The star
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028419/02087
 Material Information
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 6, 1975
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
lccn - sn 95047323
System ID: UF00028419:02087

Full Text


Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida




15 Cents Per Copy

ii Two Arrested In Marijuana Raid

'Two Port St. Joe men
were arrested last week end
and charged with a felony
possession of marijuana.
Arrested were Willie
Elari Quinn, age 20 and
Michael Black, 21, both of 308
Main Street in North Port St.
The two men were ar-
rested in their apartment
after investigation by the
Police Department made

them prime suspects of pos-
session of marijuana.
The two men were taken
to Gulf County jail after their
arrest and charges made.
They were released the fol-
lowing morning on $1,000
bond each.
City Patrolmen Bobby
Lightfoot, William McKei-
then and James McGee,
along with Sheriff's Depu-
ties, Marvin Bass and Frank
McKeithen entered the

apartment, armed with a
search warrant and found an
estimated $200.00 worth of
marijuana, according to Pa-
trolman Lightfoot.
"We had a strong enough
case that there was mari-
juana in the apartment to get
a search warrant", Lightfoot
said, "and we found what
we were looking for".
McKeithen said the Po-
lice Department has other

areas under surveillance and
investigation for marijuana
and other drug activity. "It's
only a matter of time before
we get some more", he said;
McKeithen said when of-'
ficers entered the apart-
ment, the two men arrested
were there alone and a
search of the apartment
turned up the illegal weed.
The arrest was made at
about 8:30 p.m., Thursday

Park Plans Presented

.,N '

McKEITHEN and LIGHTFOOT Thursday night, along
pose with the each of marijuana they materials for using
seized in a raid on an apartment last substance.

with some
the illegal
Star photo

Baptists to

Hear White
Rev. Douglas White will fill
the pulpit for the First Baptist
Church of Port St. Joe, Sun-
day, November 9. Rev. White
is being considered as a pros-
pective pastor for First Bap-
tist Church.
Rev. White is a graduate of
Samford University, Birming-
ham and New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. He is
married and he and his wife,
Pat, have three children, ages
10, eight and three. He is
presently pastor of First Bap-
tist Church, Union, Mississip-

'.. .

"J r

Rev. Douglas White

Rev. Douglas White

If the full plan presented to
the City Commission Tuesday
night can be utilized, North
Port St. Joe will have the
finest recreation area in the
city. Jim Sayes and Richard
Barrett of the Department of
Community Affairs presented
the Commission with a plan
for development of the old
12-acre Washington High
School site into a community
recreation center. The two
prepared the plans at the
request of the City Commis-

sion, which has access to
$80,000 in federal block grant
funds to develop the area.
Sayes suggested that the old
gymnasium be rehabilitated
and the three newer sections
of the abandoned school be
utilized in such areas as day
care centers, an arts, and
crafts center and a commun-
ity meeting center. They re-
commended that the old sec-
tion of the school be torn down
to make way for a play area.
The razing of the old building

is already under way by the.
Sayes said the money avail-
able to the City would not-be
sufficient to develop the entire:
complex and suggested the
City might be able to get some,
contributed labor from citi-
zens of the area and possibly.
some government-financedila-
bor by requesting it from the
CETA program.
The plan calls for construc-
tion of another ball diamond
(Continued on Page 2)

PSJ High School Releases

List of Honor Students

Principal Ken Herring has
released the honor for the first
six weeks period at Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School.
Those making "All A's"
Seventh grade: Laura Col-
linsworth, Elizabeth Pollock,
Laurie Smith.
Eighth grade: Kent Smith;
.Nir.'h grade: Phoebe Barlow,
and Woody Jones.
Tenth grade: Susanne Ham-
mock and Julane McFarland.
Eleventh' grade: Phillip
Davis, Jim Roberts, Steven
Pierce, Sammy Parker and
John Woods.
Twelfth grade: Susan Du-
pree, Pam Collier, Dennis
Arnold, Beth Ely, Regina El-
lis, Cheryl Hatcher, Debbie
Kearns, Cindy Nixon and De-
ward Harper.
Seventh grade: David Bray,
Tammy Butts, Leslie Costin,

County Board

Honors Stone

Joanne Freeman, Melinda
Cox, Deborah Dunigan, Ter-
esa Cox, Gene Floore, Neva
Janowski, Elaine Issacks,
Larie Jones, Steven Hughes,
Tim Montgomery, Donny Mc-
Ardle, Dina Parker, Donna
Patterson, Cathy McFarland,
Joseph Pippin, Lisa Ray, Tina
Pierce, Mary Lou Sewell, Tif-
fany Swatts, Stacey Tharpe,
Lee Anti Treace, Todd Wilder,
Paula Wingate.
Eighth grade: Chris Alexan-
der, Tim Beard, Jeanette
Brown, Wilma Jewell Burkett.
Andrea Bush, Russell Carr,
Blane Cox, Phyllis Cumbie,
Vicky Deeson, Lisa Fadio,
Gay Ford, Steve Gibbs, Dian-
ne Graham, William Harris,
Greg Jones, Ronald Minger,
Parion Mims, Dusty May,
Brenda Neel, Greg Layfield,
Erma Pittman, Sherri Raf-
field, Gwen Silvia, David Sul-
livan, Steve Sullivan, Steve

Walker, Jeff Wood, Joey
Whitehead, Bernie Wester,
Cindy Wingate, Tina Williams
and Helen Ullman.
Ninth grade: Lynn Besore,
Lauren Brooks, Karen Collins-
worth, Vicky Dunigan, Victor
Gilbert, Thomas Darragh,
Yvonne Guilford, Robert
Lange, Vanessa Jones, Matt
Groom, Charles Hatcher, Jo-
hanna Harrison, Dawana Jac-
obs, Bernie Pridgeon, William
Pollock, Monique Pierce, Ron-
ald Pickett, Tracie Norwood,
Teresa Nichols, Sammy Neel,
Cindy Murphy, Edwina Mat-
lock, Caron Lynn, Roxanne
Lee, Connie Williams, Step-
hanie Russ and Charles Samp-
Tenth grade: Gregg Chason,
Teresa Fortner, Keith Neel,
Jerry Norwood, Chip Pollock,
Tammy Raffield, Teresa Reg-
ister, Deborah Stutzman and
(Continued on Page 2)

Gulf County Commissioners gave their
official thanks to Jesse V. Stone Tuesday
night of last week when Chairman
Eldridge Money presented Stone with a
plaque in behalf of the Board. Money
praised Stone for his efforts as Chairman

for Gulf Cou
Celebration C
Player, Stone
Everett Owens

Union Gives SJPC

10 Days Notification

Local 1435 of the Inter-
national Brotherhood of
Machinists and Aero-
space Workers notified
St. Joe Paper Company
by telegram Tuesday af-
ternoon they wished to
take further steps in a
dispute over. the com-
pany's dismissal of an
employee several weeks
According to company
officials the telegram was
sent as a requirement in
the contract between be-
tween the union and the
company before any ne-
gotiations can proceed
beyond the grievance con-

ference stage. After the
notice is given, 10 days
before any further nego-
tiations can proceed, the
matter can either be re-
ferred to arbitration or
the unions have the right
to go out on strike.
The telegram was 'de-
livered to the company
yesterday after first be-
ing sent by mistake to a
mid-west state.
By giving the written
notice, the union asserted
its rights under the con-
tract to pursue their grie-
vance beyond the com-
pany-union negotiation
team stage.

Man Hunt!

Fugitive Eludes

Road Block
Gulf County Sheriff's De-
partment spent most of the
night Tuesday trying to catch
a suspect who ran when
officers went to arrest him,
according to Sheriff Raymond
Lawrence said one of his
deputies went to the home of
,Mark Martin in Highland
View about 7:30 Tuesday night
to pick him up on three capius
orders from Polk County.
Lawrence said Martin asked
to go into the house to get a
shirt before going with the
deputy. When Martin went
into the house, he ran out the
back door and took off.
All Sheriff's deputies and
the Sheriff's Auxiliary were
called out to try and appre-
hend Martin. Road blocks
were set up at the Highland
View bridge and north of
Highland View. A tracking
dog team was brought in from
Apalachee Correctional Insti-
tute to trail Martin and the
.search went on until 3:00 a.m.,
in the morning Wednesday.
nty's Golden Anniversary According to Lawrence, the
committee. On hand for the dogs tracked Martin to Bea-
were, left to right: Silas con Hill where it appeared he
, T. D. Whitfield, Money, had caught a ride. At press
s, Jr., and Otis Davis, Jr. time Wednesday, M.artin was
Star Photo still at large.

Makes Mercy Lift

Last Wednesday afternoon, a Navy
Search and Rescue helicopter, airlifted a
newborn child from Municipal Hospital to
Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola for




Two long time residents of
Port St. Joe are in hospitals
this week, with both undergo-
ing serious surgery.
Long time businessman and
former City Commissioner I.
C. Nedley had his right foot
amputated in Tallahassee Me-
morial Hospital Tuesday.
Nedley had been suffering
with blood circulation prob-
lems in the foot for some time.
He is reported to be recover-
ing well and was already out
of intensive care and back in
his hospital room.
The other long-time busi-
ness-man, Henry Campbell is
in a Panama City hospital
where he underwent surgery
for a tumor this week. Camp-
bell, owner and operator of
Campbell's Drug Store, is
reported to be recovering

corrective surgery. The helicopter was
staffed with a seven member crew: the pilot
and co-pilot, an engineer, a radioman, two
Emergency Medical Technicians and a
physician, to care for the child while enroute
to Pensacola. Star Photo

The Pentecostal Holiness
Church, Garrison Avenue, an-
nounces Revival Services to
begin Sunday evening, Nov-
ember 9, and to run through
November 14. Rev. Don

Rev. Don Wilkes

Wilkes of Tallahassee will be
the featured speaker. Rev.
Wilkes will be speaking on the
Manifestations of the Holy
Spirit. Services will be ton-
ddcted each evening at T:30.
There will also be a morning
service each morning Moriday
through Friday, at 7:00 a.m.
Coffee and doughnuts will be
served in the Fellowship Hall
of the church.
Rev. Wilkes has served as a
pastor for the past 25 years,
and has been in Tallahassee
for the past three years as
pastor of the Christian Heri-
tage Church. He has served as
Chaplain of the Civil Air
Patrol for several years and
has taught Character Gui-
dance courses, and has much
training in the field of family
Pastor James Gosnell, and
congregation extends a cor-
dial invitation to everyone to
attend these services.

w *

Would Develop School Site

Revival Starts Sunday

At Pentecostal Holiness


'AGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 1975

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


IN COUNTY--ONE YEAR, $5.00 SIX MOS., $3.00 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY--One Year, $6.00 OUT OF U.S.-One Year, $7.00

' TO ADVERTISERS-in case.of error or omissions.in advertisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable
for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.

44 The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully weighed. The'spoken word barely
4' asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


No Tax Cut Without

Spending Cut

-' ,.

Happy Faces

When the Sharks are winning, students
and fans put on a happy face. Some of the
happiest are usually found on the Shark
cheerleaders. These pretty young ladies

express their joy in their actions at Friday
night's game in Wakulla. One of the happiest
faces was found on Pam Sanborn, as she
spent the evening waving the official Shark
banner while she urged her team on to
Star Photo

The plight of the City of New
York should serve as a warning to
thos' Congressmen who advocate a
tix increase without a reduction in
spending that it just won't work
forever. Since the United States has
already been spending more than it
t6ikes in for half of foirver, it seems
time to start being a little prudent
(bout our financial matters.
: New York is bankrupt because it
continuedd to spend more money for
is people each year than it took in
from its several sources of revenue.
gach year, the big city borrowed
More and more money to give free
college education, free hospitaliza-
@on, astronomical salaries, the lar-
iest welfare program in the world
Ond many other goodies associated
'yith ,the welfare state. Now, she is
6roke, busted and bankrupt and
pleading for the emainder of thei
nation to give of their frugality and
Sail her out of trouble.
- We see it that if the United

SHunter and

Saturday is the first day of
hunting season and the nimrods will
be taking to the woods in every kind
of get-up imagineable.
These days a hunter isn't a real
ibona-fide hunter nor is a fisherman
an angler who knows a fish from a
polly-wog if he doesn't drive a
pick-up truck rigged for the sport to
which he proposes to follow.
Editor Sam Griffin of the Bain-
bridge Post-Searchlight has editor-
ialized on pick-up trucks as the
latest status symbol of these sports-
men and has classed them in Class
A, B and C.
The Class A pick-up is a truck
with 1) a gunrack, 2) air condition-
ing, 3) stereo tape player, 4) a CB
radio and whip antenna, 5) a tool
box behind the cab, 6) a trailer hitch,
and 7) a drum or tank with a pump
attached. He forgot to mention that
hogs were forbidden to ride in the
back of a Class A pick-up.
: -,Editor Griffin goes on to say that
this- pick-up is only exceeded by

(Continued from Page 1)

Park Plans

and light one of the diamonds,
construction of a playground
for small children, a group
picnic area, utilizing the
frame and roof of one of the
,old buildings for a picnic
shelter, construction of a bar-
becue pit, rest room facilities,
football and track field, instal-
lation of playground equip-
ment and making a multi-
!game area out of the cement
,floor of the old high school
Sayes said rehabilitation of
the old gymnasium alone will
cost around $15,000. Commis-
sioner James B. Roberts said
the building needs a new roof
which will take another chunk
;of the money available.
Sayes was instructed by the

States fails to heed the program of
President Gerald Fjd in reducing
spending as much as we reduce our
tax income by a tax gut, we will also
be calling for someone to bail us out
of our financial problems. Who will
do so? The only onejwaiting in the
wings with the possible ability to aid
us in our financial woes are only
waiting to gloat over our "burying
ourselves" in a sea of debt.
We agree with the tax cut. We
also agree that we as a nation as well
as individuals should live within our
limitations. There is nothing wrong
with borrowing money for things one
needs. There is only folly in borrow-
ing to the point of bankruptcy just to
'have the luxuries of life such as we
as a nation are doing.
We hope Mr. Ford leaves it in
parkk aN d'even applies the emergen-
i'y'., brakes as-, an 'added measure
against this plunge down the hill
being caused by our reckless driving
of our financial buggy.

His Pick- Up

Class AA which is basically the
same except to qualify for an AA
rating it must also have wide oval
tires, chrome wheels and a custom-
built combination tool box-diesel
drum, and it must have a function-
ing CB radio.
The Class B pick-up is virtually
the same as a Class A, except that it
does not have air conditioning,
stereo or drum and pump. The Class
C pick-up is the same as a Class B
without the CB antenna. He says one
must be cautious in identifying a
Class B, because sometimes they
will install the CB antenna without
the radio to fool you into thinking
they are Class A:, Such folks are
obviously social climbers.
Griffin declares that those with
camper bodies are, considered to be
in an entirely separate class.
Any way you look at it, you have
to conclude than when today's
hunter or fishermen goes out to
"rough it", he intends to do it in

Mayor. Frank Pate, to finish
his drawings and then present
them to the Commission. After
the Commission receives the
finished drawings they will be
shown to citizens of the area
for their suggestions for any
changes which might be de-
The Commission began
working on the recreation
project a year ago with the
thought of construction of a
playground and possible reno-
vation of the gymnasium. This
past Spring. the City became
eligible for the block grant and
expanded their development
plans. The property was ob-
tained from the Gulf County
School Board this past sum-
mer in a swap of property.
In other items of business.
the Commission:
-Approved a change order,
allowing Mechanical and

Chemical Equipment Com-
pany to install new sewage
trunk lines on Highway 98,
replacing a damaged trunk
line, at a cost of $20,550.
-Adopted a Resolution urg-
ing the continuation of federal
revenue sharing funds.
--Agreed to advertise for
objections prior to considera-
tion of a zoning variance for
David B. May. He wishes to
construct a two car garage
which will put the wall of the
garage 12 feet from his pro-
perty line. The zoning ordin-
ance requires 15 feet
-Was notified by attorney
William J., Rish that Joseph
Rehberg will begin cleaning
up his property at tlie corner
of Long and Seventh this week
and that Charles Johnson will
be in town within a week to
clear old abandoned autos
from his prepert. in the
vicinity of First Street.

(Continued from Page 1)

Honor Roll

Teresa Sweet.
Eleventh grade: Tony Dan-
dy, Bill Hughes, Tim Hatcher,
Jay Fleming, Karen Gosnell,
Clayton Hanna, Wendy Kei-
ser, Becky Kirk, Tamela Dor-
man, Darrell Tillery, Elijah
Smiley, Paul Ropelis, Donna
Pitts, Keef Pettis, Dawayne
Patterson, Tammie Locke and
Lorin White.
Twelfth grade: Cindy At-
kinds, Terry Carr, Linda Am-
brose, Ann Bailey, Curtis Al-
sobrook, Steve Cloud, Cindy
Freeman, Deedee Gainous,
Cathy Gray, Kim Measamer,
Lisa Melton, Johnny Merritt,
Tammy 'Norwood, Sam Parisi,
Nan Parker, TammyRRushing,
Bill Wall, Joni shores, Jahit~e
Walton and Pam Smith.


Ca t 227-2311

Back during pioneer times
in our town, we had a pretty
fair country courthouse, but
had little court activity, due to
some reason or another. Per-
haps we did not break many
laws, or perhaps during this
time there were not many
laws to break.
Occasionally we would have

a hog stealing court case. At
this time bulletins from the U.
S. Department of Livestock on
how to enlarge a herd of hogs
was just beginning to trickle
into our area. Some of our
breeders of river swamp hogs
said that the ideas from Wash-
ington about enlarging a herd
of hogs were too expensive

Port St. Joe


- w

Port St. Joe High School
Lunch Room Menus
Monday, Nov. 10
Pork chops, hamburger
with bun. rice with gravy,
French fries, lettuce, tomato,
pickles, turnips, applesauce
with cookie, cornbread, milk.
Tuesday, Nov. ll
Chili with beans, hot dog
with bun, potato salad, tomato
wedge, cinnamon rolls, bread,
crackers, milk.
Wednesday, Nov. 12
Macaroni and cheese, ham-
burger with bun, potato chips,
lettuce, tomato, pickles, string
beans, cherry pie, bread.
Thursday, Nov. 13
Barbecue chicken, mashed
potatoes, green limas, tomato
slice, fruit cup, bread, rolls.
Friday, Nov. 14
Tuna salad, hamburger with
bun, French fries, lettuce.

tomato, pickles, English peas,
pineapple upside down cake,
crackers, bread.
Elementary Schools
Lunch Room Menu
Monday, Nov. 10
Pork chops, rice with gravy,
turnips, tomato slice, apple-
sauce with cookie, cornbread.
Tuesday, Nov. 11
Lasagna, whole kernel corn,
tomato wedge, cinnamon
rolls, bread, rolls.
Wednesday, Nov. 12
Macaroni and cheese, Eng-
lish peas, tossed salad, cherry
pie, bread, rolls.
Thursday, Nov. 13
Barbecue chicken, mashed
potatoes, green limas, tomato
slice, fruit cup, bread, rolls.
Friday, Nov. 14
Hamburger with bun,
French fries, lettuce, tomato,
pickles, string beans, pineap-
ple upside down cake.



Old Rocky startled the nation this week when
he announced publicly he wouldn't be available.
for the Vice-Presidency in next year's election.
He said the Republicans would just have to do
the best they could and tough it out without him.
It was a surprise me to see Rocky do this
thing. After he worked so hard and even told how
many millions he had in order to be confirmed to
the number two spot, I thought he would be
'willing, ready and able to offer himself for a full
four-year "teri'i. -' *-'
1 understifid :that Happy had a hand in his'"
decision. She just didn't have enough room in the
"cottage" the United States furnishes its
Vice-President and she wanted to get back home
to their little house on the Hudson where she
would have elbow room.
Too, I thought he was running hard for the

post when he came to Florida last week and
announced he ate his grits with butter rather
than with sugar while he was here. That is a
sacrifice greater than most of us will ever know.
When a politician makes such a concession to his
up-bringing he is almost a cinch to be looking for
an office.
My own private opinion of the matter is that
old Rocky found out after eating butter on his
grits that there are better things in this world
than being.Vice-PresidenL .

New York's Governor Carey said on an early
morning TV show this week that he was
disappointed over the help (or lack of it) the
United States government was offering the City
of New York in its time of trouble. I didn't know
those begging for help could be choosy about
what they received.
Then on the same program, there was
interview with a man in the street in New York in
which he said, "This is the problem of the
Government and the nation."
With attitudes such as these, it is easy to see
how New York got in the fix it's in.

We can expect to look out for the women in
the days to come.
It seems more than just a coincidence that
Milton Caniff, in his comic strip, "Steve Canyon"
has a story going where the girls at Maumee
University are going to deny the boys their kisses
if Stalky Schweisenbarger isn't elected captain
of the Maumee football team. On the news pages
of the same newspaper, an article says that
America's women are being asked to cancel all
normal activities in a feminist move to show the
system how much it depends on women.
The article calls for ceasing for a day all
work, shopping, banking, cooking, child care and
even sex, by the ladies to show just how
important they are. The one-day strike is to be
known as "Alice Doesn't".
I don't know what day this strike is to be
called for, but some of the men I have talked to
have told me their "Alice" hasn't in a long time.
Before I get into trouble, I need to tell you my
"Alice" still does. To be fair, she doesn't take
care of the children any more, because all our
children are old enough to take care of
Now to extricate myself from blame in this
matter: I think women are just as necessary as
men. I mean, after all, if we're going to get all
bothered about the importance of the pelican to
our good life, why shouldn't we be just as
interested in the women?
I hope'the strike is called off and give my
pledge here and now not to lead, advocate or
participate in such a strike which may be called
in the future by the men.

I don't know whether you have noticed it or
not, but it it's only three weeks to Thanksgiving
and a short six weeks until Christmas.

I don't like this standard time. This business
of getting off at six o'clock and finding it still
dark is for the birds. I can live with getting up by
standard time, but not the ending of the day by
the standard time. If there was some way we
could begin the day on standard time and end it
on daylight savings time, things would be

and that the cheapest way to
have more hogs was by pen-
ning up other people's hogs in
the swamp. Sooner or later
these people became known as
hog stealers and were brought
to court.
A good hog stealing court
case could last a week, or
maybe two weeks, depending
on who stole the hogs and
whose hogs were stolen. Much
time was consumed by the
-tourt officials in selecting a
hog stealing jury. This was
important, as the jury held the
fate of two vital elements of
early survival. A man and a
The entire transcript of the
hog stealing case was in beau-
tiful long hand writing and this
consumed much time. It
seems that all created beauty
takes much time and thought.
One hog stealer was in the
witness chair and the prose-
cuting attorney boomed out to
the little accused man this
question: "Was you on the left
side of the river or was you on
the right side of the river when
you stole the hogs? In a meek
voice the reply was, "whether
I was on the left side of the
river, or on the right side of
the river when I stole the hogs,
would depend on whether I
was going up the river, or
coming down the river."
The quick change or rhe-
toric in the answer, caused the
case to be thrown out of court
and the little accused hog
stealer was again free to roam
the left side, or right of his
beloved river banks-depend-
ing on whether he was coming
up, or going down the river.

Is It the Left Side
or the Right Side?

.w w ww ww w~my w w ..m.

---- -------- ------------

Miss Patty Dykes and Phil Maxwell Gulf Coast

Married September 2 7In Savannah Bicentennial

THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. T!IURSDAY, NOV. 6. 1975 PAGE ThREE- -*

Miss Patty Dykes and Phil
Maxwell were united in holy
matrimony on September 27
at the DeRenne Avenue Bap-
tist Church in Savannah, Ga.
Rev. Major Dykes, father of
the bride, performed the cere-
The organist, Mrs. Roy
Burch, presented a program
of pre-nuptial selections. The
singers, Mr. and Mrs. John
Clark, sang "Somewhere My
Love", "Whither Thou Goest"
and "Because".
The bride, given in mar-
riage by her father, was
radiant in a formal wedding
dress fashioned of Quiana and
re-embroidered French. lace.
in a empire waist line. The
bodice and collar was an over-
lay of lace. The train was
attached to a bow at the waist-
line. Her diaphanous veil of
white illusion was attached to
a tiara of labe and tiny pearls.
She carried a cascade bou-
quet of yellow sweetheart
roses and daisies. The stream-
ers were of white satin ribbons
caught With love knots.
Miss Cecelia Dykes, sister
of the bride, served as maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Susan Kirkland, sister of the
groom, Misses Debbie Dykes,
sister of the bride, and Patty
Weeks. Miss Victoria Kirk-
land, niece of the groom
served as flower girl.
The maid of honor wore a
green dotted swiss floor lerigth
gown. She carried a long-
stemmed large yellow mum
accented with fern and
streamers of yellow satin rib-
bon caught in love knots.
The bridesmaids wore yel-
low polyester floor length
gowns and carried mums tied
with yellow, streamers.

Serving the bridegroom as
best man was his father, Fol-
som Maxwell. The grooms-
men were Ralph Maxwell,
brother of the groom, Danny
Kirkland, brother-in-law of
the groom and Kenny Dykes,
brother of the bride. Tres
Kirkland, nephew of the
groom served as ringbearer.
Clinton Phillips, uncle of the
groom, and Joey Dykes, bro-
ther of the bride served as
ushers and candle lighters.
The sanctuary was decor-
ated with two tall andelabra
holding white candles. Bou-
quets of yellow and white
mums, daisies and gladioli
were displayed at vantage
points. The family pews were
marked with yellow satin
Mrs: Dykes chose for the
occasion a blue and white knit
.floor length gown. A beautiful
white orchid corsage com-
pleted her outfit..
Mrs. Maxwell wore a red
matte jersey floor length gown
with silver accessories. She
also wore a white orchid to
complete her outfit.
Following the ceremony a
reception in the Fellowship
.Hall of the church. The bride's
book was kept by Miss Lilann
Hunter. Mrs. Babs New, sister
of the groom, served the cake
after the initial cutting. Fol-
lowing their wedding trip the
young couple will be at home
in Savannah, Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruffin of
Bainbridge, Ga.; Mr.. and
Mrs. S. C. Phillips of Cocoa;
Mrs. P. L. New and Paul of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Maxwell, Sr. of Colquitt,
Ga.;. Mrs. Alice Johnson of
Alma, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.

Miss Sandra Irene Kirk

We ds Today

Jimmy Mock, Mr. and Mrs. R.
F. Maxwell, Jr. and Ralph, all
of Port St. Joe.
Mr. and Mrs..R. F. Ma-:well,

Jr. entertained the wedding
party and out-of-towrt guests
with a delightful buffet dinner
on Friday evening following
the rehearsal.

Tender, nmoist Apple Butter Breads laced with chopped nuts and
golden raisins, makes a savory addition to any fall menu. This
quick bread can be mixed in seconds-whenever you have a few.
Apple Butter Bread is even better the second day. But you may
have to make two loaves to enjoy the more developed flavor. The
cinnamon-apple smell wafting through the house is an invitation
to slice and taste it.
If you haven't discovered the convenience of enriched self-
rising flour, now is the time. The salt and leavening are blended
into the flour at the mill, saving you mixing and measuring steps,
and possible mistakes.
More important, the nutritional contribution gives you three es-
sential B-vitamins-niacin, thiamine and riboflavin-and the min-
erals, iron and calcium. They are added in the enrichment of
self-rising flour .
Apple Butter Bread
I loaf
2 cups enriched self-rising cup apple butter
flour* V4 cup butter, melted
/4 cup sugar 2 tablespoons apple juice
1V2 teaspoons ground or milk
cinnamon / cup chopped nuts
2 eggs V2 cup golden seedless raisins
Stir together flour, sugar and cinnamon. Beat together eggs,
apple butter, butter and apple juice. Stir in nuts and raisins. Add
liquid all at once to flour mixture, stirring only until flour is
moistened. Pour batter into greased 8V2 x 4/2-inch pan. Bake in
preheated 3500 oven 55 minutes. Cool 10 minutes before removing
from pan. Cool completely before slicing.
*Spbon flour into dry measuring cup; level. Do not scoop.

Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege has been designated a Bi-
centennial campus by the
American Revolution Bicen-
tennial Administration.
Gulf Coast President Dr.
Richard Morley announced
plans for the Bicentennial
year saying, "We are looking
on our nation's 200th anniver-
sary as a time of unity and
rededication to the ideals that
made this country great."
Bicentennial activity began
early this year with a flag
raising ceremony at which
time the Bicentennial flag
began flying over GCCC.
Morley noted that a large
concert will be staged in the
GCCC Fine Arts Auditorium
Friday and Saturday evening,
November 20 and, 21. The
College Singers will present a
Bicentennial celebration fea-
turing the College Orchestra
as well.
Monday evening November
24th the celebration will con-
tinue with ceremonies honor-
ing the "Bicentennial Wagon
Train." The front parking lot
of the College will be sealed off
for square dancing, Bluegrass
bands, free hot dogs and soft
drinks and other activities.
"All of these activities and
refreshments will be free to
the public," Morley said.
The year's activity will in-
clude "Feeling Good," a pre-
sentation of Black heritage in
February and the Broadway
musical "1776" in early April.
"The public will also be
invited to participate in a lec-
ture series called the George
G. Tapper Governmental
Seminars," Morley con-

James Maddox

Called to Pastor

for Bethlehem
James D. Maddox of Port
St. Joe, is the new pastor of
Bethlehem Missionary Baptist
Church near Cottondale.
Maddox is a second year
theology student at Baptist
Bible Irstitute in Graceville.
He expects to graduate in
May, 1977. Before enrolling n
school, he worked as an air-
craft controller for 10 years in
Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Maddox, who was the
former Carolyn Akridge of
Port St. Joe, is a second year
religious education major at
BBI. They have four children,
ages 12-18. The family will
continue to live at 306 W.
Jackson Ave., Chipley.

Honor Society to

Wash Cars Sat.
The National Honor Society
of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School will be having a car
wash this Saturday, Novem-
ber 8. The car wash will be in
the lot adjacent to the City
Hall. Price will be $1.50 per
car, from nine a.m. to five

The family of J. P. Fleishel
acknowledges with deep ap-
preciation the kindness and
sympathy expressed and
shown during our time of
Mrs. Gladys Fleishel
Mrs. Fay Pridgeon
Phyllis, Tim & Michael


Cox Vows

Are Said

Mr. and Mrs. Oma Bouing-
ton announces the recent mar-
riage of their daughter, Teena
Bouington, to James A. Cox,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James
A. Cox, Sr., all of Port St. Joe.
The wedding, an event of
October 22, was held at
Dothan, Alabama, with only
close members of the immed-
iately families. After a short
honeymoon to South Florida,
the "couple are at home to
friends at 124 Mirmar St.,
Mexico Beach.

Mrs. James A. Cox, Jr.

Whittle, Belin, Receive Scholarships
James Whittle and James Methodist Scholarship Fund. Huntingdon College and were
Leonard Belin have been Recipients were recom- chosen on the basis of charac-
named to receive scholarships mended by their pastors, ter, leadership ability, and
at Huntingdon College from church committee, or the services rendered to the
the Alabama-West Florida scholarship committee of church, school or community.

Flowering & Green Plants

City Delivery Only

No Funerals- No Wire Orders

will be accepted
after Monday, November 10

Debbie's Flowers

507 7th St.
S''< Port St. Joe, Florida

^A^^(^^ ^>*^><

Mr. and Mrs. James Kirk of
Port St. Joe wish to announce
the marriage of their daugh-
ter, Sanra Irene, to Glen
Richard Douds, Jr., son of
Glen Richard Douds Sr. and
Mrs. Velma Douds of Panama
The ceremony will be at
Long Avenue Baptist Church
Thursday, November 6, at
10:00 a.m., performed by Rev.
J. C. Odum. No invitations

are being sent, but family and
friends of the couple are in-
Sandra is a 1973 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School.
attended Tom P. Haney
School and is presently em-
ployed at Piggly Wiggly.
Glen attended Bay High
School, is a veteran of the U. S.
Army, and is presently em-
ployed by Kirk's '76 Station.

the members of the

Church of Christ
invite you to meet with them:

Sunday Morning Bible Study... 10:00
Sunday Morning Worship ...... 11:00
Sunday Night ................... 6:00
Wednesday Night.............. 7:00

Corner 20th St. & Marvin
James Brantley, Minister
Phone 229-8153


Sammie's Beauty Salon.

402 Third St. Port St. Joe

Selma (Sammie) Wester
Master Cosmetologist

Open Tuesday thru Saturday
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Evenings by Appointment '-"

Permanent Waves For Appointment
Styling Shaping Call 229-8328
Tinting Frosting Special consideration
for Senior Citizens

Ask about the "Girl of the Week"


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. TMIWRSDAY, NOV. 6, 1975

PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 1975

Local Garden Club Hosts

District Fall Conference

GARDEN CLUB OFFICIALS-L to r: Mrs. Charles Winter Haven, State 2nd Vice President; and Mrs. E. R.
Fischer of Panama City, District II President; Mrs. D. R. Jordan of Miami, State 3rd Vice President. They presented
Villereal of Tampa, State 1st Vice President; Mrs. Homer the goals of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. to
Guinn of Boca Raton, State President; Mrs. John G. Wood of the District II Fall Conference here last Wednesday.

4 f

Si a

Lto r: Mrs. A. J. Hall, hostess; Mrs. James Cox, Sr., mother of the groom; the recent bride;
Mrs. Oma Bouington, mother of the bride; and Mrs. Robert Moore, hostess. Star Photo

Dawn Anchors

Sorority Pledge
Dawn Anchors of Port St.
Joe was of 98 women to pledge
sororities at Troy State Uni-
versity fall quarter.
Miss Anchors pledged Kap-
pa Delta sorority.
She is a freshman Social
Rehabilitation Psychology
major and is the daughter of
-' Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Anchors.

J. Green, Regional Representative of the Division of
Retardation. Region IIA speaks to local members of the
Retarded Citizens Association. Star Photo

Division of Retardati

Meet with Local Assoi

Last Thursday, the Gulf
County Association of Retard-
ed .Citizens met with the re-
presentatives from the Divi-
sion of Retardation Region IIA
for the purpose of planning a
full-time activity center for
retarded adults.
Guests at the meeting were
J. Green, regional field re-
presentative; Mrs. Melzer,
supervisor; Mrs. Cavanaugh,
president of Jackson County
ARC and Mr. Gaslein, Direc-
A follow-up meeting will be
held Thursday, November 6 at
7 p.m. in the St. Joe High
School Commons Area. Offi-'
cers and the Board of Direc-
tors will be elected at this
meeting. All members are
urged to attend.


Carole Antley of Port St. Joe
was one of 98 women to pledge
sororities at Troy State Uni-
versity fall quarter.
.vliss Antley, a graduate of
Flrt St. Joe High School,
pledged Alpha Delta Pi soror-
:$he is a freshman at TSU
and is the daughter of Mr. and
MrS. E. L. Antley.

on Reps





A calling shower in honor of
Teena Bouington, the recent
bride of Jimmy Cox, Jr. was
held on October 17 at the
home of Mrs. Robert Moore.
Mrs. A. J. Hall assisted Mrs.
Moore in hosting the gala
event. The bride's chosen
colors of soft pastels were
used in decorating the party
rooms. The refreshment table
was lovely, the focal point
being a crystal punch bowl
surrounded with greenery and
pods of yellow berries.
Mrs. Donald Parker, aunt of
the bride, assisted in serving
at the refreshment table,
while Mrs. J. W. Bouington,
also the bride's aunt, kept the
bride's book. Many friends
called during the appointed
hours and the bride was the
recipient of many l6ovely'and
useful gifts.
Garden Club
Meets Thursday
The Port St. Joe .Garden
Club will hold their regular
meeting next Thursday at 3:00
p.m. at the Garden Center.
The meeting had previously
been rescheduled, but has
been changed back to the reg-
ular time.

Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue

GEORGE PUCKETT, Minister of Music
Sunday School ........... ......... 9:45 A.M .
Morning Worship Service ........... 11:00 A.M.
Church Training ..................... 6:30 P.M.
Evening Worship Service .............. 7:30 P.M.
Prayer Meeting (Wed.) .............. 7:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


The 1975 Tax Roll has been certified by Property
Appraiser to Tax Collector for collection of county,
school, cities and fire district taxes.
Tax payments will be received, beginning
November 3rd, 1975, at the Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
Office hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Discounts Allowed 4 percent November 1975
3 percent December 1975
2 percent January 1976
1 percent February 1975

Delinquent April 1976

Harland 0. Pridgeon

Tax Collector, Gulf County
P. 0. Box 989
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456

Phone 229-6116

The Port St.. Joe Garden
Club was host to the District II
Annual Fall Conference of the
Florida Federation of Garden
Clubs this past Thursday.
Over 100 women from the sur-
rounding area attended the
fall conference.
Special guests and speakers
for the occasion were State
officers: Mrs. Homer Guinn,
President; Mrs. D. R. Villa-
real, 1st Vice President; Mrs.
John G. Wood, 2nd Vice Presi-
dent and Mrs. E. R. Jordan,-
3rd Vice President. District II
Director, Mrs. Charles Fisc-
her and Assistant Director,
Mrs. J. T. Boyette also gave
brief remarks.
Mrs. Herbert Brouillette,
local vice president, acted as
hostess for the occasion, and
welcomed the guests to the
Garden Center.
Those in attendance were

The Division of Continuing
Education of Gulf Coast Com-
munity College will offer a
non-credit short course in
macrame at Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School.
Registration and the first
class meeting for this course
will begin at 7:00 Monday
night, November 10. This class
will meet from seven to nine
each Monday night for five
The fee for this course to be

welcomed to the city by Mayor
Frank Pate who stated, "Our
local Garden Club has added
to the beauty of Port St. Joe
with their work."
Mrs. Homer Guinn reaf-
firmed the objectives of gar-
den clubs, and Mrs. Villareal
spoke on the measure of
garden club accomplish-
ments. Rep. Billy Joe Rish
also spoke to the assembled
The District Chairmen re-
ported to the conference the
.progress on various aspects of
the Federation, including:
awards, bocks, horticulture,
ways and means, wild flowers,
world gardening, garden ther-
apy, Bicentennial and conser-
Following a -delicious lunch
served in the Episcopal Parish
Hall by members of the local
club, the conference reas-

taught by Mrs. Carol Carpen-
ter. will be $10.00, supplies will
cost approximately $3.00.
Persons interested in taking
this macrame class should
call Miss Rita Sanders at Port
St. Joe High School, 227-8962,
or the Division df Continuing
Education at Gulf Coast Col-
lege in Panama City, 769-1551.
Fifteen persons must register,
in order for the class to be held
in Port St. Joe.

sembled at the Garden Center
on Eighth Street. Mrs. John G.
Wood urged the garden clubs
present to recognize their
potentials in their communi-
ties. Mrs. E. R. Jordan stated
that communication is the
greatest resource that garden
clubs possess in achieving
their goals and in informing
the community.
Reports from the 16 garden
clubs represented were given,
identifying the projects and-
accomplishments of the vari-
ous clubs. Clubs represented

at the conference were from
Bonifay, Blountstown, Chat-
tahoochee, Chipley, Cotton-
dale, Graceville, Lynn Haven,
Marianna, Panama City, Pan-
ama City Beach, Parker, Port
St. Joe, Quincy, Sneads, Sunny
Hills and Vernon.
The Chipley Garden Club
will act as host to the confer-
ence for the fall meeting in
Jake Belin, representing St.
Joe Paper Company, gifted
each person in attendance
with a hanging planter.

First United

Methodist Church
Monument and Constition
Port St. Joe, Fla.
CHURCH SCHOOL ..................... 9:45 A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE........ 11 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday)...... 7:30 P.M.

Ernest Thursbay

Is now a member of the Sales Staff of

Tommy Thomas Chevrolet
705 W. 15th St. Panama City
Phones 785-5221 Panama City
648-7900 Mexico Beach
Call Ernest for all your new
or used car needs

i ''r' '

Q .... ..7......

T, ." .. .
re isteryournaeadresn n

| ANew V o/

S1080 Clear Channel Radio mutual o
S broadcasting m

IfR i A e n i t 2 5 h

K T RiTurkeys Fe

30 Reid A u to be given away .

i y A tTo be eligible to win a free turkey, all you have g
S( o do is go into one of the following merchants and g
^^ register your name, address, and phone number, g
SDrawing will beheld November 24, and all of the following merchants will o
p^ have a winner. No purchase necessary, o

Danley Furniture Roche's Furniture
401 Reid Avenue 209 Reid Avenue
Sewing Center IGA Supermarket

225 Reid Avenue 205 Third Street

K&D TV & Repair Badcock Furniture
309 Reid Avenue 414 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
affilited wth uulBoacsigs^seIc

Macrame Class Offered

Here by Gulf Coast


Port'St. Joe's Sharks racked
up 33 points in the first half
Friday night in their 39-0 rout
of the Wakulla War Eagles
before a shivering hand-ful of
Wakulla fans and a sizeable
constituency from Port St.
Ronald Daniels cranked off
the Shark machine on the
kick-off, carrying the Wakulla
kick-off all the way across the
field, skirting the edge of the
end zone on his way, then
streaking down the side of the
field all the way to the goal
line in a 99 yard sprint to
The War Eagles appeared
as if they were going to make
a game of it,- when they
marched down field to the
Port St. Joe 30 before they
L mbled and Chester Fennell
covered the loose ball for the
Sharks. The War Eagles made
only one other serious attempt
t scoring in the game, when
ey moved to the Shark six
aided by 20 yards in penalties
against the Sharks. The War
Eagles threat was stopped

Wakulla PSJ
First Downs 12 10
Yards Rushing 125 182
Yards Passing 27 57
Passes 2-8 2-3
Intercepted by 0 3
Return Yardage 86 120
Punts 4-17 0

Fumbles Lost
Yards Penalized

2 1
25 50

with only six seconds left in
the game.
After recovering the War
Eagle fumble, the Sharks
spent the remainder of the
first period marching to the
Wakulla nine yard line in 14
On the second play in the
second period, Robert Farmer
scooted over from six yards
out to put the second TD on the
scoreboard. Sandy Sanborn's
second kick of the night was
'good, and the Sharks led 14-0.

Then the Sharks set to work
in earnest.
The Sharks took over on the
Wakulla 42 after a punt and on
the first play, Sanborn hit
Preston Gant on a 42 yard pass
play for another touchdown.
The kick 'was no good, and the
Sharks led, 20-0. Ronald Dan-
iels then got into the act again
and snared a War Eagle pass
on the Shark goal line and ran
back to the Wakulla 48 in a 52
yard scamper. Seven plays
later the Sharks lost the ball

on the 20 on a fumbled
pitch-out. The Eagles couldn't
move and were forced to punt.
Calvin Watson blocked the
punt and scooped up the ball to
score from three yards out.
Sanborn's kick was good and
the Sharks led, 27-0 with 1:46
left on the clock.
With the first half rapidly
winding down, the War Eagles
were desperately trying to put
some points on ths board when
James Ward snared a Robert
Newman pass on the Shark 30

yard line and ran 70 yards to
score. The kick was wide and
the Sharks went into the
dressing room with a "com-
fortable" 33-0 lead.
The third period was a
see-saw affair with Greg Ab-
rams cutting off a Wakulla
scoring threat by intercepting
a Newman pass in the end
As the last period opened,
Wakull. punted to the Sharks
on the Wakulla 44 and the
Sharks last scoring drive of

Tim Hatcher hits Robert Newman high while James rear. Carl Beard (on the ground) takes a blocker out of
Ward goes for his feet. Calvin Watson (84) closes in from the action.


Star Photo

the evening got underway. In
a drive sparked by an 18 yard
Ronald Daniels run, Farmer
capped the drive off by scori

ing up the middle on an 11
yard gallop. The extra point
kick was blocked and the
Sharks ended up with a 39-0
victory-their seventh of the
season aftel eight outings.
Defensive stand-outs in the
game were Chester Fennell
with 14 tackles and six assists,
Ronald Daniels with four tack-
les and two assists, Ray

Lawrence and Marcus Man-
ning with four tackles and one
assist each and Calvin Watson
with four tackles.
The Sharks will be idle this
Friday night but will get right
back into the thick of things
next Friday night, when they
host the Blountstown Tigers
here on Shark Field.

Preston Gant hits Robert Newman high to Lawrence (77) close in to give help. There's
stop the Wakulla running ace in Friday nothing Paul Jackson (32) could do to help his
night's action. Greg Abrams (22) and Ray teammate. Star Photo

In the English language, there are about 1.000 synonyms for intoxicated.


Picked "All Big Bend"

Two Sharks were recog-
nized this past week by the
Tallahassee Democrat in
their Players of the Week
Chester Fennell was dub-
bed Lineman of the Week for
his efforts against Wakulla
County where Fennell was

responsible for 14 tackles
and six assists.

Robert Farmer was run-
ner-up for Back of the Week
with his 142 yards gained.
Farmer's running Friday
night brought his total yards
gained for the year to 995.


I News J
Ilm lm lmm m, rl

Winter Mixed League
The Winter Mixed League
teams met in action at the St.
Jbe Bowling Lanes on October
28. No Names won three
games from Team No. 6, on
lanes one and two. David
Howell had a 165 high game
and 442 high series for No
Names. James Hicks bowled a
160 high game and 438 series
for Team No. 6.
On lanes three and four,
Rotagilla won three games
from Varnes Seafood. Jo Fer-
rell had a 183 high game and
477 high series for Rotagilla.
Tpby Gay had a 152 high game
and Danny Talbert had a 366.
high series for Varnes.
On lanes five and six, Carr's
won three games from Sylva-

chem, with David Roche lead-
ing Carr's with a 187 high
game and-480 high series. Bill
Whitfield had a 190 high game
and 450 high series for Sylva-
K & W, Inc. won four games
from Fiesta Food Store on
lanes seven and eight. Steve
Wombles had a 172 high game
and 487 high series for K & W.
Lou McDonnell had a 130 high
game and Rosalie West had a
351 high series for Fiesta.
Standings: W L
Carr's 21 7
Rotagilla 19 9
Sylvachem 17 11
No Names 16 12
Team No. 6 15 13
K &W, Inc. 10'2 17'2
Varnes Seafood 9 19
Fiesta Food Store 412 2312

With the season three quarters .-
over, it's time to start thinking about '
the possible Bowl line-ups. Since the 1,* ,
I PAC-,8 and Big Ten opened up their
post-season policies it leaves many L -
possibilities. Cal's upset of USC and
with the Ohio State, Michigan game
still to be played, it can really leave J -
you guessing.
However, we believe the Big Five
Bowls, will look like this. ]
ROSE BOWL--Ohio State vs. USC
ORANGE BOWL-Oklahoma vs. Florida 1-
SUGAR BOWL-Nebraska vs. Michigan
COTTON BOWL-Texas vs. Alabama
GATOR BOWL-Texas A&M vs. Penn State
For this week's game we believe they'll be:
Alabama 28 vs. LSU 7
Auburn 14 vs. Miss. State 10
Florida 28 vs. Georgia 24
Tennessee 28 vs. Utah 3
Kentucky 27 vs. Vandy 7
Georgia Tech 19 vs. Notre Dame 17
Tulane 21 vs. Air Force 7
Florida State 20 vs. Memphis State 20
Penn State 16 vs. North Carolina State 14
Navy 13 vs. Miami 3

I The Athletic House

Ronald Daniels returns intercepted War down. Scoreboard tells the story.
Eagle pass for 52 yards as first half winds

Star Photo

Pete Hortense Rocky

The veteran in meeting your needs in trying times.
Many have put their trust in us with confidence over
the years. You can too.

Comforter Funeral Home


The best tire buys for every driving condition!

Deluxe PL
S_ $3.50 to$5.45 LESS than reg. Fall'74 prices
Price reductions
A truly fine tire buy! include whitewalls.
The wide, deep 7-rib tread inlde hite s .
gives you excellent BLA(KWA LL$
r trntinn handling, Ra. Bargain F.E.T.

and long mileage.
As low as


A78-13 Blackwall.
Plus s1.76 F.E.T. and old tire.

Size Fall74 LESS price lechI
878-13 <24.2Q s'4.25 -19.95 : 1 84
C78-14 i5.O0 4.05 20.95 204
D78-14 2" .1t 3.85 21.95 2 10
E78-14 20.f0 3.66 22.95 227
F78-14 28"5 3.50 24.95 2.40
G78-14 29O 3.75 25.95 2.56
H78-14 3.0 4.05 27.95 2.77
G78-15 f.4 3.50 26.95 260
H78-15 2.71 3.80 28.95 2.83
L78-15 550 4.55 30.95 311
All prices plus tax and old tire.
WNtewNl add 3.

Deluxe ChampionV DOUBLE-BELTED
E $7.60 to $13.50 OFF our June'75 prices
This 1976 new-car tire Price reductions
provides long tire mileage and include whitewalls.
real resistance against road
hazards. Two fiberglass belts BLACKWALLS
hold tread firm on pavement June Amount Bargain
and polyester cord body s 33rice 2 pri5e .E.T
gives a smooth ride. A78-l 4 .30 24.95 1 7702
C78-14 5. 7.60 27.95 2 10
As low as E78-14 7. .05 28.95 2 32
F78-14 4p5 8.60 31.95 247
G78-14 4 .50 9.55 32.95 262
H78-14 75 9.80 35.95 284
F78-15 1. 8.95 32.95 255
G78.15 3. 9.55 33.95 269
$ 45 H78-15 46.6 9.90 36.95 2.92
J78.15 405 10.60 37-.95 309
A78-13 Blackwall. L78-15 5075 10.0 39.96 321
SPlus s1.77 F.E.T. and old tire. All prices plus tax and old tire.
WhtewallM Mid 3.


Enjoy the benefits of
radials at amazingly low
prices! Long mileage, easy
handling, road-hugging
traction, smooth ride-all .
are yours with the double
fiberglass belted radial
with a polyester cord body.
As low as


BR78-13 Whitewall.
Plus 52.07 F.E.T. and old tire.

$6.25 to$9.15 OFF
our June'75 prices
June Amount Birgain
Sie price Off price F.E.T.
BR78-13 9.2, *'.25 '32.95 '2.07
ER7814 6. 6.75 39.95 2.51
FR7814 40 6.75 41.9 268
GR78-14 53i25 7.30 45.95 2.88
HR78.14 5636 7.40 49.95 304
GR78-15 o 7.65 48.95 2.95
HR78-.5 2. 0 7.75 50.95 317
JR78-15 2.3 8.40 53.95 330
LR78-15 5.1 9.15 55.95 348
All prices plus tax and old tire.

Priced as shown at Firestone Stores. Competitively priced wherever Firestone tires are sold.
( Tires for COMPACTS and IMPORTS
SIA95 Size6.00-13 I $ 95 Blackwa&1
s1 S 95 Beili..,, 395 'es 60-12.
** Blackwel 560-13.6.15/155-13.
Plus 51 44 too 60 FET Plus 51 38 i 1 75 F ET and old t ,,.

19cs,.o5 -s25 ize 6-OlV 927595 S:'. 5.014.560-15.
SPlus1697to 779F ET PlusSl 74 to 1 6987 F E T and old tire,
and old ire
S 95 s.e 86015s ~95 Blackwaii
Pls 1690$7SFET Pit's'i174tosl187 FECT and old it,
andold tie

Pate's Shell

Phone 229-1291

SSharks Pluck War Eagles, 39-0



223-25 Monum'ent

601 Long Avenue


THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 1975

THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.

GCCC Dist. Board Reports for Duty



Ph. 2274371 317 Williama
Convenient Drive-In Window
Plenty of Free Parking

Legal Ads

Sealed bids in duplicate will be re-
ceived until 7:30 P.M., E.S.T. November
25, 1975 by the Gulf County Board of
County Commissioners, at which time
and place all bids will be publicly opened
and read aloud for the construction of
the following project:
Plans, specifications, and contract
documents may be inspected at the
Clerk of Circuit Court, Gulf County Court
House arid at the office of the Architect,
Stale Road 22, Wewahitchka, Florida
and may be procurred by General Con-
tractors upon a deposit of $25.00 per set
for plans and specifications, of which the
full amount will be refunded to each
General Contractor who submits a bid
and all other deposits for other than one
complete set of plans and specifications
will be returned less deduction to cover
cost of reproduction. All documents
must be returned in good condition
within ten (10) days after date of opening
of bids.
Cashier's check, Certified Check, or
bid bond, for not less than five per cent of
the bid, must accompany each proposal.
.Performance, Labor and Material
Bond, and Workman's Compensation
Insurance will be required of the suc-
cessful bidder.
Right is reserved to reject any or all
proposals and waive technicalities.
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a
period of (30) days after date set for
Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County
Port St. Joe, Florida
Charles A. Gaskin, AIA
P. 0. Box 7,
Wewahitchka, Florida 3t 11.6
In the Matter of the Adoption of
Last known place of residence
Charlotte, North Carolina
You are notified that a Petition for the
Adoption of the above named minor has
been filed in the above styled court and
you are commanded to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, on William
J. Rish, Petitioner's attorney, whose
address is 303 Fourth Street, P.O. Box
87, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, on or
before December 5, 1975, and file the
original, with, the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Petitioner's
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default may be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the Seal of
the Court at Port St. Joe, Florida, this
5th day of November, 1975.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Margaret Core 4t 11.6
IN RE: The Matter of the Adoption of
Address Unknown
a Petition for Adoption has -been filed
and you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or other response to the
Petition for Adoption on Petitioner's
P.O 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before
the 11th day of December, 1975. If you
fail to do so, 'a Final Judgment for the
relief sought may be granted by Default.
DATED this the 5th day of November,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Susan E. Bigelow,
SDeputyClerk 4t 11-6
In Re: The Estate of
SAM McCATHAN, deceased.
All creditors of SAM McCATHAN, who
diedon Octobe, 21, 1975, while a resident
of Gulf County, Florida, are notified that
they are required to file any claims or
demands that they may have against his


Ladies' Winter League
The Ladies Winter League
met Thursday night, October
30. Bowling on lanes one and
two, Renfro Auto Parts took
four from Team No. 7. Bowl-
ing for Renfro, Sheila Taylor
had a high game of 131. Cathy
Blackburn had a high series of
336. Terri Brackin bowled a
103 game and 218 series for




The First Annual Doubles
Snooker Tournament got
underway Monday night at the
St. Joe Bar. First round action
started with six matches, the
winning teams were Joe Britt
and Ronnie Bishop, Wilbur
Butts and Danny Roberts,
Tom McDermott and Don
Kinard, Mike Hammock and
Bill Besore, Leon Pollock and
Bob EUzey, Tom Walker and
Bob Mooers.
Bill Besore is out front on
longest run contest with 22
points. The remainder of the
week sees action every night,
starting at seven p.m. with the
final four games for the
championship to be held Sat-
urday at 7:00 p.m.

Estate in the Circuit Court for Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse at
Port St. Joe, Florida, within four
calendar months from the date of the
first publication of this Notice. Each
claim or demand must be in writing and
filed in duplicate and muststate the
residence and post office address of the
claimant and be. sworn to by the
claimant, his agent or his attorney, or it
will-become void according to law.
Dated this 5th day of November, 1975.
-s- William J. Rish
Executor of the Estate of
Sam McCathan, deceased.
First publication on November 6, 1975.
4t 11-6

By Joe St. Clair
There is a story- from
Arabia that is worth re-
A young man came to a
wise old sheik, and asked,
"What kind of people live
in El Kamen? I would like
to move my family from
our village."
"What kind of people
live in your village now?"
asked the sheik.
"Unpleasant, selfish
and unfriendly," stated
the young man.
"You will find them to
be the same in El Kamen
-they're unpleasant, sel-
fish and unfriendly," ad-
vised the wise old sheik.
"In a few days another
young man approached
the old sheik with the
same question about El
"What kind of people
live in your village?" he
again inquired.
"Wonderful, thoughtful
and considerate," the
young man said,
"The people in El
Kamen are the same-
w(onderful, thoughtful and
considerate," the old man
smilingly replied.
This is just a story-but
isn't it true that by our
attitudes we make life
just about what it is.

St. Clair

Funeral Home

507 10th St. 227-2671

Auto Parts
For All Make Cars

Monroe Shocks

S Rebuilt Parts

< Walker Exhausts
Blackhawk Tools


401 Wit iams Ave. 229-6013

Team No. 7.
Bowling on lanes three and
four, Highland View Motors
took four from Ralph and
Henry's. Sue Parrish rolled a
137 game and 380 series for
Highland View Motors. Bowl-
ing for Ralph and Henry's,
Anna Smith had a 149 game
and 412 series.
Team No. 8 took four from
Team No. 2 on lanes five and
six. Bowling for team 8, Mary
Brown had a high game of 189,
.also a high 449 series. Glorida
McMullen had a 110 high game
and 305 high series for Team
No. 2.
Lanes seven and eight had
Bowen's Cowgirls taking four
from the Surfers. Dawn Evans
led the surfers with a 78 high
game and 217 series. Bowling
for Bowen's, Lou McDonnell
had a 127 high game and 370
Standings: W L
Renfro Auto 25 7
H'View Motors 24 8
Ralph & Henry's 22 10
Bowen's Cowgirls .18 14
Cowgirls No. 2 10 22
Team No. 8 8 0
Team No. 7 4 12
Surfers 1 31

3 BR furnished trailer for
rent at Overstreet. Call 648-
4259 oi 648-7586. tfc 11-6

CARPET cleaning with
HOST couldn't be easier. Just
brush and vacuum for clean,
dry carpets. Rent our HOST
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
229-1251. tfc 10-23

BEACH, 648-3600. tfc 5-8

Public address system.
Owned by the Port St. Joe
Kiwanis Club. A new system
operable on either battery or-
current. Call Ken Herring,
227-5281 for rental. tfc

NO need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right-away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
229-1251. tfc 10-23

One bedroom furnished
house at St. Joe Beach. In-
quire at Smith's Pharmacy.
tfc 8-7

Furnished two and three BR
houses, at Beacon Hill, by
week. Bill Carr or call 229-
6474. tfc 3-13

Furnished cottages at St.
Joe Beach, reasonable month-
ly rates. Hannon Insurance
Agency, 227-3491 or 229-5641.
tfc 5-8

Furnished 2 BR house, auto
heat, washer & dryer, phone
229-6777 after 5p.m. tfc 10-23

2 BR furnished apartment,
509 10th Street, 229-6688.
tfc 10-2

Furnished apt. for rent, uti-
lities furnished. 229-6132 days,
229-6149 evenings. tfc 8-14

Completely furnished apt.
or trailer with utilities, low
weekly rates for ,minimum
occupancy. Edgewater Camp
Grounds, Mexico Beach, 648-
3035. tfc 9-18

Furnished apt, Mexico
Beach, $150.00 a month. Pay
all utilities, mowing, garbage.
Call 648-7128. 2tp 11-6


Wanted to Buy: One infant
dressing table. Phone 229-6323
after 5:00 p.m.

Wanted to Rent: Dec. 1, nice
3 BR house, unfurnished, in
town. Call collect (904) 878-
4264, Mariann Henderson or
Scott Snyder. 4t11-6
Drive Carefully
and Watch for School Children

Meeting Postponed
The Gulf County Commun-
ity College District Board of
Trustees meeting scheduled
for November 6th has been
The meeting has been re-
scheduled for November 13 at
10:00 a.m. (EST) in the Gulf
County Commissioners Meet-
ing Room in Port St. Joe.

Navy Electronics Techni-
cian Third Class Harold
Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
W. Davis of Route 1, Wewa-
hitchka, has reported for duty
at the U. S. Naval Communi-
cation Station, Exmouth, Aus-
A 1974 graduate of Wewa-
hitchka High School, he joined
the Navy in June 1974.

Elementary Flag Play

In Final Game Saturday

The Elementary Flag Foot- player award, and a best hus-
ball League will play its final tler award.
games on Saturday, Novem-
ber 8. Immediately following G A RA
the last game, hamburgers" A R A
and cold drinks will be served
to all coaches and players. Everyth i
The meal will be free and is
sponsored by parents of play-
ers who have participated in Household Items
league play. Some Xma

At the dinner the Gulf Thurs., & Fri., N
County Recreation Depart- 9 a.m.
ment will present awards to
players and coaches of the D
winning team, a sportsman-
ship award, a most.valuable -___, _

Chest type freezer, $50, after
six p.m. 648-5317.

Reduce safe and fast with
GoBese Tablets & E-Vap
"water pills". Campbell's
Drug. 6tp 11-6

New Improved "Zippies",
the great iron pill now with
Vitamin C, Campbell's Drug.

1968 Starcraft Camper,
sleeps 8. See at 1304 Palm
Blvd. or call 229-5502 after five
p.m. 3tc 10-30

Phone 229-6253 for
tfc 7-3

Beautiful IrishSettr female
puppy, three months old. Have
been wormed, no shots, $30.
Very playful and friendly. Call
227-3161, 9:30 to 6:00 p.m.,
after 6, call 229-6343.

One two-horse tandem
wheel horse trailer, $400. Call
648-6796. tfc 10-2
DRY cleaning carpets is
easier, faster, and safer with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Joe Furniture, 229-1251.
tfc 10-23

Transferring, must sell new
18' 1/2" shrimp net, complete
with new doors, chain and new
nylon ropes. Cost $225.00, will
sell for $200.00. Call 229-2121
between 8:30 a.m. and 9:30
a.m. or all .day on Fridays.
tfc 10-2

1972 23' Travel trailer, good
cond., self-contained. Call Ted
Cannon at 227-2551 or after
five at 227-5236. tfc 9-25

3 year-old Shetland Welch
pony, saddle, bridle, harness,
all for $100. Can see at 324
First St., Highland View or
call 229-6052. tfc 9-11

Just arrived -to help with all
your wallpapering needs.
Prepasted, Texturall, vinyl
coated, and plastic bonded. If
you need to purchase or have
wallpaper hung, see our sam-
ples. Call Alford Ramsey at

1973 Yamaha motorcycle
360 MX, $900. 227-7772. tfc 10-16

Quail and pheasant, live or
dressed. 1316 McClellan Ave.
227-3786. tfc 7-24

650 CC Custom chopper,
Thunderbird metallic blue,
lots of chrome. Must sacrifice.
Call 229-6918 after 5:30 p.m.
tfc 8-14

10 speed bikes in stock,
men's, women's. Racing style.
Touring style. Credit terms
available. Western Auto, Port
St. Joe.
Sewing machines repaired
regardless of make or age.
Over 25 years experience.
Parts, supplies for all makes.
Free estimate, guaranteed
satisfaction. 229-6782. tfc 1-30

Singer Zig Zag sewing
machine, take up 12 pmts.
$8.50 monthly. Makes button-
holes, monograms, hems,
sews on buttons, guarantee.
229-6782. tfc 1-30

THE LATEST .and most
modern item for your home-
photographic wall murals in
the most beautiful colors and
designs. See our samples and
displays. Call Alford Ramsey,

1975 Singer Futura in Beauti-
ful cabinet. Must Sell! Cost
$650. Balance due $286 or $12
mo. Phone 769-6653. Free
Home Trial, no obligation.
tfc 7-24

3 BR house, on two lots,
aluminum siding, chain link
fence, 229-5533. 2tp 11-6

Nice house on corner lot,
with chain link fence. 711 Long
Ave. 229-6153. tfc 10-23

Two lots, with pines, 4
blocks from St. Joe Beach,
$5,000. John T. Tatum, Sr. 1844
Marina Circle, North Ft.
Myers, Fla. 33903. 5tp 10-23

3 BR masonry dwelling with
den, furniture included,

Four BR house, with den,. on
1.2 acres, fruit trees, garden
space, good cond., near river
at Dalkeith. Excellent buy at

Large 4 BR house, on 1%
acres of land, 2 baths, fire-
place, fully insulated, .near
Dalkeith, $26,250.

We can assist you in financ-
ing all of the above houses.
Reg. Real Estate Broker
221 Reid 227-3491

Two bedroom house on two
lots, with pump, 1306 Garrison
Ave. Call 229-6160 for appoint-
ment. tfc 10-30

Block house on Dead Lakes,
3 BR, 2 baths, LR, DR, kitchen
and den, central heat and air.
Approx. 2 acres, 265' lake
frontage. Green house and 2
utility buildings, call 639-5469.
3 BR Redwood home at 123
Bellamy Circle. Phone 674-
4105. tfc 4-10

Two-story home, 1902 Monu-
ment Ave., 3 BR, 3 bath.
Phone 227-7221 or 229-6474.
tfc 8-21

38 ACRES -R$9,750!
$95 down, $95 monthly, 6 per-'
cent financing. Level, farming
area. Surrounded by beautiful
Rocky Mountains.

Three BR house, 1310 Gar-
rison Ave. Call 229-6729 for
appt. tfc 5-1

2 BR house on large lot
facing highway in White City
Ideal business site, only
$8,000. Phone 1-205-794-3830,
Dothan after 5p.m. 4tc 10-16

For Sale: Mobile home 12' x
65', 3 BR 2 full bath on 75' x
112' lot in Mexico Beach,
$16,000. Also 2 lots cleared,
fenced with well and pump,
and 4 stall horse stable in
Beacon Hill, $7,000.00. Call
648-6796. tfc 10-9

that can build anywhere in
North Florida, in the $17,500 to
$35,000 range?
On your lot or help you find
one. Handles the detailed
paper work for VA, FHA, Far-
mer's Home or conventional
financing. Repayments to
match your budget. Start liv-
ing Southern style, call
Southern Home Builders
796-6711, Dothan, Ala.
tfc 11-14

Need to Sell Something
Try the Classified Section

Dress making, custori
shirts, baby items crocheted
to order. Reasonable. 229-4612
after six on weekdays, all day
weekends. tfc 8-14

Family of problem drinkers
can find help in Alanon and
Alateen. Call Alanon 229-6948
or 229-3392. 13t 10-30

All Types
229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 9-20

For TV repairs and Zenith
sales, see K&D TV and Sound
at 301 Reid Ave. 227-2071.
tfc 6-2

Port St. Joe-Gulf Co. CofC
Call 227-2501 or go by the
Chamber office, Municipal
Building, 5th St., Monday thru
Friday, 9-12 EDT. tfc 5-1
Visit or call the Alcohol
Counseling Information
Center of the Panhandle Al-
coholism Council, Inc. 321
Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe.
Phone 229-3515. tfc 1-30

A New Service At

For Information, Come by
or Call tfc 6-2
107 Second Street
Phone 227-4401

PAINT Dealer in
Port St. Joe


306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida

See Slides

Tradition has it that the ancient Egyptians would promi-
nently display a skeleton at feasts to point up human
mortality! '

Make $1,000 a mon
your home, part tim
229-5901 for interview.

-7: -G
1973 V-8 jeep, automatic
hubs, roll-bar, canvas top.
Low mileage, excellent condi-
tion. Contact Bubba Cathey,
648-4066. tfc 11-6

1973 Ford Pinto Hatch-back,
4 in floor, radio, heater, floor
mount tape player and speak-
ers, chrome luggage carrier,
good, tires, 21,000 .miles.
$1,995.00: Call David May 227-
3881 or 227-2281. tfc 9-11

1970 Yellow Opal GT, new
paint job, in good cond., 229-
5511. tfc 10-16

SAW FILING-Hand saws,
skill saws and table saws. Call
229-6185 or bring saws to White
City, house on left behind the
Gulf Station. Bert Hall. tfc 7-31
Electrical & Air Condition
Residential Commercial
Joe Rycroft
648-6200 Mexico Beach
tfc 7-3

Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on duty all day

Dog need grooming, call for
appt. 229-6052. tfc 9-11

Phone 648-5116
15th St. No. of Hwy. 98
Complete Beauty Service
tfc 6-2

Need help with your
If So Call
tfc 3-6

tur a ,UmpeIIeI
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.

th from Every Thursday & Saturday
ie. Call 7:30 p.m.
American Legion Hall

5tp 10-9 Sponsored by American
Legion Post 116
tfc 10-9

R.A.M.-Regular convaca--
tion on St. Joseph Chapter No.
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
days, 8 p.m. All visiting
companions welcome.
J. L. SIMS, H.P.
E. William McFarland, Sec.

There will be a VFW meet-
ing the third Tuesday of each
month in the American Legion
Hall. tfc 619

There will be a regular
communication of Port St-Joe
Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M.,
every first and third ThurAi-,
day at 8:00 p.m. "
J. L. Sims,
Herbert L. Burge, Sec.

Refinishing furniture. Iea-
sonable, excellent work.
Phone 227-8482. 4t 10-30

Professional help with emo-
tional problems and-or con-
cerns. Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Port St. Joe. 227-2691 or
227-7586. tfc 11-14

Tues. at 8 p.m., Sun. at 4 p.m.
St. Joseph's Catholic Church
Social Hall
tfc 4-24
Septic Tanks Pumped Out
Carefoot Septic Tank
229-8227, 229-2351,
and 229-6694


Heating, Cooling &
Electric Service

Commercial or Resident
Installation & Service f-r


Port St. Joe
Owned & Operated by
Edward & Tommy Smith
tfc 8-14


"Ithink it was something I ate."

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


1~V CCZL rCLlri3


appearing In Port St. Joe Saturday, November 15

jflf J1lnt, A U'r ur.Zfl* Ahtk3.fA li

FSU "Flying High Circus Has Nationwide Reputation
d uringngwhich.theCircusper- has.receive..hour...s.0. .at.o;-i.nc-e...i-.-.. .. ...

The Florida State Univer-
sity Flying High Circus has
delighted audiences the world
over with breathtaking, high-
ly-skilled performances that
rival professional circuses.
The student performers have
earned a national reputation
as. a high-caliber student

troupe, contributing to the
recognition and appreciation
of the circus as an entertain-
ment form.
The Circus has come a long
way since 1947; when origina-
tor Jack Haskins staged the
first performance in an old
Army gymnasium on the cam-

pus. During the 1950's the
annual May campus home-
shows were held in the Uni-
versity's Campbell Stadium.
In 1960, the Circus purchased
its first big top-a red striped,
three ring tent with a seating
capacity of over 3,000. Since
then, the big top has remained

a part of the Circus tradition
and can be seen each spring on
the west end of the campus
during the homeshows.
One of the most important
events in the history of Flying
High was a European tour,
taken in the spring of 1964,

during which the Circus per-
formed in the major cities of
Europe. Since then, it has
logged thousands of miles of
travel, including visits to Mon-
treal, Canada and the West
Indies for a performance at
the national fair in the Domi-
nican Republic. From Sep-
tember to April, the Circus
also performs during week-
ends in cities and towns in the

has received hours of nation-
wide television coverage with
appearances on such pro-
grams as the CBS "Sports
Spectacular," the CBS "On
the Road" series with corres-
pondent Charles Kuralt and
the ABC "Wide World of
Sports" program.
Flying High's present direc-
tor, Richard Brinson, is a
former performer, having

includes juggling, slacK wire,
teeterboard, perch pole, bicy-
cyling, flying trapeze, aerial
ballet, skypole, clown acts and
many others.
Unlike professional circus-
es, the students act as their
own riggers. Everyone helps
in putting up the big top,
changing the equipment for
each act, spreading sawdust,
stringing lights and other
maintenance chores. Brinson
believes that the best way to
insure the safety of the rigging
is to teach each student how to
rig his or her own act. This
procedure, combined with
other precautions, has given
the Circus a reputation for
What does it take to become
a member of Flying High?
Hard work and determination.
Students receive no academic
scholarships or tuition wai-
vers. The Circus is primarily
an extra-curricular activity
with students participating on
their own time after classes.
Brinson believes any student
can become a skilled per-
former, regardless of physical

attrioutes or any necessary
athletic ability. Students must
maintain a "C" average to
remain the Circus and a "C-
plus" to go on roadshows.
The Florida Legislature
summed up the feelings of
many Flying High fans when
it passed a joint resolution in
1973 commending the Circus
for its achievements "in cap-
tivating audiences the world
over." The resolution was
presented as "a tangible token
of the respect and admiration
of the Legislature of the State
of Florida."
The Flying High Circus will
be performing here in Port St.
Joe on November 15 at the
football stadium. The circus is
being sponsored jointly by the
Port St. Joe Lions, Rotarians
and Kiwanians. Advance tic-
ket prices are $1.25 for stu-
dents and $2.00 for adults.
Tickets at the gate will be
$1.50 for students and $2.25 for.
adults. Performances will be
given at three p.m. and at 7:30
p.m. on November 15 at the
football stadium.

southeast. The "roadshows"
are always at the invitation of
a local sponsor, such as a civic
group. Following spring com-
mencement, Flying High
takes up residence in Calla-
way Gardens, a vacation re-
sort in Georgia, where stu-
dents perform daily and also
serve as recreation counse-
Over the years, the Circus

spent four years in the Circus
as a student. Other members
of the circus staff are also
Flying High veterans.
Flying High is the only col-
legiate circus in the United
States and is primarily an
aerial and stage presentation
with approximately 90 stu-
dents performing a two-
hour show. The list of acts

I -- -----

of the

G ulf County Commi


ft II -----. - ----

The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County met
on October 14, in regular
monthly session with the fol-
lowing members present: Otis
Davis, Jr., Chairman; Everett
Owens; S. C. Player; T. D.
(Doc) Whitfield; and Eldridge
Money. Others present were:
George Y. Core, Clerk; Jerry
Gates, Financial Officer;
Raymond Lawrence, Sheriff;
and C. E. Daniell. Mosquito
Control Supervisor and Lloyd
Whitfield, Road Superinten-
The meeting came to order
at 9:00 a.m. Commissioner
Money opened the meeting
with prayer, followed by the
pledge to the flag.
The minutes of the meeting
of September 24, 1975 were
read, approved and adopted.
The Chairman announced
that the first business to come
before the Board, is that of
electing a Chairman and Vice
Chairman for the new fiscal
year, beginning October 1,
1975 and ending September 30,
Whereupon, Commissioner
Player nominated Comm.
Money to serve as Chairman.
There being no other nomina-
tions, Comm. Money was un-
animously elected.
Commissioner Money was
duly seated as Chairman and
assumed charge of the meet-
J. V. Shiver requested a
road be constructed from an
existing county road in Dal-
keith to his home, being 314
feet long. He presented an
easemnent for the road. Upon
motion by Comm. Player and
second by Comm. Owens, the
Board unanimously voted to
make an on-site inspection of
this requested road and will
accept the easement, subject
to the approval to construct
the road. "
Richard M. King, District
Forester, presented his an-
nual report. The Board dis-
cussed his tree sales and re-
Squested that more publicity be
given on this project. Also dis-
cussed was the request by the
county for a surplus fire truck.
Mrs. Jean Arnold requested
the Board to accept a right of
way. easement from the
Wewahitchka State Bank to
the county that was received
by the county over a month
ago. She said the Board did not
accept the right of way be-
cause no one on the Board
*knew what the easement was
for; that she had planned to be
at the meeting when the right
of way was presented and ex-
plain that the new road would
run from SR 386 to the east
boundary line of property that

she is going to develop. She
explained that she would be
responsible for the streets
within her development. After
discussion the Board said that
she must bring the proposed
road up to grade before the
county could accept it for
Robert B. Nations, Jr. pre-

sented a 10 plot subdivision for
Southern Home Builders in the
City of Wewahitchka. After
assurance that the plat had
been accepted by the ,City of
Wewahitchka, Comm. Davis,
moved the plat be accepted
and recorded. Comm. Whit-
field seconded the motion and
it passed unanimously, said

plat being recorded in Plat
Boook page .
Mrs. Madeline Raffield told
the Board that she and others
living in her area cannot get to
their homes because water
from the last storm is standing
too deep on her road (Wetappo
Creek County Road). The
Board being cognizant of this
problem, told her that the pro-
blem will be corrected just as
soon as possible.
Charles H. Cox, Director of
Region 2-A, Division of Retar-
dation, discussed his program
with the Board and told of the
need for an adult activity
-center-for Gulf County. The
Board said it would like to see
such a facility in our county
and will support Mr. Cox in his
(Continued, on Page 9)

Register for FREE

Special for details.

ir P purchase Quality Room Size

RUGS ^00

SSlee G a LCommercial tweed n lon.1. 12
Several colors


I // WASHER has automatic cyces .. -- 5-

I ~A special purchase

Sleep Guard Luxury faryb n i leiy l
77 for this sale only

WASHER has automatic cycles ...
normal and durable press plus a
pro-wash soak cycle. Hot, warm and
cold wash water temperature selec-
Buy On tion ... large family capacity...
3-way lint and sediment removal
Our system...,gloaming whiteor-
lain enamel top ..;.safety lidSWitch
U- r-,,,^ I Ea' '-plus many other great features.
FUL I R$99 //KING EasyL $

$15900 $21 900 $27 00 Terms! delDE 3
L0a.. M-o0- | ^^f *o I -7 ^ -oe11111W,

Two Hour Show Being

Sponsored by Local Civic Clubs

j~_ ~VI_~LLM'~"NVIATmh~c~Clh~M~5~vr~u~,P~


205 Third St. Port St. Joe, Fla.

Quantity Rights Reserved,
Specials Good Nov. 5 6 7 8


(& 88 SALE) p


/%2: -

Lindy Peas


Sweet Potatoes 2 NO. 212 CANS

SGold Corn NO. 303 CANS

Cubed Steak LB 88 REMEROUNDS
Wieners 12 oz. PKG.


Sandwich Bread

324 O. $00

PKG. OF 50



4 OZ. CAN 5

Creme Cookies P pKGS. "

mc, ii ^J I Tomato Soup A
-25 FT.
I I r T Aluminum FoiJ ROLLS .
i 4. r

(& 88'


Fruit (

t Potatoes 3 OZ. PKGS.' 55

Peas 4 NO. 303 CANS S 50

o Sauce NO. 300 CANS5

Cocktail NO. 303 CANS

Juice QT. .TLS.
.-AR-DEE s_ 9 9
etti 2 1 OZ. cAN

Cookies 3 02. .


Aluminum Foil



Sandwich Bread

24 OZ. LOAVES 00

Dog Food PENNY
^6 NO. 1 CANS

6 NO. 1 CANS


Hamburger Buns



Styl-Hiair Spray
Suave Shampoo


3 OZ. CAN 5

(SAVE 31c)

16 OZ. BTL. S





E /a*ft


American Singles 12 oz. PKG.
Pimento Singles 2 oz. PKG. 5 5 '
Miracle 6-Stick -B. PKG. $
Biscuits 4 ACK s o 48z

KG. OF 50

O2. BTL.

G. OF 100




Ice Cream
Orange Juice
Pie Shells



Gold Corn wNO. 303 CANS
Sweet Potatoes 2 N.'2 CANS^
Applesauce 15 oz JARS
Peanut Butter 18 OZ. JAR
Apple Jelly 2 LB. JAR
Tea Bags PKG. OF 24
Tomato Soup NO.,ICANS
Soft-Weve Tissue 2 ROLL PKGS
TrAh RA Ra '0 CT. PKG.
Tr- Ran)I UU~


6 PACK OF 6 OZ. $08

2 PKGS. OF 25$^^^t

Pot Pies ,y 4 oz. 8 it W7

iVITH at AN1 5


Legal Ads

We the undersigned, being duly sworn,
do hereby declare under oath that the
names of all persons interested In the
business or profession carried on under
the name of HIGHLAND VIEW
SUPERETTE, at 511 Hwy. 98, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456 and the extent of the
Interest of each, Is as follows:
Richard C. Walker, 50 per cent;
Wanda M. Walker, 5p per cent.
-s- Richard C. Walker
-s. Wanda M. Walker 4t 10-16
The Board of County Commissionqrs
of Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or corpora-
flon Interested Inpurchasing the follow-
ing described personal property which
has been declared surplus:
1-Outboard Motor (l5hP) Evinrude
Property Inventory no. 70-8
This Item may be inspected at the
Mosquito Control Department, 1101 10th
St., Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
Bids will be received until 9:00 o'clock
a..m. EST November 1, 1975at the office
Sof the Clerk of Circuit Court, P. 0. Box
968, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject
a any and all bids.
Board of County Commissioners
Eldrldge Money, Chairman
2t 10.30

The Board of County Commissioners
o Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or corpora-
lion interested in selling the County the
following described personal property:
Type 1, Class 1; Conventional Cab-
Chassis with Modular ambulance body.
(AS described In General Service Ad.
ministration Bulletin KKK-A-1822 Of
January 2, 1974.
interested bidders may pick up bid
-" specifications at the office of the Clerk of
Circuit Court, P. O. Box 968, Port St. Joe,
One (1) complete set:
The Robert J. Brady "emergency
care" sound-slides, Including 1 thru 10.
One (1) Recording Resusci-Anne for
Instruction and practice of CPR.
; One (1) Laerdal Infusion Trainer Kit
w-all necessary equipment of injection
and infusion training.
One (1) Laerdal Adult Intubation
Model for instruction and practice of
endotracheal and esophageal airway
Ten (10) Personal Pagers for use on
UHF complete with batteries and char-
Delivery date must be specified.
Liquidated damages for failure to
dliverl unit on specified date will be set
at $5.00 per day.,.I
Bids will be received until 9:00 o'clock
A.M., E.D.T. November 11, 1975, at the
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court, P. 0.
Box 968, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
-. The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
Board of County Commissioners
-s. Eldridge Money 21 10-23

THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 1975

(Continued from Page 7)

County Minutes

efforts in this behalf.
H. Wilson Hawthorne, Delta
Associates, Inc., discussed the
need for an airport compre-
hensive plan for Gulf County.
The Board said that the county
airport committee should be
contacted for a recommenda-
tion. The Board indicated that
it did not want to pay for a
plan unless it could be utilized.
The Board discussed the
Buck Horn Landfill permit,
the Clerk having mailed each
member a copy of September
16, 1975. The Board instructed
C. E. Daniell, Director of
Landfill operations, to con-
tinue,upgrading this site and
work toward a permanent
operation. The Board com-
mended Mr. Daniell for his
work in this program.
The Board directed its attor-
ney to prepare the proper
resolution, to direct the De-
partment of Transportation to
include the following streets
and roads in the Off-System
Federal Aid Highway Pro-
gram, to-wit:
Kemp Cemetery Road,
Roberts Cemetery Road, Cy-
press Ave., 22nd to 24th St.
City of Port St. Joe.
The Division of Family Ser-
vices informed the Board that
the County owes the State
$15,915.75, for Medicade bill-
ings for the period of April 11,
1973 to June 3, 1975, and that if
not paid in 30 days, said
amount will be certified to the
Comptroller for collection as
per Chapter 409.267. After
consideration the Board voted
not to pay this bill and such

The Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County will receive sealed -bids
from any person, company, or corpora-
tion interested in purchasing the fol-
lowing described personal property
One (1) 1959 Chevrolet pickup truck,
No. 3A590115769. Minimum od 1400 00
This vehicle may be inspected at the
Gulf County Sheriff's Department
Bids will be received until 9 00 o'clock
a.m. EST November 11, 1975at Ine office
of the Clerk of Circuit Cour'. P 0 Box
968, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
Th Bo ard raeervuaes the righl Into re ecr

FICTITIOUS NAMES any and all bids.
I declare that the names of all persons Board of County Commissioners
Interested in the business or profession GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
carriedonunderthenameof SAMMIE'S -- Eldridge Money, Chairman
BEAUTY SALON, at 402 Third St., Port ,.-. 21 10 30
St. Joe, Florida 32456, and the extent of 'a. ...- a -
--le interestof-each;-isas follows- --- -. NOTICE T O~C.QNRACT.QRS...
Selma J. Wester, 100 per cent. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids in duplicate will De re
-s-Selma JWester 4t 10-16 ceived until 7:30 P.M. E.S.T November
_____ 25, 1975 by the Gulf County Board of
REGISTRATIONOF County Commissioners at wh.ch lime
FICTITIOUS NAMES and placeall bids will be publicly opened
We the undersigned, being duly sworn, and read aoud for the Re-Roofing and
do hereby declare under oath that the Repairs to:
Gulf County Courthouse, For? 5, Joe.
names of all persons interested in the Florida Col revouseoPrtToe,
business or profession carried on under Florida & Old Previous Cournoue.
the name of ST. JOSEPH FLORIST at Wewahitchka, Flrida.
105 Hunter Street, Port St. Joe, Florida. The Contractor shall furnsn all labor.
and the extent of the interest of each, is materials, and equipment; and snail oe
as follows: responsible for the entire completion o0
Jerry S. Padgett, 100 percent. this project.
Plans, specifications, ano contract
-s-Jerry S. Padgett 4t10-16 documents may be inspected at ne
office of the Architect; state Road 22,
Wewahitchka, Florida, and may be
NOTICE procurred by General Contractors upon
Notice is hereby given that the Board a deposit of $25.00 for each complere set
of County Commissioners of Gulf of plans and specifications, ot wn.chT 'he
County, Florida, at their regular meet- full amount will be returne-a to eacn
ingonNovember 11,1975, at Port St. Joe, General Contractor who suomis a o.a.
Florida, at the County Commissioners and returns documents in good condition
Meeting Room in the Gulf County within ten (10) days after bid oper..ng
Courthouse, will consider the advisa- Cashier's check, certified cneCK, or
ability of vacating the following roads: bid bond, for not less than five per cent of
From their east terminus to their west the amount of the bid, must accompany
terminus: each proposal.
Pierson Road Performance, Labor and Material
Lewis Road Bond, and Workman's Compensation
Draper Road Insurance will be required of the suc-
Seminole Road cessful bidder.
Lawrence Road Right is reserved to reflect any or all
all in Winona Gardens Subdivision, Gulf proposals and waive technicalities.
County, Florida, a subdivision of the No bidder may withdraw his bid for a
North half of Section 5, Township 6 period of (30) days after date set for
South, Range 9 West. opening.
Any person wishing to be heard Is George Core,
invited to attend said meeting. Clerk of Circuit Court
Dated this 14th day of October, 1975. Gulf County
Board of County Commissioners Port St. Joe, Florida
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA -s- Charles A. Gaskin, AIA
BY: s- Otis Davis, Jr., Chairman P. 0. Box 7
(SEAL) 41 10-16 Wewahitchka, Florida 3t 10-30


notice be given to the State,
but that all billings for Medi-
cade billings be paid begin-
ning with the month of Octo-
ber, 1975. The Clerk was
ordered not to pay the billing
for August, 1975, in the amount
of $797.79.
The Board discussed a letter
from the Department of Com-
munity Affairs with reference
to the appointment of Martin
B. Davis and Sam Peters,
stating that these two ap-
pointees were not eligible to
serve. After consideration, the
Board appointed the following
three citizens to serve on the
District Manpower Planning
Board, to-wit:
Otis Davis, Jr., representing
the Agency; Jerry Gates,
representing the Public; and
Annie Nixon, representing the
Client Sector.
The Board discussed a letter
from Honorable Harmon W.
Shields, Executive Director,
Department of Natural Re-
sources,.with reference to ac-
quisition of property on Cape
San Bias and stating that a
favorable staff recommenda-
tion will be considered by the
Governor and Cabinet. After
lengthy discussion, the Board
voted unanimously to write a
letter to Mr. Shields, with
copies to the Cabinet mem-
bers, wherein this Board op-
poses the purchase of the
lands under consideration by
the State. The Chairman said
the Commission has always
been of the position to oppose
any-further acquisition of land
in the Cape San Blas area of
Gulf County (see Resolution of
November 18, 1974) by the
. State of Florida; that the gen-
eral public is becoming more

rMI, "'

aware each day that the State
cannot utilize the property al-
ready owned by the State in
the area of this proposed pur-
chase. The Chairman said it is
the common talk everywhere,
not only in Gulf County, that
the real purpose behind this
proposed purchase is to bail
out the present owners .who
are stuck with the property.
The Port St. Joe Rotary
Club presented its resolution
recommending that the coun-
ty fund the Port St. Joe
ambulance squad $15,369.00
for the new fiscal year.
The Board voted to adver-
tise to receive bids for roof
and wall repairs on the court-
house and county building in
The Board entered into a
discussion with reference to
F.S. 553.10 relating to the
Florida Electrical Code that
went into effect October 1,
1975. After much considera-
tion, there was a motion by
Comm. Owens, seconded by
Comm. Whitfield, and unani-
mously carried, that Gulf
County adopt the State Elec-
trical Code and comply with
F.S., 553.21, the enforcement
clause; that E. F. Gunn,
County Building Inspector is
appointed to enforce this elec-
trical code; that the county
charge the following inspec-
tion fees under this code,
Residential and light com-
mercial, $12.00; all other com-
mercial, $12.00 plus $4.00 for
each trip.
The Board directed its At-
torney to prepare the neces-
sary legal papers for the
adoption of the code and in-
spection fees.
The Auditor General filed
his audit report (No..8526) on
the accounts and records of
the Sheriff's Office, dated
August 27, 1975. This report
was ordered filed.
The Road Superinten4ent
filed his report of secondary

road maintenance cost in the
amount of $2,220.75 for the
month of September and $3,-
693.53 for the month of August
and his nqonthly report of tire
and battery inventory for
August and September.

The Board received the fol-
lowing applications for em-
ployment: Stephen Ray
Brant, Richard Earl Wood,
Calvin Ray Julius, Desiree
Diane Gainous, Cynthia Ad-
dison, Mary Delores Brant,
Cynthia Ann Stephens, Herb-
bert Nelson Tipton, Stephen V.

Burke, Daniel Graham Brin-
son, and Carrie Ann Hanna.
The Farm Agent filed his
reports for the months of
August and September.

Legend has it that a horseshoe
nailed to a house ,door is a
protection against witches.

Cynthia Osborne, Tammy Lewis, Pam Grandberry, treats to Pam Williams of Hallowe'en candy and fruit Friday
Cheryl Weatherspoon, Sonjia Lewis, Beverly Shackleford, afternoon. Other patients in the hospital were also visited by
Anita Henderson, Karen Kent and Sissy Brooks present the girls. Star Photo

Student Organization

Treats Hospital Patients

A lot of youngsters were
unable to prowl the streets on
Halloween night as ghosts and
goblins because they were
Future Business Leaders of
America, Port St. Joe High
chapter, under the guidance of

Mrs. Christine White, spent
part of Halloween morning
giving treats to all the patients
at Municipal Hospital. The
patients received the goodies
with enthusiasm and appre-
ciation. Treats consisted of
. fruits, candies, etc.

FBLA members should be
complimented on their
On November 10, FBLA
members will hold an official
'installation service in the
Commons Area at six p.m.
Everyone is invited.

We'llII be

Tuesday, November 11

.-: to observe

| Veteran's Day

Florida First National Bank
: at Port St. Joe

ment by members of the United Transportation Union after
his last run last week. Present for the presentation were, I to
r, AN Superintendent R. H. Elizey; Ernest Bryant (partially
hidden); Traffic Superintendent Wayne Parrish; Daryl -
Bass, Willie B. McLeod; Nixon; Ronnie Young and Bruce
Weeks. Nixon said he was going to spend his retirement
"trying to wear out that rod and reel."
Star Photo

You Are Cordially Invited to Attend -


Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street:-

SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................
MORNING WORSHIP ..................
CHURCH TRAINING .................

9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
6:15 P.M.

EVENING WORSHIP ................. 7:30P.M. -
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:15 P.M. -
Jerome Cartier,
Rev. J. C. Odum, Pastor Minister of Music:


Surveying and Engineering

Office relocated

Robert B. Nations, Sr., P.L.S.,

announces the relocation of

the firm of

Florida Engineering

Associates, Inc.

P. 0. Drawer 1089
Wewahitchka, Florida
Phone 904-639-5611

Effective October 10, 1975

It looks like natural slate...

but it's Armstrong's

new Place 'n Press

floor tile... -

DEVONSLATE captures the rugged look of lux-
urious, natural slate with a realistic textured finish
and mortarlike grout lines. This distinctive slate
design virtually hides its own seams, giving you a
continuous wall-to-wall pattern.
Like all Armstrong Place 'n Press Excelon* Tile
floors, Devonslate is easy to install because it comes
with the adhesive already on the back. Just PEEL
off the protective paper, PLACE each tile in position,
PRESS into place. ._

only D for a

and PRESS. 10' X 12' ro

ow u an ..c y / wth pducts by.
I I.*, Ididitmyself" -mstronc


St. Joe Hardware Co.

Phone 227-8111

o :

203 Reid Avenue


St. Joe Auto Parts
Your NAPA Jobber for 18 Years




BRAKE SERVICE (Disc or Drum)
"Press Work"

Phone 227-2141

201 Long Ave.

38 Years of Railroading

Otis Nixon, of 150 Avenue G, holding fishing rod, retired
from the Apalachicola Northern Railroad last Friday ending
38 years service with the line. Nixon was a brakeman at the
time of his retirement. He was presented the fishing equip-


60 ct.

13 LAC4~YS China D


.1 ozp -


,Piggly Wiggly Prices Guaranteed November 5 thru 8,1975-*.

UP 1776-1976

FLORIDA quantity rignls none sold

.Chuck -.Blade-Cut
All:ST Center-Cut b. 89'
: Fresh Whole 2 to

n Paper S Rb
-KIHS "I"'t"o Grade It
K 6 LB. PKG. lb. 68'
S | Fresh Lean Sliced Skinless
GROUND b. 70 BEEF I b.
.. BEEF3Ibs. ormorel u LIVER I
Blue Ribbon Beef Shoulder Ribbon Beef
ROAST lb. O9 RUMP ROAST lb. 29
Fresh Lean Ib. Blue Ribbon Beef
Ground CHUCK c Sirloin STEAK lb.169 !

oil Blackeye PUNCH PRESTONE,,. $
limit 1 with$10 or more purchase
S DIXIE LILY 5Lb Welch's Orange or Grape
S1Lb. SUNSHAKE 40 oz.
S. Limit I with $10 Order
Y ADel Monte I, Piggly Wiggly


- I



~4~~PIIC-4P~C~g~p~ ~~~C~ ~lr~C~r~c~L ~4L~lL~Y11~4L4L ~Y. Ip.4r~r~~4~ ~~4r4r