed up
are needed to meet the county quota which
furnishes blood 'for the patients of Municipal
Hospital and specific donors in any hospital
which uses the Red Cross blood service.
Volunteers who will give a unit of blood
are asked to call the Municipal Hospital before
noon today to set up an appointment for the
taking of blood.
All of the blood used in hospitals in this
area receive blood from the Mobile Red Cross


processing unit, including Municipal Hospital.
Giving blood assures the donor of blood
anyplace which accepts the Red Cross
processed blood in the United States.
Municipal Hospital has received all of the
blood used in that institution since January 1,
1979, from the Red Cross.
Over 50 people from our community have
already received Red Cross blood during the
first half of this year. Twenty-three people
have received a total of 31 units here at the
local hospital. The drive today is to replenish
this supply and set up an inventory for future
Suse.
Volunteers are asked to participate in this
program to assure an ample supply of blood
when it is needed.


the county may only increase
their income from taxation by
five percent over last year
without a referendum from
the people approving an in-
crease, a happening which
isn't very likely to happen.
Tax Collector Harland Prid-
geon was the first to face the
economy minded Commission
with his budget proposal of
$82,875.98, which reflected an
increase of $5,110.81 over last
year.
Pridgeon was asking for a
6.7 increase for his people and
a $500 increase in communica-
tions expense to mail notices
of auto license tag expiration
to car owners.
The Commission cut the $500
request but tentatively allow-
ed the salary increase to
remain.
The Health Department was
another matter. Last year the
Board cut this budget drasti-
cally and admitted Tuesday
night to an error in judgment


of last
lowed:
stand
ast.
*part-
egged

e ser-
ases,
es in


fuel, utilities and supplies.
Ward McDaniel asked that the
Wewahitchka*budget be in-
creased from $9,000 for last
year to $14,200 for the coming.
year. David Horton asked for
$14,266 for the Port St. Joe
squad. They received $12,000
last year.
SHERIFF'S BUDGET
When the discussion arrived
at the point where it was time
to discuss the budget request
of Sheriff Ken Murphy, things
got sticky.
Sheriff Murphy, citing a
state mandate that he employ
four correctional officers, in
addition to his present staff,
asked for a budget increase of
$95,031.81. He received $287,-
273.56 plus $9,000 in contingen-
cies last year. The increase
would hike the Sheriff's bud-
get to $382,305.37, plus the
$9,000 for contengencies.
Sheriff Murphy sdid the
requested increase would also
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PAGE TWO


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


EDITORIALS:




District Judge's Action



Reversed Progress

A district judge has ruled that followed and the courts have negat-
the State of Florida will delay four ed a part of that rule .. the vital
years before prohibiting a high part of removing a penalty for not
school graduate from receiving a meeting the standards.
high school diploma until he passes The tests were working here in
the functional literacy test program Gulf County. Students were trying as
which was adopted by the state two never before because they knew
years ago. they had to. They knew there would
The tests have been under fire be no more social promotions. There
ever since they were made a part of was a set of standards which had to
ever since they were made a part of be adherred to. Now that the penalty
:the educational system of our state not meeting these standards has
on the grounds that minorities had for not meeting these standards has
not h been delayed for four years, what
not had the time to catch up, effect willthishaveonthestudents?
academically, since integration of effect will this have on tos?
he hool We predict they will no longer try to
.the schools. meet the standards until they have
That argument would hardly to in order to receive a diploma.
hold up here in Gulf County and We feel the decision of the courts
other counties in the state, where will set back what has been
every student now in school, started accomplished through the literacy
in an integrated situation. All our tests. We don't like taking steps
students have had the same oppor- backward.
tunities since grade one. While we don't like one little bit
To its credit, the district court the courts tampering with the
ruled that the test was a valid administration of the tests, we are
instrument in encouraging students pleased that they approved of the
to make the effort necessary to get validity of the tests. We faced
the valued diploma at the end of integration because a segment of
their secondary school career. They our students were- not getting an
U.new they had to comply with the education, only to find out that
requirements or they did not get the neither race was getting a particu-
Ediploma. Now, the courts have larly good education because the
broken the cardinal rule for guiding requirements werenot stiff enough.
^children of all ages and has changed We believe this decision of the
Ethe mind of the Department of district court will,again dilute the
.Education for the department. The attempts of our schools to teach our
DOE has set down a rule to be children for four years at least.




CETA Action Further



SErodes Acceptance

:Z CETA, that federal program contradiction of what CETA was
;which tries to provide employment founded for. The plan was to aid
for the hard-core unemployed.Jn our- r--thosewho find it hard getting obs to..
:nation, gave itself a black wi o work and get a foo-hold in the-l
-the public here in Florida recently worM lge world. "
: with a super-human effort to spend CETA was already an anathema
-$5 million it had left over in its to hard core conservatives who
Current budget. It seems CETA thought the money was wasted. To
-- couldn't find enough unemployed to most of us, CETA, if it is used right,
:find jobs for to use up their budget, can do a great service for those who
, so they set about finding a job which have no work reputation.
& could use up the money, removing it If CETA pulls many more
I;from the position of facing loss of shenanigans like this one, it won't be
that much money next year. long until they ill be in serious
In order to spend the $5 million, trouble with the population of this
LCETA mandated that several local country.
CETA offices would employ anyone It isn't a sin-to operate economi-
S-they could to take a survey in their cally to the point where you have
T community. The survey would be a money left. CETA would make huge
door-to-door effort to find out who brownie points for its organization if
'needed government assistance. it would brag about saving money
:: This plan didn't go over too well, and turning back funds at the end of
even with many of the local CETA the year through frugal manage-
Sdirectors. They, too, thought it was a ment. It just might make their job
"waste of money and a direct easier and more popular.


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WHILE THE WORLD was watching for the
histQry-making event of sky lab coming back to
earth, two other "firsts" were happening right
_: upder our noses, which went largely unnoticed.
The world's first hurricane with a masculine
gender name came ashore in Louisiana and
Nolan Ryan came within a hit, which came on
the last possible out in the game, of going into the
record books with the most no-hit games for a
major league pitcher.


HURRICANE "Bob" jumped up in the Gulf'
, of Mexico and headed straight for Louisiana,
:where he came ashore near New Orleans in a
-c:comparatively mild manner for hurricanes.
= = Maybe it is a good thing that we have started
naming every other hurricane with a masculine
:name, rather than naming them all after women.


THE STAR --
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue. Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
Second-Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Wesley R. Ramsey .................. Editor and Publisher
William H. Ramsey ...................... Production Supt.
Frenchie L. Ramsey ................ ...... Office Manager
Shirley K. Ramsey .......................... Typesetter


July 13,1979 been mentioned in the media
Dear Wesley: from time to time regarding
I regret that my name has my ownership of property at



LETTERS
to the Editor
L 4


Enterprise, Alabama
109 George Wallace Drive
July 12, 1979
Dear Editor:
I have moved to 109 George
Wallace Drive, Enterprise,
Alabama, 36330. I intended to
write you about the move but I
am not sure I did. Please
change the address.
I am sure you have wonder-
ed why I subscribed for The
Star when I am sure you never
heard of me. Well, I worked in
Port St. Joe, beginning in the
fall of 1941 or late summer. I
worked for' Danley Furniture


Company as bookkeeper, and
I joined the Waves and left in
May, 1943.
Mr. John Blount, Jr. was the
manager at that time. I
thought I made numbers of
friends there and really hated
to leave. Betty Kennington,
(have forgotten her married
name) was one of my best
friends-Myrtle Childers also,
and I've heard her husband
died. She was supposed to go
into the Waves with me, but
her health prevented.
The Pilot Club was organ-
ized while I was there by the


Palm In Bloom
This date palm has put on a brilliant display of blooms


f: Wesley R. Ramsey


It might give us a breather for half of the
hurricane season.
If this first male gender hurricane is any
indication, we can allay our apprehensions on
half the tropical storms this late summer and fall
season. If you notice, "Bob" came up in a hurry,
warned everyone he was on his way and went
straight to New Orleans. There was no stuttering
around, heading for Cuba, then Yucatan, then
Mexico, then Texas, then Florida, and finally to
"a point somewhere between Mobile and
Brownsville, Texas". He came straight ashore.
A man makes up his mind to do something, then
does it, just like "Bob". A woman likes to look at
all the possible choices, weigh several and
finally, just at the point of exasperation, chooses
one, just like Camile, Brenda, Eloise, etc.
Too, Bob was gentle. He didn't stir up much
fus*. when he hit land. The female gender


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hurricanes come in howling, scratching and
' kicking and make life miserable for everyone in
their path.
I think I'm going to like the masculine
hurricanes. I am still a little dubious about the
advisability of naming every other one a female
and every other one a masculine name. What if
they get together and breed more hurricanes?

NOLAN RYAN had a perfect no-hit game
going into the last out of the ninth inning against
the New York Yankees Friday night, when
Reggie Jackson stepped up to the plate and hit
his first swing, a grounder into center field.
The no-hitter would have given Ryan five for
his career, more than any other pitcher. Reggie
came up and spoiled the possible record. Old
Reggie has a habit of spoiling a lot of things for a
lot of people .. particularly Billy Martin.

I RECEIVED A LETTER this past week
which ended with the sentence, "By the way,
what does ETAOIN SHRDLU stand for? I have
been calling it, 'Screw Loose Ramsey's piece' ".
That's as good a definition as any. Stick with
it.

OUR COOKING DEPARTMENT at home is
out of order.


St. Joe Beach. I have owned
this property on which a
cottage was constructed with
Mr. Costin since 1959 and have
paid taxes on it throughout the
years. Shortly after I pur-
chased this property, along.
with other property at St. Joe
Beach, a suit was instituted by
certain people contesting our
ownership of this property and
the ownership of Mr. Kenney


Panama City Pilot Club. Fif-
teen of us girls and married
young ladies were the charter
members. We enjoyed the
civic projects and the dances,
etc. with the Tyndall Field
Band playing to help us raise
money.
I boarded with Mrs. Law-
son across from the Danley
store and The Star office was
behind it. Give the Blounts my
regards, if still there.
Thank you, I am
Yours truly,
Lois C. Parker


who sold it to us. This case
went to the Supreme Court of
Florida twice and was re-
solved in our favor on both
occasions.
I have claimed residency in
Port St. Joe, Florida for the
last 50 years and both my
family and my dear wife's
family homes were here. In all
of these years I have never
been in any form of litigation.
It is my firm opinion that
when a. citizen of this great
country has title to property, it


A Layman's View


Bible
By BILLY
I John 1:1-4, NAS
Key Word: A Testimony
"(Verse 1) What was from
the beginning, what we have
heard, what we have seen with
our eyes, what we beheld and
our hands handled, concern-
ing the Word of Life (Verse 2)


Regrets His Name Was Mentioned


Notes


NORRIS
and the life was manifested,
and we have seen and bear
witness and proclaim to you
the eternal life, which was
with the Father and was mani-
fested to us (Verse 3) what
we have seen and heard we
proclaim to you also, that you
also may have fellowship with
us, and indeed our fellowship
is with the Father, and with
His Son Jesus Christ. (Verse
4) And these things we write, 1
so that our joy may be com-
plete."
God's Word, the Bible, .is
Spiritual. There is little be-
sides God's plan of salvation
that the unsaved can compre-
hend of the Word. This is
logical since God's Word can
only be discerned by one
whose spirit has been re-born.
He certainly is not going to
make known to the followers
of Satan the knowledge of His
Word. But, Praise God, the
Christian has spiritual dis-
cernment!
John here in Verse 1 gives a
concise report on the Word of
Life Jesus. The Apostles
heard, saw with their eyes,
beheld with the inner man,
handled physically the Son of
God, the Eternal Life which
was manifested, made evi-
dent, to them. And to us by
their testimony.
They made known to us
their knowledge so that we
may have fellowship with
other Christians and that we
all may fellowship (now) with
the Father (our Father) and
His Son Jesus Christ. Also that
our joy (yours, mine, and
theirs)--may be complete.
The joy" of the-Lord i As ourf
strength, Nehemiah 8:410-

Letter Writer
In last week's issue of
The Star, a letter to the
editor was printed without
a signature shown at the
bottom.
The Star has since learn-
ed the law has been chang-
ed requiring the name of
any letter which may be
libelous or damaging to
have the signature printed.
The writer of last week's
letter was Patrick May.
In the future, to head off
this problem before it may
rise again, The Star will not
print any letters unless
they are signed by the
writer. The signature will
be printed along with the
letter.


In our house, that is a catastrophe. And this
condition is likely to continue for another week'or
two.
Our son-in-law, Tommy Oliver, is overhaul-
ing our kitchen to Frenchie's specifications, and
he has arrived at that point in his work where he
has disconnected the cook stove. That stove runs
at our house nearly as much as the air 4
conditioner does during these hot and humid
days. It seems to me there is nearly always a pot
of something good to eat simmering on the stove.
Tommy has our kitchen in a shambles,
moving things around, making more cabinet
space and work space for Frenchie to practice
her hobby cooking.
I'm not fussing, you understand. Tommy is
doing a good job and he is making good headway.
I just hope he gets Frenchie satisfied before I get
tired of sandwiches and the crock pot.

A FELLOW FROM Cobb County, Georgia
(in greater Atlanta) stopped at a local service
station on July Fourth and began to chat with the
operator of the station.
The man, who didn't give his name,
remarked that he had been coming to Panama
City several times a year for relaxation but he
now thought he would begin coming to Port St.
Joe.
Why should this man make this change? He
said it was because he was impressed with the
beauty of Fifth Street as he came into town. For
some reason he had taken a route through Port
St. Joe on his way to Panama City. He remarked,
"I think that street and this town is a beautiful
place and I am going to change my R and R
location to Port St. Joe on that account."
Maybe all that work which has and is still
going into the care of the Fifth Street median is
worth more than we here in Port St. Joe think it$
is. 0


Still Thinks of Port St. Joe


for the passers-by to enjoy. The tree, located on
Monument Avenue in front of the home of Mr. and Mrs.
James Bray has the large bloom pods hanging down all
around the tree. It's worth your time to drive by and take
a look. -Star photo'


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is his option, so long as it
meets with all the building 4
codes of the state and county,
to do with it what he pleases. I
am not an attorney, but it has
always been my belief that in
a democracy the owner of
property can exercise his own
option as to What he may do
with said property.
In every community where I
have lived over the past 50
years, I have tried to be a good
citizen and that includes Gulf
County, Florida and I heartily
resent my name being used
in the various media as though
I have done something wrong.
Very truly yours,
Thomas S. Gibson










. Spec. 4 R. L. Woullard

' Ends Non-Com Course


FORT CAMPBELL, KY-
Spec. 4RickyL. Woullard,-Sr.,
sol of Fred Woullard, Port St.
Joe, recently completed a
primary noncommissioned of-
ficer course at Fort Campbell,
Ky.
The school, orientated to-
ward small unit tactics, is
designed to enhance leader-
ship abilities through patrol-
ling, night maneuvers and
compass reading. The course
includes training in long range


patrol, communications tech-
niques, river crossing, am-
bush procedures and survival
training as well as escape apd
evasion techniques.
Woullard entered the Army
in September, 1977, and is a
1977 graduate of Port St. Joe
High School.
- His mother, MOt. Betty J.
Smith, lives in Jamaica, N.Y.
The specialist's wife, Gwen-
dolyn, is with him near the
fort.


Beach Trip

Changed

Due to a bus drivers' work
shop being held Thursday
(today), the Recreation De-
partment will have their regu-
lar Thursday beach trip to-
morrow, Friday.
All youngsters are urged to
meet at the Port St. Joe
Elementary School, Highland
View School and the Washing-
ton Recreation Center at 9:00
a.m., Friday, for a trip to the
state park. Bring lunch and a
drink.


OBITUARIES

Funeral Rites Held for

A. J. Strickland, 52


A. J. Strickland, 52, died at
his home in Dalkieth last
Wednesday morning. Mr.
Strickland was a native of,
Brunswick, Ga., and had lived
in Wewahitchka for the past 36
years. He was a member of
the First Baptist Church of
Wewahitchka, and an em-
ployee of the St. Joe Paper
Co., and a Mason.
Survivors include his wife,


Joyce Strickland; two sons,
Ken and Al Strickland, one
daughter, Brenda Harvey;
one sister, Bernice Tillman;
and two grandchildren, Amy
and Ray Strickland, all of
Wewahitchka.
Funeral services were held
at 4:30 P.M. C.D.T. at the
First Baptist Church of Wewa-
hitchka, conducted by the
Rev. Claude McGill, assist-
ed by the Rev. Harvey Eng-
lish.
Interment followed in the
family plot, Jehu Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funer-
al Home, Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1979


Mrs. Dora Belle Peavy, 76,

Died After Lengthy Illness


Mrs. Dora Belle Peavy, 76,
passed away Sunday morning
in Bay Memorial Hospital,
following a lengthy illness..
Mrs. Peavy was a native of
Blountstown, and lived in
Wewahitchka for the past 45
years.
Survivors include: her hus-
band, Freddy A. Peavy of
Wewahitchka; three sons,
Clarence of Kinard, and
Arthur and Carl Peavy of
Wewahitchka; two daughters,
Annie Grover of Wewahitch-
ka and Agnes Carrier of Ben-
nington, Vermont; three sis-
ters, Minnie Wester of Bain-
bridge, Ga., Mary Cooper of
Greensboro and Janie Grif-


Services Held Thursday for.

James L. "Bud" Owens, 70


The Gulf County Guidance Clinic board members and
executive director are pictured in front of the Clinic on -311
Williams Avenue. They are, from left: Cleo Bess, secretary;
Paul Ramsey,, president; Nel Ailes, executive director;
Mary A. Jackson, Minnie Howell, treasurer and Bill Lyles,

Guidance Clinic Announces


Ned Ailes Named


Executive Director


center board representative.


James L. "Bud" Owens, 70,
of Wewahitchka, died last
Tuesday at 12:30 P.M. at Gulf
Coast Community Hospital,
after a lengthy illness. He was
a retired employee of Inter-
national Paper Co., and a
member of Honeyville Metho-
dist Church.
Survivors include: his wife,
Mrs. Blondell Owens of Wewa-
hitchka; three sons, Kenneth
Mann of Wewahitchka, Lloyd
.Owens of Wewahitchka and
Jerry Mann of Atlanta, Ga.;
three daughters, Jeanice
Johnson of Panama City,
Linda Jordan of Ashford, Ala:
and Gwen Owens of Wewa-
hitchka; three sisters, Lu-


cautes Paulk and Louise Wil-
ker, both of Tallahassee and
Gwendolyn Suber of Wewa-
hitchka; one brother, David
Owens of Pensacola; 12 grand-
children.
Funeral services were held
last Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at
the Glad Tidings Assembly of
God Church, conducted by the
Rev. Norman Hodges,,and as-
sisted by the Rev. David War-
ren and the Rev. Claude Mc-
Gill. Interment followed in the
family plot, Roberts Ceme-
tery, Honeyville.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home, Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.


fin of Blountstown; 18 grand-
children and eight great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
at 2:00 P.M. Wednesday at
the Abe Springs Baptist
Church, with the Rev. Thomas
Adams officiating. Interment


PAGE THREE


followed in the family pl!t,
Abe Springs Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home, Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.

According to a study made
by Dr. Harvey Lehman of
the University of Ohio, the
best years of an athlete's life
are between ages of 27 and 29.


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First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park'Avenue
Phone 227-1756

SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS .... 11:00A.M.

Welcome to Everyone

Phone 648-5205


The Board of Directors of
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. has announced the
appointment of Edwin R.
(Ned) Ailes as the full-time
Executive Director of the
Clinic.
According to Paul Ramsey,
President of the Clinic's Board
1 of Directors, "The Board, has
r worked long and hard to deve-'
lop mental health services in
Gulf County. A permanent
facility was completed in 1975"
and now we can proudly an-
nounce that we have acquired
a full-time professional to
'administer the mental health
programs of our community."
Mental health services for
Gulf County were initially pro-
vided by having personnel
from the Bay County Guid-
ance Clinic travel to Port St.
Joe to offer consultation and
counseling. These services
were well received. Subse-
quently the community, in
conjunction with financial
support made possible by the
National Community Mental
Health Center's Act, establish-
ed its own Guidance Clinic in
1968.
Bill Lyles, the Northwest
Florida Mental Health Center
Board representative, re-
calls that, "The Clinic began
on a modest basis in an office.
of the Florida First National
I Bank, After several reloca-
tions over a period of eight
years, the Clinic moved into
its building on Williams Ave-
nue, which had been reno-
vated into a nine-office facili-
ty." Mr. Lyles further sated
that, "The growth of the Clinic
over the. past 11 years has
been steady. The support of
the community and particu-
larly of the individual citi-
zens who have served volun-
tarily as Board members for
the Clinic has been essential to
this growth. Mr. Lyles con-
cluded, "after all, it's the resi-
dents of Gulf County who know .
the mental health needs first
hand and are best motivated
to work hard to meet these
needs."
In 1976, Mr. Ailes first
became associated with. the
Clinic when employed three
days per week as Executive
Director. of the Clinic. He
spent the other two days as a
counselor at the Bay County
Guidance Clinic in: Panama
City. Under the direction of
Mr. Ailes, the Guidance Clinic
has added new services in-


eluding a therapeutic class-
room for emotionally handi-
capped children, increased
marital and family counsel-
ing, parent education pro-
grams,/preschool screening
services, increased psychia-
.tric coverage, 24-hour crisis
intervention .and suicide pre-
vention services and in-
creased consi4tation'.to law
enforcement, physicians and
the schools.
Mr. Ailes commented that,
"with the community's con-
tinued support the Clinic will
continue to grow and serve th4
ever increasing needs of its
citizens. In looking back over
my four years of part-time
association with the Clinic and
the Clinic's first 11 years of
existence, much has been
accomplished. I look forward
to continued years of provid-
ing professional mental health
services to the community and
to the people of Gulf County."

QB Club


To Meet

Monday

The Port St. Joe Quarter-
back Club will meet Monday,
July 23, at 7 p.m. in the High
School Commons Area. Presi-
dent David May encourages
all members and parents of
football players in all grades
to attend.
All others who would like to
join and help support the
athletic program in Port St.
Joe are invited.
Coach Wayne Taylor will be
present to discuss some new
projects the Club may want to
undertake.


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P. O. Box 10141
(Barnett Bank Bldg.)
Tallahassee, FL 32302
Name
Address
Cit o Zip "
emI Time
Phone________ to Call __


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SUICIDE PREVENTION
CRISIS COUNSELING
EMERGENCY EVALUATIONS

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PAGE FOUR / THE STAR, Pa


art St. Joe, Fla. TIU'RSDAY, JULY 19. 1979


Miss Paula Elizabeth Tankersley


Bride of Charles Arthur Gaskin, Jr.


In beauty and simplicity,
Paula Elizabeth Tankersley
and Charles Arthur Gaskin,
Jr. were united in marriage on
Saturday, June 30, in the First
United Methodist Church of
Port Saint Joe, at three
o'clock in the afternoon.
Parents of the bride are Mr.
and Mrs. James Lamar. Tan-
kersley of Port Saint Joe, Her
maternal grandmother is Mrs.
JacQb Mouchette of Port Saint
Joe, and her'paternal grand-
mother is Mrs. Sara Louise .r .
Tankersley of Sylacauga, Ala.
She is also the great niece o( f s
SrUr. and Mrs. Miles K. Hurl-
S;but, Sr. of Port St. Joe.
The groom's parents are
TMr. and Mrs. Charles Arthur
,Gaskin, Sr. of Wewahitchka.
"His maternal grandparents
:'2and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Mc-
;,Allister of Buena Vista, Ga.,
_:and the paternal grandmother
F-is Mrs. Roselle Gaskin of
:'Wewahitchka.
Performing the double ring
; ceremony were Rev. Johnie
:::McCurdy and Rev. Gene
: ,White. Directing the wedding
:were Mrs. Ann Whittle and
:--Mrs. Phyllis Alstaetter, both
; :of Port St. Joe..
Unity in marriage was ex- '
:pressed in beautiful symbol-
ism as the groom sang "If" to
S3iis bride' as she approached
:.he altar. The bride then sang ,.
"#Evergreen" to her groom as
.they exchanged rings. At the
Eose of the ring ceremony, the
ministers offered Holy Com-
union to the bride and
groom.
mThe church was softly lit by
-heart-shaped candelabra
ihich held an arrangement of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
-:iesh. greenery. The candela-
:L'a was flanked by two candle parasols trimmed in purple
an'rhes and large brass urns silk violets and tiny white
*Iding massive arrange- satin bows. The flower girl
;Aents of white gladioli, was gowned in the mauve
anums, fiji mums, and gypso- satin with a full length white
ilia. pinafore. The attendants also
-'Music for the wedding cele- wore short white gloves and
_ration was rendered by Mrs. tiny sprays of purple statice
Mlizabeth Tomlinson, organ- and gypsophilia in their hair.
5Rt, Mrs. Hilda Duren, pianist, They wore necklaces with a
Bs. Ann Aldridge, guitarist gold cross entertwined with
!ad Mr. Billy Blackmon, gui- wedding rings, gifts from the
: rist. Selections of the bride bride. r
&0d groom included "Be- Charles Arthur Gaskin, Sr.,/
!use", "To A Wild Rose", served his son as best man.
-''Amazing Grace", "Theme Groomsnien were James Dan-
.;Wom "Romeo and Juliet", ielTankerlsey Mexico Beach,,
'Iove Story", "Almost Like A *ob Moorhtte-Taiker ,I
Song". and "The Wedding Port St. Joe, brothers of the
'Song" Ms. Aldridge also sang bride, Dennis Kizziah, Living-
"I've Got A Feeling", a song ston, Ala., brother-in-law of
.written especially for the the groom, and Gerry Jones,
r uple by she and Mrs. Mar-. Panama City. Junior grooms-
oihret Key Biggs. men were John Tankersley,
4;.Acolytes were Master Jay Sidney Tankersley, Sylacau-
Rish and Master Stone Swatts. ga, Ala., and Miles Hurlbut
i.'uests were greeted by Mr. III, cousins of the bride. The
-And Mrs. Ruel Whitehurst, of ringbearer was Skip Schwei-
t'ort Walton Beach, and Miss kert, of Port St. Joe.
;3aren Kimmell, who gave The groom was elegantly
'each guest a program of the attired in a full formal white.
ceremony. tuxedo, with his attendants
The bride was escorted by dressed similar with deep
iier father and brothers, lavender ruffled shirts, white
,!ames Daniel Tankersley and pants, black vest and ties.
':Jacob Mouchette Tankersley. The mother of the bride
:She stopped at her mother's wore a floor length gown of
: .ew and was presented to her deep mauve quiana with a
groom by her family. fully draped bodice and
-:The bride was radiant in a straight skirt. Her gown was
:snow white formal gown of complemented by a double
C-hantilly lace and bridal phaleonoposis orchid corsage.
hcbiffon. The gown featured a Mrs. Mouchette, maternal
.r.unded neck, from which fell grandmother chose a deep
,a-long lace cape in the back. purple chiffon gown.
; ohe .Chantilly sleeves were Paternal grandmother,
clbse fitting and ended with a Mrs. Tankersley, wore a pale
-:iffle at the wrist. The fitted mauve quiana dress with
,waist was circled by a white sheer sleeves. Their corsages
"Otifi band and the skirt had were of dusty rose ruebrum
.' wo deep lace-edged chiffon lilies.
:i4fles extending to make a Lovely muted green chiffon
ll train. She chose a wide- with accordion pleats and a
iimmed chiffon. hat, which full flowing skirt was worn by
:'was trimmed with matching the groom's mother, with
ace appliques and a short double phaleonoposis orchids.
h iffon veil. Her only jewelry Mrs. Gaskin, paternal grand-
wa.s an antique diamond and mother, wore a floor length
aipal necklace which belongs gown of pink quiana with a
4t6:her godmother, Mrs. Ruel round appliqued neckline. The
2Whitehurst. She carried a corsage was of deeply rose
$lowing cascade of white phal- ruebrum lilies.
eonoposis orchids and step- The church lawn, which is
annotis. on Saint Joseph Bay, was the
=Mrs. Lina Kizziah, Livings- site for the reception. The
yan, Ala., sister of the groom, bride's table was covered by a
:served as matron of honor, white lace and Irish linen
!*ith Miss Kim Thursbay of cloth, and held a multi-tiered
Mexico Beach, serving as cake in white, with a fountain
i:maid of honor. Bridesmaids in the center. The cake was
;:ere Mrs. Janis Tankersley of flanked by arrangements of
: Mexico Beach, sister-in-law of -I-d3
:the bride, Miss Debra Lan- -,
:ders, Oxford, Ala., cousin of I'
he bride, and Miss Cindy d B
:paskin of Wewahitchka, sister "
si the groom. Junior brides-' ,. Be
naids were: Miss Leesa Tan-
;ersley, Sylacauga, Ala., cou- Under N
)n of the bride, Miss Leah f n i
:^mas, Palatka, and Miss M
-izanne Grant, Wewahitchka, fV
cousinss of the groom. Flower -I.
girl was Kim Kizziah, Living-
.%on, Ala., niece of the groom. 'j
: The attendants were lovely Perm Col
in" summer sundresses of Sha


,White eyelet featuring a deep Loise Gibs
tuffle trimming the gently
rounded neckline. The floor Betty Heath,
'Iength gowns had a ruffle at
:the hemline and a deep mauve Phone 229-6201
coloreded satin sash at the waist.
. i'tey carried white eyelet


Arthur Gaskin, Jr.
mixed white flowers
silver epergnes. The ca
served by Mrs. Pan
rence and Miss Octav
enhaver.
Punch was served fr
round tables from
punch bowls by Miss
Fortner, Miss Nancy
Miss Leslie Costin an
Stacey Tharpe. Ligh
d'oeuvres were also sc
The groom's table
chocolate cake, made
shape of a guitar. Th
was served by Mrs. Su
ens, aun po. te .rom
Miss' tIsao s, C0S
groom.
The bride's book wi
by Miss Tonya Allen
bags were given to the
by Vivian and Leigh
daughters of Mr. an
John L" Miller. Mis
Whaley, Miss Ann Wa
Miss Allison Costin pri
each testt a favor whi
a tiny lace parasol hold
traditional white almo
Caring for the rec
guests were: Mrs.
Johnsqn, Mrs. Celine
er, Mrs. Elsie Blount, 1M
Copehhaver, Mrs. Pat
Mrs. Sylvia Costin, M
telle Mosely, Mrs. Lett
ter, Mr. and Mrs. J
Adams, Mr. and Mrs.
Jones, Mr. and Mr
Browni," Mrs. Jean F
Mrs. Mary Belin, M
Mrs. Ken Herring, M
Mrs. Tom Parker, IV
Mrs. Billy Joe Ris]
Robert Whittle, Mr. .
Core, Mr. Ruel Whit
Mrs. Ruth Ramsey
Ester Temple, Mrs.
Costing, Mrs. Margaret
Mr. and Mrs. Gil Tom
and Mrs. Billy Barlom
Naomi Brock.
OUT-OF-TOWN GUI
Out-of-town guests
ed: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. L
of Oxford, Ala.; Mr. ai
H. E. Tankersley, M
Mrs. Larry Tankersley
Sylacauga, Ala.; Mr. ai
Arby, Richadson of Cc
Ala.;' Mr. and Mrs.
Vance of Cordova, Ala
Gladys Pae, Mrs.
Hurlbut of Tuscaloosa
Mrs. Alex Hatton of O
Mrs. Ann Allen of Barto
and Mrs. Billy Hurlbut
Wales: Mrs. Helen Mi
Tanya Mills of Orland
and Mrs. Carhley Gra


and Chip of Panama City: Mr.
and Mrs. Gaston Dickens of
Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs.
Charley Cook of Blountstown:
'Mr. and Mrs. Gil Tomas of
Palatka. Ronnie Tomas and
Miss Lisa Tomas of St. Augus-
tine: Mr. Bobby Kennedy of
Tallahassee: Miss Octavia
Copenhaver of Tallahassee;
Mr. and Mrs. Ruel White-
hurst. Tony and Corky Jus-
tice and Mrs. Libbie Dameron
of Fort Walton Beach; Miss
Patti Parker of Tallahassee:
Miss Paula Namynanik of
Panama City: Mr. and Mrs.
Pete McClellan of Frink; Miss
S Rhonda Herring of Gaines-
ville: Sue and Lalla Thomas of
S Pensatola; Aline Gaskin of
Blountstown and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Studdard of Colum-
bus. Ga.
For her going-away outfit,
Mrs. Gaskin wore a deep plum
linen ensemble with a floral
blouse, complimented by
beige accessories, and a nat-
ural straw hat. She also had an
orchid corsage. Mr. Gaskin
wore an off white linen suit
with a pale green quianna
shirt. The couple honeymoon-
ed in Gatlinburg, Tennessee
and the Smoky Mountains.
Mr. Gaskin is self-employed
as a musician and manager of
the musical group, Southern
Satisfaction. Mrs. Gaskin will
join her husband as a vocal-
ist with the same group.
REHEARSAL DINNER
The groom's parents host-
ed a dinner party for the
wedding party and out-of-twon
guests in the fellowship hall of
the First United Methodist
S 1 Church on' June 29, immed-
in tall lately preceding rehearsal. A
ike was lovely buffet meal was enjoy-
n Law- ed by the guests.
ia Cop- Baskets of summer flowers
were used on the tables with
om two the buffet table holding a
silver massive arrangement in a
Teresa guitar.
Knox, Serving the guests were
id Miss Mrs. Margaret Adams, Mrs.
it hors Jean Fortner, Mrs.. Emmie
served. Joines, Mrs. Teresa Johnson,
held a Mrs. Bill Rich and Mrs. Mary
in 'the Belin.
ie cake PRE-NUPTIAL EVENTS
je Dick- Many lovely parties were
I i held honoring the bride. On
SMay 5, Mrs. litCopeihaver,
SMrs.: Beltty Mayi, Mrs: Phyl-
as kept lis Alstaetter and Mrs. Louise
n. Rice Parker entertained with a
guests luncheon for the bride and her
Miller, attendants and close friends.
d Mrs. She was presented a silver
ss Lisa pitcher from the hostesses.
ird and
esented Mrs. Estelle Mosely, Mrs.
ich was Pat Costin, Mrs. Naomi Brock
ling the and Mrs. Marie Costin held a
.nds. delicious luncheon May 26 for
ception the bride and her friends.
Teresa Approximately 30 guests en-
Fowl- joyed the occasion. The bride
Irs. Ida received a lovely piece of
Costin, silver as a hostess gift.
Irs. Es-
ha Res- A calling shower was held in
Johnnie the home of Mrs. Barbara
Alfred Shirley in Wewahitchka. Ap-
s. Bill proximately 100 guests called
'ortner, between three and five, on
[r. and June 13, to honor the bride.
4r. and Hostesses, besides Mrs. Shir-
hr. and ley, were: Mrs. Laraine Nor-
b, Mr. ton, Mrs. Frank Graddy, Mrs.
George Patty Manuel, Mrs. Rebecca
tehurts, Birmingham, Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Gortman, Mrs. Ruby Gilbert,
Marie Mrs. Nell Bandjough and Mrs.


Biggs,
as, Mr.
w, Mrs.
ESTS
includ-
Landers
nd Mrs.
Ir. and
y, all of
nd Mrs.
ordova,
Jerry
i.; Mrs.
Sherry
a, Ala.;
rlando;
)w; Mr.
of Lake
ills and
lo; Mr.
imbling


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Historical Society Honors

the Late William B. Simmons


St. Joseph* Historical Soc-
iety members met for their
regular monthly meeting on
July 7. at the Corinne Costin
Gibson Memorial Library.
Mrs. James T. McNeill pre-
sided in the absence of the
president. Mrs. Ralph Swatts.
Mrs. McNeill opened the
meeting with a memorial in
honor of William B. Simmons.
Mrs. McNeill recalled his


many contributions to the
community, not the least of
which was his work on the
Gulf County Library Com-
mittee. Through his and the
committee's efforts, the con-
struction and completion of
the library building in Port St.
Joe was realized. Mrs. Wil-
liam B. Simmons read excepts
from a letter she received
from the Rev. Donald Graham


~41~4. ~


1:, ;~


Miss Julie Ann Mangum



To Wed


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Man-
gum of Howard Creek, an-
nounce the approaching mar-


Angie Whitfield.
The hostesses served an
array of delicious refresh-
menrit and presented the bride
a Sunbeam Mixmaster.
A delightful and fun recipe
and kitchen shower was given
for the bride on June 15 in the
home of Mrs. Sylvia Costin
arid : Miss. Leslie" Costln.;.Go-
hostfing "thew'party were Mrs.
Voncile Tharpe and Miss
Stacey Tharpe. Thirty guests
called with their favorite
recipe, its ingredients, and a
kitchen utensil. The bride also
received a large wicker cas-
serole as a moment of this
occasion.
A rice bag party was given
for the bride on June 26 at the
Mexico Beach home of Miss
Kim Thursbay and Mrs.
Cathey Thursbay. Many
friends helped the bride fas-
hion her rice bags and enjoy-
ed homemade ice cream,
cookies and cakes. The bride,
received a beautiful white
handmade afghan as a gift..
Mrs. Pauline Mouchette en-
tertained her granddaughter
her attendants and friends
with a delicious seafood lunch-
eon on June 28 at Butler's
Restaurant. Helping Mrs.
Mouchette care for her guests
was Mrs. Margaret Adams
and Ms. Ann Aldridge.


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riage of their daughter, Julie
Ann, to John C. Marsh. John is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Marsh of Carrabelle.
The wedding is to take place
at the Howard Creek Baptist
Mission on July 28, at 7:30
P.M., E.D.T.
, The Rev. Orval Reynolds,
pastor, will perform tie cere-
mony. A reception will follow
in the home of the bride's
parents.
A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to all friends,; and
relatives, -of; the., couple to
attend. : .. .


of Panama City, in which he
praised Mr. Simmons' dedica-
tion to his family, community
and nation.
In other business, Jesse
Stone reported that construc-
tion on the addition to the
Constitution Museum is pro-
gressing on schedule. Mrs.
Hubert Brinson reported that
the project of cleaning and
restoring old gravestones in


the old cemetery is continu-
ing. Mrs. Brinson proposed
investigating.the feasibility of
moving the original Jacob
Blackwell marker to the mus-
eum and replacing it with a
replica in the old cemetery.
She also reported that the
society has received a docu-
ment written by a French-
man pertaining to the history
of our area.
Members of St. Joseph His-
torical Society were pleased to
have Mrs. William B. Sim-
mons as their special guest at
the meeting.


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Courteous manner.

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#Judith McBride Weds


y Henry Louis Cassani, J
Capt.. and Mrs. Henry L.
Cassani U.S.N. (Ret.) of St.
Joe Beach, announce the
'marriage of their son, Henry -. .
"Rick" Louis Cassani, Jr. to
Judith Ann McBride, daughter
of Mr. and .Mrs. Royal T.
.McBride, all of Norfolk, Va.,
on Saturday, June 23 at the
Virginia Heights Baptist
Church in Norfolk.
j The bride was escorted
.down the aisle by her father,
attired in a gown designed and
created by her mother. The
bride's ensemble was made of
chiffon over a layer of satin.
The empire style waist had a
slightly gathered skirt, flow-
:ing into a semi-long train. The "
bodice was accented by bead-
ed lace and a large chiffon
V-shaped ruffle in front and
back. Wide bands and beads
were sewn onto the long '
sleeves. Tiny buttons fastened -
the back, as well as the sleeve
cuff. The skirt was full andP
dotted with lace flowers and
beads. The veil was trimmed
in lace on a satin and lace
headpiece with a slight accent .
of silk flowers. The bridal
bouquet had six pink roses and -,
daisies in a cascade, with
white and pink ribbons tied to Mrs. Henry Louis Cassani, Jr.
stems of lily of the valley.
She was attended by her Marirage" from The Prophet Attending the
,matron of honor, Mrs. Debbie and offered a blessing before Port St. Joe we
S. Sullivan of Norfolk, Va., presenting the newly married Mrs. Henry L. Ca
and her bridesmaids, Mrs. couple to those present. (Ret.), Mike C
Nancy D. Wolfe, Ms. Susan H. The reception was held at Cindy Cassani a
Harrell of Norfolk, and Mrs. the Holiday Inn in Virginia sani.
Susan Cassani Andrews, of Beach. The couple displayed
Weymouth, Mass., sister of childhood pictures entitled Class O
the groom. The attendants "Remember Us When ."
were attired in gowns of light around a central engagement Sets ReI
blue crepe featuring butterfly portrait. A buffet lunch was
o sleeves with a blouson bodice. offered and the ocuple was The Class of 1I
They wore white wide brim toasted with champagne date for their fi
hats and carried baskets of punch. Miss Cynthia Cassani, reunion They p
silk roses and daisies accent- sister of the groom, kept the picnic -n Augus
ed with baby's breath that guest-book for the couple. Anyone intere
were created by the bride. A rehearsal reception was ing the place an
The groom was attended by, given for the couple on June 22 picnic should a
his best man, Robert Harvey, by Capt. and Mrs. Cassani at i n Saturday
of Norfolk, and ushers, Martin the Breezy Point Officers' ing on Saturdat
Louir, Richard McBride, Club at' Naval Air Station of pose room of
'brother of the bride, and Norfolk, and attended by the Costin Gibson
Michael Cassani, brother of wedding party, families of therary
the groom. bride ,and groom, and invited
The traditional ceremony guests. The couple danced to
was highlighted by the talents "The Wedding Song" offered VISITS POR
of Miss Jill Gardner, who by the band ii their honor. The Mr. and Mr
soloed on "The Wedding couple gave their bridesmaids Gormly, of La
Song" and "'As Long As He a gift of opal necklaces and Force Base, S
Needs Me", accompanied by their ushers engraved crystal Tex., visited wi
Mrs. Gwen Whitehurst on the mugs. Mrs. Louise Pai
organ. After a wedding trip to land View for tl
Thelcouple exchanged gold Disney. World and St. Auguw- weeks: '
bands and together -it-'4 the? Stqehe bridal couple wll c- Tidgether: tl
"Symbol of Oneness" unity visit with the groom's parents various parts of
candle. The Rev. Garver re- at St. Joe Beach. They will Georgia visiting
cited Kahlil Gibran's "On reside in Norfolk, Va. tives and sights


Bay Art Show Set


fr.


Aug. 12 -

James L. Hearn of Mobile,
Ala.. will be the judge for the
"18th Bay Annual Art Show,
which h is to be held at the
. Papama City Municipal Audi-
torium from August 12th
through September 14th. and
is sponsored by the Panama
Art Association.
Mr. Hearn. who is an astute
and very talented teacher,
lecturer, and judge, has stu-
died around the Gulf Coast
area with many renowned
visiting artists, the most re'
cent being Jan Herring of
Texas. He has also studied art
in France. Italy. Belgium and:
England.
Mr. Hearn is listed in "Out-
standing Personalities of the


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1979


PAGE FIVE


7IfUlblbQ Oep


Sept. 14 ,
Feted uwith


South" and has taught at: The
University of Alabama. Mo-
bile Center: the Fine Arts
Museum of the South in
Mobile; Nolen-Schmidt Stu-
dios and Galleries: the East-
ern Shore Art Academy: as
well as holding classes in por-
traiture in his own studio.
All area artists are invited
to participate in the Panama
Art Association's 18th Bay
Annual At Show. This is a
multi-media show and receiv-
ing date will be August 6th at
the Municipal Auditorium.
Panama City.
For information, call Clara
Williams at 763-7256. or Nancy
Dantzler at 265-3557.


f Greg Goodman Named

S| Rookie of the Year
Greg Goodman, pictured, .. .
has been named Rookie of the
Year with Florida Farm Bur-
..- eau Life Insurance Company.
Greg's production record was
4 the highest of all new Farm i A ...


wedding from
re: Capt. and
assani, U.S.N.
Cassani, Miss
and John Cas-

1974

union
974has set the
ive-year class
lan to have a.
it 17, 1979.
sted in choos-
d time for the
attend a meet-
y, July 21, at
the Multi-Pur-
the Corinne
memorial Lib-


T ST. JOE
s. -John W.
ackland Air
San Antonio,
th her sister,
ker, of High-
he past three
hey ---toured
Alabama and
g other rela-
eeing.


Bureau Agents for the past 12
months.
For this achievement, Greg
will receive a nice bonus from
this, company's general man-
ager. Greg is employed at
Calhoun County Farm Bureau
in Blountstown and works in
the Port St. Joe area.


GREGGOODMAN


Shower
Miss Wendy Ann Keiser, of
Mexico Beach, July bride-
elect, was honored with a
miscellaneous bridal shower
in the home of Mrs. Joseph E.
Rycroft. of Mexico Beach.
The bride's chosen colors of
white and yellow, were used in
the table setting of a white and
yellow daisy floral arrange-
ment, accented by silver can-
delabras holding yellow
tapers. Golden punch, golden
cake. buttered assorted nuts,
and party mints were served
by Mrs. Linda Courtney and
Mrs. Cathy Rycroft.
The honoree, her mother,
Mrs. Kenneth Gerald Keiser,
and grandmother. Mrs. Wil-
liam Girodet, of Whiting. New
Jersey, were presented with
yellow daisy corsages. Many
friends of the honoree, were
present for this joyous occa-
sion-
CARD OF THANKS
I would like to take this
opportunity to say thank you
to all my neighbors and
friends for their comforting
words and flowers, but most of
all the prayers during the ill-
ness and death of my mother
in Dothan, Ala. May God
richly bless each and every
one.
Mary Kirkland
and Husband


John Henry Smith Clan

Gathers for Reunion


On June 16, celebrating
Father's Day and Mrs.
Smith's 75th birthday, the
family of John Henry and
Ethel Smith gathered together
for a reunion. This is only the
third time since they began
marrying and leaving home,
that they have all been to-
gether.
The children were: Jesse
Smith and wife, Betty, of
Samson, Ala.; Edgar Smith
and wife, Evelyn, from Port
St. Joe; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
(Sybil) Jaggears, of Tallahas-
see; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
(Sandra) Child of Tallahas-
see;, Mrs. Al (Thelma);Scia-
dini of Washington, D.C.; Mrs.
Tom (Polly) Bowser of :Ruby
Lake, Nev.
Grandchildren attending


were: Mrs. Don (Patsy) Had-
dan of Milton; Gerald Smith
and wife, Carol, of Panama
City; Auston Bowser of Ruby
Lake, 'Nev.; Lynn Childs of
Tallahassee; Fred and .Wade
Smith of Samson, Ala.; Donna
Pitzl of Tallahassee. Great
grandchildren attending were
Jeff and Patrice. Haddan of
Milton and Cris Smith of Pan-
ama City. There were five
grandchildren and three great
grandchildren that did not
attend.
The family had a good time
reminiscing and enjoying the
good food.

women, served in the Union
army during the Civil
War disguised as men.


F

tMonjd


INFJ..-Jr -.. .. ,
From left. Mrs. William Girodet, the honoree and her
mother. Mrs. Kenneth Keiser.




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The average child between six and 10 years old outgrov.s
his shoes every 84 days.


n j We're Here For You.TA
;* Each office is independently owned and operated.

E. B. MILLER REALTY

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GULF AIRE
: : There will never be any. homes or buildings constructed on the beach
across from Gulf-Aire. Take a drive off highway into the new subdivision and
S look over these beautiful lots.


WEWAHITCHKA .HIGHLAND VIEW


Modern 3 bdrm, 2 bath
brick home on 1% acres.
Over 3500 sq. ft. which in-
cludes beautiful 1 bdrm, 1
bath apt. which may be
used as part of the main
house to accommodate a
large family. Located at
the end of Tupelo St.,
priced in mid 50's.
INDIAN PASS
Almost new home quiet
location & close to beach.
3 bdrm, 2 bath, living rm,
dining area, cen. h&a,
covered carport w-utility.
rm, 9x12' storage shed in-
cluded. Priced in mid 30's.


So comfortable-Large
live-in kitchen with refriger-
tor, built-in range, dish-
washer, eat at bar. New
heating and cooling system'
Huge master bedroom, nor-
mal second. On two lots. In
the 20's.
CAPE SAN BLAS
2 large tracts available at
the right price: (1) one mile
from turnoff on the Cape;
(2) over 4000 feet fronting
the Gulf, extending to Hwy.
30, towards Indian Pass
from the curve. Signs on
property.


- PORT ST. JOE -


30x90' com.iiercial lot on
corner of Reid Ave. & 5th St.
Across alley from City Hall.
Priced right and owner will
finance.

$2,000 down will buy this
comfortable 3 bdrm, 1 ba.
home. FHA approval allows
this low down pmt. 2 screen
porches and paved carport.
Nice corner location in low
traffic area. 1912 Juniper.

516 6th St. Brick ho whwii 3 -
bdrm 5 ,tath. eted .'
thruo tcicabi-
nets W 0 kst bar and
dispose! Storage shed, Ig.
utility rm, carport. Young
fruit trees in back yard.

1.1 acre commercial loca-
tion, corner Butler Rd. & U..
98. Excellent motel, gas
station or store site. But-
ler's Rest. sign located in
middle of this tract. Call for
further details.


520 8th St. Live in a new 3
bdrm, 1/2 ba. home and
collect income from your 2
bdrm, 1 bath rental house on
yor property. Only $27,500
buys both houses!

1001 McClellan Ave. Red
'brick home with 3 huge fire-
places, built-in bookcases, 2
bdrms, 1 bath, large work-
able kitchen. Located on 2
lots' with tall pines and*
many valuable azaleas and
camellias. Priced in: the
30's. '


Lovely corner lot, 3 bdrm, 2
ba home, liv. rm w-dining
area, den,' eat-in kitchen,
carpeting thru-out. Room
for the children and con-
venient to schools. 2111
Palm.

BeautifJu r ijenf lot in
Ward Cash
or tert.


- MEXICO BEACH -


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

10 Acres corner of 386A
and Overstreet Road. Id-
eal location, excellent po-
tential.


Mobile home ready for a
new owner. Everything in-
cluded from vacuum to lots
of wicker on your '24'x16'-
Florida rm-den w-elec. fire-
place. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, living
rm, eat-in kitchen. You'll
have to see this for yourself.
Alabama Drive.

Almost new brick home on 2
lots. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, liv. rm.
w-stone fireplace, dining
area, enclosed double gar-
age, c-h&a, carpeting thru-
out. Well built; very reason-
able utility bills. iGrand Isle.


-ST. JOE BEACH


Price reduced! Duplex
only 2/ blocks from the
beach. Excellent 'income
opportunity for interested
'investor. Columbus St.
$22,800.

Use your own final touches.
Partially finished 3 bdrm,
1/2 bath home, large living
rm, kitchen and family rm
combo, garage & utility rm.
On 75x100' cleared lot. Ad-
joining corner lot may be
purchased with home. Cor-
ner Americus & DeSota.




648-5011


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

1 blk. from beach. 3 bdrm. 1
ba.. corner of Pine & Amerin-
cus. Almost completely fur-
nished. $27,500.

3 bdrm., 112 bath, mobile
home on 75x150' lot. Less
than 2 blocks from beach.
$13,000.


BEACH LOTS

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

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



ACREAGE
5 high & dry acres with 2
bdrms, 1% baths, mobile
home, added 14x20 Florida
room. This garden spot is on
Hwy. 71, 18 .mi. from Port
St. Joe and features such
goodies as fruit trees, grape,
.arbor, approx. 3 acres in
pasture, enough-grass for 3
cows and hay storage area.
Also a storage shed with
added overhang to protect,
equipment. See this to be-
lieve it and only $24,000.00.



COMMERCIAL
Super Bargain: fully stock-
ed and equipped grocery
store, entire investment re-
turned in less than 2 yrs.
Ideal for retired person or
couple. Plenty room for ex-
pansion or diversification.

Fantastic investment op-
portunity, 31 acres, more or
less, prime waterfront pro-
perty, 1,500 feet on the Gulf,
35 lots platted, room for
many more, fully equipped
restaurant building, great
potential for resort.


Reid Ave.--Ideal location
for hotel or could be con-
verted to shops or offices.
6100 sq. ft. brick building.
Heavily reinforced interior.
' columns, kitchen facilities.
30 rooms, 17 baths. With or
without bar. Financing
available 'at 8 percent. -


WHITE CITY
Owner will finance $6,000
down and balance at 9 per
cent. Recently remodeled 4
bdrm, 2 ha. home on 1.6
acres. A nice home and
affordable terms. Take ad-
vantage of this and' own
your own home!

Large shade trees invite
cool country living in this
well cared for 3 bdrm, 2
bath home on approximate-
ly I and a third acres. Call
today for an appointment.
$29,000.

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


ELDON B. MILLER, REALTOR

Associate, Patty Miller


ASSOCIATES -

Sherrie Zyski 229-8494 Jim Clement 648-5482
After Hours:.

Sandra Clenney 229-6310 Donnie Lange 229-8004


1829 Hwy. 98 MEXICO BEACH

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


Sell for Cash

with A

Classified Ad


New home: reverse board
and batton with stone, 3 bdrm.
2 ceramic tile baths, gar-
age, patio on a 100'x158' lot.
7th St., Mexico Beach, $42,500.
648-5494. Itc 7-19

Three bedroom, 112 baths,
central heat and air, full car-
. pet, many extras. $29,500.
Phone 227-1228 or 229-6681.
tfc 6-14

Highland View lots for sale,
reasonable. Cash or terms.
229-6788. tfc 7-12


Mexico Beach
'Mini ,farm w-city conven-
iences. 5 A. garden planted,
chickens producing, fishing
on premises. Nearly new
24x50 mobile home, w-extra
room w-wood stove. City
water, deep well, plenty*of
wood to cut, 4 blk. to Gulf. 29
percent down, & owfier will
finance. .'
Overstreet
31z A. on rntercoastal
Waterway.

3 BR, 2 bath house on Intra-
coastal Waterway; cent. h&
a, boat slip, work shop.
Eveline Weber,
Reg.'R. E. Broker
648-5870 648-8958






For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-
pet -cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc 3-16


Ends of rolls of newsprint.

Come by The Star


Babysitting in your home.
Call 229-6336, Cindy Murdock.
tfc 7-12

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


Griffin's Refrigeration &
Air Conditioning Repair
All.Types Appliance Repair
Heating & Cooling Contractor
Electrical Contractor
Authorized GE & Hotpoint
Service
Phone 229-8586
tfc 3-15

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. 12 mile east F.H.P.
office. 760-8639. East Point
Alignment, Hwy..98, P. 0. Box
626, East Point, FL 32328.
12t 5-3


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

Alterations done in my
home. 621 Madison St. Mrs.
Sollars. 227-1490. tfc 6-28


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


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

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

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

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

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


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


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete

For Cable TV lneof k
Installation In Port St. Joe Fishing Tackle
In. Joe... Fishing Tackle
Phone 229-7232 VHurlbut Supply
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office tfc 1-4 3m ReidM Av.


REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE I


NOTICE
As of the date of the first
publication of this notice,
June 28, 1979, I will not be
* responsible for any debts in-
curred by anyone other than
myself.
Richard Lamar Anderson
4t 6-28

Need a solution to your daily
problems? Tune in 9:30-9:45 to
WJOE each morning to "Div-
ine Solutions to Daily Pro-
blems" by Dudley Hall of
Successful Christian Living
Ministries.

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.

NOTICE
As of the first publication of
this notice, July 12, 1979,'I will
not be responsible for any
debts other than those con-
tracted by me personally.
James Irving Murray
4tp7-12

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

The VFW will meet the
second Tuesday of every
month at 7:30 p.m. at But-
ler's Restaurant tfc 5-31




LOST: Large shepherd dog,
male, black with some brown,
please call 227-1356. Itp 7-19


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


SEARS IS AS CLOSE
YOUR TELEPHO


Sears Catalog

227-11 i
Leon Pollock, Om
410 Reid Aveni


Call for
TRACTOR WOR
648-5873
tfc


CAREFOOT SEPTIC
Septic Tank Clear
Phone 229-800'




LAWN MOWE
REPAIR SERVI
Time to get those m
-repaired & ready to
yard work easier. A
pairs on Outboard
Free Pick-up & Del
227-1783
Wallace Bishop 22
1st St., White Ci


kills bugs for
up to six mor
and soves you bout $10
in costly pest control serv
Use of Sprayer free
purchase of Rid-A
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenu
Port St Joe, Floi


I NOTICES


and
CASSIE R. GAY,
SE AS Wife Respondent.
)NE! NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Cassie R. Gay
c-o Milton L. Smith
Purvis, Mississippi 39475
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a I
for Dissolution of 'Marriage ha
filed in the above styled cause
Circuit Court, Fourteenth Judic
cuit of the State of Florida, In
Gulf County, Florida, and yl
commanded to serve a copy o
written defenses, if any, 'on F
Witten, Attorney for Husband P
er, whose address is P. O. Box 44
St. Joe, Florida, 32456, on or befoi
Sales ust 9, 1979, and file the original
Clerk of this Court either before
5 1 on Husband's Attorney or mme
thereafter; otherwise a default r
5 J entered against you for the rel
manded in the Petition for Dissolu
vner Marriage.
WITNESS my hand and seal
ue Court at Port St. Joe, Gulf (
Florida, this 10th day of July, 19
GEORGE Y. CORE,
1K Circuit Court Clerk

2-15 NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENT TO
STRUCT AN AIR POLLUTION
SOURCE
C TANK In accordance with requiremi
ning the State of Florida, Chapter 17-;
ports, Incorporated, Port St
7 Florida, hereby gives Public Nc
tfc 11-30 Intent to Construct and Oper.
Export Grain Elevator.
The location of this Export
Elevator will be Gulf Co4nty, P
Joe. Florida, between First Stre
Howard Street, adjacent to St.
R Bay.
R Application for a Construction
CE has been submitted by Agriport
powers orporated, pursuant to CHAPTE
F.A.C. of the Departments Rule
make, lasting the control of emissions
lso re- affect the standards of Nation
Motors Quality.
Motors Copies of the aforementioned A
very tion, the technical analysis perf
by the Department's staff and
proposed decisions are avallat
27-1783 public ispection at the following
ty. lon:
Florida Department of Environ,
Regulation
160 Governmental Center
Pensacola, FL 32501
Persons wishing to comment o
aspect of this action are requi
submit their comments in writing
address above within 30 days of pi
tion of this notice.
The State of Florida
Department of Environmental R
tion
Date of Publication, July 19, 1979
II oft."
S FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that pursue
Section 865.09, Florida Statute
undersigned persons intend to re
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cour'
County, Florida, four weeks afti
| S first publication of this notice, the
tious name or trade name under
DO yearly they will be engaged in business
which said business is to be carri
vicO. to-.wit:
e with Brian Construction Co.
Route 386 & Wetappo Road
-Bug Overstreet, FL 32453
SCO. Owner, Brian Avrigian
Publication dates: July 19,26,Aug
1e 1979
ida 4


Four burner, double oven
Frigidaire stove, excel. cond.,
$100. Call 227-1858 after six
p.m. tfc 7-19

Salvation Army family
Thrift store. Open 9-5, Mon. -
Sat., Hwy. 98, across from
Duren's Grocery. 3tp 7-19'

15 cu. ft. Whirlpool refrig-
erator, exc. cond.; $75. Call
639-5300 or 229-6030, Itp 7-19

Ladies' golf clubs, very good
condition, includes bag and
putter for $50. 229-6336.
2tc 7-19

Yard Sale: Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday, Canal St.,
St. Joe Beach. Clothes, shoes,
kitchen items. ltp 7-19

No. 1 Drive In Theater
Apalachicola
Friday- Saturday
July 20 and 21
LAZY SUSAN SLEEPS
AGAIN
This ad will admit two adults
free Saturday this program
only.

Our electric water pumps
pump water from any well this
vicinity. Also, they are freeze-
proof and easy to repair.
Check with Economy Cash
Store, Apalachicola.

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


Public


Petition Notices
Is been
in NOTICE
al Cir. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
and for following ordinance was introduced and
ou are read at the regular meeting of the City
f youre Commissioners of Port St. Joe, Florida,
red N. on July 3,1979, and will be considered for
etition- adoption at the regular meeting on July
47, Port 17, 1979:
, Port AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
re Aug CHAPTER 4 OFTHE CODE OF OR-
servt te DINANCES FOR THE CITY OF
iatevic PORT ST. JOE, BY ADDING
da bey THERETO SECTION 4.38 AND
ief de- PROVIDING A DEFINITION OF
tionnof NUISANCE DOGS; PROVIDING
ti FOR PENALTIES FOR THOSE AL-
of the LOWING SAID DOGS TO BECOME
County, A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND PRO-
979. VIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE
OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
FLORIDA:
4t 7-19 Section 1. Chapter 4 of the Code of
Ordinances of the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, is amended by adding Section
CON- 4.38 as follows:
"Section 4.38. Public Nuisance.
(a) NO owner or keeper of any dog
ants of shall fail to exercise proper care
2, Agrl. or control of the dog to prevent It
Joe, from becoming a public nuisance, or
notice of nuisance animalss.
ate an (b). A public nuisance or nuisance ,
animal shall be defined as a dog
Grain which:
'ort St. (1) Runs at large;
Bet and (2) Molests passersby or passing
Joseph vehicles;
(3" Attacks other animals;
Permit (4) Trespasses on school grounds,
s, Inc. parks or other public property;
R 17-2, (5) Damages private or public
i regu- property;
which (6) Barks, whines or howls In an
al Air excessive continuous or untimely
fashion;
pplica- (7) Causes an annoyance in the
formed neighborhood by acts such as over.
d their turning garbage cons, digging holes
ile for upon other than Its owner's proper-
g loca- ty, or such other acts that are gen-
erally regarded to create a public
mental nuisance.
Section 2. PENALTY. Any person or
firm found guilty of violation of or
failure to comply with the terms of this
on any ordinance shall be punishable by a fine
red to of not more than S100 or confinement not
to the exceeding 10 days. Each day that a
ublica- violation continues shall be a separate
offense.
Section 3. EFFECTIVE DATE. This
egula- ordinance shall become effective upon
adoption.
9 2t7-12

NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Gulf County School Board will
ant to receive bids until 10:00 A.M., E.D.T.;,
s, the August 1, 1979, in the office of the Super-
egister intendent of Schools on the following
I, Gulf Insurance programs:
er the 1) Motor Vehicle Insurance
e ficti- 2) Workers' Compensatlpn Insurance
which Specifications are available by con.
and In acting the Finance Officer, Gulf County
ed on, Schools, Gulf County Courthouse, P. 0.
Box 969, Port St. Joe, FL 32456, or
telephone (904) 229-8256.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. Please mark bid
envelope "Motor Vehicle Insurance"
.2 &9, and-or "Workers' Compensation insur-.
ance."
tp7.19 2t7-


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

Trailer at Bryant's Landing,
227-1877. tfc 5-31


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

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

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






1966 Ford Galaxie, 2 dr.,
auto., a-c, 2 new tires, in A-1
-shape. 227-1490. ltc 7-19

1977 Monza, a-c, p.s., p.b.,
low mileage, excel. cond. 25
miles per gal. $2,975.00. For
information, call Joe Silva,
Apalachicola, 653-9044. 2tc 7-19

For Sale or Trade: 1975
Gran Torino, 2 dr., p.s., p.b.,
.a.c, auto. trans., black over
red. Call 639-5545. No collect
calls, please. 4tp 7-12

1971 (4 cyl.) Jeep, $600. 229-
8021. 3tc7-12

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

Public'

S,.Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, INLAND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
Case No. 79-111
IN RE:'The Marriage of
TIMOTHY.W. GAY,
Husband Petitioner,


For Rent: St. Joe Beach,
brick house with wagon wheel,
facing Gulf at corner of Pine &
U.S. 98. Outstanding furnish-
ed home, central air & heat,
huge liv. rm with fireplace,
carport. Call Mrs. Smith at
Beach Grocery, 648-5024 or J.
McGlon at 1-385-2620.
2tc 7-12

THAMES HOTEL
Daily Weekly -
Monthly Rates
Air Conditioned
Television
302 Reid Ave. 229-8723
No need for wet carpets..
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
227-1251. tfc 10-23

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

.Why live in the crowded
city? Move your mobile
home to peace, -quiet and
tranquility. Water, garbage
collections, yard mowed,
live leisurely. Gulf privi-
leges. Only VA approved
mobile home park in Gulf
County. Ski Breeze Mea-
dows Trailer Park. 9 mi.
s.e. of Port St. Joe on Hwy.
C-30. Come out and enjoy
the quiet. No pets. Call 229-
6105. tfc 2-22


12x70' mobile home, 3 BR,
2 complete full baths, sleep-
ing facilities for 8. To rent
for summer by the day,
week or month. No pets al-
lowed. Ski Breeze Camp
sites. 9 mi. s.e. of St. Joe on
Hwy. C-30. (904) 229-6105.
tfc 6-28

71/2' camper, parked on -
Gulf side, sleeps 4. By the
day, week or month. No pets
,allowed. 9 mi. s.e. of St. Joe,
Ski Breeze Campsites. 229-
6105. tfc 6-28


SERVICES


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fia. THURSDAY, JULY 19. 1979








SDixie Boys Still In Contention


Port St. Joe's two entries in
the Dixie Baseball play-offs
'have one team still in conten-
tion and one team put out of
,thu running during the past
week.

Tennis Tourney

"Will Aid GCARC
SA tennis tournament will be
held Saturday and Sunday,
August 4 and 5, with proceeds
from the tournament going to
the Gulf County Association of
Retarded Citizens. Play will
start at 9 a.m. Saturday, and 1
p.m. Sunday at the Eighth
Street tennis courts.
The tournament, single e-
limination, will include men's
singles, women's singles and
men's doubles. Entry fees are
$6.00 and 1 can of balls for both
) men's and women's singles;
men's doubles are $10.00 and 1
can balls per team. Four
trophies will be awarded in
:each category.
Entry deadline is August 1,
and entry form and fees
-should be directed to The
,'Recreation Department, Box
.206, Port St. Joe, or Roscoe
Lynch, 503 13th St., Port St.
i. Joe.


Last week, the Dixie Boys
team lost to Marianna in the
double elimination district
tournament played in Grand
Ridge.
The Port St. Joe team


started off winning, putting
the runs on Marianna and
'East Jackson County. In the
tournament opener, the Port
St. Joe squad nipped the
Marianna nine 7-5 last Tues-


Tennis Winners
Pictured above are the winners of the
tennis tournament, men's double and
women's singles, held recently in Port St. Joe.
The tournament was sponsored by The
Athletic, House, under the direction of Roscoe


day night.
Wednesday night, Port St.
Joe took on East Jackson
County, a team composed of
Sneads and Grand Ridge boys
and trounced them, 19-4.


Lynch.
From left, are: Roscoe Lynch, Darrell
Morton, first place; Darrell Morton; Nick
Mincof, second place; Phil Hunter, Jack
Leslie, third place, men's doubles; and
singles winners, Sissy Lowery, first place,
and Susan Morton, second place.
Non-Staff Photo


Marianna then bounced THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
back on Thursday night, to
defeat Port St. Joe, 8-1 and on defeated Port St. Joe 14-8.
Friday night, Marianna won Tuesday night, Port St. Joe
again by an 8-2 score, won over Blountstown, 7-5 and
This gave Marianna the were to meet the winner of the
district victory. Chattahoochee Marianna
Dixie Boys are still playing game last night. No results of
in their tournament being held that game were available, as
this week in Marianna. The Star went to press before
Monday night, Marianna the game was played.


THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1979


Names Omitted
These names were left off
the list of Dixie Youth baseball
players under a picture print-
ed in last week's issue of The
Star.
The names committed were:
Jim Norton, Tony Beard, Kyle


PAGE SEVEN


from Pictures -
Pippin, Michael Pittman,
Coach Bill Dunnigan, coach
Ray Walding and Josh Jen-
kins.
The Star regrets the omis-
sion.


totement of


i condition


I AS OF JUNE 30, 1979


Assets
Mortgage Loans and Other Liens on Real Estate ....................................$
All Other Loans ..................................................................................


9,137,633.62
232,563.60


Real Estate Owned and In Judgment..................................... ..........
Loans and Contracts Made to Facilitate Sale of Real Estate.................... 30,285.05
Cash on Hand and in Banks ............................................................... 1,213,668.03
Investments and Securities ................................................................... 111,723.00
Fixed Assets Less Depreciation .......................................................... 95,484.83
Deferred Charges and Other Assets............................ ................. 1,661,999.83

TOTALASSETS .............................................................................. $12,483,357.96




Liabilities and Net Worth
Savings Accounts................................................................................. $11,084,428.39.
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank ..........................................
Other Borrowed Money ................................................................ .......
Loans In Process .........................................:...................................... 30,400.00
Other Liabilities ..................... ............... .............. ..................... 138,625.24
Specific Reserves .............................................................................
General Reserves................................................................................. 590,588.63
Surplus ............................................................................................ 639,315.70

TOTAL LIABILITIES and NET WORTH .............................................$12,483,357.96


OFFICERS
C. G. COSTIN, SR., President
CECIL G. COSTIN, JR., Executive Vice
President and Attorney
FRANK HANNON, Vice-President
CHARLES J. STEVENS, JR., Sec.-Treas.
ELOYCE PRATT, Asst. Sec.-Treas. and
Bookkeeper
FAYE TARRANTINO, Branch Manager


DIRECTORS
C. G. COSTIN, SR. E. F. GUNN
CECIL G. COSTIN, JR. GEORGE G. TAPPER
FRANK HANNON FOREST A. REVELL
DAVID B. MAY M. BROOKS HAYES
DWIGHT MARSHALL, JR.
OTHER PERSONNEL
MARION P. WILLIAMS RUTH W. PATTERSON
CAROLYN M. YOUNG RANZA COX
NANCY BUZZETT


BRANCH OFFICE
P. 0. Box 699 58 Fourth Street
APALACHICOLA, FLORIDA 32320


CITIZEN'S

FEDERAL

Savings and

Loan

Association


phone 227-1416
401 Fifth Street


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ALL-PLARPOSE
EXTEROR

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'PAGE EIGHT


Smart investors always seek the
greatest dividends tor their-invest-
mert so here's a tip for you. A
small investment of your time in
.regular theck-ups by your family
doctor can result in the most preci-
ous dividend of all. good health.
Don't gamble with your health ...
; invest in your future.. Make an ap-
pojntment for a physical examina-
-tion now.
ym i/ HAAMACY
S UZZETT'S
DRUG STORE
Ph. 229-8771 317 Williams



JAxe-
(Continued from Page 1)
S finance one additional deputy
;.(he now has "eight) a 15
recent salary increase for his
employees, $10,000 more for
'operation expenses, $1,200 for
investigations and four new
S patrol cars.
Three of the Board mem-
S bers, Commissioners Doug
Birmingham, Billy Branch,
and Leo Kennedy wouldn't go
.aong with the increase re-
quest.
'Kennedy made a motion to
cut all new men from the
, Sheriff's request, reduce his
salary increase request to 6.7
recent and allow the purc-
-chase of only two new patrol
;cars, cutting the increase to
just over $24,000. Chairman
'Branch surrendered the chair
to Birmingham and seconded
the motion.
,-. On the vote, Branch, Bir-
rmingham and Kennedy voted
-for the budget slash and
S Commissioners James Tank-
-ersley and Jimmy Gortman
were opposed to the motion.
Clerk of the Court George Y.
Core presented his budget for
the year showing the same
amount of money he received
last year. His budget proposal
did not contain a salary
increase proposal. He chose,
instead, to wait for the final
action of the Commission in
regard to any salary increas-
es.
ANOTHER SESSION
The Commission will con-
tinue with its annual struggle
to come up' with a balanced
budget tonight, when they get
underway with hearings and
presentations at 7:00 p.m.

SMrs. Joines

Circle Hostess
Mrs. Alfred Joines was
hostess to Mission Group II of
:the United Methodist Church
:on Monday afternoon with
iine visitors and one member
Present.
: Mrs. Roy Taylor presided
:over the business meeting and
:read a thought for today, "Say
:It Now."
Mrs. Laura Geddie who
recently toured Italy gave- an
:interesting program on her
Atrip.
Mrs. I. C. Nedley invited the
'group to meet with her in
iAugust.


Public

Notices
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Gulf L.ounty Board of
Commissioners will have a
Meeting on Thursday, July 19,
p.m., in the County Commission
the Gulf County Courthouse for
pose of discussing the proposed
for 1979-80 fiscal year. The di
will include the proposed use ofa
especially Federal Revenue Sha
Anti-Recession Fiscal Assistal
public is requested to atte
comment as to the proposed
these funds.

BID NO. 253
The City of Port St
Florida, requests bids f
(1) alarm siren. Specific
may be obtained from th
Clerk's Office, P. 0. B
Port St. Joe, Floridi
opening to be held Aug
1979.
BID NO. WWP138
The City of Port St
Florida, requests bids f
(1) leak detector. Spe
tions may be obtained
the City Clerk's Office,
Box A, Port St. Joe, F
Bid opening to be held
7, 1979.
BID NO. WWP 139
The City of Port St
Florida, requests bids f
of power cable. Specific
may be obtained from t,
Clerk's Office, P. 0. E
Port St. Joe, Florida
opening to be held Aud
1979.


County
Public
, at 7:00
Room at
the pur.
d budget
discussion
ill funds,
ring and
hce. The
end and
n uses. of
It 7-19

t. Joe,
or one
nations
he City
Box A,
a. Bid


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1979


Ailes Says Clinic


Use Is Growing
Ned Ailes, executive direc- services the clinic has to offer.
tor of the Gulf County Guid- "Our biggest area of service
ance Clinic spoke to the is with children", Ailes said.
Kiwanis Club Tuesday, telling Here the clinic helps children
the club memberwthat five out with disciplinary problems,
of ten people in the community trouble in coping with school
will need the services of the work or the world, and other
clinic during the coming year. emotional problems', pro"id-
"They may not come for it, ing courses in child parent
but they will need it", Ailes relationships and marital con-
said. sultations which usually af-
In reality, the clinic now fects the security of the child.
sees some 2,800 people a year Ailes said emotional prob-
in their offices on Williams lems often triggers some
Avenue. This use of the clinic physical complaint. "Consi-
is growing by about 27 percent during the people who are
a year as more and more going to medical doctors with
people became aware of the emotional disturbances,
Americans are spending more
for emotional problems than,
Howard Creek all other problems combined"
Ailes said.
Mission Revival
CiTS0l, MP tra


Revival services will be held
July 22 through 27 at the
Howard Creek Baptist Mis-
sion, according to the pastor,
Rev. Orval Reynolds. Services
will be held at 7:00 p.m., each
evening.
The guest evangelist will be
Rev. Jerry Moore.
The pastor and congrega-
tion extend an invitation to
attend any and all of the
special services.


youth to Sing

Sunday Nite
On Sunday night, July 22, at
7:30p.m., the Methodist Youth
Choir, under the direction of.
Miss Ann Aldridge, will pre-
sent "Jesus Made the Differ-
ence."
The public is cordially in-
vited to attend.

Methodist Choir
In .Concert
The Chancel Choir of the
First United Methodist Church
will present a musical of con-
temporary song on Thursday,
July 26, at 7:30 p.m. The choir
will be directed by Kenneth
Hampton.
The public is urged to come
and hear this unusual pro-
gram,


with Mrs. Blount
Mission I of the United
Methodist Church met in the
home of Mrs. Paul Blount on
July 17, at 9:30.
Eleven members present
and one visitor were in attend-
ance.
Mrs. Johnnie McCurdy pre-
sided, opening the meeting with
prayer and scripture taken
from Matthew. A short busi-
ness session was held. 'July
26th the Methodist Choir will
present an evening of song,
directed by Ken Hampton.
The lesson was taken from
"It Is Time to Weed Your
Life's Garden". The meeting
closed with the benediction.

Raise Money

for V.F.D.
The ladies of Howard Creek
raised funds for their volun-
teer fire department July 4,.by
working all day promoting a
flea market and fish fry in the
community..
The Howard Creek com-
munity is busily trying to get a
fire department started to
furnish fire protection to the
isolated area.
Organizer for the July 4
activities, was Barbara Rey-
nolds.


,ATTEND CAMP-From left, front row:
Pam Sanborn, Teresa Cozart and Cathy Rish.
Jennifer Hendrix, instructor, holds Charlene


SFishermen


The annual fishing tournament held by
the Recreation Department was a big


I -


Smile
When you pick your flowers, you don't expect to see a
face smiling back at you. Mrs. Georgia Laurimore grew this
unusual specimen of a gloriosa daisy at her home at 210 Third
Avenue, Highland View. The center of the flower, the
stamen, has an unmistakable face, complete with eyes, nose
and a big smile. -Star photo


Boys Baseball Teams

Play In County Tourney


A county tournament of
little boys baseball teams will
be held between the Wewa-
hitchka and Port St. Joe teams
for the next two Saturday
afternoons.
The winners. of the Wewa-
hitchka Little Major League
league and the Port St. Joe
Dixie Youth League will meet


in two double headers.
Saturday, Fico Farms of
Wewahitchka and Basic of
Port St. Joe will meet in the
first game of a double header
Saturday afternoon at 5:30
p.m., here in Port St. Joe.
Next Saturday, the two teams
will meet in Wewahitchka for
the final two games of the
series.


gust 7,

S the members of the
t. Joe,
or one
cifica-
from Church of Christ
P.O.
lorida. invite you to meet with them:
August
Sunday Mcrniing Bible Study ........... 10:00 A.M.
SeSunday Morning Worship .............. 11:00A.M.
t. Joe, Sunday Night ......................... 6:00 P.M .
or 800' Wednesday Night ..................... 7:00 P.M (
nations
he City
Box A, Corner 20th St. & Marvin
a. Bid
gust 7, For information call 229-6969
3t 7-19


Swatts. Not present when the photo was taken
was Trish Tapper.
-Star photo


success. The tourney, under the direction of
Bill Barlow, was held Monday at the St.
Joseph Bay Country Club. Shown exhibiting
their catch are, from left: Brad Bowen, Jack
Collingsworth and Keith Jones. -Star photo


Only




$32

A78-13 Blackwall.
Plus $1.7-1 PE.T.
and old tire
WHITEWALL
ADD '-2.


Firestone Deluxe Champion
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Tumblers

Attend Gym

Camp In Ala.
The St. Joe Tumblers re-
cently attended Mid-South
Gymnastics Camp in Jackson-
ville, Alabama. and enjoyed a
good trip.
Gymnastics classes are con-
tinuing through the summer
for any interested girls, ages
four through 15. For further
*information, call Fred Allen,
Recreation Director at 229-
6119, or Jennifer Hendrix at
229-8542.
The girls' coach is Miss
Hendrix, and assistant coach
is Shirley Highfield.


Rent The Rug Doctor.
The only "steam"carpet cleaner
with the Vibrating brush.
Cleans upholstery too!

10.





Piggly Wiggly

Monument Ave. Port St. Joe, FL
Phone 227-1728



HIGHLAND VIEW

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


Nursery Provided


Rev. Jerry Baker
Pastor


Blackwall Whitc~sall F.E TI


$2 i21t



H~hI4 (~h15 43 45 $2.59
H -'.17 A 1~ 46 49 $3.06o


I A1 .I


49 52


All prices plus tax and old tire.


Pate's Service Center


216 Monument Ave. Port St. Joe Phone 227-1291


I I


FIRST

BAPTIST CHURCH

Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
ister uth

SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORKSHOP SERVICE .... 11:00 A.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"


Everybody


wants it...
lI lu nt i '., ,-1 ,', l'. I .,iro t,, p.l. th, hi h piic,'-. In ing harI i 1I,,jl m 11.u, ii ., 1 % \,,u i. i >n, th,,t., % h,, r.iluir., liong tir. m il-agi-
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DOUBLE FIBERGLASS BELTED TIRE
with deep, long wearing tread?


Parents Meet
There will be a meeting for
all "A" team members' par-
ents on July 24 at the
Centennial Building.
The meeting will be at 6:00
p.m., with several items need-
ing to be discussed for the
gynmastics team.

Super Summer
The St. Joe Public Library is
midway into the Super Sum-
mer Progam and will have a
special program on snakes on
Tuesday, July 24, at 11 a.m.
Jack Tanner, of White City,
will present the program and
will bring with him some of his
collection. Admission is free.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1979


. The Gulf County School Williams, Marion Mims, Jo
Board met in regular session O'Barr, Daisy Pittman, Clo-
on June 5, 1979, with the fol- tel Washington, Shirley Wil-
lowing members present: liams, Linda Purswell, and
Fred Greer, Chairman; Way- Wilie Stridge
Ion Graham; Kenneth Whit- Lunchroom Staff Maggie
field; Paul Sewell and Gene Bell, Evelyn Harcus, Agnes
Raffield. Cumbie, Ina Merritt, Gwen-
* The Superintendent and Dir- dolyn Lowery, Essie Hall,
ect6r of Administrative Af- Willie Moore, Easter Nichols,
fairs were present. The meet- Ollie Neel, Georgia Peak,
ing was opened with the invo- Elizabeth Prows, Rita Tood,
*catopn by Sewell, and followed Martha Davis, Causie Grif-
by the pledge of allegiance. fin, Eva Flowrs, Hazel Lis-
The Board presented pla- ter, Louella King, Lillian Russ
ques of appreciation to Kate and Nell Smith;
Kilbourn, Stella Norris, Lester Lunchroom Managers, As-
Got.man, and thanked them sistant Managers Faye
fortheir years of devoted ser- Lewis, Minnie Lovett, Lou
vice'upon their retirement. Eaker, Opal Owens, Yvonne
O-i motion and second, the Atchison, Viella Rouse, Kath-
board unanimously approved ryn King, Geraldine Williams
the minutes of May 8 and May and Nervine Colvin;
10. Cashiers Marlene Sewell,
A- group representing Gulf Teresa Johnson, Eunice Ar-
County teacher aides met helger and Betty Cleckley;
with the board. The Board will School Food Service Secrer-
schdule a meeting prior to tary Sue Jones;
the; 1979-80 school year with Staff Development Center-
teacher dies to explain work- Jody Herring as secretary,
ing conditions. Ann Sherry Herring as Title I
Oh recommendation of the Technical Assistant;
Superintendent, motion and Career Education Betty
second, the Board unanimous- Lewis, secretary;
ly approved the following per- Adult Education Center -
sonnel matters: Donna Walker as secretary,
Pbrt St. Joe High School- Mary Mclnnis, secretary;
appoint Frances Shores as Gulf County Community Se-
secretary; Betty Bouington as Services Cathy Blackburn
bookkeeper; Reva Lane as as secretary (part-time ba-
aidW- Daisy Pittman as aide; sis);
Virginia Smith as aide; Bren- County Office Dorothy
da :Wood as aide; Allie Pad- Craig as secretary, Dorothy
'gettis aide; Marlene Sewell Leavins as secretary; Cora
as cishier; Maxine Sloan as Sue Robinson as payroll clerk,
aide.and Ernest Williams as Juanita Cross as fiscal clerk
security officer, and Jean Stebel as purchasing
Highland View Elementary clerk;
School-Carolyn Hardy as Instructional transfers -
secr.tary; Lois Miller, Mar- Constance St. Clair from
thaE:oberts and Debbie Burch Wewahitchka Elementary
as hides; School to Highland View Ele-
Fort St. Joe Elementary mentary School, Nadine Whit-'
School-Juanita Powell as field from Highland View
secretary, Teresa Johnson, Elementary School to Wewa-
Helen Kilbourn, Veralyn Lew- hitchka Elementary School;
ter( Pam Jones, Dianne Mc- Resignation accept re-
Farland, Hazel Simmons, Lor- signation of Lester Lee Gort-
ine:Kennedy, Debbie Cream- man from Maintenance De-
er, Aula Dickey, Dianna Hart- apartment, effective May 31,
ley?:and Dorothy Jones as 1979.
aideI Monthly progress reports
Wewahitchka Elementary from the Wewahitchka and
Schdbl-Sandra Pridgeon as Port St. Joe Community Ser-
secrtary, regular aides; Alane vices were distributed.
Re 4, Veroni a Carter, Mae .On motion and second, the,
Murphy, Melba Brown, Deb- Bar4.uianimously; approved
bie :Barnes; Title I Aides: t-thefobloWing programs: ...
Cindy Traylor, Merle Jones, ESEA Title IV relating to
Claudice Baxley, Betty Gain- audiovisual equipment, Com-
ous and Patsy McDaniel;' pensatory Education Plan for
Wewahitchka High School- 1979-80, application for feder-
Patricia Stripling as secre- al assistance under P.L. 94-142
tary, Sue Mathes, LaRue Hud- for education of the handi-
dleston and Barbara Eubanks capped, master plan for in-
as aides; service for 1979-84.
Maintenance Department- service for 1979-84. ,
Curtis Watson, Harlan Had- The Board discussed pro-
dock, Q. P. Wise, Ben Causey, posed guidelines for clubs, and
Kerry Wilson, George Cooper, organizations desiring the use
Leroy Causey, Les Gortman, of school lunchroom facilities.
David Williams, Roy Whitfield On motion and second, the
and Lester Gortman; Board voted unanimously to
Custodial department- accept the highest and best bid
Joyce Isaacks, Darlene Lin- of The Fish House Restaurant
ton, Bessie.Willis, Lucille Fle- on one used deep fryer. Copies
ming, Queen Pittman, Gladys are on file in the Superintend-
McArdle, Alma Bryant,
Elaine Isaacks, Christine
Worley, Ruby Farmer, Eloise
Henderson, Doris Tullis, Jose-
phine Frazier, E. L. Fleming,
Franklin Filmore, Tercie Cau-
sey, Olivia Moore, Ada Dozier,
Gordon Alford, Bertha Thom-
as, Earnest Weeks, Edna I
Strange and Sandra Brock;
Mechanics Clenton
Brownell, Morris Shavers and
Raymond Mathis;
Bus Drivers Jeanette
Antley, Betty Cleckley, Janice
Brownell, George Cooper, Bet-
ty Curlee, Phyllis Gortman,
Betty Fain, Annie Hall, Mae
Ella Gant, Elmer Hall, 0. C.


An

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Weekend's

A Gas!

No Fuelin'.

There's never been a
better time to vacation at
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It's one of Central
Florida's finest Oceanfront
resort hotels. 150 lux-
udrius rooms, two pools,
great dining and enter-
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a:tankful away. Gas
readily available. Come on!
Itl: be a gas! (And) No
fuelin'.


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"Saving energy is the smart thing to
do economically One ofthe first things I
did was to put weatherstripping around
the windows and doors. It's simple to
install yourself. In the family room I put
storm windows over the jalousies."


Practices Smoke Management



to Reduce Impact of Air Pollution


MINUTES:
of the


Board of Public Instruction


When a wildfire burns out of
control, not much can be done
about the smoke except to
regret its effect on air quality.
But some fires are deliber-
ately set for good reasons to
clear land,' improve animal
forage or reduce the chance of
a disastrous fire. With. these.
much can be done by using a
relatively new science called
smoke management.
The Florida Division of
Forestry has the responsibili-
ty to insure that all such
burning ("prescribed fires")
has the minimum possible
impact on the state's air
quality. Smoke management
is handled by research and
weather specialists in the Fire
Control Bureau.
Florida's regulations on
open burning are already
more strict than those of many
Southern states, even though
the geography of Florida
tends to promote clean air.
Outdoor fires are allowed only
with an authorization from the
Division of Forestry. These
can be obtained by telephone.
There's usually no problem
in the daytime when high
temperatures and ocean
breezes, unobstructed by
mountains, let the smoke
clear quickly. But at night,
when cooler temperatures
would keep the smoke from


ent's office.
Copies of budgets for all cost
centers were distributed to
board members.
On motion and second, all
voted YES to. authorize the
Superintendent to obtain a
236.151 roan, according to
Florida statutues, up to the
amount 6f $75,000.00, for (30)
days. A Resolution was au-
thorized !covering this trans-
action. Copies are on file in the
Sueprintendent's office.
The Superintendent's report
covered:
1. Discussed a four day
week for maintenance and
custodial personnel during the
summer months;
2. On motion and second,
the Board unanimously ap-
proved thg.appointment of J.
K. Whitfieldto work with the
Superintendent and finance
personnel during budget ses-
sions;
3. On recommendation of
the Superintendent, motion
and second, all voted YES to
designatethe Linton Site as a
kindergarten center.
4. The Board discussed stu-
dent insurance. On motion and
second, the Board unanimous-
ly approyed-Sentry Company
as carrier of student insur-
ance for the 1979-80 school
year.
PaymeitMf bills to be in
official minute book.
Attest:
B. Walter Wilder, Supt.
Fred Greer, Chairman

Bowman

Captures

Title of

"Mr. P. C."
Kenny Bowman from Port
St. Joe captured the title, "Mr.
Panama .City" on Saturday
evening, July 7, in the North-
west Florida Body Building
championship, sponsored by
the Bay County Y.M.C.A. It
was held' at the (ulf Coast
C6mmunityXCllege Fine 'ts
Auditorium.
The Body Building contest,
the first 4f Panama City, was
a great success with a crowd
of 700 people attending.
Kenny won the title "Mr.
Panama City" after winning
trophies for the Best Chest,
Best BacF;-iBest Poser and
Most Muscular. Dan
Twoomey from Tyndall Air
Force Base was runner up
with Sean Farrill of Panama
City taking third.
"Necessity does the work of
courage." George Eliot


Jerome Canter,
Minister of Music


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With the temperature and the cost
of oil, going up, saving energy can help
keep your electric bills down. For
energy-saving suggestions, pick up a
free copy of our conservation booklet at
your Florida Power office.


rising and dispersing, much
greater discretion is used in
granting authorizations.
Until recently, there was no
scientific way to judge a fire's
pollution potential. Then, in
1976. the U.S. Forest Service
published a set of guidelines -
130 pages of charts and
considerations. It uses a com-
plex system of variables in-
cluding type of fuel, wind
speed and direction, existing
pollution levels. and the loca-
tion of homes and businesses
for miles around.
The Division of Forestry
held seminars last year to
introduce the state's forest
industries to these basic prin-
ciples of smoke management.
But being -developed right
now is a computer program,
based on the same principles,
that links into the Division's
weather forecasting teletype.
By punching in a relatively
short list of variables, the
operator can get a complete
breakdown of a fire's pollution
potential within minutes.
Burning authorization for a
necessary fire is not difficult
to obtain in most cases, if
conditions are favorable. Just
call your local office of the
Florida Division of Forestry,
Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services.


First United

Methodist Church

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

CHURCH SCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE ..... 11 A.M. &87:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .. 6:00 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.


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is a do-it-yourself job.


Conserve money. Save energy this summer.

Florida

Power


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

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


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Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


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Fine Fare Tins 1 Lb.
COFFEE


$129
$229


Jim Dandy, Reg. 66.49-25 -Lb.
Ratidh or hiks 5


3/2. Oz. Adolph
Meat Tenderizer


71/2 Oz. 2/98
Hawaii Punch /9


3 Ring 18 Oz.
Grape Jelly


89 C


75C


Castleberry 10 Oz.
Hot Dog Chili
13 Oz. Pkg.
Chips Ahoy
10 Oz. Tropicana
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2/69C


$109


6I$-1"9


12 Oz. Clyft House
Luncheon Meat
18 Oz. Fine Fare.
Peanut Butter
Box
Cracker Jacks


Center Cut
PORK CHOPS

Lb.
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LOIN RIBS


I Dary Iems


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Cheese
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10 Ounce Fine Fare
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85 C 9 Ounce Fine Fare
WHIPPED TOPI


U. S. Choice
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Pound $2.88


U.S. Choice Bottom
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&b. 29
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Select Tender Deveined
Beef Liver Lb.


Whole or Half-Sliced Free
SLAB BACON


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Chuck


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Roast


Lb. $189


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FRANKS 69C
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U.S. Choice Boneless
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Lb. $219


U Fresh Ripe
Plums U
Lb. 49C

Baking Potatoes Lb. 19


Green Head

Cabbage
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Fresh Peas


Fresh Shelled Peas


Fresh Okra


Fresh Squash
Fresh Egg Plant
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FRYERS 7F I
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FROZEN LIMEADE36 oz.89"
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ORANGE JUICE 12oz. 99
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EGGO WAFFLES loz. 791


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RED GRAPES


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CELLO CARROTS
Mild Medium
YELLOW ONIONS
Fresh
GREEN PEANUTS


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EG


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