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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: June 2, 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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Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1977


FOIJKIHIMYEAR, NUMBER 41


PHILIP DAVIS BILL HUGH1
- High Honor Graduate High Honor Gra


K-


ES SAMMY PARKER STEVE PIERCE DON
duate High Honor Graduate High Honor Graduate High Hc


Six High Honor Graduates to Address Audience


INA PITTS JIM ROBERTS
honor Graduate High Honor Graduate


11Seniorsto Receve ThirDiplomas Friday Night


Port St. Joe High School will send 117
white-robed seniors down the aisle in
the Coliseum tomorrow night, in their
last appearance as students in the
school, to receive their high school
diplomas.
The ceremonies will get underway at
8:00 p.m., when the High school band,
under the direction of Ray Smith, will
strike up the strains of "Pomp and
Circumstance". Senior Dorothy Gleim
will lead in the Invocation. Raymond
Sewell will lead in the Pledge to the
Flag. Class president, Sammy Parker
will give the class president's address.
The school has six high honor
graduates this year, who will develop
the year's class theme in short addres-
ses from each. honor graduate. The
theme of the evening is taken from the
Bible from the book of Ecclesiastes,
chapter 3, verses 1-8.
The six high honor graduates are


Sammy Parker, Jim Roberts,. Donna,
Pitts, Steve Pierce, Philip Davis and-
Bill Hughes.
Parker will speak on "A Time for
Every Purpose". Roberts has as his
subject, "A Time to Plant and a Time to
Pluck up That Which Is Planted". Miss
Pitts will speak on the subject, "A Time
to Break Down and a Time to Build up".
Mr. Pierce will develop the theme, "A
Time to Keep and a Time to Cast
Away". Philip Davis has as his subject,
"A Time to Keep Silence and a Time to
Speak". Bill Hughes will close the
messages with his thoughts on "A Time
to Love and a Time to Hate".
During the awards presentation cer-
emony,l Ted Cannon will present the
Rotary awards; George Tapper will
award the American Legion trophies;
;. a Gulf Coast doihiimfiiity college repre,
sentative willpresent h scholarship to a
senior and. L.I.A. Loca?1713, Local 1564
will give two.W. R. (Billy) Tapper


Memorial Scholarships.
High School principal Ken Herring
will present the Senior Class and
Superintendent of Instruction B: Walter ,:
Wilder will present the Seniors with
their diplomas .
Miss Phyllis Willis will lead the class
in singing the school Alma Mater and
Elijah Smiley will pronounce the
benediction.
GRADUATING CLASS
Leonard Ray Bailey, Carl Sylvester
Beard, Barbara Ann Bolden,i Vickie
Darlene Boyd, Dorothy Mae Boykins, .1
Thomas Eliot Branch, Robert Scott
Bryant, Viletta Lee Bryant, Travis >.
Scott Burge.
Cynthia Ann Cassani, Darius Flet-
cher Chambers, Mark David Collier,
Marion An'-Costing Michael Lawrence
Cox, T;homas Anthony Craft.
James Tony Dandy, Lemond Norris
Daniels, Lorenezo Daniels, Annie Ruth


Davis, Eddie Reese Davis, Philip
Henley Davis, Venessa Denise Davis,
Tamely Lee Dorman.
Timothy Wade Etheridge.
.Harold Fernando Farmer, Wilfred
Ken Farmer, Royal Chester Fennell,
Jay Byron Fleming, Deborah Kathrine
Fowler, Brenda Rena Freeman.
Mitchell Tyron Gainer, Donell Gar-
land James Edward Gathers, Janet
Ann Gautreaux, Travis Harold Gibbs,
Terry Lynn Givens, Dorothy Lynn
Gliem, Rebecca Jeannine Goodson,
Karen Michelle Gosnell, Dennis Neal
Griffin, William Stuart Guilford.
.Timothy Wayne Hamm, Frances
Carolyn Harper, Ann Elizabeth Harri-
son, Ewell Gene Harrison, Timothy
Harold Harvey, Timothy Edward Hat-
cher, Donna Joanne Herring, Rhonda.
Herring, Harold Loyd Hinote, Jr.,
Stephen Austin Hogg, William Jay
Hughes. -


Alvin Bruce Jones, Edward Dwayne.
Johnson;
Wendy Ann Keifer, Peggy Joyce
Kirkland, Pamela Denise Martin.Knox,
Karen Renee Koelle.
Stephen Anmand LaFrance, David
Scott Lamberson. Jonathan Lane, Ray-
mond Eugene Lawrence, Jr., Roy
Wayne Layfield, Geraldine Elizabeth
Lewis, Tammy Kaye Locke, Patricia
Nadiie Lowery.
Margaret Kaye McInnis, Pamela
Diane McClamma, Carl Steven Mc-
Clamma, Timothy Palmer McLeod,
Tamera Lynn McMillian, Tina Dianne
Machen, Norman Gerald Martin.
Ray Charles Pace, Gina' Lee Pai'isi,`
Sammy Chason Parker, Jr., Joseph
Dewayne Patterson, Barton Keef Pet-
_ tis. Carolyn Doris Petty, Donald Boyd
Pickett, Stiphen Tracy Pierce, Donna
Marie Pitts, Troy Stacy Price.
Denise Elizabeth Quinn.


Connie Lesa Raffield, John Anthoriy
Rich, James Bentley Roberts, Jr-,
Sonja Seletta Robinson, Raymond:Al-
vin Rogers, Jr., Paul. Peter Ropelis,
'John Raymond Sewell, Elijah, Srfi-
ley, Sharon Denise Speights, Ronald
Bruce St. John, Barbara Marie Swart-
wood.
Cristie Malynn Taylor, Marlen Eu-
gene Taylor, Bobby Tompson, Darrell
Andrew Tillery, Kimbally Renee Tim-
mons, Varry Lee Turner.
Michael Timothy Ullman.
Pamela Nafaye Walker, James Ed-
ward Ward, Debbie Yvette Weather-
spoon, Sidney Darrell Weatherspoon,
Donald Dexter Whitaker, Lorin Barto
White, Jr., Virginia Frances Whitfield,
Jerome Curtis Williams, Roy Lee
Williams, Jr,,.David Anthony Williams,
Phyllis Elaine Willis, Vanessa Ann
Willis, Carol Lynne Wood, Rickey
Lewis Woullard, Clifford Wyatt.


Two Caught Ii Act of Burglary

Deputy Sheriff Arnold Tolli- possession of burglary tools of the Indian Pass Trading called for assistance, and
ver, while on routine patrol in and grand larceny. The juv- Post the prior week. Tolliver about one hour later the two
the Indian Pass area, early enile was released to the Divi-, thought that the suspects young men were apprehend-
Sunday morning, arrested two :ion of Youth Serivces, and might have returned to the ed.
persons burglarizing the In- Hicks is lodged in the Gulf store for another burglary, The grand larceny charge
dian Pass Trading Post, ac- County Jail under a $3,500.00. and upon checking the store stemmed from the theft of a
cording to Gulf County Sheriff bond. lushed two persons from the battery, taken. earlier ,that
Ken Murphy. .' Deputy Tolliver, while store and into a wooded area. night from a tractor belonging
Arrested were a 15&year old checking an abandoned- ve- :Found inside the store were to the Gulf County Road De-
juvenile from Apalachicola, hicle near the Indian Pass several large ice chests filled apartment.
and 19 year old Douglas Ed- Trading Post at approxi- with cigarettes, beer and Sheriff Murphy stated that
ward Hicks of Jones Home- mately 1:00 a.m. Sunday, May' other items which the perpe- he estimated the total value of
stead. Both have been charged 29, found items in the car that trators were about to take the property stolen and re-
with two counts of burglary, had been taken in a burglary from the business. Tolliver covered in excess of $1,000.00.
Assisting in the arrests were
S Investigator Jim Buchanan,
James Mock and Waymon
:' Hanlon of the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department and

S. the Franklin County Sheriff's
Department.


I. Gulf Projects
2L..: ,[; ",..,t ,


the loot taken from the Indian Pass Trading
Post early Sunday morning.


H. A. Campbell Died Tuesday

Henry A. Campbell, promi- terian Church, the Gideon Funeral services will be
nent businessman here in Port Bible Society and was involv- .held this afternoon at 3:00
St. Joe for many years, died ed in the civic activities of the p.m., from the Presbyterian
late Tuesday night in Munici- community. The veteran Church. Interment will be in
pal Hospital following a long pharmacist has been inactive Holly Hill Cemetery here in
illness. He was 76 years of age. in his business, church and Port St. Joe.


Campbell had been in the
pharmacy business here in
Port St. Joe for more than 30
years, coming to the city as a
pharmacist in the early 40's
and later going into business'
for himself. He has operated
Campbell's Drug Store at 210
Reid Avenue for the past 30
years.
Campbell was an active
member of the First Presby-


civic activities since the first
of the year, when his illness
began to worsen.

Campbell is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Floyd Campbell of
Port St. Joe; two daughters,
Mrs. Billy Gaillard of Mel-
bourn and Mrs. Carl Guilford
of Overstreet; seven grand-
children and two great grand-
children.


The family has asked that
in lieu of flowers, donations be
sent to the Faith Christian
School here in Port St. Joe.
The school and the JOY Clubs,
which Campbell helped direct,
were of special interest to
him.
Comforter Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe will be in charge
of arrangements.


Have Chance

for Funding
The office of Senator Law-
ton Chiles said this week that
the federal purse strings
would -be opened tomorrow
and pour out $150 million in
federal money to be used to
finance various public works
throughout the state of Flor-
ida.
This is of special interest to
Gulf County and Port St. Joe,
since the county and city have
a total of four projects on file
for financing for a total of
about $4.3. million.
Gulf County has asked for
funds to finance a water and
sewer installation at the Bea-
ches and in White City. The
City of Port St. Joe has
applications filed to finance 0
drainage program for the
eastern portion of the City for
$266,000.
County Finance Officer Jer-
ry Gates and City Clerk Mike
Wright, who have. filed the
applications for the two local
government agencies say Gulf
and Port St. Joe stand a good
chance of getting all or partial
funding, since the average
unemployment for the county
during the past quarter was
11.2 percent. Wright said,
"This qualifies us to receive
grant money".


TROOPER BILL GODWIN


FHP Trooper Bill Godwin

Now Stationed In Gulf
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Bill Godwin has taken
over the duties of the Patrol here in Gulf County, filling the
vacancy left by the resignation of Ken Murphy, who resigned
last summer to run for the office of Sheriff of Gulf County.
Trooper Godwin has moved to Port St. Joe from his
previous station in the Florida Keys and now resides with his
wife, Brenda and their two-year-old' daughter, Julie at 212
Ninth Street.
Godwin was born and reared in Escambia County and
has been with the Florida Highway Patrol for three and a half
years.
The young law enforcement officer says "It's good to get
back near home again."


Funding Ho

The State Department of
Natural Resources has placed
its stamp of approval on a
$29,250 grant for the City of
Port St. Joe for the purpose of
constructing recreation facili-
ties. The final OK for the funds
still has to come however, as
the State Cabinet must put its
stamp of approval on the
grant at their meeting in June.


Adult Institute



to Graduate.


Gulf County Adult Institute'
will graduate 93 adults who
will be receiving their high
school diplomas in ceremonies
Monday night, beginning at
8:00 p.m., in the High School
Coliseum.
James J. McInnis, director
of the county Adult Institute,
will preside over the program
which will feature an address
by Dr. Luther R. Rogers, with
the State Department of Edu-
cation, Tallahassee,
Rev. Robert M. Bay, pastor
of the Presbyterian Church
will give the Invocation and
Benediction. The Port St. Joe
High School Band will provide
the music for the processional
Gulf County Superintendent of
Public Instruction, B. Walter
Wilder will present the diplo-
. mas.
Special guest for the cere-
monies will be Mrs. Zola
Maddox, an early school tea-
cher in the Gulf County school
system.
The graduating class con-
sists of: Amy Joy Allen,
Carolyn Sutton Allred, Chris-
tine Bailey, Shirley Teall
Bentley, Minnie Leaberne Bi-
shop, Agatha Blake, Elizabeth
Sapp Brake, Linda Jean Dear-
inger Brannan, John Henry
Briggs, Virginia L. Browder,
Jerome Brown.
Glenda W. Carr, Deborah
Lynn Carroll, June Nunery
Causey, Linda Clark, Shirley
Wood Colvin, Lynette Phillips
Cothern, Tommy 0. Cotter,
Michael Cox, Martha Frances
Craft, Teena M. Bouington


hopeful for Softball Fields


The City has asked for the
money to construct a softball
complex in cooperation with
the Gulf County School Board
on the Port St. Joe High School
property.
The City's one softball field
is now badly overcrowded,
with even more softball teams
wanting to form and partici-
pate in this form of recreation


which is now sweeping the
country.
If final approval for. the
funds is given by the Cabinet,
the money would provide al-
most enough funds to com-
pletely build and light two
fields.
Tentative plans are to locate
the fields to the rear of the
High School.


Cox.
Amelia Godwin Davis, Car-
olyn Dawson, Carolyn De-
lobach Dixon, Shannon Ann
Duggar, Eldora L. Dunigani.
Wanda B. Flowers, Alice
Frazier.
Evelyn Ann Gardner, Jerry
Neal Garrett, Cynthia Ann
Gay, Harold Douglas Gray.
Danny Christopher Halli-
nan, Patricia D. Hanna, Wil-.
liam E. Hanna, Audrey Ann
Brock Hardy, Huston Hardy,
Dianna Williams' Harrison,
Debra Lee Henderson, Venes.
sa Ann Henderson, Rhoda
Tillet Hieber, Kenneth J. 'Hul-
ler, Sheridan Mae Handl: .:
Juanita Jenkins, Debra
Elaine Bewey Johns, James
Ben Johns, Michael Curtis
Johnson, Teretha Jones, Clif-
ford Eugene Jones, Patiicia
Ann Julius.
Kate Wood Kilbourn.
Mary Virginia Ard :Lee,
Jerry L. Lolly.
Becky Kirk Maxwell, Linda
Taylor Mayhand, Thomasnii.
Medlin, Sandra Gail Iewis
Miles, Elmer Scott Miinix,
Ben Morning, III, Eydie Char-
lene Murray, Cynthia Eliza-
beth McFarland, Kathy Mc-
Rae.
Ollie V. Nell, Joyce B.
Nelson, Jeffery David Norris,
Mary Lee Norris, Madie Kan-
sas Bryan Norris.
Joyce Edgar Parmele, Lou
Ettie Pate, Diane L, Pate, R.
Herman Pitts.
Aldonia Dawson Quinn.
Alice Diane Reagan, Brenda
Brake Richards, Martha H.
Roberts, Raymond W. Rob-
erts, Valerie Lynne RoyaL
Sharon Rebecca Gainous
Shearer, Odell C. Rentz Smith,
Janet Marie Stansel, Jean
Deveney Stebel, Brenda Fay
Stiner.
Toni Maxine Thomas, Wil-
liam B. Tootle, Doris Louise
Tullis.
Mable Itis Gray Ward, Tami
Anne Warriner, Clotel Wash-
ington, Shirley Hanna Watson, ,
Donna Wideman, Trade Lee
Williams, Roger Williams, Jr.
Theresa Young.


15c Per Copy,,


Sheriff Ken Murphy and Deputies Jim Bu-
chanan and Arnold Tolliver look over some of


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PAGE TWO THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fia,. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1977


,ED


WSSI~m9 M!DWtd

)ITORIALS:


Great Fut


for 'Gr

When the 123 seniors graduating
:Friday night entered school 12 years
L"go, they were the happiest people in
T.own. They had suddenly become
,"big" enough to go to school. Then
when they arrived in about the
:-fourth or fifth grade, it began to
seem to them that they would never
^get out of school. The senior year
=seemed so far away as to be almost
=unobtainable.
5 Now, here they are graduating
-from high school and entering the
World of adults and they are once
Again happy, just as they were when
=they entered the first grade. We're
-happy along with them.
Graduating from high school is a
Milestone in a person's life, just like
,=losing your baby teeth, learning to
=walk and talk, beginning to .,shave,.
"getting oldjnough to drive i thle
family= car. Graduating fr i- high'
school is just a little more, since it
signals the time in one's life when he
4 comes to the realization that it is
;now time to take the step toward




Others W(


It would seem to us that there
Tare many other counties around this
:area who hold our fears about
:joining a development group with
-Bay. County. Apparently they, too,
-feel that big Bay would gulp up all
^goodies which any development
:council may bring our way with our
:Eonly satisfaction being to help pay
^the bills and give enough warm
*:bodies to such an organization to
_make it fundable by the Federal
:'EGovernment.
Last Thursday, Bay County was
'.host to a meeting to sound out the
feelings of area counties toward
-founding such a council to replace
:Kthe Northwest Florida Planning and
'Advisory Council. They planned for
around 50 people to attend. Only 12
Showed. One of these 12 came from
.Gulf County; Port St. Joe's City


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ire Ahead


iduates

independence. Independence is a
frightening state _as well as a
welcome time in the life of a young
man or woman. Becoming indepen-
dent is what separates the adults
from the children and becoming
adults is the dream of all children.
The seniors are entering an
exciting time, especially with the
energy crisis which faces us. Amer-
ica was crawling along until a
generation, 80 years ago, took the
average man off his feet and the
back of a horse and put him astride a
gasoline engine. From that time on,
mankind has leaped forward. It was
an American which put him in that
position.
We would like to live long
enough to see what this generation
comes., up ..with-. to replace the.
[ gasoline engine and utilize another.
energy' s6rce. We have no doubt the"
improvement will be just as great as
the gasoline engine was over the
horse. There's a great future ahead
for our graduates.


-THE STAR --
SPubile s Every Thursday at sI wults Ave.M Port st. Joe, Florid
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Search Is

Still On


for Man
A search is still continuing
for the body of 28-year-old
Ronnie Taylor of 'Compass,
Lake, who drowned near Iola
Landing. Taylor drowned Sun-
day, May 22, about 4:30 p.m.,
about three miles north of Iola
Landing on the Apalachicola
River, when the boat, in which,
he and Miss Betty Lewis of
Marianna, were riding began
to take on water. Miss Lewis
was picked out of the water by
a passing boater, according to
Gulf County Sheriff Ken
Murphy.
The Gulf County Sheriff's
Department, Sheriff's Depart-
ment Auxillary, members of
the Gulf County Civil Defense,
the Florida/Marine Patrol, the
Florida Game and Fish Com-
mission and many other in-
dividuals have all joined to-
gether in the search, and
Sheriff Murphy has express-
ed his appreciation to all who
were involved.


For Classifi

Call 227-316:1


ETA OIN SHRDLU

By WESLEY R. RAMSEY

I---------------------------


That rain we received last Tuesday after-
noon and night was mighty welcome, but it
wasn't enough to do us for any appreciable
length of time.
We made it rain this time with our lamenting
over the dry weather, how long it has been since
the last shower, and to cap it all off, we received
shipment of a trailer-truck load of newsprint
Tuesday evening just as the rain was beginning.
Somebody else can do what is necessary to
bring on the next shower. We don't receive a
trailer-truck load of newsprint every week and
even if we did, we don't particularly relish
exposing $6,000 worth of roll newsprint to a
shower of rain. Moisture has a tendency to stick
it together and stuck newsprint is about as
useless as more dry weather right now.
T -.... __- -_-- ..-- .- -1 -


i saw were the cops arrested a man and
woman riding nude on a motorcycle in a town in
- q. Califgriin at 4:00 in theirntti'wg..,
,- :When, the cop stopped;: the couple, they
explained they were taking the ride to celebrate


ary of Bay


Clerk Mike Wright, who went just to
see what was going on. Another of
the 12 was from Walt6n County. The
other 10 were from Bay County.
Another meeting will be held in
June by many former county mem-
bers of the old NWFPAC to explore
possibilities of organizing another
organization under different rules to
replace the defunct NWFPAC. Since
most of the counties interested are
about our size, we hope our county
officials will look kindly on this
organization if plans are such that
we can live with them.
We still contend that we have no
business getting into bed with Bay
County where government money is
concerned. We just don't feel we're
big enough to pull our share of the
cover.


]Letters... to the Editor

May 30, 1977 place to which we can take
'To the People of Port St. Joe: members of our families in
.1 would like to take this time of sickness.
opportunity to thank everyone We do have a wonderful
ZTor their help and cooperation hospital and the staff is a very
!-in the first month of our hard working and dedicated
^Hospitality Shop operation at group of people. So, let's get
:,Municipal Hospital, and invite behind them and support them
:-everyone to come by the shop 100 percent. This hospital is
:and visit with us. for everyone in Port St. Joe, so
-: We also need a few more let's make it the best in the
volunteers to help out with the state.
Operation of the Hospitality I am happy to announce that
:Shop. So, if you have two or the Hospitality Shop showed a
.three hours that you can profit of $130.00 in its first
Empossibly donate to a very month of operation.
:,worthwhile cause, why not I also want to personally
-!drop by the Hospitality Shop thank the following persons
:or call Betty Gilbert at 648- and companies for their con-
:7534 and sign up now. tributions and congratulate
" The Hospitality Shop is them on becoming our first
.:operated by members of the associate members: Basic
^Hospital Auxiliary as a con- Magnesia, Glen W. Williams,
;7venience for the patients as B. R. Gibson, Citizens Savings
:-well as members of their and Loan, Florida First
'families. Any profits received National Bank, Tom. S. Colde-
;-w11 be used to purchase need- wey, Sylvachem Corp., and
ed items for the hospital, to try personal donations from
and make it an even better Peggy Stevens and Mrs. E.


Booth;
If you would like to become
an associate member of the
auxiliary you may do so with a
minimum donation of $10.00.
Sincerely,
Mrs. Betty Gilbert

.Mr. We~ey R. Ramsey
P. 0. Box 308
Port St Joe, Florida
Dear Mf. Ramsey:
Someone sent me a portion
of the May 19, 1977, issue of
The Star which included your
column entitled, "Etaoin
Shrdly". I enjoyed reading
your observations about the
two-day meeting of the State
Board of Missions at Lake
Yale Assembly, May 12-13,
1977. I agree with you that it
was a busy meeting!
Perhaps one of these days
our meetings will provide
agenda time for recreation.
Thank you for your in-
volvement and leadership.


Production Superintendent William Ramsey the awards earned by The Star at the Spring
and Publisher Wesley R. Ramsey, look over convention of the Florida Press Association.


Star Wins Two Awards In


State-wide Competition


For the first time since it
was established in 1937, The
Star entered the Better News-
paper contest of the Florida
Press Association this year
and walked away with two
prizes at the annual Spring
Convention held in Cocoa
Beach last week end.
The annual contest judges
newspapers throughout the
state with other newspaper-
men serving as judges. This
year, the judges were mem-
bers of the publishing profes-

Cordially yours,
Harold C. Bennett
Executive Sec.
Florida Baptist Con-
Convention
(Ed note: Dr. Bennett, I
wouldn't have it any other
way. I want those Baptists
with the tight-zippered pock-
etbooks to know their money
isn't wasted frittering it away
on relaxation and recreation
when it is supposed to be spent,
for business. Maybe next time
I'll just bring a cushion for my
tender sensibilities and wea-
ther the situation in much
better condition.)


sion from the state of Texas.
The judging was made in May
at a special meeting held in
New Orleans, La.
The Star, competing with all
other newspapers in the state,
with circulations between
2,000 and 3,000, won awards in
contents and appearance.
In the General Excellence
category, which judges con-
tent, writing, pictures, editor-
ial page content, etc, The Stiar
won third place in the compe-


tition. In a second category,
Excellence in Typography,
which judges appearance of
the newspaper from a make-
up and printing standpoint,
The Star took an honorable
mention, or fourth place
award.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ram-
sey, associates here at The
Star, went to Cocoa Beach to
the convention to accept the
awards for the local newspa-
per.


Is Oil Scarce?


Kiwanian Eldon Miller pre-
sented the weekly program to
the Kiwanis Club Tuesday,
using excerpts from the Wall
Street Journal pertaining to
the nation's oil crisis.
A full page article in the
newspaper, using quotations
from geologists, oil men and
economists pointed out that
the oil shortage is a matter of
economics rather than supply.
Miller read one quotation
made in 1876 by a geologist,
which stated that the nation


had less than a dozen years of
oil remaining-in 1876.
Most of the quotations by
geologists stated that only
about 75 percent of the nations
known supply has been pump-
ed out of the ground. This was
the oil easiest to get to. The
remainder can be recovered
but the cost will be higher.
Guests of the club were Key
Clubbers Chuck Hatcher,
Greg Chason, Suzanne Ham-
mock and Julane McFarland.


their sixth wedding anniversary. That isn't
exactly the way Frenchie and I celebrated our
sixth anniversary. I know we didn't celebrate it
like that because I don't remember how we
celebrated our sixth. Had we ridden down the
street nude on a motorcycle, I suspect it would
linger vaguely in my mind.
The cop, after arresting the pair, looked the
situation over, surmised they were not hurting
the sensibilities of too many people at 4:00 in the
morning and charged the man and woman for
driving without a drivers license on their person.
I wonder if they had on a helmet? That's
another charge, you know.

After the showing of the pornographic film
"Deep Throat" on FSU campus recently, a
group of North Florida legislators shearheaded a
drive to make universities form a committee to
screen campus movies. Rep. Ed Fortune, one of
the instigators of thenmovesaid a professor at the
University of West lJbrida is facing prosecution
for showing the film and he felt the same
yardstick should be applied at all universities
and their tax-supported activities.
Rep. Alan Becker, of Miami Beach, where
almost anything goes, said Fortune's amend-
ment would violate academic freedom and could
violate'free speech.
Our own Rep. Billy Joe Rich defended
Fortune's amendment by stating, "Pornography
is a matter of geography. Where Mr. Fortune
and I come from, 'Deep Throat' is not good for
young people."
I'm with you, Billy Joe; from what I have
read about "Deep Throat", it not only is unfit
fare for young people, but is also not fit for
viewing by adults, either: not even for Mr.
Becker.

Old Jimmy Carter is living dangerous again.
Last week he fired a Major General
stationed in Korea for disagreeing with the
Carter administration decision to remove troops
from South Korea.
Last week, President Carter had Major
General John K. Singlaub on the carpet in order
to rap knuckles for daring to make a public
statement detrimental to the President's will
and desires. President Carter found out the
General didn't make the remarks to try to
change the President's policy; he was merely
expressing his opinion.
I think President Carter has bit off a bit
much in this incident. Remember General
MacArthur and his little tiff with former
President Truman? After Tryman fired MacAr-
thur, the General became a full-fledged threat to
Truman's presidency and was the odds-on
favorite to capture the office from all contenders
for a while.
What I'm getting at, in a round-about way, is
that General Singlaub may just become a
definite threat to Carter succeeding himself
from this little fracas. General Singlaub may
become the martyr that will block any future
Carter plans to succeed himself for a second four
year term.
Now, the Joint Chiefs of Staff say they were
not consulted about the advisability of Carter's
move, which could have been good or it could
have been bad. It would seem to me that if Mr.
Carter were pulling out the troops because it was
the best thing for the country and Korea to do at
the time, it would seem that he would have
consulted the Joint Chiefs of Staff. If he was just
bent on pulling the troops out, no matter what,
then there was no need to ask anybody.
If we're just committed to conceding the
Orient to Red China, then it's best to pull out of
Korea now before any more money or lives are
spent in that situation. On reading the papers
recently about what is happening to the people of
Vietnam and Cambodia, it seems to be a pretty
heartless thing to do.


Classes

Visit the

Train
Two kindergarten classes of
Faith Christian School visited
the train terminal at Apalach-
icola Northern Railroad's en-
gine shop last Thursday morn-
ing. The youngsters, three and
four year olds, under the di-
rection of their teachers, Mrs.
Sherry Davidson and Mrs.
Vivian Bateman toured the
facilities.
Railroad personnel explain-
ed workings of the train to the
children, and gave them book-
lets on train safety. The occa-
sion was an exciting one to the
children, as they prepared for
the occasion by wearing their
overalls and jeans, in order to
look like real railroad men. .


PAGE TWO


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.' THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1977








THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1977 PAGE THREE


Last Rites Held for Infant Heather Veronica Bowen


Steve Cloud, left, son of secretary Teresa Hayes of
Charles Cloud of Port St. Joe, Anniston and president Ronny
'Steve Cloud N am ed to hasbeen elected vice pres- Skipper of Pensacola. Steve is
dent of the Ministerial Asso-
homore religion maior at


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S.Chatting with Steve are tion.



Cancer Society Pleased with Results


of Drive and Response of Workers


Bowen of Port st. Joe; a
brother, Christopher Bowen
and a sister, Pamela Bowen,
both of Port St. Joe; mater-
nal grandmother, Mrs. John
C. Sampson of Columbus, Ga.;
paternal grandparents, Mrs.
Martina Davis of Columbus,
Ga. and Mrs. Hancel Bowen of


Heather Veronica Bowen,
infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Karl Bowen, 527 10th St.,
Port St. Joe, died Wednesday
morning in a Pensacola hospi-
tal.
Survivors include: her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl

Craig Davis Gets
Engineer Degree
Linard Craig Davis of Port
St. Joe will receive a Bachelor
of Chemical Engineering de-
gree during regular spring
commencement exercises at
Auburn University. Com-
mencemnent will be held June 7
at -2:30 p.m. in Memorial
Coliseum where 22 doctorates,
134 masters and specialists
and 1,198 bachelors degrees
will be awarded.
Craig is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C.. Davis of Port St.
Joe.
Craig has accepted a posi
tion with Pittsburgh Plate
Glass in Lake Charles, La.,
and he and his wife will make
their home there.

CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank each and
everyone of you for your gifts,
cards and prayers during my
stay in the hospital and con-
valesence at home. May God
bless each of you.
Yank & Janie Zimmerman


Savannah, Ga.; paternal
great grandmother, Mrs.
Clara Monthey and paternal
great grandfather, A. Mon-
they, both of Germany; and
paternal great grandmother,
Mrs. Lizzie Maynard of
Toledo, Ohio.
Mass of the Angels was said


at St. Joseph's Catholic
Church last Friday at 11:00
a.m., with the R'ev. Father
David O'Shea officiating. In-.
terment followed in the family
plot of Holly Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home, Port St. Joe.


Sunday from 1-6
(No fish dressed on Sunday)
401 Garrison Ave.


The Board of Directors for


the Port St. Joe Unit of the
American Cancer Society
were pleased with the re-
sponse they received during
the crusade conducted by the
volunteers listed below.
Exact figures of monies col-
lected will be released at a
later date. The goal set for this .
year has already been exceed-
ed.
Area chairpersons for this
year's crusade were Barbara,
Hallinan, Jessie Thomas and
Gillie McNair. They also ser-
ved as area captains along
^ with Audrey Anderson, Trixie
Rich, Elnita Cannon, Sue
We6atth -iigt.n', 'Mar g.Eraet ? ,
Mobre~iRPggy-Stri lmg,J3Edriari.
Laramore, Nadine Branch,
A Karen Davis, Sheridan Hand,
Betty Boucher and Dana An-
gerer.
Crusaders who participated
in the door-to-door campaign
were: Louise Stevens, Jean
Lamberson, Elsie Blount,
Elaine Jackson, Voncille
Tharpe, Carolyn White, Mary
Reeves, Elsie Parker, May-
dell Pettis, Judy Whitaker,
Elaine Maige, Audrey Par-
rish, Del Fadio, Louise Park-
er, Von Bouington, Polly
Sowers, Linda Johnson, Hazel
Blackburn, Ann Pridgeon,
Treva Bergeron, Fran Smith,
Cynthia Howard, Ida Copen-
haver, Helen Baldwin, Linda
Cox, Phyllis Alstaetter, Edith
Stone, Gloria Miller, Betty
Herring, Sharon Everett, Cat-
herine Minger, Laura Ram-
sey, Vera Lowry, Nancy Buz-
zett, Dawne Ford, Electa Doc-
kery, Betty Rich, Jenny Rich-
ards, Jo Sealey, Millie Mc-
Curdy, Margaret Costin, Lu-
| cille Suber, Mary Harrison, I
Lila Smith, Shirley Ramsey, I
.Marty Ray, Maxine Robinson.
Also serving as crusaders
were:' Audrey Anderson,
Charlene Murray, Candy
Neel, Trixie Rich, Elnita Can-
non, Sarah Kemp, Sue Wea-i
thington, Margaret Moore, A
Peggy Stripling, Levon Strip-
ling, Susan Goodson, Dora
Dunigan, Lynn Laramore,
Lisa Laramore, Jan Arm-
strong, Nadine Branch, Mae
Creamer, Jean Peters, Wayra
Peterson, Betty Dady, Bar-
bara Weeks, June Haddock,
Jewell Burkett, Brenda Lynn,
Marion Deeson, Vickie Dee-
son, Barbara Ann Deeson, Lou
Mork, Brenda Butler, Sheri-
dan Hand, Marion Mims, Lin-
da Williams, Betty Heathcock,
Barbara Watkins, Louise
Schweikert, Betty Jones,
Benny Hunter, Carol Hodges,
Diane Stanton, Sylvia Whaley,
Pauletta Campell, Dana An-
gerer.
Also: Mary B. Sims, Debra
Lary, Janis Addison, Dorothy
Bailey, Ruby Lee Farmer,
Deborah Shackleford, Retha
M. Tiller, Gwen Sims, Lynda
r- McGee, Vicky Sapp, Christine
Batson, Henry Thomas, Gillie
L. McNair, Charlie M. King,
Kathryn Knox, Mary Free-
man First Born Church, and
Rev. 0. T. Stallworth, Church
of God in Christ.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1977


Miss Kathrn LaNell Chason Becomes


Bride of James Ellis Syfrett On May 15


Double-ring vows, spoken
before an altar adorned with
spring flowers of pink and
white, in the candelight glow
of the First United Methodist
Church united Kathryn LaNell
Chason and James Ellis Sy-
'frett in marriage on May 15.
The Rev. Johnie McCurdy
officiated at the 3:30 p.m.
ceremony, written by the
bride.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr 'and Mrs. Williston L.
Chason of Port St. Joe. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Troy B. Syfrett of
Alford.
Billy Rich presented an
organ prelude of both classical
and contemporary music and
accompanied Kim Davis as he
sang "The Twelfth of Never",*
"The Wedding Song", "Sun-
,. rise, Sunset", and "The Lord's
Prayer".
The bride, given in marri-
age by her father, wore a
formal white gown, of her own
design, made of imported silk
organza over bridal quiana.
Imported white lace outlined
the flowing sleeves and softly
gathered skirt. The fitted
: bodice was accented by a soft
:cumberbund of silk organza
which was secured by a bow of
.the same material. Her dark
beauty was enhanced by a
large picture hat of silk organ-
za adorned with two silk
flowers. She carried a formal
' cascade of gardenias and
white orchids.
Mrs. Tom Duke, sister of the
bride and matron of honor,
was the only attendant. She


SHarry L. Fords

1lIo Obserre 50lh
" Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ford will
.. host a reception honoring Mr.
and Mrs. Harry L. Ford on
their golden wedding anni-
versary, next Sunday, June 12,;
from 2:30 4:30 at the Long
3 Avenue Baptist Church.
All friends andrelatives are .
cordially -ihVit4i "to .atfeh'd-
The Fords request no gifts
please.


Carmelita Gant

Is FMC Grad
Carmelita A. Gant gradu-
ated Cum Laude from Florida
Memorial College in Miami on
May 22. She received her
Bachelor of Science degree in
Criminal Justice at the ninty-
seventh annual commence-
ment exercises. Florida
Memorial College is a private
Baptist related institution. She,
is also a 1972 graduate of Port
St. Joe High School.
Carmelita is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian F. Gant,
Sr. of Port St. Joe. She is the
1 granddaughter of Mrs. Lela
Gant of Port St. Joe, and Rev.
and' Mrs. George Baker of
Blountstown.

SNancy Noble Is

:Honor Grad
Nancy Carol Noble of Port
St. Joe has been graduated
form Wesleyan College in
Macon, Ga., with high honors.
She was named to "Who's Who
in American Colleges and Uni-
versities" and was a member
of honorary scholastic society
Phi Kappa Phi.
Miss Noble is the daughter
Sof MIrs. Charles F. Noble, Sr.
Sof Port St. Joe.


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was attired in a formal tiered
gown of floral voile which
featured a fitted waistline and
a gently scooped neckline,
joined at the shoulders by
delicate voile bows. She car-
ried two long-stem sonja
roses.
Serving the bridegroom as
best man was his father.
Ushers included Russell and
Gregg Chason, brothers of the
bride; and Chason Mull,-a
cousin of the bride.
The bride's mother chose
for her daughter's wedding an
apricot formal gown of crepe,
accented by a floor-length
matching coat of lace. She
also wore a white gardenia
corsage.
The bridegroom's mother
was attired in a formal length
gown of champagne beige.
Accenting the dress was a gar-
denia corsage.
The grandmothers of the
bride, Mrs. A. S. Chason and
Mrs. Roy Hammond, both
wore blue gowns accented by
gardenia corsages.
The bride's parents enter-
tained with a reception follow-
ing the ceremony on the
church lawn. The pink and
white motif of the wedding
was continued throughout the
appointed area. Mrs. Walter
Johnson, M1s. Gary Melton,
Mrs. Leonard Belin, Mrs. Clif-
ford Sanborn and Mrs. Robert
Mull greeted the guests and
served as floating hostesses.
Presiding at. the bride's book
was Mrs. Al Cathey.
Serving punch were Mrs.
Fred Witten and Mrs. Phil


Beech. Serving the bride's
cake were Nancy Doke and
Lisa Melton, cousin of the
bride.. Serving the groom's
cake was Mr. Tom Duke,
brother-in-law of the bride.
Also; assisting in the serving
was Mr. Robert Mull, uncle of
the bride.
The bride departed the re-
ception wearing a white hand-
embroidered ruffled pinafore
with a fitted bodice and full
skirt. Tiny tucks adorned the
bodice which was edged with
pink silk ribbon entwined
through white lace. An orchid
lifted from the bridal bouquet
accented her attire.
The couple are making their
home on Thomas Drive in
Panama City.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Syfrett,
Alford; Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Syfrett and children
(Elizabeth Ann and Clayton),
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Syfrett
and son (Troy), Debbie Tur-
ner, and Martha Sessions, all
of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Mull and son (Cha-
son), Lindale, Georgia; 'Mrs.
Roy Hammond, Louisville,
Mississippi; Mrs. Jack Mahon
and Deborah Mahon, both of
Columbus, Georgia; Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Macon and
daughter (Kathey), Greens-
boro; Miss Nancy Doke, Bran-
don; and Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Beech, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.


Sheila Beth Harper Will Serve As Florida

Summer Student Missionary In Gainesville


The Sunday School Depart-
ment of the Florida Baptist
Convention has announced the
appointment of summer stu-
dent missionaries to serve in
the Missions Unlimited Pro-
gram, which gives first year
college students the opportun-
ity to work in different areas
of the state under the super-
vision of the Sunday School
Department.
Listed among the appointees
is Sheila Beth Harper, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy G.
Harper of White City. Sheila
will work in the Santa Fe
River Association under the
direction of James R. Mc-
Leod, pastor of Ridgeview
Baptist Church, Gainesville.
She will report, along with the
other 11 appointees, to Lake
Yale Baptist Assembly for
training on June 9, after which
she will work there for one
week before reporting to Pas-
tor McLeod on June 14 for


eight weeks of mission activi-
ties in that association.
Sheila is a 1976 graduate of
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School, having just completed
her freshman year at Gulf
Coast Community College


where she has been accepted
to the nursing program this
fall. She is a member of the,,
White City Baptist Church,,
where she teaches a Sunday
School class of first and
second grade children.


Sheila Beth Harper


Shores -

Freeman

Engaged

Mr. and Mrs. Carson A.
Shores of St. Joe Beach an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Pamela Sue,
to Robert.Ray Freeman Il,
sbn of MrNW And Mrs. Robef ~tR
Frebman,"Jr. of Port St. io.e
The wedding will be August
27, at seven p.m EST at the
First Baptist Church of Port
St.,.Joe. All friends and rela-
tives of-the couple are invited
to attend. '


CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. James Tan-
kersley would like to offer
their thanks to their many
friends for their prayers,
cards and flowers during the
recent illness and hospitaliza-
.tion of James. He is now home
and recuperating.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1977 PAGE FIVE


Dees Mark Golden Anniversary


S, s -
Virginia Harrison, hostess, Miss Kathy Sutton and her mother, Mrs. Ela Sutton.


Coffee Fetes Miss Sutton


Miss Kathie Sutton, bride-
elect, was feted with a morn-
ing coffee shower on Satur-
day, May 21.
For the occasion the social
Shall of the First United Metho-
dist- Church was beautifully
decorated in the bride's
chosen rainbow colors. Spring
flowers, floral napkins, and
pastel candles blended to pro-
vide a festive background for
the bride and her mother,
Mrs. Fred Sutton, and for
their many friends who called
to convey good wishes and to
enjoy the fellowship.
For the occasion Miss Sut-


Marks


50


Years







The Class of 1927, the first to
graduate from Port St. Joe
High School, celebrated its
50th anniversary with a dinner
in the private dining room of
Gulf Sands Restaurant on St.
Joe Beach. Of the nine mem-
bers, five attended the dinner:
Elizabeth Jones, now Mrs.
Mark Tomlinson, and her
brother, A. Morgan Jones, Ida.
Ethel Kilbourn, now Mrs.
Charles Brewn, Maybel Stone,
. now Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr.,
all of Port St. Joe, and Louis
Ellisor, now Mrs. Colvin Stab-
ler, of Fort Deposit, Alabama.
Enjoying this affair with the
class members were Mrs.
Nobie Stone, Mark Tomlinson,
Ralph Swatts, Sr., and Colvin
Stabler. (Deceased members
include Nobie Stone, Eugene
Smith, Arthur Williams and
Charles McKissack.
The Class of 1927 was unique
in that it was the senior class
for five years, from the eighth
grade through the twelfth.
Each year a class was added
as the students were ready for
it-and when the class gradu-
.ated in 1927, the school was
completely accredited, and
the students had no difficulty
in entering the college of their
choice. At least eight of the
nine attended college, two
.attending Florida State Col-
lege for Women in Tallahas-
see (now F.S.U.), and one
each at University of Florida,
Alabama State College for
Women, Brenau College in
Gainesville, Ga., Oglethorpe
'"College, Bob Jones College
and another a college in Ten-
nessee.
The principal of the school
in 1927 was J. L. Watson, and
the Superintendent of Public
Intruction of Gulf County,


ton was lovely in a beige dress
complemented by white carn-
ations.
The refreshment table with
its lace cloth over yellow held
silver appointments and a
large arrangement of rainbow
flowers in a silver compote.
Mrs. James Harrison poured
coffee.
Miss Judith Stone invited
guests to sign the bride's book
at a small round table which
was covered with a ruffled
yellow organdy cloth, high-
lighted with a single yellow
rose in a silver bud vase.
Hostesses were Mrs. Sidney


Anchors, Mrs. Robert Nedley,
Mrs. John Dickey, Mrs.
Lamar Faison, Mrs. Kenneth
Herring, Mrs. Jesse Stone,
Mrs. Robert Faliski, Mrs.
James Harrison, Mrs. Bay-
nard Malone, Mrs. Howard
Blick and Mrs. Clifford San-
born.
Miss Sutton will become the
bride of Lt. William Bailey on
July 20 in Jacksonville.



The avocado has more pro-
tein than any other fruit.


CLASS OF '27-Left to right: Morgan
Jones, Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., Mrs. Charles


Burt W. Spear. B. W. Eells
was chairman of the Board of
Trustees. Arthur Williams
was valedictorian of the class
and Nobie Stone, salutatorian.
The class president was Eu-
gene Smith and secretary,
Maybel Stone.
In addition to the Bacca-
laureate sermon, which was
held in the old Methodist
Church on Long Avenue, and
the regular graduation pro-
gram, the 1927 class enjoyed a
delightful banquet at the Port
Inn, and "Class Night"-a
night of fun presented in the
high school auditorium. There
were various parties, picnics,
boat trips, etc., honoring the
seniors, including a lovely
breakfast at the home of Mrs.
Thomas McPhaul. The colors
were green and white, and the
flower, the sweet pea. The en-
graved diplomas were en-
cased in beautiful dark blue
leather, ,rith inscriptions in
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Sunday, May 15, from two to
five o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. N.
E. Dees of 202 Iola St. cele-
brated their 50th wedding an-
niversary. Their three daugh-
ters and their husbands hosted
the occasion: Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Baxley (Mary), Mrs.
and Mrs. Charles Edwards
(Betty), and Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Conner (Abbie).
The guests were greeted at
the door by Mesdames George
Atkins, Raymond Hightower
and Claude Weston. The guest
book was kept by granddaugh-
ters, Cindy Baxley, Terry Ed-
wards, Pam Deans and Peggy
Witt, and a friend, Mary Dell
Adkison.
The party rooms were beau-
tiful with arrangements of
summer flowers. A lace cloth
covered the dining table, on
which was a three-tier cake,
golden punch, nuts, mints and
a cheese ball. The groom's
cake was served in the den.
Serving cake and punch dur-
ing the afternoon were Mes-
dames J. H. Fischer, Anyon
Obmascher, Ray Uhler,
Bryan Baxley, Richard Bax-
ley and Danny Baxley. Other
floor hostesses were Mes-
dames Dan Grubb, Martha
Cutchins and Cecil Annis.
Out-of-town guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kelly of
Osgood, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Annis of Hampton, Ga.;
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Kempson
of Rex, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.
Anton Obmascher and Mrs.
Ray Uhler of La Cross, Wis.;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ed-
wards and daughters, Mr. and
Mrs. Evan Edwards, Mrs. F.
H Fischer of Ellenton; Joe
Fischer of Bradenton; Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Wallace of St.
Petersburg; Mrs. Martha Cut-
chins of Eufaula, Ala.; Mr.


Browne, Mrs. Mark Tomlinson and Mrs.
Colvin Stabler. -Star photo


gold.
In Port St. Joe today are
three teachers (now retired)
who touched the lives of these
young people for good: Mrs.
Fred Maddox ("Miss Zola"),
Mrs. Roy Gibson. Sr. (Calla


Smith), and Mrs. Bernard,
Pridgeon (Eula Davis).
Hearts of th-'27 graduates till
beat with love and apprecia-
tion for these wonderful
people!


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


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gifts commemorating their
anniversary. They wish to
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to make this such a happy
occasion.


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CHURCH


Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth
Sunday School ................. .. .... ... 9:45 A.M.,
Morning Worship SerVice .............. 11:00 A.M.
Church Training ...................... 6:30 P.M.
Evening Worship Service ............. 7:30 P.M.
Prayer Meeting (Wed.) ................ 7:00 P.M.


"Come and Worship God with Us"


ElevenTry-Size Merle Norman Products (and
space for lots more) in our
smart 'Pakaway'beauty-care
travel kit, designed for
beauty on the go!
A $40 value for only .J
Merle Norman Cosmetics
can help you develop a
personalized program of total beauty care.
mERLE nORmAn COSmETICS
This offer is good while supplies la t.

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315 Williams Ave.


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FREE MOUNTING
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Size BLACKWALL WHITEWALL F.E.T.
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D78-14 22.00 24.00 2 09
E78-14 23.00 25.00 2 23
F78-14 25.00 27.00 2 37
G78-14 26.00 28.00 2 53
H78-14 28.00 30.00 2.73
G78-15 27.00 29.00 2.59
H78-15 29.00 31.00 2.79
L78-15 31.00 33.00 3.09
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* BankAmericard Diners Club
* Master Charge
*American Express
* Carte Blanche


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Plus S2.80 to $3.12 F.E.T. per
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Phone 229-1291 216 Mon.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1977 Gospel Sing

... .... ^w, *nll 1[-1[, 1wr dV r


Danny Maddox Carolyn Maddox


Mr. & Mrs. Dan Maddox


Graduate from BBI


Mr. and Mrs. James Daniel
Maddox graduated from Bap-
tist Bible Institute at gradu-
ation ceremonies held May 27
at the First Baptist Church,
Dothan, Alabama, presided
.over by Dr. James E. Souther-
land, retiring president.
: Mr. Maddox received the



Legal Ads

,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
HOLIDAY BEACH, INC.,
a Florida corporation,
Plainliff,
vs.
LLOYD R. CHEESMAN,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
Notice Is,hereby given, pursuant to a
SFinal Judgment of Foreclosure dated
the 17th day of May, 1977, and entered in
CaseNo. 77-38 of the Circuit Court of the
: Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, in and for
Q,Gulf County, Florida, in the above-
styled cause, that I will sell to the
* highest and best bidder for cash at the
Front door of the Gulf County Courthouse
in Port St. Joe, Florida, at 11:00 a.m., on
the 15th day of June, 1977, the following
described property in Gulf County.
:. .Lot 4, Block 6, Howard Creek Pro-
e': perties, an unrecorded subdivision
of that portion of the West 1/ of the
SW'4 of Section 5, Township 7 South,
Range 8 West. Gulf County, Florida,
lying South of State Road No. S-387;
also described as follows: Com-
mence at the Southeast corner of the
SW% of the SWA of Section 5, Town-
ship 7 South, Range 8 West, Gulf
County, Florida. Thence N 89 de-
grees 51 minutes 35 seconds W along
the South lineof said Section 5 for 630
feet; thence N Odegrees 9 minutes 25
seconds E parallel with the East line
of said SW'A of the SW'A for 325 feet
to the Point of Beginning. Thence
continue N 0 degrees 9 minutes 25
seconds East for 150 feet; thence S
89 degrees 51 minutes 35 seconds E
for 140 feet; thence S 0 degrees 9
minutes 25 seconds W for 150 feet;
thence N 89 degrees 51 minutes 35
seconds W for 140 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Also:
Lot 5, Block 6, Howard Creek Pro-
perites, an unrecorded subdivision
of that portion of the West 1/ of the
SWVA of Section 5, Township 7 South,
Range 8 West Gulf County, Florida,
lying South of State Road No. S-387;
also described as follows: Com-
mence at the Southeast corner of the
SW'A of the SWIA of Section 5, Town-
ship 7 South, Range 8 West, Gulf
County, Floridae Thence N 89 de-
grees 51 minutes 35 seconds W along
the South line of said Section 5 for 630
feet; thence N 0 degrees 9 minutes
25 seconds E parallel with the East
line of said SW'A of the SW4A for 175
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Thence continue N 0 degrees 9
minutes 25 seconds E for 150 feet;
thence S 89 degrees 51 minutes 35
seconds E for 140 feet; thence S 0 de-
grees 9 minutes 25 seconds W for 150
* feet; thence N 89 degrees 51 min-
utes 35 seconds W for 140 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
DATED thIs 18th day of May, 1977.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: -s- Margaret B. Core
Deputy Clerk It 6-2

BID NO. 225
The City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, cordially invites bids
pon the following described
item:
Construction and renova-
tion of Day Care Center
and Youth Center at Wash-
ington High School Site.
(Plans and specifications*
may be obtained at the
City Clerk's Office, P. 0.
Box A, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida 32456 at the cost of
$10.00)
Bids must be submitted to
'the City Clerk's Office, P. 0.
Box A, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456, on or before 5:00 P.M.,
E.D.T., June 21, 1977. Bid
opening will be held at the
Regular City Commission
Meeting June 21, 1977, at 8:00
P.M., E.D.T., in the Munici-
pal Building, Port St. Joe,
Florida.
-s- Michael J. Wright,
City Auditor and Clerk
3t 6-2


Diploma in Theology and the
degree Bachelor of Ministry in
Biblical Studies. Mrs. Maddox
(Carolyn Akridge) received
the Diploma in Religious Edu-
cation.
Dr. W. Randall Lolley, Pres-
ident, Southeastern Baptist
Theological Seminary, Wake
Forest, North Carolina,
brought the commencement
message.
Baptist Bible Insitute is
located in Graceville.
Maddox is pastor of Bethle-
hem Baptist Church, Cotton-
dale. He and his wife have four
children. They reside in Cot-
tondale, but their hometown is
Port St. Joe.


It Makes Sense to be Bullish On Americ4


-. u.,Ucuu -' 'I: : aat w hite Clity "Does it still make sense to and listed four things which America has the ability to and the high cost of pollution.
to Get Degree There will be a gospel sing be bullish on America?" Char- "needed fixing." produce and has the resources control.
to e Degree There will be a gospel sing les Boyer, guest speaker, ask- Boyer said the five things to work with; and America is Boyer summed up his talk
Ronald Dewey Herring, son at the White City Assembly of ed Rotarians at their regular which are in America's favor still rich in farmland, coal, by stating that he had faith in'
of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth God Church this Saturday meeting last Thursday. are: Americans still believe in iron ore, copper, and knows America because "We as a
Herring of Port St. Joe, will night, June 4, at 7:30 p.m. Boyer, a member of the hard work and saving; Amer- how to use these resources. people have a history of
graduate from Livingston Uni- Jeff Cain and the Singing stock firm of Merril, Lynch, ica is a politically safe land Things which "needed fix- turning our problems into
versity, Livingston, Alabama Samaritans will be the fea- Pierce, Fenner and Smith in with domestic peace and sta- ing", according to the speaker opportunities.
:, on June 4. Commencement turned group. The pastor, Rev. Pensacola, gave five reasons ability; the nation has the were: the high rate of chronic Guests of the club were
exercises are scheduled for 11 Bobby Taylor, invites every- why America is still a land world's most efficient and inflation; government defi- Wheelettes Dorothy Boykins
a.m. one to attend. worthy of financial confidence advanced capital market; cits; the high cost of energy and Theresa Sweet.

L^&n------------------------


Miss Eva Maddox


Taken Into

Honor Society
Eva Maddox, a junior at
Auburn University, was re-
cently initiated into Pi Sigma
Alpha, the national political
science honor society for out-
standing students in the field
of political science. In order
for students to qualify for
membership they must main-
tain a 2.25 grade point average
on a 3.0 scale in political
science and be among the
upper third of their class at
Auburn University.,
Eva is presently serving as
an executive assistant to the
Student Government Associa-
tion president, secretary -
general for the Southeastern
Invitational Model United
Nations and is a member of
Sigma Tau Delta, the national
honorary for outstanding Eng-
lish students. She is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. David B.
Maddox and a 1974 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School.


GCCC Board

Meeting Here
The regular June meeting of
the Gulf Coast Community
College District Board of
Trustees will be held in the
Gulf County Courthouse here
in Port St. Joe at 10:00 a.m.,
today.
This represents a change of
venue for the meeting which is
normally held on the college's
Panama City campus.

~=- 00YA -.,


Sturgeon is the largest fresh-
water fish and can weight
2,250 pounds.


I 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.

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


Two Roof Turbine Vents Can Provide The
Equivalent of One-Ton Cost Free Coolingl


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, Ed Creamer Promoted
Eddie Creamer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Creamer of Port,
St. Joe, has been promoted to
rCadet Corporal for the
academic year 1977-78. He Was
also selected as a member of
the training cadre for the new
cadets.
Eddie is presently attend-
ing The Citadel in Charleston,
S.' C., on a four year marine
scholarship.
He is a member of The Fel-
lowship of Christian Athletes,
the Semper Fidelis frater-
nity, the Protestant Chapel
Choir and a letterman on the"
varsity lacrosse team. He
was also recently named to
the Commandant's Distin-
guished Service List for out-
Eddie Creamer standing cadets on campus.


St. Clair to Head


Gulf County Unit


The Board of Directors of
the Gulf County Unit of the
American Cancer Society held
its regular meeting, May 26,
with the Rev. Johnie Mc-
Curdy, president, presiding.
The first order of business
was election of officers for
1977-78. Those nominated and
elected were:
J. J. St. Clair, president;
Mrs. Jessie Thomas, vice
president; Mrs. Polly Sowers,
secretary; Mrs. Jean Atchi-
son, treasurer; Mrs. Barbara
Hallinan, Crusade chairman;
Mrs. Gilley McNair, vice Cru-
sade, chairman; Rev. Johnie
McCurdy, business chairman;


Mrs. Polly Sowers, service
chairman; Mrs. Sara Maddox,
professional education; Mrs.
Sara Fite, public education
and Mrs. Frenchie Ramsey,
public information.
House-to-House Chairman
for 1977, Mrs. Barbara Halli-
nan, reviewed a breakdown of
the total contributions in this
year's crusade. Mrs. Sally
Bond, Executive Unit Direc-
tor of Panama City present-
ed for consideration and
action the proposed date for
the "Pap Smear" programs in
Gulf County. Members were
assigned their duties for this
project'.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1977 PAGE SEVEN


School Children Visit

State's New Capitol


Faith Christian School's
first and second graders en-
joyed a visit to the State
Capitol on Wednesday, May
25.
They toured the recently
completed Archives Building,
seeing many items of histori-
cal interest. The first graders
went from there to the Talla-
hassee Junior Museum.
The second graders visited
the Capitol where they ob-
served the legislature and
spoke with Rep. Billy Joe
Rish Lt. Governor. Jim Wil-
liams met with the boys and


girls in the Governor's Con-
ference Room, speaking with
them briefly and answering
their many questions. The
children presented the Lt.
Gov. with a jar of the area's
delicious honey.
Their tour of the Capitol
ended with a visit to the Gov-
ernor's office where each
child had an opportunity to sit
in the Governor's chair.
The two classes met to-
gether again at the Junior
Museum.
A good time was had by all
25 students and 10 adults.


Completes Training


Marine Private Danny C.
Hallinan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry W. Hallinan of Port St.
Je, has completed recruit
training at the Marine Corps
Recruit Depot, San Diego.
During the 11-week training
cycle, he learned the basics of
battlefield survival. He was
introduced to the typical daily
routine that he will experience
during his enlistment and
studied the personal, and pro-
fessional standards tradition-
ally exhibited by Marines.
A 1976 graduate of Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School, he
joined the Marine Corps in
February, 1977.


Priv. Danny C. Hallinan


FOR HELP?


1973 Honda 450, $600. Call
:229-6012. 1tc 6-2

Underwood office model
Typewriter, works good, $35;
RC Allen manual cash regis-
ter, $75; old shallow well
! piston type pump, $35; roller
skates, size 10, $8; Vic Burke
in White City. Call 229-8118.
S 3tc6-2

; 1973 2 BR 2 bath mobile
home, 12' x 60', $6,000 cash.
Call 648-5297. Itc 6-2

1973 Yamaha 360MX motor-
cycle. Good condition, $400.
Call 227-5271 days. Itc 6-2


For Your
MARYKAY
Cosmetics
Call
Wanda Brown
229-6132
tfc 4-28

DRAPERIES-Ready made
and custom made. Large sel-
ection of swatches to choose
from. Roche's Furniture and
Appliance Store, 209 Reid
Ave., phone 227-5271.
tfc 3-10

CB Radios, Johnson, Craig,
Surveyor, antennas, base sta-
tions, terms available: West-


ern Auto. tfc 3-4
YARD SALE -
Saturday, June 4, 8-5, Pin- '"The Great Tide", a beauti-
eda St., St. Joe Beach. Clothes, ful hardbook edition is in its
.furniture and appliances. Also ; sixth printing, one of Florida's
, portable TV, 15,000 BTU air most famous historical novels
icond, andt1975:Yamnaha.650. V;'rritten-br- RupylIt.Hall, fdr-'
tp 6-2 mer resident of Port St Joe, is
now on sale at Campbell's
GARAGE SALE Drug Store, Buzzett's Drug
Friday and Saturday, June 3 StQre, Pauline's Restaurant,
!,and 4, several families. Economy Washeteria or con-
T.Cothes and misc. items. Loc- tact Mrs. Eunice H. Brinson,
ated at 445 Second Ave., High- 229-4171. Ideal for gifts.
land View. ltc 6-2 tfc 4-7'


2 BR and 2 full baths,
slightly used mobile home, 12
x 65,, many extras. No equity,
take up payments. Call after
6:30 648-5457. tfc 5-27

25" Curtis Mathis TV color
console. Perfect condition.
$195.00 firm. Call 648-4836.
tfc 5-26

Refrigerator, avocado, 58"
x 31'/", good for camp or
beach cottage. 229-6085.
2tc 5-26

14' fiberglass fishing boat
with galvanized trailer, no
m otor, price $375.00. Call Hig-
ddn Swatts at 229-7222 or 229-
6300. tfc 5-19

14' fiberglass boat, with. 20
h.p. Mercury, excellent shape,
$800.00. Can be seen at 1304
Palm Blvd. 229-5502. tfc 5-19

For
S MWAY
Products
Call 648-7581


tfc 5-12

Books-Select from thou-
sands of paperbacks up to $2
value, your choice 25c. New
hardbacks up to $14 values,
your choice $1. Will swap on a
2 for 1 basis. Edgewater
Shoppes, Mexico Beach.
tfc 5-12

55 x 10 New Moon mobile
home, unfurnished, $1,000.00.
229-6490. tfc 5-12

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

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

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


New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tillers
and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center, 301 Hwy. 98, HV,
229-6061. tfc 4-28

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


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 member 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.






Lot for sale: 1600 block on
Monument Ave. Call after 5
p.m. 227-7111. tfc 5-26

1976 Dirocco double-wide
mobile home, 2 screened-in
porches. Must be seen to
appreciate. On St. Joe Beach,
648-7696. ltp 6-2

Mc's Pawn Shop, home and
three lots. Will consider other
home near town or travel
mobile home. 102 5th St., H.V.
4tp 5-19

For sale by owner: 3 BR
house on corner lot, includes
stove, refrigerator and 28,000
BTU air cond., newly installed
central heat. Phone 229-6506 or
may see at 210 16th St.


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

Three BR house, 1315 Long
Avenue. Call 229-4031 or 648-
6986. tfc 5-12

Three bedroom house in
White City, $8,000 cash. Phone
229-6015. 4tp 5-12

3 BR, 1 bath, living room,
separate dining room, den,
large kitchen with eating
area, large lot. 619 Garrison
Avenue, phone 227-8751.tfc 5-12


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

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. tic 5-5


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. FHA and coniven-
tional financing available.
Call collect 205-794-6711
Dothan. An equal housing op-
portunity builder, tfc 9-23


24'x70' mobile home, set up
on two lots. Small equity or
will trade for single-wide trai-
ler. For more information call
229-6610. 2tp 6-2


PORT ST. JOE
3 BR, 2 baths, liv. rm.,
den, large closets, fully
carpeted, fenced. $32,000.

2 BR house on 2 lots front-
ing St. Joseph Bay in High-
land View. $15,000.

3 BR frame dwelling in
Oak Grove. Insulated. A
good buy at $10,000.

MEXICO BEACH
Quality residence (not a
beach cottage). 3 BR, 1i
baths, plenty of storage, 99'
x 28' wooded lot $35,000.

Lot (adjoins above) 99' x
280' $6,000.

Waterfront lot real buy -
$15,000.

Trailer, in excellent con-
dition with 2 permanent
rooms added, tastefully fur-
nished on well landscaped
lot $19,000.

Six lots wth three room
cottage with screened porch
near Cypress Lodge on
Dead Lakes. Excellent buy
at $7,000.

Two BR house on acre of
land near Bryant's Landing,
to sell furnished for only
$12,500.
FRANK HANNON
Reg. Real Estate Broke
227-3491
After hours call 648-5364
or 229-5641
2tc 5-26


Lots woodland acres.
$1,800.00 at $300.00 down.

Also 1/ acre lot with access
to Wetappo Creek, at $2,-
500.00 with $250.00 down.

100 feet Intracoastal Canal
frontage lot, $7,000.00.

Wewa acre 100 ft. Chipola
River frontage, $8,500.00
terms. 1 block to high school

70' beach frontage lot, $15-
500.00 cash.
UNITED FARM AGENCY
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Beacon Hill
648-4800 or 648-5297

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

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

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

Large three bedroom house.
Located in corner with 11/
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-
ler 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. ft., $35,000. 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

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





1971 Chevy Impala 2 dr.
hdtp. Loaded. $895. 229-6001
days and 229-6133 after 7 p.m.
ltc 6-


1965 Ford station
good running cond. $45
648-5297.

1973 Chevy pick-up
r&h, ac, ps, pb, auto.
camper top, $2,500.00. C
3600 or 234-9426.
1976 Pinto Runabout
lent cond., low mileage
after 5 p.m. 227-3351.





WANTED: Yards t
Call 229-6563.


WANTED: Luzier consul-
tant. Call 227-7201. 2tp 6-2

Wanted: Someone to care
for 3 children evenings for
working mother. Must be de-
pendable. Your'home or mine.
Call 229-6154 before 4 p.m.
tfc 5-26

Wanted: Reliable individual
to work as respiratory techni-
cian. Apply in person, Munici-
pal Hospital, Port St. Joe.
tfc 5-26

Wanted: Need a substitute
to deliver bundles to carriers
-.f Tallahassee Democrat one.
week end out of the month.
Phone 227-7081. 2tp 5-26

I 0H USE


OneBR furnished house in
town. Call 648-5144. tfc 5-19

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


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.





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




LOST: Brown wallet at Raf-
field Fisheries. Reward offer-
ed. Debbie Raffield or call
229-6085. 2tc 5-26


FO R


wagon,
0 cash. Why live in the crowded
Itc 6-2 city? Move your mobile home
to peace, quiet and. tran-
truck, quality. Water, garbage Sollec-
trans., tions, yards mowed, live lei-
,all 648- surely. Gulf privileges; Only
tfc 3-10 VA approved mobile. home
park in Gulf County. Ski
, excel- Breeze Meadows Trailer
ie. Call Park, 9 miles southeast of
Port St. Joe on Hwy S-30.
tfc 5 26 Come out and enjoy the quiet.
E Call 229-6105. tfc 5-6

Office space, available
around September l1t. Con-
to cut. tact H. Higdon Swatti at 229-
2tp 6-2 7222 or 229-6300. tfc 5-19
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NO need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right aw* 'Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
229-1251. tfc 10-23
mobile home sites at
Rustic Sands Campground.
Mexico Beach. $30.00 month.
Laundry and rec hall. 648-3600.
tfc 12-9


For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone
227-2271, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc 5-19


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

One or two bedroom trailers
for rent on Canal St., St: Joe
Beach, 648-5650. tfc 5-12


I SE* aRVICES I


For Prayer Needs.
Call 648-6260
Night or Day.,:
For body, soul or spirit
tfc 2-3
REPAIRS
Aluminum screens and doors,
carpentry, house repair, mill-
work, roof repair and re-roof-

SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
Phone 229-6018
Port St. Joe
tfc 7-22
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

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

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

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. tfc 85 229-2763


Roof Trouble?
Call O'Donnell Roofing Co.

30 yrs. experience, licen-
sed and bonded. Also re-
modeling and repair.
Phone 763-5234
25tc 5-5


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


WRECKER SERVICE
Edward Tullis
24 Hr. Service.
Pull House Trailers
But No Set-Ups
Phone 227-8714.
4tc 5-19


LEIGH ANNE'S
Polyester Outlet
All 100 pct. Double Knit,
$1.98 yd.
New Location
Next'to Boyles Dept.
Store on Reid Ave.
tfc 4-21


FOR TV REPAIRS and
Zenith Sales see K&D TV and
Sound at 301 Reid Avenue. Call
227-2071. tfc-1-27
FILLDIRT
Front End Loader
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SON
229-6018
tfc 3-31

Septic Tanks Pumped Out
Carefoot Septic Tank
229-8227, 229-2351,
and 229-6694.
tfc 7-1


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


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


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


Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 227-7657
tfc 5-9

ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone ,229-6803
S*Machiniston dut&yaday
Every Day'

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

BRYAN'S Automotive
Repair Shop
Truck & Marine
Repairs Also
(Located behind Mexico
Beach Shopping Center
648-5152
tfc 4-28


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



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



Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?




For Cable TV
Installation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232"
Or Visit the Telephone Company
a4,siness Office


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up to six months,
and saves you about $100 yearly
in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1977


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Alabama Royals



Capture Crown In


Lions T
The Alabama Royals cap- to capt
tured the third annual Port St. Buddy
Joe Lions Club softball tourna- finals,
ment championship this past home r
week end. The Royals, from team i
Dothan, Alabama, won five and To
straight games without a loss Budd


Lions Tournament Winners ... Royals of Dothan, A


Third Place Winners. Raffield's of Port St. Joe


Rish Gets Pier Funds for

Town of Mexico Beach
After diligent effort on the approximately $400,000 in
part of Rep. Billy Joe Rish, the disaster relief."
Town of Mexico Beach has "It is very gratifying to be
received a check for recon- able to send this money to
struction of the town pier Mexico Beach," Rish said.
damaged during Hurricane "Disasters such as Hurricane
Eloise. Eloise cause a lot of heartache
Rish and Bob Smith, area and suffering; But through a
coordinator for the Division of lot of hard work we've obtain-
Disaster Preparedness, sent a ed sufficient disaster relief to
check to the town in the carry on the district's recov-
amount of $37,428.50. ery work with minimal disrup-
Smith said the check was tion of services.
only a small portion of the "Hopefully we can build on
money received for disaster this experience so that in the
relief in Rish's district., future we will be able to
"Thanks to Rish's determined recover from a full range of
efforts," Smith said, "the dis- disasters with a minimum of
trict has recovered a total of loss of life and property."





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ourney
ure the honors. Beating ed up the other tourney
's, of Tallahassee, in the honors, with Buddy's winning
they accumulated 32 the, first runner-up position
runs in five games, with and Raffield's the second run-
members Ellingsworth ner-up.
odd hitting eight each. Buddy's was forced into the
ly's and Raffield's pick- losers bracket early as they
were defeated in their first
game by Down the Hatch of
Panama City. The game saw
"25 home runs hit, with Down
the'Hatch coming out on top of
a 38-25 score.
Fighting their way back into
the second place post, Buddy's
played seven games and hit 44.
home runs with Miller.hitting
nine, Mobley hitting seven,
and Cobb, Newlin and Chain-
bers hitting four each.
Local hopefuls, Raffield's
Fisheries, gave a good show-
ing as they copped the second
runner-up honors.. They:. won
their first three ball games
and were undefeated, along
with the Royals, coming into
the Sunday play-offs with the
Royals and Buddy's. They lost
.their next two games, one
each to Buddy's and Royals, to
be eliminated from the com-
petition. Raffield's hit 12 home
runs in five games in their
effort, with Wooten and Belin
hitting four each.
According to Tournament
Director, Fred Witten, this
tourney saw a couple of re-
cords set. There were 168
Ia. home runs hit in the tourna-
ment, with Buddy's of Talla-
hassee hitting 44 for' the
largest team effort.
Luther Ates of Buddy's was
chosen as the most valuable
player of the tournament. The
running was very close be-
tween Ates and Miller, also of
Buddy's; but Ates' all-round
ability gave him the honor. He
made several outstanding de-
fensive plays in left field, and
batted .742 for the tourney.
Dan Walsingham won the
home run derby, hitting four
home runs out of 10 attempts,
to take home a 12" portable
TV. Buddy Smith of Buddy's
was second, after winning a
bat-off with Buddy Alley of
Round Trampoline and Fred
Miller of Buddy's, after all
three tied with three home
runs in the competition.
Buddy won a dinner for two at
Butler's.
The tournament proved to
be a great success, with all
proceeds from the event going
to aid the Lions Club .sight
conservation projects.


1,000 At Baccalaureate


Services Sunday Night


A crowd of approximately
1,000 people poured into the
High School Coliseum Sunday
night to hear Rev. William
Wilson, pastor of the Pente-
costal Holiness Church tell the
graduates that their life would
be. better, "Built On the
Rock".
The same congregation
heard Rev. Charles Price give
the opening prayer, Rev. J. C.
Odum read from 1 Timothy
6:1-14, Stanley Young sing, "0
Rest .In the Lord" and Rev.
Sidney Ellis give the Benedic-


tion.
The 117 seniors filed into the
Coliseum to the strains of
"Marche Regalis" played by
the high school band and left
to the notes of "Coronation
March".
Rev. Wilson told of the
parable in the Bible concern-
ing the dangers of building on
a foundation of sand and said
the criteria for building a life
were the same. "You must
build on the rock to have a life
as well as a house, prevail in
the storm." The speaker went


on to say that "unless we cling
to the rock, we can have no
hope. 'The Rock' is the word of
God". The minister told a
particularly pointed story in
which the punch line was,
"When a man is right, the
world will be right", 'illustrat-
ing his point for the need of
building the individual life on
"The Rock".

Tourney Coming

Up In Wewa
The Wewa 'Band Boosters
will sponsor a Class B men
and women's softball tourna-
ment June 10, 11 and 12 at the
Wewahitchka softball com-
plex:
The entry fee for men's
teams has been set at $40.00
plus two Dudley balls. Entry
fees for the ladies teams will
be $30.00.
Entry deadline has been set
for June 4. Teams wishing to
enter the tournament should
mail their entry fees to De-
wayne Manuel, P. 0. Box 711,
Wewahitchka. or phone- 639-
5555 or 639-5390.


trophies presented to them for being selected
as members of the All-Conference team in the
Gulf Coast Conference. Thomas and Rogers;


Robert James Thomas, left, and Raymond were valuable members of the Sharks cagei
Rogers, right, are shown above with their squad this past season. -Star photo:


Area Girl Scouts Spend Week.


End at "Camp for All Seasons


Girl Scouts of Wetappo
Neighborhood recently visited
Camp for All Seasons on Lake
Talquin near Tallahassee for a
weekend of exciting camping.
On arriving at camp, the eight
troops were busily cleaning
and setting up camp in their
assigned areas. Brownie
Troops 118 and 150 and Wewa
troop enjoyed the cabin units
and the Lodge, Junior Troops
248 and 245 pitched two-man
pup tents, and. Junior Troops
76 and 121 and Cadettes were
houses in the platform tents.
After bag lunch suppers, the
girls gathered in the lodge for
an evening of skits and enter-
tainment.
Saturday began with an
early morning flag ceremony
led by a color guard from
members of Junior Troops 245
and 248. Troops then scattered
for breakfast, cooking, hikes,
nature identification, games
and just visiting and making
new friends.
A special treat and new
experience was the addition of
camp crafts, led by Mrs. Bar-
bara Champion and Mrs.
Reva Lanes. Featured were
wise owl plaques, decoupage
plaques and antique jars.
After viewing the examples,
the girls were eagerly creat-
ing their own works of art.
Another new item was the
attendance of Jim Gregg. He
became a weekend "galloping
gourmet" as he visited the
troop sites and sampled the
various menus.
Sunday morning was filled
with camp clean-up and pack-
up. Duffel bags overflowed,
sleeping bags were rolled and
tied, floors mopped, and


In his 78-year career, Pablo
Picasso produced art worth
an estimated $750 million!


campsites policed for, lost
items and debris. Then, reluc-
tantly, troop by troop, the girls
left for home and stillness
again claimed the camp. One


hundred and forty girls left
with shared experiences anmi
memories of an eventful and
enjoyable weekend of Girl
Scout camping.


First United
Methodist Church
Constitution and Monument
Port St. Joe, Fla.
JOHNIE W. McCURDY, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ...................... 9:45 A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE ...... 11 A.M. &7:00 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP... 5:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.







-1 REAOQtART.ERS


It's Tennis

and Softball -

Time!


You can find what
you need to play i
from our large line
S line by:
Wilson, Penn,

Spaulding
and many other
Top line brand names.

Phone 229-6805



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Boat registrations for the
1977-78 period go on sale June
1, Harmon Shields, executive
director of the Department of
Natural Resources, announc-'
ed this week. He said all boats
requiring registration must
be leregistered by July 1.
Shields said pleasure boat
owners should register their
boats at their local tax collec-
tor's office, bringing their
prior registration certificate
and evidence that a title has
been issued for the boat.
"Most of the larger counties
in the state send out renewal
forms for boat owners, but the
boat owner can save time and
effort by simply renewing
registration by mail',, Shields
said.
He advised commercial
boat owners to re-register
their boats with the Depart-
ment of Natural Resources,
noting that they will be receiv-


ing their renewal applications
by. mail.
Any new commercial boat
owner may obtain applica-
tions from any of the District
offices of the Florida Marine
Patrol or any Marine Patrol
officer, according to Shields.
The District office for this
area is in Panama City. The
mailing address is P. 0. Box'
4395.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1977


Receives Leadership Scholarship

Miss Cathy Bowen, a senior Recipients are selected for seminars conducted by state Burbank, Okla. She is also the
at Shilder High School, Bur- outstanding leadership, scho- leaders and University of neice of Edwina Bowen of Port
bank, Oklahoma, has been plastic achievement, and par- Oklahoma professors. St. Joe. Edwina is the 84-year-
selected to receive the Presi- ticipation throughout high She is the daughter of Mr. old bowling sponsor of the
dent's Leadership Scholarship school. The scholarship, and Mrs. James H. Bowen of Playgirls and Cowgirls teams.


by the University of Okla-
homa. The scholarship is an
aaward given annually to
approximately 60 students
from across the nation.


pays full tuition for the fall
and spring semesters 1977-78.
In addition, the award pro-
vides exclusive leadership


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PAGE TEN


mander, Naval Striking and ing in tactical air operations,
support Forces, Southern electronic warfare tactics,
Europe. antisurface operations and re-
The exercise provided train- connaissance, and included a


major amphibious landing on
Sardinia.
Ward joined the Navy in
April, 1958.


SMOKING OYSTERS -
INCREDIBLY DELICIOUS
Oysters are plump, tasty and available. And now is the
time to serve them on the half shell either raw, roasted, or,
in this great new way from the Florida Department of
Natural Resources. Smoke cooking is so easy; all you need is
a hooded grill and some hickory or other hardwood chips. An
oven thermometer is handy to have if your grill; is not
equipped.with one. Dad may take over the smoking once he
sees how easy it is and the compliments it brings. Soak about
one-third pound hardwood chips overnight. The wet chips
produce the aromatic smoke when placed over heated
ceramic tiles or glowing charcoal (using less charcoal than
with an average broiling fire). Keep the temperature low, the
chips from catching on fire and the smoke in the oven. Follow
the recipe for Smoky Oysters Supreme and you'll have an
irresistable entree or a tantalizing hors d'oeuvre.
SMOKY OYSTERS SUPREME
36 shell oysters
l'2 cup melted margarine or cooking oil
/4 cup chopped onion
',4 cup chopped pimiento
2 tablespoons Chopped parsley
. teaspoon salt
'6 teaspoon liquid hot epiper sauce
;, teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
'- teaspoon dry mustard
Shuck and drain oysters. Place oysters on deep half of
shells. Saute onion in melted margarine or cooking oil until
tender but not brown. Add remaining ingredients. Spoon
sauce over oysters. Place oysters on grill in smoke oven, 300
degrees F., and cook slowly for 20 to 25 minutes or until edges
of oysters begin to curl. Makes 6 servings.
For more seafood recipes, write: Seafood, DNR, Crown
Building. Tallahassee, Florida 32304.


Energy Saving Ideas
New Kind Of Home Saves On Utility Bills


An energy-saving home is
being developed that is ex-
pected to save the average
homeowner about $175 a
year in utility costs. It
makes use of solar heat and
improved building and plan-
ning techniques.
One of Florida's largest
community development
and building companies will
complete and test a proto-
type model of the new
home this summer.
The new energy-saving
system will probably cost
the home buyer less than
'$1,000. General Develop-.
ment Corp. has taken the
existing solar water heating
concept and added new de-
sign, planning and materials
that will help conserve
energy.
Attic Space Used
While the system basically
uses a rooftop solar water
heating receptor for supply-
ing hot water for household
needs, other construction re-
finements have been added.
S Fgr example, the water
heating and storage tank,
which is fed by the rooftop
receptor, has been located
in the attic space in order
S to prevent heat generated
S. by the appliance from enter-
ing the living area.
The new system will be
offered as an optional fea-
ture with General Develop-
, ment's affordable and popu-
lar "ANSWER" home, which


was introduced about six
months ago. The 1,520-
square-foot residence has
been the, company's best-
selling shelter product. The
three-bedroom, two-bath
home is priced at $29,990,
excluding homesite.
The prototype "Energy
Answer Home" will be ini-
tially constructed at Port
St. Lucie, a community of
about 11,000 residents on
Florida's Atlantic Coast 45
miles north of Palm Beach.
The company is building
planned communities at Port
Charlotte on the Gulf Coast,
Port Malabar on the Atlantic
Coast and Port LaBelle near
Lake Okeechobee.
Insulation Added
In addition to energy-
saving in water heating costs,
the home will be con-
structed with heavy-duty
insulation in exterior walls
and ceiling. This will permit
. the use of smaller air condi-
tioning units which require
less electrical power.
Heat-producing areas of
the home, such as bathroom
interior and exterior walls,
are better insulated.
Other new construction
techniques will include more
attic ventilation by use of
roof-peak and soffit ducts.
Exhaust fans will be used
more extensively in high
heat areas such as bath-
rooms and kitchens.


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Open 8 AM to 7 PM, Mon. thru Sat.


HERE'S AN ANSWER-A new home being constructed is
designed to save energy and money. It puts the solar water
heater in the attic, adds more insulation to exterior walls
and ceiling, provides for more attic ventilation to assist air
conditioning. It's expected to cut utility costs $175 a year.


Participates

In NATO

Exercise
Navy Machinist's Mate
First Class Roland L. Ward,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William
H. Ward of P. 0. Box 639,
Wewahitchka, recently parti-
cipated in the major NATO
exercise "Dawn Patrol '77,"
in the Mediterranean Sea.
.He is serving as a crew-
member aboard the replenish-
ment oiler USS Kalamazoo,
homeported in Mayport; Fla.
The two-week exercise was
designed to test the ability of
NATO forces to provide rapid
reinforcement of southern
Europe.
Twenty-four ships from the
U. S. Sixth Fleet joined with
naval units from Italy, Tur-
key and the United Kingdom
to form the naval component
of "Dawn Patrol '77." Air and
land forces were composed of
units from the U.S., the
Netherlands, Belgium, Italy,
West Germany and the United
Kingdom.
"Dawn Patrol '77" was
directed by Italian Admiral
Luigi Tomasuolo, comman-
der-in-chief, Allied Forces,
Southern Europe. The Sixth
Fleet units were under the
operational command of Vice
Admiral Harry D. Train, II, in
his NATO capacity as Com-


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HtW0ather Is Chinch Bug Time


;By Dr. Robert J. Black. chinch bugs in St. Augustine
- Ext. Urban Horticulturist grass is ever present. Plan
University of Florida now to control these pests.
With the arrival of hot before large, dead areas ap-
iither, the possibility of pear in your lawn.


Not all brown grass is a
result of chinch bugs. Deter-
mine if your St. Augustine
grass is infested with chinch
bugs before applying control


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chemicals.
There are two ways to find
chinch bugs. When they are
present in sufficient numbers
to cause yellowing and brown-
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Promoted


by Basic

Basic Incorporated's board
of directors has elected An-'
thony M. Caito to the position
of Executive Vice President -
Refractories and Chemicals;
In his new position, Mr. Caito
will be responsible for the
company's Refractories and.
Chemicals divisions on a cor-
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Mr. Caito, a member of the
company's board of directors,
has served as President of
Basic's Refractories Division
since 1966. Prior to that, he
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He is currently serving as vice
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Basic Incorporated pro-
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gin of the injured areas and
closely examine the thatch
and base of the grass. The
bugs may be seen crawling
over the grass and in heavy
infestations can be seen crawl-
ing over sidewalks. The im-


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1977


mature chinch bugs are about
the size of a' pinhead and ,are
bright red with a white bsnd
across the back. Adult bugs
are one-fifth of an inch long,
dark brown to black in color
and have white wings.- If you
find a bug and are not sure
that it is a chinch bug, mash it
between your thumb and fore-


finger and smell it. If it has the
typical stink bug odor, it is
most probably a chinch bug.
If you can't see chinch bugs
by examining the grass, try
the coffee can technique. To
do this, cut both ends out of a
coffee or similar size can and
sink the can two to three
inches into the soil at the edge
of the yellowish area of the
grass. Then fill the can full of
water. If chinch bugs are pre-
sent, they will float to the top
of the standing water in a frew
minutes.
When testing for chinch
bugs, don't be satisfied by just
testing in one place. Try the
test in several locations, pro-
vided you don't find them on
your first attempt. A mistake
most often made by gardeners
in testing for chinch bugs is
that they test in areas where
the grass is already brown or
dead. Chinch bugs have al-
ready feasted on such grass
and have headed for greener
pastures. Therefore make
your test in green grass adja-
cent to the brown areas. The
can should be sunk in green
grass approximately 10-12
inches from the dead or brown
St. Augustine grass.
Two tips which make testing
easier are: 1) water the lawn
a day before trying to sink the
can, it's much easier to get
it into damp soil and 2) place
a board across the top of the
can and drive the can into the
sod by hitting the board.


PAGE ELEVEN


Hitting the edge of the can
with a hammer only bends the
rim, particularly on hard, dry
soil.
If you find two or more
chinch bugs floating to the top
of your test cans, your lawn
has a heavy infestation of
chinch bugs and treatment to
control them should be applied
immediately. Effective in-
secticides include Aspon, Bay-
gon, Diazinon, Dursan,
Ethion, Trithion and VC-13.
Treat when chinch bugs first
appear in the lawn and spray
every six to eight weeks until
cool weather arrives in fall.


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week voted the regular quar-
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stock of $.09, payable June 30,
1977 to shareholders of record
June 10, 1977.
The announcement was
made following the Florida
National's quarterly direc-
tors' meeting by John H.
Manry, Jr., President and
Chief Executive Officer for
the 1.6 billion dollar bank
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA; IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
HERMAN EUGENE DANFORD,
Respondent,
And
GLENDA DALE DANFORD,
Petitioner.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Herman Eugene Danford
P. O. Box 2884
Morgan City, Louisiana 70380
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your Answer
or other response to the Petition on
Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, Esq.,
P. O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before
the 17th day of June, 1977. If you fail to do
so, a Final Judgment for the relief
sought may be granted by Default.
DATED this the 16th day of May, 1977.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court
4t 5-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF-FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
ADRIAN F. GANT, SR.,
Plaintiff
Vs.
LUCY JONES, if living,and if deceased,
any known party who pay claim as heir
or devise, grantee, assignee, Ilenor,
creditor, trustee, or other claimant, by,
through under or against her; any un-
known party who may claim as heir,
devise, grantee, assignee, lienor, credi-
tor, trustee, or other claimant, by,
through, under or against her and all
parties having or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in the following
described property, situate, lying and.
being in Gulf County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot 15 In Block 1003, City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, AND
MOSETTA EDWARDS, AND
LUCILE OWENS, if living, and if
deceased, any known party who may
claim as heir or devisee, grantee, as-
signee, lienor, creditor, trustee, or other
claimant, by, through under or against
her; any unknown party who may claim
as heir, devisee, grantee, assignee,
llenor, creditor, trustee, or other claim-
ant, by, through, under or against her
and all parties having or claiming to
have any right, title or interest in the
following described property, situate,
lying and being in Gulf County, Florida,
to wit: Lot 15 in Block 1003, City of Port
St. Joe, Florida,
Defendants.
NOTICE FACTION
TO: LUCY JONES, if living, and if de-
ceased, any known party who may
claim as heir or devisee, grantee,
assignee, lienor, creditor, trustee,
or other claimant,' by, through,
under or against her; any unknown
party who may claim as heir, de-
visee, grantee, assignee, llenor,
creditor, trustee, or other claimant,
by, through, under or against her
and all parties having or claiming
to have any right, title or interest
in the following descrlbeb property,
situate, lying and being in Gulf
County, Florida, to wit: Lot 15 In
Block 1003, City of Port St. Joe,
Florida.
AND
LUCILE OWENS, If living, and if
deceased, any known party who
may claim as heir or devisee,
grantee, assignee, lenor, creditor,
trustee, or other claimant, by,
through, under or against her; any
unknown party who may claim as
heir, devisee, grantee, assignee,
lienor, creditor, trustee, or other
claimant, by, through, under or
against her and all parties having
or claiming to have any right, title
or interest In the following des.
cribed property, situate, lying and
being in Gulf County, Florida, to
wit: Lot 15 in Block 1003, City of
Port St. Joe, Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mechanic's Lien on the
following property In Gulf County,
Florida:
Lot Fifteen (15) in Block one thou-
sand and three (1003), according t-.
the official map of the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, as same appears of
record in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Gulf County, Florida,
have been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, If any, to It on
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.
P.O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 3245
Plaintiff's Attorney on or before the 17th
day of June, 1977, and file the original
with the Clerkof this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's Attorney or Im.
mediately thereafter; otherwise, a De-
fault will be'entered against you for the
relief demanded In the Complaint.


WITNESS my hand and seal of this'
Court on this the 16th day of May, 1977.
-s- GEORGE-Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuirt Court
4t5-19 ;:

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pur-
suant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes,
the undersigned persons intend to regis-
ter with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after -
the first publication of this notice, the
fictitious name or trade name under
which they will be engaged in business
and in which said business Is to be
carried on, to-wit:
Silver Smith Productions, P.O. Box 331, -
Wewahitchka, Florida. Owners, Ken-
neth Smith, Joel Smith and Gary
Borders.
4J5-19

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR.':
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORID, i;l(-AD FOR iUL
COUNTY '
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE,
SALES TAX BUREAU,
Plaintiff
vs.
DENNIS WHITFIELD, d-b-a
-WHITFIELD'S BAIT AND TACKLE
STATE ROAD 71, P.O. Box 733
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I,
Ken Murphy, Sheriff, of Gulf County,
Florida, under and by virtue of a Writ of
Execution heretofore issued out of the
above-entitled Court, In the above
entitled cause, having levied upon the
following property, lying and being In
Gulf County, Florida, to.wit:
20 Cans of Vienna Sausage
20 Cans of Potted Meat
5 Cans of WD-40
2 Boat Anchors
1 Boat Paddle
12 Fishing Poles
2 Boat Seats 1 Red, 1 Blue
1 Drink Box
8 Green Gollywomper Lures
1 Black Gollywomper Lure
11 Red Grub Lures
10 White Grub Lures
1 Yellow Grub Lure
7 Black Jelly Worm Lures
10 Red Jelly Worm Lures
23 Clarkspoon Lures
5 Bush Hog Lures
5 Fire Fly Lures
10 Thing Popper Lures
13 Cord Leaders
24 Wire Leaders (Large)
22 Wire Leaders (Small)
33 Packs of Snap Swivels
29 Box Split Shot Lead Sinkers
1 Tray Ball Type Lead Sinker
3 Boxes Eye Type Lead Sinkers
4 Boxes Fish Hooks
52 Cards Fish Hooks
35 Styrofoam Floats
1 Tray of Cork Floats
23 Plastic Ball Floats
and that upon the 6th day of June, A.D.,
1977, during the legal hour of sale,
namely, 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon, on
said day, at the front door of the Court-
house in Port St. Joe, Gulf County,
Florida, I will offer for sale and sell to
the highest bidder for cash, in hand, the
above described property, as the proper-
ty of Dennis Whitfleld, d-b-a Whiltleld'
Bait and Tackle, to satisfy said Execu-
tion. Said property to be sold at sale as
subject to any and all existing liens.
-s- Ken Murphy, Sheriff
Gulf County, Florida 4 5-12

COUNTY COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 77-17
LORETTA B. MARTIN (BUSBY)
Rt. 3C
Port St: Joe, Florida,
Plaintiff
vs.
JIM IJAMES) GREGG
711 Long Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
Defendant
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I,
Ken Murphy, Sheriff of Gulf County,
Florida, under and by virtue of a Writ of
Execution heretofore Issued out of the
above.entitled Court, In the above
entitled cause, having levied upon the
following property, In Gulf County,
Florida, to-wit:
1960 Chevrolet, 4-door, 10 No.
164395D105302, Title No. 7556153
Tag No. 66.2431,
and that upon the 6th day of June, A.D.,
1977, during the legal hour of sale,
namely, 2:30o'clock In the afternoon, on
said day, at the front door of the
Courthouse In Part St. Joe, Gulf County,
Florida, I will offer for sale and sell to
the highest bidder for cash, In hand, the
above-described property, as the pro.
perty of Jim (James) Gregg, t6 satisfy
said Execution. Said property toe sold .
at sale as subject to any and all existing ,
liens.
-s- Ken Murphy, Sheriff
Gulf County, Florida 4t 5-12


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