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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 30, 1979
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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'. Lieutenant Governor Wayne Mixson and executives from
" i, h(e state Department of Commerce will be in Washington,
';,C. the first of next week, looking for funding for the first
chase of Port St. Joe's proposed seafood and poultry port
i facility. The project would provide local facilities for
_.Zn dling, processing and overseas shipment of Gulf seafood
. 'r oduction and poultry products from the southeastern part
of'the United States from a proposed $27 million facility
which will be located between Highway 98 and Chicken House
Sianch on the Gulf County Canal.
Jim Cullison and Dr. Bob Smith, representing the
F': department of Commerce, .were here in Port St. Joe last
-day afternoon, to show the Port Authority members the
i.' inD drawing of the complex, which will be'only a part of the
-.ro-posed port development' here. Cullison remarked that
muing funds looked very favorable and it was a good
'.o ssibility that actual construction work could begin as early
..s January of next year. 0
,, The Department of Commerce has been working closely
ith the Port Authority in design of the port. and securing
S'funding. The Department will participate only in the
instruction up to the ground level. In other words, they will
participate in dredging, construction of docks and putting
piling into place. The actual product handling will all be
private investment by various firms wishing to utilize the
,shipping facilities.
.The plans, presented by Cullison, call for widening the
df County Canal from the Highland View Bridge to Chicken
use Branch by 75 feet on the south bank of the canal. Sheet
steel piling will be installed and the Canal dredged to 14 feet
in depth along this area. Chicken House Branch will be
dredged all the way to Industrial Road to a depth of 14 feet
hd a width of 150 feet.
The west bank of the dredge.tereek will be utilized by the
commercial interests in the project and the east bank of the
creek will be set aside for pleasure craft operation.
The project will also include boatdaunching and repair
facilities. i
-.Cullison said the initial phase of the project, the
dredging, placing of piling and dock construction will cost in
.the neighborhood of $6,817,735, which will be accomplished by
a combination of federal and state financing.
Cullison told the Port Authority, "We have already
S ascertaired this project is a very sound economic situation".
H tImated-'tle comple- "oukrdrodu e iSorep22,0o00o a


Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1979


ashington for Port Funds



construction Should Begin by January 1980


year in revenues initially and would increase as more
facilities moved into the area.
Port Authority chairman, George Tapper said several
food processors were already interested in putting in food
handling plants at the site as soon as it is completed.
Cullison went on to state that if only half of the present
seafood production activities in this area utilize the port
area, it will be fully supported financially. He went on to say,
"I understand more than this volume has already been
committed."


The project was initiated when the Department of
Commerce and, the Coastal 'Plains organization both
expressed a need in this area for a major seafood handling
point to take advantage of the considerable amount of edible
sea products which are now shovelled overboard by the
producing boats. These products have a ready foreign
market,
Coastal Plains, the Department of Commerce and other
agencies such as the Bureau of Fisheries have worked very
close with the Port Authority on the project, which has been



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nearly two years in the planning.
Similar installations, on a smaller scale are also being
planned' for Carrabelle and Panacea, to encourage the
production of all types of seafood. The local port facilities are
being planned to take production from the other facilities and
prepare the production for shipment overseas and the
eventual shipment from Port St. Joe.
Presenting the final plans to the Port Authority last
Friday afternoon were Cullison, Dr. Smith and Rene C.
Stewart-Sidney, all of the Department of Commerce.


In the photo at right,
from left, Dr. Joe Hendrix,
Port Authority member,
Rene C. Stewart-Sidney,
State Department of Com-
merce, Bill Whaley, Ed
Ramsey, both Port Author-
ity members, Jim Cullison,
Department of Commerce
and George Tapper, Port
Authority chairman, look
over engineering drawings
of the seafood processing
facilities of the proposed
port activity.
The group met last Fri-
day to present the plans to
the local Port Authority
members, before going to
Washington, D.C. with the
plans to obtain financing.

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HarborDredging Permit Still Dragging On
.Itwa,8 dgresinth


The County Commission is
,apparently no nearer than,
they have' been in securing a
dredge permit for tle harbor
entrance here in Port St. Joe.
Tuesday night, a letter was
received from Lieutenant
Governor Wayne Mixson,
which stated, "I will continue.
to work with the Department
of Environmental Regulation
andthe Corps of Engineers to
being about a solution to the
problem as early as possible."
The "problem" is that the
DER and the Corps. cannot
come to an agreement as to


where to put the spoil from the
dredging. The Corps wants to
place it on the.inside beach at
the tip of the peninsula as the
most economical and the least
chance of the material making
its way back into the channel.
'The DER wants it to be placed
on the outside beach, a
location the Corps says is the
most expensive and in just a
short time the material will
wash right back into the
channel and have to be
dredged again.
Dave Maddox, local harbor
pilot was present at the


meeting and told the Commis-
sion it was his information the
Corps and the DER was to be
back on the site again today to
make underwater examina-
tions of the two proposed spoil
sites. The DER claims the
inside location is supporting
"clams and other marine life"
and shouldn't be disturbed.,
The County Commission had
written several, letters to
different officials after the
last on-site investigation of the
area by the Corps and DER.
Chairman Billy Branch asked
Maddox, "Do you know of


anything else we can do?"
Maddox replied, "The only
thing I know is just to keep
prodding and pushing until we
get something done."
Branch told Maddox that if
the Board didn't receive some
information within a few days
After today's investigation,
"We'll resume our prodding
and pushing."
RECREATION PROGRAM
Walter Wilder, Superinten-
dent of Schools, the guide
agency for the county recrea-
tion program, questioned a


proposed fund cut by the
county for the program, The
County had proposed cutting
their contribution to $4,500 and
dropping the program in We-
wahitchka.
Wilder asked in his letter if
this was their intention and
the Board again reiterated
that was what they wanted to
do.
So, unless there are some
budget. changes made in the.
next couple of. weeks, Wewa-
hitchka will be without a
recreation program and direc-
tor after October 1.


contributed $9,000 to the pro-
gram, but reduced their con-
tribution this year because
the City of Wewahitchka failed
to fund their portion of the
program.

SAVE E ERGY
.A letter from the big White
House on the Potomac, signed
by President Carter, urged the
Commission to take the lead in
encouraging the people of the
county to become energy
efficient and conserve during
the days ahead.
The County Commission


The County had previously started out setting the exam-


pie to follow, by having only
half the lights on in their
meeting room when the meet-
ing started Tuesday night.
A notice from their gasoline
supplier stating gasoline had
gone up another one and a
half cents also encouraged the
Commission to take conserva-
tion measures.
IT'S COLD AND HOT
Commissioner Leo Kennedy
brought to the attention of the
Board that the air condition-
ing system which is supposed
to feed the Sheriff's suite at
the rear of the courthouse is
not doing its job.


"It was 88 degrees in the
Sheriff's office the other day
and that's not unusual in that
part of the building", Kennedy
said. He charged that the ,
system had never worked
properly since the building
was built and urged the
Commission to consider in-
stallation of a separate uni ,',
for this portion of the court-,
house complex.
"We already have all the
duct work in the building, so
the installation cost would be
very nominal", Kennedy said.
Sheriff Murphy then added
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Jury Finds Connally Guilty




of Assault with Firearm


Teachers, School Board, Sign Pact


Gulf County Classroom Teachers and the Gulf County
School Board put' their names on an amendment to a
three-year pact between the teachers and the School Board
f l last Wednesday afternoon, making three significant changes
t I'the working agreement.
In the photo above, seated, left to right, Vic Adkison,
and Denise Williams sign for the teachers, while School
Board Chairman Fred Greer signs for the School Board.
Looking on are, Bert Wagnon, area teacher representative,
Temple Watson, school administrator and Superintendent


Walter Wilder.
The contract change calls for a 6.7 increase in payroll for
the School Board. All teachers do not get a 6.7 increase.since
some get more because of degrees earned, going on
continuing contract, experience, etc. Another change would
introduce a program of implementing a retirement
supplement at the next school year. The third change would
establish a sick leave pool for teachers to place their unused
sick leave into a pool to be used by teachers who have a
catastrophic illness which might not be completely covered
t by their earned leave. -Star photo
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Michael David Connolly was
found guilty of aggravated
assault with a firearm last
Thursday afternoon by a jury
in Gulf County Circuit Court.
Connolly had been charged
with shooting into an occupied
dwelling at Lakeside Lodge
north of Wewahitchka.
According to the evidence
presented, Connolly was stay-
ing in one of the cottages at the
lodge when he got to drinking
one night. He went to the door
of the office late at night and
banged on the door, waking
the owner, John Feltrop.
Connolly accused Feltrop of
leaving the phone off the hook
so Connolly couldn't make a
call.
After arguing about the
matter for a period of time,
Connolly was told by Feltrop
he wasn't letting him in the
office and Connolly went back
to his cabin.
After a short time he was
back at the office banging on
the door, with a 12 gauge
shotgun in his hand. Again
Feltrop refused to let him in
and Connolly said he was
going to blast his way in.
Connolly then allegedly
went around the side of the
office and shot into a bedroom
where Feltrop's son, Mark
was sleeping. The blast nar-


rowly missed young Feltrop,
and resulted in the charges.
Connolly was charged with
aggravated assault with a


firearm and shooting into an
occupied dwelling.
The charge on which Con-
nolly was ruled guilty by the


jury carries a mandatory
three year prison sentence.
Connolly is presently under
pre-sentence investigation.


Season Tickets On Sale;


Jamboree Friday Night


Reserve tickets for the Port St. Joe
Sharks football season home games are
currently on sale in the office of the high
school. The ticket package, for all home
-games will sell for $15.00. Individual tickets
for each game during the season will sell for
$2.50. The reserve tickets assures the holders
of a seat in the vicinity of the 50-yard line for
each game.
Athletic director, Wayne Taylor said
those who have held special seats in the past
and who wish to continue to do so, should get
their orders in soon. "The seats will be held
for a period of time, but will be put on the
market if they are not called for in a
reasonable period of time."
This year, holders of reserve tickets will
also be eligible for reserve parking spaces.
Taylor said, "We're setting aside a portion of
the parking lot for reserve ticket holders to
further aid in eliminating the hustle foi' a
parking space for late-comers who have
purchased their tickets in order to allow them
to escape the early arrival to get in the ticket
line.
Ushers will be on duty at all home games


to aid reserve parking and ticket holders and
see that they get their special spots.
JAMBOREE
The Sharks will open the 1979 season
tomorrow night in the fall jamboree. Tihe
season warm-up will be held this year inh
Blountstown, with game time at 8:30 p.m.,:
Port St. Joe time.
Four teams will be participating in the
regulation four quarter contest. In the
opening period, the Sharks will go against
Apalachicola. In the second quarter, the
Bristol "Bulldogs" will be the Sharks' foe.
In the last half, it will be Blountstown.
against Apalachicola for the third act and the
Tigers with Bristol in the finale.
Bleacher assignments have been made in
Blountstown for the fans of the four teams
participating. Port St. Joe fans will sit on the
press box side of the field, occupying the west
half of the bleachers.
Admission for the jamboree game will be
$2.50 for adults and $1.50 for students.
Coach Wayne Taylor said he thinks the
Sharks are better prepared to play for this
jamboree more so than they have been for
any pre-season warm-up in the past.


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County commissioners are wor-
rying about the money it is going to
cost to pay for new state-ordered
audits of county finances by inde-
pendent auditing firms. But the sum
involved estimated at $100,000 for
Leon County and $5 million state-
wide is piddling compared to the
real cost. (Gulf County estimates
that such auditing procedures will
cost the county around $100,000.)
The real cost is the loss of
hard-nosed management audits per-
formed by the state auditor general.
Independent auditors will tell com-
missioners whether the books bal-
ance, but won't look closely to see if
countyy officials are doing the best
job of spending tax money, or if they
S lare complying with state law.
The state auditors did that, and
: :;-did it well. The changes forced by
such audits have saved taxpayers
untold millions. But such audits take
Sa lot of time and the auditor's office
was understaffed. So the audits were
o: often late. The Legislature reacted
S to that problem by telling the
,counties to hire their own auditors.
That was no solution; it will
result in less useful audits at higher
_cost to the taxpayers. The state
_auditor general asked the Legisla-
t ture for 60 more auditors last
Session. They would have cost $1
million, just one-fifth of the estimat-
;^ed cost for counties to hire outside
auditors.
i No one really knows the exact
;E cost of the outside auditors, of
. course, and there are even squab-


'AGE TWO


THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, August 30, 1979


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Mike Royko, a syndicated col-
.- umnist for the Chicago Sun-Times
wrote last week, "I happen to agree
. .with Jesse Jackson that Andrew
. Young would not have been dumped
if he were not black and outspoken".
Royko went on to say, "Had a
white and non-controversial U.N.
ambassador done the same thing, I
doubt if Carter would have asked
him to resign, because the sole issue
would have been whether our- man
could talk to the PLO's man. And
.-.viewed by itself, the no-talk issue is
too silly to even think about."
Maybe Royko was correct: it
-may be a silly position to take, not to
talk to the PLO as if they didn't
exist. He gave several valid reasons
"to back up his contention that we
-should be talking to the PLO and
why Israel has no business insisting
that we not talk.
We think Royko was wrong in
h:s statement that Young was
-dismissed because he was black and
outspoken. Young had been "out-
"poken" to the point of outraging the
nation on numerous times before. At
the point of the happening recently


which forced his resignation, he was
more or less on probation from
former outbursts which were better
left unsaid.
There is no doubt that both
Jackson and Young are a credit to
the American system and to their
race, but regardless of how silly the
rules, if Young wished to continue to
play with the team, he should go by
the rules. If Young felt he couldn't go
along with the rules, and it is evident
he felt thusly, he should resign and
follow his ideas on his own, which is'
exactly what he did.
Mr. Royko is a smart man and
he writes an interesting column. He
puts his thoughts lucidly, but we feel
President Carter went as far as he
could go with Young. He was given
every chance. People, white people,
have been sacked from government
for much, much less.
One of the main. reasons for
kicking one out of a government
position is because of a lack of
-agreement of principals. This was
Young's offense, not his lack of
ability.


::: AN ADVERTISEMENT in the Tallahassee
: Democrat one day last week caught my eye.
The ad was soliciting diners to a $25.00 a
plate dinner for the Minority Businessmen and
'Contractors Association of Florida, Inc., at
which his honor, Maynard Jackson, the Mayor of
-Atlanta was going to be the featured speaker.
: : One of the aims of the dinner and rally was
stated in the ad as, "Your chance to aid in crime
S.prevention, minority economic development and
-:, helping today's needy youth not to become
:-- tomorrow's disadvantaged adults."
" -. I could empathize with the part which said,


THE STAR
S"^ A i Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Por
By The Star Publishing Company
Second-Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, Flor
: Wesley R. Ramsey ................ Edito
William H. Ramsey .................... .. P
J k w'i Sprt" Frenchie L. Ramsey ....................
Shirley K. Ramsey ...... ................


bles about who should be audited.
Should one county-commission-
hired auditor handle all county
officers or should special auditors be
employed by each constitutional
officer such as the sheriff?
As county officials were quick to
point out, the cost of the audits will
be a burden in a year when the
Legislature has decreed that county
tax collections must not be increase
ed more than 5 per cent.
There will be the temptation for
county officials to request as super-
ficial an audit as the law allows (and
no one seems to know what it
allows). The independent auditors,
of course, would have no incentive to
do more than they were paid to do -
particularly when the extra work

might irritate their employers.
Requiring cities and counties to
file financial statements with the
state is worthwhile legislation, but
the auditing provision of the new
system is a mess. It should never be
put into effect.
The Legislature will hold a
special session on October. At that
time, the independent audit provi-
sion should be repealed and the state
auditor's office should be given the
men and women it needs to conduct
timely audits.
Such action would show that
legislators are really interested in
economy in government, and not
just in shifting more of the cost of
government from the state to the
local level.
-Tallahassee Democrat


I -- Highway 98 and Third Street. It becomes a nuisance for a
Instant un period of time while the water is being carried off by the
drains. This situation isn't a bane to everybody, however.
When it comes a big rain here in Port St. Joe, such as This young boy found the condition just right for having a
it did one day last week, storm drains don't carry the little fun with his bicycle. A quick spurt of speed and a
water off fast enough if conditions are just right. One of sideways slide in the edge of the water means instant fun.
the spots which has this trouble is at the corner of -Star photo


KillerK...


WM *a aa By BILL1
EPHESIANS 4:32, 5:1-2
(NAS)
Key Word: Christ Likeness
(4:32) "And be kind to one
another, tender-hearted, for-
giving each other, just as God
in Christ has forgiven you."
(5:1) "therefore be imitators
of God, as beloved children;"
(5:2) "and walk in love, just
as Christ also loved you, and
gave Himself up for us, an
offering and a sacrifice to God
as a fragrant aroma."
God through Jesus Christ
has accomplished everything
we need in this life and in the
life to come.
Ephesians 5:1 tells us that
we as children of God are to
imitate Him. This is the same
thing as our children imitat-
ing us. They love and adore us
and imitate us. We love and
adore our Father God and so
imitate Him.
To be sure we know that He
is like He has given us speci-


fic instructions. In Ephesians
4:32 He says to be kind, ten-
der-hearted, forgiving as He
did for us in Christ Jesus.
Again in Ephesians 5:2 we are
to walk in love (love radiating
from us wherever we are and
in whatever situation we find
ourselves in at the time),
JUST AS CHRIST loved us.
Jesus even offered Himself for
us as a sacrifice to God. This
Love act of Jesus was as a
sweet smelling fragrance
(something that pleased God
greatly). We have the pattern


FAREWELL
I. C. Lupton, may his tribe
increase
Awoke one night in a flock of
geese.
The leader honked, "Im St.
George bound."
And I. C. promptly fell to the
ground.
He skinned his shin and broke

and we do not have the right of
not imitating God. Nothing is
more pleasing for a Christian
than to follow the example set
by Jesus. He also provided the
Holy Spirit to give us strength
and power to do what He has
commanded.


right up there about number four of the cities of
the United States with the highest crime rate.
After Houston, Texas, Atlanta has the highest
murder rate of any large city in the south. It is
also one of the leaders in economic deprivation of
minorities.
It looks like to me, if Mayor Jackson has the
solution to these problems, he has a full time job
at home.
Florida's large cities leave a lot to be desired
so far as providing the good life for all its citizens
is concerned, but at least not one Florida city
was in the top 20 in high crime rates.
On the other hand, Atlanta is one of those
cities where it is dangerous to get out on the
streets at night. It's crippling the night life of the
jewel of the south.

READING THE STAR last week gave many
people the impression that Port St. Joe was going
to take off tomorrow and become one of the
larger cities of the Panhandle. Some of the
stories of things which were going to happen here
could easily give that impression.
I don't think you need to hold your breath
until it happens. Sure, we're going to get some
more economic impact here in Port St. Joe
during the next few years: with our location, our
being a part of the state of Florida and our
natural resources we can't help but increase in
size and economy.
One story in particular, concerning the
shopping center was mere speculation. I called


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barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


a toe
And founded the town of Port
St. Joe.
I came along and helped him
up
And we shared a drink from
the fateful cup.
"And now I. C., I hate to tell
It's got to be a fond farewell
For I was born in Carrabelle
And there I'll die as sure as
Goodbye to you and friends
galore
And I just can't say anymore.
KILLER K.

'To be great is to be mis-
understood." Emerson


"helping today's needy youth not to become
tomorrow's disadvantaged adults". I can even
empathize with the aim to help minorities to
become more self dependent. We'll all buy those
aims. We can even hope for more crime
prevention and more crime solution.
The only thing which I couldn't really grab a
handle on was how Mayor Jackson was going to
help in the matter. What ideas could he have
which would help?
All of this dubiousness on our part was a
natural reaction to a table published in the same
issue of the same paper which listed Atlanta


t St. Joe, Florida
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Office Manager
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EDITORIALS:




Young Didn't Lack


Ability


SALTY
SALLY


the telephone number given with the press
release for more information and found this out.
Too, nearly every other weekly newspaper here
in the Panhandle received the same story I found
out. No doubt we're being examined by investors
as to the feasibility for a shopping center here,
but so are many other smaller cities which
dilutes our chances somewhat. ,
We've all known for some time now the grain ,*
elevator was being planned and the story last
week more or less made it official. Still, this
industry must master some hurdles before
ground is broken, but, hopefully, everything will
work out as planned and we will see some work
going on in a short while.

MY OIL DRILLING cousin is here visiting,
after being in charge of an off-shore operation in
Singapore for the past two years. He has been in
the business for a long time and knows the oil
drilling trade.
Talking with him the other night, he told me,
"We have plenty of oil right here on land in the
United States, but we can't get it because of
government controls and environmentalists."
I hate to hear that: not because I want us to
have to depend on the Mid-East for our oil supply
but because I hate to think our government and
the environmentalists would do this to us.
I hate to think government mis-handling
would place us in the position to where we would
have to sell Iran some 40 million barrels, of
refined kerosene and heating oil when we need it
so desperately here at home, merely because we
were afraid if we didn't the Iranians might cut
off our crude oil supply.
My cousin has drilled for oil all over the
world and in most of the oceans, so he should
know what he is talking about.
We can rest easy under one consolation. We
may get to the point where we manufacturer
everything we use out of the country, buy all ouf/
raw products from other nations, evolve to riding
in motorized kiddy-cars, but we will have the one
clean nation in the world.


Taylor,J


Team


Excited
Port St. Joe High School
athletic director and head
football coach Wayne Taylor
spoke to the Kiwanis Club
Tuesday at noon, telling the
Kiwanians of what- to expect
from the Sharks' football
program during the pending
season.
Taylor said both he and the
players were excited about the
season. "We have the nucleus
of a good football team, with a
lot of seniors returning who
have been in our program for
a long time", Taylor said.
"We lost a lot of good players
by graduation, but we have a
lot of good ones left, too."
The coach pointed out that
the Sharks schedule for this
year was made out by Floyd
Lay, executive secretary of
the Florida High School Athle-
tic Association and not by the(
coaching staff as usual. Tay-
lor said this was done due to
the fact the state districts
have been re-shuffled from 16
districts to eight, stretching
the Sharks' district from
Bonifay to Monticello. The
new schedule demands caused
the Sharks to be forced to drop
Marianna, DeFuniak Springs
and Chattahoochee. Chatta-
hoochee has'gone to a new
class. In the shuffle, the
Sharks have picked up Ha-
vana, Monticello and Madison
as must games on their
schedule.
Taylor said Wakulla and
Blountstown should be the
teams to beat in the new
district.
Taylor said the Sharks are
starting the season with a
22-man roster. "This is a little
below our usual strength and
we will have less depth than
usual, but we feel we have at
least 15 first-line players, who
will be the nucleus of our
squad and will do us a good.
job."

"Virtue is like a rich
stone, best plain set.",-/
.. : Francis Bacon


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PHONE 227-1278
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, August 30, 1979


Patrol Predicts 24


Boy Scouts

Need A


First Year

Students

Oriented

Thursday morning was or,
lentation day for all seventh.
grade and new students at'
Port St. Joe High-School. New,
Students were given an oppor-.
tlnity to tour the school plant
and meet their individual
teachers. In the; photo above,
students listen to Mrs. Sarah
Riley. photo at bottom, as she.
outlines information: r. the
students. :


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Week End Deaths Leaderoycoo
V L J L A ClTroop 47 of the Boy.Scouts of
America is in need of someone
SThe Florida Highway Patrol recently the holiday period last year revealed that to serve as Scoutmaster. The
predicted that 24 persons could die in traffic careless driving was the greatest single cause present Scoutmaster, Tommy.
accidents in the state during :the -78-hour of the 23 fatal accidents investigated in which Oliver, has notified the Boy
Labor Day holiday weekend. 29 people were killed. Scout Adult Committee that he
The official period begins at 6:00 p.m., The Operation CARE (Combined Accident cannot continue to serve in
Friday ~ August 31:,: and ends at midnight, Reduction Effort ) program will be in effect' that position after September
Monday, September 3. : during the Labori Day weekend with coricen- ..nasedsnt Scoutmaster is.,
Colonel Eldrige Beach, director of the tration on Interstates 75 and 95. The ISLE..
S Ptol said, :"The last real holiday -of the.. (Intesified Speed Limit Enforcement) pro- If you can serve. in .this
summer will find a tremendous number of gram will also be in. effect in all but 11 capacity, please contact a
-families on streets and highways traveling to counties in the state in an effort to reduce the member of the Adult Commit-
weekenid vacation spots, beaches and parks traffic fatality prediction,. tee,. 'the Adult Committee
.Past experience indicates that some of these .::"Enjoy. the lst'hoiiday weekend of the members are: H. L. "Andy"
people will not return from their outing of fun.. suninerbut dof'tlet your guard down. If you Anderson, 229-8048; Theo Bis-
They will die'in a traffic accident." plan to drive, do. so with caution and hop, 229-8999 and Perry. J.
A study of fatal accidents occurring during courtesy," concluded Colonel Beach. McFarlind, 229-6153.
'': ":i-: ''; : .- ...:.::...~ : ..^-P ; -. ..,:i'Previous .Scout experience..,
S: ee :t-ne-ab r nay Dance Saturday Night wibhlpfbut i heno'ab
usolutelymnecessary. There are
There will be a Pre-Labor Dolls of Tampa, with J.T. & members .of the; Warriors training programs available.:*
S. .. DayDance held at the Wash- Company of :Port St. Joe basketball team. Ticket pri- ,to help prepare an indiviual
ing ..on Recreation Center spinning. his, hottest disco' .ces. are $4.50 advance as a adult leader m'Scouting.
from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 a. sounds during intermission. .
.Saturday, September 1, 1979. Conie.on out and enjoy a- I j,(ie-S ,.
S.The an attraction will fea- night'of. noni-stop. dancing. r, ,x ,
ti tre The. Montereys aid .the. Tickets are being sold by ', '
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Top ofthe Gulf,



:abr Day
. Weekend. Specials .

F a nFid day "<
6-10 PM, EDT


Milton Strength, Forest


Service Veteran, Retires


James Milton Strength re-
cently retired from the Divi-
sion of Forestry after 30 years
as a Forest Ranger in the
Wewahitchkaarea.
Mr, Strength was honored
with a retirement party on
August 17 at the Panama City
District Site of the Division of
Forestry. Over 100 friends,-
co-workers and family mem-
bers attended to honor. one of.


the most dedicated fire control .
figures in this area. ..
Mr. Strength was presented
with a gold watch as a
moment of his service ,to
forestry and fire control.
Ranger Strength was ins-
trumental in .starting a fire
prevention program in Gulf
County which proved to be
very effective and served as a
model for :other areas of the


state. Ranger Strength is also
well known to several genera-
tions of school children in Gulf
County for his efforts in
organizing and conducting the
Gulf 'County School Days
Program.': Ths prograin'..
which began in 1951, teaches
youth the functions .of the;;
Division of Forestiy .and the
importance of the forgett in. :
their lives.: .- :... :.


Bring your friends and
enjoy the food and enter-
tainment at Mexico Beach.


Specials with Copy of This Ad
Downstairs Dining Room .
Seafood Dinners . 10% 6

In the Commodoe Room .'
Steak and Y2 Lobster
or Whole Lobster
Reg. $10.95


Music by.B-Band
Fri.- Sat., '10-2'2


Company
Sunday 9-1


S 'Specials Now on
Pink & White:-In Gal. Containers 00
PAMPAS$ GRAS $200.


ALSOAVAILABLE
OLEANDERS--WE EEPING WILLOW
WEEPING FIGS-BORDER GRASS
COPPER PLANTS VEG. SEEDS
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GreenhouseO
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Phone 648-8926


JAMES MILTON STRENGTH


Bay St., St. Joe Beach


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i PAE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, August 30, 1979



Miss Cynthia Smith and James


|Leonard Bein Exchange Vows
In elegant simplicity, Cyn- ed with silk lily of the valley
thia Smith and James Leo- boutonnieres. The ringbearer
-nard Belin were united in carried a pillow of detailed
Marriage on Saturday, August needlepoint bearing the bride
11 m the First United Metho- and groom's first names. The
dist Church of Port Saint Joe, satin pillow was made by Mrs.
"at three o'clock in the after- Shirley Farrahar of Atlanta,
ion. Georgia, aunt of the bride.
SParents of the bride are The mother of the bride
i wrChaplain and Mrs. Malcom, wore a pale rose accordian
-Earl Smith of Fort Walton pleated floor length gown,
1i leach. Cynthia is the grand- with a chiffon cape. Her gown
daughter of Mrs. Margaret Was complemented by a cor-
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. John sage of pink roses and daisies.
SMatthew Farrahar, all of Mrs. John Matthew Farra-
-Bradenton. har, grandmother of the bride
The groom's parents are wore a pale peach floor length
Mr. and Mrs. Cleland Leonard gown. Mrs. Margaret Smith,I
Belin of Port Saint Joe. Jim is also grandmother of the bride,
the grandson of the late Mr. wore a maroon and peach
and Mrs. W.J. Belin, and the floral dress. Their corsages
late Mr. and Mrs. C.W. were white carnations.
Johnson of Port Saint Joe. The groom's mother wore a
SPerforming the double ring light green floor length gown,
Ceremony were Chaplain Mal- with a blouson bodice. The
com Earl Smith, father of the corsage was of peach roses
%/;i Zbride, and Reverend Johnie and yellow daisies.
; McCurdy. Directing the wed- The church fellowship hall
ding was Mrs. Ann Whittle of was the location for the
aert Saint Joe. reception. The bride's table
aThe church was softly lit by held a multi-tiered cake in
candelabra which held ar- white with pink roses. The.
rangements of fresh greenery. cake was served by Miss
lThe altar held a magnificent Debbie Farrahar of Atlanta,,
Arrangement of pink and Georgia, cousin of the bride,
..yellow gladioli, mums and and Miss Ingrid Sander of
yellow daisies. Large brass Fort Walton Beach.
Surns held similar arrange- Punch was served from a
ments. crystal punch bowl by Miss
Music for the ceremonX was Deborah Tuck of Decatur,
Rendered by organist Miss Georgia. Light hor d'oeurves
: Ruthie Connor of DeFuniak were also served.
,S rings. Selections of the The groom's table held a
'bride and groom were beauti- chocolate cake, depicting a
,. f y sung and played by beach scene. The cake'was
vocalistt Patricia Goodwin of served by Mrs. Walter Wilder,
; Jlrt Walton Beachi and vocal- cousin of the groom, of Port Mrs. James Leonard Belin
iat and guitarist Ricky Yates St. Joe.
ot Panama City. The selec- The bride's book was kept and Mrs. Leo Shealy, Mr. and A kitchen shower was held
Motions consisted of "With This by aMiss Karen Murphy of Mrs. Bill Alstaetter, Mr. and in the home of Mrs. Terry
Ing" and "We Are One", a Pensacola. Mrs. Williston C bhason, Mr. Salter in Montgomery, Ala-
ag written by Ricky Yates. Satin pink roses containing and Mrs. Walter Wilder and bama on July 8. Hostesses for
-The bride was escorted by rice were given to the guests Mrs. Lucille McKnight.. the kitchen shower were Miss
;er father. She paused at her by Miss Lesley Wilder, daugh- Out-of-Town Guests Debbie Doss, Miss Becky
mother's pew and presented ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Outof town guests included Brown and Mrs. Terry Salter
,bher with a red rose and was Wilder of Port Saint Joe. The M t fon inThe hostesses served a
,then presented to her groom pink satin roses were made by Mr. and Mrs. Jake Belin, Jr. variety of delicious refresh-
'".Le Abyher father of Houston, Texas, Mr. and mentsandpresentedthebride
.by wea shgrgeuna Mrs. Terry Salter of Mont- tMrs. e iand presented the bride
The bride was gorgeous in a gomery, Alabama. All those Mrs. Stee Belin of Nashville with many kitchen items.
Asnow white formal gown of caring for the reception wore Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs. ee Fr od
bridal chiffon and Chantilly pink nc-rack rose corsages The First United Methodist
lace. The gown featured a made by Mrs. Edward Davis verly.',Lrown of Marietta the
neka Georgia, Lawrence Farrahar ,' Church :Choir, honored the
grounded neck, ith tlse of Montgomery, Alabama. harlesDebbie brid and groom with gadget
S :fitting chiffon sleeves that Caring for the reception arra ar of Atlanta, Georgia shower, at the home of Mr.
came to a point at the wrist. guests were: Mrs. Paul r o and t Ge of and Mrs. Ed Ramsey on July
]The sleeves and upper bodice Blount, Mrs. Hubert Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Pawelkop ofen r
,were adorned with Chantilly Mrs. Leo Shealy, Mrs. Willis- Tampa, Mr. and R A covered dish dinner o
:ace and tiny pearls. ton Chason, Mrs. Alfred o and Jerem of Atlant delicious and various dishes
The skirt had a deep lace Joines, Mrs. Edwin Ramsey, Georwere served. The couple was
liam Ebersole, of Rome, Geor- w sre. Tul
edged ruffle of tiny accordian Mrs. Myrtle Childers, Mrs. presented with many useful
pleated chiffon, extending to James Tankersley, and Mrs. gia, rs. Martha Myers o kitchen gadgets.
makee a full length train. She Tom Parker. Charlotte, North Carolina, Mr. Ms Je
elected cathedral length For her going away outfit nd Mrs. Wilbur Bowers ofWil-
.veil which was trimmed with Mrs. James Belin wore a deep B D and liam Ebersole, Mrs. Willard
matching lace and tiny lace turquoise according pleated Steve Bryan, Derek and Jos- L. Myers, and Mrs. H. Nelson
lowers. Her jewelry consisted dress complemented by beige hua ofnd Montgrs. Alfred Corbin of Fort Haygood, all aunts of the
of diamond earrings which accessories. Mr. Belin wore a n Mrs. Brn groom, honored the bride, her
belong to the groom's sister, dark blue pin-striped suit.The Walton Beach, Mrs. Behrens attendants and close friends
NMrs. Terry Salter and a single couple honeymooned in the and Miss Kathy Behrens of with a lovely bridesmaids'
pearl necklace which belongs mountains of North Georgia. Mrs. Donald Walsingham and luncheon at the St. Joseph Bay
to Miss Ruthie Connor. She Mr. Belin is a graduate of Jason of Panama City, Miss Country Club on August 10.
h carried a bouquet of white Chipola Junior college with an Jason of Panama City, MissThe bride was presented with
roses and lily of the valley. A.A. degree and Huntingdon Natalie Teuton and Miss Pen-
Miss Cheri Smith, sister of College with a B.A. degree in ny Pinkerton of Fort Walton a piece of Gorham crystal.
the bride, served as maid of Physical Education. He is Beach, Joe Ray Durham of On the day of the wedding a
honor. Serving as bridesmaids presently employed with the Blountstown and Curtis Po- te a of delicious
well of Fort Walton Beachdelicious
were, sister-in-law of the Gulf County School System. dishes was served between
'bride, Mrs. Terry Salter of Mrs. Belin is a graduate of Pre-Nuptial Events 11:30 and 1:30 at the garden
1:Iontgomery, Alabama, Miss Huntingdon College with a On May 6, Mrs. Miles and center for all out-of-town
Busan McGowin of Birming- B.A. degree in Elementary Mrs. T. Lawson both of guests.
.ham, Alabama, Miss Debbie Education and Special Educa- Montgomery, Alabama enter- Hostesses for the lunch were
'Doss of Fort Walton Beach, tion. She is a member of Who's tained with a luncheon for the Mrs. Myrtle Childers, Mrs.
Miss Julie Corbin of Fort Who Among Students in Amer- bride, her attendants and I.C. Nedley, Mrs. Philip Le-
Walton Beach, and Miss ica Colleges and Universities. close friends. She was present- wis, Mrs. H.W. Griffin, Mrs.
Becky Brown of Marietta, She is also employed with the ed two crystal 'and silver M.P. Huie, Mrs. Bob Faliski,
SGeorgia. The flower girl was Gulf County School System. sauce sets from the hostesses. and Mrs. W.S. Quarles, Jr.
Leigh Ann Salter, daughter of Rehearsal Dinner
:Mr. and Mrs. Terry Salter of The groom's parents hosted Mrs. H.E. Richards, Mrs. Gospel Sing at
.Montgomery, Alabama. a dinner party for the wedding T.E. Parker, Jr., Mrs. G.E.
The attendants were beauti- party in the fellwoship hall of Anchors and Mrs. T.W. Hinote (Ih H rch of God
,ful in accordian pleated floor the First United Methodist honored the bride with a coke
length gowns. The pale pink Church on August 10, before party on June 28 at the beach There will be a gospel sing
:gowns were complemented by the wedding rehearsal. A home of Mrs. Hinote. Approx- Saturday 'ight, September 1
a double layer chiffon cape. delicious buffet meal was imately 60 guests enjoyed at 7:30 p.m. at the Highland
They carried nosegays con- enjoyed by the guests. coke and delicious refresh- View Church of God.
listing of daisies, roses and Large shells contammg ments. The hostesses present- The pastor William Touch-
Eyellow daisies. The flower girl summer flowers were used on ed the bride with a crystal and ton invites everyone to come
wwas gowned in a full length the tables and buffet table. silver pickle service. and hear "The Sand Ridge
white pinafore accented with a Serving the guests were Mr. Quartet" from Quincy.
-pink satin ribbon at the waist.
EShe carried a white basket of
-assorted spring flowers. I


Cleland Leonard Belin ser- Less Than 1/2 Price
vedhiss s s bestman. Summer Shoes $3 tao b1 5
SGroomsmen were George mmr $o3 t $ 5
Anchors of Port Saint Joe,
Steve Belin of Nashville, Ten-
-nessee, cousin of the groom, New Men's and Ladies'
:Terry Salter of Montgomery, -
'Alabama, brother-in-law of Fall Shoes 1 0% off
the groom, John Smith of Fort
:Walton Beach, brother of the
:bride, Jeff Spiller of Mobile, Fancy, Solid Colors, Knee-His, Anklets
,-Alabama, and Ken Whittle of G i' $ 25
-Montgomery, Alabama. The irl's Socks I
ringbearer was Joshua Bryan,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Steve
.Bryan of Montgomery, Ala- 00
:bama. I Men s Belts $400 to 1000


The groom was handsomely
:attired in a full formal gray
tuxedo and pin striped pants,
complemented with a white
.rose boutonniere.
His attendants and ring-
:bearer were dressed in the
same attire, but complement-


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Desiree Diana Gainous


Weds Ronald Lee Custer


Desiree Diana Gainous and
Ronald Lee Custer were uni-
ted in marriage on July 27,
1979, at the St. Joseph Catholic
Church. Port St.C Joe. Father
Fausto Stampiglia performed
the evening ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Gainous
of Port St. Joe. The bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Crosby of Apa-
lachicola.
Mrs. Jane Allen was the
organist for the evening cere-
mony and played "Some-
where My Love."
The bride, given in mar-
riage by her father, wore a
bridal, white, crepe jersey
gown. The bodice featured a
Queen Anne neckline accented
by Alencon lace and dainty
pearls, bishop sleeves trim-
med with lace appliques, and
an empire waist. The sunburst
pleated skirt fell gracefully
into a chapel train, bordered
at thehe line with Alencon
lace. To complete her gown,
the bride chose a shoulder
length mantilla veil, enhanced
with dainty seed pearls and
sequins. She carried a bouquet
of white daisies.
Miss Christy Taylor of Port
St. Joe, served as maid of
honor. She wore a formal
length gown of Quiana poly-
ester with a V-shape neckline.
She carried a bouquet of
yellow daisies.
The bridegroom was attired
in a beige vested suit for the
ceremony.
John Lollie of Eastpoint,
served the bridegroom as best
man. Mark Custer, brother of
the groom, and Leslie Gain-
ous, brother of the bride, were
ushers.
For her daughter's wedding,
Mrs. Gainous selected a dusty
blue, floor length gown of
Quiana nylon, with V-shape
collar accented with dainty
Philippine pearls. Her gown
was complemented by a car-
nation corsage.
The bridegroom's mother
wore a pale sage green dress
with button front closing. She,
too, wore a carnation corsage.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was given by the
bride's parents at the church
social hall.: Mrs. Ethel Brid-
ges, Mrs. Betty Lewis, and
Mrs. Maude Gainous, greeted
the guests.
The bride's table held a
three tier wedding cake deco-
rated with white, yellow and
blue flowers. The cake was
topped with the traditional
bride and groom.
Miss Katie Mock of Port St.
Joe kept the bride's book. Miss
Melody Smith of Port St. Joe
and Miss Cindy Freeman of
Gainesville presided at the
punch bowl. Miss Kathy Gray
of Troy, Ala. and Mrs. Susan
Stephens of Port St. Joe


presided at the bride's table.
The ladies responsible for the
reception were Mrs. Louise
Stevens. Mrs. Jean McDer-
mott, Mrs. Nita Sisk, and Miss
Barbara Eells. Responsible
for the church and social hall
decorations were Mrs. Ethel
Bridges of Apalachicola, as-
sisted by Mrs. Maude Gain-
ous, grandmother of the bride.
On the eve of their wedding,
the couple was honored with a
rehearsal cocktail party at the
home of the bride's parents at
Cypress Avenue in Port St.
Joe.
For the couple's wedding
trip, the bride chose a one
piece multicolored print on


green jersey.
Out of town guests attending
the wedding were: Kathy
Gray and Mark Sheehan of
Troy, Ala.; Jeanette Creamer,
Shirley Barber and Linda
Turner all of Eastpoint; Von-
nie. Bouington, Lisa Hooker,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Elliott,
Mrs. Ernest Dean, Ms. Mabel
and Frances Howel, Mrs.
Ethel Bridges, Renee Silva,
Doris Pendleton, and Tony
Sadler all of Apalachicola;
Violet Fuentra of Plant City;
Cindy Freeman of Gaines-
ville: Theresa Taylor of Sa-
vannah, Ga.; Patricia Ehrlich
of Tallahassee; and Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Conoley and Tam-
mie Locke of Mexico Beach.


Mr. and Mrs. George Suber,
Jr., Miss Mary Suber and Miss
Betsy Suber will honor Mr.
and Mrs. George Suber, Sr.


Rep. Hall

In Town

Tuesday

Representative Leonard J.
Hall will visit Port St. Joe on
Tuesday, September 4, 1979 at
2:00p.m. ET. Any persons
desiring legislative, informa-
tion or assistance are wel-
come to come to the Commis-
sion Room located in the Gulf
County Courthouse and meet
with the Representative.
Should assistance be re-
quired at other times, please
feel free to contact the Pana-
ma City office at 904-785-1427.


COO'


with a reception celebrating
their fiftieth wedding anniver-
sary on Sunday, September 2,
from three to five, in the after-
noon at Fellowship Hall, First
United Methodist Church.
All friends and relatives are
invited to attend. No gifts
please.


Lewis

Betrothal


Announced

Mrs. William A. Lewis, Jr.
announces the engagement of
her daughter, Alice Ann, to
Gus Tiff McClellan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gus B. McClellan of
Blountstown. Miss Lewis is
also the daughter of the late
Dr. William Lewis, Jr., and
the granddaughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. George M.
Johnson of Port St. Joe.
Miss Lewis is a graduate of
Liberty County High School
and Chipola Junior College.
She is now attending F.S.U.
majoring in accounting.
McClellan is a graduate of
Blountstown High School and
attended Chipola Junior Col-
lege. He is now employed with
McClellan Sod Farms in
Blountstown.
A September 30th wedding
is planned on the lawn of
Eureka Presbyterian Church
in the Orange Community at
3:00 E.S.T. All friends and '
relatives are invited to attend.

"A man is free only when
he has an errand on earth."
Abba Hillel Silver


the members of the


Church of Christ

invite you to meet with them:
Sunday Morn ing Bible Study ........... 10:00 A.M.
Sunday Morning Worship .............. 11:00 A.M.
Sunday Night ........................ 6:00 P.M.
Wednesday Night ..................... 7:00 P.M.

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


Dresses


Sweater


Undies


/1 1 ,


Headquarters for sizes 2-52


GET IT ALL AT


234 REID NUE PORTST. JOE


Subers Celebrating 50

Years Together Sunday


N eel's Shoes and
S 0 Accessories
222 Reid Avenue


?~'-"Y"""-"""'--~-WWEIN~EN~~~


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, August 30, 1979 PAGE FIVE


Miss Tonya Allen New


Gulf County Junior Miss


The Port St. Joe Jaycees passed the
Junior Miss title on to Miss Tonya Allen, first
runner-up in last fall's pageant.
Miss Allen replaced Miss Paula Tankers-
ley, who was married on June 30. America's
Junior Miss rules stipulate that Miss


title once she


Tankersley had to vacate her
was married.

Instruction

In CPR

Next Week
A class is being formed to
train persons interested in
taking a course in CPR. The
course is being planned for
Tuesday and Wednesday of
next week. The training ses-
sions will be held at the Gulf
County Ambulance Squad
building and will start at 7
p.m.
For more information con-
cerning the course, call Sheila
Harper at 229-8885.


In passing the title on to Miss Allen, the
Jaycees expressed their appreciation to Miss
Tankersley for her fine representation of Gulf
County during the past few months. The
Jaycee chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Larry
McArdle expressed the feeling that Miss
Allen would also represent the county well
during the remainder of the year.


Oak Grove Assembly of God
Using New Sunday Programs


On Friday night, August 25,
the Oak Grove Assembly of
God Sunday School teaching
staff, Sunday School heads,
pastor and other interested
persons had a new audio
visual teaching program pre-
sented to them by Dr. T.
Kennedy, professor of theolo-
gy with Gulf Coast Seminary
in Panama City.
Dr. Kennedy has been mak-
ing a study of the Sunday
School for the past two
months. The new teaching
methods will start in some
departments on Sunday, Sep-


tember 9.
Kennedy will be coordinat-
ing the program with the
pastor, Rev. David Fernan-
dez, and the superintendent of
Sunday School, Mr. Rushing,
until it gets in full swing.
Supt. Lucious Rushing and
Asst. Supt. John Odom says
the goal is to double the
churches present attendance
within six months. Every
person who does not have a
regular church home is need-
ed at Oak Grove in this new
outreach.


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 GARRISON AVE.-PORT ST"JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:45 AM
MORNINGWORSHIP .................. 11:00AM
EVENING WORSHIP .................. 7:00 PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT.................. 7:00 PM

msss9ssess *ssss 9es**ss***ssesses9se#Dsd sd


First

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

Phone 648-5205


, TONYA ALLEN-JR. MISS

.Yfounger Parents Part of


- Henning


Child Abuse
Child abuse is increasing
.-partly because more children
I are becoming parents, says
:Florida State University's
Dean of the School of Nursing.
Dr. Emilie Henning,. a par-
ticipant in the recent White
House conference on the Inter-
national Year of the Child,
i specializes in maternal child
:,nursing.
i^ She said statistics showed
That adolescent females from
Sthe ages of 10 to 14 are the only
; group for whom the birth rate
'is rising. More than 600,000
l 'chUdren are born annually to
S/ ,eedag nmotherfthose ability.,
'to care 'for them is, at best, Pimiento
marginal, she added. This delid
: "When teenagers or chil- chicken is ac
dren have children they usual- red pimientos
ly are not prepared to accept An excelled
that responsibility," she said. celery, choppy
"When the parent gets ready sauce.
to go out somewhere, the baby Add a cris]
often is left unattended or with yet delectable
someone who is incompetent." Send for a
"It's unfortunate, but it's Canners, P.O
Realityy" she said. PIMIENTO-(
S The Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare re- Filling:
*cently estimated that one 1/1 cup butter
million children are the vic- V, cup chopp
times of child abuse each year, : cup diagoi
'Henning continued. 1 cup sliced
"We educate for everything optional
but parenthood. Somehow we / cup flour
are expected to be instant Heat butte
and mushroo
mothers and fathers but that's blend. Add c
not the way it is," she pieces. Cook
explained. "It's a develop- thick.)
mental process that takes Roll pastry
mixture in ea
time. edges togeth(
Dean Henning believes ado- 350 to 400 deg
lescents and teens should be In the mea
taught what can happen with and a generic
hot dumplin
sexual experimentation. serve extra fo
namely giving birth to a baby
which needs not only physical
care, but emotional care,
( including love and security.
Parents of both male and
female children have to learn
to educate: and communicate
with their children, or at least
be willing to urge them to
learn about sex from health
personnel or in the school
systems, she said.
Ideqlly, adolescents should
learn 'about sexuality in the
home, but since many parents
"bury their heads in the sand S
and do nothing," Henning said S
she thinks progressive sex
,education in schools would cut T
down on adolescent pregnan-
'cies, and thus, child abuse.


-Chicken Dumplings-Bursting With Flavor
oiusly different recipe for preparing budget wise
cented by the colorful and tasty addition of bright
at use for left-over chicken, the recipe combines
led onion, mushrooms and chicken inside pastry
ht are then topped off with a zesty pimiento cream
p green salad, ice cold milk and you have a simple
meal that helps stretch the food dollar.
free recipe booklet by writing: Associated Pimiento
3. Box 73, Griffin, Georgia 30224.
CHICKEN DUMPLINGS WITH PIMIENTO SAUCE
Pastry for 2-crust 9-inch pie
N cup chicken broth
or margarine 2 cups cooked cubed chicken
ed onion 1 teaspoon salt
nally sliced celery
mushrooms, teaspoon pepper
2 (4 ounce) jars pimiento,
divided
er or margarine in saucepan; saute onions, celery
ms until crisp tender; sprinkle with flour and stir to
thicken, chicken broth and % of the pimiento cut in
and stir about 2 .minutes. (Mixture will be very
y into six, 6 inch squares. Place 1/6th of the chicken
ich square, pull pastry ends up to center and pinch
er to seal. Place in greased baking dish and bake at
agrees about 30 minutes until golden.
antime make white sauce, add your favorite spices
ous share of pimiento cut into small pieces. Top the
gs with two tablespoons of sauce and be sure to
r second helpings.


TIDES


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


Thursday
Friday
Saturday
j Sunday
Monday
_,Tuesday
/ Wednesday
.'Thursday


High
3:30 A
4:26 A
5:21 A
6:23 A
7:24 A
8:30A
9:33 A
10:45 A


Low
2:10P
3:09 P
4:03 P
4:55 P
5:45 P
6:32 P
7:14 P
7:33P


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,A PAGE SIX THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, August 30, 1979
'P" '. .S .


l Ec office is independenlly owned and operated,

::)z: _GULF AIRE ..
SRoom with a view. Spacious lots with a gorgeous
.r. B. uMILLIK panorama of spectacular sunsets over the Gulf. Swim.
k: -l W in the Gulf or your own beautiful pool. Play tennis on
N-m EALrs n your own courts or just relax in a beautiful setting.: .
Gulf-Aire is for enjoying, so come out now and :letus '
CAPE SAN BLAS show you these affordable homesites. Don't wait until
2 large tracts available at they're all sold.
.. the right price: (1) one mile -
from turnoff on the Cape; INDIAN PASS ACREAGE' '
Wl. "(2) over 4000 feet fronting :""
S'the Gulf, extending to Hwy. 1.99 acres. 150' on SR30 to 5 high & dry acres .with 2
S'. lt 30, towards Indian ass Indian Lagoon. Approx. 650' bdrms, ll', baths,. mobile
from the curve. Signs on' depth. An ideal building home, added 14x20 Florida
r'', property. site, cleared ad and filled. room. This garden spot on
Hwy. 71, 18 mi. from Port
-, Fantastic investment op- Almost new home quiet St. Joe and features such
1" portunity, 31 acres, more or location & close to beach. 3 g as fruit trees, grape
less prime waterfront pro- bdrm, 2 bath, living rm, arbor, apprAx. 3 acres '.
safety, 1,500 feet on the Gulf, dining area, cen. h&a, cov- pasture, enough grass for
'35 lots platted, room for ered carport w-utility rm, cows and hay storage area:
-m..any more, fully equipped 9x12' storage shed included. Also' a storage shed with
ion restaurant building, great Priced in mid 30's. added overhang s to protect
potentilequipment. See this to be-
Peort ST..JOE lieve it and only $24,000.00.'.






s .' -- f PORT ST. JOE -- '
S''. Corner of MClellan & 10th Lovely corner lot, 3bdrm, 2 W WAHITCHKA
S 8 t. Brick 2 bdrm, 1 bath, Ig. ba home, liv. rm w-dining ""..."
S.'. eat-in kitchen, dining rm w- area, den, eat-in kitchen, Modern 3 bdrm, 2 bath brick
"' fireplacee, liv. w-fire- carpeting thru-out. Room home on 1r4 acres. over'
M. ny.uilt- do bo ok srtihsenien thrnot. gs .
.,- place' den' w-fireplace. for the children and con- 3500 sq. ft.' which includes
aMany built-il bookshelves Venent to. schools. 2111 beautiful I bdrm, i bath apt
nd custm features. Shown which may be usied.as part
S.: byappt, only. Priced in 30's. o' of the main hosue to accom-
'modate 'a large family.
S' 80x9' commercial lot on' Nice corner location in low Locafed at the end of Tupelo
Scorner of Reid Ave. & th St. traffic area. 1912 Juniper. St., priced in mid '50's.
l.;. Across alley from'City Hall. ..:' .
S"Priced right and owner will 1.1 acre commercial loca- WHITE CITY
i finance. tion, corner Butler Rd. & U..
S981 nExelleft motel, gas New Listing Large lot, 100
r7,.station 'or store site. But- x 211', with plenty of space.
$2,000 down will buy this' st tefor a garden, with another:
domfortable3bdrm, 1 ba. lot available if wanted. 2.
ome. FHA approval allow middle of thisbdrms, 1 bath, concrete
y' L .this low down pmt. 2 scren further details. block house, with g. eat-
porches and paved carport. kitchen. Block storage
b r 4 bdrm. frame house on 1a,j building in rear. A bargain
:1 32.0 8th St. Live in a new 3 -lots. Liv. rm with fireplace, at $14,500. .
Sbdrm, 3i ba.. home and sep. dining rm. cen. h&a, --
.:I-.collect income from your 2 chain link fenced backyard. .New'Listing: Good fishing
; lirm, i bath rental houseon Owner will paint exterior within walking distance f.
..or property. $27,500 and do finishing touches. this 2 bdrm, bath home on
..uys both houses I 1025 Long Ave: 2 lots. Tall pines, dogwoods
i," .. &. azaleas grace the yard.
MEXIO BEACH -- There's even a swing on the
-screened front porch."'Call.
1. ,- and let us show you this
iDeluxe, blue ribbon home. 3 Mobile home' ready for a property today. $18,500.: :
'.. ..bdrms, 3 baths, double in- new owner. Everything in- ':.::'
S .isulation, fireplace, swim- eluded from vacuum to lots Owner will. finance $6,000
F :ming pool. Paved drive, of wicker on your 24'x16' down and balance at 9 per
,' :.vaulted ceiling. This is a Florida rm-den w-elec. fire- cent. Recently remodeled 4.


home you can be proud of
-efor many, many years.
,:"Tehn. Ave.
'Charming 3 bdrm, 2 bath
home on 11 canal lots with
,boat dock. Vaulted ceiling
rand fireplace in large den
overlooking canal. Priced
below replacement. Cen.
*h&a, commodious double
garage.

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


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.


- ST. JOE BEACH -


ATTENTION BARGAIN HUNTERS
: Sturdy and sound describes this residence. 1800 sq. ft.
currently divided into a duplex. Remove any part of
the non-supported common wall and you have a single
family home again. Situated on a 75'xl30' lot with a
new septic tank and well. True value at $22,800-but
don't take our word for it, make an appointment to see
:for yourself! .


-Mobile home on 1/2 high dry
lots. 3 bdrm, i bath, expan-
do living room, a-c, well,
partially furnished, even
- includes set of World Book
Encyclopedia. Selma St.
.Bargain at $12.500.

-Use your own finaLtouches.
Partially finished 3 bdrm,
-1% b#. home, large living
rm, kitchen and family rm
"combo, garage & utility rm.
"On 75x100' cleared lot. Ad-
.joining corner lot may be
-purchased with home. Cor-
nilr Americus & DeSota. .
'Hate to be cooped up? Relax
iin your 16x60' screened
Sporch in rain or shine! This
;2 bdrm, 1- bath furnished
.mobile home has it. Corner
:Alabama & Santa Anna.


648-5011


EIxcel. construction. 3 bdrm
2 bath brick with double
garage, laundry rm, den.
Landscaped lot with 18x36'
swimming pool. A beautiful-
permanent home, corner
Court and Alabama. By ap-
pointment only.
1976 Tiffany mobile home on
75x174' cleared lot. Excel.
cond., buy equity, take over
pmts. 312 blocks back from
98, Gulf St.

I blk. from beach, 3 bdrm. 1
ba., corner of Pine & Ameri-
cus. Almost completely fur-
nished. $27,500.
3 bdrm, 12 bath, mobile
home on 75x150' lot. Less
than 2 blocks from beach.
$12,500.


bdrm, 2 ba. home on 1.6'.
acres. A nice home ad .af-
-' fordable terms. .Take -ad-
vantage of this and own
your own home! : '

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"

HIGHLAND VIEW
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.
COMMERCIAL
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.


BEACH LOTS
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,-
000.00.


ELDON B. MILLER, REALTOR

PATTY MILLER ASSOCIATE


ASSOCIATES
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


LOOK AT


WANT An lS


IRSALE I


REL ESAT


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40 h.p. Johnson. Contact.Jeff 74 Searay cabin cruiser, 2 Two single lots located on Experienced cabinet maker Wanted: Someone to go to
Plair. tfc 8-30 140 h.p.. Mercruiser engines, 8th St., H.V..For information; needed.' Call 229-6017' or 227- New Orleans to assist blind
Real fishfinder, depth record- call Wewa 639-5614. tfc 8-30' 1689. tfc 8-23 lady on bus leaving Sept. 10.
.*.Moving Sale: Saturday, all er; VHF SS radio. $8,800.00. Call 229-8407. Itc8-30
day Sept. 1, 229 Sth St. Items Must see to appreciate. 648- Fish camp, furnished, Bur-
include: sofa and chair, West- 477 4tp823 gess Creek, 3.2 acres, 235 ft. i Wanted: Good used set of.
inghouse refrigerator', coffee waterfront,. $24,000. 229-6669. junior golf clubs. Call 227-1278
table, used Westinghouse re- 1903 Springfield rifle, 30-06, 3tp 8-30 before 5, or 229-6343 after 5:30.
..* ." '. :. '." ; .'. sport stock scope, case .. .. .
am o, $125; Callafter .7 p.m. WATERFRONT Mexico Beach, 3 bdrm, Ig. Wanted; Used bicycle, 26"
Moving Sale Saturday, all 226779. 2tp 8-23 ritracoastal Waterway .rms, wall to wall .carpet. $225. or larger, in good cond. Call
day Sept 1, 229 8th St. Items Overstreet. mo. .Lease and deposit .e- 227-1278 before 5j or 229-6343
include: sofa and chair,/West- .Used fuel oil furnace..See 2 acres, dock. ramp, 12x65' quired. 769-4488 or 785-0509., after 5:30. : .
ingliouse refrig coffee table,.. Paul Evas, corner Georgia Concord, CHA, shed, garden, : .. : : '. 2tc8-30
used Kenmore washing rach- and Tehnessee, Mexico Beach. fruit trees. $26;500 or land only WANTED-Someone need-
ii.ie; newly refinished desk, 648-5036. : 2tp 8-23 $18,900. Possible 'owner. .fi- For Rent: 2:bdrm. duplex apt. ed desperately to watch my
brand new book shelves, lg.6 nance. 648-5470. -tp 8-30 :at Mexico Beach: Call 229- 6-year-old son in Mexico
drawer chest, 'rocking chair, CBR Realistic TRC-457 40 8630. ltp 8-30 Beach area, from time school
curtains, bedspreads,. men.s channel SSB base station with. House in. White City. On lets out until 4:30. Need
H.I.S. suits, size 34 short; Jr LED dial and clock, power Charles Ave., at. end of street. Nice 2 bedroom apartment, reasonable rates. Contact
size clothes, 9, 10, 11 & 12's, mike. PDL-II quad :antenna 2 1g. bedrooms, Ig. liv. room, wall to wall carpet, dish wash- 'Marshall Bills at City Hall,
many other household items. with CDE XL rotor and new kitchen and dining area, new- er. near water at Mexico Mexico: Beach. Leave me$-
:Everything must go. 40' mast. $325. SWR-Pwr ly painted, new roof,"dish Beach (water 'side). Contact sage,. or contact me, trailer
modulation meter, $10; SWR washer, I corner lot carport Ike Duren 648-5129 or 648-5635. next to Roy's Gulf Station, Big
SYard Sale.:- Two family, bridge$2.00; 2 walkie talkies 3.-1590 tfce8-23 Gator Trailer Park. Itp
household items, toys, clothes, band -$6.00 ea; GE am-fm paved driveway. Call 227-
furniture, 10. am '6 phm. stereo. radio with speakers or763-5023 tf 7-26 For Rent-. 2 bedroom fur-
Thursday and Friday, Aug. 30 $20; Realistic turntable $20; ,lhn ew lot- nished apartment at 510 8th St. CE
and 31.816 Marvin Ave-.: .7. ".reel to reel stereo .tape Highland View: lots for sale,Toseeorformoreinforma FF .E
": recorder,; one channel out $25. reasonableCash terms tioncall (904)2346219. tfc 8-16 F "' U i:- :
Lowrey organ, $400. Call 2ne6907. ,. 3 229-788: .fc8-16 9 .n 7,.l "2 i tPP IES3
227-16 ., .3 edoom furnished trailer SUPPLIES -
S. .: .Sierra Scotty Sportsman 15' at Overstreet. Call 648-5873. .
Garage Sale Saturday, caper trailer. Can be seen at ____ _._-_-' tfc_8-16 7,,Availablte t
Sept.: 1stL9. till, .1705 Garrison 813 Marvin Ave. Very clean. c
..Avenue,; 3 ~families. New fall.. $850$ Call 229-8000.. i tfc.-16 T* I For carpets cleaned the way
shoes, used furniture,;4othe S; ::.::' :- -. .. professionals do it-at afrac- 4
... ...used.furn..ure c .oth a. cuom m eLg s. ", 2 tion of the'cost, rentaRinse N i i' e S tAr
TV, etc. 8 30 DRAPERiES-Readymade tion o the cos ntise N ..
and-custom made Large sel- American Legion, corner of V -t eoft^bl eAisteam '* ar
Garage Sale, Saturday, section of swatches to choose Williams Ave. and Third St. cleaning Avai 306 Williams Ave
till. 706 Woodward Ave. Lots of from. Roche's Furniture and will start BINGO at 7:30 p.m., ale at tr At, phone"
children's items, baby teams, Appliance Store,. 209.. Reid Thursday,Sept.6. 2tp8-30 Our05solarsystem ntai31
household, gas heater.. -It8-30 Avenue, phone 227-1730. tf3-16 O
sate I rlli inyaddition*ntonour


FREE: 2 male dogs needed DRY cleaning carpets is i d reres
male dogs DRY cleaning carpets is municatio. of. t. Dry clean them with HOST.
'good home with yard. One 4Vi easier, faster and safer with ..Lodge ,No. 111;. F &- A.M., e. m ih .
yr. husky collie mix 7 mos HOST. Rent our machine. St. every first and third Thursday ro s rightaway. Rent
Sbassett labrador Love kids ::Joe Furniture. 227-1251. m h at 8:00 p.m. ti.dT.- :S. Joe .Furniture,
healthy and good disposition a J. L. SIMS, W.M. 227-1251. tfc10-23
.family .dog. Call 229-6676.oir _________. J..P. CooleySIMS, WSec.M.
22 8019 ." .it.8-30 M. cF

arage Sale, Items from i. tionofSt. Joseph Chapter o. Ambulance
families. Saturday 9 to, 206 : : R.A.M:. ist ind 3rdMon. .
10th St. tp 8-39 4-wheel drive 1974 Plymouth days; 8p.m. All 'Visiting corm- Call -
Portble dis:.washer.. goo Trailduster 648-5997. tfc 8-30 panions welcome.
Portable dishwasher,. good .. .. E. E. WEEKS, H:. 7 ,, ---
working condition. $75. 229- 1972 Chevrolet station wag- E. William McFarland, Sec. /I
6564 after 4:30. 1tp 8-30 on, $275. Call 648-5065. tfc 8-23 .
TRAMPOLINES IN STOCK The V.F.W. Will meet he .
6 FTP X 10 OR ROUND 1979 Mercury Capri.4speed, second Tuesday of every 171' camper, parked on
6 FTWe X 10 FTeliver and assemble' ac,am-fm stereo,- in, excel. month at :7t30 pm at But- Gulf side, sleeps 4. By the
Te vaa cond Still in waanty .Call ler's Restaurant. tfc 5 31 day, week or.month. No pets .
avaO,2iabld ivabe.2WE227-1278day,'or 227-7 n'. ,::allowed. 9mi. s.e. of St. Joe,
AUTO, 219 Reid Ave. 227-1105. Gets 27-31 m.p.g. Ski Beeze CamSsites. 29
... "P'g" "..- .:-. :'. '-:: TICE -.-: ,.:. : S'ki. Breeze Campsites. 22
SuCB Radios, 'aJhni1978et150 Ranger long wheel:' A of th first date of the 6105..- tfc6-28
Surveyor,'anten.nas.-ba.ae-'s-ta."' base pickup. Power steering publication of this notice
ions,. terms available. West-i:.; nd brakes, a-c, am-fm radio, August 9, 1979, I will not fbe
ern Auto. ': runs on reg. gas. A very sharp responsible for any. debt; Located on Gulf side of
Looking truck, in top notch incurred by anyone other than: .. road, 2 bdrm. nicely furn.
.FREE! Free wood, you. condition. Call 227-1278,9-5; or myself. .: :very.clean apt. Everything
haul; free shingles, you haul. after 5, 227-1768 or 227-1355. H. L. Parrish furnished including elec.,
Caill648-5829. tf fc8-16 : : tfc.8-2 4t8-9 water, gas. Prefer perma-
Snent residents. No pets,
: '* "' ', *' *" _f T-- -*n ol l- *


SERVICES'


MUSIC LESSONS: Piano,
voice, woodwinds. Educated
at USM. New resident of Port
St. Joe. Call Mrs. Alan Rich-
ardson, 229-8906, 7-10 p.m. or
come by 401 Woodward.
2tp 8-23

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

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

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

GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets -
Vanities Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
412 Monument Ave.,.
Port St. Joe
Glen Combs
229-6017
tfi*-4


Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?




For Cable TV
installation In Port St. Joe

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


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

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

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

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

Call for
TRACTOR WORK
648-5873
tfc 2-15

CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Septic Tank Cleaning
Phone 229-8007
tfc 11-30


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


Will babysit in my home
fulltime ori drop' in' day or
nights. No Sundays. Call 648-'
8272 or 648-5070. 3tp 8-30

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

I will buy your old junk
batteries. Paying top price.
Call 229-6999 or-227-1593 after
5:00, ask for Steve. tfc 8-16


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


deposit required. inquire
Ski Breeze Camp Sites, Hwy
C-30, 904-229-6105. School
bus- stops at property.

2 bdrm. beautiful' Spanish
12x65 mobile home, furn.,
clean, 1/2 baths, cen. air
an. Prefer permanent resi-
dents.: No pets, deposit re-
quired. Inquire Ski Breeze
CampSites, Hwy. C-30, 904-
229-6105. School bus stops at
property.


Available Sept. 5th., 12x70
mobile home, 3 bdrm, 2 full
baths, completely furn.,
cen. a&h, prefer perma-
nent residents. No pets,
deposit required. School bus
stops at property. Ski Bree-
ze Camp Sites, Hwy. C-30,
904-229-6105.


Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUITOF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 79-147
IN RE: The Marriage of
LOUISE J. ANDREWS,
Wife,
Petitioner,
And
LEROY R. ANDREWS,
Husband,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: Leroy R. Andrews.
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been flied 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
NOTICE OF FOUR-WAY
STOP STREETS
Notice Is hereby given that tour.way
stop streets have been established In St.
JOe Beach at the following Intersec-
tions:
Alabama Avenue and Columbus St.
Alabama Avenue and Gulf Street
All traffic Is required by law to observe
these two four-way stop intersections by
coming to a stop before proceeding'
across or turning..
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: William R. Branch, Chairman
Attest: George Y. Core, Clerk 4t 8-23


own moon.


Public


Notices

BID NO. WWP141
The City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, requests bids for Lab
Work Tops. 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.

BID NO. WWPl42
The City of Port St. Joe,
Florida,' ..reques.ts. bids for ;
*Miscellaneous Items for a
Garwood Truck mounted
crane,. Serial No. M22A-18,
Model No. 22-A. 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.
C. W. BROCK,
City Auditor
and Clerk 3t-8-30
I~l.-l...~ll MA-tA.


Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf
County, Florida, four weeks after the.
first publication of this notice, the
fictitious name or trade nnme under
which, they will be engaged in business .
and in which said business Is to be.
carried oi, to-wit:
TERRY'S FRIED CHICKEN ':
Corner Fifth St. & Monument Ave...
Port St. Joe, Florida
Owner, Terry W, Segers
I 4tc 8.23


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 79-
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The'Estate of
GEORGE R. PADGETT,
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS,
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the Estate of
George R. Pabdgett, deceased, File
Number 79- is pending in the Crcuit
Court of Gulf County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which Is P. 0.
Box 969, Port St. Joe, Florida. The
Personal Representative of the Estatels
Aille Marie Padgett, whose address Is
105 Hunter Street, Oak Grove, Port SUt
Joe, Florida 32456. The name and
address of the Personal Representa-
tive's attorney are set forth below.
All personstiaving claims or demands
against the Estate are required WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE
DATGEOF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file with the Clerk
of the above Court, a written statement
of any claim or demand they may have.
Each claim must be In writing and must
indicate the basis of the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or his agent
or attorney, and the amount claimed. If,
the claim is not yet due, the date when it
will become due shall be stated. If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated; the
nature of the uncertainty ;hall be stated.
If the claim Is secured, the security Shall
be described. The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to the Clrk
to enable the Clerk to mall one copy to
each Personal Representative.
All persons Interested In the Estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of Admini-
stration has been .malled are required
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file any
objections they may have that chal-
lenges the validity of the Decedent's
Will, the qualifications of the Personaj
Representative, or the venue or jurisdic-.
tion of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL'
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publicatoln of this
Notice of Administration: August 23,
1979.
ALLIE MARIE PADGETT,
Personal Representative of the
Estate of George R. Padgett, deceased.
RISH & WITTEN, P.A. -
Fred N. Witten
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, August 30, 1979


Adult School Opened Monday


Offering A Variety of Courses


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S' The Sharks line up head to head to do a little knocking in
V'-practice sessions Monday. The team has been working hard


in two-a-day sessions for the past three weeks to get ready for
the season.


The Gulf County Adult
School started a new session
Monday, August 27. Classes
for high school completion are
now open at the Centennial
Building at Port St. Joe. There
is no charge for worktext and
no fees to pay.
Of special interest to quali-
fied veterans who have not
gotten their high school educa-
tion: you can receive your
G.I. benefits while earning a
high school diploma.
The following courses will
be offered:
Drivers Education, M-T, 6-9
p.m., PSJHS;
Welding, M-T-W-R 6-9:45
p.m., PSJHS
Typing and Bookkeeping,
M-T 6-9 p.m., PSJHS
Sewing, M-T 6-9 p.m.,
PSJHS;
Clerical Office Practice, T,
6-9 p.m., PSJHS;
General Education, M-T 6-9
p.m., Zion Fair Baptist;
General Education, M-T 6-9
p.m., United Methodist
Church, Mexico Beach;

Ladies' Bowling
Team Meeting
The ladies Thursday night
bowling team will meet Sep-
tember 6 in the back of the
Florida Power building.
Everyone interested in
bowling on the team is asked
to drop by any time between 7
and 8 p.m.


General Education, M-T-W-
R-F 8 a.m.to 3:00 p.m.,
Centennial Building;
General Education, M-T-W-
R. 6-9 p.m., Centennial Build-
ing;
Building Trades, M-T-W-R,
6-9:45 p.m., PSJHS;
This is a real opportunity for
you to earn a high school
diploma at no cost to you. For
further information call 227-
1744 or come by the Centennial
Building.
There will be no classes
Labor Day.


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friends
SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 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
Pastor


PRE-LABOR DAY SAVINGS?


fe Sharks' wnt thri a harI ill Mody aftetnoon j ere the Sharks areoig throughpassing drills
S"of.;ZIs eek, getting ready for the Jamboree tomorrow might. --Star photo


End Summer


with Safety


The last long weekend of
summer Labor Day weekend
- could be ruined for Florida
residents if basic driving tips
are ignored, cautions the
Insurance Information Insti-
tute.
In 1978, 29 persons were
killed and 1,807 were injured
on Florida highways during
the Labor Day weekend. A
total of 2,655 accidents occur-
red last year during this
three-day holiday,
To keep your holiday me-
mories pleasurable, the Insti-
tute offers these safe driving
tips:
Limit your driving don't
drive unless you have to, leave
early and plan on delays due
to heavy traffic.
Be alert the driver should


Homer Hit 'Em


Homer Goff of Highland View put the stick to this four
foot rattler in Highland View last Tuesday. The big snake had
si rattles. The snake is a warning that the reptiles are
beginning to crawl, hunting a place to hole up for the winter.
-Star photo


Mother of Mrs. Newsome Dies

Mrs. Helen Louise Holmes
Moody, age 65, died Monday in
Conway, S.C.
Funeral services were held
North Conway Baptist Church
with interment in the Sunset A
Memorial Park.MAC
%Mrs., Holmes was the mo-
ther of Mrs. Tommy (Kather-
i, e) Newsome of Port St. Joe.

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S.AGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, August 30. 1979



LargeCro

People came from all over
the Panhandle Saturday night,
to Port St. Joe to see the--
toss the basketball around.
'INVESTMENT The show was a little less
than advertised, but it was a
-., .Smarl "investors always seek the crowd-pleaser, still. The Bird,
Sgrealpst dividends -for their invest- Tiny and World failed to show,
SM ient so here's a Up for you. A but Special K and Sir Slam
{.nall investment of your time in took up much of the slack.
regularr check-ups by your family to ua almost 2,000
a ret in he Saturday night, almost 2,000
Sous dividend of all good health. people flocked to the round
A :Don't gamble with your health .. coliseum at Port St. Joe high
i 'invest in your future. Make an ap- school, to see an exhibition
4 pointment for a physical examina- game between stars of the
o ,-on now. National Basketball Associa-
,2. -g Iaa lAtion and the reunited Gulf
"' PA MACY Coast Community College

S BUZZETT'S tam of 1970-71 that placed
Dt nird in a national tourna-
DRUG STORE ment. .
Pt.229-877i 317 Wlliams The big attraction was going
to be Larry Bird, the prized
:,rookie of the Boston Celtics
ew Man at who shot and passed Indiana
SState to a glittering spot on the
Sylvachemr basketball map.
But there was no Bird show
AS" !Sylvachem Corporation is this night. Bird and Celtic
.' pleased to announce that teammate Nate "Tiny" Ar-
,, Gqorge A; Hiduk has joined chibald attended the funeral of
i their staff as Area II Produc- the father of Boston Coach Bill
":-tion Superintendent. Fitch and couldn't make the *
", Hiduk comes to Sylvachem game. They sent word that. /
from Pearisburg, Virginia, they, were sorry.
S'.where he was associated with The other non-arrival was
'"Celanese Fibers Company.,He Loyd "All-World" Free, the
.is a graduate of the United shooting guard of the San
States Naval Academy. Diego Clippers. He reportedly
*' His wife, Valari, and two sprained an ankle in a sum-
., children, Erin and Paul, will mer league game.
b e relocating to this area in The absenteeism left it up to Steve Bell, Greg Jackso
the near future. basically two of the cast: right, surround David Lang




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n and Frank Gilmore, left to action.
ston. 53, in Saturday night's
ed attempt at defense made by
both teams resulted in an 84-76
score at halftime, the pros
leading.
Though they have been out
of the game for a couple of
years now, Langston and Bell
still demonstrated their con-
siderable competence. For the
pros, Greg Jackson, who now
works in a recreational pro-
gram with New York City
youth, and plays in the East-
ern League, was a quick and
flashy guard. Dawkins, dunk-
ing and making an occasional.
ten or 15-footer, had 16 points.
Kelser,. sinking and stuffing
shots from all over the place,
had 24.
The pros won, 136-124, with a
'a total of six fouls being called
S in the entire game.

had not put on an all-out effort


because of the heat and the
possibility of injury. Kelser
said, "When it's real hot, as it
was, the floor has a tendency
to.perspire. I wanted to give
the fans a show, but I didn't
want to injure myself."
For Langston and Bell, the
promoters, the no-shows may
have been a blessing in
disguise. Still counting the
money on Sunday, Langston
estimated they cleared about
$1,500 to $2,000. Langston
remarked he didn't think they
would have had enough money
to pay the no-shows.
Langston termed the re-
sponse as "excellent" but said
he will need help if the event is
to be repeated.

"We are always getting ready
to live but never living."
Ralph Waldo Emerson


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Darryl "Sir Slam" Dawkins, does his thing at the
exhibition game here Saturday night. --Star photos


Participants in the Saturday cage exhibition lined up in
the locker room to get their picture made. Front row, left to
right, are: Sandy Quinn, Dick Hansen, Terry Wilkes and


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(Continued from Page 1)
:to what Kennedy said by
stating that in the winter the
reverse is true. "It's cold
inside during the winter", he
said. The Sheriff's portion of
the building has no windows
Sfor outside ventilation.
The Commission agreed to
see if they couldn't provide a
cooling and heating unit for
this department just as soon
as they could.
OTHER BUSINESS
S" n other business matters,
the Commission:
-Agreed to bargain with
the road paver to pave several
problem ditches and driveway
entrances in the Oak Grove
area, while he was working
there.
-Asked the Florida Forest
Service to look for two mili-
tary 'surplus fire trucks for
S Overstreet and Howard
Creek.
-Agreed to ask the bureau
of census to proceed as soon as
possible with the census of
', Howard Creek, to see if the
subdivision qualified for a
separate voting precinct.
--Accepted a bid from St.
Joe Motor Company in the
amount of $5,032.36, to furnish
the Mosquito Control Depart-
ment with a new pick-up
truck. The St. Joe Motor bid
was ,the only one of seven
which met specifications.


Darryl Dawkins and Greg
Kelser.
Dawkins is a huge center on
the Philadelphia 76ers. He has
been the darling of the fans
ever since he graduated from
an Orlando high school four
years ago, deciding to forsake
college and pursue his higher
education in the NBA.
Kelser played for 1978-79
national champion Michigan
State. He is a quick forward
who teamed with guard Magic
Johnson to give the Spartans
the class act of the past
college basketball season.
Kelser, though he received
less of the spotlight than
Johnson, was selected fourth
over-all by the Detroit Pistons
in the June NBA draft.
Dawkins and Kelser were
joined by Greg Jackson, a
former NBA player with
Phoenix and New York, Frank
Gilmore, a graduate assistant
at Florida State last year and'
brother of Artis, and Steve
Bell, an ex-University of Cin-
cinnati basketball and football
star. His brother, Dennis Bell,
helped arrange the game.
But David Langston is the
main man from whose head
sprung the idea. He is a past
hero in Port St. Joe who
helped lead the local team to
its first state championship in
many years and a leader for
two years on the Gulf Coast
Community College. He went
on to Drake University and the
Memphis Tams of the Amer-
ican Basketball Association.
Langston later coached at
South Alabama and Indiana
State. Now 28, he is the Gulf
County head of CETA, a
federal job-training program.
The game was to raise
money for a youth basketball
project Langston has started
in Port St. Joe. Using his
contacts, and those of Dennis


quick-set visible margins- -

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David Langston. Standing, left to right: Mike Kennedy,
Dennis Bell. Greg Kelser. Greg Jackson, Steve Bell. Darryl
Dawkins and Frank Gilmore. -Star photos


Bell, a former teammate at
Gulf Coast and at Drake, and
an ex-New York Knick, Lang-
ston pushed and promoted the
exhibition.
He must have done a
thorough job. The gym filled
quickly, though there was no
sign of the players as the 8
p.m. tip-off time drew near.
Bell had been commissioned
to transport the stars from
Panama City to the game.
Though Langston was ner-
vous about the late arrival of
his stars, he could feel relief
about the turnout.
The players finally arrived,
five minutes before starting
time, having become confused
about the difference in time.
Dawkins stole the show with
his pre-game warm-up. He is
best known for the way he
rams the ball through the
hoop. It is usually done with
extreme force and power and
the fans go wild when he does
it. They did Saturday night as
he rocked the goals time after
time with his specialty. He
wears two gold necklaces -
one studded with diamonds -
that read "Sir Slam". The title
doesn't exaggerate.
Sir Slam has originated his
own dunks and affixed them
with appropriate labels. There


are, to namc only a few, the
Rim-Wrecker, the Broom-
sweeper delight, the In-Your-
Face Disgrace and the best
crowd-pleaser, the Gorilla
Dunk, which raised Port St.
Joe's goal posts up off the
floor.
"Special K" Kelser, the last
to arrive, has yet to sign with
Detroit, and indicated that "a
substantial amount of money"
still separates him and the
Pistons.
Finally, at about 8:30, the
players took the court. The
crowd yelled, but there were
some questions. Like,
"Where's Larry Bird?" Some,
who were cynical from the
start, said they didn't think
he'd show up all along.
Dawkins and Kelser made
the fans forget all about Bird
as they began their show. True
to form, Dawkins went high
and mighty into the air before
shoving the ball home in a
variety of styles. Kelser,
showing grace and effortless
movement, also turned the
fans on.
The game itselt was truly an
exhibition, of playground bas-
ketball. A clock malfunction
turned the 16-minute first-half
into 32 minutes of playing
time. This, and the half-heart-


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PAGE TEN


The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County,
'Florida, met July 26.1979 in
continuation of the meeting,
recessed on July 24, 1979. The
following members were pre-:
sent: Chairman William R.
Branch, Leo Kennedy, Jimmy
0. Gortman, Douglas C. Bir-
mingham, and James L. Tan-
kersley. Also present were
Finance Officer Jerry Gates
and Administrative Assistant
Tommy Pftts. .
The Board discussed the
proposed Mosquito Control
operating budget. After dis-
cussion, Commissioner Bir-
mingham moved the budget
be adopted as presented,
except that the operating
supplies request be cut by
$500.00, the equipment request
be cut by $45,500.00, and the
gas, oil, and lubricants re-
quest : be cut by' $1,615.00.
Commissioner Kennedy se-
conded the motion and it
passed with Commissioner
Birmingham, Kennedy, Gort-
man, and Tankersley voting
aye. Commissioner Branch
voted nay, stating there was
no provision in the budget for
landfill operations that would
be required by the state.
Commissioner Tankersley
moved the Board accept the
same Supervisor of Elections
budget as the previous year.
Commissioner Gortman se-
conded the motion and it
passed with Commissioner
Tankersley, Branch, and Ken-
nedy voting aye. Commission-
er Birmingham and Gortman
voted nay, stating the full dues
:($370.00) of the office should
be paid. After discussion,
Commissioner ,eBirmingham
moved the Board pay the full
dues. Commissioner Gortman
seconded the .motion and it
passed with Commissioner
Birmingham, Gortman, Tank-
ersley, and Branch voting aye.
Commissioner Kennedy voted
nay, stating that with a 44
percent increase min salary,
$150.00 dues should be ample.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Birminglain, second
by Commissioner Gortman,
and unanimous vote, the Boad
approved the same .election
expenses budgetsag.the pre-
vious year. on -. ,r m
Upon motion -by-Gommle-
sioner Kennedy, second by
Commissioner Tankersley,
and unanimous vote, the
Board approved the St. Joe
Fire Control distribution be
split. A copy of the split is on
file in the Clerk's office.
After discussion, the Board
tabled the Civil Defense Bud-
get until the director could be
present.
The Board received a re-
quest from the medical exa-
miner for $6,000.00 for equip-
ment. Upon motion by Com-
missioner Birmingham, se-
cond by Commissioner Ken-
nedy, and unanimous vote, the
Board agreed to notify the
medical examiner that no
funds were available for
equipment for his office.
After discussion, the Board
tabled the County Judge's
budget request until he could
be present.
After discussion of the Ex-
tension Service budget, Com-
missioner Birmingham
moved the secretary be pro-
vided a 6.7 percent salary
increase, and the remainder
of the budget remain the same
as the previous year. Com-
missioner Kennedy seconded
the motion and it passed with
Commissioner Birmingham,
Kennedy, and Gortman voting
aye. Commissioner Tanker-
sley and Branch voted nay,
stating they felt more 4-H
scholarships should be pro-
vided.
Commissioner Gortman
brought up the matter of
having the flag raised at the
old courthouse in Wewahitch-
ka. The Board agreed to write
Andy Thomas, Department of
Health and Rehabilitative
Services, requesting his help
in this matter.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Kennedy, seconded by
Commissioner Birmingham,
second by Commissioner Tan-
kersley, and unanimous vote,
the Board agreed to write all
counties in the regional libra-
ry system requesting they
help in holding the regional


TO. STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, August 30, 1979


library budget increase to five
percent.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Kennedy, second by
Commissioner Birmingham,
and unanimous vote, the
Board agreed to ask for the
resignation of Bill' Lyles from
the Regional Library Board of
Directors. The Board felt
Lyles did not represent the
general consensus of the peo-
ple of Gulf County in this
matter.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Gortman, second by
Commissioner Tankersley,
and unanimous vote, the
Board tentatively approved
the Tupelo Fire Control bud-
get, Secondary Road and
Bridj_ Fund budget, and
Federal Revenue Sharing bud-
get.
Commissioner Gortman
moved the Board cut the
insurance appropriation
$3,000.00 and the engineering
budget $1,000.00, and adopt the
same budget as the previous
year for all other items in the
Board of County Commission
budget. Commissioner Bir-
mingham seconded the motion
and it passed with Commis-
sioner Gortman, Birming-
ham, and Branch voting aye.
Commissioner Tankersley
and Kennedy voted nay.
Commissioner Birmingham
moved the Board accept the


sani* budget as the previous
yearfor the courthouse oper-
ations, 'except for a $300.00
incmase in maintenance due
to the added responsibilities of
matitainihg the health clinic
and'. library.' Commissioner
Tariersley seconded the mo-
tion and it passed with Com-
misioner Birmingham, Gort-
man,, Tankersley, and Branch
votifig aye. Commissioner
Keil y voted nay.
Commissioner Birmingham
movld the Board adopt the
samebudget as the previous
year for the county building in
Wewahitchka, except for a
$500o.; .increase in utilities,
$306. 0'increase in mainten-
anc&' %r the Wewahitchka
Health Clinic, and .$401.00
increase in insurance pre-
miuns due to the renovation.
Commissioner Gortman se-
condedo :the motion and it
passed unanimously.
Commissioner Branch re-
linq ushed the Chair to move
the 6ard adopt a policy that
no a' ustments be made in the
tax 1 after the Tax Adjust-
ment Board meets unless
thereis an error in the roll.
Comniissioner Gortman se-
condod the motion and it'
passed unanimously.
There being no further.
bustbl the meeting ad-
journed.
Ml ^


VA Pension


Rates Increase


A recent increase of nearly
10 percent in some Veterans
Administration pension rates
may prompt some veterans to
take another look at the
"improved" VA pension plan
passed last year by Congress.
.,VA said the.rate increase
under the newest VA pension
program is tied directly to
increases in Social Security
payments. The latter were
ra 9.9 percent asakiaf;

Nearly 432,000 veterans
have asked the VA to switch
their pensions to the "im-
proved" plan.
And VA reminded eligible
veterans who haven't made up
their minds whether to "stay
put" or switch that they have
only until October 1 to qualify
for retroactive benefits.
The improved plan offers
substantially higher pension
rates than the old program,
but changes in some income
counted under the new plan
may make it advisable for
certain veterans to remain
under their current plan.
In establishing the im-
proved pension plan, Congress
stipulated that veterans may
switch to it at any time, but
must do so before October 1 if
they wish the higher rates it
provides to take effect retro-
actively to January 1, 1979.
VA pensions are based on
income and go to eligible
wartime veterans who are
permanently and totally dis-
abled from causes not trace-
able to their service, and who
are in financial need.
Pensions are also paid to
certain needy survivors of
wartime veterans.
Under the new pension
rates, a single veteran may
receive a maximum pension
of $3,902 a year, up from
$2,364.
Because certain income that
is ignored under the old plan is
counted in computing eligibili-
ty for the improved plan, VA


'The girl who blushes needs
no make-up." Russian Proverb


said some veterans will .be
better off not to switch plans.
In cases where it is not to the
veteran's advantage to elect
the new program, VA has been
advising them to remain un-
der the old pension program.


A question that has been
coming up frequently these
days concerns what effect
retirement before age 62 or 65
has on a person's future social
security retirement payment,
David Robinson, Social Secur-
ity Representative for Gulf
County, said recently.
This increased interested
seems to stem from, the
greater number of people who
retire from private industry
well before the age at which
socialcurity benefits can be
paid. In some cases, people
can retire as early as 55,
Robinson said.
It's difficult to tell exactly
how early retirement will
affect payments in specific
cases unless all the facts are
known, including a person's
annual earnings for each year
since 1950.
In figuring a person's bene-
fit, five years of the lowest
earnings since 1950 can be
disregarded. In most cases,
these "dropout" years are
from the early 1950's when


average earnings were much
lower than they are now.
Earnings for the remaining
years, after adjustment for
increases in wages over the
years, are averages and the
benefit rate is figured from
this average.
If a person retires from
work covered by social secur-
ity at 55, seven years before
age 62, then, not only must
lower earnings from the past
be included, but two years of
zero earnings be figured in.
As a result, a worker who
retires well before the normal
age could generally expect to
receive a significantly lower
benefit than would a worker
who continues working up
until age 62 or 65, Robinson
said.
People who want more
information about their own
situation can get answers to
their questions at the Panama
City Social Security office,
located at 30 West Govern-
ment Street. The telephone.
number is 769-4871.


Alfred M. Nettles Promoted to

Rank of Staff Sgt. In Air For"


MINUTES




) Gulf County Commission


Channel 7 Airing

Lewis Telethon
The 14th annual Jerry Lewis Labor Day
Telethon Against Muscular Dystrophy will be
broadcast in the Gulf Coast area by
WJHG-TV September 2-3.
Originating from Las Vegas, the TV
spectacular is held to benefit the medical
service and research programs of the
Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). The
21% hour entertainment marathon will be
carried by a "Love Network" of more than


200 TV stations in the continental U.S.,
Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico. Ed
McMahon will,again serve as Jerry Lewis'
anchorman.
WJHG, Channel 7, will "cut away" from the
network show approximately 15 minutes
every hour to present firsthand reports of
MDA activities in the Northwest Florida area
supported by proceeds from the Telethon and
other of the agency's fund-raising events.
MDA maintains a clinic at Gulf Coast
Community Hospital in Panama City and
operates a summer camp for children with
muscular dystrophy and related neuromuscu-
lar diseases at Blue Lake Camp 'near
Andalusia.


Bus Service Offered to



and From GC College


Two school buses will oper-
ate again this fall between
Gulf County and Gulf Coast
Community College. One bus
will travel between the Col-
lege and Port St. Joe, with the
other serving Wewahitchka.
The buses will run every
school day beginning on Sep-


tember 4.
The Wewa school bus will
leave from the Junior Food
Store in Wewa at 6:45 a.m.
every day. The bus will make
other stops on the way to the
College if driver Liz Rice is
notified.
The Port St. Joe bus will
leave Port St. Joe High School
,at 7:30 a.m. EST and will stop
at the telephone office, Main
Street and Avenue "C", High-
land View and other places as


requested.
A driver is still needed for
the Port St. Joe bus. Anyone
interested in driving the bus
should contact Temple Watson
at the Gulf County School
Board or Dean Frank Eise-
man at the College.
Both buses will leave Gulf
Coast Community College on
the return trip at 3 p.m. on
Monday, Wednesdays and
Friday and at 3:25 p.m. on
Tuesday and Thursdays.


Robert Lewis of 241A Ave. A,
Port St. Joe.


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10 Yea r Term
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need. Cash for home ImprevemeeL, hbusiss
opportunity, education, or other purpss.
Concord refinances existing 2nd mortgages.
Loan closings arranged at your comvanme.

Concord Equity Corp.
Call Toll Free
1-800-241-7122


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Alfred M. Nettles, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Willie F. Frazier of
102 Liberty St., Port St. Joe,
has been promoted to the rank
of staff sergeant in the U.S.
Air Force.
Sergeant Nettles is an air
cargo specialist at Charleston
Air Force Base, here, and
serves with a unit of the
Military Airlift Command.
The sergeant is a 1971
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School.
His wife, Sonja, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.


Early Retirement


Affects S. Earnings


NOTICE


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

S. $800.00
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


Old-fashioned Country Style
Home-made Smoked Sausage.
The Best Tasting Sausage in
the South.

MacClendon's Ham 'N' All

Pure Pork $ 59

Smoked Sausage Lb.



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Tea Bags




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40 piece service
for only $10.00
ON OUR PLAN




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Flatware
25c
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$3.00 purchase


2 PKGS. $ 19
. .. OF 6
2 16 z. $109
LOAVES


24 oz.
LOAF --


U.SjD.A. CHOICE TABLERITE LIP-ON U.S.D.
RIB EYE STEAK $3L" Rl
U.S.D.A. CHOICE TABLERITE
BONELESS CHUCK ROAST
U.S.D.A. CHOICE TABLERITE
BONELESS CHUCK STEAK
U.S.D.A. CHOICEE TABLERITE WHOLE
NE YORK STRIP :t'4eLb.A-
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TABLERITE FRESH 4 Lbs. or More$ 1A
GROUND BEEF ILb.
Tablerite Fresh & Lean$
SMALL SPARERIBS $13?
Lykes. Party
HAM HALVES $ lS
20 lb.
SMOKEY BEAR BAG
CHARCOAL I


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TOTINO ASSORTED
PIZZAS
EDWARDS COND. ASSTD.
Pies . .
MRS. SMITHS
Pie Shells ..


SIZE 9
38oz 199
. SIZE

* 79*


DOVE 99Q
LIQUID BOTTLE


Tennessee Mountain Growl


TOMATOES
3 1b $b00
tray $ 0
Large Head
LETTUCE
Green 2
CABBAGE
Pascal


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/$l00


. Lg. Stalk 39
U.S. No. 1 Round
White
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Reg. or Beef
LL FRANKS. PkLb. 26
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SINGLES PKG.
BLUE BONNET WHIP 6 STICK
Margarine ..Ib.PKG,.


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RICE . .


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Giant Size39

TIDE $


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CARROTS Bag 19C
Calif. Large
RED PLUMS .. LTrb.
Tender Okra "ag
Yellow Squash 59
Ga. Red
Sweet PotdLoes .. 23
Select Medium
Yellow Onions Bag 59
Fresh Homegrown
Scuppernongs Lb. 79c
Let Us Stock Your Freezer with Fall Crop
Peas, Okra, Corn,
Squash, Butterbeans
AT WHOLESALE PRICES


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KEEPER POCKET
Reg. $88 88
$4.19 W | Reg. 99c 00

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NOTEBOOK
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Shelled Peas .. By Bag or Bushel


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Coconut or Carrot $169
FROZEN CAKES 24 oz
Classic Frozen Combination. Sausage
Mushroom, Pepperoni/Mushroom $069
TOTINO PIZZAS 2ooz "
Minute Maid Frozen $13
ORANGEJUICE 16oz 8133


Country Style
PATTIE OLEO


4 8oz95c


Jumbo Size Sweet 410
HONEYDEW MELONS each4


Large California
BELL PEPPERS
Golden Yellow
SWEET CORN


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THF STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, August 30, 1979 PAGE THIRT.


"* /E. American Cancer Society, Florida
Dinpion, is funding $863,594 worth of grants
foin scientific research at major Florida
'.ntedical schools for their 79-80 fiscal year.,
.I announcement was made recently at the
Sxijiety's state research committee meeting
* >F Orlando by the chairman, Edward R.
"Koger, M.D.
, Koger said, "It is a major philosophy of the
-'sOety to spend a large portion of the national
budget (32.4 percent) on research because the
key to solving the mystery of cancer lies in
research. It is because of new treatments,


.'Gulf County' students and
teachers will enjoy services of
VISTA volunteers again this
'year. Frank Barnes, Student
, Services contact person, re-

Be Ready

to Stop


technologies, and drugs discovered through,
research, one out of three patients is being
saved today compared to one out of five a
generation ago. And it could be one out of two,
if the disease were detected early and treated
promptly."
During recent years, about 50 anti-cancer
drugs have been discovered, and more are
being tested. Some of these anti-canicer drugs
are combined to help combat such diseases as
childhood leukemia which have increased
survival rates for half the leukemia patients
treated in various centers around the country.
Anti-cancer drugs have been combined with


cently received notice that
Gulf County would be served
by two VISTA coordinators
this year. Last year we were
served by only one. Mrs.
Willie Mae Daniell served
Gulf County last year enlisting
42 volunteers. These volun-
teers served approximately
25,000 student and teacher
hours combined.


This year Mrs. Daniell will
tor Buses be serving the Port St. Joe
area while Mrs. Martha Lan-
The time for those big jer will be serving the Wewa-
\74et -O school buses to be on' hitchka area. These ladies will
th4 ,highways transporting sbgoonbet'enlistiflg adult volun-
children to school is near said teers to work with students
the Florida Highway Patrol and teachers in an effort to
recently. enrich and improve academic
."Stopping for a school bus educational experiences of our
while loading or unloading is youngsters.
irritating to many drivers,"
said Colonel Eldrige Beach, If you car sit and listen to a
director of the Florida High- child read, assist the child
way Patrol. "But when one with any school activities,
things of the consequences type, operate duplicator or
such as injuring or killing a copiers, assist with bulletin
child, stopping becomes eas- boards, move children from
ier." one activity to another, or you
have some special skills your
signal lights both front and services can be used. Any-
rear to warn other drivers. A thing that a volunteer does to
red arm extended from the help the student or- teacher
bus is the signal for other provides more time for the
vehicles to stop while children provides more time for the
load or unload. luteacher to teach. "Be A
load or unload. Volunteer;, You'll Like It."


Drivers behind the bus must
stop for the red signal and
oncoming drivers must stop
unless the highway is divided
with an unpaved space at least
five feet wide or a physical
barrier. Also school buses stop
at all railroad crossings.
W "The safest thing for other
drivers to do is be prepared to
stop any time they see one of
those yellow school buses,"
concluded Beach.

Three of the B vitamins -
thiamin, riboflavin and
niacin-play a central
role in the release of
energy from food.


If you have as much as an
hour a week you can give on a
regular basis, please contact
the coordinator in your area.
In Port St. Joe, call Mrs.
Willie Mae Daniell at 227-1558
between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00
p.m., Monday through Friday.
If Mrs. Daniell isn't available
leave a message and she'll
contact you.
In the Wewahitchka area,
call Mrs. Martha Lanier at
639-2379 between 9:00 a.m. and
3:00 p.m., Monday through
Friday. If Mrs. Lanier isn't
available, leave a message
and she'll contact you.


2nd Mortgages for Homeowners
Concord Equity Corp.
Call Toll Free 1-800-241-7122


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................
MORNING WORSHIP ................
CHURCH TRAINING .................
EVENING WORSHIP ................
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)....


9:45 A.M.
11:00A.M.
5:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.


Rev. J. C. ODUM, Jerome Canter,
Pastor Minister of Music


LONG SLEEVES
SOLIDS &
PATTERNS
SIZES 1 1% 2-


surgery which, in turn, have increased the
survival rates in such cases as breast cancer.
Koger added, "in 1978, the American
Cancer Society funded up to $2 million for
clinical testing of interferon which fights
virus infections and appears to slow the
growth of some cancer cells. Interferon is a
protein substance produced by a virus
infected animal cell. Preliminary results of
interferon against bone and breast cancer
and lymphomas (disease of lymph nodes)
have been promising."
Within Florida, American Cancer Society


SLIGHT IRR:S


$111


funded research, is being conducted at:
University of Miami, University of Florida,
University of South Florida, Florida State-
University, and Life Sciences Biomedical
Research Institute.
In addition to the $863,594 worth of grants,
$27,000 has been allocated for R.G. Thomp-
son, John J. Fomon, and James R. Fisher
memorial summer research fellowships for
medical and pre-medical students.
Koger concluded, "Without voluntary con-
tributions to the society, the grant funded
cancer research would not be possible."


.Students, Parents, Have Menu Options

Students and parents will regulations published last Au- National Academy of Sciences alternates. This will increase Schools must involve stu- keep fat, sugar and sa


* have a stronger voice in school
lunches under U.S. Depart-
.ient of Agriculture regula-
tidos to take effect this fall.
The' regulations also provide
new. menu options for school
lunch managers, according to
# vid B. Alspach, regional
jminijstrator of the depart-
ent's Food and Nutrition
*SerVice.
.The regulations are part of a
major change in,school lunch
patterns proposed almost two
yeats* ago. Base on interim


gust, ie department has
conducted field tests of the
new patterns and schools have
been free to use them on a
voluntary basis.
Tht. department planned to
publish final regulations as a
unit. However, contractor de-
lays in providing results from
the field tests made this
impossible. Also the depart-
ment prefers to take into
account an expected revision
in the Recommended Dietary
Allowances published by the


thta
por
I
Sec
'Ib
nev
the
pat
str
fur
sue
I
coI
pai
low


at may affect proposed
rtion sizes.
n Washington, Assistant
cretary of Agriculture Carol
cker Foreman said, "We
ed complete information on
e impact of new meal
tterns on nutrition, admini-
ation and cost, before any
their regulations are is-
ed."
n the meantime, based on
moments received, the de-
rtment has issued the fol-
wing rules in final form:
Rice and pasta cereal
ains such as bulgur and corn
ts may be served as bread


menu choices, particularly in
areas where rice or pasta are
staples of an ethnic diet. The
new rule does not alter the
number of servings required
to meet the minimum bread
requirement.
Schools must serve unfla-
vored lowfat milk, skim milk
or buttermilk. They may offer
other choices as well. This will
help schools reduce the per-
centage of lunch calories
derived from fat. Schools that
have already entered into milk
contracts for 1979-80 may
request a temporary excep-
tion from their state agency.


dents and parents in school
lunch activities. Schools or
state agencies may design
their own programs for this
purpose. This involvement
helps increase student parti-
cipation, acceptance of foods
and nutrition awareness,
Foreman said.
It is recommended that
schools offer food choices or, if
choices are not offered, that
no one form of meat or meat
alternate be served more than
three times a week. Recom-
mendations to help schools
increase the use of foods rich
in vitamins A and C, and to


It at a


moderate level will be issued
later as guidance materials.
Under the school lunch
program, meal patterns are
used to insure that lunches
served across the nation meet
nutrition requirements. The
approved pattern, formerly
called Type A, includes meat
or meat alternate, fruit and-or
vegetable, bread or bread
alternate and milk. These
requirements are reviewed
periodically to reflect new
nutritional knowledge and eat-
ing habits. The regulations
appeared in the August 17
Federal Register.


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GREAT FOR
PLANTS OR
SMALL
FISHII


OUR REG. PRICE:
*1.97


JUMBO

GLASS

ROOTER

5" Iize


$


7


Monday, Sept. 3
No school. Labor Day.
Tuesday, Sept. 4
Hot dog with bun, baked
beans, French fries, jello with
citrus, cookie and milk.
Wednesday. Sept. 5
Chicken and rice, green
beans, orange juice, corn-
bread, cake and milk.
Thursday, Sept. 6
Fish, potato salad, English


DISH

SETS (

*VARIOUS
STYLES & COLORS
*18 PC. SET -
6 BOWLS, 6 PLATES,
6 CUPS


peas, cake, roll, and milk.
Friday, Sept. 7
Cheeseburger with buO,
mayonnaise, catsup, corp,
orange juice, fruit pie, ar d
milk. :
Menus are subject to change
due to availability of food.

"If you would not i.J4
known to dodo anythi
never do it." Emerbit*


*32 PC. SET:
6 BOWLS
PLATES
6 CUPS & SAUCERS
6 DESSERT PLATES
1 LARGE PLATTER
1 LARGE BOWL

$897


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Again This Year


First United

Methodist Church

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

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


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PAGE FOURTEEN inunRuSx. nugusit au, 19 inL'KUnauA, Augus .Iu, 19i7

SGulf Coast College Offering

Seven Courses In Port St. Joe
S Gulf Coast Community Col- fall semester, with all courses Registration for these clas-
ege will be offering seven to be taught at Port St. Joe ses will be Tuesday, Septem-
courses in Port St. Joe for the High School. ber4, 1979, 6:30p.m. EST, also




GDrH HC

YOUR FRI





PRESS


at the high school.
The classes offered and the
days they will meet are as
follows: ARH 2000 G, Under-
standing the Arts, Thursday;
ACC 1021 F, Principles of
Accounting II, Tuesday; COC
1300 E, Introduction to Data
Processing, Tuesday;
Enc 1103 P, Freshman Eng-
lish I, Wednesday; EUH 1000
P. Western Civilization.


Thursday; MAT 1024 H, Basic
Algebra, Wednesday; POS
2001 N, Introduction to Gov-
ernment, Monday.
For further information on
these classes, contact the
Registrar's Office at Gulf
Coast Community College,
769-1551, est. 201.
"The mind of each man is
the man himself." Cicero


"The cow does not know
the value of her tail
until she has lost it."
George Herbert


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UR BUSINESS IS LUMBER!
IRE TREATED LUMBERe 2x4 STUDS PANELING VALUE
Size 8-ft. 10-ft.112-ft. a,^'F,#


For Outor Projects
for Outdoor Projects


4x4 4.69 5.991 7.49
Pressure treated lumber for all
of your summer outdoor pro-
jects. Especially made to with-
stand pests, rot and decay.


Beautiful simulated wood
grain paneling. Just right for,
any room of your home.
Choice of two wood tone
colors.


INSULATING DOORS
Mill Finish Storm Doors At LOW G&H Prices
ENERGY Y SAVING VALUES FROM G&H tf t l A


LAWN BUI LDING
Tough, Durable
Roomy 8 S
Stor-Mor $ 1 -.
Interiors and exteriors feature 5-step rust resistant
baked-on polyester finish. E-Z adjustable sliding doors
on no-catch nylon guides. Weather tight roof and wall
panels. Quick simple set up, with instructions included.


No. 120


CROSSBUCK FULL VIEW 32-In.
'No. 127 No. 121 W W
Mill finish aluminum, sturdy and easy to
install. Come complete with all. parts,
ready to install. Reg. $49.99. No. 120.
CROSSBUCK A999
A Favorite WReg. 59.
FULL VIEW 99
-Extra Beauty M RY g.69


Be/iwood
KITCHEN
CABINETRY
5' Starter Set
Stylish And
Inexpensive.
Values From G&H &
Belwood


1IxWO Scottsdale...$249


--------- Tough Vinyl
GARDEN HOSE
S 4 '/2-in. x 50-ft. Two ply
4 for extra strength.
No. 501. Reg. $3.49.


ATTIC
FAN

$79
No. 304. Reduces load on aircon-
ditioning in morning and after-
noon. Shutter available extra.


FIBERGLASS
PANELS

6-ft. Panels
Translucent panel in 26-in. width.
Green, white or clear panels. Easy
to put up. Other sizes available at
slightly higher prices.


Unifront cabinetry in the Heritage design.
Just right for the Do-lt-Yourselfer who wants
a perfect cabinet.
5' Starter Set does not include sink, faucet or countertop.
SHINYL VINYL FLOORCOVERING
By Congoleum


49
Sq. Yd.
Select Patterns


GOOD LATEX -
HOUSE
PAINT


Reg. $8.99. Good quality at
a great price. White only.
BEST ACRI


LATEX
PAINT


99
oal.
kNo. 4500


Easy to install in full 12' width. Beautiful no-
wax finish keeps its shine. Spills just wipe up.


INDOOR/OUTDOOR CARPET
Super Value From G&nH ome Center



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4-IN. BRUSH
188E*.
Ea. F
Sale Prices Good Thru Tues.
We reserve the right to limit
quantities. No sales to dealers.


G&H
In Springfield
Plaza Shopping
Center


Ask Salesman
About FREE deliV-
ery program &
G&H Revolving
charge account.


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Hwy 98
Panama City
7:30 5:30 M-F
8:00 4:00 Sat.


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GULF COUNTY GUIDANCE CLINIC :.
SUICIDE PREVENTION
CRISIS COUNSELING
EMERGENCY EVALUATIONS
24 HOUR -
EMERGENCY SERVICES
CALL 227-1145


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esistant. Reg. $13.99.


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