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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: November 8, 1979
Frequency: weekly
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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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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, NOVEMBER 8, 1979


Late Tax Bills




Could Empty




CityPocketbook


Delays in sending out tax money wouldn't make the
bills this year may put the City payroll for the period of time
of Port St. Joe in a financial projected.
f A r A f .. ... A-- SA- t ..


b nd before tax receipts begin
coming in, according to City
Clerk Alden Farris.
Tuesday night, at the regu-
lar Commission meeting,
Commissioner Tom Coldewey
asked Farris if the City was in
financial position to wait until
late in December before be-
ginning to receive any tax
money in the City's coffers.
Farris replied that the City
could last that long, but it
might be forced to cash in
some Certificates of Deposit
-. whjch have not matured as
Yet. "Right now, we have
about $40,000 in the bank to
last us until that time without
having to borrow or cash in.
our CD's", Farris said. He
pointed out that this amount of


County Tax Collector Har-
land Pridgeon said last week
that tax bill mailing will be
delayed until the latter part of
this month due to the State
Department of Revenue turn-
ing down the first draft of the
County Property Appraiser's
roll for taxing purposes.
Coldewey remarked that
with tax payers having 30 days
in which to get their four
percent discount on taxes
paid, it is unlikely that any
appreciable amount of taxes
will be received until late in
December.
Ordinarily substantial tax
payments begin coming in late
in November.
ZONING REQUEST
Robert Nedley, represent-


Cost Sinks Idea


of White City'


Water, Sewer


Engineers asked to' do 0
* 'study for a possiblewat t and
- sewer system for White City
all but ruled out the possibility
as being economically unfeas-
ible in a letter to County
Administrative Assistant
Tommy Pitts last week.
The firm of Russell and
Axon, who is making a 201
study for the City of Port St.
Joe had been asked by the
County Commission to give a
cost estimate of including
White City in the study for
possible water and sewer
systems construction.
The firm's letter to Pitts
said such a study would cost in
the neighborhood of $150,000 to
$200,000 to meet the require-
ments of the Environmental
Protection Agency in order to
be eligible to receive federal
loans and grants on such a
system. The letter said that
even with the federal payment
toward such a study, the
county would still have to
come up with $37,500 to $50,000
for their part of the feasibility
study, which, in effect, is what
a 201 study is composed of.
The letter went on to state
that, based on "EPA curves"
such a system would cost from
$700,000 to $800,000, to give the
community a treatment capa-


city of 50,000 gallons per day,
which would allow for a 20-
year growth.
According to the letter,
there are 141 homes in the
area, and would require a
collection system five miles in
length. The letter stated, "The
cost of the collection system is
high due to the sparce devel-
opment in White City".
Again, based on the "EPA
curve", which is an estimate
based on past experience, the
total monthly bill per house-
hold, to pay for the system and
its operation would amount to
around $23.40 per month.
EPA would give a 75 per
cent grant for the project, but
either the county or the
residents of the area would
have to pay between $175,000
and $200,000 toward the cost of
construction of such a system.
In the Oak Grove district,
the county set up a special
water and sewer district, with
the people of the community
paying off the borrowed mon-
ey with a sur-charge on their
monthly water and sewer
bills.
The letter summed up by
saying, "As you can see, it will
be expensive to develop a new
wastewater collection and
treatment system for White
City under this program."


ing St. Joe Paper Company,
made a request of the Com-
mission Tuesday night for the
re-zoning of some of their
property on Fifth Street.
Nedley asked changes be
made in the present stipula-
tions for blocks 29 and 35 on
Fifth Street. The blocks lie on
each side of Fifth Street east
of Garrison Avenue.
Nedley asked that both
blocks be re-zoned as C-1-A,
commercial district, restrict-
ed to retail. Presently, block
29 is zoned as C-2, commercial
district, light industrial.
More specifically, only the
north side of block 35, lying
north of Sixth, Street would be
affected by the. re-zoning
request. Presently, part of the
area requested to be changed
is zoned C-2, commercial
district, light industrial and
part is zoned R-1, single
family district.
The Commission agreed to
hold a public hearing on the
zoning request which would
zone all of block 29 and that
part of 35 north of Sixth Street
as commercial and create an
alley extended from the north
curve in Wescott Circle east to
Knowles. Avenue at the south
boundary of the requested
re-zoning.
DER WRITES
The State Department '6f
Environmental RegUlationr
nudged the City this week, by
letter, to. get going with a
study by engineers to deter-
mine why the dike around the
80-acre settling pond at the
Wastewater Treatment Plant
is leaking.
The DER notified the City
some time ago that they would
like a study of the situation,
even though the City has been
told by the design engineers of
the facility that the dike is
supposed to seep moisture.
The DER became concern-
ed about the dike in 1977 and
asked for a study of the
problem.
In July of this year, the City
obtained a federal grant for an
engineering study of the entire
operation of the plant, includ-
ing the dike, but engineers
have not really gotten into the
matter of conducting their
study.
In their Tuesday letter, the
DER asked that the City
submit immediately the sche-
dule for accomplishing the
requirements of DER and that
the study be made. They
asked that priorority be given to
the dike study by engineers.
Permission to operate the
Wastewater Plant was given
by DER with the condition
that the dike study be made.


A
St. Joe
started
from t
Service


according to Gordon Forster, SJPC forester, a spark blew across Highway 9
Aand set the woods on fire about 600 feet south of the-original fire. This blaze
F ire B urns 65 A cres travelled to the intersection of Highway 98 and SR 30-A before it could be
brought under control by fire fighting brigades.
raging forest fire destroyed some 65 acres of wood lands just south of Port Forster said the cause of the fire was unknown, but that dry conditions
e Sunday afternoon and made a huge smoke while it was doing it. The fire which exist now caused it to travel fast and made it a potential disaster in the
d south of Second Street in Oak Grove at about 3:00 p.m., and fire fighters heavily forested area. The picture above was taken near the intersection of the
the Port St. Joe Volunteers, St. Joe Paper Company and Florida Forest two highways when the fire was at its peak. The smoke nearly hid the sun as it
:e quickly put out the first fire after it burned about 15 acres. Then, made its way through the dry woods. -Star photo
, '-, o fl .-' .


Fund Growing


The fund to purchase a new portable
X-ray unit and an infant care machine for the
surgical suite of the Municipal Hospital is
continuing to grow, with several sizeable
donations made this week toward the $25,000
goal.
In the photo above, Mrs. Ernie Gorham is
presenting Dr. Shirley Simpson with a check
for $560.00 toward the project. The check
includes $500.00 from the Hospital Auxiliary,


sponsors of the fund drive; $50.00 from the
Royal Hearts Sunday School class and $10.00
from the Bethany Sunday School class, both
of the First Baptist Church.
In addition to these donations, there have
been others this week, including $25.00 from
Florida First National Bank at Port St. Joe;
$100.00 from Dr. Shirley Simpson; $50.00 from
Buzzett's Drug Store and $25.00 from Jake's
Restaurant. -Star photo


City's Handling


of Stray Dogs


-Is Vindicated

Several months ago, the City of Port St. Joe received a
complaint due to the continued operation of its dog catching
activities and the manner in which unclaimed dogs were
disposed of after they had been in the City pound for a period
of time.
The complaint was made all the way to the Governor's
office, where it was turned over the State Division of Health
for investigation.
The investigation fell the lot of County Environmental
Health Director N. C. Schweikert to make. This week, he sent
his report to the City, with copies going to the person filing
the complaint, Mayor Frank Pate and former County
Commission chairman Billy Branch.
In his report, Schweikert listed his findings that the
City's dog pound operation and dog catching activities -
offered no health hazard. He stated, "If dogs continue to run
loose in congested areas, then a health hazard could exist."
Schweikert also found, "The larger the fine, the more
effect it has on whether a person will continue to violate the
law, or make a sincere effort, in this case, to confine his
animal in accordance with the law."
In his recommendations, Schweikert advised: "That the
City of Port St. Joe continue to enforce a leash law. It is
needed in heavily populated areas .. That the City of Port
St. Joe continue to operate its animal shelter in the
outstanding way it has in the past... That the County of Gulf
continue to operate and maintain its landfills in the
commendable manner they have in the past."
The complaint listed the manner in which dogs are put to
sleep as being inhumane and the manner in which they were -
disposed of at the County Landfill site as being unsanitary.
Schweikert said the manner in which dogs were disposed
of "is the most humane way possible."


Extend Sylvachem Penalty


~-.-,-.-..


, 200 Welcome Doctors
Port St. Joe's two new doctors were the honored guests at
a reception held at the Municipal Hospital Sunday afternoon
by the Hospital Auxiliary. More than 200 people turned out to
meet the new doctors and their families and to welcome them


to Port St. Joee In the photo above, Mrs. Wayne Hendrix,
back to camera, welcomes, left to right, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Harper, Brian North and his parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. W.
North. Dr. Harper is a general surgeon and conducts a
practice of general medicine, while Dr. North is an
Obstetrics and Gynecology specialist. Both have their offices
in the south wing of the Hospital. -Star photo


The City of Port St. Joe
extended the deadline for
application of penalties
against Sylvachem Corpora-
tion Tuesday night. The penal-
ties, which would allow the
City to charge Sylvachem
double their normal charges
for violation of limits as
outlined in an agreement for
use of the plant will now
extend until December 6.
The reasons for the applica-
tion of the penalty notice were
discussed at length by a
meeting between the City and
their two customers at the
plant, St. Joe Paper Company
and Sylvachem, last Thursday
morning. Sylvachem has been
warned for going over their
limits in contribution to the
plant and for putting mater-
ials into the plant not covered
under the original agreement.
At the Thursday meeting,
limits were again spelled out
and degrees of responsibility
for payment of operation and
bonding expenses.
Under the agreement, for
repayment of bonds floated to
finance construction of the
plant, St. Joe Paper Company


will be responsible for 95.373
percent, Sylvachem for 2.302
percent and the City of Port
St. Joe, 2.325 per cent.
St. Joe Paper Company will
be responsible for 94.478 per-
cent of operation costs; Sylva-
chem, 3.433 per cent and the
City of Port St. Joe, 2.089 per
cent.
Charles- Morris, district
manager for Sylvachem, was


present at the meeting and
stated he was unaware of any
effluent his plant was putting
into the system which was
foreign to the agreement. He
said his firm would conduct an
investigation of the matter
during the next 30 days and
give the City a report of their
findings. "If we are adding
something we shouldn't, we
will take steps to stop it",


Morris stated.
Attorney Billy Joe Ris told
Morris the firm had been told
of their violations in contribu-
tion several times, but Morris
said he was unaware of the
matter.
The pledge by Morris
prompted the City's move
Tuesday night to extend the.
date of the application 'of
penalties.


J. Heathcock, Alice Kunel


Win In Mexico Beach Vote


Mexico Beach returned
Mayor Jim K. Heathcock to
office Tuesday in voting which
saw the election of one new
councilman and the re-elec-
tion of a second.
Tom Hudson retained his
seat on the Council, as he was
elected unopposed in Group 4.
In Group 5, Alice Kunel won
out in a field of two, defeating
Jeff Sellers, 128 to 102. Both


are newcomers to Mexico
Beach politics. The Group 5
post was filled in interim by E.
B. Miller who chose not to run
for a full term. Miller was
appointed to the post -'when
Heathcock vacated the posi-
tion to accept the vacated
Mayor position after the re-
signation of Mayor Bob Hale
back during the summer.
Heathcock won his first full


term as Mayor Tuesday when
he defeated Robert D. Hodge,
125 to 109.
According to Pat Hutchin-
son, Mexico Beach City Clerk,
Heathcock, Kunel and Hudson
will begin their new terms
with the first meeting in
December. They will be sworn
into office and take over their
duties on Monday, December
3.


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fr Editorials and Opinions


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THE ,STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1979


Merchants I

Every time some group or organization
comes up with a project during the year, they,
.automatically go to their friendly merchants
S.,Jin town for help. They donate prizes, money,
advice, equipment, etc., and are happy to do
Sit. It makes them a part of the community in
S= which they live and creates good will with
everyone.
| Now, the merchants need the help of the
organizations. The kind of help they are
asking for isn't all give -and no receive. Not
S'only will the organizations have fun and
Fellowship giving the merchants this much-
needed help, but they help, but they have an opportunity to
5 win a substantial cash prize for their efforts.
The merchants need the help of organiza-
tions in putting on the annual Christmas
parade thi year. For years, the Port St. Joe
Jaycees have been taking care -of the
; production of Port St. Joe's annual Christmas
5 parade. This year, the Jaycees have fallen on
hard times and are now in the throes of
re-organizing. Their present position makes
them unable to produce the parade this year.
H They wanted to, but they just couldn't get their
organization together fast enough to do it.
They will probably be back on the job next
i year.
Even though the Jaycees can't produce




storing, Carr

.!Playing Wit



by Roy Lee Carter Gulf County Extension Direc-
tor with the University of
Soringgasoline in portable Florida's Institute of Food and
:containers around your home Agricultural Sciences.
or in the trunk of you car is "We're all used to thinking
like "Playing with Dyna- of gasoline as part of our
mite." says Roy Lee Carter, everyday lives". But no one


John 8:28-30 (KJV)
Key Word: Obedience
(Verse 28) "Then said Jesus.
unto them, 'When ye have
lifted up the Son of man, then
' shall ye know that I am he,
- and that I do nothing of
Myself; but as my Father hath
taught me, I speak these
things.
(Verse 29) And he that sent
me is with me: the Father'
hath not left me alone; for I do
always those things that
please him.'
(Verse 30) As he spake these
words, many believed on
him."
In the eighth chapter of
John, Jesus is busy teaching
us about Himself and His
Father, God. In the thirteenth
verse, the Pharisees called
Him a liar. They rejected His
word that He was the Son of


God.
In this passage verses 28
through 30, Jesus is telling the
people that when He is cruci-
fied (lifted up) then shall they
know He IS the Son of God.
Being thus He tells us He does
and says only what His Father
taught Him. This is our
example of obedience. He
assures us that the God that
sent Him is with Him and will
not leave Him alone. He
finishes this passage stating
He did only those things that
pleased God. Verse 30 tells us
that many believed on Him as
He taught on the Kingdom of
God in Word and Truth.
When the Word is taught
people will be saved. The
example Jesus set for us on
obedience to God is sufficient.
Read of Him and follow His
example.


Teed Help to Produce Christmas Parade


the parade, the merchants are anxious to get'
the job done and still have a fine, enjoyable
parade for the kids and the parents, just as
usual. Again, they will be offering substantial
cash prizes for the best floats to be entered.
In order to have a good Christmas parade,
floats are needed. That's where the clubs,
organizations, churches, youth groups, etc.,
come in. Your help is needed in preparing and
entering floats.
In order to produce the parade in an


enjoyable fashion, everyone is going to have to
hustle from now until December 8, the parade
date. Time is creeping up on everyone,
especially the merchants. They learned only a
couple of weeks ago they would have to take
the bull by the horns and get the parade lined
up. There will be little time for personal
contact with potential float entries. Our area
organizations have always risen to the
,occasion around here to get done what needs
getting done, and we feel this will be no


exception.
The merchants are not planning on any
slip-shod presentation of a parade this year
and with your help, it won't be.
So groups,. make your plans now to begin
work on your Christmas parade float. The
merchants will appreciate your cooperation
and we know everyone in the area will
appreciate your efforts when they are shown
in the Christmas parade.


Mr. Goodwrench, Somebody Has Lied About Mileage


I am extremely interested in conserving
energy, and I am an avid television observer. I
listen intently to all the suggestions made over
the air to increase the miles per gallon of
gasoline consumed.
But, Mr. Goodwrench, I have a problem.
After listening and looking at teevee commer-
cials, I have taken the following action based
upon statements made:
1. I got a six cylinder auto, which is
supposed to get 25 per cent better gas mileage.
2. I have changed oil and had a new oil
filter installed. That is supposed to increase


ying Gasoline



Dynamite


should ever forget that gaso-
line is an extremely volatile,
flammable liquid that must be
handled with utmost caution
at all times."
Recent concern over the
availability of gasoline has
prompted an increasing num-
ber of people to stockpile the
fuel in their homes and cars.
As a consequence, the number
of deaths and injuries from
accidental explosions also has
mounted.
The public must begin to
realize that there is no safe
way to store gasoline in the
car or home. Gasoline vapors
expand and can split the
seams of an unvented can or
plastic container. In some
cases, the expansion can even
cause vapor leakage from a
vented "safety" can.
If you carry gas in the trunk
of your car, even a minor rear
end collision or a spark from a
short in the tail lfght or brake
light could set off an inferno
resulting in injury or death.
Considering the high risk
involved, motorists, should
transport fuel only in extreme
emergencies. The container
used should be protected
against accidental spillage or
damage. Glass or plastic
containers and rusted metal
cans are especially hazard-
ous and should not be used.
No one should keep gasoline
within a residential structure
of any kind.- However, if you


feel you must have a small
amount of fuel on hand to
power a lawn mower or other
equipment, my advice is that
you keep the fuel in a secure
shelter a good distance away
from all living quarters. Make
sure, too, that storage areas
are well-ventilated to prevent
the buildup of gasoline vapors.
Never bring a motorcycle or
a gasoline powered bike into
your house or apartment for
storage or repair work, and
never smoke or allow anyone
in the vicinity to smoke while
you are fueling or working on
equipment powered by gaso-
line.

SALTY
SALLY "


A personal note of 1
appreciation included
with the employee's pay
doesn't make the pay
worth more...But it sure
makes the employee
worth more.


gas mileage by five per cent.
3. I take my car to the service station
once a week to have the tires properly
inflated. This is supposed to save five per cent
of gas consumed.
4. I had a tune up. New spark plugs and
points were put in. This, the commercials
stated, would save 15 per cent of the gas.
5. I cut off both the air conditioner and
the heater. The commercials said this would
save another five per cent of the gas.
6. On the road I do not drive over 55 miles
per hour. This is supposed to save 10 per cent.


7. The driving manual states if a vehicle
is driven at a steady pace, and sudden stops or
rapid acceleration are eliminated, there will
be a saving of 10 per cent.
Mr. Goodwrench, somebody has lied. I
have done all the above things to get better
mileage, and if, my arithmetic serves me
correctly, I should be saving 75 per cent on
gasoline consumption. I have run five tests,
and I am getting 11.5 miles per gallon (some of
it downhill).
-Marvin Griffin
Bainbridge, Ga., Post-Searchlight


From



An



Acorn


Mighty oaks from lit-
tIe acrons grow, as the
old saying goes.
Mighty oaks, which
grow properly, make a
sensational display for
us humans to enjoy and
use for shade.
This mighty oak,
grown from a little
acron is an example of
what can happen if a
small start is made and
a lot of effort put forth
through the years. The
result is something peo-
ple can enjoy. Even
when it's days are over,
this mighty oak will
enhance someone's life
as it burns merrily
away in a fireplace on
some cold, crisp eve-
ning.
-Star photo


When You Break Out the Wood Heating Stoves You're Back to the Basics


OUR SCHOOLS are getting back to
the basics and that's good. Now, we are
Getting back to the basics with other
things, particularly things connected
with energy, and I don't know if that's
good or not.
The trend now is to install heating,
equipment using wood as a source of
fuel.This is good in that a wood fire in a
wood stove or fireplace makes a cheery
glow in the home, but I am dubious
about what effect this will have on our
health.
I recall the days of living with
wood, coal, oil and gas heaters and they
were good. I also remember that one
could back up to these heaters and toast
on one side while continuing to freeze on
the other. This resulted in a highly
rehearsed twist in front of the stove and
might very well have been the
inspiration for the dance which was so
popular in the early '60's.
I remember when we moved into
our house about 17 years ago and
having trepidations about the fact that


it was equipped with central heat. No
longer would I be able to come inside
and back up to the space heater to toast.
It all worked out fine and I wouldn't
trade the central heat now, unless I
have to.





ETAOIdS





The switch to wood burning heaters
isn't just for us peons. I see where the
President of the United States has
dusted off the old wood burning heaters
in the White House and is pressing them
into service.
The President has one advantage
over the rest of us. I imagine the


atmosphere which prevails in the White
House makes it unnecessary to add too
much heat from a wood stove, central
- heat or whatever. That hot seat should
keep most anyone warm.


FRENCHIE IS JUST aching for it
to get cold here in Northwest Florida.
About a year ago, we decided to do
some remodeling at our house and part
of this work called for putting in a
fireplace.
For about six months we had a


fireplace in our garage, which we
planned to make into a family room,
and now that the chore is done and she
is just dying to build a fire in the
fireplace.
I came home one night about two


weeks ago, when the weather had just
cooled off a bit, and she had half of our
kindling supply in the fireplace burn-
ing. It wasn't much of a fire, but now
with the kindling almost used up, I
dread the time when it gets cold and we
have to build a warming fire in the
fireplace with no kindling.


One advantage we have over you is
that we have several newsprint "butts"
left over here at The Star from press
runs which we can use to build a fire.
It's going to kill my Scotch soul to use it
for that purpose, though, when I
remember how much it costs.

AYOTOLLA KHOMEIMI is sup-
posed to be a religious man. He said he
kicked the Shah off his Peacock throne
because of his decadence and allowing
the people of the country to do all sorts
of un-god-like things, like wear short
skirts, short sleeve shirts, no covering
over a female face in public and so
forth.
Last week when it was found the
Shah had cancer and it was getting
worse, old religious Khomeini said,
"Praise God for it! I pray to God that it
will be fatal."..
What a religious attitude!
From that statement, it would
appear to me that God may know
Khomeini, but Khomeini doesn't know
much about God.


I GOT ONE! Ever since the Susan
B. Anthony imitation silver dollars
came out several months ago, I have
been expecting to get one passed off on
me, and last week it happened. While I
was putting out The Star late Wednes-
day afternoon at various news stands
throughout the county, one of the
stations gave me two Susan B.
Anthony's when they paid for 'their
papers.
I got rid of those things just as fast
as I could. Two of the grandsons came
over to the house Thursday night, and I
passed them off on the two grandsons.
Now, after they read this, I'll have
to start looking at my change closer in
the future to come up with seven more,
so all of the grandchildren can have
one. I can't stop at just two.
One of the grandsons said, "Oh boy,
a nickel." The other one ran up to his
daddy and said, "Look here, Papaw
gave me a quarter."
Which goes to show you that adults
are not the only ones confused about the
new size of the imitation silver dollar.


St. Joseph

Bay Tides
High and low tides for St.
Joseph's Bay for the upcom-
ing week are shown in the
table below. The information
is furnished by the U.S.
Weather Bureau station in


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1979


PAGE THREE


Hearing Is Re-Scheduled


A hearing to give the
general public input to Gulf
County's comprehensive plan
has met with another delay,
according to Gulf County
Administrative Assistant,
Tommy Pitts.
Pitts said the hearing has
been delayed because the
promised copies of the plan for
the public to study have not
yet arrived as promised.The
hearing was scheduled to be
held this evening at 7:00 p.m..


after giving the public a
couple of weeks to have access
to the plan and study it. Now,
the hearing has been tenta-"
tively scheduled for next
Thursday evening, November
15, at 7:00 p.m., in the
Commission meeting room of
the Gulf County Courthouse.
Pitts said the hearing is
required by state law, but
local interests don't want to
hold the hearing without giv-


Beaches VFD Thanks

Public for Their Help


S r citizens Spook It Up The seniors enjoyed a grand time, devising and dressing up
in their costumes. After all, Hallowe'en isn't just for
The Gulf County Senior Citizens Association held a Hal- youngsters, it's for the young in heart, too. Shown are some of
lowe'en party last.Tuesday during their regular noon meal. the senior citizens enjoying the day. -Star photo


minister
evening


A oyster s
Kiwanian Rev. Johnnie McCurdy takes a. McCurd
lot of ribbing from his buddies, especially Son
about his affinity for going the wrong way to included
wherever he wishes to go.-But, in spite of it and a ',
all, they love him. would'
Tuesday evening of last week, they came ti
Showed it :fly presenting the Methodist "

OBITUARIES

Funeral Services Held

for Hilton B. Lewis


Hilton Bertram Lewis
passed away November 1 at
St. Petersburg after a long
illness. He was a native of the
Florida panahndle, born Au-
gust 21, 1910 in Panama City.
-He was the son of the late
Melvin and Sarah Elizabeth
Sizemore Lewis, and a grand-
son of the late ,Robert A.
Lewis, an early settler of
Apalachicola. Mr. Lewis came
to Port St. Joe in 1928, where
for many years he was
associated in business with his
father and brother, Duffy.
He is survived by: his wife,
the former Opal Thomas of
St. Petersburg, a daughter,
Annette Brown of San Diego,
Ca., two grandsons, Thomas
Lewis and Michael Hilton
Brown of San Diego, Ca., four
sisters, Shirley Shook of St.
Petersburg, Agnes Smith of
SGreensboro, Virginia Pridgen
of Panama City, and Edha Lee
Grubbs of Sarasota; two half
sisters, Rosa Newell of Tampa
and Myrtle Scarcliff of Mo-
bile, Ala.; and two brothers,

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'Phillip and Duffy Lewis of
Port St. Joe.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, at 2:00 p.m. in the
Long Avenue Baptist Church
in Port St. Joe, conducted by
the Rev. J.C. Odum. Inter-
ment followed in the family
plot at Holly Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of .Comforter Fune-
ral Home of Port St. Joe.


r with a plaque of appreciation at an
, of fellowship over a steaming pot of
stew. The plaque was presented ,to
ly by Billy Joe Rish.
me other gifts presented to McCurdy-
d a compas so he could find his way
wallet, with a chain attached, so he
t always be losing his wallet when it
me to buy gas on thechurch's bus.
-- Stair phot


IEbonyette
Pageant Sat.
The Ebonyettes are holding
their second annual Miss
Ebonyette Pageant Saturday,
November 10 at 7:30 p.m. at
the Washington Recreation
Center.
Immediately following the
pageant, a kiddie disco will be
held for the contestants and
other children who have pur-
chased a ticket for admission
to the pageant.
Tickets are on sale now by
members of the Ebonyette
Social & Civic Club. Admis-
sion is 50 cents for children
and $1.00 for adults.


Garden

Club Meets

Today
The Port St. Joe Garden
Club is sponsoring a pine cone
workshop today at 3 p.m. at
the Garden Center on Eighth
Street.
Mrs. Edward Reddy of
Panama City will be the
instructor for the workshop.
Bring pine cones of all sizes,
nuts, acorns, corn shucks,
assorted items, glue, glue gun
or whatever you may want to
work with. It is suggested that
you bring 'a pair of gloves if
you plan to work "with pine
cones and a pair of scissors.
Several members will be
working on swag techniques
and also invite anyone inter-
ested in this to bring rope and
greenery.
Get a head start with your
Christmas decorations by at-
tending this workshop.

Peterson Wins
Free Gasoline
The winner of the gas that
was given away on November
5 by the Quinn's Grocery
Warriors basketball team was
Ronnie Peterson, Route 1, Box
98i White City.. : .-
The Warriors team and
coaches want to thank each
and every one who gave a
donation and urge everyone to
come out and support the
team in the upcoming season.

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The members of the Gulf
County Beaches Volunteer
Fire Department would like to
take this opportunity to thank
the people who have sent in
their contributions in response
to the letters sent out to all
property owners of the bea-
ches area. Your contributions
are being kept on a permanent
record so that you may
request a receipt for tax
purposes.
This year we are trying to


raise enough money to equip
our fire engines that we
recently acquired through
military surplus. Our goal is to
protect you and your property,
therefore your goal should be
to see that we can.
Those residents that have
not yet sent in contributions
whether or not you received a
letter may do so by mailing it
to: Gulf County Beaches Vo-
lunteer Fire Department, Rt.
3, Box 64 B. Port St. Joe.


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d


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If there was ever a time for people to be
careful about managing money, it's now.
Nows the time you need more than mere
: financial advice. Y6u need expert personal
" helpfrbom professionals. Who can guide you
through the confusing jumble of financial
plans, develop a program that's right for you,
and put it to work.
Your needs are different from anyone
else's. Your financial plan has to be, too. For
example, is a 4-year certificate of deposit
right for you? Or would a 6-month money
market certificate work better? How much


ing the public a chance to
become familiar with what is
in the plan.
Copies for the general public
to study will be made avail-
able in the public library
buildings of the county, We-
wahitchka and Port St. Joe
city halls and in the County
Clerk's office in the court-
house. The plans may be


checked out over night for
those interested in the study.'


SHappy 35th
S Birthday

SDowlle, Barr
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NOTICE

Sale of Used Machinery

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

Used M-F 2200 Gas Tractor
Serial No. 9A14163, Motor No. 754169

Used Auburn Trenche,
M-F-65-H Serial No. 2264


Both for $350000


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

This equipment 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


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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe



Miss Barbara.


James Ledley

A candlelight setting en-
hanced the double ring cere-
mony uniting in holy wedlock,
SMiss Barbara Alatia Buzzett
.. of this city, and Mr. James
Ledley Terry of Houston,
; ;Texas, in the First United
- Methodist Church of Port
' Saint Joe, Saturday, Novem-
S ber third at six o'clock in the
"evening. Reverend John Mc-,
S Curdy was the officiating
, -, .minister for the marriage
Svows.
i' The bride is the daughter of
:Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gajnnon
"' Buzzett and the grand-daugh-
t er of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Charles R. Witherspoon and .
e' Ue late Mr. and Mrs. William .
,' .. Buzzett of Apalachicola.
"'he bride groom is the son of
< .-Dr. and Mrs. Jack V. Terry of
, :Fair Oaks, California.
e.-A program of pre-nuptial
?' -niusic for the evening was
Presented by Mrs. Ferrell
,.'Aen, Jr. Among the selec-
=,iens were "Jesu, Joy of Man's
,..siring" (Bach), "Ave Ma-
'ria" (Schubert), "Edelweiss" '
-Ttogers), and "Ariosa" '
ZTBach). After the mothers -
were seated, she rendered
,Wedding Song" and "One
:.' and, One Heart" (Bern- ..
A:A cathedral atmosphere
S' given to the sanctuary of .
church by the light of ';
luminous candles. The
hed.design of the choir loft .'
s lighted by candles' in
ge arched standards follow-
g the same design. The only .
rangement of flowers of .. '"'
i mums, gladoli and trail- '
fern was placed on the ;" ""' '4
a tar and the traditional brass
-, -Andlesticks were on either
Side. To the right and left were
11ll brass candlebra of semi- larly dressed an
; cular design holding white colonial bouquet:
lightedd tapers and outside the with silk apricot
bancel rail were brass candle rounded by Trop
trees softly lighting the wed- pink roses. Baby
i~lag scene. The vestments on flowers was worn in
iie altar and lecturn carried Bridesmaids were
'oit the theme of the church Buzzett, Port St.
"dason. Rebecca Louise
T.Xhe stately processional for Washintgon, D.
Sl e wedding party was Michael R. Smith, A
S 'Trumpet Voluntary" by Pur- Virginia; Mrs. K<
.;:1, and as the church tower land, Montgomery,
cimes of the grand old pipe and Miss Patricia
.began played (he six o'clock per, Port St. Joe.
!angelus heralding thew adding "' The bridegroonri
ho.ur, the bride entered "the -besl- man, his br
:beautiful sanctuary. John Terry of F
SEscorted to the altar and California. His ush
S given in marriage by her men were Mr. C
"father the bride was radiant in Buzzett and Mr. R
a Formal, original model of brothers of the bride
candlelight chiffon and Patrick May of Pc
French re-embroidered Alen- Capt. Douglas Ha
con lace. A high neckline of Mission Viejo, Calil
:rose patterned lace, lavishly Captain James Pet
beaded with seed pearls en- sacola.
Ochanced the bodice and ex- After exchanging
:tended to the waist line. A of holy matrimony
-pyramid of appliques was ter read the thirteen
:noted on the front skirt and of First Corinthian
*extended to the back. She scripture of the
:wore a waltz length veil of the groom, followed
samelaceanda Juliettecapof Lord's Prayer"
lace and seed pearls which fell couple knelt at I
:into the folds of a full pre-dieu. The no
cathedral train. The dress had great organ manual
-Bishop sleeves ending in lace to "Ode to Joy" by
cuffs. She carried an Irish lace giving a feeling of g
:handkerchief belonging to her the wedding party,
,iate grandmother, Mrs. C.R. recessional.
=Witherspoon. The bride's only The mother of
ornaments were pearl ear- chose for her daugl
.tings given to her by the ding a formal gown
groom and providing a nostal- crepe. It had a sco
gic touch to her bridal ensem- and long fitted sh
l.e entire bodice was
The bride carried a cascade flowing into a straw
bouquet centered with silk Her corsage was v
riger lilies, surrounded by bidium orchids.
White roses and lilies of the The mother of
valley. was attired in a
? Attending the bride as her similar length to t
-matron of honor, Mrs. Tommy bride's mother. Ti
Cooley of Panama City wore a blouse had long sh
;Iloor length gown of apricot and looked lovely
-crepe. It had a boat-neck and a her navy blue, pie
blouson waist tucked in front Her corsage was
:nd back below the belt and orchids.
:ell into a straight skirt. A The wedding was
miiature comb of flowers direction of Mrs
.'was worn in her hair. Browne, former kii
TI 'he bridesmaids were simi- teacher of the bride


e, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1979


Alatia Buzzett and


Terry Are Wed

this table was a dup
the wedding invitation
in gold.
The groom's cake
two-tiered chocolate c
ped with the groom'!
and decorated with re
airplanes of Continei
5" lines. The table was
with plain white linen
six brass candlestick
dark brown candles.
this cake were Mrs.
Arnold, Port St. Jo
..,' Charles Faulkner, I
ham, Ala.; Miss Dian
dox, Coral Gables; Tv
Milton, Miami; Mi
Smith, Port St. Joe; a
Drennan Williams, I
ham, Ala.
The large buffet tab
covered with white
and held an assortme
-and cold hors'dc
'. **<. cheese trays, canap4
dip in pineapple she
f foods, and an array


:. ..* .A -.. .' -" :


Irs. James Ledley Terry


id carried David B. May.
s centered RECEPTION
4 iris' sur- Following the ceremony the
picana and bride's parents entertained
y's breath the wedding party and guests
n their hair. with a reception at the home of
Mrs. Rex the bride's brother, Mr. and
Joe; Miss Mrs. Rex Buzzett. Greeting
Hendrix, the guests at the garden
C.; Mrs. entrance were Mrs. Silas R.
Alexandria, Stone and Mrs. J.V. Gander of
eith Strick- Apalachicola. Mr. George
, Alabama; Boyer of Port St. Joe gave
Marie Tap- renditions of current numbers
on his guitar serenading the
chose'as'his & bride,,and groom and the
other, Mr. ` guests.
'air Oaks, A large wrought iron, white
er grooms- bird cage decorated the
Charles B. home's entrance. It was en-
ex Buzzett, twined with wild fern and
de; and Mr. flowers. in the bride's chosen
>rt St. Joe; colors.
amilton of The focal point of the garden
fornia; and reception area was the four
ersen, Pen- tiered Lady Windimiere cake.
The toplayer was divided by
g the vows columns and was decorated
the minis- with a small nosegay of
nth chapter apricot color. The lower lay-
is, favorite ers were square with drapesof
bride and white icing cascading along
by "The the sides. The round table
while the holding the cake was covered
the double with a white organdy cloth
tes of the overlaid, with outwork linen.
ial rang out Framing the table was a large
Beethoven arch covered with southern
randeur as similax and Florida greenery.
began the After the initial cutting of the
cake by the bride and groom,
the bride cake was served by Mrs.
liter's wed- Patrick Cobb of Pensacola;
of ice blue Miss Paula Jones of Pensaco-
op neckline la; Mrs. Benjamin Hasse-
eeves. The brock, Nolino; Mrs. Jerry
beadwork Parrish, Port St. Joe; Mrs.
light skirt. Richard Riles, Milton; and
white cym- Miss Bonnie Slay of Birming-
ham, Alabama.
the groom The guest book was kept at
gown of appointed hours by Mrs. Den-
hat of the nis Atchison, Manchester,
ie tailored Ga.; Miss Jane Brock, Do-
eer sleeves than, Ala.; Mrs. Russ Camp-
accenting bell, Pensacola; Mrs. Allen
ated skirt. Carr, Panama City; Mrs. avid
also white Huggins, II, Nashville, Tenn.;
and Mrs. Christopher Truss,
under the Durham, N.C. The table was
Charles covered with an apricot cloth
kindergarten and overlaid by a cloth of
e, and Mrs. batiste and squares of lace. On


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Nelle Choate Is Still Serving


Education After 42 Years Teaching


licate of
n framed
Swas a
ake, top-
s initials
eplicas of
ntal Air-
covered
and held
;ks with
Serving
Brenda
e; Mrs.
Birming-
ne Mad-
Irs. Phil
rs. Roy
and Mrs.
Birming-
bles were
cloths,
nt of hot
oeuvres,
es, fruit
lls, sea-
of finger


foods. Lighting the tables
were two globe candlebra
centered with flowers and
holding apricot candles.
Punch was served from a
large silver punch bowl. Serv-
S ing at this table were Miss
Karol Alstaetter, Jackson-
ville; Mrs. Jerone Johnson,
Destin; Miss Karen King,
Mexico Beach; Mrs. Wayne
Pate, Panama City; and Mrs.
Larry Wingate, Milton.
Coffee was served from an
old fashioned silver urn. The
handsome silver service was
presided over by Mrs. Boyd
*'... Bulger, Moultrie, Ga.; Mrs.
"', John Clementson, Orlando;
Miss Cassie Compton, Hous-
ton, Texas; Miss Octavia
Copenhaver, Tallahassee;


.Miss Grace Irvin, Nashville,
Tenn.; and Mrs. David Smith,
Monticello.


C


a Delta Kappa Gamma fea-
ture
One of the most scintillating
personalities in Gulf County is
Mrs. Nelle Birdsong Choate
who moved to Indian Pass
shortly after retiring from
teaching and giving forty-two
years of service to public
education.
Mrs. Choate was born in

Serving champagne were
Mr. Dennis Atchison, Man-
chester, Ga.; Mr. Benjamin
Gibson, Port St. Joe;.Mr. Bill
Wall, Panama City; and Mr.
Bruce May, Gainesville.
Apricot net rice bags were
given out by Master Brad
Buzzett, Nephew of the bride;
Miss Brandy Bryan; Miss
Vivian Miller; Miss Meg
Smith and Miss Rebecca
Smith.
Hostesses for the reception
were Mrs. J. Barton Abstein,
Tallahassee; Mrs. William
Alstaetter; Mrs. Janet Ander-
son; Mrs. Jean Atchison; Mrs.
Tom Coldewey; Mrs. L.L.
Copenhaver; Mrs. Ashley Cos-
tin; Mrs. James Costin; Mrs.
David Croom; Mrs. Roy Gib-
son, Jr.; Mrs. Frank Hannon;
Mrs. Lamar,Hardy; Mrs.
Joseph Hendrix; Mrs. Wayne
Hendrix; Mrs. Walter John-
son; Mrs. John L. Miller; Mrs.
J. Lamar Miller; Mrs. Alice
Moore; Mrs. Charles Wall;
Mrs. William Whaley; Mrs.
George Tapper; Mrs. Robert
King; Mrs. Larrie Anchors;
Mrs. Henry Campbell; and
Mrs. Charles Norton, all of
Port St. Joe; Mrs. W.C.
Buzzett of Apalachicola; and
Mrs. W.O. Cathey, Jr. of
Mexico Beach.
All floral arrangements
were done by Mr. Billy Rich.
For traveling, the bride
chose a tailored tweed suit
with matching accessories.
(Continued on Page 5)


Giles County, Tennessee in
1900. She received her A.A.
degree from Martin College,
her A.B. degree from the
University of Tennessee, and
her M.A. degree from Vander-
bilt University.
As a teacher of English
language arts, Mrs. Choate
has done everything from
sponsoring high school news-
papers to directing plays to
teaching evening classes at
Florida Southern College in
addition to her full time high
school schedule.
It has been said that a
teacher affects eternity; that
is certainly true of Mrs.
Choate, for hundreds upon
hundreds of students have
come under her influence and
have thrived. As off the beaten
path as she now is, former
students visit her regularly
from all parts of the country.
Her students have demonstra-
ted again and again the love
and the warm devotion they
have for their mentor. For
three consecutive years she
was named a Florida Star
Teacher.
Mrs. Choate is married to
Mr. Albert Choate who has
made profound contributions
to education himself as both
Athletic Director and high
school Principal.
Although she has legally
retired, Mrs. Choate remains
very active. She continues to
have a deep interest in young
people and encourages those
whom she gets to know. She
has been called upon to judge
cheerleader try-outs at Port
St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School, to
visit high school classrooms to
share her knowledge and her
enthusiasm, and to assist
young people in various ways.
She has a primary interest in
affairs concerning Gulf Coast
Community College, and as-
sists Gulf County students in


many ways of which the
students themselves may not
be aware.
Mrs. Choate has giver most
of her time and energy to
helping a myriad of students.
Of her teaching career, .Mrs.
Choate, said, "Participation
in community affairs was
minimal because of the belief
that a teacher serves a
community best by being a
good teacher the two are


synonymous." Because of that
philosophy, many young peo-
ple have found the best
within themselves.
We are very fortunate to
have Mrs. Choate in our area.
She is a member of the First
United Methodist Church. She
is an active member of the
Beta Beta Chapter of the Delta
Kappa Gamma Society Inter-
national, a society for out-
standing women educators.


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After a honeymoon trip to
Hawaii, the couple will reside
'in Houston, Texas.
OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
Out of town guests other
than those listed were:
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tot-
man, Mrs. Wallace Hill, Mrs.
G. Rodman Porter, Mrs. Alice
P. Hodges, Mrs. Dwight Mar-
shall, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Gander, Mr. J. V. Gander,
Mrs. Erline Behrene, and
Mrs. Lizzie Hoffman, all of
Apalachicola; Rev. and Mrs.'
Raepje, Mr. and Mrs. John
Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Teumer, Miss Imo Horning,
; Mrs. Ruth Macdonald, Mrs.
Sarah Allison, Mr. Henry
Chillas, Mr. .and Mrs. John
Mirabelle, Flora Wilkins, and
Mrs. Lizzie Tuemer, all of
Lanark Villiage.
Also, Miss Idelle Murphy,
Mr. Barton Abstein, Mr. and
Mrs. B.B. Scisson, Mrs." Ro-
bert Jackson, and Mrs. John
Sherlock, all of Tallahassee;
Mrs. Tommrie Tucker,
Blountstown; Mrs. Douglas
hamilton, Mission Viejo, Ca-
lifornia; Mrs. James Peter-
'sen, Pensacola; Mr. Patrick
Cobb, Pensacola; Mr. John
Clementson, Orlande; Mr. and
Mrs. L.C. Buzzett, Atlanta,
Ga.; Mr. Boyd Bulger, Moul-
trie, Ga.; Mr. Walt Monteith,
Shalimar; Mr. Bragg Comer,
Sylacauga; Mr. Tommy Cool-
ey, Panama City; Mr. David
Smith, Monticello; Mr. Keith
Strickland, Montgomery,
Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed King,
Brewton, Ala.; Dr. and Mrs.
Gregg Hill, Birmingham,
Ala.; Mrs. Annie Gaskin, Mr.
and Mrs. David C. Gaskin, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Holloway,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sumner, and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graddy of
Wewahitchka.
Pre-Nuptial Parties
Bride elect Barbara Buzzett
was given a personal shower
in the home of Mrs. Bill
Alstaetter on September 15.
Hostesses assisting were Miss
Karol Alstaetter and Mrs.
Charles Wall. A decoupaged
plaque with her wedding invi-
tation and painting of the
Church was made and given
by Miss Alstaetter.

A linen shower was given for
Miss Buzzett by Miss Idelle
Murphy and Miss Mercedes
Murphy in their home in
- Tallahassee.: Many beautiful
finens were received.
The Saint Andrews Bay
Yacht Club in Panama City
was the setting for a delightful


"country brunch" for Miss
Buzzett, September 29.
The guests were seated at a
table. with a centerpiece of
fresh vegetables and brown
bag scrolss of the menu.
Hostesses for the lovely affair
were Mrs. Isaac Byrd and
Mrs. Tommy Cooley.

A miscellaneous shower was
given for the bride elect in the
home of Mrs. Russ Campbell
of Pensacola, October 5. The
bride received many useful,
household gifts.

Mrs. Patrick Cobb and Mrs.
Alan Carr were hostesses for a
beautiful luncheon in the
Cobb's Pensacola home honor-
ing Miss Barbara Buzzett,
October 6.
As the guests arrived, fro-
zen orange beverage was
served at poolside. The menu
consisted of spinach salad,
quiche loraine and an angel
food dessert.

SMiss Buzzett was honored
with a delicious brunch in the
home of Mrs. L.L. Copenha-
ver, October 13. Hostesses
assisting with the enjoyable
affair were Mrs. David Groom
and Mrs. Charles Norton. The
bride- receive: a lovely Lenox
dip' dish from the hostesses.

The home of Mrs. J.V.
Gander of Apalachicola was
the beautiful setting for a tea
given for Miss. Barbara Buz-
zett, October 13. Brass candle-
sticks, fall flowers and a brass
bpwl with fresh fruit enhanced
the beauty of the home. An
array of food was placed on a
beautiful ecrue and embroi-
dered tablecloth brought from
Venice by the bride's late
uncle, Mr. W.C. Buzzett. As-
sisting Mrs. Gander were Mrs.
W.C. Buzzett, Mrs. John Cle-
mentsen, Mrs. Jimmy Gand- .
er, and Mrs. David Smith.

A morning coffee was given
for bride elect Barbara Buz-
zett in the home of Mrs. W.O.
Cathey, Jr. of Mexico Beach,
October 20. Beautiful floral
arrangements were placed
throughout the house and
many guests called during the
appointed hours and enjoyed
delicious finger food. Welcom-
ing guests and co-hostess was
Mrs. Al Cathey.

Mrs. Brenda Arnold and
Mrs. Roy Smith were hostes-
ses for a coke party given in
honor of Miss Barbara Buzzett
on October 23. Many school '
friends shared the delicious
1


Oats and Dunes Club

Set November Meeting


The November 13 meeting of
the Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club will be held in the
Mexico Beach Chamber of
Commerce meeting on Tues-
day, at 9:00 a.m. Central
Standard time. All members
are invited to attend this
meeting at which time Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Hendricks, of


Mexico Beach, will speak on
the subject "The Cultivation
of Roses."

During this November
meeting, the winning number
for the donated afghan will be
drawn. Also, further plans will
be made for the holiday
meeting in December.


danish pastries, cheese bits,
cokes and coffee.

Bride elect Barbara Buzzett
enjoyed a luncheon given in
her honor by Mrs. Dwight
Marshall, Sr., Mrs. John Sher-
lock and Mrs. Tommie Tucker
in the beach home of Mrs.
Tucker at St. George Island,
October 24. The guests enjoy-
ed shrimp crepes, cucumber
salad, homemade rolls and
chocolate dessert. The sea-
shell theme was carried
throughout using shell place-
cards, napkin rings and glas-
ses.

A cocktail buffet was given
for Barbara Buzzett and
groom elect, Jim Terry, in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. David
B. May, October 31. The
guests enjoyed an elaborate
display of hors d'oeurves and
an outside table of raw
oysters.

A beautiful bridesmaid's
luncheon was given in honor of
Barbara Buzzett on November
2 in the home of Mrs. Wayne
Hendrix. The bride's chosen
color, apricot, was used
*throughout the home, using
single apricot roses and
streamers in crystal bud
vases as centerpieces for the
lovely tables. During the
luncheon, the bride elect pre-
sented the attendants with
gifts as mementos of the
occasion. Co-hostesses were
Mrs. George Tapper, Miss
Trish Tapper and Miss Becky
Hendrix.

Barbara Buzzett and Jim
Terry were honored with a
dinner party given in the St.
Joseph's bayfront homr of Dr.
and Mrs. J.P. Hendrix, No-
vembe. 2. Following their
rehearsal, the wedding party
and families enjoyed a deli-
cious meal. Along with the
lovely meal, many toasts were
made to the happiness of the
couple. Other hosts and. hos-
tesses for the occasion were
Mrs. Jean Atchison, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr. and Mr.
and Mrs. Silas R. Stone.

Bride and groom elects,
Barbara Buzzett and Jim
Terry, were honored with a
luncheon in the home of Mrs..
Alice Moore, November 3.
Many out-of-town guests were
present. Assisting Mrs. Moore
were Mrs. Larrie Anchors,
Mrs.' Janet Anderson, Mrs.
Ashley Costin, Mrs. James
Costin, and Mrs. Lamar Har-


Alana Richardson

Brownie Scout

is Honored
Alana Richardson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Richard-
son, is one of the four mem-
bers of the new Brownie Scout
troop which is being sponsor-
ed by the Port St. Joe Branch
of the Wewahitchka State
Bank.
Alana is a member of the
troop which was presented a
flag last week by the Ameri-
can Legion. Her photo was
mistakenly left out last week.


Minister's Wives

Held Meeting
The first meeting of the
minister's wives will be held,
Tuesday, November 13, at
10:00 a.m. at the home of Mrs.
Ernest A. Barr, 1609 Palm
Blvd.
The wives of all ministers,
including the wives of minis-
ters of music, and ministers of
youth are welcome to partici-
pate in this time of sharing,
praying, singing and a time of
fellowship. Refreshments will
be served.
For further information,
call 229-6622.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1979


Methodist Having Big Day


The United Methodist Wo-
men are having a big day on
November 10 at the Church
Social Hall from 11:00 a.m. to
2:00 p.m. A large assortment
of cakes and pies will be on
sale. The Country Store will
feature homemade jams, jel-
lies, pickles, etc., and also
bazaar items..
The ladies will be serving
hot dogs and homemade chili.
Come by and eat lunch and
shop. Stock your freezer with
cakes and pies for the Thanks-
giving holidays.


"The cruellest lies are
often told in silence."
Robert Louis Stevenson


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Jerome Carter,
Minister of Music


C. M. PARKER, Realtor [fl
REALTORO
All you need to know in Real Estate. Mexico Beach. Fla
Each office independently owned and operated. 904-648-5777
w-


Mexico Beach. Elevated construction, near good fishing, also 3 blocks from
beach. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath home less than 3 years old on large secluded lot.


U


Mexico Beach. "Cadillac of Mobile Homes. Excellent buy in large mobile
home. Completely re-decorated, fully carpeted, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living
room, large porch, landscaped lawn, new central heating and cooling unit.
Includes all drapes, carpeting, kitchen appliances and storage shed. Must see
to appreciate $20,000.00.


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Mexico Beach. Almost new 2 story home with excel. view of Gulf. Located on
high elevation overlooking water. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, includes
refrigerator, stove, washer & dryer, carpeting and drapes. Shown by appt.


Mexico Beach. Beach Motel with Pool. 6 efficiency apartment rental units
plus 2 bedroom living quarters, central heat and air. Pool 2 years old
completely fenced. Terrazio floors in excellent condition. Perfect location -
first Motel on Highway 98 upon entering Mexico Beach. Good year round
income. Shown by appointment.


i ALJlU E

Mexico Beach. Two story, 3 bedroom frame house with sun deck. Three
blocks from beach. Beautiful landscaped yard with large trees and chain link
fence. Modern kitchen, self cleaning oven, heat pump and air conditioner.
$33,000.00.


Mexico Beach. Vacation Cottage. I bedroom with unfinished area that can be
turned into more bedrooms or whatever the need. Screened porch, large
landscaped lot with metal storage building. Equipped kitchen. Heat pump
and air conditioner.. Three blocks from Gulf. $31,000.00..


.1 -


Mexico Beach. Rare investment opportunity 2 bedroom duplex, located 300
feet from the beach. Good construction and condition, completely furnished -
ready to rent or occupy. Excellent year round income property $44,900.00.


Wewahitchka -Combination city and country living in this lovely 2 year old
home in a sportsman dream setting. 300 feet from Chipola River. 2 bedroom,
carpeted, ultra modern kitchen, heat and air conditioner, washer and dryer,
drapes, 3 porches, cement drive, large sod lot. Lots of living for only
$33,000.00.


Mexico Beach. Dream House. New- We have highlighted only a few of our
Ideal for young couples or retired. Quiet listings. Call for more information on
area with shade trees. Fully carpeted. 3 these and other homes, as well as many
BR $21,000.00. lots.



C. M. PARKER, Realtor CATHEY P. THURSBAY, Realtor Assoc., after hrs. 648-8200
FRANCES C. "Inkey" PARKER, Realtor Assoc. ERNESTINE ALEXANDER, Realtor Assoc., Lynn Haven
LILA GIBSON, Realtor Assoc. Area, 904-265-6501
GEORGE T. BOOKER, Realtor Assoc., after hrs. 648-5489 CHARLES C. THOMAS, Realtor Assoc., Pensacola Area
904-968-2567


Buzzett Con'd From Page 4


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PAGE FIVE


Celebrates

First Birthday
"''tJennifer Michelle Martin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Martin of Port St. Joe,
will be celebrating her first
A birthday this coming Satur-
day, November 10, with a
panda bear party at her home.










."-*AGE SAIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.;



a, ACREAGE On '

5 high & dry acres with 2 ,
".bdms, liz baths, mobile t k -
home, added 14x20 Florida W ere 9
|| .room. This garden spot is on V T e
f:wy' 71, 18 mi. from Port.' Eachofficeisindpendr
S.;St.- Joe and features such -
11' goodiess as fruit trees, grape .
harborr, approx. 3 acres in
i" -pasture, enough grass for 3 9%%
cows and hay storage area.
S^Also .a storage shed with Gulf Aire has it and th
|- e .:added overhang to protect investment, don't be d
S":equipment. See this to be- remember when." Lots
f44 '.lieve it and only $24,000.00, has begun.


S9 PORTST. JOE -

i:,206 9th St. TERRIFIC Excellent brick home,
family home, over 1900 sq. bdrm, 2 ba., plus Ig. den
ft. of living in the middle of car garage, sprinkler sy
S'" THREE beautifully land-' tem in nice location. FI
.6 scaped lots.', Large kitchen, mortgage at 9'" peree
,; parateo dining room with interest may be assume
by window, sunken living 102 Yaupon. Low down pn
i robm' with huge ballast -
1 stone fireplace and French 3 bdrm, 2 bath on come rl
doors onto a large deck with 1g. living rm & big con
porch. Three 1g. bdrms, two fortable den. Chain li
Sbaths, dressing room, one of fence storage shed, shallow
Port' St. Joe's best buys. well & pump. 619 Marvin
:Call us today.
.; '4' bdrm. frame house on 1
lots. Liv. rm with fireplace
3 bdrm. 12 ba. brick home sep. dining rm, cen. h&
in fine location, corner of chain link fenced backyard
I Juniper & 20th. Stove, car- Owner will paint exteri
peting, drapes all 'included. and do finishing touche
bCan bought F.H.A. with 1025 Long Ave.
f: small down payment.
S d Lovely corner lot, 3 bdrm,
'(3 bdrm, 1 ba., screened ba home, liv. rm w-dinir
j breezeway, 2 car carport. area, den, ,eat-in kitchen
5This fine home has cypress carpeting thru-out. Rool
I ,paneling thruout. Call for 'for the children and coi
.4appt. 1105Palm. venient to schools. 211

03 bdrm, .2 ba., den, back Palm.
porch, storage, shed. On 12 Corner of McClellan & 10
SZig. lots ih excellent location. St. Brick 2 bdrm, 1 bath, 1
1This home has been com- eat-in kitchen, dining rm
jpletely redecorated and is a fireplace, liv. rm. w-fir
:pleasure to see. 1101 Garri- place, den w-fireplac
0son. .Many built-in bookshelv
... -and custom features. Shov
1.1 acre commercial loca- by appt. only.
n. $tion, corner Butler Rd. & U..
019i 8. Excellent motel, gas 30x90' commercial lot
'station or store site. But- corner of Reid Ave. & 5th S
lier's Rest. sign located in Across alley from City Ha
middle of this tract. Call for Priced right and owner w
further details. finance.
-- MEXICO BEACH

.Xi 2bdrm. mobile home, comp. New Listing On Char
S furnished with added screen Ave., well cared for
porch. Ready for occupancy bdrm home. Carpeted
: and only $15,500.00. Georgia aluminum windows, ba
St' St,, between 6th 4, 7th..: screened porch. On 2'
3 .,' --- T}lots. Two' metal" outbul
; Almost new 2 story home ings. In 20's.
with fine view of Gulf. Right
on U.S. 98 on highest ground 12x54' furn. mobile home i
j in Mexico Beach. 4 bdrm, 2 50x150' lot just 1 block fro
ba., garage, includes refrig" the beach. A spacious flo
-!:stove, washer, dryer, car- plan, 2 bdrms, 1 bat
peting and drapes. No sign kitchen w-dining area, ai
'!T, _.'on. property. Call for appt. liv. rm. A nice place to li
and nice price, too. $21,00
;N Charming 3 bdrm', 2 bath Deluxe, blue ribbon home
r: home on 1'2 canal lots with bdrms, 3 baths, double i
Sboat dock. Vaulted ceiling sulation, fireplace, swir
Li and fireplace in large den ming pool. Paved drive
overlooking canal. Priced vaulted ceiling. This is
below replacement. Cen. home o can be proud
h&a. commodious double for many, many yea
:garage.for many, many year
S garage. Tenn. Ave.

ST. JOE BEACH


*-3 cleared & grassy lots on
DeSoto St., just off 98. Exist-
ing bldg. which is livable.
:.with bath & terrazo floor.
Well, septic tank, light pole
already in. $33.000 cash.
c ~ __
::Fantastic opportunity!
- Beige brick home on east
side of Hwy. 98 with huge
-,bay windows, 3 Ig. bdrms,
Sden, utility rm, 25' kitchen-
dining rm, very Ig. living -
Fla. rm. with brick fire-
place wall. Cedar-lined clo-
sets. Chain link fenced yard.
._ Also adjoining acre & 100'
beach lot. Over 3 acres alto-
gether. Will sell separately!


:3 bdrm, 1'2 bath, mobile
'home on 75x150' lot. Less
,than 2 blocks from beach.
$12,500.
:; -----
11976 Tiffany mobile home on
:75x174' cleared lot. Excel.
:cond., buy equity, take over
'pmts. 312 blocks back from
98, Gulf St.


:I blk. from beach, 3 bdrm, 1
oba., corner of Pine & Ameri-
":cus. Almost completely fur-
jished. $27,500.


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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1979'


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1800 sq. ft. currently divided
into a duplex. Remove any
-part of the non-supported
common wall and 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 Ippt. 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.

Mobile home on 1 2 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.

Use your own final touches.
Partially finished 3 bdrm,
It2 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.


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OVERSTREET
2 acres (1 cleared, 1 with
pine trees), plus 12x60' furn.
mobile home with added
screen porch. If this is waht
you've been looking for,
give us a call.
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',
120'x90' in Mexico Beach
Business Center. Large.
commercial lot 275' front-
age 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
New Listing Furn. 2 bdrm,
1 bath mobile home on 75x
112' corner lot. Utility shed
in back with washing mach-
ine. Nice and affordable, 2
blocks from the beach. $19,-
000.
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 lg. eat-in kitchen.
Block storage Building i'
rear. A bargain at $13,500.
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!
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.

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
SReid Ave.-Ideal location
for hotel or could be con-
verted to shops or offices.
6100 sq. ft. brick building.
Heavily reinforced interior
columns, kitchel facilities.
30 rooms, 17 baths. With or
without bar. Financing
available at 10 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:

SaIdora Clenney 229-6310 Donnie Lange 229-8004


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

1829 Hwy. 98 MEXICO BEACH


2 Acres, waterfront in Over-
street, mobile home, ch&a,
dock, ramp. Sell all or separ-
ately. $20,000. 648-5470. 2tp 11-8

12x70' mobile home on 2
acres, Honeyville, south of
Wewa, 2 bdrm, 2 ba., ch&a,
stove furnished, carpeted, 2-
10x10' utility sheds, attached
back porch with pantry, front
8x20 awning, tractor & equip-
ment. 639-2761. Cash or owner
financed. 6tp 11-8

2 bdrm, 1 bath, separate
dining room, liv. rm, den,
extra Ig. utility house and
garage at 1027 McClellan. Call
229-6348 for appt. tfc 11-8

BAY COUNTY REALTY,
INC. announces the associa-
tion of Ruby Mowrey with
their company. She will be
happy to talk to you about any
of your real estate needs.
Realtors, 769-4823, after hours,
Ruby Mowrey, 229-6396.
4t11-1

Highland View: lots for sale,
reasonable. Cash or terms.
229-6788. 2tp 11-8

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





1977 .Pacer mini-station
wagon, exc. cond., loaded,
good gas mileage, hate to sell
but can't afford 2 cars. Call
648-5432 or come to Edgewater
* Campgrounds, Hwy. 98, Mex-
ico Beach for test drive.
2tc 11-8
Want someone to take up
payments on 76 Ford Torino,
p.s., a.c., loaded, new tires.
229-6133. 2tc 11-1

1971 Plymouth station wag-
on, 318 engine, a.c., p.c., a.t.,
$420 or best offer. 648-8965.
2tc 11-1

1975 Ford ton F-100 Ran-
ger, real nice, few.mileage,
equipped with camper shell,
sliding rear window. See at
813 Marvin Ave., Port St. Joe
or call 229-8000 after 5 P.M.
tfc 10-25


Smitty's Air Cond. &
Electric Contractor
Franchised dealer for Fedder
window units & central air
conditioning complete with
duct system. Residential &
commercial, wiring.
For Free Estimates, Call
648-5024 or 648-5650
tfc 11-1

We Deliver or
We Will Load You.
FILL DIRT, CLAY,
BUILDERS SAND AND
OYSTERSHELLS FOR SALE
Call John C. Griffin, Sales R.
for Gulfside Contractors
639-5215
tfc 11-1

Build Up Shingles Roll
Roofing Tin Wood Shakes
B & M ROOFING CO.
Commercial & Residential
769-4509 Panama City
722.4016
3tp 11-1


RED CARTER'S GUN SHOP
Port St. Joe Beach
Gunsmithing Blueing
New & Used Guns Scopes
tfc 11-8


Upholster Work
Guaranteed
Call 227-1469, Louise Varnum
tfc 10-4

Griffin's Refrigeration &
Air Conditioning Repair
All Types Appliance Repair
Heating & Cooling Contractor
Electrical Contractor
Franchised GE, Hotpoint &
Westinghouse Service
Phone 229-8586
tfc 10-4


Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?




For Cable TV
installation in Port St. Joe

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


Yard Sale, household items,
lots of new and used tupper-
ware. Thurs., Fri., Sat. 805
Long Ave. 227-1847. ltp 11-8

Garage Sale: 3 families,
1806 Marvin Ave., Saturday, 9
to 5, 2 velvet chairs, furniture,
clothes, many household and
baby items. It 11-8

Black Powder Hunters:
Red's Gun Shop has good
stock of guns and accessories
at discount prices. Also pyro-
dex powder. -Corner Atlantic
and Alabama, St. Joe Beach.
*. -tfc 11-8

FREE Puppies (will be
medium sized dogs). Ready
for new homes now. 648-5892.
2tp 11-8

Garage Sale: Fri. and Sat.,
Nov. 10 & 11, 116 Hunter St.,
Oak Grove, 9-5. ltp 11-8

Country Club membership,
$80. 648-5253. Itc 11-8

Remington shotgun barrels
and rifle clips on sale at Red's
Gun Shop, corner Atlantic &
Alabama, St. Joe Beach.
tfc 11-8

Beautiful AKC Registered
Golden Retriever puppies.
$100 each. Panama City 1-785-
3874. ltpl11-8

Patio Sale: Variety of items,
Thurs. & Fri. 9:00 till 5:00. 128
Hunter Circle. ltp 11-8

Yard Sale: Friday and Sat-
urday, 201 Iola St., Oak Grove,
3 families, 9 to 5. ltp 11-8

Rye grass seed, 50 lbs. bag
for only $10.00. Call 227-1751,
St. Joseph's Bay Country Club
during the hours of 9 to 6.

Set of mag rims (alumi-
num), good cond. Call 229-
6506. tfc 10-18



IN STOCK
22 Single Shot Rifles
In Stock
RED'S GUN SHOi
ST. JOE BEACH

Itc 11-8


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

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

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

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


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
fo" a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
30M Reid Ave.


"The Great Tide", a histori-
cal novel based on facts,
centered around Saint Joseph
and North Florida where
Florida's first Constitution
was drafted in 1838.
This book is available at the
following locations and will
make a very nice Christmas
gift; only a few copies left.
Pauline's Restaurant
The Hickory House
Ready Arts & Craft Shop
The Star
Sugar Plum Tree
Beach Grocery, St. Joe Beach
Gulf Sands Rest.,
Fiesta Food and Gift, M.B.
Kerigan Kargo, M.B.
Mexico Beach Grocery, M.B.
The Fish House, M.B.
3tp 11-1

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.

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. tfc 8-30

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

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

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

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




REWARD offered for re-
covery or return of a 2,200
watt gas-powered generator,
ac & dc. 229-8839. 3tc 11-1


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


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


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


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


I O RN


For Rent: 2 bdrm. ti
Highland View, no
children. 1-205-983-4806


Furnished 2 bdrm.
auto. heat, no pets; Fi
large one bdrm. apt
heat, no pets. 229-6777
p.m.

Facing Gulf on
Beach (beach house
wagon wheel), large pa
rm with fireplace, 2
carpet, furnished, ch&
Mrs. Smith at Beach G
648-5024 or J. McGlon
2620.

Sunny, nicely furnish
bedroom apt. for rent
widow, widower or
couple. Can be seen at
St. For information c
2573.

Furnished trailer at
Beach. 648-5873.

Trailer for Rent: 2 b
living area, 1 block
beach. Trailer space f
648-5443.

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


No need for wet
Dry clean them with
Use rooms right awa
machine. St. Joe Fu
227-1251.


Beautiful 2 BR ad
mobile home, furnish
cluding washer &
Prefer permanent p
1 pet allowed in
Deposit. Located
Meadows Trailer Par
6105.


Efficiency apt., ide
single person, loca
Gulf of Mexico. Eve;
furn. including elec
Sair cond. Deposit, an
allowed in home. Ski
Camp Sites. 229-6105.






NOTICE
Have witness to the
picked up clutch p
"Saveway" Oct. 27th.
return.


NOTICE
I, G. M. Wood, will
responsible for any
incurred by Gloria Cie
after this date, Octo
1979.

There will be a regu.
munication of Port
Lodge No. 111, F.
every first and third T
at 8:00 p.m..
J. L. SIMS, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.

R.A.M.-Regular c
tion of St. Joseph Cha
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3
days, 8 p.m. All visit
panions welcome.
E. E. WEEKS, H.F
E. William McFarla

The V.F.W. will m
second Tuesday of
month at 7:30 p.m.
ler's Restaurant.






DRIVE 18 WHEEL
Train: Days Even
Weekends. Govern
certification upon g
tion. Employment
ance. Drive Florid
Alabama highways.
state Training Sy
Inc. 904-265-2456.
61





OFFICE

SUPPLIES


Public
Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLOR-
railer in IDA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
pets or GULF
6 t CIVIL ACTION NO: 79-217
6' DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION,
Itp 11-8 STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORTATION,
house, vs. Plaintiff,
irnished ROLAND B. HARDY, et al.,
t., auto Defendants.
after 7 NOTICE OF HEARING TO SHOW
after 7 CAUSE
tfc 11-8 NOTICE OF SUIT
STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
*t. Joe The Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Lega-
St. Joe tees, Spouses and Creditors of R.A.
;e with costin, Deceased
anel liv. Residence Unknown
lbdrm I PARCEL No. 104R
rm., The Unknown Heirs, Deviees, Lega-
ia. Call tees, Spouses and Creditors of Corinne CQ
Grocery Gibson, Deceased
hated 1 O- Residence Unknown
at 1-38e- PARCEL No. 104R
ltc 11-8 The Unknown Heirs, Devlsees, Lega-
tees, Spouses and Creditors of Ruth .
SSoule. Deceased
had, two Residence Unknown
SPrefer PARCEL No. 104R
retired If said defendants are living, and if any
Sh or all of said defendant or defendants are
S510 8th deceased, the unknown spouse, heirs,
rall 234- devisees, grantees, creditors, Ilenors, or
6tp 11-1 other parties claiming by, through
under, or against any such deceased
defendant or defendants, if alive, and, if
t St. Joe dead, their unknown spouse, heirs',
tfc 11-1 devisees, legatees, grantees, creditors
lienors, or other parties claiming by,,
through, under, or against any suct)
drm, Ig. deceased defendant or defendants, and,
k from all parties having or claiming to have
or rent. any right, title, or interest in and to thei
or rent. property described In the Complaint-
4tc 10-18 to-wit:
PARCEL NO. 104 R
the way SECTION 51040-2503
ite a y That part of:
t. afrac-
Rinse N The NE 'A of NW 14 of Sec. 5, T-6-S,
am car R-11-W, less that portion lying West of
am car the U.S. Coastal Canal and less and
Avail- except the following described parcel:
o, phone "Begin at W.S. Corner Stone 90.60 ft
e. West of NE corner of.NW '/ of NW '/
and run East 120 yds for point of
tfc 3-16 beginning; thence South 70 yds; East
70 yds; North 70 yds; West 70 yds to
carpets. point of beginning. This being that .
part of Island lying South of Township
HOST. line5and 6, East of Apalachicola, Fla.
iy. Rent Canal and being in NW 'A or NE '1A of.,
irniture, Nw '/a of section 5, T-6-S, R-11-W." "
tfc 10-23 lying Northerly of the survey line o0
State Road 386, Section 51040, lying
-'" *" Southerly of and within 100 feet of said
survey line, Westerly of Station 310 -
d-a-rm 07.01; lying Southerly of and within 50
bed in- feet of said survey line Easterly of
d e Station 310 + 07.01; said survey line
dryer. being described and said station being
ersons. located as follows: Commence on the
home. West line of Section 5, Township 6 South,
in Ski Range 11 West at at point 309.61 feet
inSouth 2 degrees 35'43" East of Northwest
rk. 229- corner of said Section 5, said point being
tfC 9-13 on a curveC concave Southeasterly.,
having a radius of 1917.56 feet; thence
from a tangent bearing of North 80
degrees 08'02" East run Northeasterly
eal for 169.91 feet along said curve, through a
ted on central angle of 5 degrees 04'37" to the
end of curve and the POINT OF
rything BEGINNING of survey line to be
:., gas, described herein; thlence run,Nortl ,5
id 1 pet degrees 12'39" east 1621.98 feet to
station 310 '+ O1Oi; thence continue.
Breeze North 85 degrees 12'39" East 543.96 feet
tfc 9-13 to the beginning of a curve, concave
Southerly, having a radius of 11,459.1i6
feet; thence run Northeasterly 238.67
*feet along said curve, through a central
angle of 1 degree 11'36" to the East line
of the West one half of said Section 5, ata
point 48.47 feet South 3 degrees 30'58"
East of the Northeast corner of the West
one half of said Section 5 and the end of
survey line herein described;
Containing 2.29 acres, more or less,
one who exclusive of area within existing right of
urse in way.
Please OWNED BY:
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Chancey L.-
ltp 11-8 Costin, Thomas S. Gibson; and the
unknown heirs, devisees, legatees,.
spouses and creditors of R.A. Costin,'
deceased; the unknown heirs, devi-
l not be sees, legatees, spouses and creditors,
of Corinne C. Gibson, deceased; the
debts unknown heirs, devisees, legatees,
en Wood spouses and creditors of Ruth C.:
iber 18, Soule, deceased.
SUBJECT TO:
The interest, if any, of Naomi Costin
4tp 10-18 Brock and husband, C.W, Brock,-
Thomas S. Gibson, Jr. and wife, JerI
lar com- s. Gibson, Margaret M. Costin, and-
S oe Marie J. Costin
St. Joe
& A.M., You and each of 'you are here by
thursday severally notified that the Plaintiff filed
burSday .its sworn complaint, together with Its
Declaration of Taking in the above
styled Court against you and each of you
as defendants seeking to condemn the
above described property located In Gulf
County, Florida, by Eminent Domain
convoca- proceedings.
You are further notified that the plaintiff
peter No. will call up for hearing before the
rd Mon- Honorable Larry A. Bodiford, one of the
ing com- Judges of the above styled Court on the
3rd day of January, A.D., 1900, at 2:15
o'clock p.m., in chambers, Gulf Countyv
C. courthouse. Port St. Joe, Florida, its#
ind, Sec. application for an Order of Taking In
accordance with Its Declaration of
Taking heretofore filed in this cause. All
neet the parties to this suit and all other
f every Interested parties may appear at the
time and place designated and be heard.
at But- AND
tfc 5-31 Each defendant is hereby required to
serve written defenses, If any, to said
Complaint on: f
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTA-
TION
Post Office Box 607
Chipley, Florida 32428
c-o John W. Scruggs, Jr.,
District Three Attorney

ER STATE OF FLOI DA DEPARTMENT
ltigs OF TRANSPORTATION
nment Office of Legal Operations
radua- Haydon Burns Bluilding
assist Tallahassee, Florida 32301
cassist- o A.E. Pooser, IV, Trial Attorney
a and (904) 488.2611
Inter- on or before the 27th day of December,
A.D., 1979, and file the original with the
stem, Clerk of the above styled Court on said
date, to show cause what right, title,
p 10-11 interest, or lion your any of you have in
and to the property described in said
Complaint and to show cause, if any you
have, why said property should not be
condemned for the uses and purposes es
set forth in the Complaint filed herein.:lf
you fall to do so, a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
the Complaint.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL of said
E Court on the 5th day of November, A.D.,
S George Y. Core
Clerk of the Circuit Court


By: Susan Bigelow
at Deputy Clerk
seal

ar "To mourn a mischief that
is past and gone is tle next
S wa to draw new mischief W
Ave on." Shakespeare


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, Sharks Put the



Bite onB1onifay


Blue Devils, 7-6


THE STAR. Port St: Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1979


AGE SEVEN
I',-.,'....


down to the 11 yard line.
Rozelle Jenkins then burst
through the line for an 11 yard
score with 3:17 left in the half.
Rick Taylor's toe then pro-
vided what proved to be the
game winning point, as he
split the uprights to give the
Sharks a 7-6 lead.
In the second half of play,
twice the Sharks "Jaws" de-
fense held a stubborn Blue
Devil offense deep .in Shark
territory. On Bonifay's first
possession they drove the ball
all the way down to the
Sharks' 10 yard line. With a
first and goal, St. Joe stopped
four straight pass plays to
prevent the scoring threat.
Using a combination of pres-
sure on the quarterback and
excellent secondary play.
Late in the fourth period, the
Blue Devils worked the ball
down to the Shark nine yard
line with first and goal. 3:34
remained in the game. On first
down the Devils moved the
ball down to the seven, on
second down an incomplete
pass, on third down the quar-
terback went back to pass and
found Shark defensive end
Darrell Brown back there with
him, taking him down for a
seven yard loss back to the
Shark 14 yard line. With a
fourth and goal from the
Shark 14, and 2:11 left in the


ByWILLIE RAMSEY
The Sharks continued to
show improvement this past
Friday night as they out-
densed the state's sixth rank-
ed class AA team in a 7-6
thriller. In effect, the Sharks'
put the Blue Devils fire out.
St. Joe won the toss and for
strategical reasons elected to
kick off to the Blue Devils. The
Devils took the kick off and
proceeded to march 74 yards
in 13 plays, capped off with an
11 yard touchdown pass from
quarterback Steve Griffin to
back Mike Sims, for the score.
But, what turned out to be the
crucial extra point failed.
It looked for a second as
though it mght be a long
evening for the Sharks until
)(enny Mason took the Devils'
( kickoff on the Shark 15, follow-
(ed the wedge up the middle,
Ohen slipped to the outside
before he was stopped on the
Bonifay 29 for a 56 yard
return. But an apparent scor-
ing opportunity was killed,
when with third and six on the
Bonifay 25, a Rick Taylor pass
was intercepted on the 15 yard
line.
The first quarter ended in a
tight defensive battle between
the two teams. But, as the
second quarter began, the
Sharks once again broke the
ice as. they started another
long drive, taking the ball on
the Shark 38 after a Bonifay
punt. Behind the strong run-
ning of Rozelle Jenkins and
two pass receptions by Kenny
J Mason, the ball was again
testing deep in Bonifay terri-
tory. On the 29 yard line with
Tirst and ten, the Blue Devils
secondary came through with
another big interception on
their own 15.
Bonifay worked the ball
back to the 50 yard line before
the Shark defense held, forc-
ing a punt. Jenkins took the
punt deep in Shark land and
'returned it to the 24, where the
Sharks began another possess-
ion. St. Joe was forced to punt
after three plays, I th fourth
(&and long yardage, but- on the
r 'punt a loose ball penalty was
assessed against' the Blue
:Devils, returning the ball back
:to the Sharks with first and 10
-on their own 42 yard line.
The Sharks weren't going to
be turned back on this possess-
ion, as Jenkins carried twice,
.once for nine yards and then
.for two, for a first down on the
Bonifay 48. With a first and 10
situation, Ashley Abrams
grabbed a Rick Taylor pass
and carried it 18 yards down to
the Bonifay 30 yard line. On
second and 15, from the 35,
Kenny Mason made a fantas-
tic comeback catch, with a
Blue Devil defender right on
his back, to move the ball


Blue Devils' Tony Steverson (64) and
Jimmy Manuel, stop quarterback Rick
I


game, a Blue Devil pass was
once again incomplete, giving
the Sharks the ball with 2:04
left to kill on the clock.
Jenkins came through
again, as the Sharks tried to
kill the clock, with a 13 yard
run on a third and three, to
enable St. Joe to retain pos-
session.
Offensively for the Sharks,
Jenkins carried the ball 12
times for 100 yards. Also
standing out was the return
yardage of Kenny Mason as
well as a couple of key recep-
tions.
Score by Quarters:
Bonifay 6 0 0 0-6
Port St. Joe 0 7 0 0-7
Bonifay-Sims 13 yard pass
from Griffin (kick failed)
Port St. Joe Jenkins 26
run (Taylor kick)
STATISTICS
Bonifay Port St. Joe
First downs 15 11
Rushes-yds. 27-115 36-144
Passing yards 144 67
Return yards 45 61
Passes 27-11-0 10-5-2
Punts-avg. 4-32.2 3-44.3
Fumbles-lost 0-0 0-0
Penalties-yards 3-25 7-70
FRIDAY'S GAME
Tomorrow night, the Sharks
will travel to Wakulla to play
the War Eagles in, a confer-
ence game.


Sharks, Cheerleaders, Excited Group Aftrer


Wewahitchka Jaycees are

Sponsoring Turkey Shoot


The Wewa Jaycees will
sponsor a turkey shoot on
Thursday and Saturday eve-
nings, November 15 and 17.
The shoots will be held in the
back yard of the Coop building
beginning at 6:00 p.m., each
evening. The Jaycees will


furnish all shells. You may
bring your own shotgun, 20, 16
or 12 gauge, or the Jaycees
will furnish a choice of guns
for you. Maximum barrel
length is 32 inches. Cost is
$1.50 per shot.
There will be special shoots


Wewa Homecoming

Festivities Friday.


Wewahitchka High School
will be celebrating their home-
coming festivities this Friday,
November 9 at 7:30 p.m. CDT.
The Gators will be playing the
Chattahoochee Yellow Jack-
ets. Following the game there
will be a homecoming dance
at the high school.
Graduates of 1959, and 19691
will be honored this year.


Notification letters will not be
sent. Anyone who knows these
graduates is asked to notify
them of these plans.
All other alumni are also
invited to take part in the
homecoming activities. Fur-
ther information concerning
homecoming may be obtained
by callingg the- 'sclhol 'at
639-2228:.


Hosting Cage Tourney


Rozell Jenkins, with 100 yards in 12 carries Friday night,
evades the Devils' Alan Segers -Star photos


Taylor after he picks up some short, tough
yardage in Friday night's game. -Star photo


-Home Ec Selling Cook Books


Martha Sanborn, head of the
Home Economics Department
*'at Port St. Joe High School,
'has announced the depart-
-ment's annual project which
will take place on November 6
through 9.
The Department will be
offering world famous Home
Economics Teachers' cook-
books from Favorite Recipes
Press during the sale. Design-
,Aed with the homemaker in
Yrtmind, these cookbooks feature
hundreds of. home-tested re-
cipes submitted by home
economics teachers every-


where. Home economics
teachers and Favorite Re-
cipes Press have been publish-
ing these cookbooks for 17
years and the result is an
outstanding series of cook-
books.
Mrs. Sanborn and the Home
Economics students are offer-
ing three favorite titles: The
Desserts cookbook, Original
Edition-Revised; Dieting to
Stay Fit, a collection of
nutritionist-approved recipes
for special diets; and the
newest edition from home


economics teachers, The Sal-
ads Vegetables cookbook.
The public is encouraged to
help the Home Economics
Department at Port St. Joe
High School by ordering one of
all of these titles today. The
cost is only $4.95 and $5.95 per
book, so order several, as
they are as greartto give as
they are to keep. To place your
order, contact any student in
the Home Economics Depart-
ment, and watch for the
students who will be selling
the cook books door-to-door.


The Quinn's Grocery War-
riors of Port St. Joe will be
hosting a Thanksgiving Bas-
ketball Tournament on No-
vember 23 and 24 at the
recreation center in Port St.
Joe. Entry fee'for the tourna-
ment will be $30.00.
Trophies will be awarded to
first, second and third place
teams. Deadline for entering
the tournament is November
20. For more information
contact Kloskia Lowery at
227-1543 or John Crosby at
229-8323.


Checks should be made out
to Johnny Thomas and mailed
to 169 Robbins Avenue, Port
St. Joe.


For

Ambulance
Call -

227-1115


NOTICE

Sale of Used Vehicles

The St. Joseph Telephone
& Telegraph Company

will sell the below listed vehicles:


No. 202 E14AHU21990
'74 %T Ford Van


$1200.00


No. 40741450.00
'74 Ch 0 $1-450.00


No. 411 CCQ144A178207
'74 Chevrolet PU


$1350.00


No. 412 CCQ144A183044
'74 Chevrolet T PU $1300.00
No. 418 CCQ Ia14l
'75 CheAl iL( ) $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


for the ladies and for the
young nimrods up to 14 years
of age.
There will be a concession
stand featuring soft drinks
and snacks. No alcoholic
beverage allowed on the
premises.
Make it a family affair.
Bring the wife and kids and
win your Thanksgiving tur-
key. You will enjoy it so much
you will be ready for the next
shoots to be held just before
Christmas.
Support the Jaycees. All the
money will be used for their
community projects. Join
them on Thursday and Satur-
day evenings, November 15
and 17 at the Co-op building.


Friday night Victory .






Electrical

Contracting & Wiring

Commercial Residential.

Dependable Free Estimates;:.
SOver 25 vears exneriemnce


. I r I


* Licensed Insured .
(to meet area requirements)

M. TAYLOR


St. Joe Beach


648-5497


RADIAL WHITEWA'LLS


*16 t$40LESS p
than our regular prices will be Nov. 18 -

BEAT NOV. 18 -l T eston*e
PRICE INCREASE!. Deluxe Champion
Radial tires "
& 9%95 PER TIRE LONG WEAR& -at
97O Rsit LOW PRICES?.
SReg. $44 per tire. ~uel efficient radial with two"
P155/80R13 4-rib tread tough fiberglass belis and two
Plus $1.45 F.E.T. and old tire. radial body-plies of smooth
... riding polyester cord.


smooth .a"i eas
.. wyo"It ;-detl


1 !


$W99B
A78-13 Blackwall.
Plus $1.62 F.E.T.
and old tire.
5-rib design.
DELUXE
CHAMPION
Polyester cord
Smooth to ride on... easy to pay for!
Available in sizes to fit most domestic
and foreign cars.


Size Black F.E.T. Size Black F.E.T.
6.00-12 '828 $1.49 F78-14 $39 $2.22
B78.-13 31 1.73 G78-14 40 2.38
C7H-14 33 1.88 G78.-15 42 2.44
D78-14 34 1.93 H78-15 45 2.66
E7T-14 37 .2.10 L78-15 47 2.96
OTHER SIZES LOW PRICED, TOO!
Whitewalls extra.


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STEEL
BELTED
RADIAL

121 T


Sizes Also Fits WhiteR E
'P165/80R-13 AR78-13. 362 8
P175/80R-13 BR78-13 68
P175/75R-14 BR78-14 70
P185/75R-14 CR78-14 71 -
P195/75R-14 ER78-14 76
P205/75R-14 FR78-14 80
P215/75R-14 GR78-14 -83"
P225/75R-14 HR78-14 89
*P165/80R-15 165R-15 71-
P205/75R-15 FR78-15 82
P215/75R-15 GR78-15 85
P225/75R-15 HR78-15 90
P235/75R-15 LR78-15 98
All prices plus tax and old tire.
*4-rib tread design.


Pate's Service Center-1


214 Monument Ave. .Phone 227-1291-1';
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PAGE EIGHT


TIIE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. TIU'RSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1979


INVESTMENT
INVESTMENT


Smart investors always seek the
greatest dividends for ineir invest-
ment so here's a tip for you. A
small investment of your time in
regular check-ups by your family
doctor can result in the most preci-
ous dividend of all. good health,
Don't gamble with your health .
Invest in your future. Make an ap-
pointment for a physical examina-
-tion now.
ilm 4 PilAlMACYT
BUZZETT'S
DRUG STORE
Ph. 229-8771 317 Williams


Protein is the basic substance
of every cell in the body.


Pioneer Inspiration



forDARDollDesign


It is not surprising that
Anna Maria Forney Beve-
ridge, pioneer woman of Flor-
ida, was the inspiration foir the
Florida DAR Junior Doll for
1979-80.
Challenged by the new front-
ier opening up after Florida
became a territory of the
United States in 1821. Anna
Maria and her husband, Ro-
bert Beveridge, made the long
arduous journey from Balti-
more, Maryland to the rich
'Chipola country in Jackson
County, where they planned to
build a new life for them-
selves.
Leaving a life of prominence
and ease, the aristocratic
Beveridges came to Florida in
1826 when the territory con-
sisted of only three counties,
Escambia on the west, St.
John's in the east and Jack-
son, created in 1822, between
them. The young people were


intrigued with the raging
battle to locate a seat of
government within the county
and found in this situation the
opportunity to purchase 'and
and to build a town that would
be ideal for this purpose.
It was in 1827 that Robert
and Anna Maria purchased
from the Tallahassee Federal
Land Office (Tallahassee was
the capitol of the territory)
three eighty-acre tracts of
land. For a town site they
selected a beautiful bluff on
the west bank of the Chipola
River, attracted by its forests,
its hills, and its clear springs.
Town lots were sold and the
new town, Marianna was
born. It was named, it is
believed, for Anna Maria
(reversing her name) and a
fitting name, too, because
Anna Maria herself purchased
two of the three 80-acre tracts
of land, and was soon recog-
nized as the "First Lady of
Marianna" and the surround-
ing area.
The Beveridges were fore-
most in the fight against
Webville, located nine miles
.northeast of Marianna, to
secure the new town as the
county seat, promising to
construct the largest and
finest court house in the
territory. And they proceeded
to do so despite the fact that
Webbville had been voted the
. county seat and Marianna had


not yet been incorporated by
the territorial legislature.
Marianna was incorporated
November 6, 1828, but it was
another year before Webb-
ville's opposition was finally
overcome and Marianna was
completely accepted as the
new seat of government, al-
though other investors had
joined the Beveridges in the
fight.
Much of the new territory
was settled by hard working
farmers, but others came
from aristocratic settings in
Maryland, the Carolinas, and
Virginia none more promi-
nent that Anna Maria Forney
Beveridge and her husband,
and in Marianna, which was
the hub of the county's com-
mercial and social activities,
these two were in the fore-
front.
In appreciation of Anna
Maria's many contributions to
early Florida history, her
name has been given the
1979-80 DAR junior doll which
will be given away at the state
conference in March. Tickets
are $1.00 each and proceeds
will go to the Helen Pouch
Memorial Fund for scholar-
ships to the DAR schools.
Mrs. Philip McLeod is Jun-
ior Chairman of St. Joseph
Bay Chapter in Port St. Joe,
and tickets may be obtained
from her.


Chamber Offers Course

to Prevent Store Theft


6 Rattles, Button

Bob Bracewell'killed this four-foot rattler on St. Joseph
Peninsula Friday afternoon while dove hunting. Bracewell
killed the rattler, which had six rattles and a button, near the
Sunland Recreation Center on the Peninsula. -Star photo



Proclamation

STATE OF FLORIDA- EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
TALLAHASSEE
WHEREAS, the history of the United States reflects the
firm intent of this country to preserve freedom for future
generations; and
WHEREAS, our great democracy has been safeguarded
by the loyalty, patriotism and personal sacrifice of the men
and women of the armed forces of the United States of
America; and
WHEREAS, the Floridians who have borne this burden
have done so bravely and willingly in the face of extreme
hardship and danger; and
WHEREAS, the first global conflict in which the citizen
forces of this country were involved ended victoriously on
November 11, 1918; and
WHEREAS, it is appropriate to honor those among us
who have served for all of us; and
WHEREAS, this historic date has become a traditional
day for paying tribute to the millions of men and women who
have served in the armed forces of our country;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Bob Graham, by virtue of the
authority vested in me as Governor of the State of Florida, do
hereby proclaim November 11, 1979, as
VETERANS DAY
in iFlorida and urge all Floridians to observe this day with
* respectful ceremony and gratitude to those veterans who
have served this country.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand
and the Great Seal of the State of Florida to be affixed at
Tallahassee, the Capital, this 31st day of October in the year
of our Lord nineteen hundred and seventy-nine.
BOB GRAHAM,
Governor




WANTED

League Bowlers

For Tuesday night men's, Monday
night mixed and Wednesday night
women's leagues. Leave name at
Sub Shop or Bowling Alley.
229-6043 or 229-9951. If no
answer call 648-5846.


Losses from shoplifting' in
retail stores exceed $6 billion
annually. The University of
West Flordia's small business
development center will pre-
sent a free crime prevention
program designed to help the
businessman protect against
such losses.
This 45 minute "crime pre-
vention" program will consist
of a short lecture by a member
of the SBDC staff, a hfiin:,
handout materials, and a
presentation by a local law
enforcement officer.
The program will be Tues-

St. James Ladies

Plan Bazaar
Ladies of the St. James
Episcopal Church are inviting
the public -to a mini-bazaar
and silver tea, Wednesday,
November 14 from 3 to 6 p.m.
The mini-bazaar will be held
at the home of Mrs. L. L. (Ida)
Copenhaver at 1904 Monument
Avenue.

Card of Thanks
I wish to thank my many
friends for their love and
kindness shown to me during
my recent stay in the hospital.
Thank you for the flowers,
cards and prayers.
Also, a special thanks to the
nurses and the entire staff of
the hospital and Dr. Joe
Hendrix.
Mrs. Walsh


"All would be well if
there were no buts."
German Proverb


day, November 20 from 1:30 to
2:30 p.m. EST at the, Corrine
Costin Gibson Public Library
sponsored by Port St. Joe -
Gulf County Chamber of Com-
merce and the small business
administration.

Miss Baker

Feted At

Shower
The Ebonyette's honored
Miss Andreameta Baker with
a kitchent shower on Monday,
October 29 at the Gulf County
Sr. Citizens site.
Miss Baker, her mother,
and the groom elect's mother
were presented corsages by
the club's president, Mrs.
Minnie L. Likely.
The theme of the shower
was "peaches and cream"
based on the bride's chosen
colors. Miss Judy Griffin was
in charge of the guest register
and Mrs. Sharon Leslie and
Mrs. Linda Lewis were in
charge of refreshments and
entertainment.

Card of Thanks
We the members of the
Container Division of U.P.I.U.
Local 379 wish to thank all the
ladies who cooked and served
dinners for us while we were
on strike against St. Joe Paper
Co.
Also a special thanks to
Raffield Fisheries for their
donations and .to the Sub Shop
for the sandwiches and cokes
served to the pickets. We will
ever hold your assistance dear
to our hearts.
Wallace F. Tillery
U.P.I.U. U.P. Local 379
and members


Special!



MULLET DINNER

ALL YOU CAN EAT!

Slaw, Cheese, Grits, Bread,
Tea or Coffee




$2.95

Thurs., Nov. 15, 5-10 P.M., CST


THE FISH HOUSE

RESTAURANT


Mexico Beach


648-8950


A V


4


Poster Contest Winners
The Faith Christian School recently sponsored a poster


contest for students, depicting the upcoming Harvest
Festival. Poster winners were, from left: Ken Tharpe, fourth
.grade; Paige Johnson, fifth grade; and Kim Osborne, third
grade. --Star photo


Rotary Charity Ball Scheduled for


December 1; Tickets Now On Sale


The Port St. Joe Rotary
Club has scheduled its seven-
teenth annual Charity Ball for
Saturday, December 1, ac-
cording to ball chairman,
Jerry Sullivan.
The ball will be held in the
Centennial Building beginning
at 9:00 p.m., and continuing to
1:00 a.m.
Tickets to the annual affair
will go on sale today by all
members of the Rotary Club.
Sullivan said this year the
ball will be strictly a semi-
formal affair. "In the past few
years, the ball has been sort of


casual, but we intend to create
a better atmosphere for our
people to have a nice enjoy-
able evening", Sullivan said.
The music this year will be
furnished by Ray Smith, for-
mer Port St. Joe High School
bandmaster and the Mary
Face Trio. Sullivan said, "We
had this band last year and the
people who attended thorough-
ly enjoyed the music".
The annual ball is promoted
by the club to raise funds for
charitable activities through-
out the year. This year, the


Bowling


Newo
The ladies winter league (
met on Thursday, November
1.


Debbie Butler had high
game for Murphy's 'with a 143
and Opal Howard took high
series with a 391.
For the Surefoots, Elsie
Parker walked away with a
132 high game and Nell Smith
took the high series position
with a 339.
Vicki Griffin took all for the
Royal Flush with a high game
of 132 and the high series of
348.
For Renfro's Auto Parts, La
Juan Pogue bowled a high
game of 163 and Trudy Pate
bowled the high series of 403.
Diane Whitfield copped both
high game and high series for
Pepsi Cola, with a 179 and 455,
respectively.
Leading game and series for
the Sand Pipers was taken by
Carolyn Wright with a 172 high
game and a 475 high series.
Under the sponsorship of
Highland View Motors, Mary
Whitfield took the high game
of 163 and the high series of
429.
Peggy Heacock bowled a
high game of 171 and a high
series of 383 for the Alley Kats.
Standings W L
Murphy's 3 1
Surefoots 1 3
Royal Flush 1 3
Renfro's 3 1
Pepsi Cola 0 4
H.V. Motors 3 1
Alley Kats 1 3


Public

Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 78-110
IN RE: The Marriage of
JERRY LEE LUDLAM,
Husband,
Petitioner,
And
BETTY JEAN LUDLAM,
Wife,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Jerry Lee Ludlam
Last known address:
Rt. 2, Box 355-A
Arcadia, Florida 33821
Present address:
Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Counter-Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any to it, upon the
Counter,Petitioner's attorney, whose
name and address are Mel C. Magidson,
Jr., 413 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, and file the original with the
Clerk of the above-styled Court on or .
before December 11, 1979; otherwise,
judgment may be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the Petition.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL of
this Court on November 6th, 1979.
George Y. Core
Clerk of Court
Susan E. Bigelow
Deputy Clerk 4tc 11-8

"Stubbornness is the energy
of fools." German Proverb


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friends
SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICES..... 11:00 A.M. 87:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.


Nursery Provided


BRO. JERRY REGISTER,
Interim Pastor


the members of the


Church of Christ,

invite you to meet with them:
Sunday Mcrring Bible Study........... 10:00A.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


ball committee will deviate
from this practice slightly.
The funds will still go for local
activities, but this year, the
income will be designated.
The club has voted unani-
mously to give half the
proceeds, to the Municipal
Hospital fund currently being
collected to purchase a port-


able x-ray unit and a neo-na al
intensive care unit for the
hospital. The other half of the
funds will be used to develop a
park at the Bay end of Fifth
Street, which the club has
taken on as a project for the
coming year.
Tickets for the ball will- be
$15.00 per couple. ~


WE RECEIVE DAILY SHIPMENTS
FROM OUR NAPA DISTRIBUTION
CENTER MAKING OVER 110,000
DIFFERENT PARTS AVAILABLE
OVERNIGHT.

St. Joe Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
201 ng Avenue Highway 71
Port St. Joe, Fla. Wewahitchka, Florida
229.8222 639-5711



First

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

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

Welcome to Everyone

JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857



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 .................. 11:00AM
EVENING WORSHIP ................ 7:00 PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT ................ 7:00 PM

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4\.:.. ,- ,


A Piggy Bank Is Nice

But We're Nicer
(and Safer)

We invite all our old and new
Port St. Joe customers to use
our full banking service.


St. Joe Branch

Wewahitchka State Bank
Corner Fifth and Woodward
Phone 229-8226





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BOX
HOLDERS


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(QUANTITY RIGHTS
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YOUR CHOICE
ALL GRINDS
COFFEE


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LB. BAG


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LB. CAN


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USDA GRADE-A TABLERITE
. Baste Turkeys (12lbs. andup)


I",;


LIMIT 1 OF YOUR CHOICE
WITH 10" OR MORE ORD.


USDA GRADE-A
Baking Hens (5-to-7.b.,avg.)
TABLERITE
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mm .


3 Ib.
.CAN 5


LYKES FULLY COOKED (PARTY)
Boneless Hams (WHOLE) (5-to-7-lb.)


KRAFT DELUXE
Mac & Cheese Dinners .... .' 379
MCCORMICK
Black Pepper 2....,.. CA .49
BETTY CROCKER HAMBURGER OR o
Tuna Helper .. . ... .. PKG
BETTY COCER $4 1
Bisquick.. ..... .......P
Red Label Syrup.......QUART 1
PERFECTION
Rice ... ..................PG79
KER HILL 89
Dressings ................IZ. O



IGA SLICED BAR
Fruit 14 oz. 9
Cake.. .. ...
IGA DELICIOUS
Dinner PKGS.
Rolls .8. F l O
IGA GIANT
Sandwich 24oz. 5
Bread.........LOA


Hunter's Choice
DOG FOOD
25 lb. bag- $


USDA CHOICE TABLERITE WHOLE
Sirloin Tip Roast..
USDA CHOICE TABLERITE
Standing Rib Roast.


S b.
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MUCHMORE T.IBLERITE
Sliced Bacon..... ..Ib 0 IRoll Sausage


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TABUlRITE ... $148
Bologna ...... ... PKG.


SUNNYLAND SAUSAGE
Breakfast Links


WESSON
OIL


PETER PAN
Smooth or Crunchy ,
PEANUT BUTTER


U


oz.17


LIKES ........ ..
Wieners. . .


$178
$198

$028


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BRSANS
Juicy Jumbos ...... I


IGA FANCY
TOMATO
CATSUP


32 oz.
> BOTTLE
ONLY


IFR ZEN FO O D DEP. I


BANQUET ASSORTED
SUPPERS
IGA
Whip Topping ..
MAGIC GARDEN
Strawberries ...
MRS. SMITHS
Pie Shells......
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IGA SLICED 6 oz 69
American Cheese .....' 6
Whip Parkay ...........2U0s 79
SEALTEST LIGHT 'N' LIVELY
Cottage Cheese ........'c: :69


White Grapes Lb.
Fancy Red or Golden Delicious
3 Lb
APPLES Bag
Juicy Fla. Round
Oranges Lb.
Fla. Juicy 5 Lb.
Grapefruit Bag
Homegrown Sweet .
Satsumas Bag


$100

188


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Tangerines . oz. 59
Large Bunches Ga. Fresh
Turnips, Collards Q
Mustard Bunch


Crisp Western Mix
LETTUCE
CABBAGE


Ga. Homegrown Fancy
POLE BEANS


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PAGE TEN T"




FirstS
















.
High School principal, Ed-
, win Williams has recently
Srelesed the honor roll for the
first six weeks at Port St. Joe
S : Jr.-Sr. High School.
.. All A's
7th Grade




































P t StM Je F. u re Bs. i gh. s Ls
', : Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High Scho
., .. .:


. *, _




There are many clubs and
- organizations in school. One of
them is the YNOC (Youth in
;Need of Christ), a Bible Club
; -t help bring students closer to
C hrist. The officers are: pres-
-ident, Mary Lou Sewell; vice
- president, Timothy Beard;
:secretary and treasurer,
-]Drexel Garland; and chair-
-man of activities committee,
-Joseph Bowens. Surely this
smalll club deserves some
:recognition.
The Sharks hosted the Boni-
ray Blue Devils Friday night
;for a close win. The Sharks
Were the underdogs of this
,game and the Devils believed
"they had an easy victory, but


IE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1979




ix Weeks Honor Roll Students


Melody H. Lane, Donna
Johnston and Annette Minger.
8th Grade
Tim Ard, Gary Dunnigan,
Alisa Gant, Gary Gremaldi,
Randy Haddock, Robin Hea-
cock, Seth Howell, Jeanette


Lawder, Vickie Kelly and
Nikki Touchton.
9th Grade
Stewart Edwards and Cyn-
thia Miller.
10th Grade
Patty Raiford. and Jennifer


Totman.
11 th Grade
Laura Collinsworth and
Jackie Kerigan
12th Grade
Phyllis Cumbie and Evelyn
Sweet.


All A's & B's
7th Grade
Julie Allen, Lorence Bailey,
Angela Barbee, Mitchell Bou-
ington, David Bragdon, Durey
Cadwell, Jed Campbell, Lee
Collinsworth, Patricia Costin,


President Class

Students Picked
Eight students from Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School have
been selected to attend A
Presidential Classroom for
Young Americans in 1980.
This very worthwhile exper-
ience costs a minimum of
$550.00 per student. Your
contribution may be sent to
S Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School designated for A Presi-
dential Classroom. The final
deadline for submitting all
applications and tuitions for
the 1980 classes is December
:" 10, 1979.
.. The school is most apprecia-
S. tive of your contributions.


by delivering treats to patients at Municipal Hospital.

patien ts Shown above, from left, are: Deborah Smith, Christine
Batson, Phyllis Gaines and Pam Coney presenting the treats
aders of America, Chapter of to nurses Susie Pippin and Betty Chappell. -Star photo
ol, began Hallowe'en last week

Emissary


School


News

by Steve Sullivan


the mighty Sharks took con-
trol and won 7-6. Sharks, we
are proud of you!
Saturday, November 3, the
St. Joe Band of Gold traveled
Stoommy Oliver Stadium in
Panama City for band contest.
' They were rated on how well
they could march as well as
play. They received an 'Excel-
lent' rating.
Tuesday, November 6, the
Seniors took ASVAB (Armed
Services Vocational Aptitude
Battery). The tests are not
required for them to pass so
they can graduate. They are to
test their ability for which
field of work they are best
qualified.


to Visit

Schools
Andrew H. Wilson, a student
at Jacksonville University,
Governor Bob Graham's
"Emissary for Jobs for
Youth", will visit Gulf Coun-
ty's high schools.November 13
and 14. While here, Andy will
be speaking to a few of the
civic clubs, the Kiwanis Club
on Tuesday and Lions Club on
Wednesday.
Andy is well qualified for the
task. He has been very active
in junior achievement (J.A.)
for four years and this past
summer was spent speaking
to employer groups through-
out the state.
Employer groups are en-
couraged to give youth an
opportunity to prove their
eagerness and initiative by
hiring them and giving them
their first "break" into the
world of work.


Public Notices


NOTICE TOOFFER
"- TO SELL
Notice is hereby given that the City of
Port St. Joe Is offering for sale those four
(4) cul-de-sacs located in Block A of
Holly Hill Cemetery to the adjoining lot
owners. Any comments regarding the
proposed sale may be filed with the
office of the City Auaotor-Clerk on or
before 5:00 P.M., E.S.T., November 9,
S 979.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: L. A. Farris,
City Auditor-Clerk 2t 10-25
STATE OF FLORIDA
GULF COUNTY
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on the 1st
'day of October, 1979, pursuant to a Writ
" of Execution issued in the Circuit Court
of the First Judicial Circuit Of Florida, in
and for Okaloosa County, Florida, Case
'No. 78-2114 in the cause of CENDECO
REALTY, INC., PLAINTIFF, VS. PAR-
TNERSHIP INVESTMENTS OF
FLORIDA, INC., DEFENDANT, I, KEN
MURPHY, SHERIFF OF GULF
.COUNTY, FLORIDA, have levied upon
the property of the defendant, to-wit:
The South 966.63 feet of Government
Lots 5 and 6 in Fractional Section
36, Township 8 South, Range 12,
West, Gulf County, Florida.
On the 19th day of November, 1979, at
-Two O'clock (EST) in the afternoon on
-the steps of the Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, I will offer
for sale said property for cash to the
-highest bidder, subject to all prior liens,
if any, to satisfy said Writ of Execution.
-s. KEN MURPHY, SHERIFF
Gulf County, Florida
4t 10-25
o
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR.
'TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
-STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY
-IN RE: The Marriage of
"HARMON D, SPICER, Husband,
:- Respondent,
And
ZAOIE RUTH SPICER, Wife,
S. Petitioner
P NOTICEOF SUIT
TO: Harmon D. Spicer
c-o Reba Lewis
S.. 1034 Waterman
Detroit, Michigan 48209
--YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
Has been filed against you and you are
Required to serve a copy of your Answer
or other response to the Petition on
: Petitioner's Attorney:
: : ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.,
PO. BOx248
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
andfile the original thereof In the Circuit
:Gourt Clerk's Office, Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or
:beforethe 29th day of November, 1979. If
-you fail so to do, a Final Judgment for
the relief sought may be granted by
Default.
*-DATED this the 31st day of October,
1979.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court


By: -s- Joni D. Shores,
Deputy Clerk
4t 11-1
IN THE COUNTY COURT, IN AND
FOR BAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 79-739.CC
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PANAMA
CITY, FLORIDA, a national banking
association,
Plaintiff
vs.
BARBARA A. PIERSON,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I,
Ken Murphy, Sheriff of Gulf County,
Florida, under and by virtue of a Writ of
Execution heretofore issued out of the
above-entitled Court, in the above-styled
cause, have levied upon the following
described real property, situate, lying
and being in Gulf County, Florida,
to-wit:
Lots'4 and 5, DOUGLAS LANDING,
Unit One, as shown by the plate
thereof recorded in the official re-
cords of Gulf County, Florida, in
Plat Book 2, at page 25,
as property of the above-named De-
fendant, and that on the 30th day of
November, 1979, between the legal hours
of sale, namely 11:00 in the forenoon and
2:00 in the afternoon, and more specifi-
cally, at 1:00 p.m., on said date at the
front door of the Gulf County Court-
housein Port St. Joe, Florida, I will offer
for sale and sell to the highest bidder of
said Defendant, subject to all prior liens,
if any, to satisfy said Execution.
DATED this 22nd day of October, 1979.
-s- KEN MURPHY, SHERIFF
Gulf County, Florida 4t 11-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed, desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of Gulf County
'Home Health, 206 Monument Avenue,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, located in


Gulf County, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida.
Name of Business: GULF COUNTY
HOME HEALTH
Location of Business: 206 Monument
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
Owner: Bay Home Health Care. Agency,
Inc., P. 0. Box 858, Panama City,
Florida 32401.
By: J. C. Parmer, Jr., President
4t 10-18

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
Case No. 79.208
IN RE: The Marriage of
ROBERT McMULLON,
Husband, Petitioner.
And
JUDITH A. McMULLON,
Wife, Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Judith A. McMullon
445 Merrick Street
Adrian, Michigan 49221
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any to it, upon the Petition-
er's attorney whose name and address
are Mel C. Magidson, Jr., 413 Williams
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and file
the original with the Clerk of the above.
styled Court on or before November 26,
1979; otherwise, judgment may be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on October 23, 1979.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
As Clerk of Court
By: -s- Susan E. Bigelow,
Deputy Clerk 4t 10.25


Monday, Nov. 12
Tacos, lettuce, tomato,
cheese, corn, /z orange, and
milk..
Tuesday, Nov. 13
Fish, lima beans, cole slaw,
cornbread; chocolate pudding
and milk.
Wednesday, Nov. 14
Beef on rice, turnip greens,
jello with fruit, cornbread and
milk.


Business Meeting

of the Port St. Joe Elementary
School ESEA Title I Parent
Advisory Council will be held
at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday,


November 8 in the library of
*Port St. Joe Elementary
School.
The meeting is open to the
general public. All members
are urged to attend.


Thursday, Nov. 15
Hamburger with cheese,
lettuce, tomato, pickle,
French fries, peaches and
milk.
Friday, Nov. 16
Turkey and dressing with
gravy, cranberry sauce, green
peas, rolls, apple crisp, and
milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of food.


David Anderson, Tim Ethe-
redge, Luana Fernandez, Aly-
son Guilford, Stephanie Hill,
Tim McFarland, Reed McFar-
land, Cecil Lyons, Steve Keri-
gan, Renee Smith, Richard
Ramsey, Brad Pridgeon, Shel-
ley Raffield, and Kyle Pippin.
8th Grade
Debbie Beasley, Monica
Bergeron, Michelle Alonzo,
Mitch Burke, John Cassani,
Lonnie Dandy, Tiffany Burns,
James Lester, Celinda Liv-
ings, Traci McClain, Patrick
McFarland, Michael Mork,
Connie Plair, Keith Presnell,
Melissa Wood. Robert Taylor,
Marcia Stoutamire, Pam San-
born, and Tina Sisk.
9th Grade
Kaylen Biggins, Mike Bou-
ington, James Brown, Holly
Graham. John Howard, Cathy
Rish, Towan Peters, Marty
Neel, Michael Malone, Jay
Lynn, Judy Mowrey, Nancy
Wright, Cassandra. Thomas,
and Terry Taylor.
10th Grade
Kip Alstaetter, Vickie Barn-
hill, Ernest Bryan, Clay Car-
roll, Jan Clenney, Terry Gil-
ley, Janine Pierce, Gaynell
Stephens, Sandra Jackson,
Lori McClain, Brent Moore,
Kevin Nachtsheim, Patricia
Sasser, Inga 'Smith, Kevin
Roberson, Tim Stutzman, Cin-
dy Sullivan, Ann Ward, Mark
Wester, Delbert WhiteEagle,
and DeAnna Wright.
11th Grade
John Bush, Tammy Butts,
Synda Anchors, Christine Bat-
son, Donna Burrows, Janes
Chavous, Teresa Cox, Debo-
rah Dunigan, Cindy Haddock,
Elaine Isaacks, Donnie Mc-
Ardle, Neva Janowski, Cindy
Murdock, Beth Pollock, Dina
Parker, Debbie Patterson,
Tina Pierce, Lisa Ray, Diane
Sasser, Mary Lou Sewell,
Michelle Russ, Laurie Smith,
Stacey Tharpe, Barbara
Thomason, Ralph Thompson,
Benjamin WhiteEagle, Peggy
Wright, and Marlene Young.
12th Grade
Joseph Bowens, Darlene
Ambrose, Chris Alexander,
Pam Coney, Eric Clenney,
Greg Layfield, Vicky Deeson,
Dianne Graham, Gay Ford,
.Jeff Hinote, Joey Rtaffield,
Greg Phillips, Loree Register,
Kent Smith, .Dusty May, Max-
ine McPherson, Ronald Min-
ger, Steve Sullivan, Loretta
Walker, Steve Walker, and
Bernie Wester.


What Big Teeth!

Little Red Riding Hood wondered how her grandmother
got such big teeth. Yolanda Daniels, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Daniels wonders how her pet rabbit got such
big teeth. Yolanda says her rabbit can still eat whatever he
wants, in spite of the large lower teeth which protrude all the
way up to his nostrils. In spite of the large teeth, he is still a
tame rabbit and a nice pet, according to Yolanda.
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