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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: October 11, 1979
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1979


County, Roads




Re-classified


Maintenance Local Problem


The Department of Trans-
portation has been working on
the State Legislature to pro-
vide it with more money to do
its job properly in the state.
SThe DOT says it is not
-1receiving enough money from
the gasoline taxes to do all it
has to do.
One of the ways the DOT
plans to meet its responsibili-
ties is to return responsibility
for road care and mainten-
ance to the municipalities and
counties in the state.
Gulf County Administrator
Tommy Pitts' this past week


advised the two municipal
in Gulf County and the C
Commission of the st
they, would be expect
maintain.
Pitts said the DOT
re-classified roads in the
into four categories:
road system, state hig
system, county road sy
and city street system.
The new classification
roads in; the state p
out that -municipalities
maintain their own st
from the eighth cent gas
tax returned to them fo


alities
'ounty
streets
ed tc

r has
state
park
[hway
ystemi

on oi
points
must
reets
soline
r this


Bomb Threat At



Wewa Hi School
A Students at Wewahitchka High School were evacuated
from the school and sent home before classes could get
underway Tuesday morning, when a male caller called the
school and told school administrators that a bomb was set to
go off in the building at 9:00 a.m.
According to Gulf County Sheriff Ken Murphy, the call
came into the school at 8:45, giving the school officials only 15
minutes to evacuate the premises. "They sounded the fire
alarm and emptied the schools with a fire drill", Sheriff
Murphy said.
Murphy said that by the time he and his deputies arrived
at the scene, the time had come for the bomb to explode, but
it hadn't, Murphy said they waited for another 30 minutes or
.so to see what would happen, then entered into a' thorough
S search of the building, but no trace of a bomb or explosive
{ device could be. found. ..-, .. ...... .. ........
dr Iti the meantime, the students had been sent home for the
day.
Murphy said his department continued to inspect the
building throughout the day Tuesday and the school resumed
classes Wednesdiy morning.
This was the first bomb threat to be made against the
Wewahitchka school, though a similar threat was made to a
Port St. Joe school several years ago. That threat, too, turned
out to be false.


s purpose. Counties must main-
, tain all roads returned to their
s jurisdiction, which includes
o many miles of roads formerly.
maintained by the DOT.
s According to Pitts' outline,
e Gulf County will be responsi-
ble for all roads in the county,
y except certain roads in the two
municipalities, with the ex-
ception of State' Highways 71
and 98.
;s MORE TO MAINTAIN
t In Gulf. County, this gives
s the county more responsibili-
' ties since the state has been
s. maintaining the.Overstreet
Road, State Road 22 from
Wewahitchka to the Bay Coun-
ty line, the Dead Lakes Dam
road, State Road 30-A, State
Road 30-E (state park road)
and the Industrial Road in
Port St., Joe.
The County will oppose,
especially, the return of the
Overstreet Road, the state
park road and State Road 22 to
their jurisdiction. Their claim
is that these roads specifically
join two communities, serve
state installations and connect
two primary highways, and
should not be in their jurisdic-
tion. The county would receive
no more money than it is now
receiving from the state for
maintenance purposes unless
the gasoline tax collections
increase.
CITIES HIT HARD
The two municipalities ip
the .c.ouLty-wibebit especial-
ly hard as neither hap an
adequate amount of road
repair equipment, taxing abil-
ities to pay for the work nor
the personnel. Their street
(Continued on Page 2)


Picketers march across


entrance to St. Joe Paper Company Container Division


StrikLe Container Division Walks Out


St. Joe Paper Company's Container Division
plant here in Port St. Joe was shut down Monday
morning, when members of Papermakers Union 379
put up a picket line across the entrance to the local
plant.
About 80 employees are off the.job by the strike
which was triggered by a dispute with the company
over a Panama City worker who was not put back
on the job after he returned to work following an
absence for a period of time because of illness..
, The container divjsqtwIrers set -pp a picket
line across the truck and railroad efitrances to the "
plant on Highway 98, carrying out, the contents of a
notice they had given the company after a strike
vote was taken last week.
Union president, Troy Jones, told media


representatives the unions no longer have ahn
arbitration clause in their contract with the
company, leaving the strike as their last recourse in
a disagreement.
Company officials refused comment on the
matter but said talks on the dispute would probably
be resumed next week. The talks were broken off
late last week after a marathon of meetings which
failed to settle the impasse.
. Wallace Tillery, the local's- vice president in
charge of the container division section of the union,
said strikers have asked non-union truck drivers not
to use other entrances to service thebox plant. If`
trucks service other access points to the plant, he
said, the union will set up pickets at other gates
which would close down operations of the entire


mill.
Yesterday at press time, pickets were still
, confined to the one gate entrance to the mill.
There is still no indication of how long the
workers will stay out, although Tillery said the local
is ready at any time to "get together" with the-
company and resume work.
Company supervisors are now operating the
plant, which manufactures paperboard boxes. The
supervisors, office workers and truck drivers do not
belong to the union
P'lidl fTar, the riike has been peaceful with no"
harassment or violence. According to Tillery, the
unions intend to keep it this way.
This is the first strike against the. local box
manufacturer, since it was started in the early '50's.


County Must Come Up with Extra Cash


Hospital Is Having


Money Problems
Municipal Hospital Admin- the cash shortfall ar
istrator Richard Zyski told the $8,000 to $10,000 a mon
Board of Directors Tuesday debts and a differ
night that the Hospital is in $5,000 to $10,000 a
trouble financially. between what the 1
Zyski said the hospital has normally charges ai
$125,000 worth of bills it cannot Medicaid pays for its
pay due to lack of'income. in the hospital. "Thb
Zyski has advised the Board pay what you charge,
in the past-that the cash flow is a percentage of wh
not sufficient to meet the define as your opera
operational costs, and said penses", Zyski said.
Tuesday the Board needs to The Board is now
come to grips with the situa- The Board is now t
tion and find some solution.to come up with some so
the problem. the cash flow problem
Zyski out-lined the problem probably have a sugg
as being caused by several begin action toward
things. The most serious cause. within the next two
of the shortage of revenue is weeks..
lack of patients being referred Some of the prol
by the local practitioners to expected to be solve
the hospital. Zyski said it new surgeon, Dr..Joe
takes an average of 23 patients and OB-GYN Dr. R. W.
per day to break even and the build their practices
patient load has been running the city. Already this is
about an average of 15 to 17. to the patient load
Other things' which cause hospital.


'e about
th in bad
ence of
month
hospital
id what
patients
ey don't
they pay
iat they
eating ex-

rying to
lution to
and will
estion to
this goal
or three

blem is
d as the
Harper
N. North,
here in
s adding
at the


Faced with a light agenda
Tuesday morning, the County
Commission came to grips
with several small problems,
Tuesday, including how to pay
the Supervisor of Elections,
Mrs. Dessie Lee parker, an
additional $4,300 on her salary
for last year, an increase


Congressman Earl Hutto
announced from Washington,
D.C. this week that the
President has signed into law
H.R. 4388, which provides
funding of water projects for
Bay and Gulf Counties.
The bill provides funds, for
the operation of Port St. Joe
and Panama City Harbor.
Port St. Joe will receive
$400,000 for operations and
maintenance and Panama
City will receive $218,000.
Hutto said this Public Law,


which was mandated by the
Legislature in April of this
year.
The law, passed by the
Legislature, gave all Supervi-
sors in the state a raise in pay
in the middle of a budget year,
causing all counties to have to
scratch around for the extra


96-69 would provide over $2,-
000,000 for studies and further
operations and maintenance
for District One's river and
harbor projects.
Hutto said he was "partic-
ularly pleased" by the early
action on this legislation.
"This measure was one of the
first pieces to clear the House
and Senate and provided me
the opportunity to appear
before the Appropriations
Committee to testify on behalf
of our District's projects,"
Hutto commented.


money to make the payments
with.
Gulf County, in particular,
was hard hit by the state law,
since their last year's budget
was very tight and there just
wasn't $4,300 laying around
loose to be used for the
purpose.
Nevertheless, the Board de-
cided they had better pay the
money and try to work out the
financing in some way, or
another.
They grumbled at having to
pay out an unbudgeted item
after the new budget has been
set for the coming year and
did not contain the extra item.
OBJECTS TO SPEED TRAP
The County instructed its
attorney, William J. Rish to
write a letter objecting to the
"speed trap" which they felt
was being operated on the
Tyndall Air Force Base reser-
vation.
Rish wrote to General Earl
Brown, Commander pf the Air
Force in the Southeastern
states, objecting to the harass-
ment of motorists travelling
U.S. 98 through the reserva-


tion. Rish's letter cited in-
stances where he felt undue
attention was paid to a minor
traffic infraction.
The same situation existed a
couple of years ago, but had
apparently cooled down again
until recently when Air Police
began to get what the Com-
mission feels is a little over-
zealous on their job.
OFFER BEACHES WATER
A letter from Mexico Beach
Tuesday said the Bay com-
munity is offering water ser-
vice to residents and busines-
ses at Beacon Hill and St. Joe
Beach. The beach community
is planning to begin work soon
installing a water main to the
Gulf County beach areas.
SThe letter said it would cost
residents $237.00 and busines-
ses $336.00 to tie onto the water'
main.
The Commission said they
would accept the idea, but
would urge the Mexico Beach
community to plan for fire'
plugs in their water mains to
furnish fire protection to the
beach areas.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,


the Commission:
-Unanimously approved a
resolution opposing a bill
being introduced by Senators
Jack Gordon and Dempsey
Barron to legalize the sale of
marijuana in Florida. The
Resolution was introduced by
Commissioner Leo Kennedy.


The Municipal Hospital
Auxiliary and friends of the
hospital have started a drive
to raise funds for the purchase
of a portable x-ray and an
infant care unit to be placed in
the delivery room of the
hospital, it was announced
this week.
The equipment will be pur-
chased through donations
from clubs, industry, busines-
ses and individuals throughout
the county. An estimated cost
for the two pieces of equip-
ment will be about $25,000.


-Approved a suggestion by
Commissioner Billy Branch
setting out new policy for the
Road Department to follow,
which would give the Commis-'
sion and the director more:
direct control over the opera-
tion of the largest of the:
county services.


An intensive letter cam-
paign will get underway early
next week soliciting donations
to the equipment purchase.
A special account for the
donations is being set up in the
Florida First National Bank at
Port St. Joe to receive the
donations.
Anyone who may wish to
donate for the needed equip-
ment may send their dona-
tions directly to the bank or to
Dr. Shirley Simpson. Checks
should be. made out to "Spe-
cial Equipment Fund".


Pay




Day

It was pay day last week at the Gulf
County School Board as county band
organizations made payments on loans
made to them by the Board to purchase
band uniforms.
In the photo at left, Tracy Pierce of Port
St. Joe presents Superintendent Walter
Wilder with a check for $3,500. The Port St.
Joe group still owes $1,300.
In the photo at right, Grady Dean of
Wewahitchka presents Wilder with a check
for $3,000. His group still owes the Board
$800.00. -Star photos


iI


Harbor Gets Federal


Operation Money


Campaign Starts to


Buy Equipment


_JB










,, -PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 1979


,,EDITORIALS:




Russian Challenge


| Not Military

S, Our first thought on the Russian combat the American devil. They
Troops being in Cuba were probably probably had a hand in most of the
much like yours. The Russians had problems in Central and South
--"no business having a military unit America ever since they first came
only 95 miles from Florida and we to Cuba several years ago.
wanted them out at any cost. We feel the challenge to the
,.4L. We have changed our mind, United States should be met with our
.. after much has been written and own expertise.
said about the matter. If 3,000 Russian troops and the
We didn't change our mind small nation of Cuba can edge the'
b because of President Carter's United States presence away from
.speech, as we felt he side-stepped our neighbors, we have only our-
..i~the matter rather than gave a good' selves to blame, not the Russian
reason for doing nothing about the troops.
situation. There is no military threat as we
We still feel the Russians have see it. If we can't handle 3,000
.no business having a military troops, we are already in trouble
S:I presence so close to our shores, but whether or not they are in Cuba.
most of the worry is gone after If our nation with all its
nking about the matter for a resources can't overcome the Rus-
-' ."while.i" sian and Cuban persuasion with our
neighbors, we are in trouble again.
g .. We see the presence as a So don't blame the Russians or
rV ,challenge to the United States. Cubans; blame the United States of
S; Surely the Russians are in Cuba America if our presence among our
to train people all over the Central neighbors isn't a' pleasant relation-
.~ and South American regions to ship.




I nThey Are Great

,W We've been remiss in our duty in the person -of Dan Crews. Since,
here in these columns. Smith's resignation came in the
S" With the start of the tbll summer, the School Board didn't
;oo. have much time to go shopping for a
season, we were just a little dubious elacemen
..4 replacement.
a bout what our high school band Crews has filled the slot very
; would do this year, after three years Ce, he s
of spoiling the local fans with their well, even th orugh the uwas a la
superb half-time shows. To tell the Smithe
ruth, we went to the football games All our misgivings are now
Sas much to see and hear the local behind us. The band is just as good
band as we did to see the football as ever and is doing an admirable
Steam perform. job each Friday night, representing


With me resignation, of ttay
Smith last year, we thought all this
would come to an end. Smith did
such a good job of making a rag-tag
bunch of potential musicians into a
fine performing group.
Now we have a new bandmaster



County Roa

repairs have been performed be on the cou
* in the past by the county under To do this
the secondary road program. receives abos
In Port St. Joe, the City will which is alre
- be responsible for maintaining along with loc
all streets and roads within what mainte
the city limits with the City does on
exception of the two state gutters, ditc
highways, Industrial Road etc.
: -from U.S. 98 to the Wastewa- In Wewahi
ter Treatment Plant, Garrison will be respo
-Avenue from S.R. 71 to Ward tenance of all
S Ridge and Niles Road in front exception of
of the high school. These will City Highway


This Ibis makes like a living weather vane in St.
Joseph Bay, standing on an old piling and pointing his


Sthe mYwsicai- prograiqot our mhignh
school. I 111,
If you haven't been to a game ;
this year, simply because you
thought the band wouldn't be up to
snuff, you need stay away no longer.......
They are great. By BILLI


ds
nty road system.
work, the City
ut $24,000 a year,
ady being spent,
cal tax dollars for
nance work the
streets, curbs,
hes, sidewalks,

itchka, the city
nsible for main-

1 streets with the
the old Panama
y and the road


From Page 1


leading to the Dead Lakes
Dam.
PLAN TO FIGHT
Since the- county cannot
keep up with maintenance of
the roads already under its
care, the Commission sees
down the road where the
added responsibility being
placed on it by the state will
result in either more money
coming to the county for that
purpose from some source or
the county roads deteriorating
to a worse condition than they


already are in.
There is no definite date
given for the turn-over of
responsibilities by the DOT,
but in the past, in warning of
the coming action, the DOT
has said it will maintain
responsibility for all roads
presently maintained by them
until the roads are put into
first-class condition. Presum-
ably, this means they will be
resurfaced by the DOT before
they are turned over to the
county.


Psalm 118:24 (KJV)
Key Word: Rejoice
"This is the day the Lord
hath made; we will rejoice
and be glad in it."
There are many verses and
passages of scripture in God's
Word that seems to project its
.truth right into your spirit.
Psalm 118:24 is such a one.
Just think THIS is the DAY the
Lord hath made. He did make
it so what are we going to do
with it. All too often we waste
it, profane it, and do every
other thing imaginable with it
except ,follow God's instruc-
tions. He said REJOICE and
be GLAD in it. These words
"rejoice" and "glad" carry


nose to the southeast into the wind. Then it could be the
bird was just enjoying the sunshine which has been so
scarce as of late and the cooling breezes which came to
the Gulf coast late last week and are still here, making
this time of the year the best in Northwest Florida.


Johnson State Rep. of

Investigation Firm


World Wide Investigators,
Inc., a division of Recoveries,
Inc. of St. Louis Missouri and
having offices in all 50 states
and four countries overseas
has selected as its representa-
tive in Florida, Private Inves-
tigator, Walter K. Johnson of

with them the meaning of
"exceedingly rejoice" and
"exceedingly be glad."
You know God does things
on a grand size scale. You will
never find Him thinking of
anything but the best.
Every morning when you
get up begin your day with the
confession of Psalm 118:24.
Say out loud, "This is the day
the Lord hath made. I will
rejoice and be glad in it!"


'Port St. Joe. Johnson was one
of 700 applicants who applied
for the position and will be in
charge of operations in this
area.
He is a graduate of Gulf
Coast Community College and
currently attending classes at
the Panama City extension
center of University of West
Florida. Johnson received an
Army commendation medal
and served for five years as an
undercover narcotics agent in
the Army and has in the past
volunteered services to local
law enforcement.
He is married to the former
Betty Gilbert of Apalachicola
and has two daughters. He
resides with his family at 521
9th St.


Doctors#


Speak to


Rotary
Port St. Joe's new doctors
were guests and the program
of the Rotary Club last Thurs-
day at their regular noon
meeting.

Dr. Joe Harper, a new
surgeon in Port St. Joe, with
offices in the south wing of the
Municipal Hospital, told the
club members a little about
himself.
Harper, a soft-spoken man
of few words, used only a few
words to tell the chlb mem-
bers that he was a native of
Georgia, reared in Jackson-
ville, received his medical
degree at the University of
Florida, interned at the Uni-
versity of Mississippi hospital,
went back to Gainesville for
three years of surgical resi-
dency at Shands Teaching
Hospital, practiced in Fort
Walton Beach for 10 years as a
resident surgeon, spent a
short while in Bonifay and
then came to Port St. Joe.
Dr. Harper used a few more
words in stating that he was
delighted to be in Port St. Joe,
saying he found the people
very friendly and receptive.
Dr. North, the jolly one of
the. two, also practices in the
south wing of the Municipal
Hospital on a temporary
basis.
North, a native of a small
town named Loxahatchee,
Texas, went to school at
Southwestern University in
Texas, interned at the famous
Methodist Hospital in Dallas
and took his training in
Obstetrics and Gynecology in
Dallas. He served three years
in the Air Force and practiced
with a doctor group in South-
west Virginia for nine and a
half years before coming to
Port St. Joe.
Dr. North specializes in
obstetrics and gynecology.
He also says he is impressed
with the friendliness of the
people in Port St. Joe. It's
the only place, I ever saw
where you drive your car with 4
one hand and wave to those 7
who wave to you in passing
with the other hand."


SALTY
SALLY


ETA OI SHR.

By; Wesle)


NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK
Here we are, right smack in the middle of
National Newspaper Week and nobody has
declared it a national holiday yet.
Most special weeks are marked by some-
body getting a day or two off from work, but not
the newspaper people. They have a 24-hour-a-
day, seven-day-a-week job which must go on,
despite holidays, or special days or weeks.
I must tip my hat to the Post Office people,
however: they observed a part of National
Newspaper Week by taking off Monday of this
week. They said it was to observe Columbus
Day, but deep down in my heart, I know it was to
observe the beginning of National Newspaper
Week.
Thanks guys and gals for the recognition.

AT EASE
We finally got through with our painting,


y R. Ramsey


fixing, changing around and sprucing up at our
house. Everything is back where it should be,
including the kitchen, which nearly caused a
small calamity by being out of commission for
about a month while our son-in-law, Tommy
Oliver, overhauled the old kitchen, changing it
around, etc.
We ate off a crock pot, an electric grill, and
an electric fry-pan for nearly a month and took a
trip to the utility house when we wanted
something from the refrigerator.
Tommy served notice to Frenchie that she
must clean out the refrigerator before he moved
it back into the kitchen. "That thing weighs a
ton!" he declared and didn't want to risk a
hernia a second time by moving it back loaded.
Our refrigerator is an adventure in itself.
Frenchie only cooks about three times a week
and she doesn't throw anything away. It goes


into a bowl and into the refrigerator. Needless to
say, with her practice of gang cooking, we need a
large refrigerator.
Well, the refrigerator got cleaned out before
it went back into the house. Some of those dishes
which had been cooked up ahead got shoved to
the back, in some mysterious way, after they had
been put on the table for two or three meals.
There were things like two hot tamales, a bowl of
home-made soup, some barbecued goat (no
wonder it was still in there), two or three half
jars of pickles, four kinds of jelly, half a bowl of
salad, and a brown sock which I had been
missing for a month, among a multitude of other
bits and pieces.
We still have a well stocked refrigerator, but
almost everything which is in it now is current. It
can still go into the weekly soup pot without
wondering just what it was when it was first
cooked.
The new kitchen has been getting a working
over now that it is back in operation once more.

SILLY SEASON
Our editor friend, Bill Phillips over in
Wakulla says this is the beginning of the "silly
season". The "silly season" is the beginning of
the campaign season for the presidential
candidates.


Editor Phillips says:
"The nature of news in our country
requires stress on the odd, the unusual, the
deviate and the imperfect. The readers require
it.
"But the readers and viewers shouldn't 9
expect any great truths from it. The best the
media can offer is an attempt to present both
sides (of the political stories) and let the reader
judge. But that in itself is misleading if each side
isn't of equal weight.
"So here we go into another silly season.
"Watch and weigh the candidates and read
all about them. Don't take the issues too
seriously- such issues as inflation, recession,
joblessness, vanishing energy source, life and
death.
"We've already been told over and over that
Kennedy is moving toward the middle, where
Carter is already. So the chances are that
regardless of which one is elected, he'll do the
same thing.
"But keep an eye on their personalities, how
they live their lives, who their friends are and the
other really important things. And then pick the
one you'd want to buy a used car from."
That sort of narrows down the field, doesn't
it?

GROANER OF THE WEEK
This fellow wanted to beat his insurance
company so he went down to the Corner Cloning
Clinic and had himself a clone made.
He took the new clone to the top of a high
building, made him disrobe so he could save the
clothing and pushed him off, expecting to collect
on his own insurance.
But he didn't get away with it.
He was arrested for making an obscene
clone fall.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 1979


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Glenn W. Daniels, 48, of
Wewahitchka, died last Mon-
, day in Bay Memorial Hosptial
following an extended illness.
Daniels was a life long resi-
dent of Gulf County and
attended Glad Tidings Assem-
bly of God Church in Wewa-
hitchka. He worked for Gulf
County as a heavy equipment
operator for 26 years. He was
a veteran and married the
former Edna Louise Ducker.
Survivors include: his wife,
Mrs. Edna D. Daniels of
Wewahitchka; on daughter,
Brenda Nunnery of Wewa-


hitchka; three grandchildren;
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Daniels of Wewahitchka; five
brothers, Carl Daniels ,of
Kinard, Sambo Daniels of
Wewahitchka, Charles Dan-
iels of El Paso, Texas, John
Daniels of Wewahitchka, and
Bill Daniels of Fort Walton
Beach; and three sisters,
Nada Edenfield of Panama
City, Elizabeth Cook of Pa-
nama City and Henrietta
Dingle of Edmond, Okla.
Graveside services were at
Cypress Creek Cemetery in
Kinard, conducted by the Rev.


PAGE THREE


Rites Held for Woodwork
Mrs. Carroll, 93
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Mrs. Lula Bell Carroll, 93,
passed away last Monday at
Bay Convalescent Center.
Survivors include: one bro-
ther, Homer Howard Griffin of
Chattanooga, Tenn.; and
several nieces and nephews.
Graveside services were
held at Holly Hill Cemetery
conducted by the Rev. C.T.
Laws.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fune-
ral Home, Port St. Joe.

David Warren with full mili-
tary honors.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fune-
ral Home, Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.


Scheduled
A class in woodworking for
adults will be held on Thurs-
day nights from 6:00 p.m., to
9:00 p.m., at the High School
Trades Buildings in the wood
working shop.
W. A. Jones of Port St. Joe
will be the instructor for the
class. Anyone interested in the
course can sign up at the wood
shop on October 18. No fee will
be charged, however all ma-
terials must be furnished by
the student.
For more information call
229-6119 or come by City Hall
Recreation Office.


20 Years On Force
Ninety-five years of law enforcement experience met
last week to help Port St. Joe Policeman Howard Rogers
celebrate his 20th year on the Port St. Joe police force.


School


News
by Steve Sullivan


The first six weeks of school
has ended and the dreaded si
weeks tests are behind us. 1
hope everyone has done well
The Wheelettes held a meet-
ing Friday during school for
the election of their officers
for the 1979-80. school year.
The elected officers are: Kari
Harper, president; Lisa Lara
more, vice-president; Sharie
Mirms, secretary; Mary Lou
Sewell, treasurer; Lavon
Pace, parliamentarian; and
Pam Coney, historian. The
Wheelettes, sponsored by Ms.
Eells, is a girls club affiliated
with the Rotary Club.
The St. Joe Singers gave a
mini-concert in the gym Fri-
day duringischool. The St. Joe
Singers are practicing in
preparation for a trip to the
Peanut Festival in Dothan,
Alabama, October 15, for
choral competition. The mem-
bers, under the direction of
f Ms. Ann Aldiidge, are as fol-
S lows: Mari Harrison, De'aina
Wright, Jackie Fennell,
Franklin. Hodges (vocals),
Peggy Wright (piano), Brian
Burkett (strings), Charles
Butler (trumpet), Ralph
Thompson (saxophone), Andi
Bush (drums), Donny Mc-
Ardle (bass), Chris Adkison
(guitar), and Steve Sullivan
(guitar).
The Junior High Sharks and
the Junior Varsity Sharks
went to Wewahitchka Thurs-
day, October 4; for their
games. The Junior High
played first and the Sharks
tamed the Gators twenty to
fourteen. The Junior Varsity
played next, but the game was
not finished because of heavy
rain. The Junior High Sharks
are very proud of their first
win of the season.
The Varsity Sharks met
another worthy opponent Fri-
day night, the Apalachicola
Sharks. The two teams were
well matched and at the end of
the regulation game, the score
was zero-zero. In double over-
time, the mighty St. Joe
Sharks came out on top
thirteen-twelve.
Port St. Joe High School was
'honored to have been chosen
to host the District Meeting of
the National Honor Society.
The meeting was held Satur-
day morning in the commons
area. Guest speaker was
Honorable Leonard J. Hall of
Panama City. Other speakers
were Mrs. Shirley, vice-prin-
cipal of our school, and Mrs.
Rich, guidance counselor at
the school. They talked on
various subjects such as state-
wide NHS convention, scholar-
ships and senior testing in-
formation, and student atti-
tudes toward the Functional
Literacy Test. There were
NHS members from schools in
Chipley, Wewahitchka,
Blountstown and Marianna.
The entertainment was pro-
vided by the St. Joe Singers. A
luncheon was served by the

Office Sets

Longer Hours
The Florida State Employ-
ment Office -will be open
Monday through Friday from
8 to 5, on a temporary basis for
the next couple of months.
The special hours are to aid
the public in meeting its
.employment needs.
Those who need the services
of the office are encouraged to
call. 227-1892 or come by the
office at 401 Long Avenue.


Motel St. Joe. The NHS will be
holding various- fund raising
events and the sponsors 'Ms.
Walker and Ms. Noble ask for
the support of the citizens of
the surrounding community.
Our principal, Mr. Williams
has been out of school because
of the death of his father. We
have all missed him and wish
to welcome him back.


Helping Rogers celebrate were, shown above, from left
to right: Sheriff Ken Murphy, 22 years; Rogers, 20 years;
Wayne White, 22 years and retired Port St. Joe officer, M. A.
Kelley, who had 30 years on the local force before his
retirement last year. ---Star photo



Sharks Hand Out

Incentive Awards


During the Shark football
season, after each game,
the coaches give incentive
awards to individuals and
groups as they are earned.
The following awards were
earned this week.
The Blue Gorilla award
(given to the offensive line
when the team gains over 150
yards rushing) was received
by Chuck Stephens, Patrick
May, Jerry Shores, Ashley
Abrams, Darrell Brown and
Joey Raffield.


Capt. Wayne Pate Is


Assigned to
Capt. Frank Wayne Pate
has recently reported for duty
i at Tyndall AFB after a three
year tour on duty at Neu-
brucke, West Germany. He
was presented the Air Force
Commendation Medal for de-
monstrating outstanding ser-
vice in performance of his
duties on behalf of the U.S. Air


Navyman

Johnson

On Albany
Navy Torpedoman's Mate
Seaman Apprentice Edward
D. Johnson, son of Robert L.
and Doris V. Johnson of 131
Bellamy Circle, recently visit-
ed Rijeka, Yugoslavia.
He is a crewmember aboard
the guided missile cruiser USS
Albany, operating from Gae-
ta, Italy as a unit of the U.S.
6th Fleet.
His ship made a four-day
'stop in Yugoslavia's largest
seaport as part of efforts to
spread goodwill, overseas.
Rijeka, located on the Adriatic
Sea, is an important center for
commerce and famous for its
nearby resort islands.
The Albany is 673 feet long
and carries a crew of 1,000
officers and enlisted men. The
flagship for the Commander,
6th Fleet, she can also accom-
odate 68 personnel assigned to
a command staff. She is
outfitted with guns, missiles
and an anti-submarine rocket
launcher.
A 1977 graduate of Port St.
Joe High school, Johnson
joined the Navy in August
1977.


Tyndall
Force.
A graduate of Port St. Joe
High School and Florida State
University, Capt. Pate was
commissioned through Offi-
cer's Training School at Lack-
land AFB, Texas in 1972. He
holds a Master's degree in
Human Resources Manage-
ment from Pepperdine Uni-
versity. At his present duty
station, he is serving as an
instructor weapons controller.
Capt. Pate resides in Calla-
way with his wife, Jae, and
their nine year old daughter,
Meredith Anne. Parents of the
couple are Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Pate and Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Joines of Port St. Joe.

CARD OF THANKS
The family and other rela-
tives of Mrs. Josephine Arbo-
gast wish to express.apprecia-
tion and sincere thanks for the
many expressions of sympa-
thy and for the delicious food
and beautiful flowers present-
ed on the occasion of the loss '
of our loved one.
A special thanks to the
doctors and medical staff for
their dedicated cheerful ser-
vices so faithfully provided.
The generosity and hospitality
of her many friends in this
area made it easier to bear
our loss and also revealed to
us the wide circle of friends
which meant so much to her
and who grieved with us at her
passing.
We shall always remember
the many kindnesses shown us
and we shall always be
grateful for the kind words
and favors that came to us on
this sad occasion.
The family of,
Josephine N. Arbogast


HIGHLAND VIEW

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


SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M.
WORSHIPSERVICES..... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRA INING (Sunday) ........ 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.


Nursery Provided


BRO. JERRY REGISTER,
Interim Pastor


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The Black Gorilla (down
linemen when opponent gains
less than 100 yards rushing)
was given to Chuck Stephens,
Patrick- May, Allan Sisk,
David Bray, Ronald Minger,
Dusty May and Jerry Shores.
The punting team of Patrick
May, Michael Harris, Dusty
May, Jerry Shores, Castle-
dara Gant, Darrell brown,
Blane Cox, Rick Taylor, Roz
ell Jenkins, Jerry Shores and
Allan Sisk received the Black
Fork award for allowing less
than five yards on all punt
runbacks.
Individual awards were re-
ceived by Dusty May, Jerry
Shores, Michael Harris and
Jeff Wood, all of whom inter-
cepted an Apalachicola pass
during the game. Getting an
award for causing an inter-
ception were Alan Sisk and
Jerry Shores.


WE MADE A SPECIAL PURCHASE l

FROM A FAMOUS MANUFACTURER OF L

AMERICAN MADE PHENOLIC HAND CRAFTED

PLANTERS. BECAUSE OF THIS SPECIAL

PURCHASE THESE ARE PRICED AT LEAST

60% OFF WHAT WE WOULD
NORMALLY HAVE BEEN ABLE

TO SELL THEM FOR.

BIG SELECTION BIG VALUE
S(A LL CAN BE DRILLED FOR DRAINAGE, IF DESIRED)


OBITUARIES:


Funeral.Rites Held for

Glenn W. Daniels, 48


First United

Methodist Church

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

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




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Nancy Middlebrooks and




Michael Wimberly Wed

Miss Nancy Jean Middle-
brooks and Michael Brannon
Wimberly were united in
marriage on September 22 at
4:00 in the Gentian Baptist
Church of Columbus, Ga. The
ceremony was performed by
Sthe Rev. Pat Nobles.
The bride is the daughter of,
r. and Mrs. Willis Brewster
Middlebrooks, Jr. of Colum-
bus, Ga., and the groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. George H.
Wimberly, Jr. of Port St. Joe.
The bride was radiant as she
i scended the aisle on the arm
of her father. Her formal
length gown was accented
With a scooped neckline, out-
T~ned with delicate lace. Her
S veil, also edged in lace, fell to
cathedral length.
S Mrs. Cheryl Flowers of
Macon, Ga., served her sister
S as matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Debra Middle-
brooks, sister-in-law of the
bride of Tampa; Dawn Gools-
by of Columbus, Ga.; Patti
Hutcheson of Sandersville,
Ga.; and Kathy Lumpkin of
Savannah, Ga.
S George Wimberly served his
son as best man. Serving as
groomsmen were: Mark Wim-
berly, brother of the groom of
S Port St. Joe, Craig Karpiak of
Miami, Dean Black of Bir-
mingham, Ala., and Ed Hol-
S land of Pensacola.
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Following the ceremony the
bride's parents hosted a re-
S ception at the Gentian Baptist
. Church. The bridal couple
departed on a wedding trip to
-Cancun. Mexico.
S The couple will make their
h ome in Augusta, Ga. Mrs. Michael Brannon Wimberly
REHEARSAL a rehearsal dinner on the eve Fellowship Association of Co-
The groom's parents hosted of the wedding at the Christian lumbus, Ga.


Port St. Joe Garden Club Will


iLearn About Bulb Planting


The October meeting of the
Port St. Joe Garden Club will
:be held next Thursday, Octo-
,er 18, at the Garden Center
'n'Eighth Street at 3:00 p.m. A








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program on the planting and
care of spring flowering bulbs
will be given by Mrs. Bobby
Jackson.
All members are urged to
attend and bring a friend.
A major .emphasis will be put
on increasing membership
during the upcoming year.


Youth Having
Rummage Sale
The Church of God youth
will have a rummage sale this
Saturday, October 13 at the
corner of 5th Street and Reid
Ave.


Jolley Weds Rodriquez


In Poolside Ceremony


Teresa Jolley and Jose
Rodriguez, Jr. were united in
marriage in a private cere-
mony with their families and a
few friends in attendance.
Rev. Donald Fischer per-
formed the double ring pool-
side wedding in Brandon, on
Saturday, September 1 at 6:30
p.m.
The bride is the daughter of
Ray and Nita Jolley of Port St.
Joe and the bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. J.M.
Rodriguez. Sr. of Tampa.
The evening ceremony took
place in the picturesque back-
yard at the home of the bride's
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
I.R. Dawson. The lawn was
beautifully adorned with a
variation of trees, shrubbery
and flowers with the pool as
focal point. Hanging plants


were scattered throughout to
complete the garden scene.
Taped Hawaiian music was
played.
Teresa was radiant as. she
was escorted thru the garden
to the poolside by her father.
She wore a Spanish design
bridal gown of white chantilly
lace. The fitted bodice fea-
tured a squared scalloped
neckline accented with tiny
seed pearls and sequins. The
long fitted lace sleeves ended
at the wrists with ruffled
cuffs. The very full skirt of
cascading ruffles flowed to the
back into a chapel length
train. Complementing the
gown was a double tier finger
length veil of silk illusion with'
a chantilly lace border decor-
ated with seed pearls and
sequins to match the gown.


She carried a bridal bouquet
of miniature white pom poms,
rosebuds, and baby's breath
with streamers of green satin
tied with love knots.
For something blue, the
bride wore a necklace mount-
ed with small pale blue stones,
which was worn by her mother
on her wedding day. For
something borrowed, she wore
a ring loaned to her by her
grandmother, and for some-
thing old. she carried a
handkerchief which belonged
to her great grandmother.
The bridegroom was hand-
some in his white tuxedo tails
with a green satin vest and
matching green tipped ruffled
shirt. He completed his attire
wearing a boutonniere of a
green rose surrounded by
white baby's breath.
Miss Sandra Jolley, the
bride's only sister, served as
maid of honor. She was lovely
in a floor length gown of misty
rose quiana. It was designed
with a square neck and empire
waist, with a slightly full soft
flowing skirt. She carried a
single long-stemmed green
carnation with satin stream-
ers tied with love knots.
The groom's father served
.him as best man. He was
attired in a gray suit with a
misty rose shirt and a white
boutonniere.
The mother of the bride was
dressed in a mint green floor
length gown with a blousant
bodice. A full accordian pleat-
ed skirt fell from the fitted
waist. The mother of the
groom chose a floor length
gown of emerald green, which
included a matching lace
jacket.
Mrs. Clayton Baird, mater-
nal grandmother of the bride,
was dressed in a powder blue
polyester knit dress with white
accessories. Mrs. Rodriguez,
paternal grandmother of the
groom, was dressed in laven-
dar with white accessories.
The mothers and grandmo-
thers all wore corsages of
white carnations nestled in
white net tulle and satin
leaves trimmed with white
bridal ribbon.
The register table was
decorated with a single large
white wedding ball placed to


Mr. and Mrs. Jose Rodriguez, Jr.


one side of the bride's book,
which was attended by Miss
Debra Dawson, cousin of the
bride.
A champagne toast was
given to the couple by the
groom's father prior to the
initial cutting of the cake. The
two tiered wedding cake was
decorated with green and held
the traditional bride and
groom on top.
The refreshment table was
tended by Miss Linda Dawson,
cousin of the bride, and Miss
Mercedes Rodriguez, sister of
the groom. The table was


decorated with a center piece
made of white roses and
daisies entwined with baby's
breath and bridal lace ribbon,
with a white dove set atop the
arrangement. Burning white
tapers stood in double base
candle holders placed at each
end of the table. Lime sherbet
punch was served from a tiera
crystal punch bowl and hors d'
oeuvres were served from
matching crystal platters.
After the wedding trip, the
couple will make their first
home at 4504 N. 18th Street in
Tampa.


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St. Joseph Bay Chapter
Daughters of the American
Revolution will soon be in full
swing again. Board meetings
have been held in September
and October on the second
Tuesday, and the first regu-
lar luncheon meeting follow-
ing the long summer recess is
scheduled for the third Wed-
nesday of this month, October
17, at the Garden Center on
Eighth Street at the noon hour.
The meal will be served as
usual by members of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club. Hostes-
ses for this first meeting are
Mrs. Thomas Owens, Mrs.
L.W. Wells, and Mrs. Charles
B. Smith.
October's program will be
on "American Patriotism",
and the guest speaker will be
the Honorable George G.
Tapper of Port St. Joe, a
former member of the Florida
Senate. In keeping with the
national DAR theme for
.1979-80, "A Tapestry of Ser-
vice", he will speak on "The
U.S. Air Force Weaving a
Tapestry of Service of our
Past, Present, and Future".


The chapter's Regent, Mrs.
Thomas Owens has recently
returned from St. Petersburg
where she attended the Fall
Forum of the Daughters of the
American Revolution of Flor-
ida, which is a workshop or
pre-planning session for the
benefit of state officers and
local regents. It was held
September 23 and 24, begin-
ning with a reception for state
officers on Sunday evening,
the workshop on Monday
morning, and closing with a
lovely luncheon. The purpose
of this meeting, according to
Mrs. Owens, was mainly to
plan for the State Conference
which will be held in St.
Petersburg also on March 20,
21, and 22, 1980.

Local activities during the
summer recess included a
splendid Flag-Day service on
June 14 and the observance of
"Constitution Week" in Sep-
tember, and members are
looking forward to an exciting
program for the new year
which will be historical, edu-
cational, and patriotic.


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Jerome Canter,
Minister of Music


Stephanie Gaddis

Observes Her

2rd Birthday
Stephanie Julaine Gaddis
celebrated her second birth-
day October 6, with a party at
her grandparent's home. She
is the daughter of Garry and
Traci Gaddis of Mexico
Beach.
Stephanie's grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. James 0.
Middleton and Mr. and Mrs.
James E. Gaddis. She is the
niece of Terri Lyles, Terresa
Capps, and Allen Gaddis, all of
Mexico Beach.


DAR Will Have


October Meeting


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Alice Ann Lewis and Gus


McClellan Are Married
Eureka Presbyterian
Chirchin Calhoun County was
the setting for the wedding
uniting Alice Ann Lewis and
Gus Tiff McClellan. The cer-
emony was an event of
September 30 at 3:00 p.m.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. William A. Lewis, Jr.
and the late Dr. William A.
Lewis, Jr. Parents of the
groom are Mr. and Mrs. Gus.
B. McClellan of Blountstown.
Rev. William Christie of
Tallahassee officiated. Nup-
tial music was provided by
organist, Hope Peacock along .. .
with vocalist, John Woodham.
The church was beautifully
decorated with an arch of
greenery complemented by a .
crown of daisies and large
Boston ferns. The family pews
were adorned with large bows
of yellow and white satin.
Given in marriage by her
brother, Buzzy Lewis, the
bride was radiant in a formal
length wedding gown of white
Quiana-desigried and made by
her sister. The fitted empire
waist was designed with a
scoop neck and long sleeves
Covered with white lace and
iridescent eed pearls, it also
featured a standing shaped ._ I
collar of matching lace. The I s.
flared skirt extended into a
chapel length train. Her veil,
of white tulle was trimmed at
the bottom with a row of seed
pearls and attached to a lace .
cape embroidered with seed
pearls. She carried a bouquet'
of white daisies and a hand-
kerchief which her father
brought back from Switzer-
land after WWII.
SServing the bride as matron
of honor was her sister, Fran
Rosbough. Bridesmaids were
Jill Jacobs, Teresa Ramsey,
Janna Fairchild, Teresa Mrs. Gus Tiff McClel'an
Dekle and Chris McClellan,
.sister of the bride. Jr. brides- Bob Sizemore; and Kerry Clark, cousin of the bride,;
maid was Tanya McClellan, White. served punch.
sister of the groom. For her daughter's wedding, For traveling the bride
The attendants wore identi- Mrs. Lewis chose a street chose a green wool skirt with a
cal floor length gowns of length dress of peach knit with beige blouse and plaid vest
bright yellow Qulana, styled a matching jacket. Her attire along with matching accesso-
with empire waistlines and was complemented by a cor- ries and a corsage of white
Straight skirts. Over the dres- sage of white daisies. daisies.
ses they wore circular, white, The grooms mother wore a Following a wedding trip the
.voile capes accented with dark turquoise knit dress with couple will reside in Blounts-
white daisies. They carried matching accessories and a town where the groom is
nosegays of yellow and white corsage of white daisies. employed with McClellan Sod
daisies. Following the ceremony, the Farm.
Brooke Lewis, niece of the bride's brother and sister-in- Attending the wedding from
bride, served as flower girl. .law entertained the wedding White City was Mrs. Faye
rife wor~ a fl length w .. party aVd. 6d' ess .witsIta .'dod nan. ,
lw n of tricot with a pinafore reception in their home.
'of the same material as the The bride's table was cover- Singers at
attendants' capes. She carried ed with a lace tablecloth anders t
ia basket of yellow and white was centered with the three
Daisy petals. tiered wedding cake. The cake W.C. Assembly
Greg Mills, cousin of the was adorned with fresh dai-
groom, served as ring bearer. sies along with a border of The Hallelujah Singers will
Serving the groom as best fern and daisies. The groom's be at the White City Assembly
man was his father. Ushers table featured a chocolate of God Church Saturday,
were Kim Lewis, brother of cake. The cakes were served October 13 at 7:00 p.m.
the bride; Lyn McClellan, by Jill Jacobs, Teresa Ram- Rev. Jack Strader, pastor of
cousin of the groom; Cleve sey and Cindi Lewis, sister-in- the church, invites everyone
Fleming; Hayes Braswell; law of the bride. Mrs. Ann to attend.


Presbyterian


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 1979


PAGE FIVE


Women Met Shonnie Coffing Weds RoyPeterson
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necentiy
The women of the Church of
the First Presbyterian Church
met with Mrs. J.R. Smith
Monday, October 1.
Mrs. Harold Beyer gave the
devotional outlining the order
of service as set forth by each
Wingli and Calvin, plus the
guidelines for Presbyterian
worship. Mrs. Beyer also
called attention to the correla-
tion between the hymns and
the scriptures as indexed in
the hymnals.
During the business meet-
ing, the circle noted a donation
of $5.00 to the Wayfarer's
fund.
Those present were. Mrs.
Tom Ely, Mrs. Hugh White,
Jr., Mrs. John Stuart, Mrs.
Henry Campbell, Mrs. A.E.
McCants, and Mrs. Beyer.


The Church of God of
Warsaw. Indiana was the
scene of the marriage of
Shonnie Berneil Coffing and
Roy Levaughn Peterson, Jr.
on Saturday, August 25. Rev.
Glen Mitchell, pastor of the
church, officiated at the dou-
ble ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Dean
Coffing. Sr., of Pierceton,
Indiana. Parents of the groom
are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Le-
vaughn Peterson, Sr., of Port
St. Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Harter of
North Webster, Indiana, pro-
vided pre-nuptial music. Mrs.
Harter, pianist, rendered
several selections chosed by
the bride and groom. Mr.
Harter, vocalist, sang. "Wel-
come to My World", "You


Gulf County

School Lunch



Menus


Monday, Oct. 15
Pizza, corn, relish cup,
apple crisp and milk.
Tuesday, Oct. 16
Chicken and rice, green
peas or mixed vegetables,
orange half, roll and milk.
Wednesday, Oct. 17
Fish and chips, banana
pudding, carrot sticks, corn-
bread and milk.
Thursday, Oct. 18
Hot dog, cabbage slaw,
French fries, brownie and
milk.
Friday, Oct. 19
Tacos with lettuce, tomato
and cheese, corn, half an
apple, and milk.


CARD OF THANKS
The family of J. E. "Judge"
Pridgeon would like to thank
everyone for the many cards,
flowers, visits, food and pray-
ers offered for the family
during the loss of their loved
one.
THErFAO LY


Farrah L. Daniels

Farrah Has

Birthday Today
Farrah L. Daniels will be
celebrating her first birthday
today with a party.
She is the daughter of Mr.
Archie L. Daniels and -Miss
Mary A. Ramsey. Her grand-
parents are Ossie Williams
ai=.an-i, 9a4iagnd^Gene Daniels:


Light Up My Life", and
"Thanks To God."
The bride was attended by
her sister, Mrs. Brad Brown of
Pierceton, as matron of honor
and Miss Debbie Cook of Avon
Park as maid of honor.
Another sister, Lorilane Cof-
fing, served as flowergirl.
Bridesmaids were Miss Linda
Shock of Pierceton, Lori Kru-
ger of North Webster, and
Mrs. Jeff Maggard of Colum-
bia City.
The groom was attended by
Calvin Goggins of Avon Park
as best man and William A.
Stump, Jr., uncle of the bride
of Pierceton, as assistant to
the best man. William A.
Stump III, cousin of the bride,
served as ring bearer. Other
attendants were Lonnie Cof-
fing, Jr., and William J.
Coffing, brothers of the bride,
and Donald Baker of Pierce-
ton.
A reception was held follow-
ing the ceremony in the
church's social room. Servers
were Anita Adams of Warsaw
and Denice Vanator of North
Webster. Bonnie Adams and
Ilda Adams were in charge of
the guest book and gifts.
The bride attended Wawa-
see High School and was
employed by Penguin Point
Franchise.
The groom is a graduate of
Port St. Joe High School. He is
employed by Ben Hill Griffin
of Frostproof.
The couple left immediately
following their wedding for
their home in Avon Park.

Church Extends

Its Gratitude
The Highland View Church
of God would like to thank
everyone who sold, helped
prepare and deliver fish din-
ners last Friday. It was a very
big success.
We would also like to
apologize to the people who
received their lunches late.
You were gracious and kind. If
you were in any way dis-
pleased we are very sorry. We
really had not planned on 500
lunches, but the Lord really
filled our nets and it was a
chore getting them out in two
or three hours. May God bless
you.
Rev. William Toichton
;* *. *^--*-- -- 4 'I -


Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Peterson, Jr.


Sophomore Community

Service Day

Oct. 13 Call 229-8251

"We'll Do Your Chores for
A Day"
L--,. ,


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
MORNING WORSHIP ................ 11:00:AM
EVENINGWORSHIP ................ 7:00 PM.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT .................. 7:00 PM




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


Sheteta Nacole Chambers
Will Celebrate
with Party Sun.
Sheteta Nacole Chambers
daughter of Angela Harvey
and Darius Chambers, will
celebrate her second birthday
with a traditional party at the
home of her grandparents,
Sunday, October 14.
She is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clennis Harvey
and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Chambers. Great grandpar-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Cuth-
bert Farmer.


Decorating

Lessons


Beginner Class
P Starts

Oct. 22

Day and Night Classes Supplies Furnished
Fee: $15.00 for 8 week course
To Register, Call before Oct. 19
Addie Burch 648-5908


Men's Hunting Boots

by Georgia Giant

Sizes 6-13 Width R & XW


5358 Men's 8" boot, Tan Seminole uppers,
raised moccasin vamp, half gusset tongue,
brass hooks and eyelets, drill lined vamp,
unlined quarters, cushion insole, natural gum
.crepe oil resistant sole and scoop heel.
gProcess 82 construction.


2Neel'sd Avenue

222 Reid Avenue


JoFtrestone


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$2999










PAGE SIX


E B. MILLER


ACREAGE
S high & dry acre with 2
"i fbdrms, 1 baths, mobile
i home, added 14x20 Florida
room. Thisgarden spot is on
SHwy. ,71, 18-mi. from Port
St. Joe and features such
S'goodies as fruit trees, grape
i arbor, approx. 3 acres ip
Pasture, enough grass for 3
Scows and hay storage area..
lAlso. a storage shed with
',1 added overhang to protect
e quipitent. See this to be-
live it and only $24,000.00..
ic >"'*'. -


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THIVITR1ny. OCT. 11, 1979


LOOK AT


We're Here For You.T
Each offKc is indrpndently owned and operated.


GULF AIRE


Planning to build? Would you like the advantages
of living at the beach and working in town, 8 miles
away? Gulf Aire offers lots from $9,000 up with long
term increase in value potential. Check it out.


BEACON HILL
Deluxe 4 bdrm, 2 bath
home, fronts on U.S. 98. 2
story with sun deck with a
beautiful view of the. Gulf.
Completely furnished,
ready for occupancy.


. -- PORT ST. JOE -


Nopw Listing 3 bdrm, 1 ba.,
screened breezeway, 2 car-
carport..This fine,home has
.-cypress panelling through-
:out. Call for appt. 1105
Palm.

1?30x90' commercial lot oh.
Scorner of Reid Ave. & 5th St.
t '.A" ss alley from City Hall.
Priced right and owner will
finance.
,!New Listing 3 bdrm, 2
bath, den, back porch, stor-
i Sage shed. On' 1/ Ig. lots in
;:'Vexcellent location. This
t home has been completely
redecoratedtd and is a plea-
sure to see. 1101 Garrison.

i.Excellent brick home, 3
bdrm, 2 ba.,' plus Ig. den, 2
icar. garage, sprinkler, sys-
temn in nice location. FHA
| mortgage at 9g.percent in-
terest may be assumed. 102
Yaupon.

S3 bdrm, i bath, recently re-
modeled on 2 fine lots with
Strees..Assume F.H.A. mort-
gage at 8% percent interest.
'Payments $199.00 a month,
including taxes and inter-
est. 212 12th St. $25,000.

-- MEXICC
t;' Deluxe, blue ribbon home. 3
Sbdrms, 3 baths, double in-
sulation, fireplace, swim-
ming pool. Paved- drive,
Vaulted ceiling. This.is a
hohi'yoti can be 'prpud of .
for many, many years.
Tenn. Ave.


3 bdrm, 2 bath on come riot
with g. living rm & big com-
fortable den. Chain link
fence, storage shed, shallow
well & pump. 619 Marvin.
.4 bdrm. frame house on 1%
lots. Liv. rm with fireplace,
sep. dining rm, cen. h&a,
chain link fenced backyard.,
.Owner will paint exterior
,and do finishing touches.
1025 Long Ave.

Lovely corner lot, 3 bdrm,'
ba home, liv. rin w-dining
area, den, eat-in kitchen,
carpeting thru-out. Room
for the children and con-.
venient to schools. 2111
Palm. _
Corner of McClellan & 10th
St. Brick 2 bdrm, 1 bath, Ig.
eat-in kitchen, dining rm w-
fireplace, liv. rm. w-fire-
place, den w-fireplacee
Many built-in bookshelves
and custom features. Shown
by appt. only.
1.1 acre commercial loca-
tion, corner Butler Rd. & U..
98. Excellent motel, gas
station or store site. But-
. ler's Rest. sign located in
middle of this tract. Call for
further details.
) BEACH -


New Listing 12x54' furn.
mobile home on 50xl50'.lot
just 1 block from the beach.
A spacious floor plan, 2
bdrms, 1 bath, kitchen w-
dining area, and liv. rm. A
nice place to live and nice
.price, too. $21,000.


Charming 3 bdrm, 2 bath home on 1/ canal lots
with boat dock. Vaulted ceiling and fireplace in large
den overlooking 'canal. Priced below replacement.
Cen. h&a, commodious double garage.


-- %- F T RFAfLI


New Listing Fantastic op-
portunity! Beige brick home
on east side of Hwy. 98 with
huge bay windows. 3 lg.
bedrooms, den, utility rm,
25' kitchen dining rm, very
Lg. living Florida rm. with
brick fireplace wall. Cedar-
lined closets. Chain link
fenced yard. Also adjoin-
ing acre & 100' beach lot.
Over 3 acres altogether.
Well sell separately!


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

1976 Tiffany mobile home on


75x174' cleared lot. Excel.
cond., buy equity, take over
'.pmts. 3/2 blocks back from
98, Gulf St.


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


648-51


1800 sq. ft. currently divided
into a duplex. Remove any
part of the non-supported
common wall arid you have
a family home again. Situa-
ted on 75x130' lot w new
septic tank & well. True
value at $22,800-but don't
take our word for it, make
an appt. to see for yourself!

Excel. 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.

3 bdrm, 1/' bath, mobile
home on 75x150' lot. Less
than 2 blocks from beach.
$12,500.

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


011


,INDIAN PASS
1.99 acres. 150' on SR30 to
Indian Lagoon. Approx. 650'
depth. An ideal building
site, cleared and filled.


Almost new home quiet
location & close to beach. 3
bdrm, 2 bath, living rm,
dining area, cen. h&a, cov-
ered carport w-utility rm,
9x12' storage shed included.
Priced in mid 30's.


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',
j20x90' 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.


WHITE CITY

Large lot, 100' x 211',-with
plenty of space for a gar-
den, with another lot avail-
able if wanted. 2 bdrms, 1
bath, concrete block house,
with Ig. eat-in kitchen.
Block storage building in
rear. A bargain at $13,500.

Good fishing within walking
distance of this 2 bdrm, 1
bath home on 2 lots. Tall
* pines -dogwoods &--azaleas
grace the yard. Lg. storage
shed. Call and let us show
you this property today.
$17,500.

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

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 locatioil
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.


CAPE SAN BLAS
2 large tracts available at
the right price: (1) one mile
from turnoff on the Cape;
(2) over 4000 feet fronting
the Gulf, extending to Hwy.
30, towards Indian Pass
from the curve. Signs on
property.

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


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


HEATH TV REPAIRS
All Work Guaranteed
Call 227-1782
4tc 10-11


Upholster Work
Guaranteed
Call 227-1469, Louise V
tfc

YODER INSULATE
Save energy, will insu
and new homes. Us
most efficient insula
the market today. Fr

mate.
Call 639M5931


Griffin's Refrigeral
Air Conditioning R
All Types Appliance
Heating & Cooling Con
Electrical Contra'
Authorized GE & Ho
Service
Phone 229-8586



AIR CONDITIONING
COMPANY
Service & Repa
Heating Refrigera
Residential Comn
Licensed cert. mec
Call Bob Harol
639-5635, Wewahit
4

Alcoholics Anonym
Port St. Joe Serenity
Sunday 4:00P.M.
St. James Episcopal


k

Varnum
10-4


WT- II'


3 bdrm, 1 bath house, 125
Bellamy Circle, 229-6932.
tfc 10-11

House and lot at 319 Avenue
C, $7,000. For information call
229-6665. 4tp 10-11

5 acres cleared land, 12x60 2
bdrm. trailer 1975, completely
furnished with washer-dryer.
18x36' swimming pool, deep
well & extra trailer space.
$25,000 cash or $28,500 with
owner financing with 20 per
cent down payment. Phone
904-242-3669. 2tp 10-11

Two single lots located on
8th St., H.V. For information,
call Wewa 639-5614. tfc 8-30

Lots in White City, 100x211',
$2,600.00; 1 100x211' lot on
highway, $6,000. For more info
write Victor Burke, Rt. 2, Box
109 A, Chipley, FL 32428.
4tc 9-27
Highland View: lots for sale,
reasonable. Cash or terms.
229-6788. 2tp 10-11





INTERVIEWERS NEEDED
FOR SURVEY
National Marketing Re-
search firm needs experi-
enced interviewers to assist in
conducting a survey in Gulf
County. Temporary work, no
selling, good pay, and car
allowance. Please write: Mar-
ket Research, P. 0. Box 1294,
Orlando, FL 32802 4t 10-4

The Gulf County C.E.T.P.
Inc. office is now taking appli-
cations for the following
P.S.E. positions.
1 Part-time secretary-book-
keeper at Gulf Co. Adult.
Activity Center.
6 Maintenance workers at
Gulf Co. Road Dept.
3 Gulf County Pest Control.
1 Gulf Co. Sheriff Dept.
1 City of Port St. Joe Police
Dept.
1 Clerk-typist City of Wewa-
hitchka.
4 Maintenance workers City
of Wewahitchka.
1 Iritaker Specialist at Gulf
County C.E.T.P. Inc.
1 Towerman Gulf County For-
est Ranger.
1 Maintenance worker, Board
County Commissioners..
2tc 10-1.1


Dependable, experienced
babysitting in my home. Mon-
day Friday, 8-5 or 6. Call 229-
6506 anytime.
BAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Septic Tank Cleaning
Phone 229-8007
tfc 11-30


Complete Wood Shop
'ION Custom Cut Lumber
late old Want to Do It Yourself?
ing the Then come see us for Stan-
ition on ley tools, hardware, paneling,
tee esti- paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
4t 10-4 Hwy. 98 W. 227-1763
tfc 8-5
tion &
pair BACKHOE WORK
Repair OR RENTAL
tractor Charles H. Stephens
ctor 227-1622 or 229-8032
point
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
tfc 10-4 506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on duty all day
G PLUS every day

fir
nation Carpentry Work Done
nercial Reasonable Rates
hanic Jimmy Johnson
d Phone 229-8757


chka
4tp 9-20

mous
Group
EST
Church


Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?
Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete

For Cable TV lieof
Installation In Port St. Joe Fishing Tackle

Phone 229-7232 Hurlbut Supply
Or Visit the Telephone Company 30 Rid Ave.
Business Office tfc 1-4. =i I3 A J


Garage Sale: Sat., Oct. 13,
from 9 to 1, Sunday, from 1 till
4-815 Marvin Ave., Gladys
Brown's plus 3 other families.
Furniture, plants, old dishes
(depression), camper top,
linens, golf clubs, vacuum
cleaner, large aquarium tank
and all accessories, Christmas
tree, you name it. ltp 10-11

Yard Sale, Fri. and Sat.,
Oct. 12 & 13, Georgia Ave., St.
Joe Beach. Aluminum rims,
baby clothes, uniforms, misc.
ltp 10-11

15 cu. ft. upright Admiral
freezer. Good running cond.
Make offer. 227-1296. tfc 10-11

For Avon products at Mexi-
co Beach, call 648-5694.
tfc 10-11

23' Chriscraft, plus 283
Chevrolet engine, 3 spd. auto
transm., $600. 229-8570.
tfc 10-11

BULLDOG PUPPIES-Big
and healthy, 7 weeks old.
Phone 227-1538. 2tce10-11

Electric stove with eye level
oven, $20. 708 Long Ave.

1972 16' Crosby boat, 1972 115
h.p. Mercury motor, heavy
duty trailer, $1,750.00; 1976
13' Huntcraft boat, 1976 20 h.p.
Mercury electric start and Su-
perguide trolling motor with
trailer, $1,250.00. Call Bill
Rich, 229-8877. 3tc 10-11
Yard Sale: Friday and Sat-
urday, 9-5, 203 Tapper Drive in
Ward Ridge. ltc 10-11

Remington shotgun barrels
and rifle clips on sale at Red's
Gun Shop, corner Atlantic and
Alabama, St. Joe Beach.
tfc 10-4

Last call for getting your
guns reblued before the hunting
season. Red's Gun Shop, cor-
ner Atlantic & Alabama, St.
Joe Beach. 2tc 10-4

Black Powder Hunters:
Red's Gun Shop has good
stock of guns and-accessories
at discount prices. Also pyr.o-
dex powder. Corner Atlantic &
Alabama, St. Joe Beach.
tfc 10-4

Refrigerator, coppertone; 2
bar stools, chair lounger. 227-
1565. tfc 10-4


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


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


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


612 h.p. roto tiller. Call
227-1293. tfc 10-4

One power cultivator with
all attachments, less than a
year old, $375.00. Call 229-8404
after 5:00p.m. 4tp10-4

Bob white quail, live or
dressed. 227-1293, Elmo Ford.
tfc 10-4

Just in time for Christmas:
quilt tops, tied quilts, quilted
quilts, many patterns to
choose from. Call 229-6042 or
contact Inez Wood, 417 8th St.,
H.V., Port St. Joe. 2t 10-4

1974 Searay cabin cruiser, 2
140 h.p. Mercruiser engines,
Real fishfinder, depth record-
er, VHF SS radio. $8,800.00.
Must see to appreciate. 648-
5477. 4tc 9-27

A Hoover broiler oven that
bakes, broils and has a roti-
sserie. It's a great energy
saver and works like brand
new. Call 229-6506 anytime.

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

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

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

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

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

40 h.p. Johnson. Contact Jeff
Plair. I tfc 8-30

River camp located on Bat-
'tle Bend, Apalachicola River,
$600. Phone 227-1363 after 5
p.m. 2tc 10-4

Pit bulldog, AKC registered
female, 11 weeks old. $75. Call
229-6664. 2tp 10-11


23,000 miles. Cash or down
payment and assume pay-
ments. Phone 227-1278 or 227-
1776.

1979 Mercury Capri, 4 speed,
ac, am-fm stereo, like new.
Cash or down payment and
assume payments. Phone 227-
1278 or 227-1776.


1712' camper, parked on
Gulf side, sleeps 4. By the
day, week or month. No pets
allowed. 9 mi. s.e. of St. Joe,
Ski Breeze Campsites. 229-
6105. tfc 6-28


Beautiful 2 bdrm add-a-rm
mobile home, furnished in-
cluding washer and dryer.
Prefer permanent persons,
no pets, deposit. Located in
Skim Meadows Trailer
Park. 229-6105. tfc 9-13


Efficiency apartment, ideal
for single person, located on
Gulf of Mexico. Everything
furnished including elec.,
gas, air cond. Deposit and
no pets. Ski Breeze Camp
Sites. 229-6105. tfc 9-13


1 bedroom and 2 bedroom
furnished apartments for rent.
From $125.00 per month.
Edgewater Campgrounds,
Mexico Beach, Rt. 98. 648-
5432. 4tc 10-11

Two bedroom trailer for
rent, 115 4th St., Highland
View. Only 1 child,' no pets.
Phone 1-205-983-4806.
It 10-11

Two bedroom mobile home
in Oak Grove. Call 229-8631
after 5. 2tp 10-11

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

No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
227-1251. tfc 10-23


Located on Gulf side of
road, 2 bdrm. nicely furn.
very clean apt. Everything-
furnished including elec.;
water, gas. Prefer perma-
qent residents No pets,
deposit required. Inquire
Ski Breeze Camp Sites, Hwy
C-30, 904-229-6105. School
bus stops at property.






Hi, Tommy S.
You're loved!
*But by who?
Guess!
G.D.

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

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

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





DRIVE 18 WHEELERS
Train: Days Evenings -
Weekends. Government
certification upon gradua-
tion. Employment assist-
ance. Drive Florida and
Alabama highways. Inter-
state Training .System,
Inc. 904-265-2456.
6tp 10-11





1 B ., V6- 231
c. d es, radio,


Itp 10-11

Like new 1978 Ford F-150
Custom pick-up. Less than


ache which may increase
when you cough? Do you also
experience dimness of vision,
dizziness, nausea, or sensitivi-
ty to light? Such information
will make it easier for your
doctor to give you the proper
treatment.
With the variety of medi-
cines developed by phar-
maceutical companies, your
need not endure headache*
if you follow the treatment
your doctor recommends.


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Wanted: Used bicycle, 26"
or larger, in good cond. Call
227-1278 before 5, or 229-6343
after 5:30.

Wanted: Old batteries, $3.00
each. Corner Santa Anna &
Alabama Ave., St. Joe Beach.
648-5352. 2tp 10-4


Public

Notices
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Gulf County Planning Commis.
sin will hold a public hearing to solicit
local Input for the Gulf County Compre-
hensive Plan on Thursday, October 18,
1979, at 7:00 p.m. (EST) in the County
Courthouse, Commissioners Room. The
Comprehensive Plan is being developed
to meet the requirements of S. 163.3161,
Florida Statutes. Copies of the proposed
plan are available at the Gulf County
Public Library, the County Clerk's
Office and the City Hall in Port St. Joe
and Wewahitchka.
2t 10-4

NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSTRUCT -
AN AIR POLLUTION SOURCE
Pursuant to Chapter 17-2 Florida
Administrative Code notice Is hereby
given that Sylvachem Corporation In-
tends to construct a rosin bagging
ventilation system in Port St. Joe, Gulf
County.
A construction permit has been
applied for pursuant to Chapter 17-4 FAC
to the Department of Environmental
Regulation.
Copies of the aforementioned applica-
tion, the technical analysis performed
by the Department's staff and their
proposed decision are available for
public inspection at 160 Government
Center, Pensacola, FL 32501.
Persons wishing to comment on any
aspect of this action are to submit their
comments in writing to the above
address within 30 days of publication of
this notice.
Date of Publication, October 11, 1979.
It 10-11

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Matter of the Adoption of
TAMMY RENA CAPPS
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Bobby Wayne Pope
c-o Mary Etta Grantham
Walker, Louisiana
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Adoption has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or other
response to the Petition on Petitioner's
Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.,
P.O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof In the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County Court
House, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before
the 1st day of November, 1979. If you fail
so to do, a Judgment for therelief sought
may be granted iy. Default. S:,'
DATED this the 281h day of Septem-
ber, 1979.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: -s- Susan E. Bigelow
4t 10-4
FICTITIOUS NAME
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 ficti-
tious name or trade name under which
they will be engaged in business and In
which said business is to be carried on,
to-wit:
F. And G. Enterprises, 610A Maddox
Street, Port St. Joe, FI
Owner, Jimmy Barnhill l ., ,-.
BID NO.256
The City of Port .St. Joe, Florida,
requests bids for one. (1) Computer
Hardware and-or Software Interactive
Multiprogramming System and Mainte-
nance Agreement. Specifications may
be obtained from the City Clerk's Office,
P. 0. Box A, Port St. Joe, Florida. Bid
opening to be held October 16, 1979.
L. A. Farris,
City Auditor and Clerk 2t 10-4




Don't Ignore Your Headache
The throbbing pain of a
headache is a feeling nearly
everyone has experienced.
While we usually dismiss it
as our body's normal reaction
to stress or strain, a headache
may be a sympton of a more4
serious health problem.
I






Although most headaches
are not cause for concern,
the National Pharmaceutical
Council (NPC) cautions that
some headaches may be warn-
ing signs for* diabetes, high
blood pressure or infection.
If you have headaches often,
or if they grow more and
more severe, consult your
physician. NPC is a nonprofit,
educational organization
supported by research-based
pharmaceutical firms.
It will help your doctor
determine the cause of your
headaches if you can describe
what type of pain you experi-
ence, how often it occurs and
how long it lasts. Is the pain
constant? Is it a deep, dull


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PAGE SEVEN


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and See


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Banking Services


FREE

REFRESHMENTS


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Monday thru Wednesday
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Drive-In and
Inside Services-


BANK PERSONNEL: Susie White, Betty Murphy, Sue Rudd, w.=v%
Brenda Clements

Temporary Office St. Joe Branch


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at, investors always seek the
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so here's a tip for you. A.
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6ular check-ups by your family ,
I0tor can result in the most preci-
Mdsividind of all. good health.
fit'gamble with your health .
19st In your future. Make 'an ap-
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THURSDAY, OCT. 11,'1979 THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 1979


Applicants


for Authority


Governor Graham an-
nounced this week the screen-
ing committee to receive and
interview applicants for va-
cancies as commissioners on
the Port St. Joe Port Authori-
ty.
J.C. Belin was named Chair-
man.of the Screening Commit-
tee to receive applications and
submit to the Governor it
least three recommended per-
sons for each vacancy.
Serving with Belin on the
committee are James E.
Costin, William C. "Barney"
McCroan, Estelle Dickens
Mosely and Otis Stallworth.
There are three vacancies
on the Port Authority. Terms


New Product

ills Roaches


'i, .e roach eold become the
"text'endangered species i( a
I fornia. manufacturer has
way.
:,',The manufacturer of a new.
S uqt called Roach Prufe
that. Roaches do not
nige and are not immune
th insecticide-insects do
avo;t': t as they do
oleum-based sprays and
Plus the.product can be
ly used -in: homes -with
idren and pets 'without" the
Ili ful side effects associat-'
ith.poisonous sprays and
r tapes. Roach Prufe is
Krless and non-staining.
The Roach, Prufe formula
kvwah developed in cooperation
| Sh the Department of Ento-
,nlogy, U.C.L.A. The formula
r iwas applied in homes, apart-
ignts, restaurants, hotels and
Irei public buildings, tested
lfgainst the most powerful
isecticides available to the
.psumer or professional ex-
(erminator. In 12 years of
"1st"6ng 'by U.C.L.A. in every
Poll..


case the Roach Prufe formula
provided "..'. Superior control
of Roaches and prevents rein-
festation better results
with 'it than any other con-
sumer or professional insecti-
cide." Not ". i a single
incident concerning the safety
of the product with humans or
pets."
Roach Prufe has been ap-
proved by the Environmental
Protection Agency and a
contract awarded by the Gen-
eral Services Administration
for use in Federal Buildings.
The manufacturer states
that Roach Prufe is the most
effective and economical in-
secticide available for roaches
and other household crawling
insects-one application can
outlast tens of dozens of
containers of poisonous
sprays, poisonous vapor
tapes, and hundreds of roach
traps. Roach Prufe will re-
main effective as long as it is
left in place or not washed
away. When applied in new


of office are for four years.
Only freeholders who are
residents of Gulf County are
eligible for appointment. In-
terested qualified freeholders
may apply for those vacancies
by sending a full resume a-d
other documents which would
identify applicant's qualifica-
tions to serve in this capacity.
Applications, with the re-
sume of qualifications, should
be addressed to the committee
chairman at Post Office Box
190, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456.
Applications will be re-
ceived until noon November
15,

Vet Office to

Close Few Days
The Gulf County Veterans
Service Office will be closed
Tuesday through Friday of
next week ,according to Fred
Kleeb, -Veterans Service Of-
ficer. Mr. Kleeb 'will be
attending the mid-winter
training conference in St.
Petersburg at that time.
SThe Port St. Joe office will,
be closed Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday, and the
* .Wewahitchka office will be
closed Friday. .

construction, Roach Prufe can
protect against infestation for
,years.
Until recently retailers have
refused to stock the roach
killer because they knew that
the same customers would
come in again and again to
buy the other less effective
insecticides. Due to public
pressure the product is now
available locally at St. Joe
Hardware in Port St. Joe,
Earley's Hardware in High-
land View, Cathey's Hard-
ware in Mexico Beach, David
Rich's IGA in Wewahitchka
and Ace Hardware in East-
'point. (Pd. Advt.)


Advisory Council Being Formed


one,;;or.


Disco Saturday
for the Kiddies ving,
The rifles and majorettes of ApprenticeWork


the Port St. Joe High School
"Band of Gold", will be
sponsoring a Kiddie Disco
Saturday from 12 noon til 4:00
p.m., at the Centennial Build-'
ing for young children.
The sponsors will be selling
'refreshments at the disco.

Sportsmen Club
Meets Saturday,
The Gulf County Sports-
men's Club will meet Satur-
day afternoon at 7:00 p.m., at
the Centennial Building.
Dinner will be served.
All members or prospective
members are urged to attend
and bring their spouse.
"I haven't heard of anybody
who wants to stop living
on account of the cost."
Kin Hubbard


Port St. Joe Lodge No. 111
F&AM is having an Entred
Apprentice Degree at 7:00
p.m. Thursday, October li.
All members are urged, to
attend..


Hospital

Auxiliary

Picks Slate
The Port St. Joe Municipal
Hospital Auxiliary met on
Wednesday, September 26,
1979. Elected to serve as
officers for the 1979-80 year
were: Mrs. Ira Gorham, pres-
ident; Mrs. Helen Quacken-
bush, first vice president;
Mrs. Louise Parker, second
vice president; Mrs. Ida Co-
penhaver, treasurer; Mrs.
Emmie Joines, secretary;.
Mrs. Gracy Meyer, shop; and
Mrs. Ellen Allemore, publici-
ty
"Hospital Auxiliary On the
Move" will be the motto for
this year.
The first meeting of the year
with the new slate of officers
will be Wednesday. October 31,
at 9:00 a.m. in the conference'
room of the hospital. There
will be several items of
interest on the agenda. All
active and inactive members
and anyone wishing to join are
uged to attend.


A meeting will be held at
each of the two elementary
schools in Port St. Joe next



Killer K
Goodbye box plant, goodbye
boys,
Goodbye girls, .your tears
and joys.
Farewell Brewton, farewell
Floye,
Who is the all American
Boy.
Farewell Leonard, Black-
burn and Pat,
T.W. and I we struck out at
bat.
Buddy, Red and pitcher
pump Joe,'
When I'm gone I'll miss you
so.
Tillie, Eunice and Sister
Sue,
I tip my hat goodbye to you.
Come on boys get off that
strike,
Give and take will make
things right.
KILLER K


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week for the purpose of
organizing each school's
ESEA, Title I ParentAdvisory
Council for the 1979-80 school
year. Highland View Elemen-
tary School will hold their
meeting on, Wednesday, Octo-
ber 17, at 2:30 p.m. in the'
Highland View Elementary
Title I reading and math lab.
The Port St. Joe Elementary
School meeting will be held
the following day, Thursday,
October 18, at 2:30 p.m., in the
Port St. Joe Elementary read-
ing lab.
All parents of children living
in the attendance areas of
these two schools are encour-
aged to attend the meeting
held at their particular school
in order to learn more about
the Title I program and help in
the selection of the school Title
I Parent Advisory Council.
During the meetings, there
will be brief explanations of
the Title I program in general
with'special emphasis on how
the program is currently
being operated at each school.
Parents will be able to meet
the Title I teachers and aides
and ask any questions they
might have concerning their
children's involvement in the
program.
New members of the Title I
Parent Advisory Council for
each school will be elected at
the meetings. Membership is
open to parents of both Title I
and non-Title I children as
long .as a majority of the
members are Title I parents.


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Parents of children attending with children in the Title I
private schools in Gulf County program, are urged to attend
are also eligible, the meeting held at their
All parents, especially those school.


FIRST

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL H EATON, Pastor

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


the members of the


.Church of Christ
invite you to meet with them:
Sunday Mcrring 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


Gal.


Port St. Joe


Phone 227-1336


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Lykes Sliced Bacon
Boston Butt Pork Roast ....
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TOTINO ASSORTED
PIZZAS .....
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Buttermilk Biscuits..
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Yogurt (ASSTD. AVORS) .. . .


1 -b.
PKGS.


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SCAN


Cheese Singles AMERICAN OR 12o $z.1
Cheese Singles PIMENTO. ...... .
Velveeta Cheese......... ......LOAF2"
Phil. Cream Cheese ......... .oz.PK. 69
Long Horn Half Moon Cheese ..... : $12
Cracerbarre Cheese ..... $ 13
Crackerbarrel CheeseEXN-AR, .PKG.


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PAETEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 11. 1979





MINUTES

N -of the


Gulf County Commission


Board of County Corn- received on the job. He said ing as County engineers, in-
of Gulf County, meton Mr. Kemp was requesting formed the Board that Gulf
t 28, in regular session light duty and the Board has a Asphalt Corporation, contrac-
the, following members policy of no light duty. Comm. tor on P oject A, B, and C -
nt: Chairman William R, Gortman suggested the Board BDC Project No. 1253-2, was
ch, Leo Kennedy, James request information from Mr. now in default and being
'ankersley, Douglas C. Bir- Kemp's doctor concerning the assessed $300.00 per day,
,gham and Jimmy 0. Gort- severity of Mr. Kemp's in- beginning August 28, 1979. He
n. Also present were: jury. said Gulf Asphalt estimates it
ance Officer Jerry Gates, Administrative Assistant will takl them another two
rney William J. Rish, Tommy Pitts reported that he weeks to complete this job;
riff Ken Murphy, Road has. landfill plans ready to that Gulf Asphalt has request-
erintendent Lloyd:Whit- submit to the Dept. of En- ed that the engineer approve a
and Mosquito Control ,vtronmental Regulation for change from type two to type
Tilistrative'Assistant' 'stfdye.. one asphalt, due to the fact
( my Pitts. The meeting Sheriff Ken Murphy report- that they cannot locate the
e order at 7:00 p.m. ed that it might be possible to type tw o,, that the approval
attorney William J. Rish obtain four CETA workers for will be given because the type
nred the meeting with pray- training as correctional offi- one is better and more expen-
cers. He said the State keeps siye than the type two;
larles' Bostick, Wewa- telling him he is going to have however, the cost to the
Slih'ka, appeared before the to hire correctional officers County will not be increased
P' rd of behalf of Mrs. Flpr- for 24-hour observation of his because, of this change. Com-
ie 'McNealy. He said the prisoners while in the cell missioner Kennedy said that
into her house was so bad blocks. Chairman Branch re- several turn outs are needed
she could not get in and quested the Sheriff consider on Niles Road, which would
The Road Superintendent installation of closed circuit prevent.damage to the shoul-
the Board' that the road T.V. as was done in Gadsden der of the road. The Board
been maintained in the County, saving a considerable approved the construction of
t.The Board agreed that amount of money. Sheriff the turnouts, to be paid from
e the road had been main- Murphy agreed this might be the liquidated damages that
in the past the Road the bestsolution providing the will be aue the County.
artment could fix. the State would accept this The Road Department re-
l te p method. He agreed to check ported that Maintenance costs
A rve Maddox appeared -be- with State!officials and report on secondary roads for the
e Board to "ask if the back to the Board. month of July was $5,883.15.
d had received any re- Comm. Kennedy said he had The Department of Envi-
about the' status of the been called by an employee of ronmental Regulations, by
mit for the .dredging of the the Sheriff's office concern- letter, notified the County as
nhel into St. Joseph's Bay.' ing the 88 degree temperature to progress being made on the
Clerk read letter from in the offices of the jail. He application for maintenance
Gov. Wayne Mixson stat- ,stated the central system at dredging of the St. Joseph Bay
that he was working with the Courthouse-Jail Complex entrance channel. The selec-
? Department of Environ- had never worked properly tion of a spoil disposal site
ntal Regulations in an and he recommended the continues to hold up the
irt to find a, solution 'to,the Bohrd put a central unit on top project.
blem. Administrative As- of the jail and disconnect the The following officials were
nt Tommy Pitts reported jail system .from the court-. named ,to serve on the Tax
officials frbm the permit- house; The Board agreed to Equalizhtion Board for the
agencies were to 'be in consider this. 1979 Tax Roll:
t, .St. Joe Thursday. to Commissioner Kennedy re- Selected by the School
i iine ,the shark .hole as a ported that the Dept. of Trans- Board, Gene Raffield and
s'le dump site for the portation was working on the Fred Greer;
t.ilc The Chairman stated bridge at Highland View. Selected by the County
Phe Board would continue Comm. Kennedy stated that Commissioners, Douglas C.
p fa-g to help speed the the City had installed a sewer Birmingham, Leo Kennedy
up. line in Oak Grove and the cut and James L. Tankersley.
Client to notice to re- in the street was settling, The Board discussed the
iei sealed bids for one causing the new pavement to possibility of authorizing the'
-up truck for the Mosquito sink. He also said, there were Veteran's Administration Of-
trol Dept., .the following four to. five ridges in the ficer to attend a conference to
were received from Sem- 'streets that kept water from be held at St. Petersburg next
e Toyota, Key Datsun, draining. and needed to be month. Commissioner Tank-
.ton Hood, Ruissell-Bailey fixed while the roads were ersley w.ll investigate this and
i rs, St. Joe,ot ~~~ d. ing ,ye onmp.Branch make a ,ec nJl tjon,' TI .
rtesy Corp. Aft .tu ihg.stted~ 'Ik th it having Board n discussed letter
bids, Mosquito T 'wasaso causinugproblems in writtan'by the Veteran's .Ad-
rinteident Tommy Pitts some driveways that should ministration Officer with re-
ommended the bid of St. be fixed. Administrative Asst. ference to how veterans were
lMotor Co., in the amount Tommy Pitts stated the con- hospitalized.
$5.032.36, as the best bid tractor had agreed to a price The Board discussed a re-
't met the specifications. of $2.45 per linear foot for any quest by a County employee
discussion, Comm. Ken- change order paving. Comm.. for an increase in salary of
y moved the board pur- Kennedy moved the Board more thin 6.7 percent.
alternate one, in the issue a change order to fix the The Farm Agent filed his
unt of $5,032.36, from St. ridges and driveways. Comm. monthly report.
'Motor Co. Comm. Gort- Birmingham seconded the Comm'issioner Gortman
seconded the motion and motion and it passed unani- questioned the operating con-
iassed unanimously. mously. edition of the Wewa Ambulance
Si he ,Board received notice Comm. Tankersley asked that has been giving so much
4 :iat Chevron gas increased in the Board about the car used trouble. Commissioner Tank-
A*Ite.015 cents per gallon to 77 in the Recreation Dept. and ersley stated that he under-
cts per gallon, effective the salary of the director. The stood that it had been satisfac-
August 15. Chairman stated' this was torily fixed and was in use
SBoard received a letter under the jurisdiction of the again. Commissioner Bir-
I; im School Superintendent Recreation Committee: mingham said the Wewa Chief
S4iter Wilder, asking for The minutes of August 14 was not completely satisfied
unification on the Board's were approved after correc- with the way it performed. He
obimitment to the recrea- tion by Comm. Branch on said he would meet with the'
t :at program in the south page 54 and Comm. Birming- Chief to determine whether or
ehd Of the county. The Board ham on page 64. not he was satisfied with this
agreed that its .commitment Comm. Gortman told the ambulance.
Clid be $4,500.00. Board he had been working Upon motion by Cbmmis-
:The Board received a letter with FICO Farms to obtain sioner Kennedy, seconded by
District Forester, Jerry easements for a solution to the Commissioner Tankersley
Boks, concerning the fire drainage problem at Wil- and unanimously carried, the
trks for Howard Creek and liamsburg Subdivision. The Gulf County Hurricane Evac-
,. WerStreet volunteer fire de- Board directed Comm. Gort- uation Plan, as presented by
Spartments. The Clerk was man to obtain the easements the CivilODefense Officer, was
Siitructed to request Mr. to correct this problem, approved. The Sheriff remind-
SBooks to try to locate mili- Comm. Kennedy reminded ed the Board that this plan
t~y surplus fire trucks for the Board that B. R. Williams called for the Red Cross to
these departments, is on the CETA program and supply the food for the shel-
SThe Board was notified of a that his job terminates on Oct. ters, but that Gulf County had
White House Conference on 1. The Chairman stated that no Red Cross Representative.
ur1fal transportation in Atlan- the Board had eight other The Chairman instructed the
ti: tSeptember 19-20. CETA workers on the CETA Clerk's Office to determine
The Board agreed that program and the Board was how to contact the Tallahassee
rney William J.-Rish and aware of the predicament. Red Cross. Walter Wilder,
IInance Officer Jerry Gates Chairman Branch asked the Superintendent of Schools,
S, qtnd th" House of Represen- Clerk to send a copy of the told the Board that his Wewa
tative's Committee meeting in Attorney's letter concern- School cafeterias have the
T'lahassee, Sep. 10, on in- ing the Overstreet Fire De- capacity to prepare the food
dependent financial audits for apartment to the Secretary- and to serve it, providing the
canty officials. Treasurer of the Department, food is supplied by the Red
The Board received a letter Mrs. Nachtsheim. Cross or some other organiza-
frnm he Bureau of Census Chairman Branch asked tion. He then said the schools
e~gpcerming the 1980 census, about the condition of the have enough food on hand to
;iThe Board received a re- shoulders of the road on take care of one or two meals.
:st from St. Joseph Tele- SR30E. Administrative Asst. He said that using the Wewa
p hne and Telegraph Com- Pitts said there had been a School facilities would depend
S yto install an underground ; problem with the laying of on having electrical power.
.cale across SR386. The per- water lines in the area, but it Tommy Pitts, Administra-
w was relayed to the State was being worked out. tive Assistant, reported that


department of Transporta- the opening of Brown's Creek
tfl since 386 is a state road. The Board of County Corn- on the Saul's Creek Road
:-The Board received a letter missioner of Gulf County, should be completed today. He
frtm President Jimmy Carter Florida, met September 11 in then reported that the United
opicerning the efficient use of regular session with the fol- States Army Corps of Engine-
i energy in cities and counties. lowing members present: Wil- ers would give its approval to
Tie Board received infor- liam R. Branch, Chairman, re-open Corley Slough on the
irion on the Artificial Fish- Jimmy 0. Gortman, Douglas Apalachicola River, but that
hin Reef Program from the C. Birmingham, James L. the land owner must first give
SDepartment of Natural Re- Tankersley and Leo Kennedy. his permission for this to be
slitCes. Others present were: George done and that he was at this
3'ahe Board was notified that Y. Core, Clerk, Jerry Gates, time working with the land
se dary road plans could be Finance Officer, Fred N. owner in an effort to rush this
pedup in Tallahassee at Witten, Attorney, K.E. Mur- project.
the Board's convenience. phy, Sheriff, Tommy Pitts,
:-he Board discussed a Administrative Assistant, and Commissioner Gortman dis-
drainage problem at the re- Lloyd Whitfield, Road Super- cussed the possibility of aban-
O"est of Robert Smith, pro- intendent. doing the County easement to
.... the Tom Smith Branch ditch.
pity owner at Beacon Hill. The meeting came to order He said that the land owner.
'?he Clerk was instructed to at 9:00 a.m. Reverend J.C. Mr. Ottis Smith, had request-
Sfile medicaid billings in the Odum, pastor, Long Avenue ed that the County return his
apoiunt of $19,431.94, for fiscal Baptist Church, opened the easement to him and that he
year July, 1978 June 1979. meeting with prayer, followed would maintain the ditch. The
1:3,oad Superintendent Lloyd by the pledge to the flag. Chairman said that he and
field reported that em- The minutes of August 21, Tommy Pitts recently inspect-
poyee Franklin Kemp had and 28, 1979, were read, ed this ditch and talked to
t'. him that he could no approved and adopted. Smith about its maintenance;
longer operate a motor grader Reginald Tisdale, Barrett, that during this conversation,
.or dutp truck due to an injury Daffin, and Carlan, Inc., act- Smith did say, "Why don't you


abandon your easement and
let me maintain the ditch.",
but that they understood he
was joking with them because.
they knew he had no equip-' :.
ment to maintain the ditch.
Chairman requested Commis-
sioner Gortman to check with
Smith again and get the full ..
details.
Commissioner Gortman in- .-
formed the Board that he had -. ..
made an investigation as to
Unit Two of Whispering Pines
Subdivision in art effort to
determine whether or not this ,
Board should accept this "
subdivision; that he was now
satisfied with the result of his .
investigation and that though --
the records of this Board do *-
not mention Unit Two of -
Whispering Pines Subdivision, '- ... .
his investigation revealed that .. ,
it was the owner's intent that, *
his representative, who pre- a
sented his preliminary plat of -
Unit One of Whispering Pines, .
explain to the Board that the ,.. _:.-
preliminary plat also included ,
Unit Two, even though Unit V
Two would not be filed until a
later date. Commissioner
Gortman then made a motion -
that the Board accept the final .
platof Unit Two of Whispering '*
Pines because two former,. -. ^.
County Commissioners in- ,
spected the site and gave their
approval. Motion seconded by
Commissioner Kennedy.
In a discussion that follow-
ed, Commissioner Birming-
ham said he would vote for the
motion even though the Board
was doing the wrong thing
because every record of this
Board pertaining to this mat- ..,
ter failed to mention Unit Two.
He said that he did not fault
the owner, but that a mistake
had been made by someone -
other than a member of this '
Board and this Board should
pinpoint the person that made .
the mistake.
Commissioner Kennedy
said this Board was not at .
fault in any way, but because .
the Board was in doubt as to
who was responsible for not
presenting the preliminary
plat to this Board, that he
amended the motion to include A
that in the future no plats like W ash A
this would be accepted, se-
conded by Commissioner Last Thursday afternoon,
Tankersley. Commissioner beach area reported dead fish
Birmingham amended the Marine Patrol was notified am
motion to include that in the
future no plats like this would
be accepted, seconded by said he now had secured the
Commissioner Tankersley. promise of a two acre site,
Commissioner Birmingham located just west of Butler's
amended the motion as fol- Restaurant; that the County
lows: The Board waived the must now construct a road to
paving requirement on Whis- this site. He requested appli-
pering Pines Subdivision,U cations for necessary permits
Two, providing the County, be filed as soo as possible.
Administrative Assistant in- Commissioner Tankersley
spected the area involved and C a aou e hold up on
found that approval would asked about the ress Aven
,hav-.been .iventadhecornple
regular procedure been. fol- s ng He was informed
lowed in the begiinming;,that spraying. He was inmed
showed in reporthe madegatthnext that a sweeper was needed to
this report be made at the next complete Cypress Avenue and
meeting and final action be mplthat the wind had held up dog
taken at that time, seconded that the wind had held up dog
by Commissioner Tankersley. fly spraying. He then asked if
Vote on this amendment: Aye we had received any word on
Vot on this amendment: Ayeour question as to why a
- Birmingham and Tanker-permit was required to unload
sley. Nay-Kennedy, Gortman shrimp in Gulf and Wakulla
and the Chairman. Vote on the Counties and no permit was
first amendment: passed required in any other county
unanimously. Vote on original require in ateny The Board has

motion: passed unanimously. received no answer.
Commissioner Gortman told Commissioner Kennedy dis-
the Board that repairing an cussed the urgent need for
old public road near Kentucky additional air conditioning in
Landing would reduce by five the jail building. He said that
miles the distance required to when it was 85 degrees outside
haul sand from the County the jail, it was 88 degrees
borrow pit in that area. The inside The Chairman appoint-
Board approved the repairing ed Commissioner Kennedy to
of this road. study this situation and make
Commissioner Gortman dis- study recommendation.
cussed the Howard's Creek
Fire District. He was inform- Commissioner Kennedy in-
ed that the District could not formed the Board that the
be a taxing district until a Apalachee Planning Council
referendum election was held was meeting with the Gover-
and approved by the voters at nor's Conference in Orlando
the next election. He then on September 13 and 14: that
informed the Board that the he would attend this meeting
department was ready to at the expense of the Planning
install a pump at the Fire Council and that one other
Station site. Funds for this Commissioner was invited to
expense will be provided in the attend, at no expense to the
next budget. The department County.
will use a surplus trailer to be The Chairman appointed
provided by the school board Roy Lee Carter as Gulf
in January. County's representative on the
Commissioner Gortman dis- Apalachicola Committee re-
cussed the rate of pay for presenting the economic in-
truck drivers and laborers in terest.
the Road Department. The Board agreed that in
Commissioner Birmingham order to keep from increasing
moved to adopt an ordinance property taxes that the Board
removing the mandatory re- would reduce the employees
quirement that streets be at the Mosquito Control by one
paved by the owners of employee and the Mainten-
subdivisions. Motion seconded ance Department by one em-
by Commissioner Kennedy. ployee and adopt a millage
Commissioner Kennedy that would bring in the same
amended the motion to include amount of tax dollars as the
that the Board not accept a previous year. The Board felt
subdivision of over one and
one-half miles, unless the
balance of the street were .
paved. In a discussion that
followed, Commissioner Bir-
mingham withdrew his origi- -.
nal motion.
Commissioner Birmingham .
discussed the drainage pro-
blem in Gulf County Farms *
Subdivision. Commissioner
Gortman was requested to
check on this matter.
Commissioner Birmingham
made a motion to clean out


the City of Wewahitchka ditch
at Jess Hand's property. Mo-
tion seconded by Commission- '
er Tankersley and unanimous- -I,'
ly carried. f
Commissioner Birmingham
told the Board that. the City of
Wewahitchka needed to cut
across the pavement of two
recently paved streets in 1' ,
order to install a sewer line.
He was informed that because
the streets in question were
City streets no permit was '
required from the County.
Commissioner Tankersley
reported on his progress in /'
obtaining a site for a public !
boat landing in the Palm Point
area of St. Joseph's Bay. He


'k 7'


~a.


shore
residents of the Indian Pass
washing ashore. The Florida
d conducted an investigation.


According to Bucky Register. Marine Patrol officer, the fish
were pogies (menhaden) which were released from the nets
of five pogey boats fishing in the area. The boats homeport-
ed in Mississippi. Shown above are the fish as they line the
beach area. -Photo by Jerry Edwards


Mrs. Herring Graduates from UWF


Names of 341 University of
West Florida graduates for
the summer quarter were
announced by President
James A. Robinson.
Of the graduates 269 were
Ma _. 's agrees
and 172 master s ,' prees.
Honors were earnedV 38 of
the graduates.
To be eligible for honors, the
following grade point avera-
ges are required based on all
hours attempted at the Uni-
versity: Cum Laude, 3.50;
Magna Cum Laude, 3.70; and
Summa Cum Laude, 3.90.
The University of West
Florida is an upper-level
institution in the state univer-
sity system admitting only
junior, senior, and graduate
students. The admittance po-
licy complements Florida's
extensive public junior college
program in which students
receive their first two years of
instruction.
Graduating from Port St.
Joe was Ann Sherry Landrum
Herring from the College of
Arts and Sciences, Magna
Cum Laude.

this action was necessary
because they did not want to
raise taxes.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Gortman, second by
Commissioner Birmingham,
and unanimous vote, the
Board approved payment of
$1,275.00 to the law firm of
Rish and Witten.


NOTICE

Sale of Ued Vehicles

The St. Joseph Telephone

& Telegraph Company

will sell the below listed vehicles:


No. 202 E14AHU21990
'74 %T Ford Van


$1200.00


No. 407 4 3 $14
'74 Ci5;0:k D $1450.00


No. 411 CCQ144A178207
'74 Chevrolet PU


$1350.00


No. 412 CCQ144A183044
'74 Chevrolet T PU $1300.00
No. 418 CCQO 114i
'75 Che )ll$/l( ) $1850.00

The price is listed above and payment will
be cash or certified

These vehicles can be seen at the Supply
Complex in Port St. Joe, Fla.

The above units are 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


HUNTING PERMITS
For Southwest Forest Industries' Lands in Florida and Alabama

Permits for hunting privileges on more than 200,000 acres of Southwest
Forest Industries' woodlands in Florida and Alabama are now on sale. These
lands, as well as the approximately 75,000 acres of Company lands open for
free hunting and 90,000 acres designated as State Wildlife Management Areas,
are managed to provide a quality hunting experience to the public.
Permit fees, which are used to help defray the costs of establishing and
maintaining good wildlife populations, are $15. For hunting on Company lands
in permit holder's county of residence only, the fee is $5.
Permits may be purchased in this area at the following:
Cawc. ~ Soims .in Panama CmLU B R. 98 Otis Davis in ('lewa
B. s Hoaot Wogotu in riustol Ethetl's Goc.ey in Fas6t Point
C & C Spo,,tiGoZn d Go oc, n V owtn S W alU
Valid state hunting license required. All applicable state laws and regulations apply.



Southwest Forest Industries
Southeastern Division


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U.S. No. 1 10 Lbs.
White
Potatoes
Fresh Head
Green
Cabbage


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Hot Cocoa

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Lim t Rights


Open
7:30 A.M.


Cigs. & Tob. excluded
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Oct. 10-16


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Port St. Joe, Fld.


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Bacon

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TOMATOES


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Fine Fare-4 Roll Pkg..
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Sweetheart Big 2/
BREAD oa...2/99


32 Oz. Fine Fare
Dish Detergent


Fine Fare-24 Oz. Jar
89C Pancake Syrup


Tropicana-lO Oz.
Fruit Punch


75'
79C


4/$100


Mrs. Filbert's 1 Lb.
Margarine 9c
Quarters 5


Fine Fare Round
Ice '/2 Gal. $
Cream


Orchard Run Delicious

%pples


Fresh Greens
TURNIPS
MUSTARD


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Yellow

onions


3 Lb. Bag
Apples
69c
Frs9Tne


Fresh Tender
Pole Beans


99C
Lbs. 99

Rutabagas
Lb.19


Fresh Crisp
CUCUMBERS


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BELL PEPPERS Ea. 10O


, 79c


3 b.5
Bag 59


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Celery


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Firm Crisp Head 3 9 c
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Check Our Prices Before Buying
FREEZER ORDERS
We presently have several combinations
of freezer orders at VERY ATTRACTIVE
PRICES. Poultry, Beef and Pork PRICES-
ARE DOWN AT SAVEWAY. Our case
prices also reflect this savings. For more,
information on PKtutR ORDER SAVINGS
call me at 227-1292. WILEY HOPPS,
Market Manager -


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PORT ST. JOE SHARKS-Front row, left to right:' Rozell Jenkins, Tim
Stutzman, Chris Adkison, Ron Nichols, Tommy King, Harold Mathes,
Richard Parker, Andy Wilkerson, Mark Wester, Kenny Mason, Michael
Harris and Stefon Sims. Middle row: Kelvin Cherry, David Bray, Jake
Tankersley, Ashley Abrams, Billy Merchant, Pat May, Jerry Shores, Gene


JR. VARS
Sept. 13 W
Sept. 20 B]
Sept. 27 R
Oct. 4 We
Oct. 11 Ma
Oct. 18 Blo
Oct. 25 Op
Nov. 8 Op


Floore, Kip Altstaetter, Alan Sisk, Dusty May, Greg Cannon and Blane Cox.
Back row: Coach Rick Williams, Coach Chris Earley, Joey Raffield, Ronald
Minger, Rick Taylor, Chuck Stephens, Jim Costin, Jeff Wood, Castledera
Gant, Darrell Brown, Jonny Bryant, Coach Wayne Taylor and Coach Kesley
Colbert. -Star photo







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SITY SCHEDULE October 12
fewa H 7:00
lountstown H 7:00
osenwald T 1:30
wa T 7:30
irianna H 7:00 P
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Bailey and Tiffany Swatts. On top: Stacey
Tharpe, Leslie Costin and Tammy Butts. Gwen
Sims is Captain and Tammy Butts, co-captain.


St. Joe Auto Parts
NAPA Phone 229-8222

St. Joe Furniture
and APPLIANCE CO. Phone 227-1251

St. Joe Hardware
Whirlpool Appliances Phone 229-8028

St. Joe Motor Co.
Phone 227-1336

St. Joe Natural Gas
Gas Is Naturally Better Phone 229-8831

Saveway Food Store
We Have Freezer Beef Orders


JR. HIGH SCHEDULE
Sept. 13 Wewa H 5:00
Sept. 20 Blountstown H 5:00
Sept. 27 Open
Oct. 4 Wewa T 5:30
Oct. 11 Open
Oct. 18 Blountstown T 5:30
Oct. 20 Open


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Blountstown "TIGERS"


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The Following Supporters

wish to offer their support

to the Sharks

Aline's Coiffures, Inc.
315 Williams Merle Norman Cosmetics

The Athletic House
323 Reid Ave. Phone 229-6805
Wayne & Kaye Parrish, Owners

Beach Lumber Co.
Call 648-5014 for All Your Building Needs

Beauty Boutique
Your New Redken Dealer 229-8153

Butler's Rest. & Lounge
Call 227-1386 '

Carr's Auto Sales
Phone 229-6961

Citizen's Federal Savings
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PORT ST. JOE
Phone 227-1416

Comfoi ter Funeral Home
Hortense and Rocky Comforter 227-1818

COSTIN'S
Quality at Savings Phone 229-8716

Dairy Burger
Come by after the game for a Snack 229-8763

Danley Furniture Co.
Make Your House A Home

David Rich's IGA Foodliner

Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka

Driebbach's Cleaners
Pick-Up and Delivery

Earley Hdwe., Coastal Mfg.
Hwy. 98 Highland View 227-1763

Florida Boy Seafood
Home of the Best Dressed Seafood 229-6934

Florida Farm Bureau
All Your Insurance Needs 648-5087

Florida 1st National Bank
at Port St. Joe Phone 229-8282

Hannon Insurance
and Real Estate

Hickory House
Open After the Game Call 229-8422

Highland View Motors
603 Highway 98 at Highland View

K&D TV & Sound
Your RADIO SHACK Dealer

Neel's Shoes
Shoes for the Entire Family 220 Reid Ave.

Pate's Service Center
Firestone & Michelin Tires 227-1291

Pauline's
Specializing in Homemade Desserts and
Noon Buffet

Piggly Wiggly
For Greater Savings Phone 227-1728

Preachers Dept. Store
"Best of Luck, Sharksl!"

Smith's PhaImiacy
Call 227-1723 for Prescription Needs
Sub Shop
401 Monument Avenue

Sugar Plum Tree
Billy J. Rich, Owner Phone 229-6010

Thames Jewelers
Watches Diamonds Gifts

Western Auto
David B. May Phone 227-1105

Wewahitchka State Bank
229-8268


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 11. 1979


PAGE


THIRTEEN
.


Sharks Squeak Out 13-12 Win Over Apalachicola


Port St. Joe's Rick Taylor takes both lines touchdown in overtime Friday night.
across the goal line with him as he scored a


Rozell Jenkins gives an Apalach defender yard run. --Star photos
the old "stutter-step" as he takes off on a 28-


Junior Class Will be Selling

Magazine Subscriptions to Raise Funds


The junior class of Port St.
Joe High School will be selling
magazine subscriptions in the
upcoming weeks. Profits from
this fund raising project will


Port St. Joe's offense just
wasn't working right last
Friday night, as the Sharks
barely came out with a win
over Apalachicola after going
into a double overtime period.
The Sharks pulled the game
out of the fire on the last play
of the second overtime, when
Rick Taylor's kick for the
extra point was good after the
Apalachicola try for an extra
point failed.
The Sharks managed only
two first downs in the first
half, while the defense held
the Franklin County team to
very little gain.
The Sharks threatened only
once in the first half, when
they drove to the Apalachicola
10 yard line about the middle
of the quarter, only to have the
drive killed by a holding
penalty.
To start the threat, Michael
Harris intercepted a Stacy
Kervin pass on the Shark 47
yard line and went all the way
to the Apalachicola 10 before
he was knocked out of bounds.
The referee ruled Mason's
knee had touched the ground
on the Apalach 47 and brought
the ball back. The Sharks put
together a drive then and
moved to the Apalach 37
before the penalties began to
set them back.
Apalachicola also threaten-
ed once in the first half when
they wound up on the Shark 14
with a first down late in the
second quarter. Jerry Shores
stopped the drive when he
intercepted a Kervin pass with
29 seconds left in the half.
Neither team scored in the
second half, even though the
Shark offense picked up a
little momentum at times
during the remainder of the
regulation game.
Jeff Wood sparked hope in
the Shark fans when he
intercepted a Kervin pass on
the Shark 38 and ran all the
way back to the Apalachicola
46 before he was brought
down. Two plays later, the
Sharks had fumbled the ball
and David Paul recovered for
Apalachicola.
The Apalachicola Sharks
were not to keep the ball for
long, however. On the second
play from scrimmage Dpusty
SMty-intercepted a Kervin
pass on the Shalk 43, but once
again, the Shark offense
couldn't take advantage of the
break.
As the last period opened,
the Sharks had the ball deep in
their own territory on the six
yard line. Helped by an
Apalachicola 15 yard penalty


go toward meeting expenses
for the Jr.-Sr. prom.
All support from the people
of the community will be
greatly appreciated.


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Blane Cox pressures Apalachicola's quarter-
back Stacy Kervin as he attempts to pass.


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Mustard seed was supposed to prevent splinters.
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St. Joe Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
201 'ng Avenue Highway 71
Port St. Joe, Fla. Wewahitchka, Florida
229-.8222 639-5711


for unsportsmanlike conduct,
the Sharks worked the ball out
of the hole and began to put
together their first decent
drive of the night. Dusty May
ran for 10 yards to the Shark
33. A Taylor pass to Blane Cox
moved the Sharks to the 45.
Two passes to Gant and Wood
went wide of the mark, then

Rozell Jenkins rambled up the
sidelines for a 28 yard gain.
This put the ball on the
Apalachicola 28 yard line
where the drive died. Four
downs later, the Sharks were
still on the Apalachicola 28.
Neither team offered a
threat to their opponent for the
remainder of the regulation
game.
OVERTIME
For the third time in four
games, the Sharks went into


The Wewahitchka Gators
kept their win record perfect
this past Friday when they
overwhelmed the Sneads Pi-
rates, 35-0.
The Gators used their strong
running attack, led by half-
.backs Charles Porter and
Harold Williams in their
strong running attack against
the Pirates, retaining their
number one rating state-wide
in 1-A division.
The Gators racked up 368
yards on the ground against
the Pirates. Porter was re-
sponsible for 202 of the ground
yards and Williams plowed for
146. Williams made most of his
yardage on two runs when he


overtime, and for the third
time in four games, it took twq
overtime periods for the game
to be decided.
In the first overtime period,
Apalachicola had first crack
at the goal line from the 10. On
the. first play from scrim-
mage, which saw the Apalach
Sharks put everyone on the
line, Kervin passed to the left
end zone corner to Joey
Mallon for the TD, but Kir-
vin's kick went wide of the
mark.
The Sharks then took their
turn. On second down, Taylor
went up the middle to the
two yard line. May then
squirted to the six inch mark,
then Taylor bullet over with a
sneak. His extra point attempt
was blocked by Lawrence
O'Neal and the score stood at-


scored on gallops of 75 and 15
yards.
The Gators passed only one
time for a 10 yard gain.
The Pirates were held to
only 68 yards on the ground
and 28 passing by the strong
Gator defense.
TOMORROW NIGHT
Tomorrow night, the Gators
will host Baker.
YARDSTICK
Sneads Wewa


First downs'
Rushes-yards
Passing yards
Passes
Punts
Fumbles
Penalties-yards


10
29-68
28
13-4-3
4-25
1-0
6-45


11
35-368
10
1-1-0
0-0
6-6
7-55


6-6 after the first overtime
period.
In the second overtime,
Apalachicola scored on first
down on exactly the same play
they had scored with in the
first overtime. This time,
Kirvin's kick for the extra
point was blocked by the
middle of the Shark line, but
Apalachicola now had a 12-6
lead.
The Sharks were in motion
on their first play in second
overtime, but Apalachicola
declined the penalty. On sec-
ond down, Taylor hit Jeff
Wood with a pass at the two.
On third down, Taylor carried
the ball over, but a Sharks'
motion penalty nullified the
score. With third down and
seven yards to go, Michael


Harris ran to the two yard
line. On the last down, Thylor
pushed across the goal line to
tie the score. His game
winning kick was right
through the middle of the
uprights to win the game for
the Sharks, 13-12.
FRIDAY'S GAME
Friday, the Sharks will hos
Blountstown, ranked fourth in
the state in 2-A division here
on the home field.
THE YARDSTICK


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Rushes-yards
Passing yards
Return yards
Passes
Punts Avg.
Fumbles lost
Penalties yards


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Cavoli Wins Tourney


Tyndall AFB's Chet Ciavoli, shooting
consistently while watchli g s opponents
falter, came from four strokes back at the
turn to capture the annual George Tapper
Invitational Golf tournament by four strokes
Sunday.
Cavoli finished with a 74 on the day for a
three-round total of 226 to take the traditional
red coat, symbolic of the tournament's
champion. Kirk Parker of Port St. Joe edged
Panama-City's Ed Chancey, Atlanta's Randy
Marchman and brother Tim Parker for the
runner-up position in the four-way playoff.
Kirk Parker had entered the tournament
with three consecutive wins.
Second round leader Dennis Parker, the
third Parker brother, had a four-stroke
advantage entering the final nine holes but
ran into problems and finished with an 83 on
the day for a sixth-place 233.
Tim Parker, after rounds of 78 and 80,
worked his way into the four-way playoff for
second with the tournament's best score of 72
on Sunday.


PORT ST. JOE-Final round scores of the George Tapper
InvitationalGolf Tournament held in Port St. Joe.
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT
A Division
Chet Cavoli 75-77-74-226, Kirk Parker 75-77-781-0, Ed
Chancey 75-76-79-230, Randy Marchman 74-78-78-230. Tim
Parker 7880-72-30, Dennis Parker 76-7440342, Ben Brown
W, ManoWhitehead W/D.
B Division
Wayne Ernst 84-7740-241, Kerry Marchmano842-74-2 4.,
Aubrey Jeffries 77-8-40-242, Walker Johes n3-7941-143. Billy
Barlow 77-83-244, Dan McLane 824043-245, Robert
Koehnemano 83-844-249, Jim Marchman W/D.
FIRST FLIGHT
A DIvisio
Marvin Shmtfessel 75-7841-234, Ben McCrary 7S-86-79-3.
Jim Welch 75405-41, Conrad WIllama 8342-e-245, Bill
Clause 4-10-67.l1, Jim Harrison 81-4745-253, Crmshull Har-
rmon I43-W25, Bob Woods W/D.
B Division
John Tomllnson 3-91-M4-258, Sid Johnston 97-48-M261,
Everit Williams ttl-924-22. Bill Abbolt 86t-1 630,
Millard CollIns U-2420-264, Robert Edwards M647-96-2I,
Ray Trubey 93-447-274. Julian Bennett W/D.
SECONDFLIGHT
A Division
Gus Hutchinson 2-82481-245, Henry Knowles 81-448447,
Ray Oestricher 83-8144-248, James White 04649-253, Ran-
dy Steopena 81487-354, Rodney Avant M887-55, Robert
H',ltr 8744419-20, John Meeka s8 M49-l.
B Division
Bob Jackson 848746W259, Jim DeCosmo 87-9242-261, Paul
Kacxorowski 89-9045-254, Bill Lee 3-40-4-277. Wesley
Grace 10046&91-277, Tom Etheridge 8-96-0"-2M, Wade Ad-
mire M--100-283, Bill Coker 95--95-2S3.
THIRD FLIGHT
A Division
Bill Dickens 784-856-249, Robert Pratt 824-24-253, Ras
Hil l14846-253,H.L. Maxwell 884-81-257, Eldon Miller W-
8850-282, RIp Rowan 8645-95-264, Harry Lowry 83454"N,..


Jim Clement 874192-268.
B Division
Hunter LeSuer 9048-266, W.L. Bailey 44746-W277, John
Wood24646-8277, Joe Spence -9141-78, Harre Holloway,
93-9240--O, Mike Munn 96-95-8-291, John Butterfield O&.
no score, Virgil Henley 13-w-no score.
FOURTH FIGHT
A Division
Troy Parrish 7s4s-88251, Carl Wallas 84-904I-. PauI
Nix 86M-8-9,. Pete Butler 8s30-8-W Gnor, e WImWldrk
8-645-264, Colln Kelley 90-4W0-81, C. R. WU ll046a",
Doug WilsonM4-no core.
BDilvlasion
Kenneth Sconlers 87-9Q-273 Roger Laney 95-8m
George Small 83-W-274, Herbert Walls 954441-17, P66
Kallnosky I41-128<2, .-90-11-22,a Richar Harma 14-
-2M, James Davls.-9O-94-l .
FIFTH FLIGHT
Bill Adcock 6-891-2-6. BIB BrowMn M--s8i Frank
Hannon 491-92-267, Jimmy Costin 688454-2W, Danny Wll
90404 P.L. Watson 3-4-91-277, William Harris 8906
148-277, Bo Boulogton 85-1014-6284.
B Division
C.W. Brock 92-648-276, Tom Coldeway @904640-21 Al
Harrison 9443-M92779, Jimmy Harrison -5. Ray Aberk
9707-44-288, Jimmy Bookout S-985-28, Jake Raster M-
1036- 97, Gene Clement 9 S3-1l06-304.
SIXTH FLIGHT
A Divtslo
Rex Buzett 8-885-271, Waring Murdock 8434-M,
Tim Griffin 94-.t98-277, David Gaskin 884-14-l1, Jamen
Tankersley 97925-W-2 Ralph Shtrah 904-lS-t2, Lamar
Hardy 9441-2=..
B Division
G.L. Kennngton 97-101-W9-M97, W.E. Whaley 0l4f7W4-28,
Dan McDonald 101-7-103-301. Earl Roblnette 1002-49-,
Jim Garner 10D67-01-304, Carroll Wright W6-10Il411,
Robert Nedley 106-1l0-30-317, Bob Calto 10106-1012M
Charlie Smith 101-119-119-339.


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