The star
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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: August 16, 1979
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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

Sheriff, Deputies, Harvest $40,000 Crop of Pot

Gulf County Sheriff Ken Murphy and his deputies
harvested some 100 marijuana plants Monday afternoon, in a
patch found just north of Highland 'View. near the forest fire,
burn which denuded a large amount of. acreage along
Highway 98.
Sheriff Murphy said the healthy eight-foot plants were
located in the edge of the woods near Highland View, near a
small creek, where the pot farmers had riggedup a system to
keep. the plants properly irrigated for fast and healthy'

Murphy said the St. Joe'Paper Company had moved a
tractor into the area, near the plant farm late last week to do
some reforestation work this week, but that during the week
end, someone or something set the tractor afire. Murphy said
it is a possibility the farmers set the machine on fire to keep
it from plowing up their plot which was just about ready to
harvest. "We'll send that $40,000 worth of pot up in smoke
without anyone getting a high from it", Murphy said. The

Sheriff said his estimate of $40,000 for the illegal crop is based
on the usual harvest of a pound of marijuana to the plant.
Murphy said, "These fellows knew what they were doing.
They had a battery driven pump to pump water from a
near-by creek to water the plants, they had-three 40 pound
bags of peat moss for potting, 50 to 75 planters for young
plants, wading boots, buckets and fertilizer to make their
project easier."
The Sheriff's Department spent most of the afternoon

Monday harvesting the illegal crop of weeds and combing the
area for evidence which might lead to the identification of the
In the photo above, left, Deputy James Mock and Sheriff
Murphy stand in the middle of some of the marijuana plants.
at the right, Murphy, Mock and Carl O'Barr of the Game
Commission pull up the plants.
Sheriff Murphy said the plants will be burned at an
undisclosed time and place. -Star photos

Assessors' Roll Rife with Errors-Kilbourn

Wewahitchka resident, Max Kil-
bourn dropped 'a bomb-shell at the
County Commission meeting Tuesday'
morning :when he said there are
evidently many errors in property
descriptions in the Property Apprai-
ser's office. Kilbourn said the errors.
showed up in some tax certificates he
purchased this year and occurred on
five of "seven or eight" certificates
which he.purchased.
The claim by Kilbourn was the
second problem which has faced the
Assessor, Samuel A. Patrick within the
past two weeks. Last week, the
Department of Revenue sent back
Patrick's appraisal roll, claiming the
valuations were not high enough.
Now, Kilbourn claims that many of

the property descriptions on the parcels
assessed are not correct. -,
Kilbourn told the Commission he
had purchased some $14,000 worth of
tax certificates and he has since found
that one piece of property which he has
purchased the certificate for doesn't
even exist according to the description
on the certificate. "Four others have
gross errors which puts them in the
wrong location", Kilbourn said.
What Kilbourn was getting at was
that he thought there were many more
such errors on the appraisal rolls, and
he felt the county should know about it
so they could take steps to get the
errors corrected.
"In'all likelihood, the person who
owns' this piece of property I'm talking

about didn't'pay his taxes because the'
description on the statement wasn't his
property. What's going to happen when
it comes time for me to collect my 18
percent interest on these certificates?
It will be up to the county to pay it
because there is no such piece of
property and no owner", Kilbourn
pointed out.
Kilbourn said he could see where
the county could get itself in for several
considerable lawsuits if the correct
descriptions aren't placed on property
which has taxes levied against it. "A
person may be entirely within his rights
for not paying taxes on an improperly
described piece of property."
Attorney Fred Witter, sitting in for

William J. Rish, who was on vacation,
offered the opinion that the corrections
should be made, "but I would be of the
opinion that if a person owns property,
he knows there are taxes levied against
it and he does owe taxes, even though
the description to his property might be
in error on.his tax bill."
Kilbourn pointed out that one piece
of property described on one of his
purchased tax deeds was a portion of
Pig Island. "Pig Island is in a national
wildlife preserve and immune to
taxation", Kilbourn stated. "Who's
going to pay the taxes I paid for this

piece of property plus the lawful 18
percent interest for the tax deed? The
county?" Kilbourn made this example
to point out what kind of trouble he felt
the county could get itself into unless
Sthe some 500 errors he felt were on the
appraiser's roll were corrected.
Kilbourn pointed out, "I believe
you're going to find 500 pieces just like
this. Jerry Gates and I went to all the
trouble of looking at the original deeds
of these pieces of property on the deed
books and the descriptions are correct
in the deed book. They are not correct
on the appraisal roll for taxing

Kilbourn declared, "It's a dead
serious business, and I will be happy to
cooperate in getting it all straightened
Clerk George Y. Core said the law
allows the Commission the right to
purchase the tax certificates back from
Kilbourn to prevent any trouble, but,
that this maneuver wouldn't prevent
some similar occurrences happening in
the future. Core pointed out that the
certificates were now earning Kilbourn
18 percent interest by law 18 percent
the county may have to pay.

Dr. Vazquez Resigns from Hospital

New Wewa Ambulance

Needs Intensive Care

Yesterday morning, Dr. Jo-
seph Vazquez told Municipal
Hospital Administrator, Rich-
ard Zyski, he would no longer
be affiliated with the Hospital
as Emergency Room physi-
cian for the week end.

Vazquez' action came after
he was handed a letter from
the Hospital Administrator
advising Vazquez the Board of
Directors were having to
terminate the service due to a
lack of funds.

The Board of Directors had
approached the Gulf County
Commission for aid in financ-
ing the ER service for the
week ends, and keeping Dr.
Vazquez, but the County said
its financial picture would not

allow it to contribute.
Vazquez was notified yes-
terday the Hospital would
have to curtail the service
after next week end, but
Vazquez elected to terminate
the relationship immediately.

Wewahitchka is having
trouble with its new ambu-
lance and they want -to get it
(,*fixed or replaced. According
to County Commissioner Jim-
my Gortman, "The ambu-
lance has already had its
second motor pat in, the
transmission is falling out, the
electrical system is shot and it
leaks oil bad." All this in a
vehicle which is less than a
year old.
Gortman said the county
has taken the vehicle to an
area General Motors dealer

for repairs and, "They just
keep it for a week and send it
right back home like it was to
begin with."
Gortman brought the
charge at the opening gun of
the County Commission meet-
ing Tuesday, saying, "I would
like to see our attorney get on
the phone and resolve this
'problem while we are in
session today."
Attorney Fred Witten did
Gortman's bidding and later
in the meeting reported he had
called Whiting Andrews, di-

rector of the state emergency
system. The county had pur-
chased the vehicle from the
state pool. Andrews called the
GM complaint division and
registered the complaint in
Birmingham. He called back
to say he had the assurance of
GM's Birmingham depart-
ment that they would stand
behind their guarantee. An-
drews said, "If they don't do
something soon, let us know
and the state will sue for
In the meantime, the new

Port St. Joe Couple Has Baby

Kidnapped from Bay Hospital

Port St. Joe has had its
"firsts" lately. Two weeks
ago, the Florida First Nation-
al Bank was robbed and last
Wednesday evening, the
daughter of a Port St. Joe
couple was kidnapped.
Last Wednesday evening, at
six p.m., little Heidi Elizabeth
Thomas, two day old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Thomas was kidnapped from
the nursery of Gulf Coast
Community Hospital in Pan-
ama City. The infant was
abducted by Angela Speights
/ McNeally, 17, of Marianna,
&ho was despondent over the
recentt loss of her own child.
Ms. McNeally had entered
the hospital, gone to the ma-
ternity floor, and asked the

maternity ward nurse to let
her hold the Thomas infant.
When the nurse refused, Ms.
McNeally offered the nurse
money, and then pulled a
revolver, which had been con-
cealed in her purse. Ms. Mc-
Neally left the hospital, using
the stairs, reaching the park-
ing lot. She requested a ride to
the bus station from a man
waiting for his wife in a
parked car. Just as she placed
the baby in the car, she was
apprehended by a nurse and
security officer, who had been
Miss McNeally was arrested
and held without bond, due to
the serious nature of the
crime. She is being held in the
Youth Detention Center of

Panama City.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas were
unaware that their baby had
been kidnapped until the epi-
sode was over. Mrs. Thomas,
the former Barbara Alexan-
der of Port St. Joe, is still very
nervous about the situation,
according to her husband,
In an interview yesterday
morning, Mr. Thomas said,
"We are grateful to God that
we still have our baby. We
can't get enough of holding
her, realizing what might
have been. We fear that if Ms.
McNeally had gotten to the
bus station, we would never
have seen our baby again".
Ms. McNeally had a bus
ticket to New York.

ambulance is still a basket
The County Commission of-
ficially received its notice of
violation from Department of
Environmental Regulation
Tuesday, giving the county 30
days to come up with garbage
disposal plans and. 180 days to
begin shutting down four of
five landfill operations in the
Tommy Pitts, Mosquito
Control Supervisor, who op-
erates the landfill sites noted,
"They have a mistake in their
order. They cite us to close
four garbage pits. We don't
operate pits, we cover up the
garbage daily in an entirely
different type operation."
Commissioner Leo Kennedy
suggested that the Board
write the DER for an exten-
sion of the 30 day period for up
to 12 months in order to enable
the county to come up with a
plan and financing. "We don't
have anything in this year's
budget for this problem and
there is no place to get it
Chairman Branch wanted to
go along with a letter written
to DER by attorney William J.
Rish which explained that the
county had already agreed to
close the landfill operations
which were now operating on
a temporary permit, while the
county works out an accept-'
able plan.
Rish's letter went on to say
the county is now looking at
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Unions Sign 3-Year Contract

The United Paperworkers Interna-
tional Union and its Local 379 and the
International Brotherhood of Elctrical
Workers and its Local No. 875 have
ratified a three year labor agreement
with the Mill Division of the St. Joe
Paper Company.
The new contract was officially
signed Monday afternoon of this week.
The remaining Union, Local 1435 of

the International Association of Ma-
chinists and Aerospace Workers will
vote later this week.
The new labor agreement will be
effective from August 6, 1979 through
August 1, 1982.
The negotiations resulted in wage
and fringe benefit improvements as
well as improvements in mill operating

Shown at the contract signing in the
photo above are, Ed Frank McFarland,
Troy Jones, Charles Norton and John
Howard, seated, left to right: Harold
Quackenbush, J. W. Bouington, Alfonso
Lewis, Marvin Cross, R. D. Davis,
Charles Cloud, Ferrell Allen, Jr., and
Robert Nedley, standing.
--Star photo

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. AUGUST 16, 1979


"Public Servant" Should

be Reprimanded

The more we think about it, the
S more chagrined we become.
For the past week it has been
'boiling inside us that a representa-
.tive of the Department of Com-
merce, one Mark Thompson by
name, could get away with saying
".we can't put dredge spoil inside the
S 'beach at the St. Joseph Peninsula,
."Because I don't want it there."
How can a public servant get
:away with telling his employers
If Thompson had a valid reason,
.;such as a rare and particular breed
Z of animal living in the proposed
":dredge spoil site, he may have a
.valid reason for being so obstinate,
'but to say, "Because I don't want it
S there", when local officials are
"'asking a valid question as to just
Swhy this particular spot can't even
; be considered, is just being plain
7< .rogant on the part of Mr.
:. 2., There was no consideration
ven to the fact that this 100 yard
etch of beach and bay bottom had
S ly a few of the same kind of
animals which abound in the head of
ve bay. There was no consideration
ven to the fact that the present
imals are living in dredge spoil
m years gone by. There was no

| Our Landf

with Ef

We hope you read the story in
L st week's paper about the mandate
which would close five of Gulf
county's six land fill 'areas, under.
S te..orders. ..
; This is going to cost Gulf County
Sx payers and those who have their
garbage collected or dispose of, it
; emselves, a lot of money.
g We're not just talking about a
-i, ouple of dollars a month, either.
J The county is faced with the
Dilemma of either pumping down the
: after table under its present
Garbage land fill sites, or trucking
t.ll garbage and trash all the way to
:the one allowable land fill area about
j miles north of Wewahitchka.
,i For the City of Port St. Joe, this
:m:means possibly putting in a garbage
backing system, or putting on a fleet
.qf large trucks to haul all collected
F trash and garbage to the single land
~ill each day. This could cost the City
2and the County well over $100,000 a
ear. Investigations into the-several

consideration of the fact that the
same type material would be placed
in the spot as is presently there. Only
a pouting, sarcastic, demagogic,
"Because I don't want it there".
At least the state environmental
people and the Corps of Engineers
gave sensible reasons for their
denial of proposals and offered to
seek out a solution. They expressed a
willingness to work with local
interests to find a solution to a real
But all Mr. Thompson could
come up with is, "Because I don't
want it there".
We think it proper that Mr.
Thompson's superiors be notified of
his attitude, his unwillingness to give
his assistance to local interests, his
apparent disregard for anything
except his wishes.
An environmentalist such as
Mr. Thompson is the kind which
give all environmentalists a bad
name and will cause this nation to
rebel against a very real and earnest
effort to work together in this nation
to preserve our national resources.
If we preserve to the point of not
using, we had just as well go ahead
and use them up and do without
them in the future. With Mr.
Thompson's attitude we will never
use our resources anyhow.

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alternatives three years ago, put the
price tag at about $150,000 then. It
would be more now.
With the county and the cities
-nowlstraining-to meet their budgets
under the current revenue and still
do everything the state tells us to do
in several areas, it will be a puzzle of
immense proportions to see just how
we will pay for this newest mandate.
But it's either conform or face a
$10,000 a day fine from the state.
Our land fill program for
disposing of garbage has .operated
very efficiently in the past and there
is no reason to believe it will be
any different in the future. There has
been no indication of pollution from
any of the sites.
Should the county grow, we can
see where we might have problems
in garbage disposal. Until that time
comes, we can see no reason why we
can't go along with a system which
has been effective and which we can

Gas Company Extending Services to Beach

St. Joe Natural Gas Com-
pany is extending its natural
gas distribution lines to the
beaches area in order to
assure more gas for this area,
owner Cecil Costin, Jr., told

the Rotary Club last Thursday
at their regular meeting.
Costin said there is plenty of
gas for domestic use, but
interruptible gas, that which
goes to industry or manufac-

turning is allocated on a
percentage of domestic gas
used in any given area. "This
move will give us more gas for
our interruptible customers",
Costin said.

Same "MO's" Used Here Seen

On Central Fla. Bank Thefts

The Gulf County Sheriff's
Office and the Port St. Joe
Police Department still
have not made an arrest in
the case of the burglarized
bank here in Port St. Joe.
The robbery, which occur-
red nearly two weeks ago is
still not solved.
Sheriff Ken Murphy said
the law enforcement agen-
cies have some suspects,
but have made no arrests
to date.
Murphy said his depart-
ment has since learned that
a bank was burglarized in
Gainesville a month ago
using the same method of
entry and taking the
coin change, just as they
did here.
Murphy said the Sun
Bank of Ocala was entered
just this past week: again,
with the thieves entering
the building through a
window, taking change

- from the teller's cages and

travellers checks.

A Layman's View

Bible Notes

John 10:11-14 (KJV)
Key Word: Jesus, the good
(V.11) "I am the good
shepherd: the good shepherd
giveth his life for .the sheep.
(V. 12) But he that is a
hireling and not the shepherd,
whose own the sheep are not,
seeth the wolf coming, and
leaveth the sheep, and fleeth:
and the wolf catcheth them,
and scattereth the sheep.
(V. 13) The hireling fleet,
because he is a hireling, and

careth not for the sheep.
(V. 14) I am the good
shepherd, and know my sheep,
and am known of mine."
Jesus himself is speaking in
this passage of scripture. He is
always very careful to explain
even the smallest detail of His
plan to His sheep, His follow-
ers. He wants us to fully
understand who He is to us. He
is the Good Shepherd. He
loved us and freely gave His
life for us.
If He had just been sent by

Costin also said the Public
Service Commission is citing
his firm because it is making
too much return on its invest-
ment, "even though they
recognize we have the lowest
gas rates in Florida", and the
expansion will be a vehicle to
come more into line with the
PSC's earnings-investment
ratio. "We have never raised
our rates, except for the
increase in the price of gas
delivered to us," Costin said.
Costin said the firm now

God as a hired man He would
never have died for us. But
praise God He is our Shepherd
and when He came, allowed
Himself to be born a bonafide
human, walked the earth as a
man and experienced what
Satan (the wolf) was doing to
His people He did something
about it!
He allowed His life to be
taken on the cross so He could
descend in death whip Satan
once and for all and return to
give His people (the sheep)
the power He obtained back
from Satan which Adam had
given him, Satan.
Jesus wants us to know He is
our good shepherd and that He
knows each of us and that we
know Him and will not be
deceived by a false spirit of
Satan. We are assured by His
word that we who Ore born

sells about eight million
therms a year, which allows
them to receive one to one and
a half million therms of
interruptible gas.
The expansion will be in and
operating as far out as St. Joe
Beach this winter, Costin said,
and plans are to proceed on as
far as Mexico Beach'in the
current expansion.
Guests of the club were Bill
Ebersole of Rome, Georgia
and Gary Schoafe of Port St.

again are His and He doesn't
let go!


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ONE OF THE MORE POPULAR fishing spots around the Port St. Joe area. is in the
mouth of the Gulf County Canal at Highland View. Monday afternoon, the weather was
warm. the water calm, the tide coming in and this crowd of people took advantage of the
combination to wet a hook and Loss a net. -Star photo

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TWO WEEKS from today, school will be in
It's been a short summer, hasn't it? It seems
-,like only last week that school let out for the
,S summer vacation and now, it's time for the kids
;`to get back to the old grind.
j, It must be about time. I think the kids have
"had enough summer vacation. I see the signs.
;For the past two weeks, my oldest grandson has
come in about every other day asking if he can
scut the grass at our house. fHe's run out of
:something to do. Or maybe it's just that he wants
to climb up on our riding lawn mower and drive!
When an 11 year old boy comes looking for
work to do, it can mean only two things: either he
is out of money or desperate for something with
which to occupy his time.
Before summer was over I had every

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intention of trying out a new fly rod I received for
father's day.
It's still wrapped in its cellophane package.
Before summer was over, I intended to do
some serious barbecuing on the grill out on the
patio. It still hasn't been done.
Before summer was over, I had every
intention of taking my grandsons to the beach
crabbing early one morning. We still haven't
Summers are just entirely too short, or
either I let myself get too busy to do these things.
Either I need to just get more determined to do
some, pf these things I need to do or we must
arrange, somehow, to make the summers a little
The only good thing about the passing of

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summer is that it ushers in football and takes the
hot weather with it.

A NEWS ARTICLE in the paper last Friday
pointed out that several Democratic Senators
were getting nervous about keeping their jobs in
the Senate. Some of them had been there quite a
while such as George McGovern, Frank Church,
Birch Bayh, John Durkin, Warren Magnuson,
Mike Gravel, Tom Eagleton and Florida's Dick
There were others on the list, but these men
are household words here in Florida and over
most of the nation. One thing they have in
common, with maybe the exception of Senator
Stone, is that they are all died-in-the-wool
liberals. The article said these long-time
members of the Senate are fearful of the
conservative trend.which seems to be sweeping
the nation.
The only liberal Senator which does not seem
to be running scared is Teddy Kennedy and even
he is getting nervous because of the fact that he
faces the possibility of being the minority leader
of two important committees rather than the
majority leader as he has in the past.
Senator Richard Stone can't be classified as
a liberal, but he is in trouble here in Florida
because of his vote to give away the Panama

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TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or emissions in advertisements, the publishers do not hold
themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.

Senator Stone told the people of Florida he
voted as he did because of the knowledge he was
privy to which made it in the best interest of the
nation to vote as he did.
Many people here in Florida feel that if his )
vote, detrimental to the wishes of the majority of
the people, was so important to the future of the
nation, they deserve to know what these reasons

MORE BUREAUCRACY was forced on Gulf
County last week when the state Department of
Revenue insisted that Gulf County's Tax
Assessor Samuel A. Patrick raise the value of
real property in the county to come more in line
with what the state has declared to be a realistic
valuation of property for tax purposes.
Here in Gulf County we get along with what
we have. There's not much sense in raising the
valuation of property, since state law, again,
prevents an increase in taxes of more than five
percent. If you can't levy more taxes (and who
wants to, anyhow?) there seems to be no reason
to increase property values.
Another case of bureaucracy strangling the
smaller counties -and cities. Mandated programs
now have the smaller counties and cities in such
a financial strain they can barely breath, just
financing programs they have dreamed up.

noises like they want to move their professional
football franchise to Jacksonville. They will
consider it, that is, if Jacksonville will sign over
half the city to them.
If the deal is worked out, that will give
Florida three professional football teams. Only.
California now has three. 4
We're catching up!

Wesley R. Ramsey .................. Editor and Publisher
William H. Ramsey ...................... Production Supt. SECAT PORT NCLASS POSTAGEE, FLORIDA24
Frenchie L. Ramsey .................. Office Manager AT PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 324
Shirley K. Ramsey ...... .................... Typesetter





THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1979

Orientation Planned for Students

Orientation for seventh gra- High school on Thursday,
ders and for new students will August 23, from 9 to 11:20
be held at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. a.m. These students' are to

Child Hurt

by Mower

in the Elementary School Library this week. In the photo
ettmn ReadV above, Mrs. Jacque Price (standing) hands out papers to
y H Madelyn Wynn, Vivian Patton, Vic Adkison, Betty Sue
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL teachers began preparations Anchors, Mrs. Norton Kilbourn, Phyllis Bixler, Eula Dickey,
for the new school year, which will begin Monday, August 27, Dot Barlow, Jo Anne Smith, Kathryn Floore and Lula Wilson.
by taking aworientation course on reading and mathematics -Star photo

SChanges In Soil Analysis Method

As of dctober 1, 1979, there
will be a change in the
analysis of all Extension soil
Samples. The additional in-
come will, in part, provide the
necessary funds to operate the
soil testing facility and to
i improve both the quality and
types of services offered. One
major improvement, in the
soil testing services is com-
'puterized soil testing. The


from FSU
Florida State University
awarded degrees-to approxi-
mately' 2,302 students in June,
Graduating from Port St.
Joe was: Carroll Edward
Cook with a BS degree in
business and Mariann Hen-
drix Bulger with a B.A. degree
in Visual Arts.

Wrong Ribs
An error is shown in this
week's advertisement of Da-
vid Rich's IGA. The adver-
tisement lists lean spareribs, 3
7 pounds and over at $1;39 a
pound. The ad should have
read spare ribs, 3 pounds and
under, $1.39.

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reclamation and incineration.
His letter requested an infor-
mal hearing, or that the
county be given 30 days to
submit a plan. .
Branch pointed out he didn't
think the DER would listen to
Kennedy's request because
they had already been notified
of what was coming five or six
years ago.
Every member of the board
except Branch voted for Ken-
nedy's motion.
The notice, mailed to the
Commission last week and
signed by Jake Varnes, direc-
tor of the Department of
Environmental Regulation,
gave the county 30 days to
come up with an alternate
garbage disposal plan, close
the-four named landfill areas
within 180 days or face up to a
$10,000 a day fine.
Superintendent Pitts; said
his department is now making
plans to get a new landfill site
approved here in the Port St.

soils laboratory will be able to
pript out all soil test results,
; and with some additional
programming, fertilizer re-
Scommendatidns and other
crop production practices can
also beproited.
As of October 1, farmers will
Smail their soil samples direct-
ly to the state soil testing
laboratory. The Extension
service will provide soil.bags
to hold the individual soil
samples, along with heavy.
cardboard mailers which will
hold from four to six. soil
In addition to the soil bags
- and mails, the Extension
, Service, will provide informa-
tion sheets. These information
sheets will be used to obtain

V.A. Office Is

Closed Fridays
The Veteran's Service Of-
fice in the Gulf County Court
House will be closed all day
Friday each week in, the
: future.
The office is closed because
the Veteran's Service Officer,
Fred Kleeb, is in Wewahitch-
ka all day every Friday.

Joe area and using the site at
Buckhorn for the north end of
the county, closing all other
landfill areas under orders
from the Notice.,
Pitts said, "I don't know if
we can get the land or if DER
will approve it, but we're
going to try".
The only other alternatives
are to incinerate all garbage,
or put up an elaborate trailer
collection system throughout
the. county, trucking all refuse
to the Buckhorn site.
In other business, the Com-
mission: ...
-Agreed to purchase a 150'
by 150' lot'at Howard Creek for
$5,000 for use by the Howard
Creek Volunteer Fire De-
-Voted to oppose the DOT
turning over ownership of the
road into St. Joseph State
Park to the county to own and
-Approved expenditure of
$6,500 to purchase a surplus
truck from the DOT.


The Apalachicola Bay Animal Clinic

.and Port St. Joe Veterinary Clinic

will be Closed Aug. 18-Aug. 29.



Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
M. Minister < c .. uth

SUNDAYSCHOOL .................... 9:45A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ................. 6:15 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:00 P.M.

'"Come and Worship God with Us"

me same inormauon wmcn is proviaea, me charges tor
now collected on the soil services and instructions on
nuw 'U L a a uU caqrnn~ on-

A 6-year-old Port St. Joe girl
was in stable condition this.
week at Jackson County Hos-
pital in Marianna after she
was run over by a mowing
machine near Sneads Wed-
nesday afternoon of last week.
Carol Sims was injured
after she fell from a tractor
and was hit by a mower the
tractor was towing.
Jimmy Sims, the girl's
father, said he was cutting
grass about 1:30 p.m., at a.
house in Sneads, with his
daughter riding on his lap.
Sims' said the tractor appar-'
ently hit a stump, causing the
girl to fall under the wheel of
the tractor and then under the
grass cutter itself.

gotten huft," Sims said.
Sims said that his,daughter
had suffered cuts on her back
and buttocks but that he was
optimistic about her recovery.

In last week's issue of The
Star, a caption under a
picture showing the paving of
Cypress Avenue stated the
City of Port St. Joe prepared
the road bed last spring and
the county was now paving, the
street. The article should have
read that the county and the
City of Port St. Joe cooperated
in preparation of the road bed


cards. nowjO aKe a soll sample, an- .
The back of the information.; nouncedLeroy Carter, County "She's ridden a thousand "Man's freedom is his inner
sheet will list the analyses Extension Agent. miles like that and never worth." Michael Beer

assemble in the Commons
Area when they arrive at
Transportation will be pro-
vided according to the follow-
ing schedule:
North Port St. Joe: bus will
begin run at 8:30 a.m: Stop
sites: Washington Recreation
Center and Main Street and
Avenue C.
Beaches area: bus will
begin run at 8:00 a.m. Stop
sites: Overstreet, Patrick's
Store; Mexico Beach, Hwy. 98
Shopping Center, Wayside
Park; Beacon Hill, Corner by

church; St. Joe Beach, Hwy.
98 Jr. Store, Beach Baptist
Chapel; Highland View, Ele-
mentary School.
White City: bus will begin
run at 8:20 a.m. Stop sites:
Hwy. 71, Gulf Station and
Hwy. 71, Stafford's Store.
Seventh graders or new
students who live in the
following areas: Indian Pass,
Simmons Bayou, Jones Home-
stead, or Howard's Creek, call
Mr. Watson at 229-8256 before
August 20 if transportation is
needed. Give your name and

the members of the

Church of Christ

invite you to meet with them:

Sunday Mcririg Bible Study;..........10:00A.M.
Sunday Morning Worship ............. 11:00 A.M.
Sunday Night. ....... 6:00P.M.

Corner 20th St. & Marvin
For information call 229-6969

New Wewa


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AGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSdAY, AUGUST 16,1979

Jennifer Braxton and

SJames Cullifer United
S Miss Jennifer Nell Braxton
and James Edward Cullifer
were united in marriage dur-
i. angcandlelight double ring
Ceremony on Saturday, June
.4 0, at 11:00 a.m. in Long
"Avenue Baptist Church, Port
St. Joe. The Rev. J.C. Odum
i" The bride is the daughter of
SMr.' and Mrs. Thomas J.
a Braxton of Port St. Joe:
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. James J.
V da Cuf orfer of Westvl e.
m A program of wedding mu- .
sic was' presented by Mrs.
M. L Britt, organist. Timothy .c
.:. KCullifer, brother of the bride-- e Fi

: other of the bride, lit the
.-:randles. The traditional "Bri-
dal Chorus" by Wagner ac-
.companied the processional ase
'1:L .he bride was escorted to the
1 SL-atar by her father. The
c eessional was Mendels-
hn's "Wedding March."
T:'' aGiven in marriage by her
*: rents, the bride wore a
.. iwn of lustrous white satin
S ..erlaid with organza with an
inbossed floral bouquet de-
n '. n The fitted bodice fea-
ed a scoop neckline with a
fle of sheer organza, and
centing the waist was a
*, 'de cummerbund. The long
tted sleeves were sheer
ganze with ruffles at the
sts. A deep ruffle enhanced
e full skirt. The gown was
ade by the bride's aunt, Mrs.
Ferrell. Complementing
,e gown was a mantila of
; nridal fusion, capped with a
Z-Jotif of embroidered lace,
d bordered with small ap-
j qued flowers.
='' The bride carried a silk
t-gascade bouquet fashioned Mr. and Mrs. James Edward'Cullifer
r.om white orchids, carna-
-Fions, and miniature rosebuds, the ceremony, the bride and Mrs. Jed Braxton, sister-in-
.nd pastel pink, blue, green, bridegroom together lighted law of the bride, and Mrs.
and yellow flowers interspers- the unity candle then extin- Timothy Cullifer, sister-in-law
with baby's breath. White guished the single candles to of the bridegroom, presided at
Z.-vtin streamers fell from the signify their union. the punch bowl. Miss Barbara
:;.souquet, and each was tied Following the ceremony, a Watson, cousin of the bride-
T'7ibto a love knot. Inserted into reception was held in the groom, presented each guest
:!jPr bouquet was a small white church social hall. Mrs. with a pastel satin rosebud
Z:.ible that belonged to her Wayne Braxton, sister-in-law filled with rice.
'jatera4-grandmother. of the bride, kept the bride'g
SAfte'-l t.aouple exchanged book. The wedding cake W*s Following their wedding
.ows~nd rings, they"knelt at served by Miss Beria Dyson trip, the couple will reside in
;the altar for prayer. Closing and Miss Mary Steverson. Bonifay.

,Faith Christian School Opens

S,-oors Aug. 27 for Fall

School will begin for Faith tered their children are asked al private Christian school
Christian School students to do so Tuesday, August 21 open to children from age four
Monday, August 27 followed from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. at Faith through grade five. It is
,by a holiday on September 3 to Bible Church. sponsored by Faith Bible
honor Labor Day. For those new to the Port St. Church. For more information
S Kindergarteners and their Joe area, Faith Christian call the church office at
parents will meet for orienta- School is a non-denomination- 229-6707.
ion from 9:00 until 10:00 a.m.
it the kindergarten annex on
Eighth Street. Children inDorothy Sutton and
=rades one and two will meet
With their parents at Faith Gary Wade Plan to Wed
1:30 a.m. Students in grades Mr. and Mrs. Frederic West Virginia University and
three, four and five will have a Wilson Sutton announce the received his Master's degree
regular school day beginning engagement of their daughter, from Michigan State Universi-
at8:05a.m. and ending at 2:45 Dorothy Ela, to Gary Lee ty. He is now a horticulture
p.m. at the Presbyterian Wade of Green Cove Springs, agent with Clap County Ex-
Church on 16th Street. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert tension Service in Green Cove
Parents who have not regis- Wade of Morgantown, West Springs.

Miss Sutton is a graduate of The wedding will take place
Port St. Joe High School and on November 17 at Ortega
received het" master's degree United Methodist Church in
from the University of Flor- Jacksonville.
ida. She is presently teaching All friends are invited to
at Orange Park Middle attend the wedding and may
School. contact the bride's parents for
Mr. Wade is a graduate of further directions.

iKristi Lawrence Navy and tan,
E:I: Cute One Child's 5'/2 to b
_Kr sti Lawrence celebrated gg S Ri
-her first birthday in her home .:
on August 3. She was enter-
,:=tained with a Winnie the Pooh Al *I- Keds, Con
:yard party on Saturday, Au- A
gust 4. Kristi was very excited T n s
that so many of her friends

-and relatives were able to
-:make it for her special day. Ladies Sued
Although the party was L Sue.
^zj:'interrupted by a brief shower, Oxfords a
H:-:the guests quickly helped Oxfords a1
move the party inside where
_: the cake and ice cream were ./
:--served. Many of the children
=:pitched in to help open the
::-gifts, then each child explain-
Sed to the birthday girl how his
or her present was to be used
There were many toy experts -
:.t.present and Kristi did appre-
'ciate all of their advice.
K"risti is the daughter of Mr.
.-:: and Mrs. Steve Lawrence. Her Price Clearance
';:; grandparents are Mr. and
: Mrs. Tom Parker of Port St. On All Our
3-:Joe, Ms. Beth Lawrence of Sh o
VzPanama City and Mr. and Summer Shoes and Put
.;-Mrs. Raymond Lawrence of

Mr. and Mrs. William Shel-
ton Quarles, Jr. are pleAsed to
announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Susan Elizabeth. to
Terrence Craig Harmon. son

Youth Group

Haring Birthday Having Sale

Jennifer "Hope" Gentry
will be six years old on August
18. Hef brothers, Shane, Heath
and Daniel, and parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde L. Gentry wish
her a very happy birthday.
She is the granddaughter of
the late Clyde D. Gentry and
Mary Juanita Gentry of White
City and the late Robert K.
Gambrell and Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Vernor of Pascagoula,
Miss. She is also the great-
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Cooper of
Port St. Joe..

for Trip
The Overstreet Bible
Church youth group will be
having a Yard Sale and Bake
Sale Friday, August 17 start-
ing at 10:00 a.m. on the empty
lot by the City Hall.
Everything from Girl Scout
equipment to clothes and odds
and ends will be, sold. The
money will be used to finance
the youth group's trip. Every-
one is urged to come out and

of Mr. and Mrs. James
Everett Harmon of Pleasant
Hill. Mississippi.
The prospective bride is the
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Shelton Quarles,
Sr. of Port St. Joe and Mr. and
Mrs. Basil Edward Kenney,
Jr. of Lynn Haven. She was
graduated in May from Bryan
College and was awarded the
Bachelor of Science degree in
Business Administration.
The prospective groom at-
tended Bryan College and is
presently independently em-
ployed in Memphis, Tennes-
The ceremony will be held
at the First United Methodist
Church in Port St. Joe at six
o'clock on the evening of
October 6.
The couple and their fami-
lies request the honour of your
presence at the wedding and
reception following. The
bride's parents will host the
reception at 2102 Constitution

Reception to Honor

Golden Anniversary
The children, grandchil- 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock in the
dren, and great-grandchildren afternoon. The reception will
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. be at the Garden Center on
Brown will honor them with a Eighth Street.
reception celebrating their All friends and relatives are
fiftieth wedding anniversary cordially invited to attend. No
on Sunday, August 19 from gifts please.

Miss Susan Elizabeth Quarles

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Lee Hale

Rosalind Harper

Steven Hale Wed

Miss Rosalind Marie Harper
and Steven Lee Hale were

united in marriage on July 7,
at the Woodward Academy
Chapel in College Park, Geor-
gia. The bride is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Byron F.
Harper of Fayetteville, Geor-

)ig boy's 6

eg. $10" to l 1

verse and Jox


gia, and the groom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. M.L. (Bob)
Hale of Mexico Beach.
The bride is a graduate of
Auburn University and the
groom is a senior at Georgia
Institute of Technology.

10% off

e, Leather and Saddle

nd Moccasins 1579 to $2279

SPerfect for Jeans
Tan, Suede, Burgundy 79

"Candies" $12

fNeel Shoesand
e eAccessories


222 Reid Avenue

Engagement Told


Questions On

Auto Insurance

Automobile insurance pre-
,miums may be financed
through an agent with a
premium finance company
that is licensed by the Depart-
ment of Insurance.
The following question and
answer illustrates what can
happen should a payment not
be made on time and is
included in the Department's
new "Florida Consumers'
Guide to Auto Insurance":
My premiums were finan-
ced but my policy was can-
celled and the premium re-
fund was less than I expected.
If a payment is late, a
premium finance company,
under a power of attorney, will
have the' insurance company.
cancel your policy. A refund of
unused premium is made to
'the finance company which,

in turn, refunds to you what is
left after deducting service
fees, late charges and interest
When financing the pre-
miums, ask your agent about
fees and charges, just as you
would on a loan from a bank.
To avoid cancellation of your
policy, be sure to pay the
premium to the finance corn
pany by the due date.
Free copies of the new guide
may be obtained from one of

Greg Conger

Has Pan
Gregory Wayne Co
lebrated his first birt
July 14, 1979 with a
the-Pooh party at hi
Greg's parents are

THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1979

Bethel Having

I Women,
The women of the New
Bethel A.M.E. Church will
observe their annual Women's
Day, Sunday, August 19 be-
ginning with Sunday School at
9:30 a.m. The speaker for the
morning service will be Mrs.
t "- Beatrice Woodfaulk Ziegler of
S Jacksonville. Mrs. Ziegler is a
nger ce- former member of New Bethel
thday on and a former teacher of the
Winnie- Gulf County School District.
s home. A pageant entitled, "The
Dr. and

the Department's 21 service Mrs. Wayne Conger of Boni- CARD OF THANKS
offices or by writing the fay. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sims
Department of Insurance, Also celebrating with Greg thank their fnends for their
LL-25, The Capitol, Tallahas- were his sister, Heather Ma- Carol. Carol was injured in an
see, 32301. rie; his maternal grandpar- arol. Caent last W ednesday, Au-
There is a service office in ts, Mr. and Mrs. Grady gust 7 near Sneads. She is
TherePanama City listed under th Player of Port St. Joe; Mr. improving and may be home
"Florida, Stay liste of" listing inthe and Mrs. Kim Ragsdale and Friday.
"Florida, S tate of" listing in their son, Ryan; and Christa Please continue to pray for
the telephone directory. Bartholomew. us.

's Day
Old Ship of Zion" will be
presented at 6:30 p.m. Every-
one is invited to attend the
services. The church is loca-
ted at 146 Avenue C. Rev. J.W:
Williams is pastor of the

Charles -Tharpe Kim Tjursbay



Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Mexico Beach and Mrs. G.U.
.Thursbay of Mexico Beach Parker of Blountstown.
announcethe engagement and The bride's paternal grand-
approaching marriage of their parents are Mr. and Mrs.
daughter Cathey Kim to Char- Wilmer Thursbay and great.
les Jeffery Tharpe, son of Mr. grandmother, Mrs. John Can-
and Mrs. Charles G. Tharpe of nington, all of Panama City.
Port St. Joe. This celebration Maternal grandparents of
of love will be Friday, the the groom are Mr. and Mrs.
second day of November at Barney Alsobrook of Panama
6:00in the evening at the First City and paternal grandpar-
United Methodist Church, ents are Mrs. Roy C. Tharpe
Mexico Beach. and the late Roy C. Tharpe of
We invite you to worship Port St. Joe.'
with us, witness thier vows Kim is a 1979 graduate of
and be our guests at the Port St. Joe High School and is
reception to follow. employed as ,a secretary at
Maternal grandparents of Basic, Inc.
the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Chuck is a 1976 graduate of
e.hat'les' Parker oqf Mexico, Port St. Joe High School andqis,
S'Bach. Great grandmothers presently'einployed at St. Joe
are Mrs. W.O. Cathey, Sr. of Paper Company.

H.A. Butts Are Having

50th Anniversary






The children of Mr. and
Mrs. H.A. Butts will be
honoring their parents at a
reception in the social hall of
the Assembly of God Church
in Oak Grove in honor of their"
golden wedding anniversary.
' The event will be August 18
from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. All
friends and relatives are

Little Cresta Walker who
f celebrated her birthday with a
clown party recently is also
the granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Johnny Walker of Port
St. Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker's
name was accidentally omit-
ted from The Star.




William R. Pace and Mis.
Francis Arey Pace of Cocoa
are announcing the engage-
ment and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Bar-
bara Ann to James Clinton
Dodson, son of Mr. 'and Mrs.
Walter C. Dodson, Jr., of
Titusvill* '
The wedding will be held at
the Rockledge Presbyterian
Church in Rockledge on Sat-
urday, August 25 at .eleven
o'clock in the morning.
Friends of the couple are
invited to attend.



Beatrice Ziegler


Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friends
SUNDAY SCHOOL .... ....... 9:45A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICES..... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
Nursery Provided Rev. Jerry Baker


Sale of Used Vehicles:

The St. Joseph Telephone
& Telegraph Company
will sell the below listed vehicle:

1966 Chevrolet

1 Ton Truck
S-N C3636A136161 No. 427
Equipped with utility body

The price is listed above and payment wil!
be cash or certified

This vehicle can be seen at the Supply
Complex in Port St. Joe, Fla.
The above unit is publicly advertised and
will be sold on first come, first served basis

CONTACT: Bernard 0. Wester,
Supply Manager
St. Joseph Telephone & Telephone Co.
229-6737 or 229-7263

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..:_17 .7

%.':P GE SIX THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1979

Each office is independently owned and operated.

E. B. MILLER Sparkling blue waters, tall palms, sea oats, white
sand. That's the scene at Gulf Aire. A wonderful place
S RFA TY to live permanently or just relax during your leisure
REA LT time.
i CAPE SAN BLAS This is the tops in investment property. Choose
J ;l 2,large tracts available at your lots soon. Almost half have been sold! -
the right price: (1) one mile
om turnoff on the Cape; INDIAN PASS ACREAGE
(2) over 4000 feet fronting
: the Gulf, extending to Hwy. 1.99 acres. 150' on SR30 to 5 high & dry acres with 2
30, towards Indian Pass Indian Lagoon. Approx. 650' bdrms, 1'2 baths, mobile
:'..from the curve. Signs on depth. An ideal building home, added 14x20 Florida
RA 'property. site, cleared and filled, room. This garden spot is on
Hwy. 71, 18 mi. from Port
"l, 'antastic investment op- Almost new home quiet St. Joe and features such
Si-prtunity, 31 acres, more or location & close to beach. 3 goodies as fruit trees, grape
6! less, prime waterfront pro- bdrm, 2 bath, living rm, arbor, approx. 3 acres in
J rity, 1,500 feet on the Gulf, dining area, cen. h&a, coy- pasture, enough grass for 3
S 'lots platted, room for ered carport w-utility rm, cows and hay storage area.
Sany more, fully equipped 9xt2' storage shed included. Also a storage shed with
2 restaurant building, great Priced in mid 30's. added overhang to protect
qantal for resort. equipment. See this to be-
C nal for P TsTrt, lieve it and only $24,000.00.

S Idolso. aiL, li 3 Lovely corner lot, 3 bdrm, k WEWAHITCHKA
in bd ts ba home, liv. rm w-dining Modern 3 bdrm, 2 bath brick
Shrireple,,unken living area, den, eat-in kitchen, Modern 3 bdrm2bath brck
Soom, landscaped. 9th St. carpeting thru-out. Room 3500 sq ft. which incudes
S. for the children and con- beautiful 1 bdrm, 1 bath apt
'New Listing-4 bdrm. frame, venient to schools. 2111 which may be usedas part
: house on 1 lots. Liv. rmn Palm. of the main hosue to accom-
'" v with fireplace, sep. dining modate a large 'family.
rm, cen. h&a, chain link Nice corner location in low Located at the end of Tupelo
.; fencedd backyard. Needs traffic area. 1912 Juniper. St., priced in mid '50's.
'. -some finishing touches. 1025
.- .Long Ave. 1.1 acre commercial loca-
tion, corner Butler Rd. & U. WHITE CITY
?$2,000 down will buy this 98. Excellent motel, gas New Listing one acre of
comfortable 3 bdrm, 1 ha. station or store site. But- grass, trees, shrubs, with
^ .home. FHA approval allows ler's Rest. sign located in beautiful 3 yr. old mobile
S- this low down pmt. 2 screen middle of this tract. Call for home. 2 bdrms, 2 full baths,
w i. porches and paved carport. further details. sunken tub in 1 bath, walk-

520 8th St. Live in a new 3
S|lm, m 1% ba. home and
S.' collect income from your 2
: :bdrm, I bath rental house on
yor property. Only $27,500
S buys both houses!
S'' ** :--

..-' ; Deluxe, blui
F bdrms, 3
S- sulation, f
r* ming pool
vaulted ce
', bome you
,:or many
"i J''Teinn. Ave.

ue ribbon home. 3
baths, double in-
ireplace, swim-
I. Paved drive,
ailing. This is a
can be proud of
many years.

.. 'Charming 3 bdrm, 2 bath
me on 1'. canal lots with
. "boat dock. Vaulted ceiling
S. rad fireplace in large den
"' overlooking canal. Priced
' below replacement. Cen.
,, .h&a, commodious double

S .'Almost new brick home on 2
lots. 3 bdrm, 2 ba. liv. rm w-
stone fireplace, dining area,
.enclosed double garage, c-
S',.h&a, carpeting thruout.
Well built, very reasonable
utility bills, Grand Isle.



Excellent construction
double garage, laundry rr
18x36' swimming pool. A
corner Court and Alabam

-- Mobile home on 1 high dry
4 lots. 3 bdrm, I bath, expan-
- do living room, a-c, well,
;partially furnished, even
-. includes set of World Book
i ncyckpedia. Selma St.
Bargain at $12,500.

-Use your own final touches.
Partially finished 3 bdrm,
1 iba. home, large living
; m, kitchen and family rm
-Oobmbo, garage & utility rm.
O, n 75x100' cleared lot. Ad-
-joining corner lot may be
-purchased with home. Cor-
S:ner Americus & DeSota.

S.'Hate to be cooped up? Relax
So your 16x60' screened
3 : orch in rain or shine! This
': bdrm, 1 bath furnished
-. jobile home has it. Corner
.Alabama & Santa Anna.

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

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 ba. living
rm, eat-in kitchen. You'll
have to see this for yourself.
Alabama Drive.

Waterfront 4 bdrm, 2 ba.
completely remodeled, new
cen. h&a, large screen
porch facing Gulf, sells
completely furnished in-
cluding washer and dryer. A
fine home with a perfect
view. 13th & U.S. 98.

10 Acres corner of 386A
and Overstreet Road. Ideal
location, excel. potential.



i. 3 bdrm, 2 bath brick with
m, den. Landscaped lot with
beautiful permanent home
a. By appointment only.

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

1976 Tiffany mobile home on
75x174' cleared lot. Excel.
cond., buy equity, take over
pmts. 3% blocks back from
98, Gulf St.

Price reduced! Duplex
only 21/ blocks from the
beach. Excellent income
opportunity for interested
investor. Columbus St.
3 bdrm, 1 bath, mobile
home on 75x150' lot. Less
than. 2 blocks from beach.

in closet. Added screen
porch with 40' roofed patio.
Big red barn with 2 corrals!
Near canal!

New Listing: Good fishing
within walking distance of
this 2 bdrm, I bath home on
2 lots. Tall pines, dogwoods
& azaleas grace the yard.
There's even a swing on the
screened front porch. Call
and let us show you this
property today. $18,500.

Owner will finance $6,000
down and balance ,at 9 per
cent. Recently remodeled 4
bdrm, 2 ba. home on 1.6
acres. A nice home and af-
fordable terms. Take ad,
,.vantage of tli and 0n
your own'-h '

Large shade trees invite
cool country living in thsi
well cared for 3 bdrm, 2 ba.
home on approx. 1 and a
third acres. Call today for
an appt. $29,000.

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

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.
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.

A large selection of excel-
lent building lots in Mexico
Beach, St. Joe Beach, Bea-
con Hill, plus Gulf Aire lots.

Commercial lots 90x190',
120x90' and 85x170' in Mex-
ico 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,-



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

Sandra Clenney 229-6310 Donnie Lange 229-8004

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

1829 Hwy. 98 MEXICO BEACH



Oak desk and chair. $50.
229-8021. tfc 8-21

FREE1 Free wood, you
haul; free shingles, you haul.
Call 648-5829. tfc 8-16

,24 foot CB 4 element beam'
by Hi-Gain. Call 648-5829. ltc
Reduce safe & fast with Go-
Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water
pills". Campbell's Drug.
3t 8-9

Sierra Scotty Sportsman 15'
camper trailer. Can be seen at
813 Marvin Ave. Very clean.
$850. Call 229-8000. tfc 8-16

Mexico Beach Volunteer
Fire Department ladies Auxi-
liary is holding a "Back to
School" rummage sale at the
Mexico Beach Shopping Cen-
ter on Saturday, Aug. 18 from
8:00a.m. to 6:00 p.m. C.p.S.T.
Anyone wishing to donate
items please contact Mrs.
Hale at 648-5659 for pick up.
Along with many clothing
items will be hand made
crafts and indoor-outdoor
plants. A drawing for hand-
made crocheted craft will be
,at 6:00 p.m. In case of rain
sale will be moved into
firehouse on 14th St.

Garage Sale: Four families.
Saturday, Aug. 18 from 8:00 to
4:30 on Coronado St. at St. Joe

Yard Sale: Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday, Aug. 16, 17
and 18 at 1303 Long Ave. Girls
clothes ages 7 to 13, boys ages

Yard Sale: Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday from 9:00 to
5:00 at 805 Long Ave.

Back- Yard Sale: Weather
permitting, at 1312 Woodward
Ave. Small appliances, odds
and ends and clothes. Satur-
day from 9:00 to 5:00.

Back Yard Sale: Corner of
Selma and Alabama at St. Joe
Bepch _o' Thursday and Fri-
day, Aug. 16 and 17, from 9:00
to 5:00. Children's clothes.
Baby furniture and etc. Junior
girls clothes size 5. -

Will mow lawns.
Call 229-6336
tfc 8-2

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

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

Building & Remodeling
Harvey Allen
Phone 229-6107
4tp 7-26

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

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

Alterations done in my
home. 621 Madison St. Mrs.
Sollars. 227-1490. tfc 7-26

Kitchen Cabinets -
Vanities --Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
412 Monument Ave.,
Port St. Joe
Glen Combs


Garage Sale: moving sale
priced to go. Good women's
clothes, size 12-16. Household
items, records, books, shoes,
hibachi, jewelry & food stuffs.
147 Ave. B. Apalachicola. 653-
8029. 2tc 8-9

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

Call Betty Gilbert

6 FT. X 10 FT. OR ROUND.
We deliver and assemble.
Terms available. WESTERN
AUTO, 219 Reid Ave. 227-1105.'

CB Radios, Johnson, Craig,
Surveyor, antennas, base sta-
tions, terms available. West-
emn Auto.

Sears BEST Hydroglass
shallow well jet pump, model
39025100, h.p., used 7 mos.,
still under warranty, $125;
Sta-rite h.p. shallow well
pump, $35; Tappon refrigera-
tor, $75; child's Bobby-Mac
car seat (child to 40 lbs.), $10;
child's Cosco play pen, $5;
child's Cosco high chair, $10.
648-8958. tfc 8-9

Home at Bryant's Landing
on 2 leased lots. Furnished
with 2 stoves, 2 refrigerators,
3 beds, 2 tables, 1 bath and
shower. $2,500. Call Arch
Williams at 653-8737. 2t 8-9
Moving West, selling furni-
ture, antiques, 3 air cond.,
baby items, beach furniture,
books, records, dishes, cloth-
es & more. 79 6th St., Apalach-
icola. 2t8-9


Our solar system contains 31
satellites in addition to our
own moon.

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

Charles H. Stephens
227-1622or 229-8032

Psychological services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
-.ane .-.. 1sli--0 TUrS--. O. T J

Highland View: lots for sale,
reasonable. Cash or terms.
229-6788. tfc 8-16

2 bedroom house, one bath,
furnished, carpet thruout.
Located in Highland View.
229-8570. 2tp 8-16

2 lots at Mexico Beach 75xx
1121'2 each. Centipede grass
and landscaped on Virginia St.
$8,000 ea. 648-5812. 2tc 8-16

House in White City. On
Charles Ave., at end of street.
2 Ig. bedrooms, Ig. liv. room,
kitchen and dining area, new-
ly painted, new roof, dish
washer, Ig. corner lot, carport,
paved driveway. Call 227-1590
or 763-5023. tfc 7-26

For Sale by Owner: 2 bed-
room masonry home, furnish-
ed, on a large fenced lot. 513
4th St. Port St. Joe, FL 229-'
8124. 4tc 8-2

20 acres, Calhoun County,
$19,000. If interested, call 229-
6572. 3tp 8-2

As of the first date of the
publication of. this notice,
August 9, 1979, I will not be
responsible for any debts
incurred by anyone other than
H. L. Parrish
4tp 8-9

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

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

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


Sears Catalog Sales

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue

tUrL St. Uoe.
Machine Work Welding
IANCE 506 First Street
R Phone 229-6803
lenders, cof- Machinist on duty all day
ir dryers, everyday
. Other ap-
Contact G. I will buy your old junk
estcott Cir- batteries. Paying top price.
after 5 p.m. Call 229-6999 or 227-1593 after
tfc'5-17 5:00, ask for Steve. tfc 8-16


tfc 2-15

Septic Tank Cleaning
Phone 229-8007
tfc 11-30

Ijnstollotion In Port St. Joe Fishing Tackle
Phone 229-7232 Hurlbut Supply
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office tfc 1-4 306 Red Ave.


Men once needed a special
permit to grow a beard in


kills bugs for
up to six months,
and saves you about S 100 yeort
in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
306 Reid Avenue
Port St Joe Floridas

Sales Help Wanted: Full and
part time available. Experi-
ences helpful but not required.
Apply at Great Day, 328 Reid
Ave. ltc 8-16

Gulf County Guidance Clinic
is accepting applications for a
Psychiatric Nurse. Minimum
requirements: graduation
from accredited school of
nursing; license by Florida
State Board of Nursing; prior
experience in mental health
setting desirable. Duties in-
clude: outpatient aftercare,
therapy and crisis interven-
tion. Starting salary is $9,000-
$12,000. Send resume to: Ed-
win R. Ailes, Executive Direc-
tor, Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, 311 Williams Avenue,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.


For Rent: 2 bedroom
nished apartment at 510
To see or for more ii
tion call (904) 234-6219.

3 bedroom furnished
at Overstreet. Call 641

Apartment with
room, bedroom, bath,
and breakfast nook. C

For Rent: Nice lot at
Beach for mobile hon
229-8000 after 5:00 p.m

Daily Weekly-
Monthly Rates
Air Conditioned
302 Reid Ave. 229-8

For carpets cleaned
professionals do it-at
tion-of the cost, rent 1
Vac,. the portable steal
pet cleaning system.
able at Western Auto
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave

No need -for wet
Dry cleanithem with
Use rooms right awa
machine. St. Joe Fu

2&3 bdrm. furn. mobile
homes for rent. $155 mo.
Mobile home sites only $45
monthly. City water and
garbage pickup included.
On site travel trailers for
rent by day, week, or mo.
R.V. sites for rent by day,
week or mo. All the above
on large lots in secluded
wooded area with store, rec.
hall and Jaundry. Rustic
Sands Resort Campground.
Mexico Beach, FL 648-9933
or 648-5229. It 8-16

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

171' 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

1971 Volkswagen. Call 229-
6225. 2tc 8-16

1974 Ford Torino, a-c, good
cond., good on gas. $1,100. 653-
9855. 2t8-9

1978 F150 Ranger long wheel
base pickup. Power steering
and brakes, a-c, am-fm radio,
runs on reg. gas. A very sharp
looking truck, in top notch
condition. Call 227-1278,9-5; or
after 5, 227-1768 or 227-1355.
tfc 8-2

LOST: Ladies wallet re-
moved from car at post office.
Reward offered, no questions
asked. Call 648-5688. Itc 8-16

"Fear of misfortune is worse
than the misfortune."
Hasidic Saying

Public Notices
Pursuant to Section 129.01, Florida
Statutes, 1971, Notice Is hereby given
that the Board of City Commissioners, or
Port St. Joe, Florida, will be in session
on September 4, 1979, at 8:00 p.m., In the
Municipal Building, for the purpose of
* hearing from any person or persons that
wish the opportunity to make oral and
written suggestions regarding the tenta..
tive budget for the several City funds for
the fiscal year beginning October 1, 1979,
and ending September 30,1980. A copy of
the entire budget proposed for adoption
will be available for public inspection at
the Municipal Building, Monday through
Friday, 8:00 a.m., until 5:00 p.m.
Summary of Proposed Budget
General Fund 787,553.00,
Water & Sewer Fund 2,174,810.00
Oak Grove water & Sewer
Fund 17,870.00
Wastewater Plant Fund 2,595,350.00
Cash Carried Forward 107,706.00
Total Revenue S5,683,289.00
General Fund 795,259.00
Water & Sewer Fund 2,174,810.00
Oak Grove Water & Sewer
Fund 17,870.00
Wastewater Plant Fund 2,695,350.00
Total Expense $5,683,289.00

C.W. Brock,
om fur- City Auditor and Clerk
The Board of County Commissioners
tfc 8-16 of Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or corpora.
trailer tion Interested in selling the County the
following described personal property:
8-5873. On New. Pick-up Truck
tfc 8-16 Specifications on file In the Clerk of
Circuit Court's Office, 1000 Fifth
Street, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
living Delivery must be prior to September'
kitchen 30, 1979.
kitchen will be received until 7:00 o'clock,
'all 227- p.m., EST, August 28, 1979, at the office
tfc 8-16 of the Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000 Fifth
Street, Port St. Joe, FL 32456. The Board
reserved the right to reject any and all
t St. Joe bids.
e. Call Board of County Commissioners
e. a Gulf County, Florida
1. W.R. "Billy" Branch
tfc 8-16 Chairman 2tc 8-16
L The Gulf County Planning Commis.
_sion will hold a public hearing to solicit
local input for the Gulf County Compre-
hensive Plan on Thursday September 6,
1979, at 7:00 p.m. (EST) in the County
Courthouse, Commissioners Room. The
Comprehensive Plan is being developed
723 to meet the requirements of S. 163.3161,
Florida Statutes. Copies of the proposed
the way plan are avllaable at the Gulf County
Public Library, the County Clerk's
t afrac- Office and the City Hall in Port St. Joe
Rinse N and Wewahitchka.
am car- 2tc8.16
tfC 3-16 CASE NO. 79-147
IN RE: The Marriage of
*HOST-. Petitioner ,
v. Rent And

tfc 10-23

To: Leroy R. Andrews.
Address Unknown
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses,. if any to it, upon the
Petitioner's attorney, whose name and
address are Mel C. Magldson, Jr., 413
Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456, and file the original with the Clerk
of the abovestyled Court on or before
September 17th, 1979; otherwise judg-
ment may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS my had and seal of this
Court on August 9th, 1979.
George Y. Core,
Clerk of the Court
By: -s- Joni D. Shores
Deputy Clerk

The nations public schools
account for the largest single
expenditure of public funds
outside of the national
defense budget. The follow-
.ing questions from the
National School Boards Assn.,
which represents 95,000
elected school officials
throughout the U.S., can help
tell how much you know
about your schools.
1. What percentage of
youths (5 to 17) are enrolled
in public schools? (a) 65
percent (b) 89 percent (c) 43

2. What is the average
number of years of schooling
completed by today's citizen?
(a) 12.3 years (b) 11.4 years
(c) 8.1 years?
3. Public school policy is
decided by (a) city officials
(b) state governors (c) local
school board members?
4.The percentage of
Americans (over 25) who are
high school graduates is
(a) 65 percent (b) 85 percent
(c) 55 percent?
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227-1145. (24 hr.)

Irons, toasters, ble
fee makers, ha:
ovens, fryers, etc
pliance work also.
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'-ill F :ITAlA. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1979 PAGE SEVEN

- Dr. Robert Livingston Says Alabama and Georgia

Have "Made A Mess" of Their Major Waterways

,i.Alabama and Georgia ought to sweep
around their own front doors before
trying to tell Florida how to manage its
i"vers, says Dr. Robert "Skip" Living-
' stn, an outspoken Florida State
University biologist.
Florida's northern neighbors have
'"made a mess" out of their major
Waterways, and should not be allowed
.to have any role in formulating
Florida's river, management policies,
Livingston said.
,'"They've been so interested in our
rivers, mainly the Apalachicola, that I
think it's time we stopped and had a
look at what they've done with their
Lown rivers," said the professor.
Livingston cited 19 examples of
",severe contamination" by municipal
and industrial wastes and urban runoffs
along the Chattahoochee and Flint
rivers. He said he took all -his
information from a report released last
-'" '' 'T '

year by the Georgia Department of
Natural Resources.
"None of these conclusions are my
own," Livingston said. "This report
from the Georgia DNR spells out
exactly what happens when you start to
dam and industrialize a river."
The Florida State biologist called the
Georgia DNR report "proof positive
that monied interests can get around
anti-pollution laws." He said the report
gives a graphic picture of what
Floridians can expect if up-river
interests have their way in controlling
the future of the/Apalachicola River.
- The report contains a list of water
analyses conducted at numerous points
along both the Chattahoochee and Flint
rivers. The analyses, show various
degrees of such pollutants 'as heavy
metals, fecal bacteria, hot water and
industrial cherficals being dumped into
the rivers. Livingston quoted the

report's descriptions of the sampling
cites, which ranged from "degraded
water quality" to "grossly polluted." '.
Livingston's comments came on the
' heel. of a meeting of the governors of
Alabama, Georgia and Florida in
Atlanta. They discussed U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers proposals to
increase the Apalachicola River's
capacity to handle barge traffic. The
Corps plan is backed primarily by
Alabama and Georgia business inter-
ests along the Flint and Chattahoochee
rivers, which join to form the Apalachi-
Gov. Fob, James of Alabama and
Gov. George Busbee of Georgia agreed
to oppose plans to dam or channelize
the Apalachicola while Florida's Gov.
'Bob Graham agreed to extend the
Corps' dredging permit for another
year. To keep the river deep enough for
barge traffic, maintenance dredging of

the Apalachicola has been going on for Chattahoochee
about 50 years. in. They use th
Livingston expressed dissapointment of commodity
in the meeting, saying that the trade-off newsprint. Fo:
agreement largely missed "the main of many of th(
issue," which is "that the river is being Tri-Rivers De
neglected" in terms of finding long-last- has pushed fo
ing ways to preserve it from irrespon- Apalachicola R
sible use. for barge traff
"If dredging is going to continue,
we've got to find out if it is really
economically and environmentally
justifiable. So far, there's never been a
proper study of it."
Dams severely reduce a river's
natural ability to rid itself of pollutants,
Livingston said. Seventeen locks and
dams are built along the Chattahoo-
chee's 250 mile length.
Dams also control a river's water
level, which is what agricultural and
other business interests along the

Physicals Saturday for

Jr. Football Players

Physicals will be given
Saturday, August 18 at the
Municipal Hospital at 9:00
a.m. for the seventh,, eighth,
and ninth grade boys who are
going to play football.

Ninth grade boys should
report to practice at 4:00 p.m.
on August 20.
Seventh and eighth graders
will practice August 27, the
day school starts.

In 1646 the General Court of Massachusetts enacted a

law making it legal to smoke tobacco only when on a
journey five miles away from any town.

e and Flint are interested
ie rivers to haul a variety
ies from fertilizer to
r years, an organization
ese businesses called the
development Association,
r more control over the
River which gets too low
ic about 17 percent of the

time each year.
Livingston has long said that the
Association's plan, using the Corps of
Engineers' idea to dam or channelize.
the Apalachicola River, would destroy,
Apalachicola Bay, which produces 90
percent of Florida's oysters and is a:
major spawning ground for shrimp and,
blue crabs.

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Stac House Winners

THE STAC HOUSE ended its inside game tournament
contests this past week, with the winners receiving trophies
,l, or their accomplishments. Shownfij-the picture ahove are,
Front row, left to rijht: Jim JohlifStit Mark Costin,;MartyrC:
Williams, Tommy Johnson, Tim Wilder'and Stone Swatts.

Insurance Needed

To Boost Medicare

Many people who have pro-
tection under Medicare hospi-
tal insurance and medical in-
suiance believe they need
private medical insurance to
complement Medicare, David
Robinson, Social Security Re-
presentative for Gulf County,
said recently.
These people want some
kind of insurance to pay. that
part of the cost of their
medical care not covered by
Medicare. Private insurance
companies offer many differ-
ent. policies.
Generally, these policies
make payment for the Medi-
care deductibles and the por-
tion of approved costs which
Medicare does not pay, Robin-
qon said.
Most private Medicare sup-
plements, very much like
. Medicare, do not pay the
entire bill for every service.
Nor do they usually make
payments for the expenses
which Medicare pays.
Of course, Robinson said,
some policies are better than
others. And, some policies
that cost more may not be
better than those which cost
Like, any decision to buy
something important, the best
shopper will probably get the
best policy for his or her own
situation, Robinson said.
In 1979, the Medicare hospi-
tal insurance deductible is
$160 for each benefit period.
The Medicare medical in-



The Gulf County Ladies
Bowling League will have an
organization meeting Tues-
day, August 21 at 8:00 p.m. at
the Florida Power Lounge.
Everyone least attend and
have your team and their
names ready.

'the great
'-i doing
say. you

pleasure in life
what people
cannot do."
SWalter Bagehot

surance annual deductible is
$60, and medical insurance
pays 80 percent of the ap-
proved costs for most covered
Those interested can get
more detailed information
about Medicare at the Pan-
ama City Social Security Of-
fice, located at 30 West
Government St. The telephone
number is 769-4871.



Second row, Laurie Butts, Troy Williams, Cecil Lyons, Chris
Butts, Bo Burke and Tommy Williams. Standing in the rear
are Commissioner Wesley R. Ramsey, Clerk Charles Brock
and director, Mrs. Louise Parker. The youths won trophies in
tournaments of pool and ping pong. Not pictured were: Andy
Wilkerson, Chris Adkison, Mark Kilbourn, Beth Pollock, Jim
Costin, David Bray and Ronald Miller. .- -Star photo,

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St. Joe Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue Phone 229-8222


Svnn : MUT
4ur good health, for instance, can't
Ibe'bpught. You owe it to yourself
tnd your family to safeguard it.
Sour biggest helper in this important
'nture is your family doctor. Don't
'cit urtil aches and pains put you
S n sthe'sick-list. Visit him regularly
ircheck-ups and advice. And if
0u need'a prescription filled; relyI
n!,our pharmacist. His friendly,,
rompt andip kowledgeable service
Ill help keep that 'one precious
session money can't buy .
'ir gbbad health!l
;om n XW P4MMCY
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| river s.;..

irom FHP
Some vehicle operators
edto take stock of their own
rving habits before they talk
:bout' 'those crazy drivers"'
ai the Florida Highway
tral, recently.
lMany drivers who think
1j, ey are perfect are often
M.uity qf small, traffic viola-
sitS which cause other vehi-
to take evasive 'action.
oe- of them are:.
Leaving the reat' of their
vehicle out in the lane of;
4r fic when turning .left
; cross a' narrow median.
'S1tops should be parallel in the I
V Failing-to signal their.inten-.
ion to turn. "
'When stopped at red light,
$ailing to "drive into the4
intersection far enough to
proceed left when the light
changes and oncoming traffic
' D ving too slowly in the left
inside lane of a four-lane
:, Speeding up as light starts
to turn yellow. Yellow traffic
'lights 'mean stop if you can.
Driving 55 mph on ,open
highway but failing .to obey
speed limits when going
i. through a town where there is
Following too closely.,
.Colonel Eldrige Beach said,
IAll drivers need to review
tteir own driving habits to see
if they are also 'one of' those
crazy drivers'."

,: Tr* reveal art and conceal
; ,: the artist is art's. aim."
Oscar Wilde

THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1979

Fla. Power Offering

Energy Saving Device

With the water heater the
third largest consumer of
electricity in the average
household (behind air condi-
tioning and heating), Florida
Power Corporation is offering
its customers a hot water
saving device which could
save a family of four up to $20
annually on their power bills.
The offer is being made
currently with August bills
and is. being made without
Called a water restrictor,
. the device is a dime-sized,'
dome-shaped stainless steel
disc with a hole in the middle.
It fits easily between. the
shower head and the water
pipe. The size of the hole in the
disc cuts down on the amount
of. water which goes through
.the shower head but by
squeezing the water through
the smaller hole, the overall
pressure remains just about
the same:
It can cut the amount of
shower water used by up to 60
percent and, in reducing the
amount of water used, effects
a doubled conservation both of
electricity and of water.
Customers can obtain a free
flow, ,estrictor by returning
the address card that accom-
panies their bills. The compa-
ny has approximately 600,000
residential customers,.


The offer, which expires, on
September 30, is being made
as a part of the company's
continuing energy conserva-

tion program which includes
booklets, brochures, demon-
strations, films, filmstrips and

Lt. Thomas J. Roberts

Ends Officer

National Guard 2nd Lt.
Thomas J. Roberts of Wewa-
hitchka recently completed an
infantry officer basic course
at the U.S. Army Infantry
School, Ft. Benning, Ga.
Students received instruc-
tion in leadership, personnel,
intelligence, map and airphoto
reading, operations, logistics,
tactical communications and
equipment, and weapons. This
training is designed to prepare
students for the duties and
responsibilities of a company
grade officer.
Roberts was commissioned
through an officer candidate
He is attending Gulf Coast
Community College in Pana-
ma City.
His mother, Mrs. Alice L.
Roberts lives in Panama 'City.
The officer and his wife, Ida,
live in Wewahitchka.

The first .
Pentecostal Holiness Church
Invites You,to Worship with Them'
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..:................... 9:45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP ..................11:00AM
EVENING WORSHIP .................. 7:00 PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT.................. 7:00 PM

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Baptist Church
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

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

Rev. J. C. ODUM,

Jerome Canter,
Minister of Music


Collecting Social Security and Working

Part-time? Watch Gross Earnings

This is the time of year when
the earnings of many working
people who receive social
.security benefits are ap-
proaching the point where
their benefits may be affected,
David Robinson. Social Secur-
ity Representative for Gulf
County. said recently.
Once a person's earnings
-exceed the annual limit, $1 in
benefits is generally withheld
for each $2 of earnings. The
1979 annual limits are $3,480
for people under 65 and $4,500

for people 65 or over.
Many people getting bene-
fits plan to earn no more than
the limit but for one reason or
another, their earnings exceed
it and they have to repay
benefits that were incorrectly
That is the reason, Robinson
said, people should take a
little time to review their
earnings for the first part of
1979 and make sure of where
they stand.
One thing people should

keep in mind is that gross
earnings, not just take home
pay, count towards the annual
limit. Remembering this point
will keep many people from
going over the limit, Robinson
Another important point is
that it is when wages are
earned, not paid, that decides
whether they should be count-
ed. For example, wages earn-
ed late in 1979. but not paid
until 1980, count toward the
1979 annual limit. By the same

token, wages earned late in
1978 but not paid until 1979, do
not count toward the 1979
More information about how
earnings affect social security
benefits can be found in the
leaflet, "If you work after you
retire." Copies can be obtain-
ed at the Panama City social
security office, located at 30
W. Government Street. The
telephone number is 769-4871.

GtH Home Center

Summer Sale






Joseph G.

Vazquez, M.D.

wishes to announce

that he is no longer

associated in any

capacity with the

Municipal Hospital of

Port St. Joe, effective


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Board of Public Instruction

The Gulf County School Lane, Chris Early, Charles
Board met in regular session Osborne, Jerry Rich, Wayne
Son July 10, 1979 with the Stevens and Joseph Walker.
following members present: Wewahitchka High Summer
Fred Greer, Chairman; Paul School : Carolyn Lister, Ben-
Sewell, J.K. Whitifield, and nye Glaze, Danny Gatlin,
Waylon Graham. George Cox, Jerry Kelley, Sue
Board member Raffield was Mathes, La Rue Huddleston,
B o a bs e ndent a Phyllis Gortman.
The Su perintendent and Di- Wewahitchka High School -
-& rector of Administrative Af- appoint Danny Gatin as band
fairs were present., director, .
S The meeting was opened- Resignations accept resig-
,-a with the invocation by Sewell, nation of Linda Whitfield and
and followed by the Pledge of Rebecca Birmingham.
; Allegiance. Transfer Vivian Patten
Sondra Dickens met with from Highland View Elemen-
the board to discuss a bus tary to Port St. Joe Elementa-
driving position in the Wewa- ry School.
'"' hitchka area. Transfers letters of request
SLarry Mathes requested the for transfer were received as
Suse of a school bus to transport follows: Jim Belin from Port
students to Tampa during St. Joe Elementary to Port St.
: August under the direction of Joe High School, and Gerald
the Wewahitchka Community Lewter from Port St. Joe High
Services Program. The board to Port St. Joe Elementary
directed that this request be School. The requests were
made on the school board approved unanimously.
form. On motion by Sewell, second
On motion by Sewell and by Whitfield, the board unani-
second by Graham, all voted mously approved the 1979-80
yes to approve the minutes of contract with PAEC including
June 5, 1979. planning services for the
The Superintendent present- board and purchased services
ed a placque of appreciation to available to the board.
Idell Ray on behalf of. the On motion by Graham,
board for her many years of second by Whitfield, all voted
devoted service to the Gulf yes to purchase the present
County Schools. IBM Copier II machine in the.
The Superintendent present- county office. This results in a
ed a work calendar for twelve savings to the board by
S .month employees. On motion purchasing the machine out-
-, by Sewell, second by Whit- right.
field, the board unanimously The board reviewed a report
approved this work calendar- on expenses involved in extra-
On recommendation of the curricular bus trips for the
iy Superintendent, motion by 1978-79 school year.
i Whitfield, second by Graham, The board received bids on
all voted yes to approve the gasoline, petroleum products
following extra curricular ac- and heating fuel for the 1979-80
tivities for Port St. Joe High school year. On motion by
School: Graham, second by Whitfield,
Wayne Taylor, athletic di- the board unanimously ap-
rector and head football proved the bid of Chevron all
coach; Kesley Colbert, Assist- gasoline, grease and motor oil
ant varsity football coach and for the 1979-80 school year.
head varsity baseball coach; The Superintendent present-
Richard Williams, assistant ed a letter of request that
varsity football coach; Chris Nathan Peters III be transfer-
Earley, assistant varsity foot- red to the Highland View
ball coach and head varsity Elementary School. On mo-
wrestling -coach; Jerry Lew- tion by Graham, second by
ter, junior high football coach; Whitfield, all voted yes that
Wayne Stevens, junior varsity this request be approved. .
football coach and weightlift- On motion by Sewell, second
ing; William Wood, junior by Graham, the board unani-
high football coach and head mously approved an invoice in
S track coach; Rex Wimberly, the amount of $1,500.00 for
'Junior varsity footballFodth; ,services from the Florida
and Carmena Fennell, girls' School Labor Relations Ser-
varsity softball coach, girls' vice.
varsity basketball coach and The Superintendent present-
assistant band helper. ed a request from PAEC that
Also, William Lane, assist- the board furnish gasoline
ant baseball coach; Wayne and-or bus service for vehicles
Taylor, golf (pending student in the Gulf County Area as
enrollment); Martha San- needed, and bill PAEC for
born, cheerleader sponsor; such services. On motion by
Beverly Rich, cheerleader Whitfield, second by Graham, .
sponsor; Ray Smith, band all voted yes.
director; Ann Aldridge, St. The board directed the
Joe Singers sponsor; Mike Superintendent to advertise
Herring, 11th grade activity for bids on the Fire Alarm
sponsor; Minnie Likely, 11th Systems for Port St. Joe
grade activity sponsor; Clar- Elementary School, Highland
ence Monette, 11th grade View Elementary School and
activity sponsor; Judy Wil- the Linton Site, on motion by
liams, 11th grade activity Graham and second by Whit-
sponsor; Ann Aldridge, 12th field, and all voting yes.
grade activity sponsor; Sarah Advertise for bids on the
Arrant, 12th grade activity Auto Mechanics Facility at
sponsor; Kesley Colbert, 12 Wewa High School on motion
grade activity sponsor; and by Whitfield and second by
Alice Machen, 12th grade Graham.
activity sponsor. The Superintendent distri-
On recommendation of the buted monthly reports from
Superintendent, that Jim Be- the Wewahitchka and Port St.
lin be appointed as head Joe Community Services Pro-
varsity basketball coach, the grams.
; recommendation was ap- On motion by Whitfield,
proved with Graham and second by Graham, all voted
S Whitfield voting yea and Se- yes to approve a Grant
S well voting nay. Application for a School Vo-
'. On recommendation of the lunteer Program. Copies are
S Superintendent, motion by on file in the Superintendent's
S Whitfield, second by Graham office.
*... the board unanimously ap- On motion by Sewell,.second
proved the following person- byGraham, the Board unani-
nel matters: mously approved the follow-
County wide appoint Gay ing: application for Grant in
S Best as speech therapist. Nutrition Education and Per-
S Bus drivers James McGee formance Contract regarding
'; 'for the 1979-80 school year, exceptional students as con-
; Betty Curlee, Mae Ella Gant, ducted by the Gulf County
Phyllis Gortman as summer Guidance Clinic.
program drivers. The board discussed proper-
Port St. Joe High School ty adjacent to the Wewahitch-
Deborah Crosby SLD Teach- ka Elementary School with
er. regard to the renovation of
S Port St. Joe Elementary this school site.
School Cindy Smith, teacher -,
for the 1979-80 school year. 2'-3? *
Port St. Joe High School '" -
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Whitfield, second by Graham,
all voted yes to approve the -
followingsummerschoolposi- pepper accounts for over I
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Where Is the

Spanish Moss?

An out-of-state visitor re-
cently wrote to the Florida
Division of Forestry to ask,
"what has happened to the
Spanish moss?" She had no-
ticed that it was much less
abundant this year than on
previous trips to the Sunshine
It's true that Spanish moss,
which is a rootless air plant
and not a parasite as many
people believe, has been suf-
fering a blight in areas
throughout the Southeast. It is
also not a moss but a member
of the pineapple family, but
under any name it seems to be
integral to the deep-south look.
prized by natives and visitors
both. In Florida the blight
began ten years ago in a
narrow band running from
Bradenton northeastward to
Jacksonville, with Gainesville
one of the hardest-hit areas.
The affected moss blackens
and dies on the tree, and
residents have proposed a
number of causes, especially
air pollution. Sulfur emissions
from cars and factories, as
well as a number of other
possibilities, were given close
scrutiny during attempts to
halt the blight.
But- researchers at the Uni-
versity of Florida Institute of

Food and Agricultural Scien-
ces, while agreeing that envi-
ronmental factors could cer-
tainly contribute to the dam-
age, also managed to isolate a
fungus that appears to be the
primary cause. There is no
known treatment for the fun-
gus, called Fusarium solani,
but their research report does
end on a hopeful note.
The blight apparently
reaches epidemic proportions
in a given area and then
gradually disappears after
about four years. In Gaines-
ville, the dieback reached its
peak in the early '70s and
today the Spanish moss is
almost back to normal. Even
during the height of the
infestation, healthy shoots
could be seen growing from
diseased stems.
So the problem may be only
temporary even though the
disease continues to spread to
new areas in. Florida. "We
believe 'that healthy Spanish
moss will continue to grow in
many blighted areas," con-
cludes the report, "but its
relatively slow growth sug-
gests that several years must
elapse before Spanish moss
again provides the weird
decoration of many trees in
the Southeastern United

- Public Notices -

The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
requests bids for Hospitalization and
Life Insurance for City Employees.
Specifications may be obtained from the'
City Clerk's office, P. o. Box A. Port St.
Joe, Florida. Bid opening to be held
September 18, 1979.
3t 8-2

You will please take notice that the
Board of City Commissioners of Port St.
Joe, upon petition of the abutting owners
of that certain alleyway located in Port
St. Joe described as fQilwS.
That certain alleyway twenty feet
(20Y') in width in Block Ten (10) of the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
will consider and determine on the 21st
day of August, A.D. 1979, at a regular
meeting of said Commission, whether or
. not the City will vacate, abandon,
discontinue and close the above de-
scribed alleyway and convey the same to
the abutting land owners. All interested
persons may appear and be heard at the
time and place above specified.
Dated this 23rd day of July, A.D. 1979.
By -s- C.W. Brock,
City Clerk
City Clerk 2tc 8.-9

NOTICE iS hereby given that on the
7th day Of July, 1979, pursuant to e Writ
of Execution issued in the County Court
of Leon County. Florida, Case No. 79-
354.SP, in the cause of STATE WIDE
SYLVIA T. WILLIAMS, Defendants. I,
KEN MURPHY, Sheriff of Gulf County,
Florida, have levied upon the property of
the defendant, to-wit:
Section 24, Township 4. Range 10,
Three parcels, all In above section,
township and range and described
as follows:
1. Begin 20 ft.. North of South Boun-
dary of the East Side of Highway 71,
Run North 25 ft., East 100ft., South
25 ft., and West 100 ft. to point of be-
2. Begin 20 ft., North of the South
line on East Side of Hghway, run
East 100 ft. for point of Beginning
and then run North 25 ft., East 50
ft., South 25 ft., then West SO ft. to
point of Beginning.
3. One-tenth of acre, Lot 25 ft. by 100
All in Gulf County, Florida.
On the 31s) day of August, 1979, at Two
O'Clock (2:00) EST in the afternoon, on
the steps of the Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe, Florida, I will offer for sale
said property for cash to the highest
bidder, subject to all prior liens, if any,
to satisfy said Writ of Execution.
Gulf County, Florida 4t 8-2

The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
requests bids for two (2) gas chlorina-
tors. Specifications may be obtained
from the City Clerk's office, P. O. Box A,
Port St. Joe, Florida. Bid opening to be
held August 21, 1979.
BID NO. 255
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
requests bids for insurance Coverage on
facilities and equipment. Specifications
may be obtained from the City Clerk's
office, P. O. Box A, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Bid opening to be held September 18,
3t 6-2
Notice is hereby given that the below
listed Ordinance No. 106 was introduced
and read for the first time by title only at
the regular City Commission meeting
August 7, 1979, and will be presented for
passage and adoption at the next regular
City Commission meeting August 21,
An ordinance relating to rates,
charges and rules for water and
sewer connections and service of the
city Of Port St. Joe; providing the
terms of payment and penalties for
the violation thereof; relating to cash
deposits required for water and
sewer services to the city system;
providing for penalties for reconnect-
ing without permission; repealing all
ordinances or parts of ordinances in
conflict herewith and providing for
an effective date.
-s- C.W. Brock
City Auditor and Clerk

IN RE: The Marriage of
TO: William Dillon Brown
643-A Oulda Drive
Box 140
Natchitoches, LA 71457
c-o Mary K. Brown
Ashford, Alabama 36312
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has:
been filed against you and you ar,e
required to serve a copy of your Answer:
or other response to the Petition on Peti-
tioner's Attorney:
P,O. Box 24
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456

and file the original thereof In the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County Court.:
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before:
the 23rd day of August, 1979. If you fall to:
do so, a Final Judgment for the relief:
sought may be granted by Default.
DATED this the 25th day of July, 1979.:
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: 4. Joni S. Shores, Deputy Clerk :

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The Panhandle Alcoholism
Council's women's program is
now in its tenth month.
Known as AWARE (A Wo-
man's Alcohol Recovery Ef-
fort), the project was specifi-
cally designed to provide in-
novative services to women
alcoholics. Recognizing that
alcohol-troubled women have
special problems and needs,
AWARE offers both in-patient
and out-patient therapy.
Located in a two-story brick
home about three miles out-
side of the Panama City
limits, the AWARE house has
facilities for up to eight clients
in its 28-day residential treat-
ment program. Group and in-
dividual counseling, antabuse
therapy, and attendance at
Women for Sobriety and AA
area treatment tools used to
help the women clients return
to their families or move
toward independent living in
the community.


In Area
Individual, marriage, and
family counseling on an out-
patient basis is also offered to
any woman who is concerned
about her drinking, as well as
to her family.
The AWARE staff, mostly
women, is comprised of pro-
fessionals, some of who are
themselves recovering alco-
holics. The staff includes four
counselors, two house super-
visors, and several interns
from local colleges, all dedi-
cated to providing supervised,
supportive, educational, and
therapeutic services to the
AWARE is designed to serve
women with alcohol problems
in the counties of Gulf, Bay,
Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson
and Washington. For further
information or assistance,
contact the local office of the
Panhandle Alcoholism Coun-
cil at 321 Reid Avenue, Port St.
Joe, 227-1515.

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