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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1977
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTIETH YEAR, NUMBER 37


IKE STA
Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1977


15c Per Copy


Band Members Rock 24 Hours for $2,000
Port St. Joe High School band members collected over $2,000 in donations last
Friday and Saturday in a promotional stunt which consisted of rocking in rocking


chairs on the sidewalks of Reid Avenue for a 24 hour period. The entire band
started out in the marathon rock but only a few hardier members could last the
entire time of the fund-raising stunt. In the photo at left, a line of rockers chats with
passers-by as they keep on with their work. In the photo at right, taken Saturday


morning, one band member makes sure he doesn't miss his Saturday cartoons and
the others display some of the creature comforts which they used to stand up under
the ordeal, such as warm blankets, pillows, radios, books and newspapers.
-Star photos


Sr. Citizens ,Get Attention



New Organization Will Provide Meals, Socializing


A dollar or two will be spent
in caring for the acute needs of
the elderly in the county,
under a new program beiiqg
worked up by the Gulf County
Senior Citizens Corporation,
Inc., according to Mrs. Mary
Elliott and attorney Bob
Moore, spokesmen for the new
organization.
The two appeared before the
City Commission meeting
Tuesday and asked for and
received the City's financial
aid in the program which is
designed to offer a needed
service to the county's aged;
especially those who live
alone. Mrs. Elliott pointed out_
that the organization has an
excellent chance of receiving
a federal grant of $101,800 for
the program if they can raise
10 percent of the grant as local
matching money.
Mrs. Elliott told the City
Commission their organiza-
tion had received a pledge of
$2,000 from the City of Wewa-
hitchka. She was asking for a
pledge of $2,000 in funds from
the City of Port St. Joe (which
was approved Tuesday night)
and the same amount from
Gulf County. She said the
organization will approach the
County at their meeting next
Tuesday.
The spokesman pointed out
that of the 10 percent match-
ing money, at least half must
be in cash and the remainder
can be in services performed.
When asked how, many peo-
ple needed the type service to
be offered, Mrs. Elliott said a
survey made by the organiza-
tion showed 308 thus far who
need some sort of aid, "and we,
know there are more", she
said.
' Moore pointed out to the
Commission that the organi-
zation would provide at least
one hot and nutritious meal to
elderly people, age 60 and
above, each day. "We pri-


marily plan to transport them-
to a central site in Port St. Joe
and Wewahitcka each day for
the meal. If there are 'thost
who are shut-ins, the meal will
be taken to themm, lie said.


In addition to the daily meal
the organization plans to have
some sort of cultural or enter-
tainment activity each day at
the meal gathering, Moore
pointed. "Most of these older


people fail to prepare ade- Mrs. Elliott said the pro-
quate meals for 'themselves' gram could conceivably be
and suffer from malnutrition under way within 45 days,
and they suffer also from the "and we plan to get it started
lack of social gatherings", just as soon as possible", she
Moore said.. -', told. the Commission.
Mrs. Elliott said a federal
_representative was to be in
Port St. Joe Wednesday (yes-
terday) to work up a budget
for the program.
SITE BEING CLEARED
Mayor Frank Pate reported


High School Principal Ken Herring, left, presents the STAR Student Award to Miss Julane
McFarland, a junior in the school. -Star photo


Julane Is STAR Student


Julane McFarland, a junior
at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School, has been named the
school's 1977 STAR Student.
The STAR Student Award
sponsored by the Florida
Chamber of Commerce, is
given in appreciation of exem-
plary dedication to the pursuit


of knowledge and superior per-
formance in the schools of
Florida and in recognition of
those admirable qualities of
future business leadership
that will help to shape the
destiny of the state and nation.
Julane is a member of the
National Honor Society, Key-


ettes, Drum Majorette, Sec-
tion Leader, Who's Who
Among American High School
Students, and Distinguished
American High School Stu-
dents.
Julane is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. McFar-
land, 123 Westcott Circle.


20 Cases at Plea Day


Circuit Judge Larry G.
Smith and the Circuit Court of
Gulf County faced a docket of
20 cases when it convened
Monday to set trial dates and
make disposition of the sever-
al matters pending.
One case, a charge of pos-
session of marijuana, more
than 5 grams, against Eugene
A. Dykes, was dismissed and
Dykes released.
Of the remaining 19 cases,
tow charges of Grand Larceny
against Sammy Porter, Jr.,


and one charge each against
Calvin Johnson, Leonard Do-
nell Bailey and Roosevelt
Beard were discharged and
the defendants released.
Seven of the cases on the
docket had trial dates set for
May 16. These included two
counts against Stanley Win-
field for uttering a forged
instrument and grand lar-
ceny; Angela M. Fisher, ag-
gravated battery; Michael
Wayne Sanders, forged instru-
ment and forgery; Glenn Hol-
leman Semmes, grand lar-


ceny; Freddie L. Watkins,
burglary and Rocky Grins-
lade, aggravated assault.
Cases continued to a later
term included charges against
Joseph Carl Quinn, worthless
checks; James Hand, Jr.,
shooting into occupied dwel-
ling; Geneva Briggs, aggra-
vated battery; Donnell Peter-
son, aggravated battery and
Charles Pittman, burglary.
Cases passed over were
against Annie L. Murphy on a
worthless check charge; and


Bobbie W. Hitchcock on a
burglary charge. The two
were ordered to be in court
when they were called at a
later date.

Three of the accused were
absent and a capias was
issued in each case for the
defendant. These included
Charles Keith Brown, posses-
sion hallucinogenic drug;
Mary Sue Parks, passing
worthless check and Charles
Evans Tomlin, withholding
support.


to the City Commission Tues-
day night that clean-up had
started on the burned out
service station at the corner of
Highway 98 and Third Street
and should be completed with-
in a week or two. The Com-
mission had served notice on
the property owner to clean up
the site and since no work
started within a reasonable
time, the City's Ordinance
(Continued on Page 3)


Voters to Select


Commissioner

Port St. Joe's city electors will go to the polls Tuesday to
select a City Commissioner to fill Group II for a two year
term.
Also up for election this year were the Commission seat
from Group I and the Mayor-Commission post. Neither of
these offices will be on the ballot, since neither incumbent,
Tom Coldewey or Mayor Frank Pate received any
opposition.
Candidates for the Group II post are incumbent Wesley
'RRdamsey and'challengr SammieK. Williams Ramsey is
completing his first term on the Commission and Williams is
making his first run for the post.
Polling will be in the City Fire Station on Williams
Avenue, with the polls open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Voting will be by machine, with the City utilizing the county's
voting machines for the election.


Kiwanis Pancake Day Saturday


If you've been waiting for
it; it's now time.
Saturday will be the an-
nual Kiwanis Club Pancake
Days and radio broadcast
from downtown Port St.
Joe.
The Kiwanians will set
up their kitchen under the
funeral home tent at the
corner of Reid Avenue and
Fifth Street and will be on
the job reasonably wide
awake at 6:30 a.m., Satur-
day morning to begin cook-


Schools to

Register

Students
Registration for entering
kindergarten and first grade
students who have not.attend-
ed public kindergarten will be
held at the kindergarten cen-
ters of the three county ele-
mentary schools during May.
Dates and hours of the regis-
trations are as follows:
-Port St. Joe Elementary,
May 12 and 13, 9:00 a.m. to
2:00 p.m.
-Highland View Elemen-
tary, May 13, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00
p.m.;
-Wewahitchka Elemen-
tary, May 13, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00
p.m.
Those children presently at-
tending kindergarten will not
come to school on registration
day(s). They will be tested
and registered during regular
school hours on another day.
Any child entering first
grade in the fall who is not
enrolled in a public kindergar-
ten will need to take the read-
iness test administered to all
incoming first graders. This
testing will begin promptly at
10:00 a.m. and will last ap-
proximately one hour. It will
be administered both days at
(Continued on Page 3)


ing pancakes and all that
goes with them, to be
served until 2:00 p.m.
Chief chef Ken Herring
said he is taking the piece
of fatback out of the freezer
Friday night which he uses
to grease the griddle in his
semi-secret way of prepar-
ing flapjacks and will have
it ready to go early in the
morning. Herring vows he
has been using the same
piece of fatback to grease
the griddle for the past
three years.


The coffee will be hot and
there will be plenty of it, to
go along with the pancakes,
sausage, bacon and good
thick syrup right on the dot
at 7:00 a.m. Everyone is
invited to come join them
for breakfast.
Tickest have been on sale
for two weeks at the small
price of $1.50. Tickets may
also be purchased at the
breakfast Saturday mor-
ning.
The Kiwanians will be


broadcasting from the
breakfast headquarters
over Radio Station WJOE
until 2:00 p.m. They have
made arrangements to
have exclusive privileges
over the radio station for
this time.
Everyone is invited to
come out, eat breakfast,
and have a good time.
All money raised from
the project will go to fi-
nance youth programs of
the Kiwanis Club.


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Eye Trophy

Assistant baseball coach Kesley Colbert
and Keef Pettis admire the Gulf Coast
Conference trophy which the Sharks received
last week for the current season of play. The


Sharks had a perfect record In. conference
play which saw the Sharks compile a 20-4
record in one of their finest seasons ever. The
trophy will be added to the already-full trophy
case at Port St. Joe High School. Pettis
pitched 10 of the Sharks wins against only one
loss and tossed two no-hitters for the season.
-Star photo









pAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. MAY 5, 1977



-THE STAR-
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TO ADVRTISaRS--In case of error or omissions In advertisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable
Sfor damage further 'than amount received for such advertisement.

The spoken word Is glvE scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely
asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word Is lost; the printed word remains.



EDITORIALS:


'Mom 'Maw, 'Mother'


-It's Her Day



Whether it's "Mom", "Mother", the right "Momma" will turn to see
ma", "Maw" or "Ma" . what is needed or what the problem
ay is still her day and she is.
rves recognition. Mommas are special.
rhe mothers of this world are a How can a mother's role be
al breed. The Bible tells us to fully appreciated? We know of no
the unloveable, but only mo- way to adequately express it, or we
seem to be able to keep this would do it here. We know of no way
onition with any regularity. A to actively demonstrate it, or we
)r daughter can turn out to be would try.
he scum of the earth, but still Without getting maudlin, we
mother will love them, when have to say that mothers are a
,one else has given up. special breed, they fill one of the
Then a young man or young very few indispensable positions in
an receives some special rec- the scheme of things.
ion, or honor, there is nobody It's ironic that the happiest and
so proud of the accomplish- the best mothers are those who get
as momma; not even the their reward from seeing their
ient of the award. families happy. This makes them
n a' crowd of mothers, a extra special in our book and we're
tive, "Momma" can be heard glad to see a day to officially tell
another crowd of children and them so.



Had to Come


had to come; with the oil spill call for expensive technicians like
e proportions which happened "Red" Adair and his crew to stop the
e coast of Norway after the now waste. Oil men -were calling for
us well blew out in the North Adair long before the environment-
the environmentalists just had alists became fashionable.
me out Monday morning and We want to see the environ-
or a cessation of all oil activity mentalists effective ,in preserving
North Sea. Forget the fact that our environment and its esthetic
orld is crying for the oil; think beauty. We want 'to see our nation
of the possible damage to the and the remainpr., of the world
onment. enjoy the good life an adequate
Ve wonder what the environ- amount of energy brings to its
lists will do to Mother Nature people. The two can get along
using the volcano to erupt on together with a minimum of risk.
nd last week? The information For the environmentalists to think
ave from scientists is that the any operation can continue on ad
ion of one volcano puts more infinitum without an accident is
tion into the air than man has being unrealistic;, There will be
managed to do in all of his accidents. It seems to us the
'y. environmentalists, will fulfill their
obody likes to have an oil- duties if they make sure the acci-
ed environment. Nobody dril- dents are as few as possible and not
for oil to sell likes to -see it be so quick to stop an operation just
ig out on the ground or water because the inevitable happens
an accident such as happened where a group of human beings are
a North sea. That's why they in charge of the operations.


Super Chicken Feed

Paul Sewell of White City is'shown holding two huge eggs
laid by his hens, with a normal size egg in the middle for
comparison. Sewell said the chickens, a white leghorn and a
Rhode Island red laid the king size eggs for him after an
unusual diet. He said the chickens fed regularly on Trail
Blazer dog food, eating along With his dogs at their daily
'meals. "The dog food has to be responsible for the large
eggs", Sewell reckoned. --Star photo


Sponsors

Youth

Work


The work experience train-
ing and education program of
the Department of Commun-
ity Affairs will once again be
sponsoring a summer youth
work program in Gulf County. Our half Siamese cat, which came to live at
Applicants must be between our house several months ago, has grown now.
the ages of 14 and 21 and meet He has matured into a 15 pound tom cat and is
the economic guidelines set up still growing. For all his size, he is a gentle soul,
by the U.S. Department of putting up with the grandsons of all ages, from
Labor.
Worksites have been devel- crawlers to boisterous eight-year-olds. He lets
oped throughout the county, "them play with him and push him around and
rangiin ..from worksites e- ....never raises a hackle. .. ....
quirmg clerical skills lo gen- About the only thing which disturbs our tom
eral labor. cat are the mocking birds which live behind our
The tentative beginning house in some ti-ti bushes and call our back yard
date for the program is June
13. The program is scheduled their "estate".
to operate 10 weeks with the That pair of mocking birds can put old
participants working 30 hours Houdini, the cat, down on his stomach in nothing
per week while receiving the flat.


minimum wage of $2.30 per
hour.
Interested persons should
contact Ann Sherry Herring at
the Staff Development Center
of the Gulf County School
Board, Gulf County Court.
House or call 229-6124 for
information and applications.
Applications will also be avail-
able at both Port St. Joe High
School and Wewahitchka High
School on dates to be announ-
ced in the bulletins of each
school.
All applications must be
returned by May 20.

For
Ambulance

Call
227-2311


EPA Again Trying to Change Rules,


In Middle of Game for Local Plant


1'It appears as if EPA
spends half its time thinking
uB: things to harraps. us
about", Mayor Frank Pate
remarked Tuesday night, in
the latest chapter in the saga


Letter,



April 29, 1977
Dear Wesley,
I have always read "Use the
want ads for quick results"
but I think The Star might hold
a record for fast service.
! I went in to place an ad foi
an old used refrigerator foi
: the Hospital Auxiliary. The
results were instant. Willie
says, "We have an old one in
.'-Tie"back you can have righ


of the Wastewater Treatment
Plant.
Commissioner Wesley R.
Ramsey had just revealed
that the Environmental Pro-
tection agency had notified the


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to the Editor

7 now, if you can carry it with
you". Needless to say I could
not, but I knew good ole John
e Blount down the street could,
Sso accepted the offer.
d The Hospital Auxiliary
would like to thank you for
r the refrigerator and all the
r publicity given us. You have
e been a great help in our organ-
e ization, .
n Sincerely,
t Louise Parker


plant that an agreement must
be worked up by its customers
to put only 34.74 million gal-
lons of effluent in the plant
each day rather than the
scheduled 39 million gallons,
which is a fairly realistic
figure of the flow through the
plant each day.
The latest epistle from EPA
says the flow must not exceed
the 34.75 MGD on an average
monthly operation or the
agency may take action
against the plant and its
owners, the City.
Plant manager, Bob Simon
said the EPA has also come
down with some limits on
emissions from the plant
which must be critically
watched. Simon said the plant
is within compliance, but the
volume is a critical matter,
since the new limits allowed
by EPA are considerably less
than each customer has for
allowable limits.


Ramsey said records show
that all customers, the City,
Sylvachem and St. Joe Paper
Company are right at the
new limits allowed by EPA.
"A heavy rain, with infiltra-
tion of drainage water would
put the City over", he said.
Tom Coldewey noted that a
shut-down and start up of the
paper mill would put them
over. Simon stated that Sulva-
chem is running a little over
their limits now.
Mayor Pate observed that
the plant was designed, and
the design accepted by EPA to
handle at least 40 million
gallons a day.
The entire Commission
agreed to ignore the letter
from EPA for the time being
and hold a meeting of the
customers involved the latter
part of the month to take a
close look at the present flow
and the new limits.


The other evening, we were out in the back
yard checking out the tomato crop, the bell
peppers and the egg plant when I heard this
mocking bird screeching over in the corner of the
yard. I didn't pay too much attention to it until it
persisted and seemed to get more raucous as
time went on. Finally, I looked over in the
direction of the racket and there was Houdini,
hugging the ground like some infantryman in a
war movie during an artillery attack. The pair of
mocking birds dive bombed him from every
angle with little regard to what Houdini could do
to them if he should catch them.
Houdini would stir himself and try to move
an inch or two and here would come one of the
mocking birds. He would stick up a paw and
swipe at one as it dived on his head and the other
- bird would come from another direction. They
had him pinned down securely.
It was something to see a 15 pound tom
cat, with long sharp claws, pinned to the ground
by a pair of birds which weighed only ounces
each.
A closer examination after the aerial combat
was over revealed a nest in the ti-ti bush just
down from the corner of the yard, and the
mocking birds were making sure it was going to
stay there, intact.
After witnessing their tenacity at protecting
their young, you can bet I am going to leave them
alone. If that nest is disturbed, only Houdini is
going to get the chance to do it; and I think he has
already thought better of such a foolish move.

The month of April is the birthday month of
my mother and daddy, so all the local offspring
gathered in our back yard last Thursday evening


Correction


Recently in an edition of The
Star, it was reported that the
City of Port St. Joe would offer
a special summer billing rate
for water and sewer services.
The special billing would re-
duce the sewage billing, nor-
mally 60 percent of the water
rate, to the average paid by
the customer during the
months other than summer
months. This would allow
water customers relief for
summer yard watering.
The article said the special


billing would be done automa-
tically without the customer
having to ask for the special
concession. Clerk Mike Wright
says this is not true. The
customer must call City Hall
and request the special billing
service. So, if you want relief
on your sewage charges for
the summer, call City Hall.

Only 'one opinion p.11l
(Gallup's) correctly forecast
President Roosevelt's re-
election in 1936.


Fish Dinner


These three fishermen, B. R. Williams,
Ronnie Butler and Chip Garrett, show off a


121/2 pound catfish which they caught in the
Intracoastal Canal near White City, using a
rod and reel and earth worms. This fish and
two little bream were all the fishermen
landed, but that was enough for a good fish
fry. -Star photo


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and had a hamburger grilling for them. That was
a lot of Ramseys together at one time, and they
can eat their share of hamburgers. It made me
think of putting up a Macdonald's here in Port St.
Joe if I could borrow the money. If I could be
assured of getting the Ramsey hamburger
business, and get paid for-all that were made, I
b t.Wf1V ''d iA'ake sdnide money.
''A tip for you it's still a little cool to plan a
cook-out at the hour just before dusk or dark.

Have you noticed that your friend and mine,
Milo, has disappeared from the comic strips?
I thought for a long while that Milo Smith's
only claim to fame was going to be that he was
one of the foremen down at the telephone
company and that he cooked a mean mullet, but
when he showed up in the comics about a month
ago, I thought Milo was-going to become one of
the jet set, some of the famous, a target of the
autograph hounds.
Milo must have fizzled out in his new role.
Did you see him? He was in "Peanuts".
Charlie Brown ran away from home when the
EPA got after him for biting a chunk out of the
old kite eating tree and he wound up in a new
neighborhood. The first person he met in the new
neighborhood was Milo, who talked Charlie
Brown into managing his baseball team.
Milo was in the action nearly every day for
two or three weeks and I thought he had a good
second income wrapped up there. Now he has
disappeared from sight.
Don't take it too hard, Milo, I thought you
were better than Louise Lasser on "Mary
Hartman, Mary Hartman."

Last week I was moaning about the throes
which April 15 and tax paying day puts us
through. As dismal as tax paying day is, there is
some humor somewhere, hidden among the
deductions and the tax computations.
Last Thursday, I was coming back from
Wewahitchka, after a trip up there, and I was
listening to Eric Tracy over WWL radio. Eric
was talking to the director of a music
department and college choir somewhere in
Massachusetts. The music teacher had taken the
1040 tax form and put it to music. He had his 65
voice choir learn the piece and they had
performed it in a concert given at the college.
The teacher played a snatch of the "Cantata
1040", his name for his masterpiece, over the
telephone to Tracy who relayed it to his listening
audience.
The music was good and pleasing to listen to.
The words were about what you would expect...
"Enter 40 percent of line 13 on line 45 ... itemize
your deductions on line 20 and compute the tax
on the bottom line". Doesn't this sound
inspiring?
I don't think the professor's "Cantata 1040"
will ever make the best 10 selling list, but it did
serve to lighten up an otherwise dull time in the
life of everyone who heard it.
Now if someone will write an "Opus 41 to
Insurance" and use one of those standard
double-talk policies for the lyrics, we'll all have
something to enjoy.


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HRS Is Searching for


Local Volunteer Workers


The Department of Health State of Florida charged with
and Rehabilitative : Services supervising many social ser-
(HRS) is an agency of the vice programs throughout the
-Continued from page 1-


Sr. Citizens


covering, such matters was
applied to the owner, Starling
Oil Company of Panama City.
Acting board attorney Fred
Witten reported to the Com-
mission that the adjoining,
building had been judged as
more than 50 percent 'damag-
ed by the fire by a committee
as called for. by the City
Ordinance and'the Commis-
sion now had the right to
condemn the building or re-
quire that it be repaired to a
condition which would meet
the City:Code.
The Commission voted
Tuesday night to condemn the
building. It will also be torn
down.
BIKE PROBLEM
Assistant Chief of Police
Roy Robihson told the Com-
mission that there was an
increase in the number of
bicycles being ridden on the
sidewalks in downtown Port
St. Joe, a practice prohibited,
by city ordinance. '
Robinson said, "The build-
ings in this area are built right
on the sidewalk and someone
coming out of a door is going
to be hit by a bicycle and both
the person and the bike rider
could be seriously injured".
Robinson suggested to the
Commission that the Police
Department begin a policy of
picking up those riding bicy-
cles on the sidewalk and bring
them to the Police Station and
call their parents to come get
them. "We can then explain to,

Register

Students

this time in Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary.
All, beginning first grade
and kindergarten children are,
required by state law to have a
complete physical examina-
tion and to have their immuni-
zation records up-to-date.
These can be taken care of
through the local health clinic
or the family physician. In
addition, a birth certificate
must be presented at registra-
tion or no later than the first
day of school. No child will be
allowed to start kindergarten
or first grade without having
presented the proper health
forms and the birth certifi-
cate.


the parents the danger of this
practice", Robinson said. He
said the Department has
warned the children of the
practice of riding their bikes
on the downtown sidewalks,
"but they don't listen" the
assistant chief said.
The Commission gave its
permission for Robinson to
carry out his plan.
"We will handle the situa-
tion properly", Robinson said
"and try to police the situation
in a manner so as not to
alienate the people or the
kids", he said.
NO DRINKING
Commissioner James B.
Roberts told the Commission
there was beginning to be an
excessive amount of drinking
in the City operated ball
parks. "We have put up signs
stipulating 'No Drinking on
the Premises' but there are
some who do not pay attention
to them", Roberts said.
Roberts was concerned that
since the areas are family-
type entertainment and activi-
ties, the City should tighten up
on its wishes not to have
drinking going on in the
confines of the parks.,
Attorney Witten was in-
structed to see if the City had
an Ordinance prohibiting
drinking in the areas in ques-
tion, and if not, to prepare one
before the next meeting of the
board.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other items of business,
the Commission:
-Was informed by Clerk
Mike Wright that the City
could expect to receive $87,739
in federal revenue sharing
funds next fiscal year. "This is
less than the $92,000 we re-
ceived this year", Wright
. said ., ., .. ,, >
-Agreed to try and1colpect a
, lein on property owned by
Richard Anderson after he
purchased it, from the con-
tractor who built the home in
an area in which new water
and sewer services were being
installed.
-Agreed to advertise for
bids for further improvements
on the Washington Recreation
site in North Port St. Joe.
-Approved zoning var-
iances for Mrs. Doris Presnell
at 1306 Woodward Avenue and
for Robert Sewell at 215 7th
Street.


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viding needed services to HRS
clients.
Volunteers are needed in
Gulf County to provide shelter
beds for runaway youths,
transportation for the elder-
ly, to check on elderly daily,
and many other various jobs
connected with HRS depart-
ments.
Mrs. Joan Holt is the Vol-
unteer Coordinator for Bay
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Gregg is the Vista in Gulf
County. Volunteers in HRS
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full range of caring and
humane services to the people
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. If you are interested in vol-
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Volunteers receive orienta-
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clients, and in-service train-
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teers.

Church of God
Sing Saturday
The Highland View Church
of God will be having a Sing
this Saturday, May 7, at 7:00.
The church is located on Sixtt
Street in Highland View.
All singers in the com-
munity are welcome, and
invited to participate. There
will be special singing by the
Baliles family.


Lynda Gregg, left and Kathy Sellers, right, will be
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1977 PAGE THk&.


Last Rites for Mrs Weekly


Funeral services for Mrs.
Harriet Weekly, age 66, of
White City, were held at 2:00
p.m. at the graveside with
Rev. Larry Wells of the United
Pentecostal Church of 'High-
land View officiating. Mrs.
Weekly died Monday following
a lengthy illness. Interment
was in Holly Hill Cemetery.
She was a native of Salem,
Ind., and had been a resident
of this area for the past four
years.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Ray Weekly, of, White


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Pruning of Ornamentals


Is Best Learned By the


Teacher
By Dr. Robert Black
Ext.Urban Horticulturist
) University of Florida
Pruning of ornamental
plants is an art best learned by
experience. One way to learn
tie fundamentals is to study.
tWe mistakes of others.-
All of you have seen 'the
o,1ce-a-year pruner, who,
armed with saw, shears and
a'e, attacks the garden and
cots aU hedges and shrubs
'/ lbck, to the ground. After
c an-up the tools are put.
away until the following year.
%Most gardeners are just the
o posite. The timid pruners
ape fearful to remove even a
sagle leaf from a plant. His
(6r her) hands-off policy often
Srsults in overgrown, leggy.
,plants,.
;In between the two ex-
tirmes is the Shearerr". The
hidge-shears addict barbers
Shik shrubs into domes, cones,
spheres, rectangles, squares,
egc. etc. The yard ends up
joking like a display area for
Sgometric shapes. A few.
plants thrive under this treat-'
nient but many others are
severely injured.


of Exper
As we first said, pruning is
an art which can be acquired
through learning certain basic
principles and the exceptions
to them, and through exper-
ience and close observation.
The purpose of pruning is to
remove unwanted growth to
benefit the plant parts that
remain and to improve the
appearance of the plants.
The number one reason for
pruning is to maintain plant
health. Prune to remove dead,
weak or damaged wood and
disease an4 insect infested
wood. "I
Remove any diseased or
dead 'wood whenever it ap-
pears. This is one of the best
ways to stop the spread of
disease to the rest of the plant
or neighboring .plants. Re-
move branches which rub and
weaken another limb and
remove weak, damaged or
crowded stems. Always re-
member that maintenance of
plant health is the fundamen-
tal reason for pruning.
The second most impoiVtent
reason to iprune is to balance
the amount of top growth on a
plant with the amount of root,


Miss Toni Teresa Mathews Lawrence Frazler Shackelford, Jr.


tence
system at the time of trans-
planting.
A third reason to prune is to
remove old stems and
branches to encourage new
vigorous growth. This can be
done lightly every year and is
a good procedure to follow if
the plant is "leggy" or grow-
ing out-of-bounds.
The reason most people
prune is to maintain or deve-
lop a desired size or form, to
shape the plant and produce
more dense growth..
General thinning and cor-
rective pruning can be done
any time of year, however, the
best time to prune varies with
different plants.
Deciduous. plants may be
pruned late in their dormant
season-for example mimosa,
dogwood, jacaranda, oaks,
crape myrtle. Late winter or
early spring is suitable for
those plants which are late-
flowering and fruiting varie-
ties.
Early flowering plants such
:,as azaleas, spireas, jasmines,
and camellias should be
pruned 'immediately after
flowering.


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Schedule
The Municipal Hospital
Auxiliary has announced its
work schedule for the month
of May. Those serving in the
morning hours of 9-12 are:
Thursday, May 5 Marie
Davis and Ira Gorham, Fri-
day Emmie Joines and
Sandra Clenney;
Monday, May 9 Carolyn
White and Mrs. Boswell, May
10 Meta Buzzett and Lynette
Gibson, May 11 Sara Preston
and Jewell Burkett, May 12 -
Marie Davis and Ira Gorham,
May 13 Erpmie Joines and
SSandra'Clehn'ney, .
.Monday, May 16 Carolyn
White and Mrs. Boswell, May
17 Meta Buzzett and Lynette
Gibson, May 18 Sara Preston
and Jewell Burkett; May 19 -
Marie Davis and Ira Gorham,
May 20 Emmie Joines and
Sandra Clenney.
Monday, May 23 Carolyn
White and Mrs. Boswell, May
24 Grace Meyers and Mary
Lyons, May 25 Sara Preston
and Jewell Burkett, May 26 -
Marie Davis and Ira Gorham,
May 27- Emmie Joines and-
Sandra Clenney, Monday,


Dees to Mark Golden Wedding


Mr.s.and Mrs. N. E. Des are
celebrating their golden wed-
ding anniversary Sunday
afternoon, May 15, from two to
five p.m. at their home at 202
lola St., Oak Grove.
Friends are invited to a
reception being given in their
honor by their three daugh-
ters.


IT'S A GIRL!
Mr. and Mrs. Broward Nun-
nery of Wewahitchka, an-
nounce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Edna Marline, on April 4.
She weighed in at seven
pounds, 1412 ounces.


Katherine Maria Sutton William Charles Bailey


Engaged


Mr. and Mrs. Fredric Wil-
son Sutton, of Port St. GJoe,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Kathierine
Maria, to Lieutenant William
Charles Bailey, USN, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph
Bailey, of Oak Park, Illinois.
Miss Sutton is a 1970 gradu-
ate of Port St. Joe High
School, and received her

May 30 Carolyn White and
Mrs. Boswell and Tuesday,
May 31 Grace Meyers and
Mary Lyons,
Working the afternoon hours
of 1-4 p.m. will be:
Thursday, May 5 Connie
Redmon, May 6 Margaret
Nichols and Louise Parker,
Monday, May 9 Elsie Simon,
May 10 Betty Gilbert, May 11
- Pug Bouington,May 12 -iCon-
Sne'Redinbn, May 13 Einily
Simmons and Margaret Nic-
hols;
Monday, 'May 16 Elsie
Simon, May 17 Betty Gil-
bert, May 18 Frances Cha-
son, May 19 Betty-Fleming,
May 20 Emily Simmons and
Margaret Nichols.
SMonday, May 23 Elsie
Simon, May 24 Betty Gilbert,
May 25 -Frances Chason, May
26 Betty Fleming, May 27 -
Emily Simmons and Margaret
Nichols.
Monday, May 30 Elsie
Simon, and May 31 Betty
Gilbert.


,degree from the University of
'FIrida in 1974. Since gradua-
tion, she has taught at West-
side Elementary School in
Baker County and resides in
Jacksonville. Lieutenant
Bailey is a 1972 graduate of the
United States Naval Aca-
demy, Annapolis, Maryland.
He is a pilot, currently attach-
ed to Navy Attack Squadron
Eighty-two at Cecil Field in
Jacksonville.
The wedding will take place
on July 2, 7:00, at Ortega
United Methodist Church,
Jacksonville. A reception will
be held at 8:00 p.m. at the
Guild .Hall, Londontowne
Apartments. No invitations
will be sent locally, but friends
of the bride are invited to
attend.


the members of 'the


'Church of Christ
invite you to meet with them:
Sunday Morning Bible Study ........... 10:00 A.M.
Sunday Morning Worship .............. 11:00 A.M.
Sunday Night ......................... 6:00 P.M.
Wednesday Night ..................... 7:00 P.M.

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For information
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Reverend and Mrs. DeWitt
T. TMathews, Jr. of Palmetto,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Toni Teresa,
to Lawrence Frazier Shackel-
'foid, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
. Lawrence Frazier Shackel-
foed, Sr., also of Palmetto.
Miss Mathews is a graduate
of Palmetto High and is
attending Manatee Junior Col-
lege. Mr. Shackelford is also a
graduate of Palmetto High
School and presently attend-
ing Manatee Junior College.
He: is employed at 4 Star
Tomato, Inc.
'he wedding will take place
August 20, in the First Baptist
Church of Palmetto.

fOevival Services
at White. City
Revival services which be-
gan April 24 at the White City
Assembly of God Church are
continuing this week and
throughout next week. Ser-
vices are nightly at 7:00, with
thi Rev. Jimmy Williams as
thd evangelist and singer.
The pastor, Rev. Bobby
T4ylor, extends a cordial in-
vitation to everyone to attend.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D.
Efensen announce the birth of
their daughter, Teresa Faye.
She was born on Wednesday,
.April 13, at Gulf Coast Com-
93unity Hospital. She weighed
,une pounds, 81/4 ounces.
P Teresa's grandparents are
DMr. and Mrs. Alf Evensen of
0t. Petersburg, and Mrs. Faye
VGoodman and the late James
1t: Goodman, Jr., of Port St.
Joe.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1977 PAGE FIVE.


Many Are Born With Handicaps


Miss Hendrix Feted At Shower


Miss Mitzi Hendrix, bride-
elect of the season, was honor-
ed on April 30th with a lingerie
shower by Miss Trish Tapper
and her mother, Mrs. George
Tapper at their home on Con-
stitution Drive.
The occasion was a brunch


at noon on that day, and
covers were laid for 18 guests,
all of whom were long time
school and college friends of
the bride-elect. The get-to-
gether afforded an opportun-
ity for much reminiscing of
their growing-up years.


Rev. Richard L. Hamm

Gets Degree Tonight
Rev. Richard Lamar Hamm master's and doctor's degr4
of Tallahassee, a former resi- in ministry. A licensed min
dent of Port St. Joe, will ster with the Assembly of.Go
receive his Bachelor's degree he is presently the pastor
in Ministry tonight at 8:00 the Southside Assembly
p.m. from Gulf Coast Semi- God Church of Tallahassee.
nary on Transmitter Road, He is married to Anita Ra
Panama City. field, the daughter of Mr. ai
Richard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Raffield of Port S
Mrs. Benton Hamm, grad- Joe. The ceremony is open
uated from Port St. Joe High the public, and friends of tl
in 1974 where he was listed in graduating students are .i
Who's Who in American High vited.
Schools. He received his Asso-
k ciate of Arts Degree in Busi-
ness Administration from
Chipola College in 1975. M1,
ber of the Dean's List, Phi
Delta Alpha Fraternity and
Basically Christ M.inded Or-
ganization. He received his
diploma in 1976 from the
Berean School of the Bible in
Ministerial Studies. He plans
now to begin working on his


Students

Study Fire

Control Rev. Richard Lamar Ham
Over 200 Gulf County sixth
grade students participated in
the 27th Annual Foresty Day
at the White City Fire Control
Center during the first week in
May.
Students and their teachers j
journeyed from Port St. Joe,
Highland View and Wewa-
hitchka for a day of instruc-
tion, with the Division of
Forestry, in fire prevention,
fire suppression, forest man- LEG
agement and wildlife conser-
vation.
Forestry Day was initiated
in 1950 by the late Alton
Hardy, then Gulf County Ran-
ger, and is now jointly spon-
sored by the Gulf Co. Fire
Prevention Committee, St.
Joe Paper Company, Game
and Fresh Water Fish Com-
mission and the Florida Divi-
sion of Forestry.
Five stations were used in a
county fair system of instruc-
tion.
Forest Rangers Milton
Strength and Jerry Wheeler
stressed the importance of
forest fire prevention at sta-
tion one. At station two, Mike
Moree and Bud Schmitt, al- |
lowed students to climb the
fire tower to learn how fires
are detected, and at station
three, Jerry Girvin, GFWFC,
discussed with the children
the effects of environmental
pollution upon fishing and
wildlife and ultimately, on
people.
Forester Ralph Edenfield
discussed forest management
at station four, and at station SPACE-IT
five, Ranger John Redmon
showed the students the fire-
fighting equipment used in
wildfire suppression and the
techniques employed.
After the instruction, the
students enjoyed snack lunch-
es and soft drinks courtesy of Reid Ave.
St. Joe Paper Company.


Miss Hendrix and her'
mother, Mrs. Joseph P. Hen-
drix, were presented with cor-
sages of pink carnations with
small silver butterflies. The
floral arrangement on the
brunch table was made of pink
roses, pink and white tulips
and baby's breath, and the in-
dividual tables were centered
with rose buds in crystal
vases. Other arrangements of
pink roses were scattered
throughout the party rooms.
Miss Hendrix will become


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the bride of Boyd Bulger on
June llth, in a ceremony at
the First United Methodist
Church of Port St. Joe. She is
the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Joseph P. Hendrix of this city.
Friends in Tallahassee
gathered for a pre-nuptial
luncheon at "The Bird Cage"
Restaurant to honor Miss
Mitzi Hendrix, on May 2.'
Hostesses for the event were
Jean Atchison and Phyllis Alt-
staetter.


By Cathy Hanlon
Publicity Chairman
GARC
Many children are born with
or may acquire later physical
and or mental conditions
which handicap their normal
growth and development. The
following early warning signs
are some of the more common
indications that a problem
may exist. If for any reason
you suspect that your child,


School

Fair Set

for Tonite
The annual School Fair will
,be held tonight, Thursday, at
Port St. Joe High School. The
fair is a representation of the
varied aspects of a student's
activities at the school during
the past year.
Exercises will open in the
gym at 7:30, and will last till
9:00. Opening exercises will
include the NJROTC Color
Guard, and the pledge to the
flag. Schedule of events, each
lasting 30 minutes, will follow:
gym activities, talent presen-
tations and a display of stu-
dent projects and reviews.
Kenneth Herring, Principal
of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School, extends an invitation
to students, their parents, and
the community to attend.


your grandchild, your bro-
ther or sister may have spe-
cial needs, I urge you to seek
help immediately. Don't wait
until this child enters school
before you begin to deal with
the problem.
Over the next few weeks, I
will be covering the areas of
seeing, playing, talking, think-
ing, hearing, and moving.
Seek help if your child is often
unable to locate and pick up
small objects within reach, if
he frequently rubs his eyes or
complains that his eyes hurt,
if he has reddened, watering
or encrusted eyelids, if. he
holds his head in a strained or
awkward position when trying
to look at a particular per-
son or object, or when he
sometimes or always crosses
one or both eyes.
Seek help if your child does
not play games such as peek-
a-boo, patty cake, or waving
bye-bye by age one; if he does
not imitate parents doing
routine household chores by
age two to three; if he does not
enjoy playing alone with toys,
pots and pans, sand, etc. by
age three; if he does not play
group games such as hide-
and-seek, tag-ball, etc. with
other children by age four; or
if he does not share and take
turns by age five.
Don't forget the monthly
meeting of the Gulf County
Association for Retarded Citi-
zens, tonight, May ",j will be
held at 113 Main St., Port St.


Joe, at the Adult Activity there. For more information,
Center, at 7:00 p.m. Please be call 229-6327.






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NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Pursuant to Chapter 197.062, Florida Statutes, notice is
hereby given that Friday the 27th day of May, 1977, at eleven
o'clock (A.M.) tax sale certificates will be sold on the following
described lands to .pay the amount due for taxes herein set
opposite the same, together with all cost of such sale, and all
advertising. Sale to be held at the Gulf County Courthouse at
,Port St. Joe, County of Gulf, Florida.

:LEGAL DESCRIPTION OWNER RE. AMT.ADV.
NO. DUE COST


3IAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBD.
Blk. B, Lots 1, 2 & 3 Ernest Bryan, Jr.
Lying E. of County
SDitch
blk. E, Lots 4' & 5 Benjamin & Irene Gay
: Elk. J, Lots 3 & 5 Emory C. Bailey
BEACON HILL SUBD.
iBlock 5, Lot 10 ,Juanita Hatcher
3lk. 16, Lots 1 &3 PhillipR. Clymer
3BEATTY'S SUBD.
ik. A, Lot 30 Leon C. Dees
Slk. C, Lots 5, 6, 41 & Charles Aman

Blk. C, Lots 16,17,18 Charles Aman
& 29, 30, 31
BURGESS CREEK SUBD.
Bilk. 1, Lot 23 L.L. & L. Properties,
Inc.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
Blk. 28, Lot 28 Blakeley Thomas
EtAl
Bik. 28, Lot 30 Blakeley Thomason
Et Al
'Blk. 32, Lot 21 Douglas A. Whitting-
ton


Bilk. 37, Lot 17 & W%
of Lot 19
Blk. 40, Lot 21
SBlk. 41, Lot 27 & 29,
less N. 70 ft.
Blk. 41, Lot 30, Less
the S. 32 ft.
ll Bk. 42, Lot 13
Blk. 42, N. 80 ft. of
lots 27, 296
Blk. 1001, Lot 22
Blk. 1004, Lot 17
Blk. 1005, Lot 10
Blk. 1006, S% of lot 12
Blk. 1006, NW of lot
12


John C. Worthing- -
ton 4898.004
Ray Lee Brant 4934
Mary Linda Butts 4947


4369 14.42 2.40
Awards night will be held at
Port St. Joe High School next
4395 1.01 .80 Tuesday night, according to'
4428 53.97 .80 principal Ken Herring.
The ceremony, which is held
3579 82.55 .80 each year to give awards to
3682 66.07 .80 seniors who have earned them
will begin at 7:30 p.m., in the
2861 17.71 .80 Commons Area.
2873 11.12 1.60 The public is invited to
attend..


2876 14.98 1.60



12222 16 53 1 60


Blk. 4, Lot 7
BI;. 4, S. 15 ft. of lot 8
and all lot 10


Laying Plans for Toi

The third annual Lions Club Memorial Day week end, May
softball tournament is pres- 28, 29 and 30, according to
ently in the planning stage for Fred Witten, club project


Wewa Bulls

Sponsoring

Tournament

The Wewa Bulls will be
sponsoring a Class B softball
tournament the week end of
May 13, 14 and 15 -at the
Wewahitchka softball com-
plex. Entry is $40.00 for each
team which desires to com-
pete.
Those team representatives
who would like to enter their
teams in the tournament may
call 639-5696 or 227-5131.


Frank Graddy
Charles Ray & Minni
Toney 255


PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
Blk. 11, Lot 1 Carl David Wood
Blk. 11, Lots 2 & 4 Carl Wood
4833 21.96 1.60 Blk. 11, Lot 6 Paul Wayne Wood
BIk. 12, Lot 12 Harold Butler
4834 97.19 1.60
4834 97.19 1.60 RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 1

4851 74.28 1.60 Blk. A, Lot 2 James R. Warren 5K


158.24
183.31
65.57


Joseph R. Reahberg 4949 87.37.1.60


Gordon Thomas
John L. Matlock

Margaret Bewey
Chester Gant
Mrs. Lela Gant
Margaret Bewey
Cora Lee Quinn
Gadson Estate


CLECKLEY'S ADDITION UNIT NO 2.
Blk. 9, Lots 6 & 8 Van Jones


4964 39.40 .80
4980 39.40 1.60


5694
5757
5772
5796


137.53 .80
13.24 .80
11.06 .80
5.60 .80


5795 65.57 1.60

2375 24.07 .80


C. L. MORGAN ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
Blk. 2, Lot 1 Albert King 1802
DOUGLAS LANDING SUBD
Blk. 2, Lot 7 Harold J. Davis 1002
Bik. 3, Lot 7 Charles M. Sawyer
Et Ux 1007.010
FOREHAND 1ST ADD.
SBk. 4, N% of lots 11 B. F. Cannington &
& 12 Faye 4455
FOREHAND 3RD ADD.
; Blk. A, Lot 3 81 N. 25 James E. Goldsberry 4531
ft. of 12 & N East 28
-ft. of lot 13
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD. ... ,. ,
Blk. 6, Lots 1 & 2 Troy Flowers 2076


HIGHLAND VIEW SUBD.
Blk. C, Lots 1 & 2 E. W. Snipes 43
INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBD.
Blk. 10, Lot 6 Lawrence Scarabin,
Jr. & Wife
JONESVILLE SUBD.
SN of lot 12, Jones- Ada Waters
ville Plat
J. R. NORTON SUBD.
81k. 1, Lot 10 Mrs. Wilton Kennedy


LESTERS SUBD.
Blk. 3, Lot 18, Rec'd
ORB 56-360
Lot 19, Rec'd ORB 62-
140 from Pickron
Blk. 3, Lot 21 & W. 70
* ft. of lot 24, Bk. 33-211

MEEKS LAKE SUBD.
Blk. 2, Lots 1 & 2


Perry Wallace Hi
ley
Billy D. & Judy
Knowles
Mrs. Nettis Warre



Charles E. Jacksi
Et Ux


MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
-: eBlk. 1007, South 57 ft. Willie R. Under-
of lot 1 wood
Blk. 1007, Lot 19 Gertrude & Kylar
Hamilton
Blk. 1008, Lot 6 Abrahams & Clar
Evans
Blk. 1008, Lot 15 Mrs. Faye Jones
Blk. 1010, Lot 7 Herman Williams
Ux
Blk. 1012, Lot 2 Arthur Harris


UNIT NO. 2
Blk. 1015, Lot 23
Bik. 1016, Lot 17
Bik. 1017, W% of lot 2
Blk. 1017, Lot 34
Blk. 1018, Lot 8
Blk. 1019, Lot 4
UNIT NO. 3
:Blk. 1021, Lot 6
B!k. 1021, N% of lot 8
B'lk. 1022, Lot 6
Blk. 1022, Lot 9 & S
Sof lot 7
Bik. 1022, Lot 22

Bik. 1023, S. 47.5 ft. of
lot7 &N. 32.5 ft. of lot
9
BIk. 1023, S. 47.5 ft. of
lot 8 & N. 32.5 ft.of lot

MONEY BAYOU SUB]
Blk. A, Lot 3
Blk. A, Lot4
-Bik. D, Lot 4
Blk. E, Lots 12&13
OAK GROVE SUBD.
Blk. 5, Southerly 93%
ft. of lot 16
BIk. 11, Lots 9, 11 &
13
AINE RIDGE SUBD.
Bik. 1, Lots 5 & 6

' Ik.2,Lot 1
Blk. 3, Lot 1
* Blk. 3, Lot 2


Willie Lee Borders
Juanita Martin Est
Dan Sims Estate
Timothy Cooper
Willie Jones
Chester Gant, Jr.

'Willie Bell Sims
Willie Bell Sims
Christine E. Bailey
Robert L. Wilson,
Et Ux
Robert L. Ford E
Ux
Kylar Hamilton


Willie Anthony


D. UNIT NO. 1
William G. King
Chester Gant, Jr.
Diamond Hester
Julius Wynn

William G. Hall

H. B. & Ruth Hen
son

James J. & Lucill
Williams
Jimmy L. Frazier
Frank Graddy
Johnny Lee Jack-
son


141.010


UNIT NO. 2
Blk. L, Lot 27

Blk. M, Lot 16
Blk. M, Lot 19
SBlk. M, Lot 20 & 1 A.
adjoining
UNIT NO. 3
Blk. Y, Lot 1
Bll kY, Lot 3
RISHES SUBD.
Blk, 3,Lot 17 &E of
lot 16


James F. Stevens &
Myrtle L.
Harold M. Butler
Harold M. Butler 6;
Harold M. Butler 6:


2
2


Ernest M. Grogan 64
Ernest M. Grogan 64

Zora Belle Holley 234


RIVERSIDE PARK SUBD. UNIT NO. 1
Blk. 1, Lot 13 Cecil Hale, Jr.
RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBD.
Blk. 5, Lot 4 William A. Hollis


ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD.
99.86 .80 Blk. A, Lot 6 Bessie Bewey

TWIN LAKES SUBD. NO. 1
24.73 .80 Blk. 15, Lot 11 pP.W. Holley
65.68 10 WHITFIELD ACRES
Rec'd ORB 55-683 Earl L. Eddins
from Riley
Paits of lot 4 and lot Gene Holley
1.23 1.60 5, Blk. B & also the
West 25ft. x 210 ft. of
87.50 2.:40 lol 6, Bik. B


:. '.
28.07 .80

49.59 .80


WHITFIELD ACRES 2nd ADDITION
Bik.., 5, Lot 3 H. F. HayesEstate
Blk. 5,Lot 4 Raymoid E. & Jimm
-* .L. Rhodes
Blk. 8, Lot 7 Ira D. Carroll
Blk. 11, Lot 4 Nelson & Glenna Helm


WILLIAMSBURG SUBD.
Bilk. A, Lot 8 Laura Wiggins Estate
3193 29.82 1.60 Blk. B, Lot 15 Willie Floyd Nobles
Blk. D, Lots 1 & 2 DavidL.; Britt
3097 27 1 Blk. E, Lot 16 Willie Lee Jones
3097 27.60 1.60 B Lot 10 John W. Hawkins.
Blk. G, Lot 2 Charles & Vera Bo-
stick
6105 92.45 .80 YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL


Blk. 9, Lot 3
ol- Blk. 9, Lots 6, 7 &N%
2571.010 8.36 1.60 of lot 5
Blk. 9, Lots 14 & 15
2567 .74 1.60 Blk. 10,,Lots I & 20,
n 2572 .74 1.60 less NW 10 ft. of 1
Blk. 10, Lot 12
Blk. 10, Lot 19
Blk. 12, Lots 9 & 10
on S 1T9R 11 320 A. S
1592 8.94 1.60 S2T 9 R 11 129 A.
Fractl. S% & Sub.
Ld. Fr. St. Fl.
5815.010 13.24 1.60 S 3 T 4 R 10 3 A.
ORB 59-683 & ORB
5829 11.06 1.60 59-685' from Brogdon

5833 21.96 1.60 S7T5R9
5841 9.97 .80 S7T6R8 1 A. ORB
Et 47-288
5873 16.51 1.60 S7T9R 10640A. All
5901 76.47 .80 of Section
S 8 T 9 R 10640 A. All
5940 76.47 .80 of Section
tate 5957 39.40 .80, iS9 T 6 R 8 1 A. Rec'd
5969 59.02 .80 ORB 36-174 from
5994 23.05 .80 Davis
6003 11.06 .80 S 11 T 7 R 10 1 A.
6025 13.24 .80 Rec'd ORB 35-816 Be-
ing 150 ft. on Causey
6028.005 11.06 .80 Road. 180 FL deep.
6028.007 5.60 .80 Sl1 T7 R10 Rec'd
r6031,010 218.20 .80 ORB 55-50 from Ler-
Jr. oy, being 63 ft. x 163 ft
6029.007 244.47 1.60 S 11 T9R 11 301 A.
t Lots 1, 2, 3, Orig. &
6029.016 331.59 1.60 Subd. land
6040 152.79 2.40 S 12 T 5 R 1026.1 A.
Rec'd Bk. 29-552 NW
of NW/4 of SEV4
6045 152.79 2.40 o 9 R 11 438.2 A
S 12 T 9 R 11438.2 A
All less acres res. by
Hollinger
S 13 T 5 R 11 20 A.
3127 149.56 .80 Beg. at SEC of NW
3128 8.39 .80 of NW of Sec. 13 &
3132 115.52 .80 Run N. 450 ft. for
3148 138.58 .80 POB TH N. 500 ft. TH
W. to County Road
6156 1.06 1.60 Th. E. to 40 Line, Th.
S. to the POB & 10
ider- Acres. ORB 53-627
6179 56.18 1.60 S 13 T 5 R 11 34 A.
NWV4 of SW/4, less
le all of said 40 Acres
2540 91.89 1.60 lying on West side of
2541 10.12 .80 Co. Rd, ORB 60-775
2543 'i.12'.80 -from Daniels, less 2
acres to Blake & less
2543.001 20.09 1.60 4 acres to Johns


Harold M. Butler
Harold M. Butler

Harold M. Butler
Eugene Abrams

Ferrell O. Allen, Sr.
Eugene Abrams
Harold D. Helms
Lawrence E. Cooper
Lawrence E. Cooper


Charles H. Han-
ners

Edward Hall
Robert J. Hall

Lawrence C. Coope

Lawrence E. Coope

Ethel & Jo Ann W
field

Mary J. Issaacks



Roy Lavern Cau-
sey

Lawrence E. Coope


W. L. Pippin


Lawrence E. Coope


Madeline Raffield









Madeline Raffield


urnament

chairman. The 16 team tour-
nament will feature .teams
from Alabama, Georgia and
Northwest Florida. A home
run derby is also being plan-
ned as a special event.
'The concession stand will be
manned during the entire
tournament by the Lions Club
members, serving hambur-
gers, hot dogs, barbecue, cold
drinks, chips and other re-
freshments for the conven-
ience of all the fans and
teams.
Everyone is urged to attend
and support the team of their
choice as some of the better
teams in the South will com-
pete for the tournament
trophy. All proceeds will be
used by the club for its sight
conservation programs.


2552 16.10 .80 S 13 T 9 R 11 540 A.
ie All, less acres Res.
52.010 81.92 1.60 By Hollinger
S 14 T 9 R 11 280 A.
4048 24.87 .80 Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, Orig. &
4050 49.59 .80 Subd. Land
4046 24.87 .80 S 17 T 4 R 9 70 A.
4061 33.11 .80 Fractl. S of NWV4
Lot 4 Orig.
3.010 50.00 .80 S 17 T 4 R 9 41 A.
NEV4 of NW4 or Lot
3 Orig.
625 13.11 1.60- S 17R4R10 4 A. Lot
627 13.11 .80 East of Brahier ORB
7.030 13.11 .80 3-278
7.040 19.09 1.60 S 17 T 4 R 10 3 A.
I Rec'd Bk 13-196, less
sold off
10.125 20.09 .80 S 17 T 9 R 10 160 A.
0.127 20.09 .80 Nof N%
S 18 T 4 R 9 190 A.
8.030 139.74 1.60 Lots 1 & 2 Orig. Rec'd
ORB 56-152 from
Tapper
S 18 T 5 R 9 A lot 105
785 12.44 .80 ft. x 210 ft. ORB 55-
606 from Shavers
1423 73.88 .80! S18 T 9 R 10 640 A. All
Money Bayou Sect.
4603 27.41 .80 S 19 T5 R 9 2 A. Gulf
Sta. Fr. Gaskin ORB
15.020 17.13 .80' 35-6
S19T9R10220A.All
fractl. sect. 19 less
2.010 14.78 1.60 Money Bayou Cot-
tages, Des. above be-
152 32.68 3.20 g'33.6 Acres
ing 33.6 Acres
S 20 T 5 R 9 Rec'd
ORB 34-2
S20T 5R 9 2 A.S. 550-
245 39.18 .80 ft. of the portion lying
y I on E. side of SR 381 of
246 79.84 1.60 the NWY4 of SW4,
280 97.74 .80 Bk 34-626
is310 40.81 .80 S 22 T 9 R 11 3.26 A.
ORB 47-505; 100 ft. &
i ORB 64-342
2476 2.61 .80 S22T9R113.29A.
2493 32.92 .80 Rec'd ORB 44-564 &
2506 5.06 .80 ORB 65-304; being
2515 .74 .80 100 ft. Gulf Frontage
S 23 T 4 R 10 1 A.

2533 32.92 1,60: Rec'd Bk. 20-74 off
Lee Back Tract & Lot
3902 160.01 .80 Des. in Bk. 24-456
390 243.50 1.60 from Lottie McElroy
S 23 T 4 R 10 3% A.
3904 156.72 .80 Beg. at NEC of SWV4
3913 255.60 1.60 of SE4 of Sect., run
due S. 361 ft. Th. W.
3920 41.35 -.80 160 Ft. to POB Th. W.
3912 102.33 .80 260 ft. Th. S. 930 ft.
3935 17.71 .80 Th. E. 260 ft. Th. N.
930 ft. to the POB
6265 527.54 .80
S23 T 4 R 10ALot
6267 425.36 2.40'


S 24 T 9 R 11 185.5 A.
All lying N. of SRD
Less 68 A. to Tropic
.. .Land &.Dev. Co.
1517.013 .74 2.40
S26T4R102A. Beg.
692 .74 .80 at the SWC of NEi4
of NW4 of 26 run E.
23 8.28 1.60 99 yds., N. 297 ft., W.
99 yds., S. 297 ft.
Dr 3164 1,005.48 1.60 to POB, less to Bell
Williams
er 3165 1,005.48 1.60 S 29 T 5 R 9 4 A. In
sec. of S of SEI4 of
hit- SE/4
62 5.03 2.40 S29T5R9 A. ORB
S28-740
2935 .78 3.20 S 31 T 6 R 11 Rec'd Bk
ORB 2-462
S 32 T 5 R 8 1 A. Per
deed Rec'd Bk. 25-268
S 32 T 5 R 11 120 ft. x
2832.010 17.71 2.40 140 ft.; ORB 6-559 &
ORB 5-679
er 6271 741.79 2.40 S 32 T 5 R 11 2 A. in
SW Cor. of W of
SW/4 of the SWi/4
2701 56.44 2.40 S 33 T 5 R 11 .36 A.
Lot 100 x 150 ft. ORB
53-60
er 6272 722.01 2.40 S 35 T 5 R 9 .45 A.
Rec'd Bk. 27-156, less
lot to Horton
3337 87.98 7.20 S 36 T 4 R 10 2 A.
Rec'd ORB 21-775
.S 36 T 4 R 10 115 ft. x
125 ft. lot
S 36 T 8 R 12 50 A.
Rec'd ORB 54-1009
Being the South
966.63 ft. of lots 5, 6


3338 32.68 6.40


MINERAL RIGHTS:
S 16T6R9640A.
Int. OGM all of sc-
tion


THITR ot t ,Fn THRDY A ,17 PAG SIXI


St. Joe Singers, Scotty Bryant, Kenneth Turner, Paula Tankersley, Karen Collinsworth
and Mary Dell Adkison. -Star photo


Lawrence E. Cooper


Lawrence E. Cooper


Panhandle Waterways


Panhandle Waterways


Gordon C. Martin


Mrs. Cary L. Whitfield


Lawrence E. Cooper

Gulf Land & Minerals



Charles E. Cauley 70


Lawrence E. Cooper

Lois Traylor


Lawrence E. Cooper




H. T. & Ada Jane
Stewart
Robert E. Bishop




Phillip D. Yonge


H. L. McNally



David L. Britt


John Davis








Ulysess Rouse
Lawrence E. Coop



Vera Bostick






T. W. Davis


Emanuel L. Jenk
Jr.
Charles S. Albritt

Ethel & Jo Ann V
field
Madelin Raffield


James R. Lickie


Douglas A. Whitt
ton

Ethel & Jo Ann M
field

Roy Edenfield

E. C. Harden, Jr.

Partnership Inves
ments, Inc.




James L. Duffy


HARLND
GULF COUNTY
GULF COUN'
PORT ST.


6 9.112. Rotarians Honored

274 by Wheelette Girls


s 519 114.84 2.40 The Port St. Joe Rotary and the Wheelettes served it to
Club was entertained by the the Rotarians.
Wheelettes last Thursday, as Miss Barbara Eells is the
the group of girls sponsored by faculty advisor for the club.
s 518 67.33 2.40 the club, expressed their ap- After dinner, the Wheelette%
preciation by providing din- had arranged for the St. Joe
ner-time entertainment. Singers, under the direction of
1748 1.79 2.40 For dessert, the girls served Miss Ann Aldridge to present
the Rotarians a cake they had a musical program for the
baked and decorated especial- club. They sang three selec-
11743 .74 2.40 ly for the occasion. Dorothy tions. The Singers are, Ken-
Boykin spoke for the Wheel- neth Turner and Scotty Bryant
ettes, expressing their grati- on the guitars, Karen Collinsw
3174 395.69 1.60 tude for the sponsorship of the worth on the piano and vocal-
club. She and Rotary presi- ists Paula Tankersley and
265 o97 35 3 2n dent Ted Cannon cut the cake Mary Dell Adkison.


4.001 20.40 2.40


3177 824.19 1.60

739 171.12 2.40


3180 560.50 4.00





756 3.42 1.60
761' .74 4.00




6304 215.06 2.40


6291 217.04 3.20



1865 8.35 4.00


q


-. . .,

Wheelette Dorothy Boykin and Rotary President Ted
Cannon ,cut cake baked for the club by the girls and served
Thursday. -Star photo


Legal A

IN THE CIRCUIT CO
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIR
STATE OF FLORIDA,
GULF COUNTY.


tds

IURT, FOUR-
CUIT OF THE
IN AND FOR
IN PROBATE


IN RE: The Estate of
1850 30.07 7.20 CARL W. HIXON,
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the Estate of
CARL W. HIXON, deceased, Case No.
77- is pending in the Circuit Court for
1772 .74 .80 Gulf County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is Gulf County
er 6321 484.36 3.20 Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
The Personal Representative of the
Estate Is CAROLE W. HIXON DUNN,
whose address is Rt. 4, Box 216-D,
Pensacola, Florida 32503. The name and
.60 address of the Personal Representa-
2456 .74 5.60 tive's Attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the Estate are required, WITH-
IN THREE MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file with the Clerk
of the above Court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and must
943 26.97 2.40 indicate the basis for the claim, the
93 29 2.4 name and address of the creditor or his
agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim is not yet due, the
date when It will become due shall'be
ins, stated. If the claim is contingent or
940 8.5 1.60 unllquidated, the nature of the uncer-
940 8.35 1.60 tainty shall be stated. If the claim is
on 3792 168.25 1.60 secured, the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies of the claimto the Clerk to enable
Whit- the Clerk to mail one copy to each
Personal Representative.
5 5.03 1.60 All persons interested In the Estate to
3401 9.91 2.40 whom.a copy of this Notice of Admini-
stration has been mailed are r required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS'FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections
3413 31.05 2.40 they may have that challenges the
validity of the Decedent's Will, the
qualifications of the Personal Repre-
sentative, or the venue or lurlsdiction of
ing- the Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND
3429 32.68 2.40 OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Vhit- Notice of Administration: May 5, 1977.
1044 5.06 2.40 .s- Carole W. Hixon Dunn,
Personal Representative of the
Estate of Carl W. Hixon, deceased.
2596 52.57 1.60 ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL RE-
PRESENTATIVE:
2645.010 30.07 1.60 FRED N.WITENPA
RISH & WITTEN, P.A.
303 4th Street
st- Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
6349.010 1,854.24 3.20 Telephone: 904-229-8211 2t5-5
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREIY GIVEN that the
Board of Cgunty Commissioners, at their
regular meeting on May 24, 1977, at 7:00
P.M., C.D.T., In the County Commis-
138 52.20 2.40 sioners Room at Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, will
consider the adoption of an ordinance
with the following title:
)O. PRIDGEON, AN ORDINANCE REGULATING
Y TAX COLLECTOR THE INSTALLATION, INCLUDING
ALTERATIONS, REPAIRS AND
TY COURT HOUSE REPLACEMENT, OF PLUMBING
JOE, FLORIDA PIPING, FITTINGS, FIXTURES,


EQUIPMENT AND APPURTEN-
ANCES WHICH MAY BE CON-
NECTED TO ANY WATER AND
SEWERAGE SYSTEM IN GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
FOR THE ISSUANCE OF PERMITS
AND COLLECTION OF FEES
THEREFORE; PROVIDING PENAL.
TIES FOR THE VIOLATION THERE-
OF; REPEALING ALL ORDINAN-
CES AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT THEREWITH; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIO-
NERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
-s- Everett Owens, Jr.
Chairman
-s- George Y. Core
Clerk


NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Commissioners, at their
regular meeting on May 24, 1977, at 7:00 3
P M., C.D.T., In the County Commis-
sioners Room at Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, will
consider the adoption of an ordinance
with the following title:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING OR. ,
FINANCE NO. 76-1 REQUIRING A'
PERMIT FOR THE INSTALLATION
OF TEMPORARY ELECTRICAL
HOOKUPS FOR CONSTRUCTION
PURPOSES; PROVIDING FOR THE
INSPECTION OF SUCH HOOKUPS;
PROVIDING FOR A FEE FOR THE
:ISSUANCE OF SUCH PERMIT and -
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION-
ERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
-s- Everett Owens, Jr.
Chairman
-s- George Y. Core
Clerk


NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Commissioners, at their
regular meeting on May 24, 1977, at 7:00
P.M., C.D.T., In the County Commis:
sioners Room at Gulf County Court.
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, will;
consider the adoption of an ordinance
with the following title:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING OR-
DINANCE NO. 75.1 PROVIDING FOR
THE ISSUANCE OF A PERMIT FOR
THE INSTALLATION OF MOBILE
HOMES IN GULF COUNTY; RE;
QUIRING THAT SUCH INSTALL,
TION COMPLY WITH STATE AND
FEDERAL REGULATIONS; PRO.
VIDING FOR THE INSPECTION OF
SAID INSTALLATION; PROVIDING
A FEE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF
SUCH PERMIT; AND PROVIDONG-.
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION.
NERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
-s- Everett Owens, Jr.
Chairman
-s. George Y. Core
Clerk


Awards Night

Next Tuesday

At Hi School


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David Stoutamire, left, President of the the band to Bandmaster Ray Smith.
Quarterback Club, presents a $100 check for -Star photo


Club Contributes to Band Uniform Fund


The Port St. Joe Quarter-
back Club has been instru-
mental in recent years in
getting needed items for the
various athletic activities at
Port St. Joe High School.
Recently, however, they ex-
panded their efforts to the
Port St. Joe High School Band
by presenting the band with a
$100 check, which will either
be used to defray expenses to
State contest in Jacksonville,
or be used toward the pur-
chase of new uniforms. The
gift was made in recognition
of the outstanding job the band
has done, in representation of
the school and community in
an outstanding manner.
Most of the community will
remember the formation of


the Quarterback Club which shrimp the Club was giving
had as the primary motive at away in a promotion for the
the time of construction of the mat. .
modern bleacher facilities at The Quarterback Club has You Are Cordially Invite
-the football stadium. How- accomplished many things for
ever, sii.ce that time they the athletic programs at the LONG AVEI
have branched out to support high school; projects which J ON 11 a
other athletic programs, would not have been done p
Last year the Club was because of lack of school funds Baptist Ch
instrumental in the renovation for these projects. But the club
of the baseball complex, and ,needs the support of the com- Corner Long Ave. an<
purchased a whirlpool bath at munity, in addition to the
a cost of $1,100. Currently they support of its members. SUNDAY SCHOOL .............
are working on projects to MORNING WORSHIP ............
finance the purchase of a CHURCH TRAINING ............
wrestling mat for the wrestl- EVENING WORSHIP ............
ing team, which is a fairly new PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)
sport at the high school. The
mat will cost in the neighbor- Rev. J. C. ODUM,
hoodof $3,500. Harold Thomas Equip basement windows Pastor A
of Wewahitchka was the re- with locks, not simple catches,
cent winner of 200 pounds of for optimum safety.
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GIGANTIC 3


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SAVE
UP TO


You'll find a tremendous selection of
furniture, appliances, floor covering, home
entertainment and bedding marked down :to
unbelievable prices during this 3-day sale.
Most merchandise is new, some used, some
scratched and dented and some floor
samples. So come early and take your pick of
fantastic savings!
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Kelly Goodman,
Owner


THURSDAY,


THE FOLKS FROM BADCOCK HOME FURNISHING
CENTER IN PORT ST. JOE WOULD LIKE TO INVITE
YOU TO THEIR BIGGEST EVENT OF THE YEAR
BECAUSE THE BADCOCK CHAIN STORES IS ONE OF
THE LARGEST IN THE SOUTH,I THEIR BUYING


FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY

3 DAYS ONLY!


POWER IS FANTASTIC, WHICH MEANS SAVINGS
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N, tects the health of our community

l C *more comfortable. If you're unde-
Scded about yr future, consider
I a career in Pharmacy. It's a field
A I LU of importance, responsibility, and
\ ; J^ challenge ... overflowingwith grauti-
Sftying personal rewards.

YORPHREXALL PHARMACY


A pharmacist daily assists the sick
and injured by dispensing to them
the most advanced medicine in
the world. Through'his product,
he eases the pain of tragedy, pro-


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Fern Nunnery of Port St. Joe
announce the birth of a' son,
Benjamin Fern, Jr. on April 1
at Municipal Hospital. He
weighed eight pounds, 31,


BUZZETT'S
DRUG S ORE
Ph. a-74371 317 Wfflhi
Cawmuht** Ddve* Windew
Penty ef Pros Parkli.


ounces.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and, Mrs. Henry Earl
Darna of Marathon, and great
grand mother, Mrs. Thelma
Culmer. Paternal grandpar-
ent is Betty Nunnery of Port
St. Joe.


'STUDENT SENATORS AT AUBURN
UNIVERSITY-These students have been
elected Student Government Association
senators at Auburn University. They are:
from left. Charlie Hart of Pulaski, Tenn., off
campus residents; Tavia Copenhaver of Port
St. Joe. women's hill dorms and Alan Hooley


Sharks Rap Rickards for


Final Win of Season


The Port St. Joe Sharks won
its final home game last
Saturday afternoon, with a 2-1
thriller over Rickards High of
Tallahassee. The win boosted
the Sharks' record to 20-4 for
the season.
Winning pitcher Keef Pettis
gave up one base hit and ran
his record to 10-1 for the
season.


of Rockledge, Fla., men's on campus. The
senators. 30 in all, were chosen during
campus elections April 14 to represent speci-
fic living districts or schools. They serve dur-
ing the 1977-78 year. Tavia is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Copenhaver of Port St.
Joe.


Containers galvanized with
zinc should not be used for
cooking acidic foods. Toxic
concentrations of zinc salts
may form.


Getting the base hits for
Port St. Joe were Keef Pettis
and Harlan Haddock.
The Sharks winning run
came after Craig Weimorts
walked, stole second and scor-
ed on a single by Pettis.
Friday afternoon at 3:00
p.m., the Sharks will meet the


winner of a Blountstown-Chit-
tahoochee game in Chatta-
hoochee as they begin the
play-downs for the state
championship. The Sharks
have defeated both Chatta-
hoochee and Blountstown
twice during the regular sea-
son.


S Comforter Funeral

Home
Gulf County's First
I Beginning 31 Years of N
Continuous Service

:*: Hortense & Rocky Comforter

::: Telephone 227-3511


8 h.p. Snapper'riding lawn-
mower with grass catcher.
Bill Rich, 229-4877. tfc 5-5

18' Fiberglass boat with
.cabin, 60 h.p. Evinrude motor
land trailer. Fun in the sun for
*only $850.00. Come by 612
"Madison St., Oak Grove. ltp 5

Just arrived: New shipment
plants, including variety of
.cacti, ivy, begonias, prayer
plants, ferns, plants suitable
for hanging baskets and many
others. Economy Motors &
Garden Center, 301 Hwy. 98,
Highland View. Call 229-6001.
tfc 5-5


NOTICE
If you are overweight, and
want to lose lbs. and inches,
feel better, gain extra ener-
gy, come to our meeting and
learn about our total nutri-.
tion plan. You have nothing
to lose but lbs. Money back
guarantee if not satisfied.
Monday, May 9 at 7:30 p.m.
'at Pier 98 Restaurant, Port
: St. Jle, Fla. ltc 5-5

: Lumber for sale, Simmons
:Bayou, .Woodie Busby, 229-
:6402. tfc 5-4

1973 19/2' Coachman Cadet
:travel trailer, self-contained,
sleeps 6, tandem wheels and
.electric brakes. Like new.
:229-8332. 2tc 5-5

13' fiberglass boat, 10 h.p.
'Mercury motor and trailer,
$350. Vic Burke, 229-8118.
tfc 5-5

: Sears Coldspot Frostless
SSpacemaster refrigerator-
freezer, older model but in
good condition, $100. Call 648-
5688 for more information.
ltc 5-5

1974 Honda 360 CB with elec-
tric starter, front disc brake.
Less than 3,300 miles. Call
227-4821 after 5 p.m. ltp 5-5

1975 CL' 360 Honda motor-
cycle, $700. Call 229-6022. It 5-5

New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tillers
A .d garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
center, 301 Hwy. 98, HV,
229-6001. tfc 4-28

Mother's Day Specials at
Jackson's Nursery; 1707
Drake Ave., Panama City.
Hanging baskets, pot plants,
house plants.

f For Your
MARY KAY
Cosmetics
Call
Wanda Brown
229-6132
tfc 4-28

46' diesel shrimp boat, fully
equipped and working daily.
Earning in excess of $1,000 per
week. Total price $18,600 with
some financing available. See
Capt. Watson on "Three
Bros.", docked at Wood's
Fisheries, Port St. Joe, or call
owner at 1-243-08552.
2tp 4-28


Memorial contributions to
the American Cancer Soci-
ety help in many ways.
They support cancer re-
search and public education
as well as other programs.
All contributions should
be sent to your local office of
the American Cancer Socie-
ty. Contributions should be
accompanied by the full
name of the deceased, the
name' and address of the
family memberr to whom a
memorial card should be
sent and the donor's own full
name and address.
Mail your memorial con-
tributions to Mrs. Jean
Atchison, Treasurer;
American Cancer Society, -
Box 82, Port St. Joe, Fla.
32456. '


DRAPERIES-Ready made
and custom made. Large selh
section of swatches to choose
from. Roche's Furniture and
Appliance Store, 209 Reid
Ave., phone 227-5271.
tfic3-i0

DRY cleaning carpets is
easier, faster, ans safer with
HOST. Rent our machine, St.
Joe Furniture, 229-1251.
tfc 10-23

"The Great Tide", a beauti-
ful hardbook edition is in its
sixth printing, one of Florida's
most famous historical novels
written by Rubylea Hall, for-
mer resident of Port St. Joe, is
now' on sale at Campbell's
Drug Store, Buzzett's Drug
Store, Pauline's Restaurant,
Economy Washeteria or con-
tact Mrs. Eunice H. Brinson,
229-4171. Ideal for gifts.
*tfc 4-7'

CB Radios, Johnson, Craig,
Surveyor, antennas, base sta-
tions, terms available. West-
ern Auto. tfc 3-4

FOR STANLEY HOME
PRODUCTS
Cag Betty Gilbert
648-7534
tfc 7-15

Custom-made wooden name
plaques, for mail boxes, front
gates, door posts, etc. Econo-'
my Motors & Garden Center,
301 Hwy. 98, HV, 229-6001.





3 BR, 2 bath, LR, DR, break-
fast room, large family room,
walk-in panty, washer, dryer,
refrigerator, stove, dishwash-
er, central h-a, w-w carpet,
garage, on 2 lots. Chain link
fence in back. 815 Woodward
Ave. Call 229-8145. tfc 5-5

3 BR, 2 bath home, fully
carpeted, large closet space.
Chain link fence. Phone 229-
6652 or can be seen at 106
Bellamy Circle. tfc 3-3

New brick home at 106 Yau-
pon Ave. 3 BR, 2 bath, dining
room, living room, den and
kitchen. Call 227-2291 or 229-
5302. tfc 10-7


Two lots on Marvin' Ave.
Phone 229-6792. 9tp 4-7

"VETERANS $300 down.
We have 2 new brick homes
for sale in Wewahitchka.,
These homes have 3 BR, 2
baths, central heat, carpet,
garage etc. 'HA and conven-
tional financing available.
Call collect 20,5-794-6711,
Dothan, An equal housing op-
portunity builder. tfc 9-23

Large three bedroom house.
Located in corner with, 1%/
, lots. Many extras. Fully car-
peted, central air and heat,
large den, living room with
fireplace, kitchen, garbage
disposal, large laundry room.,
screened back porch, sprink-
let system in yard. Also utility
house. Very private. Must see
to appreciate. For appoint-
ment call 229-4136. tfc-3-31

New brick home, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, fireplace, 1,800
sq. ,ftr.-435,000. Call 229-8119.
tfc 2-10

Beach cottage on DeSota St.
at St. Joe Beach. For informa-
tion call 229-6953 after 5 p.m.
tfc 2-24

Lot for Sale: St Joe Beach,
nice yard, with facilities for
trailer. 75' by 150' depth For
information call 227-8241 or
229-6129. tfc 1-20

Two lots, corner of Gulf St.
& Americus St., off 98, paral--,
lel to.U. S. 98, with septic tank
and well. Call 1-813-393-2467.
tfc 4-28


St. Joe Beach lots, by owner.
Call 229-8313 between 9:00 to
12:00 noon. 3tc 4-28

House, appears small from
outside, large inside, approxi-
mately 2,300 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2
baths, living room, dining,
room, family room & utility
room, carpet and custom
drapes. throughout, lots of
closet space, recently re-
novated, new roof, kitchen
with 17' new birch cabinets,
dish washer, garbage dis-
posal, newly .painted; fenced
back yard, Call 229-8173 or see
at 1031 McClellan Ave. tfc 4-28

3 BR house, 2 baths, 3 lots on
. Palm. Blvd. For informatidp
call 227-2181. tfc 11-4






Help Wanted: Apply in per-
son after 2 p.m. Conoley's.
Restaurant, Hwy. 98. itc 5-5


AVON
To buy or sell, call
Skinner, Rt. 4, Box 86E
amna City, FL 32401: Tel
collect, 1-769-0334 or w


APS
FORREN


Furnished apartments at
510 8th St. Call 229-6895 before
5:30 p.m., after call 229-6827.
'tffc 4-28


Furnished apartment for
rent. single or couple. 227-3261.
tfc 4-21
2 BR furnished apartment
for rent in town. Call 227-4421.
tfc 3-10






Why live in the crowded
city? Move your mobile home
to peace, quiet and 'tran-
quility. Water, garbage collec-
tions, yards mowed, live lei-
surely. Gulf privileges. Only
VA approved mobile home
park in Gulf County. Ski
Breeze Meadows Trailer
Park, 9 miles southeast of
Port St. Joe on Hwy S-30.
Come out and enjoy the quiet.
Call 229-6105. tfc 5-6

mobile home sites at
Rustic Sands Campground.
Mexico Beach. $30.00 month.
Laundry and rec hall. 648-3600.
tfc 12-9

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

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 3-3


1975 Grand Prix, fully load-
ed, including electric sunroof.
Black with red interior, asking
$3,950. For more information
call 227-8774. ltp 5-5

1963 Biscayne, good mill
car. Also 1 full size mattress
and box springs. Call 229-6506.

1973 Delta 88 Royale, new
paint, new tires, $2,195. 229-
9267. 2tp 4-28
1965 Pontiac 4 dr., excellent
running shape. $450.00. Dr.
Grace, 227-5331 or 227-3341.
tfc 4-7
1971 VW camper, "pop-top"
Call 229-2206. tfc 3-24

1973 Chevy pick-up truck,
r&h, ac, ps, pb, auto. trans.,
cainper top, $2,500.00. Call 648-
3600 or 234-9426. tfc 3-10



WANTED^^^


Bids wanted for preparing
and seeding Highland View
Sarah School. Bids must be in no
8, Pan- later than two p.m., May 20,
phone 1977, to Principal at Highland
'rite. View School. For more infor-
5tc 4-21 mation contact Josephine
Smith, at 648-5650. 3tc 4-28


Wanted: Yards to cut. Call
229-6563. 2tp 5-5


HOUSES -S

. Furnished,


Furnished small 2 BR
house, auto. heat, washer and
dryer, 229-6777 after 6 p.m.
tfc 4-14

Beach cottage for, rent. Call
648-5144 or 227-4421. tfc 4-7






There will be a VFW meet-
ing the third Tuesday of each
month in the American Legion
Hall. tfc 6-19

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

There will be a regular
communication of Port St. Joe
Lodge -No. 111, F. & A.M.,
every first and third Thursday
at 8:00 p.m.
R. C. CHANDLER, W.M.
F. E. Brogdon, Sec.


Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-2691. (24 hr.) tfc 4-28


Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 227-7657
tfc 8-19


"For Prayer Needs
Call 648-6260
Night or Day
For body, soul or spirit
tfc 2-3

FOR TV REPAIRS and
Zenith Sales see K&D TV and
Sound at 301 Reid Avenue. Call
227-2071. tfc-1-27

Wewa Builders Inc.
Com mercial Residential
Repairs and Remodeling
Custom Fireplaces-
Let us cover your house:
in rough sawn cedar.
No maintenance required.
Adds insulation to exterior
walls. Cheaper than alum-
num siding.
639-5316
8tc 3-24


Wewa Custom Cabinets
Specialize in all formica
covered cabinets. All type
wood grain available or
natural wood finish.
Free Estimates
639-5316


8tc 3-24


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Meets
Fri.at 8p.m., Sun. at4 p.m.
St. James Episcopal Church
Parish House
tfc 4-24


FILL DIRT
Front End Loader
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SON
229-6018
tfc 3-31

REPAIRS
Aluminum screens and doors,
carpentry, house repair, mill-
work, roof repair and re-roof-
ing.
SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
Phone 229-6018
Port St. Joe
tfc 7-22

All types carpet and vinyl
flooring installed. 10 years
experience. For free measure-
ment and estimate, call Ron-
ald Ross, 229-6822. tfc 3-3

LEWIS FLOOR CLEANING
All Types
229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 9-20


Septic Tanks Pumped Out
Carefoot Septic Tank
229-8227, 229-2351,
and 229-6694.


tfc 7-1


GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets -
Vanities Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
White City, Hwy. 71
Glen Combs
Shop 229-6017 or
229-6530
tfc 4-7


Complete Wood Shop
Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hwy. 98 W. tic 8-5 229-2763


11


House Need Cleaning?
House & Mobile Home
Exterior Cleaning
Our pressurized washing
rig gets rid of mildew and
dirt.
Reasonable Rates
Professional Service
Call 229-2482
Free Estimate
ltp 5-5


SRoof Trouble? .'
Call O'Donnell Roofing Co.,
We do shingles & built-up.
30 yrs. experience, licen-
sed and bonded. Also re-
modeling and repair.
Phone 763-5234
S25tc 5-5


STUMP
REMOVAL
No Lawn Damage
-Stumps are chipped
out
-Most stumps $12-$15
ea.
Call Panama City
763-8883
5tp 5-5


LEIGH ANNE'S
Polyester Outlet
All 100 pct. Double Knit,
$1.98 yd.
Hwy. 98, Highland View
(Formerly Roberson's
Washteria
tfc 4-21



Lawn & Gardening Needs
Feed
Lawn Mower &
Small Engine Repairs
Economy Motors &
Garden Center
301 Hwy. 98H.V.
229-6001 _.
tfc 4-28 *


KENT SERVICE CO.
GE Dealer
New & Used Applicances
For Service or Parts
Call 229-6394
tfc 4-28,


BRYAN'S Automotive
Repair Shop
Truck & Marine
Repairs Also
(Located behind Mexico
Beach Shopping Center
648-5152
tfc 4-2d



For
Pest Control Service
Call
BROCK PEST CONTROL
229-8117
tfc 6-2


CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY
Call Louise Varnum
Apalachicola 653-8056
15 percent discount on all
fabrics and naugahyde A limit-
ed time. tf 4-14

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Sand sves you about $100 yearly


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


BRYAN'S
Furniture Stripping &
Refinishing
Reliable and Reasonable
Call 648-5152
Behind Mexico Beach
Shopping Center
tfc 4-28


Tri-State


"Ithink it was something I ate."



kills bugs for
up to six months,


in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe. Florida


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle'

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reic Ave.


FOR SALE
Nice, two bedroom house
on lot with 150 feet fronting
'St. Joseph Bay in Highland
View, $15,000.00.

Two bedroom house and
six lots near Cypress Lodge-
on Dead Lakes. A good buy
at $7,000.00.

Three bedroom frame
dwelling in Oak Grove, in-
sulated overhead. In good
condition. A good buy at
$10,000.00.'
MEXICO BEACH
Quality residence (not a
beach cottage). Three bed-
rooms, 1\,' baths, plenty of
storage room. 99' x. 280'
wooded lot with grass, $35,-
000.00.

Lot (adjoins above) 99' x.
280', $6,000.00.

Trailer or building lot, 3
blo!&from beach, $3,950.00

Water Front Lot, real
buy, $15,000:00.

Trailer, in excellent con-
dition with 2 permanent
rooms added, tastefully fur-
nished on well landscaped
lot, $19,000.00.

FRANK HANNON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
227-3491
After Hours Call
648-5364 or 229-5641
2tc 5-5


Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?




For Cable TV
Installation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232"
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office


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PAGE TEN THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1977





Forest Lands Are




Important Asset


Florida has been blessed boundless beaches and water-
with a delightful climate, ways and vast acres of pine



Temple Watson



SSelected As



Outstanding Man

i The Board of Advisors for complishments and civic and
the Outstanding Young Men of political participation.
America Awards Program an- Approximately 11,000 Out-
nounced today that Charles standing Young Men from the
Temple Watson of Port St. Joe United States, will be featured
has been selected for inclusion in this prestigious annual
in the 1977 Edition of "Out- awards publication.
standing Young Men of Amer- Mr. Watson resides at 1321
ica." McClellan Ave., is married
The Outstanding Young Men and the father of two children.


of America Program is co-
sponsored by the United States
Jaycees and numerous other
leading men's civic and ser-
vice organizations through-
out the nation. Serving as
chairman of its 12-man Advi-
sory Board is Doug Blanken-
ship, U. S. Jaycee past presi-
* dent.
In every community there
are young men working dili-
gently to make their cities, as
well as their country, better
places in which to live. These
men, having distinguished
themselves in one or more
fields of endeavor, are out-
standing and deserve to be
recognized for their achieve-
Sments. The criteria for selec-
.tion include a man's voluntary
service to community, pro-
S..fessional leadership, aca-
demic achievement, business
advancement, cultural ac-


NOTE OF THANKS
We would like to say thanks
for the people of Port St. Joe
for the kind deeds rendered to
my wife and myself when she
had her accident and stay in
the hospital.
We wish to thank the
churches of all faiths for their
prayers. Wish to thank Brot-
her Billy Heaton for his spe-
cial services and deeds which
he did for us. We also would
like to thank the ambulance
service, for their good help.
And may God bless each of
you.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Taylor



f Q have a

nice weekend...


and hardwood forests.
The State's resources in
weather and water are well
known. Its forest resources
may be less publicized but
they are significant and make
a major contribution to Flor-
ida's economic, social and re-
creational well-being.

The 16-million acres of pro-
ductive forest land conserve
soil, and water, shelter and
feed wildlife and offer beauty
and recreation to people. They
also provide the raw material
for thousands of wood pro-'
ducts used throughout the
world. About $2 billion is con-
tributed annually to the state's
economy from the harvesting,
primary and secondary manu-
facturing, transportation and
marketing of timber.

The Department of Agricul-
ture and Consumer Services,
Division of Forestry, is
charged by the legislature
with the protection and the
promotion of proper manage-
ment and utilization of this
priceless resource.


Legal Advertisements


NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County will
.receive sealed bids from any
person, company, or corpora-
tion interested in selling the
County the following describ-
ed insurance:
Combination $5,000.00 life
insurance and Medical-
hospitalization insur-
ance as per specifications
on file in Clerk's Office.
Bids will be received until
9:00 O'Clock A.M., E.D.T.,
May 10, 1977 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
Gulf County, Florida
Everette Owens, Jr.,
Chairman. 2t-4-28

Addendum No. I for Project 1, 2, & 3
CONTRACT TO CONSTRUCT
BUILDINGS
NOTICE AND INSTRUCTIONS
TO BIDDERS
1. Proposals: Sealed proposals for the
construction, including the furnishing of
all materials, machinery, labor and
equipment, water, heat, utilities, trans-
portation and other means necessary for
construction of the buildings) listed
below (hereinafter called the "project")
pursuant to a loan contract between St.
Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Com-
pany (hereinafter called the "Owner")
and the United States of America, by the
Administrator of the Rural Electrifica-
tion Administration (hereinafter called
the "Administrator") and designated as
Project 1, 2 & 3 composite bids only will
be received by the Owner on or before
2:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T., May 12, 1977,
at its office located at Port St. Joe,
Florida, at which time and place the
proposals will be publicly opened and
read.
"PROJECTS"-1) C.D.O. Building
Addition at Blountstown, Florida; 2)
C.D.O. Building Addition at Beacon Hill,
- Flqrida; 3) C.D.O. Building Addition at
Wewahitchka, Florida.
2. Obtaining Documents. The Plans
and Specifications together with all
other necessary forms and documents
for bidders may be secured from
Charles A. Gaskin, Architect at State
Road 22, Wewahitchka, Florida upon
payment of seventy-five dollars ($75.00)
which payment will be refunded to each
bona fide bidder within ten (10) days
after the bid opening. Additional sets of
Plans and Specifications may be obtain.
ed upon payment of thirty-five dollars
($35.00) which payment will not be
subject to refund. The Plans and Specifi-
cations may be examined at the Office of
SCharles A. Gaskin, Architect and The
Owner. A copy of the loan contract may
also be examined at the office of the
Owner.
3t 4-21
NOTICE
Absentee Ballots for the Regular
:Election to be held May 10, 1977, may be
:applied for In person or be mailed from
:the Clty Clerk's Office, Port St. Joe,
:Florida, at any timeduring 20days prior.
Itn Election until 5 days before the
Election, (15 days) April 20, 1977, unthi
:5:00 P.M., E.D.T., May 5,1977. If there is
:a Run-Off Election, absentee Ballots
.:may be applied for from May 11, 1977,
:"until 5:00 P.M., E.D.T., May 20, 1977.
Completed Absentee Ballots must be in
-" the City Clerk's Office by 5:00 P.M.,
::E.D.T., May 5, 1977, for the Regular
Election and by 5:00 P.M.,,E.D.T., May
." 20, 1977, if there is a Run-Off Election.
: MICHAEL J. WRIGHT
4t.4.14 City Auditor and Clerk.


NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Webb Wrecking, Inc., in the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Gulf County, Florida.
Dated at Chicago, III. this 7th day of
March, 1977.
WEBB ENTERPRISES, INC.
By: Harold Gordon, Vice President.
4t4-14

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR.
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
AUBRAY J. ELLINBURG, Husband,
Petitioner,
and
SARA E. ELLINBURG, Wife,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: SARA E. ELLINBURG,
Whose address Is
P. 0. Box 720
c-o Kalmez Hotel
Clinton, Oklahoma
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, If
any, to it on Cecil G. Costin, Jr., 221 Reid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456,
Petitioner's attorney, on or before May
16, 1977, and file the original with the
Clerk of thi. Court either before service
on petitioner's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or petition.
WITN ESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on April 11, 1977.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
As Clerk of the Court
4t 4-14

NOTICE OF REGULAR
MUNICIPAL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that the first
primary of the election of the following
will be held at the City Hall Fire Station
in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, on
Tuesday, May 10, 1977: One Mayor-Com-
missioner, One Commissioner Group
One (1) and One Commissioner Group
Two (II). The polls will Open at 7:00
A.M., and will close at 7:00 P.M., E.D.T.
When there are more than two candi.
dates for any one office and neither shall
receive a majority of the total votes cast
for such office, then another election
shall be held two weeks from the date of
the first election, or May 24, 1977, at
which time the two candidates receiving
the largest number of votes In the
former election shall be voted on again.
MICHAEL J. WRIGHT
4t-4.14 City Auditor and Clerk

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Adoption of
CHERYL LYN GAINOUS.
NOTICE
TO: JAMES LESLIE SIMS, SR.
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
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
FRED N. WITTEN, Petitioner's Attor.
ney, whose address is 303 Fourth Street,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 and whose
post office address Is P. 0. Box 447, Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456, on or before May
26, 1977, 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, Gulf County,
Florida, this 25th day of April, 1977.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: -s- Margaret S. Core,
Deputy Clerk 41t 4.28


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5SeniorsMakingPlans to Attend Disney World


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1977 PAGE ELEVEN


Shrine of Memory


Select

Blue Granite GA LL E
and
Georgia Marble RALD
Memorials i

I -. -"


"All Kinds of Cemetery Work"


J'OSEPH H.~-
f/D'ANDREAJ
5/ 1926l 1972


p i' Bobn


Call

DeFuniak Springs

892-3213

K. Ingram, Owner, Mgr.


Ingram Memorial Co.

P. 0. Box 602, Hiway 90 West DeFuniak Springs
Across from the 'Airport


Graduation from high school
happens once in a lifetime and
for seniors attending special
graduation parties at Walt
Disney World, Grad Nite '77
will be an event to remember.
Members of the Senior class
of Port St. Joe High School,
will be attending Grad Nite
next Friday night, May 13.
Some of the entertainment
world's top rock groups will
welcome thousands of high
school seniors from Florida
and eight other states to their
own private party in the
Magic Kingdom May 13, 14
and 20.
The three all-night' parties
will begin at 11 p.m. and last
until five a.m. The graduates
will enjoy unlimited use of all


A BROKEN MATCH...
S4iOWS THAT SOMEONE /
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ASSURE IT WAS









Follow Smokey's advice--
break your matches!


45 major attractions (except
Shootin' Gallery and Treasure
Island), including the thrilling
Space Mountain in Tomorrow-
land.
Performing in the Magic
Kingdom on May 13 will be K.
C. and the Sunshine Band on
the Space Stage, Starbuck in
the Castle Forecourt and
Flash Cadillac in Frontier-
land.
In addition, Walt Disney
World's own entertainers, J.
P. and the Silver Stars, Banjo
Kings, Celebration, Michael
Iseberg and His Iseberg
Machine and Nick Russo and
Gabriel's Brass will perform
throughout the Magic King-
dom each Grad Nite.
For this special party, men
are expected to wear long or
short sleeved shirts with a
neck or bow tie, dress trous-
ers and dress shoes. Ladies
are asked to wear long or
short party dresses or a coor-
dinated jacket and pants out-
'fit with low or high heels,
boots or dress sandals. Stu-
dents must be suitably attired
to be admitted.
Approximately 149,000
students have participated in
the Grad Nite parties since
1972. This'year's seniors will
be coming from Florida high
schools as well as from Kan-
sas, Oklahoma, Arkansas,
Louisiana, New York, Michi-
gan, Virginia and Georgia.


Port St. Joe High School
Port St. Joe Elementary &
Highland View Elementary
Monday, May 9
Cheeseburger with bun,
French fries, cole slaw (cab-
bage, tomatoes and mayon-
naise), fruit cup, milk.
Tuesday, May 10
Chicken and yellow rice,
l, euce, .tomato, carrot and
radish salad, peanut butter
spice cake with peanut butter
icing, rolls, milk.


Wednesday, May 11 .
Barbecue beef on bun,
potato salad, tomato wedge,
peach crisp, milk.
Thursday, May 12
Spaghetti, toasted cheese
sandwiches, cabbage, tomato,
carrot slaw, chocolate pud-
ding with peanut granule'top-
ping, milk.
Friday, May 13
Battered fried fish on bun,
tartar sauce, French fries,
tomatoes on lettuce, choc-o-
dip bars, milk.


Funds Available to


Improve Wildlife


Florida landowners with an
interest in hunting, fishing and
wildlife can enhance the wild-
life habitat on their land and
receive partial payment for
their improvement programs.
Fred Stanberry, wildlife
management chief of the
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission, said, "The Agri-
culture Conservation Pro-
gram is better than having
your cake and eating it too
because some of the ingredi-
ents will be made available
without cost to the land-
owner."
The wildlife spokesman in-
dicated that many landowners
have expressed a desire to
improve the wildlife on their
land but are not familiar with
the Federal Aid program


which provides cost-sharing
revenue for approved wildlife
conservation practices.
Approved programs in
which many landowners will
be interested include prac-
tices of establishing wildlife
food plots, improvement of
wildlife habitat and cover,
planting of shrubs, grasses,
legumes and groves of trees
for wildlife. The program also
includes fencing to protect
wildlife food plots, dam con-
struction and certain prac-
tices for pollution abatement.
Stanberry said that land-
owners desiring to include
wildlife practices on their land
should contact their soil con-
servation agent and obtain an
application for the RE-10 wild-
life program.


"Flash Cadillac"'will be one of three The Port St. Joe Seniors will be attending
musical groups entertaining seniors this year Friday, May 13.. -Disney photo
at Walt Disney World's annual Grad Nite '77.



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Maurice Hildbold, left, owner of the local
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